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-Monte Castello Wreckers-
P [L] Monte Castello Wreckers

Wreckers Blood Bowl


With the creation of the DLE, chairman and merchant prince Quintiliano Guida decided that Monte Castello would be the perfect place for a Blood Bowl franchise. Being situated in the bay of wrecks it seemed only fitting that the team would be called the Wreckers

A large port town with plenty of trade custom, there were no shortage of people both wanting to both spectate and participate in one of the biggest up and coming leagues in the old world. This led to the Wrecker's having an eclectic mix of rookie players hailing from all corners of the world. Due to this mix of people the Wrecker's have a habit of picking up players with astonishing potential.

Season one turned out to be a disappointing one for the Wrecker's. Coming in with arguably one of the strongest teams in the league the Wrecker's had a slow start before a blistering second half of the season saw them on the cusp of a playoff spot. Unfortunately in their last game of the season they lost in a one sided contest where the Wrecker's suffered 9 casualties. This meant the Wrecker's missed out on a play off spot and were also heading in to season 2 with 3 players missing the opening game.

Season two started off disastrously with the Wrecker's only picking up 1 win in their first 4 games then on game 5 coach Hoodless called the game off midway through and stormed off then giving a scathing post match interview that threatened serious repercussions. Coach Hoodless quickly apologised for the incident but action had to be taken. The Wrecker's were stripped of a season 2 pick and Aaron Donald announced he was no longer playing under coach Hoodless. This seemed to be the catalyst that the team needed as they went 6/1/2 for the rest of the season but were pipped to the divisional title by rivals the Brionne Buccaneers after the Wrecker's lost their last game of the season. The Wrecker's did make it to the playoffs through a wildcard but were paired up against the Buccaneers again who continued their run of beating the Wrecker's and that ended season 2.

Noted players

Clowney came to the Wrecker's upon a wave of excitement. Quite how the Wrecker's had landed such a prestigious player so late in the first round of the draft was beyond even the comprehension of nuffle. A strong well built man who prides himself at being agile despite his size and a good team player being able to lend a hand wherever he is.
Since being drafted Clowney has been an integral part of the team and even stuck with the team after the 'Ragegate' scandal when fellow star Aaron Donald left.
Interest has been high in Clowney ever since he was drafted to the Wrecker's but every enquiry thus far has been rebuffed with the chairman stating it would take an extraordinary offer to see Clowney leave the Wrecker's.


The Wrecker's have a distinctive playstyle. They want to get up close and personal! A combination of strength, teamwork and aggression mean that the Wrecker's regularly look to dominate their opponents. That's not to say they are a 1 trick pony with the Wrecker's capable of playing a running and passing game and are also able to pull out special plays to trick the opposition.

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-Wrecker's #7 Jadeveon Clowney

All Time Records

Most TD's: Matty Camo 13
Most CAS: Maurice Van Hoosengold 17
Most MVP: Moses Fairbanks Jr 6
Most Comp: Dunkel Hoffnung 30
Most Int: James Hanna/Jonathan Bostic 1
Most Games: Barker Legeux 60
Most Rush Yards: Dunkel Hoffnung 461
Most Pass Yards: Dunkel Hoffnung 95

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Progression: Standard
1 Ken StablerThrower17348Sure Hands, Accurate, Nerves Of Steel, Pass 712000012110k (110+0k) 
2 Darren SharperBlitzer37338Block 30101050k (0+0k) 
3 Manti Te'oBlitzer17338Block, Tackle, Guard, Mighty Blow 700020460k (60+0k) 
4 Jonathan BosticBlitzer27338Block, Tackle, Guard, Mighty Blow 700130860k (60+0k) 
5 Maurice Van HoosengoldBlitzer47338Block, Tackle, Guard, Mighty Blow, Piling On, Stand Firm 4600016662100k (100+0k) 
6 Colin ColeOgre15529Guard, Mighty Blow, Thick Skull, Bone-head, Loner, Throw Team-Mate 20000732970k (70+0k) 
7 Jadeveon ClowneyLineman16438Block, Break Tackle, Guard 470109126130k (130+0k) 
8 Justin BrownCatcher18247Catch, Dodge 7020011140k (40+0k) 
9 Joe LooneyLineman45338Block, Guard, Thick Skull-ma4010030780k (80+0k) 
10 Phillip BlakeLineman36338Block, Guard 1400010250k (50+0k) 
11 Billy LyonLineman26338Block 6000021020k (20+0k) 
12 Tim BrownCatcher38256Block, Catch, Dodge, Leap-av23121301263150k (150+0k) 
13 Zac DysertThrower26338Sure Hands, Dodge, Strong Arm, Pass 700000060k (60+0k) 
15 Barker LegeuxCatcher28237Block, Tackle, Catch, Diving Tackle, Dodge, Side Step 50270044380k (80+0k) 
16 Damontre MooreLineman76338Tackle, Wrestle, Leap 24020201070k (70+0k) 
15 players  
Coach:Oly1987 Re-Rolls (100k):3  
Race:Monte Castello Wreckers Fan Factor:8  
Team Value:1340k Assistant Coaches:0  
Treasury:10210000 Cheerleaders:0  
Tournament Weight:1340k Apothecary:Yes  

Games Played:50 (27/9/14) |TD Diff:14 (73 - 59) |Cas Diff:-17 (68/22/11 - 63/44/11)
Last Opponent: -Barboza Bruisers-