Trantio Dragon Hawks Once, a man named Vittore Facchini had a dream. A dream to be great, to be known and loved across Tilea, across the whole Old World. After inheriting a large sum of money, he had the means to start working on this dream. While the Tilean people weren't the most suited for Blood Bowl, Facchini had connections. He searched for the best players around, Old World and New, regardless of race or allegiance. He wanted his fame, and was willing to pay anything to get it.
Spring, 2601, Old World Regional The Dragon Hawks placed second in the regional of 2601, winning against most, but falling short against their Estalian rivals, the Montetriste Noblemen.
Zunrec pulled ahead this season, earning the Triple X achievement against the Carcassonne Knights. Sadly, Bel-Verar's career came to an abrupt end, as his fractured skull caused by the Montetriste Noblemen resulted in his forced retirement from the team, leaving his sister alone. Thankfully this did not affect her performance, and Aethedi still performed as was expected of her. Most Valuable Player: Zunrec Greatbone
Summer, 2601, Pearl Chalice After unfortunate losses to the Nejaz Djinn and Lords of the Silent Death, the Dragon Hawks only managed to place third, much to the dismay of Facchini.
Zunrec Greatbone, star Blitzer of Spring, started the season well, but unfortunately came to an end at the hands of the Grand Celestial Delegate. Both Elves showed their hatred for the followers of Slaanesh, outperforming their expectations for a spectacular win Most Valuable Player: Ghezioc
Autumn, 2601, Gold Division After a few disappointing games, such as those against the Grand Celestial Delegate and Montetriste Noblemen, the Dragon Hawks placed fourth, right behind their rivals. They did cause an upset in the final round however, preventing the forces of Khorne from claiming ultimate victory.
Play was varied from the players, with losses that many thought ought to be wins, and questionable play from the star players. Ghezioc in particular was underperforming for a number of games, and the former gladiator Oedia did little up to her death at the hands of the Ninja Warriors. Manslicer the Vile made himself an enemy of the Blood God, single-handedly tearing apart the Crimson Skull, and while the game was a loss, Siegfried Lindner played wonderfully against the Montetriste Noblemen. Most Valuable Player: Aethedi
Spring, 2602, Old World Regional With the disappearance of the Kislevites, but the new Border Princes joining, the Spring of 2602 was an exciting time for the Old World, with a four way tie on points. Alas, once again the Dragon Hawks came second, behind the Montetriste Noblemen.
The Dragon Hawks had to spend time recovering from the loss of their team captain, Aethedi, in the Winter, playing with a new Elf Catcher and under the new captainship of Ladislao Celano. It is suspected that this is part of what led to their loss against the Stone Prince's Men, and only placing second in the tournament. Most Valuable Player: Nisadei
Summer, 2602, Conjoined Blue Eagle Cup The Dragon Hawks, joined with their Half-Elven allies the Reik River Kicking Mules, dominated both halves of the Conjoined Blue Eagle Cup, the Dragon Hawks even coming undefeated.
Finally recovered from previous losses, Ladislao led the team to glorious victory, aided by the talent of Nisadei. Odorico de Leo, Fabio Sciullo and of course Manslicer the Vile were also instrumental to victory. The loss of Bindwi Proudgut was a painful one, but the team pulled to glorious victory with their new Half-Elven teammate, Cressida Rosenblatt. Most Valuable Player: Nisadei
Autumn, 2602, Gold Division The Autumn of 2602 was a disappointing one for the Dragon Hawks. Starting with a bloody game in which the Crimson Skull claimed vengeance against Manslicer for last Autumn, claiming the Snow Troll's head, the match was followed up with the Necrarch Bloodline of the Tower of the Necromancer killing and raising the team's captain, Ladislao. A short string of success occurred for the middle of the season, but the final two games were similarly one sided, as regional rivals Montetriste Noblemen and the Ninja Warriors handily beat them.
The loss of Manslicer was a harsh loss for the team, and Ladislao's departure also shook them. An Ogre mercenary, Rorec Stoutbelly, who underperformed for his tenure, was hired to replace the Snow Troll, but suffered a career-ending injury against the Nippon Warriors. Siegfried, a long time player, also suffered similar damage, and had to retire. Most Valuable Player: Nisadei
High Elf star, Ghezioc has played with the team since early 2601, and while never spectacular, has always been a core member of the team. His pride and arrogance know no bounds, nor does his hatred for the forces of Chaos.
Star Player Ghezioc’s time with the team was rewarded when in the Summer of 2602, he was declared a Star Player by CabalVision.
The flame-haired wonder, Nisadei is one of the most valuable players on the team. After her hiring in the early Spring of 2602 she has performed exceedingly, surpassing not only expectations, but also the player who previously bore her number. A team player and an expert ball handler, Nisadei is paramount to the team's success.
Blue Eagle Ascending Nisadei’s performance in the Summer of 2602 earned her this award for her outstanding play, and her development. She was the best scorer, interceptor and scoring thrower in the Conjoined Blue Eagles tournament, and was given this award for her multitude of achievements.
Star Player In the Autumn of 2602, Nisadei had performed well enough for the league to declare her a Star Player, an award well-deserved for her spectacular play.
The young Half-Elf Cressida was hired over the course of the Conjoined Blue Eagle tournament in the Summer of 2602, when the Reik River Kicking Mules recommended the girl to Facchini. Performing valiantly alongside Nisadei, the pair work together wonderfully.
The team's captain, and longest lasting player on the team, Odorico's talent comes from his boot. The player with the most injuries beneath him, and the Scourge of Tor Anroc,
Odorico's fouling abilities are renowned.
Blue Eagle Ascending Odorico’s boot was spotted by the Conjoined Blue Eagle award team over the course of the tournament. He was declared the best fouler in the tournament.
Old World Values Oedia was granted this award for her diverse and spectacular play in the Spring season of Year 1. She proved she was capable of performing both the important roles of scoring, and injuring the opponents.
Lady of Balance (Pearl) Aethedi was granted this award for her diverse and spectacular play in the Pearl Chalice, in the Summer of 2601. She proved her worth, scoring many a touchdown over the season and fighting against the forces of Chaos, injuring them at every chance she had.
Triple X Manslicer’s rampage against the followers of Khorne was recognised by the administrators, and was granted Zunrec’s old award. The beast’s proficiency at smashing ankles, in addition to the other assorted injuries caused by the Troll make him a worthy monster of having this award.
Star Player Manslicer’s continued bloodshed since his debut has led to him being declared a Star Player in the Summer of 2602.