Here's your place to describe in great detail how you're going to dismantle your opponents. Here are the season's predictions: First place: Happy Christmas, jounisii (Underworld) Noteworthy player: Sweater Knitted by Grandma (AG 4 Underworld Goblin) The first of two Underworld teams in the division, Happy Christmas is headed by veteran coach jounisii. Both Blitzers are already well on their way to being killers, and a Goblin with AG 4 will make scoring relatively easy. With few teams built to punish stunties in this division, the Underworld teams should both do well. Second place: Criminal Underworld, jrpeart (Underworld) Noteworthy player: Knerutch (AG 4, MA 8 Skaven Thrower) The Criminal Underworld should also be strong contenders in this division. Thrower Knerutch could very well be the scoring champion for the division, if he's not throwing scoring passes to other players. Again, with the relative lack of block and tackle in the division, Underworld teams should have an opportunity to shine. Third place: Lady death rises, Netsmurf (Dark Elf) Noteworthy player: The Prophet (Runner) Netsmurf's emo band should do pretty well. The Prophet is the best developed player on the team, but all four Blitzers already have dodge, so they will be incredibly difficult to bring down. Initially, they may be somewhat limited with only a single Witch Elf and no Assassins in early matches. At the same time, their relatively low TV should give them some inducements in early games to make up for a lack of development and players. Fourth place: Categories, .marXman./Tjorne (Chaos) Noteworthy player: Subsistence (MV 7, AG 4 Beastman) Chaos teams generally struggle at lower TV, since they start with minimal basic skills. This team is just starting to turn the corner, and it may very well be a powerhouse by the time the playoffs roll around. Subsistence has the potential to be a scoring machine as well as a great safety on defense. Fifth place: Gobbos Union, Drakandm24 (Orc) Noteworthy player: Mugsnatch (Troll) This Goblin-heavy Orc team could have trouble in this division. Most of the players who aren't Goblins have Block, but the lack of Tackle could make things difficult in this Dodge-heavy division. With that many Goblins, there should be many opportunities for 1-turn touchdown shenanigans. Sixth place: Green Luke's Pig Heads, Majimbauro (Halfling) Noteworthy player: Green Luke (MV3 Treeman) Without doubt, the Pig Heads were the Cinderella team of Crunch Cup 15. They made the playoffs as a wild card, and even managed to win their first round match before losing in the semifinals. They should be picking up significant inducements in each match, but even that may not be enough to get them in the playoffs. Good luck everybody! Now go out and prove these predictions wrong.