Division 4, this thread is your place to intimidate the opposition and otherwise brag about your team. Let's get started with your predictions! First place: Crowned Deads, Mamutas Plaukotas (Necromantic) Noteworthy player: Vorgen Woolsey (Necromantic Werewolf) Coach Mamutas sports an impressive 57% winning percentage. Given the lack of speed and development in this division, the Crowned Deads should have an excellent chance to win the division. This team has only one Werewolf right now, but buying a second one is probably the top priority for Coach Mamutas. Second Place: Crimson Slavers, Lord Crimson (Chaos Dwarf) Noteworthy player: Karnhage Lazyblitz (Bull Centaur) As the most developed team in the division, the Crimson Slavers should have a decided advantage for at least the first couple of games, until the competition has a chance to catch up a little. Two Blockers with Guard should help significantly with bashing. However, Lord Crimson may have difficulty with the faster teams in the division. Third Place: The Glade Dashers, Xamnen (Wood Elf) Noteworthy players: Holly and Maple (Wardancers) Given the composition of this division, speedy teams should have a real advantage in the division. The Glade Dashers have just 9 rostered players, so they'll be running with some journeymen for a while. But this team has two War Dancers, and they each have Strip Ball. There isn't much Sure Hands in this division, so there will be plenty of opportunity for shenanigans. Fourth Place: Telesien's Trainees, Telesien (Chaos) Noteworthy player: Rikkit the Polite (Chaos Warrior) With a moderate amount of development, this Chaos team is poised to continue development. This will be a challenging season, since the Trainees will be facing opponents with many more starting skills. Still, they should be good enough for a fourth place finish, which would take them into the playoffs. Fifth Place: Carnival of Chaoss, Regor (Chaos Dwarf) Noteworthy player: None As something of a turnaround from previous Crunch Cups, the Carnival of Chaoss is the only true rookie team in this year's Crunch Cup. Coach Regor has an extremely impressive 59% winning percentage, but is going to find it tough to compete in a division where the all the other teams have at least some developed players. Sixth Place: Bana-Mighdall Bandits, Arthur Wynne (Amazon) Noteworthy player: Alkippe Evadne (Blitzer) The Bandits are definitely showing signs of developing into a strong contender, but they're in the middle of the road as far as team development goes right now. The composition of this division doesn't do them any favors. They are likely to struggle in two matches against Chaos Dwarves, and they probably won't find their other opponents much easier.