In most Leagues I play in we use Extended Inducements. I think they add a lot to the game and really help the underdog achieve parity. Surely that is a good thing With the exception of Bloodweiser Babes, all the non-Extended Inducements are >= 100k. So if I have 90k in inducements I only get to spend 50k of it and I get absolutely no help on the playing pitch. With Extended Inducements in the same scenario I could get a St Potion; a Babe and Ag Potion; or 2x Ag Potions. Of course you could take potions and they may fail and suddenly you are left with nothing. Of course the Potions are all gambles (they almost never work for me ), but so are such things as Wizards and Chefs. But are they really that unbalancing? Some arguments I've seen are that it isn't thematic for Skaven to be getting Strength or Khemri to get Agility. But all these teams can get these things from skill rolls anyway so thematic has nothing to do with it. I realise that TV management is part of the game, but surely this added element can be fun for the TV Managers?