The florescent lights inside Pizzeria Tropic flickered as the elf closed the door behind him. In the far corner of the room, right next to one of the slot machines, sat a gigantic shadow. He walked up to it, taking in the scene. On the table, a calzone was sitting untouched, cold and dry by the looks of it. Next to the plate, half a dozen empty beer bottles sat, two still with condensation from the cool drink which had recently filled them. "You Per-Sven?" the elf asked, expecting nothing but a grund in response. "That depends", slurred the shadow. "Who wants to know?" "My name", the elf began, pulling down the hood of his robe, "Is Weiner. Walter Weiner. I used to be nobody, but I'm about to become somebody, and I need the help of someone like you." The old gang and my new gang is converging in a private FUMBBL league, and I wanted to try a team I've always had my eyes on, but never gotten around to: Chaos Pact, or Chaos Renegades I suppose. My starting line-up: Ogre Troll Dark Elf Skaven Goblin 6 Marauders 4 Re-rolls TV: 990. Maybe not standard, I could've had another Marauder over the Goblin for a cool TV1000, but I wanted the TTM option, and also more access to Agility skills. The Skaven isn't auto-include either, as far as I can tell, but I have fond memories of mutating Skaven from playing Underworld and I plan to make mine a Wrackler with Horns, if he lives to see level 3. The schedule: MD1: Chaos MD2: Human MD3: Ogre MD4: Vampire MD5: Undead MD6: High Elfs MD7: Skaven So as you can see, a pretty bashy environment. The coaches for the HE and Undead teams are pretty new, they are playing in their first TT league with me as LC right now. The coaches for the Ogre, Vampire and Chaos teams are old school, people I used to play with back in 2012-ish, and I have the utmost respect for all of them. Especially the Vampire player used to give me fits with his Norse team due to excellent positional play. The Skaven and Human coaches are unknowns to me, but I know the Human coach is pretty new to the game. I'm looking forward to a season of bashy goodness (though at the time of writing, I already know what happens MD1)!