So I went a tried to elf and kind of failed. I still have a lot to learn. I started up a new Undead team for ReBBL and it's been going okay. I won my first game and got a +ST Wight. The second game was a tie, but just barely. Looking back on it there were some sloppy plays and decisions. That Skaven team really should have won that game. I did the "potato" play as the kids are calling it now and got away with it. Failed to count my squares right and moved forward anyway in a shaky formation and wasn't punished. Things like that. I'm going to continue the league, obviously, but I wanted to take some time in COL to run some practice games and teams. Make sure I don't make mistakes in the future and generally brush up on how to play Blood Bowl right [if there is such a thing ] I actually started a human team in COL because they are "great for learning the game." I'm not sure how good of a choice that is. I still feel they are weak against bash teams. They can bash elves, but don't have the agility to run away from bashers. This got me thinking about team reliability, even though I'm not even sure what I mean by that. Elves are reliable due to prevalent AG 4 and dodge, they can handle the ball and do what is needed. Humans, not so much, and without 4 ST blockers they seem to flounder. I did fight Orcs to a stalemate. If I was just looking for teams that "work" at "most" TRs to get the feel of coaching, what would I be looking for in my players?