Discussion in 'League and Team Development Tactics' started by MezzeKing, Apr 17, 2021.
Is throwing gnoblars on opposite players a good strategy? If they doesn't land make a turnover?
not a turnover unless they are carrying the ball. Does use up your pass for that turn though. As to is it a good strategy? Maybe heh. I would tend to use it as a desperation play if they have the ball, if the ball is loose (ie after a blitz or failed pick up) then a lot more likely to work.
It also means the Ogre isn't moving to the best position for next turn.
It is a better strategy for Trees that have rooted but there are times when lobbing a snotling at the cage is the best way to get the ball free or open the cage for an Ogre blitz but you need to get lucky for it to work.
Regardless of team, throwing your stunty players at the enemy team shouldn't be done often really. More often than not it will just lead to you having 1 less player of yours on the field. More of a desperation play than anything else.
For one turn touchdowns / getting down field to steal a loose ball are more worth it for throwing them than aiming to hit opposing players.
But hitting opposing players is fun when it works so if not worried at all about winning then go ahead!
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