Attending a tournament in April (GothBowl 2012 for you other Swedes), and I'm going to bring Wood Elves, simply because it is the team I have all the models for all ready and painted. I'm also most familiar with the team, and even though I hardly expect to win the tournament in question, I want to at least play well enough not to embarrass myself or my elves. The thing is, it's not a standard 1,1/1,15/1,2 mil resurrection tournament, we're using standard league rules, so 1 mil to buy the team, injuries are permanent, regular SPP progression etc. We'll be playing four swiss rounds, and after those are finished, the top 8 teams will play two four-player games of Dungeonbowl, and the two winners there will play a regular finals game. After some thought and some tinkering, here's what I've arrived at as far as my starting roster goes: 2 Wardancers 4 Catchers 5 Lineelves 1 Re-roll No cash, no Apoth, no FF, neither Assistant Coach nor Cheerleader TV: 1000 So, yeah, I'm crazy, right? I've tested the roster in a few games and have been able to manage with just one re-roll. There are some nasty turn-overs that one simply has to accept, like blocks with Linos, failing to pick up the ball etc., but overall, most of the blitzing is done by the Wardancers, and the ball-handling (i.e. hand-offs) is done by Catchers, so I'm operating on most of my rolls being ideally 35/36 deals. I've finished games with the re-roll to spare in the second half, and that's without getting any from kick-off events or similar. The basic idea is to set up conservatively enough not to burn the re-roll in case I fail a pick-up, at least so long as I have 11 players on the pitch. On defense, the re-roll will be spent to do awesome stuff with the Wardancers, and nothing else. All in all, I really, really don't want to go for the standard 2 WD, 1 Catcher, 8 Linos, 2 RR:s approach, I think having two extra MA8, Dodge players far oughtweighs the flexibility that the extra re-roll adds. However, any and all input is most welcome. I expect a field of happy veterans playing both competitive and fun teams, so consider it an take-on-all-comers list.