Hey all, Following my various experiments with teams online since LE came out I've dabbled with Orc, Chaos and Elf. Right now I'm realising that whilst I've enjoyed the bloodbath that Orcs and Chaos can create, and my lethal Minotaur in particular has been a lot of fun, I just don't win often with these kinds of teams, or at least, not often enough. I'm finding it quite common for my cage defence to fail around turn 6 and concede a touchdown without having the time available to equalise before half time, leaving me playing either for a 1-1 draw, or more often, trying for a quick touchdown and hoping for a chance to take the ball later in the game. And this often leads to errors on my part, and ending up 2-0 down when I screw up. So I'm thinking as a result of this I need to look again at the teams I've been trying out and see if there's a way to find a team that will help me deal with these issues. Right now I'm tempted to try for a team that will hold up reasonably in cage defence, but that will be more capable of putting a 2 turn touchdown in if it goes wrong. Given my experiences with Elves, I'm also tempted to put an emphasis on a team with an average armour of 8, rather than 7. So this is leaving me thinking possibly: Dark Elves, High Elves or Human. Now I know Humans lack the agility, but the cost factor ways up heavily in their favour, plus I do like the idea of the blitzers, which vitally have block and strength access, which elves tend to lack, plus you can have 4 of them on the team. So, I guess I'm asking if people think that the Human team would be a viable option for this kind of game play, also, if I do go down this route, how vital do people find the Ogre? For Chaos my minotaur was great when he worked but frustrating when he failed, whereas the Troll on my Orc team was more trouble than he was worth, so I'm tempted to try out a team without the big guy for once. Are there any teams I'm overlooking that people feel might fit also?