I know what you're thinking, but this is NOT about my Underworld team! I spent the weekend at an indoor water park, where a fellow D&D player's sons celebrated their sixth birthday. At one point, I went to the bar to get a couple of margaritas for myself and the wife, and while I was waiting for our drinks I saw the first couple of minutes of what looked like some kind of documentary. Something told me that this was a film I'd like to watch in its entirety. That night I looked and sure enough, it was available for free online, and I watched it. I was not disappointed. "The Subterranean Stadium" isn't about Blood Bowl, or D&D, but it might as well be. It's about something called electric football, which I've never heard of before (and I'm an American). But I don't think it's so much the game itself that matters. Do yourself a favor and set aside the twenty minutes or so it takes to watch this documentary. It's got a lot of heart. I'm sending it out to all of my gaming friends. I think you'll get why if you watch it. The hot dog vendor, the ex-con, the veteran -- these guys are different from us, but there's something familiar about them, and what they do. Real familiar. Here's the vid: The Subterranean Stadium I'm sure this will resonate with any of you who have ever participated in a league, whether online or in person.