Ogre teams have existed since the forming of the NAF and have even had some success such as winning the XV Blood Bowl. However, as any right-minded person will tell you, having more than one Ogre in the same place at the same time is a disaster in the making. The key to an Ogre team is the Snotlings. If they are close enough to jab an Ogre in the leg to remind him that they are playing in a match then you may have the makings of a team.
Ogre teams are one of the worst in the game. What they do have going for them though is the fact they can have a strong line of Ogre players. They can deal out damage and are very hard to get past if they remember what they are doing. The Snotling players are also very cheap (the cheapest in the game) so you can have a full roster of reserves which you will probably need to use.
The team is riddled with lots of disadvantages though. The Ogres all suffer from Bonehead which can make your plans go awry and your defence disappear. The Snotlings are very weak, poor at tackling and break very easily. The team has no ball handling or hitting skills to start with and moving the ball around can be problematic.
They are very much not a team for beginners, they have all kinds of disadvantages coupled with expensive rerolls and unreliable players makes it hard to do anything. Coaches really need to realise what they are dealing with and having a team that you will struggle to use isn’t the best way to learn the game.
- Strong Ogres
- Very Cheap Snotlings
- Lots of Bonehead
- Very Weak & Fragile Snotlings
- Expensive Rerolls