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Here it is, the timely unboxing of Blood Bowl: Team Manager. While Blood Bowl the miniature game hasn’t had a true update since 2001, Games Workshop has been spreading out the Blood Bowl love in a couple directions. First was the Xbox and PC game entitled Blood Bowl released in 2010, and now we have Blood Bowl: Team Manager a card game based on a miniature game based on a fantasy sport based on a sport. Now, without further ado, here are the sexy, sexy pictures of a box with it’s top off.
Nothing like advertisement when you first open a box, although it is a pretty nice catalog of some cool looking games.
There are two sheets of cardboard punchouts, five different decks of cards, two die, and some black markers/counters. The quality of everything in this set is nice and sturdy. The cards are of a quality on par with drug store playing cards and the cardboard punchouts are thick and nicely perforated(I hate when the top layer tears.
One of the awesome things about the packaging is that all of the small bits come in their own ziploc bags. No more throwing out the plastic wrapping just to put them in your own ziploc bag.
The rule book is in a nice large format. The quality of both the paper and illustrations is top notch. It’s nice not to need to thumb through a tiny paperback sized rule book anymore.
Hopefully you have enjoyed the sexiness as much as I have. If you have any recommendations or even any questions on some board games, let us know.
Blood Bowl: Team Manager on Amazon.