Norse Pitch – Double-sided Pitch and Dugouts
There are few grand stadia in Norsca, for most of the Blood Bowl pitches in that icy land are loosely constructed on fjords, frozen lakes, or wind-battered tundra. Playing in such hostile conditions presents many unique dangers to Blood Bowl players – from spectacularly skidding and face-planting on the frigid pitch, to falling through the ice itself! Players will need to tread carefully on this dangerous skating rink, or risk the chilling waters below. The Frozen Lake pitch has two sides – one depicting the pitch in fair weather, with the lake covered in a thick sheet of ice. The other side depicts the pitch after some disaster or another has caused the ice to break apart, exposing the freezing waters below. You'll also find a pair of matching double-sided dugouts to complete the theme. Each dugout features score, turn, and re-roll trackers, plus Reserves, Knocked-out, and Casualty boxes. Rules for using each side of the pitch in your games of Blood Bowl are included.