Alright! The DreadBall Kickstarter is busy knocking over more stretch goals and three new Forge Father sculpts and a prone marker locked in – great work!
Alternate sculpts add more variety to your Forge Father team whilst the prone marker is a fun and characterful piece that helps denote a knocked over model:
To continue the Forge Father theme, we’re now hunting down this hulking MVP – Yurik “Painmaster” Yurikson:
$400,000 – Yurik “Painmaster” Yurikson, Forge Father Guard MVP
Yurik Yurikson is notoriously difficult to interview. He doesn’t like to talk about how he got into DreadBall, or how he found himself slumming it as a Free Agent for almost a decade before rejoining the Midgard Delvers, or how he once took down three opposing guards with a single Slam. In fact, all Yurik wants to talk about is how much he hates “Brickbat” Vognar, long-serving guard with the Manglers…
This would be another amazing milestone number achieved and we’ll be able to fund Yurik “Painmaster” Yurikson – a Forge Father Guard MVP. Often described as the “Iron Ancestor of the DreadBall pitch,” Yurik suits up in full DreadBall armour in anticipation of a chance encounter with “Brickbat” Vognar.
If we hit this goal, we’ll be able to sculpt Yurik and include him in Jack and Striker!, rounding out our 8 Season 2 MVPs!
As we enter this final week – let’s get him in!
What do you think?
Heath has produced this great piece of concept art for the Denton Dazzlers Cheerleaders as a possible future stretch goal!
Much like the action on the pitch, DreadBall Cheerleading is a physical sport in its own right and, if Catalina Luvan’s right hook on Goblin Stunner Kruela Dancov is anything to go by, it can be just as bloody. For the most part, DreadBall Cheerleading Troupes belong to individual Stadiums rather than specific teams (though some wealthy Corporation owners employ their own as well) and gone are the days of the Pom-Pom – Cheerleaders instead wear energized Flexire skirts and carry sophisticated ‘shields’ that shimmer with trails of bright colours, team logos, point-scoring explosions and half time advertising. They also make great protection when the crowd starts getting rowdy and begin throwing things…
Jake already has the in-game mechanic for the cheerleaders nailed on and these models will be used in game, so let us know what you think!
PS: There are now only 145 pre-Christmas shipping guaranteed Striker! packages left so if your mates or club members are thinking about getting in on the game, now is the time to get them to do it!