fredag 16 maj 2014

Twin Mountain 2014

Twin Mountain Blood Bowl Tournament 2014

This years edition of the Twin Mountain Tournament is set to take place over the weekend of August 30th-31st. It will be located at WF-Sundsvall on Nybrogatan 30 in Sundsvall. Due to the nature of the venue, we will be able to provide attending coaches with a bar serving both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as candy and sandwiches, for the duration of the tournament. Due to this it is also imperative that you register in advance, as we cannot let unregistered people into the venue.


To register send an email to with your name, NAF-name, NAF-number (if you are a NAF member), your age, as well as a completed team roster.
Last day for registering is the 17th of August.
The cost for the tournament is 150kr if paid in advance and 200 kr if paid on site. (200 and 250 respectively for non-NAF members but this includes a NAF membership, if you want it.)
To pay in advance please use PG: 1434805-6 or BG: 5011-6185 and mark the payment with your NAF name. If you are not a NAF member please use the first letter of your first name together with your last name.
If you want to visit and just be a spectator there is no entrance fee, but you must still register, due to the serving of alcohol. Just send your name and age to the email above.

What to bring

You need to bring the following:
  • The team you wish to play, painted to a reasonable standard.
  • Two copies of your team roster
  • Dice, preferably GW or NAF dice.
What would be nice if you could bring:
  • Copy of the LRB 6.0
  • Blood Bowl pitch with dugouts and templates.


The Twin Mountain Bowl will be a NAF sanctioned tournament. For more information regarding NAF please go to

Tournament Rules

As this tournament is quite close to the EuroBowl Open, we have decided that it would be a good thing to use the same rules as the EuroBowl, to allow coaches to test out their roster for the big event. Also, those dudes do have some slick ideas, so why not take advantage of that. Credit for these rules goes to Florent Maire(Babass), Bram Serbruyns(gesmachiene) and Mats Clays(Da Great MC)

Tournament Format

  • 6 Rounds, 4 on Saturday, 2 on Sunday
  • Random Draw for the first round
  • Swiss Pairing for rounds 2-6

Team Creation

  • Team Value 110
  • No inducements are allowed, except for Goblin Bribes (50K each, maximum 3) and a Master Chef for Halflings (100K).

Team Tiers

  • TIER 1: Amazon, Chaos Dwarf, Dark Elf, Dwarf, Lizardmen, Necromantic, Norse, Orc, Skaven, Undead, Wood Elf
  • TIER 2: Chaos, Chaos Pact, (Pro) Elf, High Elf, Human, Khemri, Nurgle’s Rotters, Slann, Underworld, Vampire
  • TIER 3: Goblin, Halfling, Ogre

Beginning Skills

  • Tier 1: 3 normal skills
  • Tier 2: 4 normal skills + 1 ‘double’ skill
  • Tier 3: 3 normal skills + 2 ‘double’ skills
All these skills must be assigned at the start of the tournament.

Round 4-6 Skills

After round 3 all teams may add more skills to their roster, this must be done before round 4 starts.
  • Tier 1: 3 normal skills
  • Tier 2: 3 normal skills
  • Tier 3: 3 normal skills

Skill Assignment

  • Stacking is not allowed, no player can ever receive more than one skill.
  • All skills must be clearly noted on all copies of your team roster before the tournament starts. It must be clear to everyone which skills are ‘day 1 skills’ and which are ‘day 2 skills’.

Scoring System

The following scoring system will be used to determine individual rankings
  • Win: 5 points
  • Draw: 2 points
  • Minor Loss (1TD): 1 point
  • Major Loss (2+TD): 0 points


Individuals will be ranked by the points they have earned. Should two or more individuals have an equal number of points, the following tiebreakers will be used in order:
  • Number of Victories
  • Number of Draws
  • Opponent Score (The sum of all points of all your opponents)
  • Net TDs + Net Casualties


Prices will be awarded to the winner, the runner up, most violent coach and highest scoring coach. There will also be a special price for the best placed stunty team as well as a very special price for whoever is skilled enough to place last.
There will also be more prices available for performing certain things during the tournament, but this will be kept secret until the tournament itself.


There will be four matches on Saturday and two matches on Sunday. The event starts at 10:00 on both Saturday and Sunday, Each round will be 2 hours and 10 minutes long.


The venue will also serve as sleeping quarters between the Saturday and Sunday. If you wish to spend the night at the venue make sure you bring some kind of mattress and sleeping bag as the floor is cold and hard. If you arrive on Friday evening we might be able to provide you with lodging with one of the local coaches, please send an email to and let us know how many people needs lodging and we’ll try to accommodate you.

Any Questions?

If there is anything else regarding the tournament you'd like to know please contact us at