Category Archives: Season 1

Dreadball: The Greenmoon Smackers (The Marauder Team)

Available as one of the two teams that comes with the base game regardless of it it was the original, Kick Off, or Deluxe is the Marauder team named the Greenmoon Smackers.  Their back story is they were a bunch of pirates that once stole some Dreadball equipment, tri-videos, and other related items on one of their raids.  Dreadball being a violent sport and the Marauders being a violent group of species, they loved the game and began playing it on their own ships and hideout back on Greenmoon.  Despitre being little more than an excuse to beat up on each other, this group of Marauder pirates actually became quite good at the game and was invited to play by the Dreadball Governing Body also known as “Digby.”

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Dreadball: The Midgard Delvers (the Forge Father Team)

Considered one the weakest teams in Dreadball as written currently, the Forge Fathers are the Space Dwarf team, although; I like to think of them as an alien species that has adapted to high gravity planets and moons.  I even think their armored uniforms is partly designed to be much heavier than other teams just to make them feel comfortable playing in what they consider low gravity environments.  This would also explain their slow Move and weak Speed stats.

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Dreadball Team: Skittersneak Stealers (aka Veer-myn team)

This team of rat men, a species known as the Veer-myn (get it vermin), use their increased reflexes and speed to out scurry their opponents on the Dreadball Court (sorry, Mantic Games Dreadball is played on a court).  This is not to say they can hit hard when they need to.  Their Guards are just as strong and can hit just as hard as any human.  Unfortunately, despite the Veer-myn being great at reaching and setting up great opportunities to score points, they lack good depth perception and have horrible follow through.  Veer-myn coaches always cringe a little when their strikers go to pick up the ball or even score with it.

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