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JacJac is known as “The Brawler” by his team mates, regularly besting several opponents in the drunken fights he partakes in. His talents make him an ideal defensive player for the Fisherman’s team – a tough old rock standing against the sea.This blister contains:• 1X Metal 30mm Jac Model• 1X Jac Stat CardWarning, not a toy! Not for use by children under three years old. Miniatures supplied unassembled and unpainted
Ain’t no other team that can catch ’em, and until someone seriously gets their game on, the Fisherman’s Guild are going to keep winning.– Flint, Vice-Captain, Mason’s GuildFishermans play style is all about movement and raw goal-scoring potential. They are dominant in the early game and can easily draw one or two goals ahead very quickly. However, mid to late game they need to be wary, especially if they lose a player or two.They excel at movement and kicking the ball – they are practically all about offense. Their combo play revolves around (re)positioning and exploitation of space.Whilst not entirely equipped with raw damage soaking defence, they instead have far subtler defensive options that focus much more on space control.
Well, looks like Corsair is back. I guess only time will tell whether that’s a good thing for them, or for us. Before the Master Butcher took him out of the game, that bastard pirate was the real driving force behind the team. Wasn’t like last season, where you could see ol’ Greyscales pulling Shark’s strings behind the scenes. Oh aye, Corsair didn’t take nothing from nobody, and that’s the right way to lead a Guild Ball team if you ask me.Admittedly, that was before the Master Butcher hacked Corsair’s leg off, and before the Guild sent him packing. I reckon a man can only take so much trauma, so much despair in his life, before he snaps. Might be the case that this pirate got pushed too far.I heard that he went out east, way beyond all of the mainland states, all the way to Indar and Numa. That’s a whole other world out there. You won’t find many round here who’ve even seen the place, let alone spent much time on the islands. I’m not even sure they have Guilds to speak of out there. Oh, I know they must do, but they’re probably nothing compared to what we have in the western states. Travelling out that far? That’s running away in my eyes. Not what I’d have expected to see from the man I used to see leading the charge up the pitch.I mean, look at him – drunk, overweight, a shadow of his old self. Personally, I’d keep Shark.But the Fisherman’s Guild is in a real sorry state right now; I think they’re looking for stability more than anything else, a familiar hand at the tiller. When Laurentis was killed under their noses, right after they lost the championship, I’ll bet that was a real sobering moment. Thing is, a Lord Chamberlain? They’ve got to replace him, but suddenly no one wants the job. Got to be the first time that’s happened. Usually the body’s still warm when the lads upstairs start vying for the spot. Sometimes the body’s still walking around and breathing, if you take my meaning. This time though, who’s going to take that job? No one can be sure whatever caught up with Laurentis won’t wind up losing them their head, too.Knock on effect, the ship is drifting directionless, at least until that gets resolved. Everything else, including their Guild Ball team, floats along in limbo like a ship becalmed. I see Greyscales tearing what little hair he has left out over it. Call me a cruel bastard, but that makes me laugh my arse off. About time the old boy fell off his high horse.Still, maybe Corsair can turn it around for them, eh?  We’ll see lad, but I wouldn’t bet a pint on it...- Tapper, Brewer's Guild Team Captain

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