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 Post subject: Ogres for Pow-Town
 Post Posted: Wed Jun 07, 2017 7:36 am 
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In the slow quest for the NAF 24 patch this coach must have rolled a bone-head because I decided to get ogres done. Problem is I’ve never played Ogres so haven’t a clue about what's a decent tournament build - I'm hoping someone here has some experience with what might work.

I want to stay competitive in games, cause some attrition damage and at least keep in the running for the Stunty Cup or Casualty race (and out of the running for the wooden spoon). Since I cannot make up my mind I thought I would make matters worse and look for opinions.

I was debating two builds then someone mentioned Morg. So now it’s three:
The build is 1,200,000GC + 190,000 for skills (max 3 same)

6 Ogres
10 Airborne Snotlings
2 RR/ 1 AC / 1 CL
(Likely will use Leader to get to 3 RR)

5 Ogres
11 Fouling Little SOBs
3 RR / 1 AC / 1 CL / Apo
(Could drop the apo and a snotling for a 4th RR – might need them)

3 Ogres
Morg
10 Assist Generators
2 RR
(Morg is great but does that leave the team a little weak?)

Skills wise will vary depending on the number of ogres and RR but I’m planning on going 2 likely 3 block. More ogres means more supports skills – break tackle or piling on. Any thoughts on Sure Hands for a semi-reliable ball carrier? Snotlings get dirty player or diving tackle.

Thanks for the thoughts.


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 Post subject: Re: Ogres for Pow-Town
 Post Posted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 5:02 am 
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Well, for those who check these things I thought I would post what I took and how I did.

Ended up with what, in retrospect, was the best roster of 6 ogres.
Skills were Ogre: Block x3, Leader, Piling On and Break Tackle. One snotling had Dirty Player.
In retrospect my playstyle is defensive so didn't use piling on much so could have used Break Tackle and Guard might have helped in my last game.

Still, I did ok:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... 391&type=3

Ogres - they aren't just for Stunty Cups.


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 Post subject: Re: Ogres for Pow-Town
 Post Posted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 4:33 pm 
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you bullied everyone away from table one, congratulations again :)

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