Causing Havoc in the old world since 2506

Chaos All-Stars

It was a breezy summer’s day. The 2497 season had wound down, after the Naggaroth Nightmare’s shock win in the Blood Bowl. The Chaos All-Stars had – by their standards – come off a disappointing season, with just the Chaos Cup (for the third season in a row) to show for it. This didn’t sit well with the owner, who had ordered the team for an early start to pre-season. First up, though, was the annual end-of-season chaotic exhibition match against the Mongrel Horde. The game was going well; early in the second half, the score was 2-1 to the All-Stars but more importantly, the stadium’s south stand was on fire, 3 freebooters from the Horde had been killed, and a local team of halflings had just been slaughtered as part of the halftime show. But then… something strange happened… Of course, this was the Chaos All-Stars, so something strange was bound to happen. But whatever this was, it was mysterious even by their standards. The air went still, the sky turned a strange reddy-purple colour, then swirling blackness descended over the pitch. Moments later it was gone, and the breeze was blowing again, but things had changed. The stadium was now an empty desolate ruin… the southern stand completely gutted by a long-quenched fire, the rest of the terraces broken and covered with grass and debris. The halfling corpses, lined up by the dugouts ready for the post-game feast, had gone. And it was raining.
The players on the pitch shrugged, then carried on the game. More subdued, without the ravaging hordes in the crowd baying for blood, the All-Stars took the game 3-1, and left for their training camp.

It was only after the game that they realised the scale of the strange event. Whatever magics the All-Stars team had been brewing for the game, they’d gone completely wrong. Both teams had simultaneously catapulted forwards and backwards through time… the year was now 2517, but none of the players could remember anything of their previous Bloodbowl careers… as if they’d been sent back in time rather than forwards. Still, they were a Bloodbowl team, and therefore there was a game to be played. With the remnants of the Mongrel Horde in tow, the All-Stars signed up to the nearest league they could find. Team owner Prince Dorian the Lost set plans in motion to restore themselves to their former glory.

The team regrouped during the off-season and reflected upon their debut season. The undoubted highlight was not finishing as the worst team, a feat they just shaded with a win in their final regular season game, followed by squeaking 2 draws in the Shield. When things had gone well, they had gone very well… unfortunately these moments were few and far between.

The management were not happy, but the chaos gods are happy to play the long game and realised that instant success had not been guaranteed. A series of pre-season games were arranged, the opposing teams then sacrificed, and the All-Stars returned for second stint in the league with high hopes of improvement.

Career Statistics for Chaos All-Stars

League Record 16 3 10 3 15 36 21 26 19 1 19


  • P: Number of games Played
  • TF: Number of Touchdowns scored by the team
  • TA: Number of Touchdowns scored against the team
  • CF: Number of casulties caused by the team
  • CA: Number of casulties the team has suffered
  • %: Teams win percentage (including Draws)

Performance by Season

2518/19 Season 8 2 6 0 5 19 10 7 12 0 25
2517/18 Season 8 1 4 3 10 17 11 19 7 1 13

Performance by Competition

Competition P W L D TF TA CF CA COMP INT %
HDWSBBL League Knockout Cup IV 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0
New World Conference League 2518/19 7 2 5 0 5 18 10 7 10 0 29
The Fury Animal Frenzy 2 0 0 2 3 3 5 4 1 1 0
Old World Conference League 2517/18 6 1 4 1 7 14 6 15 6 0 17


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Title Competition
Runner-Up The Fury Animal Frenzy

Awards from Competitions

Award Competition Value
Most CAS The Fury Animal Frenzy 5

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