2012 West Coast Quake Goodies Pack
We are going all out for you! We have a great selection of entry items as well as a few nick knacks that may be given out during the Quake.
2012 Las Vegas "ZElvis" Special Limited Edition Figure:
ZElvis, the Flesh Golem/Zombie "King" of Lost Vegas. We limit our run to only 100 figures and there will be NO additional cast as the molds are destroyed. Less than 2% of all registered blood bowl players will own this figure.
Concept by Daloonieshaman. Sculpt by Patrick Keith.
2012 West Coast Quake Special Custom Tokens:
- 1 Score token: a treasure chest or a bag of gold. You score, you win. You win... you collect your winnings!
- 1 Turn marker: a royal flush or a roulette wheel. This is both a game of skill *and* a game of chance; either way, it's your move.
- 3 Reroll counters: Each counter is a pair dice with a ball; these are available with the dice in each of the six combinations which add up to 7. They're dice... what else are you going to reroll? No more reroll counters left? Uh oh... looks like you just crapped out.
Concept, sculpt, and production by Daloonieshaman.
Designed by Crystal Neher, Avatar Comics and Games. Customized by Lahatiel.
2011 Special Edition Range Ruler:
The 2011 Special Edition West Coast Quake Range Ruler is of regulation length and width. The Range Ruler is not as thick as the standard version, (due to the problems with printing in the US) but the quality is bar none. The Range ruler includes all of the standard features including, the 4 ranges and modifiers of throwing, center line to correctly access interceptions (almost impossible with the square chart) and we have included the Side Out template. As you know we did not need the Scatter template as it is incorporated on our pitch. Range Ruler was designed by Lahatiel. Printing by Shacpo Printing, inc.
As 2009 & 2010 players commented, "This is really a top notch patch!"
West Coast Quake coaches receive a full set of the non-blocking dice needed for Blood Bowl -- 2d6, d8, and d16 -- in their choice of six colors, so as to best match their team's colors. Chessex dice.