I would die if somebody ran a murderball/dungeonball tournament bonanza. I may have to engineer such a thing.

Owen K.C. Stephens

The Midvale Murder Hobos are making a run for the scoring zone, with number 12, โ€œDoomedโ€ Dwalvitsky gripping the d-ball in both hands to qualify for the score. An ogre hits Dwalvitsky, but the dwarven halfback is just plowing toward the zone. Heโ€™s bleeding, but the Hobosโ€™ morale coordinator, Brother Turpin, shoots out some buffs. Thereโ€™s just seconds left in the segment, the crowd is on their feet, Dwalvitsky puts his head down and rushes a worg blockers, andโ€ฆ. Score! The Murder Hobos score! They win the Temple of Hill Giant Evil cup!

DungeonBall is a ridiculous way to play the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game to combine sports tropes in the mix of fantasy and adventure tropes. Itโ€™s a simple set of add-on rules to simulate sport-dungeon-stomping, presumably in a word where that is televised (or broadcast by crystal ball) for entertainment of the masses.

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