World Bowl XXXIX ~ Everything Thread

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World Bowl XXXIX ~ Everything Thread

Postby Delaclava » Mon Jun 22, 2020 7:27 pm

The United Republic of Delaclava presents...
World Bowl XXXIX

Welcome, all competitors, to the 39th edition of the World Bowl! The nation of Delaclava is grateful to bring the best (and other) teams together for the world's premier gridiron competition for the third time. Forty-eight teams enter this eastern Atlantian Oceanian republic, seeking to take home all the spoils - including the competition's only six-time champion, six other two-time winners, the defending champions, numerous formidable squads, and promising newcomers.

Pot 1
Free Republics (1)
Drawkland (2)
Ranoria (3)
Main Nation Ministry (4)
Ko-oren (6)
Taeshan (7)
Allamunnic States (8)
Vangaziland (9)

Pot 2
Newmanistan (10)
Cassadaigua (11)
Xanneria (14)
Geektopia (15)
Transmondian Commonwealth of New England (16)
Abanhfleft (17)
The Greater Nordics (18)
Banija (19)

Pot 3
Terre Septentrionale (21)
Velstrania (22)
Torisakia (23)
Inner AginanaUsordia (24)
Lisander (30)
Royal Kingdom of Quebec (32)
Karditan (33)
TJUN-ia (33)

Pot 4
Saint Kanye (33)
South Covello (44)
Equestrian States (45)
HUElavia (49)
The Sarian (49)
Bongo Johnson (55)
Northwest Kalactin (55)
Krytenia (76)

Pots 5 + 6
Delaclava (UR)
Alba and Cymru (UR)
Damukuni (UR)
Drunk People at the Local Tavern (UR)
Jeckland (UR)
Kohnhead (UR)
Lovisa (UR)
Martune (UR)
Mathuvan Union (UR)
Nagore (UR)
Sarzonia (UR)
Silver Beach (UR)
Squidroidia (UR)
The Jovannic (UR)
United Civil Republic (UR)
Western Fardelshufflestein (UR)

The teams entered into this tournament and included in the list above may now begin to post their rosters and roleplay posts. I will also post results in this thread as well as keep this original post updated with tournament details. If you have any questions or OOC notes, please either TG me or post in the Discussion thread linked above.

Keep reading for further details on this edition of the tournament!


Group Stage: Eight groups of six, where every team will play each groupmate twice (once home, once away) for a total of ten games. Group standings will be sorted by Wins, H2H, H2H differential, overall differential, then RP bonus. (If a particular tiebreaker resolves a tie of three or more teams, but two or more teams remain tied, the tiebreakers will restart to resolve the new tie.) The top two teams from each group will advance.

Group A
Delaclava (UR)
Equestrian States (45)
Transmondian Commonwealth of New England (16)
Drunk People at the Local Tavern (UR)
Drawkland (2)
Royal Kingdom of Quebec (32)

Group B
Jeckland (UR)
Xanneria (14)
Silver Beach (UR)
Lisander (30)
Taeshan (7)
Saint Kanye (33)

Group C
Main Nation Ministry (4)
Krytenia (76)
Squidroidia (UR)
Martune (UR)
Geektopia (15)
Velstrania (22)

Group D
The Jovannic (UR)
TJUN-ia (33)
Ko-oren (6)
The Sarian (49)
Cassadaigua (11)
Nagore (UR)

Group E
HUElavia (49)
Terre Septentrionale (21)
Alba and Cymru (UR)
Vangaziland (9)
Western Fardelshufflestein (UR)
Banija (19)

Group F
Lovisa (UR)
Damukuni (UR)
Inner AginanaUsordia (24)
Bongo Johnson (55)
Ranoria (3)
Newmanistan (10)

Group G
Torisakia (23)
Northwest Kalactin (55)
Kohnhead (UR)
Free Republics (1)
The Greater Nordics (18)
Sarzonia (UR)

Group H
Allamunnic States (8)
Mathuvan Union (UR)
South Covello (44)
Karditan (33)
Abanhfleft (17)
United Civil Republic (UR)

Elimination: All matches in this stage take place in Delaclava. The Round of 16 will face off group winners against group runners-up, seeded by group performance and avoiding group rematches. The eight losers are eliminated from the tournament. The eight winners will be re-seeded by group performance, again avoiding group rematches, and entered into a double-elimination bracket. After the winner’s bracket and loser’s bracket are completed, the winners of the two brackets will compete for the World Bowl, with the winner of the loser’s bracket needing to win twice to clinch the championship. The resulting winning team is the World Bowl champion, and the resulting losing team is the runner-up. The third place team is the runner-up of the loser’s bracket.

Tournament Schedule

Group Draw: Friday, June 26

Monday 6/29 — Gameday 1: 1v6, 2v5, 3v4
Tuesday 6/30 — Gameday 2: 6v4, 5v3, 1v2
Wednesday 7/1 — Gameday 3: 2v6, 3v1, 4v5
Thursday 7/2 — Gameday 4: 6v5, 1v4, 2v3
Friday 7/3 — Gameday 5: 3v6, 4v2, 5v1

Saturday 7/4 — OFF

Sunday 7/5 — Gameday 6: 6v1, 5v2, 4v3
Monday 7/6 — Gameday 7: 4v6, 3v5, 2v1
Tuesday 7/7 — Gameday 8: 6v2, 1v3, 5v4
Wednesday 7/8 — Gameday 9: 5v6, 4v1, 3v2
Thursday 7/9 — Gameday 10: 6v3, 2v4, 1v5

Friday 7/10 — OFF
Saturday 7/11 — OFF

Sunday 7/12 — Round of 16
Monday 7/13 — Quarterfinals
Tuesday 7/14 — Semifinals, Elimination First Round
Wednesday 7/15 — Elimination Second Round
Thursday 7/16 — Final, Elimination Third Round
Friday 7/17 — Elimination Final
Saturday 7/18 — World Bowl XXIX Championship, Game 1
Sunday 7/19 — World Bowl XXIX Championship, Game 2 (if necessary)


xkoranate 0.3.3, SQIS formula, IFAF overtime, xkoranate-style (additive) style modifiers. Home advantage will be applied for the group stage, but not the knockout stage.

RP cutoff window 11pm-12am US Eastern time (0300-0400 UTC). (Note: This means that any given match will take place in the morning of the day after in UTC time. Gameday 1 will be June 29 in North America, but June 30 in UTC time.)

Roster/Roleplay Notes

Your roster may include a style modifier between and including -5 (most defensive) to +5 (most offensive). You may change this one time by telegram only.

It is recommended that you post the following list of RP permissions in your roster, along with a choice of "Yes" or "No" (or a more specific explanation if you'd like) for each item. This will allow you to cooperate with your opponents and fellow competitors when either you or your opponent RPs is the first to RP about your given match. Please respect the listed permissions of your competitors, as well as their roleplay itself if they have completed their RP before you. If you have any concerns regarding this, please contact me via TG or the Discussion thread.

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[u]RP Permissions[/u]
[b]Choose my scorers:[/b]
[b]Godmod scoring events:[/b]
[b]RP injuries to my players:[/b]
[b]Godmod Injuries to my players:[/b]
[b]Suspend my players:[/b]
[b]Godmod suspension events[/b]:
[b]Godmod other events[/b]:

Additionally, please do not reserve a post for a roster/roleplay and edit it later. This will make it harder to track when an RP has been completed so it can be graded. Any necessary adjustments throughout the tournament, i.e. for injuries, substitutions, roster changes, etc.

Now get to rostering and roleplaying - and we wish all of you an enjoyable and successful World Bowl!
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Postby Delaclava » Mon Jun 22, 2020 7:28 pm

Delaclava Information

The United Republic of Delaclava is a massive democratic republic that prides itself on education and scientific development, culture and music, liberality with regard to entertainment and to the human body, and active lifestyles with an emphasis on recreation and sport. It is no wonder that the various national teams of Delaclava - known as the "Phoenixes" across all sports - have enjoyed a moderate degree of success in the past, and that athletes and governing bodies alike desired to immediately grow domestic competition and international contributions upon the conclusion of a six-decade isolation from the outside world.

Located in the heart of Atlantian Oceania, we are happy to showcase a diverse group of locales around the vast geography - old cities to the south now distinguished as artistic and historical hubs; sparkling new metropoleis on the west coast noted for industry and commerce; and a variety of islands off the mainland, each with a different culture on offer. Some of these cities will host playoff games - many will not, but with the advanced public transportation systems available - monorails on the mainland and mass-transit speed boats to the islands - you should have plenty of facility to take some free time and explore. The Delaclavs love their athletes, both home and visiting, and would be happy to show you around.


This large, sparkling, opulent, real-life “city on a hill” could not be a more perfect national capital, both in physical geography and design. It is located in the center of the large Atlantian Oceanian mainland, on a massive and sprawling plateau adjacent to the Alexandria Mountains and surrounded by the “Three Rivers” - Alexandria, Ulysses, and Odysseus. In pre-isolation Delaclava, the city continued to grow and develop its infrastructure and culture, shaped by global exchange, and in its own right was representative of Delaclav culture and society to the rest of the world. During social and government reforms that took place in the isolation era, the people sought to perhaps find a new location as the Delaclav capital - but a better-suited locale simply did not exist. Thus, Catherina proudly remains the capital, outfitted with new ideals but retaining its usual splendor.

The Catherina games will be played at the National Athletic Complex, unquestionably one of the most distinctive characteristics of the Delaclav capital. The Complex has been home to virtually ever single international competition that Delaclava has hosted. The United Republic has countless regions, cities, and venues to showcase to the rest of the world, but ultimately all roads lead to the DNAC. The three stadiums in use are:

- Royster Field - named after Max Royster, the winning Delaclav coach of World Bowls XIII and XV. Formerly named Golden Grass Field, which hosted the finals of World Bowls XI, XV - the Phoenixes’ second victory - and Baptism of Iron 4. Seats 110,000.
- Branten Bowl - named after Billy Branten, longtime Delaclav quarterback and captain. Formerly named Dragon Field. Seats 80,000
- Swarzreng Stadium - named after Andy Swarzreng, longtime Delaclav wide receiver, all time receiving yards and offensive touchdowns leader, named team MVP for both Phoenixes’ World Bowl victories. Formerly named White Bear Stadium. Seats 80,000 - White Bear Stadium sat 100,000 but capacity was reduced during renovations and facility improvements.

With the way the schedule has been laid out, every quarterfinal team will play at least one match in Catherina - and the quarterfinal losers will immediately leave Quinnville or Manchester and head to Catherina. When you come here, don’t be fooled by the awe-inspiring beauty of this metropolis - you are fighting for your life. But make no mistake: one of you will survive long enough to lift the World Bowl trophy.


Manchester is to the modern United Republic what Catherina was to pre-isolation Delaclava: the largest and most populous city, the center of economic growth and technology, the heartbeat of mainstream culture, the flocking point for immigration, new beginnings, fresh ideas and innovations. Unlike the centrally located Catherina, Manchester is located on the east coast, occupying a sharply tapered peninsula penetrating the sea, pointing out towards Paripana and to the rest of the world. Fittingly for this competition, it also maintains an impressive sporting legacy - to name a few points, it is home to the St. James University Eagles, the most decorated athletic program of the past century; the new Pride of Manchester, the 110,000-seat stadium that recently opened and has hosted numerous World Cup qualification matches; and the Manchester Grass Court Championships, the most prestigious competition in the Delaclav national sport of tennis.

The three Manchester games - two quarterfinals and a semifinal - will be played at Eagles Stadium, a 75,000-seat gridiron-only stadium that is home to the St. James Eagles football team. The largest city in Delaclava is also a football-crazy city, and Eagles Stadium will be bursting at the seams on gameday, not to mention every nearby bar, restaurant, and house party. Soak it all in and give the fans a show.


This old and historic west coast city seems to defy many conventions of large cities, particularly those of Delaclava. It is unassuming, quaint, lush and green. It is a metropolitan area of 3 million people where everyone knows their neighbors; it is a productive yet workers-first economy; the people never put on airs yet regularly demonstrate the best of Delaclava. Yet the more recent west-coast explosion in Delaclava, including even larger cities such as Santa Lourdes, Valeina, Crystal Lake, and Salem, are a natural outgrowth of the Quinniville foundation - bigger, faster-paced, younger and more modern, yet still humble and smiling. Quinniville is also a significant gateway to the rest of Atlantian Oceania, and it is a city that gladly evolves as it takes in migrants and cultural imports, while remaining fixed in its core identity.

The Quinniville matches - also two quarterfinals and a semifinal - will be played at Sullivan Stadium, a 70,000-seat gridiron-only stadium that is home to the Quinniville Aces, the defending DGL champions, as well as the Quinniville Institute of Technology football team. The “town” of Quinniville is friendly and charming, but the victorious teams in Quinniville will not be lulled into a false sense of security by the time they take the field. Win or lose, you’ll enjoy your stay here - but whether you leave with regrets is up to you.
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Postby Sarzonia » Mon Jun 22, 2020 8:21 pm

Sarzonia Stars

If my opponent RP's our game first, they may:
Choose my scorers: Yes
Choose scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes. I'll determine severity.
Godmod injuries: No
Godmod "other" events: Nothing beyond stuff like heavy rains, strong winds, nervous players having trouble sleeping and the like. No killing players or blowing up stadia.

Head Coach: Les Steckhall, 41 (ex-Portland Pirates)
After he was denied an opportunity to serve as offensive coordinator by Pirates coach Gil Spencer, former Stars coach Tim Gates's resignation opened the door for Steckhall to become the head coach. He will call the offence.
Quarterbacks Coach: Gavin Davis, 37
Yes, THAT Gavin Davis. He served as quarterbacks coach for the Arena Bowl bronze medalist Stars and will serve as de facto offensive coordinator without the playcalling responsibilities.
Running Backs Coach: Mike Pendry, 56
His Portland Pirates team led the Incorporated Gridball League in rushing, helping make up for an inexperienced quarterback.
Wide Receivers Coach: Mel Brady, 51
He serves in the same position on Woodstock's coaching staff, so he is used to the more wide open offence Gates wants in the nation's capital.
Tight Ends Coach: Marc Johnson, 40
He played on the last Stars team to suit up in a World Bowl. Currently in his first coaching role.
Offensive Line Coach: George Cowley, 40
Also played for the Stars in their previous World Bowl appearance, he has been the offensive line coach for a semipro team for three seasons.
Defensive Coordinator: Kyle Hanley, 51
Hanley plays an aggressive 4-3 defence with frequent blitzes, much like his predecessor Kirk Olivadotti.
Defensive Line Coach: Tyler Paige, 49
The younger brother of former Stars coach Arthur Paige, Tyler works extensively with the line and with edge linebackers.
Linebackers Coach: Jerome London, 45
He was a coach on the field for the Stars as a player and will formally coach the linebacker corps now.
Secondary Coach: Kevin Leonard, 45
Another veteran of the last Stars team who takes on a coaching role.
Special Teams Coordinator: Dylan Massey, 52
Massey has tutored kickers and seems to specialise in turning them into walk off kick experts.

Offence: Run-oriented (-2 modifier)
Defensive style: Base 4-3 with frequent blitzes
Two-point conversion modifier: LOGICAL
Home surface: Grass (Joe Gibbs Stadium, Woodstock - capacity 75,900)

QB: Sam Rosen (6-foot, 205 pounds (Portland), 28
Steckhall was able to lure his signal caller from the Pirates. He hopes that Rosen's familiarity with his offence will speed up his learning curve.
RB: Ty'Relle Clinton (Portland), 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, 24
He employs a bruising running style, but he can surprise defenders with speed and quickness when he gets out in space.
FB: Les Creighton (New Jeruselem Monks), 6-foot-1, 245 pounds
Creighton's a blocker who will occasionally get the ball in short yardage situations.
WR: Steve Swain (Corcorran Cruisers), 6-foot-3, 205 pounds
He's the guy you want to get the ball in crucial third down conversions.
WR: Matt Largent (Wilmington Roughnecks), 5-foot-11, 185 pounds
He's the speedster in the lineup and he's the deep threat.
TE: Al Langston, 6-foot-5, 265 pounds (Woodstock)
He started as a blocker until Week 7 last season when he caught eight passes for 76 yards and two touchdowns. Now he handles both roles.
LT: Matt Frost, 6-foot-4, 325 pounds (Woodstock), 29 years old
Frost protects Locklear's blind side in Woodstock and is expected to here.
LG: Nate Felton (Corcorran), 6-foot-2, 319 pounds, 31 years old
He was on the last Stars team and will be counted on for veteran presence as much as his blocking.
C: Rodney Tucker (Portland), 6-foot-2, 293 pounds, 33 years old
Tucker makes up for lack of size by technique and experience. He's the de facto captain of the line.
RG: Marty Vance (Nicksia Knights), 6-foot-5, 335 pounds
He was always nicknamed House when he was growing up, even after he was no longer THE biggest player on either team.
RT: Ike Dennehy (Truxtun Commodores), 6-foot-5, 355 pounds
Dennehy is used to protecting the blind side of a lefty quarterback, and he can throw terrifying blocks in the run game.

DE: Arlen Cunningham (Wilmington), 6-foot-3, 280 pounds
He's a pass rusher through and through. Paige is expected to sub him out for short yardage run situations.
DT: Colin Grassley (Rypien Renegades), 6-foot-3, 320 pounds
He is especially dangerous at stuffing the run game. Has one-half sack for his entire career.
DT: Pete Downey (Somerset Snakes), 6-foot-4, 360 pounds
He's another run-stopper who will be subbed for in pass rush situations.
DE: Clancy Wilson (Woodstock), 6-foot-3, 295 pounds
Another guy who can rush the passer. He can stay in on short yardage situations.
WLB: Artem Roshovski (Portland), 6-foot-2, 265 pounds
Pass rusher. Lives in the weight room. Often plays pass rushing defensive end on third and long.
MLB: Howard Dent (Woodstock), 6-foot-1, 255 pounds
He calls the signals for the defence. He knows how Paige thinks and what he wants.
SLB: Calvin Jacks (Wilmington), 6-foot-3, 270 pounds
Known more as a run-stuffer who can play end in a pinch, he logged a career-high five sacks last season.
CB: Will Donnelly (Portland), 6-foot, 200 pounds
He typically plays the opposing team's best receiver and is known as a shutdown corner.
CB: Quinn Bowles (Woodstock), 5-foot-11, 190 pounds
He's more of a speed guy than even Donnelly is, but isn't a sure tackler.
FS: Cliff Longoria (Corcorran), 6-foot-4, 240 pounds
Think the late Sean Taylor. That's how he plays.
Strong Safety: Zane Yates (Portland), 6-foot-2, 235 pounds
He's another terrifying hitter on a team full of terrifying hitters.

QB: Mike Barnett (Wilmington), 6-foot-3, 210 pounds.
Not the best arm, but he can execute a West Coast offence if necessary.
RB: Paul Edgerton (Woodstock), 5-foot-9, 195 pounds
He's a scatback who can catch passes out of the backfield when called upon.
FB: Wilson Marquez (Truxtun), 6-foot-3, 250 pounds
WR: Hayden Gregory (Portland Power, women's gridball team) 5-foot-7, 175 pounds, 23 years old
WR: Marquise Harris (Truxtun), 6-foot-4, 215 pounds
TE: Edison Burkett (Wilmington), 6-foot-1, 245 pounds
RB: Tom Bennett (Woodstock), 6-foot-3, 220 pounds
TE: Austin Vesey (Nicksia), 6-foot-4, 260 pounds
OT: Zeke Bradley (New Jeruselem), 6-foot-5, 340 pounds
OG: Yael Jeffries (Rypien) 6-foot-2, 317 pounds
OT/OG Spencer Henderson (Townshend Tornados), 6-foot-5, 330 pounds
C: Aaron Branson (Portland), 6-foot-4, 315 pounds
DT: Al Cohen (Truxtun), 6-foot-3, 350 pounds
DT/DE: Harvey Quace (New Jeruselem), 6-foot-3, 295 pounds
DE: Ryan Nichols (Portland), 6-foot-3, 290 pounds
DE/LB: Steve Fischer (Townshend), 6-foot-2, 280 pounds
LB: Troy Walton (Corcorran), 6-foot-1, 260 pounds
CB: Clancy Rollingford (Saugerties), 5-foot-11, 195 pounds
CB: Tyrriel Langston (Nicksia), 5-foot-9, 175 pounds
S: Chris Snell (Portland), 6-foot, 205 pounds

P: Chaz Hunter (holds for extra points and field goal attempts. Also the emergency third-string quarterback.)
K: Adam Novak
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Postby Northwest Kalactin » Mon Jun 22, 2020 8:26 pm

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: no
RP injuries to my players: yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: no
Suspend my players: yes
Godmod suspension events: no
Godmod other events: no
Style modifier: +5

Head coach: Fred smith
Offensive Coordinator: Sean Rodriguez
Defensive Coordinator: Roy Grey
The coaching team likes offense, a lot. They play a very offensive game. Expect the, to throw the ball a lot all the time. They believe a lead is never safe and you should always try to stack up the points. Fred Smit(, recently took the job at the very successful Akers State. As far as the Coordinators go, they are both coaches at the college level, who specialize in their selective categories.

Offensive Formation: Shotgun, Singleback
Offensive style of play: Run and Shoot
Defensive Formation: 4-3, 4-2-5

The Offense

Jack Nelson
David Morrison
Jack, the most well known quarterback in Northwest Kalactin, has a big arm and can heave the ball downfield very well. He is considered on of the smartest quarterbacks to ever play the game, and attended Akers State University. David is a much more mobile quarterback, and looks to ran the ball rather than pass.

Running Backs
James Gilbert
Jordan Green
Gane Dobson
Many running backs from the country tend to be ones that can catch the ball also, because of the nations emphasis on passing. Gilbert and Green definitely follow that model of player, being speedy backs that will catch the ball out of the backfield. Dobson however, likes to focus on overpowering his opponents, he is stronger than many defensive players and also attended Akers State.

Jordan Williams
Devin Reece
Kevin brooks
Andrew Walters
Aaron hepp
Jack Milas
Jordan houge
Robert Rivera
The WR is sometimes considered one of the, if not most important player on the field in Northwest Kalactin. Most of them are speedy red zone threats, that can burn you over the top. Kalactanian WRs try to create big plays on the field, however, they do run many high risk routes that can result in quite a few interceptions.

Tight Ends
Sam Bruner
Dylan curry
Teddy Wilson
Everyone knew that something was special about Sam Bruner from when he was little. He was always the strongest, fastest, biggest and tallest player on the field. He could play almost any position and excel at it. Bruner is a 6-6 tight end that is possibly a top 3 player on this offense. He is a great receiver, blocker and athlete. Most TEs try to help put with the passing attack in Kalactin, but with Bruner, you can do really anything.

Offensive Line:
Steven Bell
Drake Miller
Alex Coty
Dustin Cole
Steve Johnson
Christopher Torres
Grant Williams
Jeremiah Harvey
Malik King
The offensive line has one of the most important jobs in football, in Northwest Kalactin the main job for them is protecting the quarterback. The offensive line of the Kalactanians is a very large one, with their smallest lineman being the 6-2, 300 pound Malik King.]

The Defense
Peter Angeh (Edge Rusher)
Robby mills (Edge Rusher)
Blake Lucas (Tackle)
Trey seals (Edge Rusher)
Travis Reynolds (Edge Rusher)
Matt sparks (Tackle)
Gus smith (Tackle)
TJ Taylor (Tackle)
Tony Reid (Edge Rusher)
The D-line for the Kalactanians is considered the most important part of the field on defense. Nothing makes the coaches of the team happier than watching an opposing quarterback get sacked. Blake Lucas is the best defensive lineman in the history of the nation, and is entering his last cycle with the team.

Zack Swartz (Outside/EDGE)
Kaleb Patterson (MLB)
Birson Brown (Outside/DB)
Sam Martin (MLB)
DJ Hunter (Outside/EDGE)
Devon Johnson (MLB)
AJ Tyler (Outside/DB)
Davonte Allen (Outside/DB)
Many of the linebackers here, such as Davonte Allen, can also play at defensive back. Most linebackers from Kalactin are smaller than the ones from other nations, this is mainly because the Kalactanians try to prevent an air attach. The best players from this group are Zack Schwartz and Davonte Allen.

Defensive Back:
Cooper Selby (Free Safety)
Darios Johnson (Strong Safety)
Trey wafford (Nickel Back)
Shane tucker (Strong Safety)
Sean Wick (Dime Back)
Austin Louis (Free Safety)
Zack Rogers (CB)
DJ Harvey (CB)
The defensive backs of Northwest Kalactin are usually small, athletic ones. Cooper Selby, probably the best defensive player on the team, is the main Free Safety for the Kalactanians. Most of the players in this category are built to defend passes by interrupting the receiver, not the pass.

Special Teams
Jason sanders
Josh Willsonton

Jack Mackenzie
John Wilkins


———————— ———————————————————— Russell————Gilbert —————

Harvey —————— Mills—Lucas—Taylor- Reynolds —————— Rogers
—————— ——————Swartz— Patterson—Allen ——————— ————
—————— ——————Selby———————Johnson —————— ——————
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Postby Drawkland » Mon Jun 22, 2020 9:28 pm


World Bowl XXX Champions
World Bowl XXXV Champions

Name: Grid Corps
Colors: Black with Crimson trim
Denonyms: Drawkian or Drawkish, personal preference
TWELFTH World Bowl, Rank #2
Manager: Sam Willis
Head Coach: Quentin Averfel
[O] Alex Gerhardt
[D] Mathis Southers
[ST] George Lindholm

The former champions of the World Bowl (XXX and XXXV), the Grid Corps are back at it again and ready to rough up everyone on their way to the playoffs. While the last tournament featured the Corps being a nearly unstoppable juggernaut, they inevitably fell in the final to the Free Republics. They're thirsty for retribution. You can expect Drawkland to once again be a powerhouse in this tournament, and compete for another ring.

Here's the roster containing the names, numbers, and notes for each player. Players are listed in depth chart order.

As far as player rotation goes, generally the starters will go the entire match unless cases of injury or fatigue, obviously. Longtime veteran quarterback Dak Waterman has retired from World Bowl play, so Dustin Beck will be taking the starting job. There are currently no plans to have a two-QB system like there was before. At halfback, Jack Hoy will go for most of the game, except on short 3rd and 4th downs where Antonio Anders will be in. The lesser receivers (below Miller in the depth chart) will shuffle between drives and periods at random, depending on which player want to be in the most. Starting linemen will generally play the whole game. Defensively, the secondary will shuffle after the half on occasion. Some of the front 7 will shuffle as well, but generally Cross, Tomek, and Masters will always be in. Punters generally trade off punts. Watts always kicks field goals and Stig always does kickoffs.

#       NAME         NOTES

4 Dustin Beck Established young player. Dual threat QB. Great power, fast and elusive. Accuracy to be desired.
10 Zac Gold Solid pocket passer. Impossible to stop without pressure. Not the most clutch.

49 Jack Hoy Young talent. Small, fast, elusive. Can be unstoppable. Decent hands. Open field wonder.
33 Antonio Anders Older veteran RB. Slower but heavier. Power runner. Sheds tackles easily. 3rd down back.
23 Sammy Wilkins Blazing speed. Can outrun defenses but can't shed tackles easily. Lower football IQ.

42 Dominic Bishop Speedy for a Fullback. Can catch passes and run. Blocking a bit shoddy, but good IQ for it.
45 Gunne Viggo Veteran FB. Can run, but sometimes lacks ball security. Fantastic backfield blocker.

89 Daniel Madison Incredible speed, very tall, great hands. Hard to tackle. Usually requires double coverage.
16 Toby Miller Best hands in the business. Always fights for the ball, good in open field moves.
11 Trey Council Larger player. Nearly a TE. Hard to tackle. Catching is decent. Generally works in slot.
84 Roy Benn Can work from slot. Good hands, great on streaks. Imaginiative ball carrier vision.
85 Lou Reynolds Solid set of hands. Slower than most. Executes sideline catches the best.

87 Rich Covington Very good hands. Great on corner and out routes. Decent blocking. Good in the open field.
88 Riley Hoyt Reliable veteran TE. Can block as well as most O-linemen. Good over the middle.
81 Bobby Bennett Speedy for a TE. Decent hands and blocking. Used to create mismatches.

72 John Christell Great on double teams. Obviously best choice on pass blocking.
70 Niko Boyd Very talented lineman. Great at pass blocking, a bit shoddy on runs to the left.

69 Zach Barber Identifies blitzes very easily. High football IQ. Better for pass than run.
65 Timmo Folk Impossible to get past most times, but has low stamina and prone to injury.

55 Gordon Shiva Best center in Drawkland. Has never fumbled or false snapped over his long career. Good leader.
50 Eric Sanders Experienced. Decent Center. Mainly on the team as Long Snapper.

64 Tom Giles Great in the middle. Can overpower many huge defensive tackles and ends. Big man.
66 Jimmu Koios Good blocker. Fantastic for the run. Usually misses delayed blitzers.

75 Jeff Royle Fantastic at run blocking. Very good at pancakes and other special blocks.
74 Hades Gibbs Very decent blocker. Intentionally commits holding if he thinks he can get away with it.

#       NAME         NOTES

71 Phillip Tomek Slower player, but great on the line. Especially great for pass rushing. Hard to block.
51 David Hoffman Easily pushes around linemen. Can create pressure, but finds it hard to escape blocks.

90 Max Demetrio Very strong player. Slow, but relentless. Famous for pushing over many centers and guards.
92 Eric Rock Great against the run. Wraps up tackles very well. Sometimes outsmarts linemen.
99 Theo Killian Very strong, very large, very hard hitter. However, lacks a good amount of awareness.

77 Leo Cross Absolute monster. Relentless, tireless, strong and fast. Impossible to contain. Constant pressure.
79 Matthew Alessi Rookie player. Very good fundamentals. Smaller, can easily escape double teams.

54 Edmund Snyder Smaller and speedier, not quite enough to be a CB. Good in coverage and on the blitz.
52 Adair Van Canne Plays well against Tight Ends. Doesn't shed blocks well. Decent in coverage.

95 Keegan Masters Talented. Good skill set. Can cover middle of the field effectively. Best on the blitz.
40 Julius Wiley Very good against the run. Great on man coverage against backs or tight ends.
97 Harvey Donovan Rookie linebacker. Talented across the board (coverage, blitzing, run defense). Needs experience.

44 Abram Ali High awareness and football IQ. Great for delayed blitzes, fantastic in coverage for an LB.
48 Clay Lucas Team player. Plugs holes and takes on multiple blockers for teammates to get tackles.

25 Jordan Max High level player. Amazing fundamental skills. Seamless coverage, however less likely to get picks.
30 Osman Oswald Very good in all kinds of coverage. Very good against deep passes. Good open-field tackles.
36 Robert Lim Great nickel corner. Hits home very often on corner blitzes. Great for run defense.
31 Lenox Daley Rookie player. One of the best at baiting quarterbacks, gets many picks. Needs experience.

22 William Peers Taller than average. Lengthy, can easily grab or swat balls before other players get to them.
35 Dan Teodor Very good on run defense and in open field pursuit. Not easily juked on. Pass defense to be desired.

20 Ross Sterling Decent for safety blitzes. Reads plays very well. Fast, good hands, nearly a WR. Good against deep threats.
24 Wil Comso Great lurking safety. Hands aren't as good, but can reliably defend and deflect passes.

#       NAME         NOTES

7 Matthew Watts Most reliable kicker out there. Amazing range, and pinpoint accuracy. Responds well to pressure. Starting PK.
1 Raleigh Stig Largest range of any kicker, but accuracy isn't as up to snuff. Starting Kickoff Specialist.

8 Jason McFarland Specialty punter. Good leg, good accuracy, has a variety of kicks. Can also throw good balls for fake punts.
2 Vander Levy Big leg, and reasonably good accuracy. Not too crafty, and can't improvise very well.

50 Eric Sanders Starting long snapper. Very accurate and reliable snaps, makes holders' jobs easy.
55 Gordon Shiva Second long snapper in case Sanders is injured. Passable long snapper but not his forte.

10 Zac Gold When Dustin Beck is starting, Gold is the holder. Very good set of hands, never misplaces the ball.

49 Jack Hoy Generally returns kickoffs. Fast, small, zippy, hard to pin down. Can fit through small gaps.
89 Daniel Madison Generally returns punts. Smart, fast, tall. Can shed tackles easily and even jump over players if needed.

The name of the game for the Grid Corps is aggression and power.

The offense of the Grid Corps is balanced, splitting up responsibilities for yardage between running and passing plays. None is really favored over the other, since everybody on the team is good, but in crunch time situations, they're likely to pass more than run (although running is still used to keep the defense honest). The base formation is the shotgun, although the I, pistol, and sometimes singleback are still common. Most shotgun plays are run from a single RB set, although having a FB or another RB in the backfield isn't out of the ordinary. The most common personnel is RB-TE-WR-WR-WR, but the Corps is willing to mix any amount of personnel thanks to the depth and skill at their disposal.

Most running plays are either inside the tackles or just outside them. Stretch runs are rare unless the blocking is on point, or the opposing defense can't stop them. Zone running and power running are evenly split. Fullback-led runs are also very common, especially on third down and in the red zone. A very common play is a triple option out of the I formation: it could be a fullback handoff, a halfback pitch, or a quarterback keeper. The Wildcat formation always shows up a couple times a game, especially if the opposing defense is stumped. Passing plays have a lot of elements, not necessarily a vertical offense but not necessarily a conservative one either. Balls-out deep plays are rare, they're no stranger to going deep, but the OC prefers to run posts or double moves than straight fly routes. Deep routes are thrown relatively often to keep the defense honest thanks to the incredible QB and WR talent available. When the game is tight, the Corps is excellent at the hurry-up offense, having a deep playbook to constantly keep the defense off guard.

The defense is also aggressive. Blitzing is very, very common, as the defense is fearless. Even on non-blitz plays, the defensive linemen go all out, and if a player's zone is totally empty, they'll start rushing to the pocket (for better or worse). Man blitzes on first down are a regularity, but you likely won't see more than 3 non-linemen blitzing on a play (unless it's goalline, of course). When an opposing offense is stuck inside the five, the Corps will likely come out with everyone except the defensive backs blitzing. Scoring safeties are the pride of the Grid Corps, and thus they'll go for it as much as possible. They'll also pack the line on the other goalline inside the five, but if a team is 3rd/4th and Goal outside of the 7 or 8, they're likely to just pack the end zone with as many defensive backs as possible. When not in goalline formation, they'll usually opt for a 4-man rush. 4-3 and Nickel defenses are Corps staples, unless the situation calls for a change in strategy (obviously). The Corps runs both man and zone evenly, but prefers Cover 2 man. Usually they'll start with man coverage until the team they're playing shows proficiency in beating man, then they'll switch to zone with man and the trademark blitzes thrown in. Blitzes themselves are commonly done by the linebackers, corner and safety blitzes are highly unlikely as the Defensive Coordinator doesn't like bringing guys out of the secondary. Zone blitzes on crucial third downs have been known to happen. In all, they aren't afraid to take chances in big spots and bring pressure.

Special teams for the Grid Corps is hallmarked by fake plays. Whether it's a misleading kick return (moving all the blockers to the opposite side of the field from where the ball is going), lateral returns even when the game doesn't depend on it, passes or runs from special teams formations, or even simply pretending to fumble the ball to pull rushers out of their lanes, the Corps practices it all. In addition, the defensive special teams is highly aggressive. Rushing on punt returns, super fast kick blocks, or even line hurdling to block kicks. This is made much easier by the physiology of the Corps of course.

The Corps almost exclusively opts for two-points conversions for their first few touchdowns. In a blowout win, they'll likely shift to normal PATs after the half. Don't be surprised to see fake PATs to try and get the 2PC. The playbook is deep and the number of dynamic playmakers means that two point conversion plays are well-rehearsed, hence why they're pretty fearless going for it.

I recommend you read this. It contains important information on how Drawkians are different from your average human. In a nutshell, they're over 7 feet tall on average, and have larger proportions to match. Now, they're also lankier and less stocky all-around, but that doesn't mean some like a D-tackle can't get thick and muscular, it's not just not the average build. Now, this may conflict with some of your RPing preferences or make it harder to RP about us, so you're totally free to just ignore that and pretend we're the same as humans. That's totally your call, and I don't mind it either way.


For group stage home games, Drawkland will be playing in Metro Arena, the 150,000 seat indoor gridiron stadium in the heart of Metropolon, Drawkland's capital.

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes.
Choose Scoring Events: Yes.
Godmod Scoring Events: Hell yes.
RP Injuries to my Players: To an extent.
Godmod Injuries to my Players: Fine if it's funny or serves a story.
Godmod Other Events: Ditto ^
Style Modifier: +4.5

As far as these go, do anything except kill or brutally injure my major starters. Other than that, free reign. TG if you want to collab.
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Postby Drunk People at the Local Tavern » Mon Jun 22, 2020 9:41 pm

Drunk People at the Local Tavern

Drunk People at the Local Tavern are pleased to participate in the World Bowl!

Style modifier: +5

Starting Offense

QB: Rule Theriault
HB: Drawk
WR: Ranoria
WR: Main Nation's Leader
WR: Ko-oren
TE: Taeshan
LT: Allah Munnic
LG: Vanga Ziland
C: Michael "Rocketman" Newman
RG: Cassie
RT: Xan Neria

Starting Defense

LE: Geek Topia
DT: New England's Tom Brady
DT: Abanh Fleft
RE: Greater Nordics
SLB: Banija
ILB: Septentrionale McAlpine
WLB: Vels Trania
LCB: Tori Sakia
RCB: Aginana Usordia
FS: Lisa Nder
SS: Jacques Christine Royal

Special Teams
K: Equestrian Breeze
P: Kardi Tan
H: Dela Clava
KR/PR: Gregory Covello

Offensive and defensive backups (they can play any position on the field)

Gregory Covello
HUE Lavia
Bongo Johnson
Kal Actin
Kry Tenia
Dela Clava

Home stadium:

Cassie's backyard. Capacity: 25 (standing seats only)

Note 1: Cassie lives 500 yards from the local tavern.
Note 2: The stadium is primarily a baseball stadium but it can also be used for gridiron. End zones are located in 3rd base and right field. Sidelines are in left field and 1st base.


My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my runscorers: Yes
Choose my lineup: Yes
Follow my pitching rotation: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes but don't be abusive
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Eject my players: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes
Use DH at home: No
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Postby Saint Kanye » Mon Jun 22, 2020 11:03 pm

The KGB (Kanyean Gridiron Board) proudly presents St. Kanye's roster for World Bowl XXIX.


Full nation name: The Glorious Free Republic of Saint Kanye
Short nation name: St. Kanye
Trigramme: STK
Demonym: Kanyean (formal), Yeezie (informal)
Nickname: Surge
Colors: Purple, lime, black




Home primary: P/P/P
Home alternate: P/P/Bk
Away primary: P/W/P
Away alternate: P/W/W

All players and staff are male, starters in bold.


HC: Jeff Delphine
OC: Cory Myers
DC: Kevin Macintyre
ST: Ken Kirby


QB: #3 Landon Klein / #8 R.J. Linetti / #7 Harry Santos
RB: #34 Noah Sherman / #41 Randall Cole
FB: #33 Nico Jackson / #31 Blake Underwood
WR: #12 Bruce Dobler / #18 Patrick Moore / #13 Taylor Johns / #16 Hunter Lane / #17 Travis Delgado
TE: #80 Hussein Jeffers / #88 Greg Malloy / #85 Topher Brown
LT: #67 Nick King / #62 Devon Morse
LG: #66 Mike Coaston / #61 Robert Shannon
C: #63 J.R. Nichols / #69 Gordon Ferguson
RG: #64 Clay Conrad / #65 Jahar Gray
RT: #68 Rick King / #60 Mitch Grant


LE: #77 Simon Carver / #72 Liam Steele
RE: #78 Matt Dawson / #71 Jason Sparks
NT: #99 Robby Edison / #75 Jon Patel / #76 Ken Miles / #70 Edward Teller
LOLB: #52 Jasper Heath / #51 Zach Oakley
MLB: #56 Lamont Everett / #57 Jed Duncan / #54 Marcus Cantrell
ROLB: #53 Hansel Jones / #58 Alvin Faris
CB: #22 Aidan O'Connor / #21 Mason Schwartz / #28 Bernard Van Pelt / #27 Chaz Ramsey
FS: #40 Gary Bradman / #42 Raheem Kerrigan
SS: #45 Oliver Law / #37 Jake Tucker


K: #1 James Rasputin
P: #10 Chris Florence
LS: #50 Ruben Elroy


3DRB: #41 Randall Cole
KR: #13 Taylor Johns
PR: #88 Greg Malloy
KOS: #10 Chris Florence
Holder: #8 R.J. Linetti
Gunner1: #42 Raheem Kerrigan
Gunner2: #15 Isaak Clearwater
Off. Captain: #3 Landon Klein
Def. Captain: #40 Gary Bradman
ST Captain: #15 Isaak Clearwater


Offense: I Form, ~70% Pass, ~30% Run
Defense: 3-4, Blitz Happy
Special Teams: Always go for it on 4th and less than 5 and on opponent's side of field.


Pencurve Electronics Field, Kardashia, St. Kanye (original seating capacity 66,500; expansion containing 2,920 more seats completed recently)



Choose my scorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: N
Godmod Injuries to my players: N
Suspend my players: N
Godmod suspension events: N
Godmod other events: It depends. Coronavirus or pandemic-related RPs are NOT ALLOWED. THERE IS NO VIRUS OR PANDEMIC, OR ANY WAY OF HAVING ONE, IN OUR COUNTRY. TG otherwise.
Use real images for my players: Sure, as long as you don't use the Vikings. I HATE THE VIKINGS.
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Postby Ko-oren » Tue Jun 23, 2020 2:51 am

World Bowl 39 - Ko-orenite National Team

The Dragonflies entered World Bowl 38 with a title and the #1 spot on the rankings - and promptly did everything to lose that status, not finishing among the best 16(!) and losing in the group stage to Karditan and Newmanistan. At 3-2, Newmanistan and Anthor advanced to the next round. We're not the only ones coming off of a poor Bowl, so that's something.

The coaching committees have been left in the past, moving to a (mostly) dedicated coaching staff with some input from the 12 Top League teams as well as the Salamantic Universities Professors.

Coaching Staff
Stij Batterink (head coach)
Offence: Val Hardman (offensive coordinator), Simon Palmsterk (QB), Yv Garnier (RB), Teonnach yLawdmell (WR), Olivier Olander (OLine)
Defence: Luc Jauffret (defensive coordinator), Stewart Cropp (DLine), Tednawf yGastaff (LB), Listenau Jenurdherinden (DBacks)
Special Teams: Duncan Huckstep (ST coordinator)

The offence is better than ever, with a bigger focus on throwing the ball. Selection protocols and training has given rise to a much better receiving corps that should be able to compete with the best secondaries in the World Bowl. Expectations are especially high for Junstarin, leader of the new generation of receivers, as well as Whitlock, who is probably the only recognisable receiver from previous Bowls. Reeman will likely get the lion's share of snaps at quarterback, with intermittent play from Parkes when a score is needed fast, and Arerira will play when the clock needs to be killed. The running backs are fine, starting with Thorebourne.

The offensive line is balanced in terms of pass/run protection, capable of plenty of tricks, but can definitely be overpowered by rushers.

All in all, the offence is great in terms of tactics, organisation, and communication, but is not particularly powerful or athletic.

QB Robin Reeman (36 - ImageSterrenwolde Dragonflies), QB Stanley Parkes (31 - ImageEaglebury Emperors), QB Aolif Arerira (30 - ImageAerellen Explosions)
FB Ellsworth Labey (25 - ImageMayara Wolves)
RB Spencer Galway (27 - ImageSchemerdrecht 65ers), RB Alastair Thorebourne (23 - ImageGreencaster Godspeed), RB Sidney Paterson (23 - ImageNoordrug Astronauts)
WR Golatisu Junstarin (28 - ImageMayara Wolves), WR Roe Fineman (23 - ImageGreencaster Godspeed), WR Lilisun Ranindhen (27 - ImageMawryshire Centaurs)
SR Lloyd Whitlock (27 - ImageMayara Destroyers), SR Alulura Aidivan (25 - ImageSchemerdrecht Admirals), SR Tim Porden (24 - ImageSchemerdrecht 65ers)
TE Paul Antonsen (26 - ImageNoordrug Astronauts), TE Kas Voorhorst (24 - ImageAerellen Explosions), TE Bruce Suthmeer (24 - ImageEaglebury Emperors)

LT Sibren Schooten (28 - ImageSchemerdrecht Admirals), LT Jo Altink (23 - ImageWillowbourne Saints)
LG Xenxo Fragoso (27 - ImageMayara Destroyers), LG Auhonen Haustedhaungen (21 - ImageEaglebury Emperors)
CE Fellaws ySegrwm (31 - ImageMawryshire Centaurs), CE Adé Gavreau (26 - ImageWillowbourne Saints)
RG Larel Norali (27 - ImageAerellen Explosions), RG Tjibbe ter Brinke (30 - ImageSchemerdrecht Admirals)
RT Adri Couturier (29 - ImageAerellen Explosions), RT Nathan Schildwacht (23 - ImageWillowbourne Saints), RT Elisha Witvos (26 - ImageSchemerdrecht 65ers)

Welcome to one of the best defences in the Multiverse. The line focuses on stopping the run and unfortunately has little pass rushing capabilities. Blitzes are used frequently, yet unpredictably, and are aimed at putting the linebackers or the secondary in sacking opportunities. The linebackers are great, hard to shake off, and good in coverage. The secondary is where the defence shines, with world-class players at all positions, including depth. Henry and Casey are our best on-ball linebackers, and the off-ball linebackers should share snaps. In the secondary, Mesjathaunden is a turnover machine, Dollen is always in the right place to make a play, and the corners are like glue.

LE Leon Ahern (21 - ImageAerellen Explosions), LE Hugo Sparre (23 - ImageWillowbourne Saints)
LD Jorgan Rusadhin (28 - ImageMayara Destroyers), LD Hubbe Braakjans (27 - ImageSchemerdrecht 65ers), LD Maukiliru Gomoltinden (26 - ImageSterrenwolde Dragonflies)
RD Marc Gérald (25 - ImageAminey Caspians), RD Veja Stroo (27 - ImageMayara Destroyers)
RE Eutelo Abráldez (31 - ImageSchemerdrecht Admirals), RE Iwane Sugimoto (22 - ImageMawryshire Centaurs)

SB Gabe Henry (29 - ImageGreencaster Godspeed), SB Roch Dujardin (26 - ImageEaglebury Emperors), SB Roja Schutte (29 - ImageAerellen Explosions)
MB Henry Casey (32 - ImageGreencaster Godspeed), MB Rein Keijser (27 - ImageSchemerdrecht 65ers), MB Molrak Kinportinden (26 - ImageMayara Wolves)
WB Arvid Holmgroen (26 - ImageNoordrug Astronauts), WB Seymour Cause (29 - ImageSchemerdrecht Admirals), WB Kalle Hartszoon (26 - ImageSterrenwolde Dragonflies)

LC Camille Dutertre (24 - ImageAminey Caspians), LC Max Devilliers (23 - ImageGreencaster Godspeed), LC Elwood Guillan (24 - ImageMayara Wolves)
SS Peter Dollen (27 - ImageSterrenwolde Dragonflies), SS Chilra Minjarrah (29 - ImageEaglebury Emperors), SS Sadhaulak Dakitherinthen (27 - ImageNoordrug Astronauts)
FS Lilgaunin Mesjathaunden (28 - ImageMayara Destroyers), FS Ron Fortuin (26 - ImageWillowbourne Saints)
RC Aelithage Ecaliris (27 - ImageSterrenwolde Dragonflies), RC Jalu Vigouroux (24 - ImageMawryshire Centaurs), RC Clinton Dwyer (25 - ImageWillowbourne Saints)

Special Teams
PK Abner Bennett (29 - ImageGreencaster Godspeed), PK Edmund Brownhill (28 - ImageWillowbourne Saints)
PU Llanwll yPenmheos (25 - ImageSterrenwolde Dragonflies), PU Gus Bourbeau (24 - ImageMayara Destroyers)
PR Peril Garsasunthen (30 - ImageMayara Wolves), PR Go Bronsvoord (21 - ImageGreencaster Godspeed)
LS Elothe Aecherin (26 - ImageMayara Destroyers), LS Sergaskun Mithulinden (25 - ImageNoordrug Astronauts)

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: No
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: No
Suspend my players: Yes
Godmod suspension events: No
Godmod other events: Yes

Style mod: -5
Trigramme: KOR - Demonym: Ko-orenite - Population: 27.270.096
Sports Domestic Sports Newswires - RPable People - Info Factbook Storefronts Loro Language Schools - Goliæth Sports Café - Call for bids!
Champions 1x CoH - 1x AOCAF - 1x WBC - 3x World Bowl - 1x IBC - 1x T20 WC - 3x RUWC - 1x RLWC - 1x HWC - 1x Beach Cup
Runners-up 1x AOCAF - 1x WBC - 2x World Bowl - 4x IBC - 1x AOHC - 1x GCF Test Cricket - 2x RUWC - 1x WLC - 1x FHWC
Hosts 1x World Bowl - 1x WCOH - 1x T20 WC - 1x RUWC - 1x FHWC

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Postby Squidroidia » Tue Jun 23, 2020 6:10 am

Road to the World Bowl

The Squidroidian Flyers

Episode 1 - For the Mom

Immediately after it was announced that the Squidroidians were heading to their first ever World Bowl, the multiversal championship for gridiron football, head coach Colonel Ebisawa Tanyu was right at work. The madness that was the 96 team Squidroidian Inter-Regiment Football Tournament left the man with a lot of tape to sift to form a competent national team capable of slogging out a 10 game group stage to make his dream come true - The Playoffs. Sitting in an small, empty auditorium, Colonel Tanyu just did what he always do with his Regiment 20 boys - Watch the game tape from the group stage games to the Squidroidian Bowl. This was a tough process for anyone, not just the Colonel. Finding a 53 man squad to represent one nation, one who prefers "Soccer football" over gridiron, was tough. There were 100 players that looked like national team quality, so it was hard to narrow it down to a squad that had enough depth for a 10 game+ season. Nevertheless he would get it done.

After a week of just sloshing through the tapes, examining dozens of capable Squidroidian football players, he finally got it down. Colonel Tanyu knew the team he was going to send for the journey he and his country will make to try to shock the NationStates. Now all he had to do was to submit it to the World Bowl council... Problem was that somebody was waiting for him. It was the Squidroidian Bowl Most Valuable Player himself, Chiziwa Hideyoshi.

"Hey boss, I know the World Bowl is coming up quick and fast... Remember the press conference when this whole deal was announced? Back when I said I wanted to be the starting quarterback?"

"Sir, I remember with all my heart... That's why I put you top of my QB depth chart since we left the room. You have the talent that I haven't seen from a quarterback in a very long time. I hope you're ready to go to on the time of your life towards Delaclava."

"Boss... That's not why I'm here. I'm here because yesterday..." Chiziwa's eyes started to tear. "...M-my mother, my sweet sweet mother... She died. Heart attack while watching the news. I was there, she looked like God was calling her..."

"Look, Mr. Hideyoshi. I've been there before. My mother and father died just 3 days apart, my mom from a serial killer and my dad... From utter grief. They're watching down on me, this wise mind of the beautiful game, hoping to make them proud. I'm doing that well, as they would probably say."

Colonel Tanyu then got out of his seat and hugged his boy, Squidroidia's Captain Fantastic, the supposed quarterback of the national team. "It's alright, I know you're sad from all of this, but we have a World Bowl coming up against the best teams in the sport. Mr. Hideyoshi, you can leave now and mourn over your loss... Or you can fight for your mom and represent Squidroidia for her."

"Boss... That's cool and all, but this hurts me on a more physical level... It's hard to cope with such a loss days before fighting for your country, but football is my life, Colonel... I will make Mom proud and stay with your setup."

"That's my Hideyoshi! Never giving up, never giving in!" Colonel Tanyu would laugh and hug the quarterback harder before patting his back. "So then, I think you want to see the team I thought up of, right?"

"Bring it to the star of the Squidroidian show baby!" Rubbing his fingers to signal how "money" he was from his plays in the tournament. Without hesitation the head coach would bring it up to the quarterback, and he would smile. "I agree with this, it's a good team."

"Then let's fight for Mom and Country!"


Official National Team Setup

Head Coach - Colonel Ebisawa Tanyu
Offensive Coordinator - Colonel Sadow Saikaku
Defensive Coordinator -Colonel Kouumoto Kaii
Special Teams Coach - Colonel Miyamoto Saikaku

Starters highlighted in bold
Quarterback - Chiziwa Hideyoshi, Aozora Yasushi, Goya Juro
Halfback - Takenaka Hanshiro, Hiraoka Mitsuharu
Fullback - Murakami Aki, Okazaki Shuzo
Wide Reciever - Furuse Tomoyuki, Sando Soseki, Matsuura Koyo, Okuyama Tabito, Watari Sadaharu
Tight End - Sakurai Eitoku, Yakumo Masujiro, Suzukaze Munoto
Left Tackle - Araya Nariakira, Mitsue Moronobu
Right Tackle - Tengan Toshimichi, Yoshii Hitoshi
Left Guard - Yada Sozen, Tatsuda Shogo
Right Guard - Okazaki Nori, Kure Tadamichi
Center - Seto Mikio, Inai Matabei

Starters highlighted in bold
Left End - Obara Nobuharu, Tamanaha Yodo
Right End - Shima Taisho, Uesato Robun
Defensive Tackle - Sada Tomeo, Togoshi Yukichi, Takara Takuya
Left Outside Linebacker - Oba Kenshin, Gamo Yodo
Middle Linebacker - Baba Kageyasu, Kugo Hyotaru
Right Outside Linebacker - Takara Teruo, Morishige Kiyohira
Cornerback{/b] - [b]Ogura Konyo, Hayashida Yakamochi, Takamoto Toshitsugu, Katsura Hirotada
Free Safety - Nakano Takechi, Katsura Hirotada
Strong Safety - Inai Toyotomi, Nara Hyobe

Special Teams
Starters highlighted in bold
Kicker - Tone Dayu
Punter - Yamauchi Gonshiro
Longsnapper - Yabuta Maresuke, Miyake Gennosuke
Holder - Hayabusa Kenji, Hirayama Bakin
Kick/Punt Returner - Wide Receiver Sando Soseki

Home: Mostly blue, some white
Away: Mostly white, some blue

Home Stadium
Inkopolis City Stadium is the biggest stadium in the country of Squidroidia, holding 50,000 people. It's primary focus is association football, but can be reconfigured for American football, lacrosse and rugby union and league if needed. The stadium is home to Inkopolis FC of the Squidroidian Super League and also hosts the Squidroidian Cup Semi-Finals and Final.

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers:Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes, TG me
RP injuries to my players: Yes, 1-2 games
Godmod Injuries to my players: Yes, no career-enders, TG me otherwise
Suspend my players: Yes, 1-2 games for 1 player
Godmod suspension events: No:
Godmod other events: Yes, unless it's corona

Style - +1
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Postby Torisakia » Tue Jun 23, 2020 8:10 am


Torisakia National Gridiron Football Team

Nation Name: The Democracy of Torisakia
Demonym: Torisakians
Nickname: Ice Birds
Sponsors: Æ Insurance, Fuelize, TicketFlip, Brewbin: Drink Resonsibly
Schemes: West Coast/Pro (offense), 3-3-5 (3 DL, 3 LB, 5 DB) (defense)
Style Modifier: +4



Head Coach: Gregory Debay (Auerila Extreme)
AHC/Offensive Coordinator: David Swango (Douglas-La Pryor Indians)
Defensive Coordinator: Rick Denman (Tokai United Raiders)
Special Teams Coordinator: Cleo Collins (Alderney Criminals)
Strength & Conditioning: Joss McNeil (Presidents City Senators)
Pack-mule(Equipment Manager): Duzy Gruby Tylek (some guy off the street)

Tokai Memorial Stadium
Capacity: 92,138
Location: Tokai, TK
Team: Tokai Ice Birds
Matchdays: MD1

Vinewood Bowl
Capacity: 90,800
Location: Douglas-La Pryor, DLP
Team: Douglas La Pryor Indians
Matchdays: MD2

Stadium of Peace
Capacity: 86,450
Location: Yasui, YS
Team: Yasui Black Magic
Matchdays: MD4

Kirk & Hilton Heights
Capacity: 82,630
Location: Presidents City, PC
Team: Presidents City Senators
Matchdays: MD8

Estadio Nacional de González Isla
Capacity: 68,530
Location: Gonzalez Isle City, GZI2
Team: Gonzalez Isle national gridiron football team
Matchdays: MD10

1OOC: The pictures provided of the stadiums is roughly what they would look like IRL, except for a few color changes (i.e. blue seating for Tokai Memorial)
2Gonzalez Isle is a territory of Torisakia

C = Captain KR = kickoff returner PR = Punt returner KOS = Kickoff Specialist LS = Long snapper
Bold indicates starter
Position Number NameTFL Team
QB#17Aaron SpadyCBerchem Linx
QB#8David RamosTokai United Raiders
QB#12Branson KnowlesAuerila Extreme
RB#33Michael PrickettTokai Ice Birds
RB#24Ben FlintGrand Cane Aztecs
RB#6Derryl WilliamFishmarket North Troubodours
FB#36Ryan SharkeyFishmarket South Trojans
WR#4Cliff BoldenKRTokai Ice Birds
WR#81Jay AbaroaDorrsville Mustangs
WR#87Theo ShepherdDouglas-La Pryor Indians
WR#12Quindel LorisAC Koradai Knightraiders
WR#1Elias KuzmanLancet Ironheads
TE#84A.J. BryceBerchem Linx
TE#80Lucas DunbarBeachport Seahawks
TE#82Irwin VarleyBeechwood City Fury
LT#70Antonio KoulWillis Valkyries
LT#75Dalton EwartCrandall-Kian Logan Mastodons
LG#66Marco MathersOgino Fire Ninjas
LG#61Jacob MarceloAuerila Extreme
C#74Juwan PolkAuerila Extreme
C#76Lucian TuffLSBeachgate Thunderwolves
RG#69Michael MattesTokai City Sunraiders
RG#60Ben ArmandoPresidents City Senators
RT#72Terrance JacklinsonTokai Ice Birds
RT#79Jack BousaidFishmarket North Troubodours
DT#56Eric BostilloEast Lake Jethawks
DT#59Krist MartellFishmarket South Trojans
DT#91Jon SantamaLancet Ironheads
LE#94Stephen BransonFishmarket North Troubodours
LE#53Reily MancoASFC Criminals
RE#51Cyrus BeckittDouglas La-Pryor Indians
RE#50Dylan DwightMushai Devil Rays
LOLB#6Elijah RoseAlderney Criminals
LOLB#32Kieron BennettLancet Ironheads
MLB#35Bailey McNielJerryville Cauchos
MLB#55Travis LeburnSuffolk Phantoms
MLB#33Terrence McBrydeYasui Black Magic
ROLB#41Kyeon WilkersonBerchem Linx
ROLB#42Parker DeMarcoSouthwestern Lake State University
CB#17Darrell HydenKRDouglas-La Pryor Indians
CB#22Cedric TroyFishmarket North Troubodours
CB#3Armell PaulActer Tigers
CB#27Emmett MichaelsDrake State University
CB#10Paxton SartiOgino Fire Ninjas
CB#26Chris AlveyState College of Jennison
FS#31Asim HawkinsTokai Ice Birds
FS#2Gabe ComtoisYasui Black Magic
FS#7Maurice MathiesonPRBeachport Seahawks
SS#29Rodney McFarlanePresidents City Senators
SS#28Kevin CarilloJerryville Cauchos
SS#11Braylon GrafEast Island City Lions
K#37Matthew DeBerryKOSJerryville Cauchos
K#98Evan FeldtRobbie State University
P#16Joseph WalckAuerila Extreme
P#97Brent AmstelWestdyke Admirals

MD1: vs Sarzonia (@ Tokai Memorial Stadium)
MD2: vs Northwest Kalactin (@ Vinewood Bowl)
MD3: @ Kohnhead
MD4: vs Free Republics (@ Stadium of Peace)
MD5: @ The Greater Nordics
MD6: @ Sarzonia
MD7: @ Northwest Kalactin
MD8: vs Kohnhead (@ Kirk & Hilton Heights)
MD9: @ Free Republics
MD20: vs The Greater Nordics (@ Estadio Nacional de González Isla)

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: No
RP injuries to my players: Yes, TG me first and I will determine severity
Godmod Injuries to my players: No
Suspend my players: Yes, TG me first and I will determine how long they are suspended for
Godmod suspension events: No
Godmod other events: Yes, as long as no injury or death befalls my players or staff without my explicit permission.
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Postby Krytenia » Tue Jun 23, 2020 3:54 pm


Player ages in brackets, and sorted by position, followed by likelihood of playing (most likely at the top). In Krytenia, the World Bowl is on an annual schedule.

Head coach : Mark KINGDOM (52)

Quarterbacks (jerseys 1-9)
5 - John HANGELAND (27) - QB
7 - Darren SAVAGE (25) - QB
8 - Charlie WALKER (23) - QB

Offensive Pass Carriers (jerseys 11-19, 21-29)
23 - Paul ORTON (33) - WR
13 - Gary ORTON (30) - WR
16 - Neil COVELLO (24) - WR
22 - Thomas FINCH (25) - WR
17 - Will WAWRINKA (27) - WR
24 - Xavier SAINT-PIERRE (23) - TE
19 - Ian GOUGH (25) - TE

Offensive Runners (jerseys 31-39, 41-49)
36 - Matt FALLAGA (24) - HB
42 - Graham TURNER (28) - HB
37 - Craig RADLEY (26) - FB

Offensive Linemen (jerseys 51-59, 61-69)
66 - Nathan OURUMOV (27) - C
55 - Howard THORNTON (28) - C
54 - Darren HADISI (24) - OT
58 - Thomas TEKRAM (23) - OT
67 - Owen ALTON (27) - OT
61 - Phillip ZUFIN (30) - OT
62 - Junior KANN (25) - G
53 - Stephen ROUVAS (22) - G
59 - Andrew GIBBONS (30) - G
63 - Oliver URIC (28) - G

Defencemen (jerseys 71-79, 81-89, 91-99)
95 - Nicholas COTILLARD (25) - DT
88 - Martin BLAMIRE (27) - DT
76 - Harry JOHNSON (22) - DT
96 - Alan LAHAR (24) - DT
83 - Mitchell NIEMEIER (31) - DE
72 - Luke TAYLOR (27) - DE
78 - Declan DALES (20) - DE
91 - Mark SCHWARZ (27) - MLB
89 - Phillip BIANCHI (24) - MLB
85 - Alan BETTS (30) - OLB
75 - Michael FRANCE (25) - OLB
81 - Peter HARTREE (21) - OLB
93 - Mike DURIC (23) - OLB
87 - Victor SCHNEIDER (26) - CB
77 - James NAYLOR (28) - CB
92 - Thomas SPRINGER (25) - CB
74 - Stephen JUNGER (31) - S
79 - Charles PLATT (26) - S
71 - Brian RAPAPORT (26) - S

Special Teams (usually jerseys X0)
10 - David FREEDMAN (30) - P*
50 - Evan COBB (24) - KR/PR
70 - John ALLEYNE (28) - K

Retired Jerseys
Confirmed - 9 (Mark Kingdom, QB); 20 (Liam Jessop, K); 21 (Wayne Vingtetun, WR)
Pending - none

Krytenia have two sets of uniforms; their orange, navy, and white "regular" uniforms, and "rivalry" uniforms using a sky blue, navy, and white scheme, usually worn against nations against which Krytenia have a long-standing rivalry or similar.


RP PERMISSIONS (also, see Style Guide below)
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: Within reason, unless Rule of Cool/Funny applies.
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes, though ask first for anything more serious than a game-ender.
Godmod Injuries to my Players: Within reason, unless Rule of Cool/Funny applies.
Godmod Other Events: Within reason, unless Rule of Cool/Funny applies.

Krytenia play a pass-based game, with little to no rushing offence. This is a cultural thing, and as such the defence will also be better against a passing game than a rushing one. Blitzes are common, as are long passes and the shotgun in the offence. Krytenian fans are patriotic, if largely uninformed about the game.

Style Modifier: +3
KRYTENIA: Losing in semi-finals since 2004.
Capital: Emberton ⍟ RP Population: ~180,000,000 ⍟ Trigram: KRY ⍟ iTLD: .kt ⍟ Demonym: Krytenian, Krytie (inf.)
Languages: English (de jure), Spanish, French, Welsh (official regional only)

Hosts: Cup of Harmony VII, AOCAF I, Cup of Harmony XV, World Cup XXIV, AOCAF XIII, World Cup XXIX, AOCAF XVII, AOCAF XXIII, World Cup XL, Cup of Harmony XXXII, Baptism of Fire XXXII, AOCAF XXVII, Baptism of Fire XXXVI, World Cup L, Baptism of Fire XL, Cup of Harmony LXIV, AOCAF XLVIII, World Cup LXXV, AOCAF LX
Champions: AOCAF LII
Runner-Up: AOCAF VII, World Cup LVIII
Creator, AOCAF & Cygnus Cup - Host, VI Winter Olympics (Ashton) & VII Summer Olympics (Emberton)

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Postby HUElavia » Tue Jun 23, 2020 4:52 pm

HUElavia National (Gridiron) Football Team Squad:

#7: Rodrigo Gomez
#13: Samuel Afonso
#16: Mateo Rodriguez

Running Backs-
#28: Marcos Perez
#30: Jaguar Silva
#35: Ken Tonegawa

Full Backs:
#31: Chadrick Moreno
#38: Norberto Teixeira

Wide Receivers:
#11: Diogo Fernandes
#12: Eric Martinez
#17: Luca Fernandez
#80: Rafael Gallegos
#88: Cornelio Correia

Tight Ends:
#81: Tomas Fonseca
#82: Gao Ling
#89: Eugenio Silva

#60: Lenard Lambert
#65: Salvador Torres

#62: Ajax Silva
#63: Amando Moreno
#71: Martin Sanchez
#72: Gabriel Rocha

#68: Didier Vincent
#69: Riel Oliver
#70: Benjamim Silva
#75: Rogelio Gomez

Nose Tackles:
#90: Eduardo Santos
#93: Lombardi Perez
#95: Artemiy Pavlov

Defensive Ends:
#78: Blas Torres
#79: Evren Smirnov
#98: Gabriel Teixeira
#99: Paulo Martinez

#52: Raheem Roux
#53: Michele Marrero
#54: Julio Carvalho
#55: Dario Moreno
#56: Mikhail Sokolov
#57: Jax Lopez
#58: Pyotr Petrov

#20: Kentaro Miyamoto
#21: Simao Amor
#24: Parker Bowman
#25: Umberto Fernandez

Free Safeties:
#22: Sergio Machado
#41: Tomas Aspas

Strong Safeties:
#23: Vincente Moretti
#42: Zhong Lao

#1: Francis Sanchez

#5: Xavier Santos


Starting Lineup:

Offense- #7 Rodrigo Gomez, #30 Jaguar Silva, #11 Diogo Fernandes, #80 Rafael Gallegos, #81 Tomas Fonseca, #60 Lenard Lambert, #62 Ajax Silva, #63 Amando Moreno, #69 Riel Oliver, #70 Benjamim Silva

Defense- #90 Eduardo Santos, #95 Artemiy Pavlov, #98 Gabriel Teixeira, #99 Paulo Martinez, #52 Raheem Roux, #54 Julio Carvalho, #56 Mikhail Sokolov, #20 Kentaro Miyamoto, #21 Simao Amor, #22 Sergio Machado, #23 Vincente Moretti

Special Teams: #1 Francis Sanchez (Kicker), #5 Xavier Santos (Punter), #88 Cornelio Correia (Kick Returner), #17 Luca Fernandez (Punt Returner)

Touchdown Song:
Style: +1.5

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes.
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but nothing serious
Godmod Injuries to my players: No
Suspend my players: No
Godmod suspension events: No
Godmod other events: Yes.
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Anti: Religious Fundamentalism, Christian Right, War, Authoritarian dictatorships, Science Denial, Terrorists of any kind, Euroskeptics
Economic: -2.13, Social: -5.33
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Postby Mathuvan Union » Tue Jun 23, 2020 5:07 pm

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: no
Godmod scoring events: no
RP injuries to my players: yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: no
Suspend my players: yes
Godmod suspension events: no
Godmod other events: no

Starting Lineup
Head Coach - Matt Elam
Defensive Coordinator - Liam Ericsson
Offensive Coordinator - John Old

Nose Tackle - Matt Kones
Right Defensive End - Cory Alap
Left Defensive End - Joe Astroll
Right Defensive Tackle - Anton Eteau
Left Defensive Tackle - Liam DePart

Left Outside Linebacker - Luke Kuché
Middle Linebacker - John O’Groats
Right Outside Linebacker - Leif Anderson

Cornerback - Eric Elect
Cornerback - John O’Cone

Safety - Liam Eschtae
Safety- Cory Affleck

Special Teams
Kicker - Leif Luden
Place Kicker - James Lunden
Punter - Jimmy Carts
Long Snapper - Anton Efto
Kick Returner/Punt Returner - Eric Elect

Quarterback - Cam Newstone
Running back/halfback - Christian McMast
Running back/full back - Jonathan Stewart

Right Guard - Trey Turke
Left Guard- Gustavs Milhaud
Right Tackle - Johnathan Newton
Left Tackle - Matthew Miken
Centre - Jimmy Caster

Wide Receiver - Eli Manchester
Wide Receiver - Marcus Aston
Wide Receiver - Liam Leeds
Tight End - Christian Mountain

Wide receivers - Johnny Auster, Rowan Axten, Marquis Malik
Tight End - Gilbert Highton
Offensive Tackles - George McMast, Mike Majestic, Luke Lorania
Offensive Guards - Mathew Matthu
Centre - Liam Lederman

Quarterback - Cam Newingarone
Running backs - Terry Locks, Terrence Ausal

Kicker Jimmy Londres
Punter - Moses Mosly

Defensive Ends - Liam Zims, Rowan Ersth, Erik Axten
Defensive Tackles - Julian Chérê, Jules Vernes
Backs (all defensive) - Merrick Dulles, Cameron Austerity, John Major, Maquis Maquiladora
Safety - Gilbert Motiér

Notes On Play
Built on a quarterback who can run fast and pass well. Partially run oriented.
style: +2.3

The Uniforms are Crimson, Gold, and Navy Blue. Numbers are on the front upper left, back and shoulders. Helmets are Gold with Navy Blue Stripes and a White Crown on both sides.
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Postby Free Republics » Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:12 pm

Free Republics National Football Team
World Bowl XXXVIII Champions
Brought to you by the Nicholls Enterprises Football League (NEFL)


Base Formation: Flexbone (Offense), 46 (Defense)
Style Modifier: +2
Colors: Blue and White
Head Coach - Katakin Maier (F)
Offensive Coordinator - Agrican Langelier (M)
Defensive Coordinator - Eddie Soderstrom (M)
Special Teams Coordinator - Sulimbek Arsanukayev (M)
QB Coach - Matthew Atkins (M)
RB Coach - Kevin Jakab (M)
WR Coach - Bart Wozniak (M)
TE Coach - Americo Terrazas (M)
OL Coach - Tokito Sanwa (M)
DL Coach - Areb Farias (M)
LB Coach - Izaak Marshall (M)
DB Coach - Emilie Hoff (F)
Conditioning Coach - Eve Gale (F)

Roster (age & gender in parentheses)

Starting Offense

QB - #1 Dania Sandberg (22, F)
FB - #44 Makharbi Barsukov (30, M)
SB - #37 Park Han (27, M)
SB - #31 Jonas Hetland (25, M)
WR - #88 Marianna Szep (26, F)
WR - #80 Wang Pan (30, M)
LT - #62 Nicolay Vollan (32, M)
LG - #66 Tenyuu Bouzuki (33, M)
C - #65 Tao Tu (28, M)
RG - #61 Sying Lei (24, M)
RT - #68 Sherip Dratchev (35, M)

Other Frequently Used Offensive Players

FB - #48 Yuan Chien (26, M)
FB - #40 Argun Korgay (31, M)
SB/WB - #34 Rita Alaja (25, F)
WR - #83 Zack Parkes (37, M)
TE - #89 Alauddin Panova (26, M)

Starting Defense

LE - #92 Spaso Pozarnik (30, M)
DT - #94 Mateo Nyberg (34, M)
DT - #97 David Kvamme (27, M)
RE - #95 Ganix Lerma (25, M)
"Jack" LB - #57 Dagman Bisliev (27, F)
"Charley" LB - #52 Alex Dale (36, M)
MLB - #56 Charles McAdam (23, M)
SS - #46 Pasi Pappila (27 , M)
CB - #29 Hanna Ostrowska (25, F)
FS - #27 Masuo Nakashima (34, M)
CB - #22 Hilma Andreasson (27, F)

Other Frequently Used Defensive Players

DE - #78 Demeter Kartal (27, M)
DT - #73 Erik Beckenbauer (28, M)
DE - #99 Svjetlana Maric (25, F)
LB - #50 Sandra Purvis (32, F)
LB - #59 Razmus Nyman (27, M)
Nickel - #20 Tranquillo Romani (24, M)
Dime - #25 Argus Valdez (31, M)
Extra Safety - #23 Al Christiansen (26, M)

Special Teams

K - #3 Takehiko Susui (35, M)
P - #19 Jeppe Bak (25, M)
KR/PR - #13 Marta Remer (22, F)
KR - #82 Ines Fallaci (21, F)
LS - #70 Luke Bryant (26, M)

Backups and Reserves

QB - #5 Selam Hamer (27, M)
QB - #14 Marcus Lind (31, M)
QB - #7 Murray Taylor (24, M)
FB - #28 Emori Kuhabara (23, M)
FB - #49 Leroy Barnard (30, M)
SB - #35 Velma Camp (26, F)
SB - #30 Mark Bieber (30, M)
SB - #32 Thekla Isayeva (23, F)
WR - #85 Nedeljko Jovic (26, M)
TE - #81 Rasmus Mathiasen (25, M)
OT - #67 Kajetan Symanski (27, M)
OT - #72 Alicia Goransson (25, F)
OG - #60 Navila Garcia (27, F)
OG - #63 James Fain (30, M)
C - #64 Alex Lund (23, M)
DE - #98 Marshall Bisson (27, M)
DE - #91 Mick Hands (30, M)
DT - #93 Jadzia Nowakowska (26, F)
DT - #90 Giona Moretti (28, M)
LB - #58 Miko Aoyama (24, F)
LB - #55 Margherita Costa (26, F)
CB - #21 Monique Lamoureux (25, F)
CB - #24 Andreas Petretic (29, M)
SS - #41 Samantha Perkins (23, F)
SS - #47 Tara Kelly (30, F)
FS - #26 Jens Jepsen (31, M)

Notes on Style of Play

The Flexbone is an offense that is built around athletic quarterbacks who can run and pass. If a quarterback is injured, a new one will step in and will run a similar style of offense. Triple options are a significant part of the offense but the slotbacks are very capable pass receivers and the fullback is a capable inside runner. There is also a variant of the Flexbone that utilizes a tight end. In this variant, one of the slotbacks moves out to the wing to become a wingback. While they will run the ball around two thirds of the time, passing plays can be extremely effective in this offense and they will go after the opposing defense with pass plays if they focus too heavily on stopping the run.

The Republican version of the 46 defense relies heavily on pressure and pre-snap movement. The strong safety in this defense is more comparable to a linebacker. The aim of this defense is to shut down the run and force the opposing QB to throw quickly. Against spread formations, they will drop extra men into coverage. While the linebackers will have trouble covering fast wide receivers man-to-man, they are fast enough to hang with a possession receiver. To play for the Republican National Team, defenders have to be fast regardless of position and they have to be looking to force turnovers at every opportunity.

If you're looking for a RL analogue to their style of play, the closest current NFL analogue to their style of play would be the Ravens though the FFR was running this system before they started running something similar. The offensive scheme was a popular college offense in RL in the 80s (and is mainly used by the military schools in RL these days) and the defensive scheme was used in RL by the 85 Bears (i.e. its the Buddy Ryan version, not the Rex Ryan version that the Ravens have been running for the last 15 years).


MD3 vs The Greater Nordics

Stadium: CoCoCo Stadium
Stadium Location: New City, Orlandiana
Stadium Capacity: 151,732

MD5 vs Northwest Kalactin

Stadium: Dixon Light Stadium
Stadium Location: Petrograd, Plymouth
Stadium Capacity: 76,804

MD6 vs Kohnhead

Stadium: Podvez Field
Stadium Location: Yellow Bay, Vorita
Stadium Capacity: 65,397

MD7 vs Sarzonia

Stadium: Gem of the Oceans Stadium
Stadium Location: Republica, Republica District
Stadium Capacity: 101,208

MD9 vs Torisakia

Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Stadium Location: Baseton, Amolotopia
Stadium Capacity: 107,432

More info on these stadiums

RP Permissions
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my scorers: Y
Choose scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
Godmod injuries: Y
Godmod other events: Y
Read the notes on my team's style of play: Strongly Encouraged
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World Cup 85 Champions
1st: DBC 28, X Winter Olympics, Independents Cup 4, CoH 66, WBC 46, World Bowl XXXVIII, World Cup 85
2nd: World Cup 68, DBC 27, U15WC 8, UWCFA Gold Cup I, BoI 15, 2nd Imperial Chap Olympiad, NSCF 11
Host: World Cups 68 & 81, CoH 58, Games of XIII Olympiad, X Winter Olympics, World Bowls XXII, XXXI & XXXVIII, WBCs 42 & 46, RUWC 25
Current Senior Consul: Nova Hellstrom-Hancock (Golden Age)
Current Junior Consul: Samuel Izmailov (Nat-Gre)
Demonym: Republican
Trigram: FFR
Official Nation Name: Federation of Free Republics
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Founded: May 11, 2020
Moralistic Democracy

Postby The Jovannic » Wed Jun 24, 2020 3:14 am

American Football is not that popular in The Jovannic, but a league is there and there are quite a few amazing players in the league. We can go far if we try.

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: no
Godmod scoring events: yes
RP injuries to my players: yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: no
Suspend my players: no
Godmod suspension events: no
Godmod other events: ask me first


Starting Lineup
Head Coach - Nickel Holoway
Defensive Coordinator - Cani Merketson
Offensive Coordinator - Viloz Makintosh

Nose Tackle - Kohn Fither
Right Defensive End - Lui Ostiama
Left Defensive End - Bob Rickson
Right Defensive Tackle - Satama Litruim
Left Defensive Tackle - Que de Destumé

Left Outside Linebacker - John Gist
Middle Linebacker - Hirimi Jesterso
Right Outside Linebacker - Retar Sigurkison

Cornerback - Laripo Jäne
Cornerback - Vackenn Wisteros

Safety - Jifirlia Trikacale
Safety- Fele Sai

Special Teams
Kicker - Neoren Safalar
Place Kicker - Kio McKinnon
Punter - Piliver Mliki
Long Snapper - Atros Lilliesaw

Quarterback - Dustyie Barrows
Running back/halfback - Renegad Saoer
Running back/full back - Misami Tyukuyumo

Right Guard - Culeman Sanstro
Left Guard- Tanet Hagrepall
Right Tackle - Suis Legolra
Left Tackle - Weet Ciliha
Centre - Westore Ahlen

Wide Receiver - Clark Subersom
Wide Receiver - Marleir Ditton
Wide Receiver - Wann Sai
Tight End - Christian Mountain

Wide receivers - Feackers Beak, Kirien Jonert, Farafey Giiow
Tight End - Maruo Ciff
Offensive Tackles - Tuterr Astyun
Offensive Guards - Glen Gestitrafa
Centre - Hured Stefano

Quarterback - Parti Mariss
Running backs - Johny Cag, Miswe Junevi
Kicker - Tim Jackhan
Punter - Surli Hackntosh

Defensive Ends - Chulie Hang, Srir Tan, Qwert Builse
Defensive Tackles - Gorgón Bileúse, Wanti Digeladiy
Backs (all defensive) - Swidle Zacher, Jieshi Misuki, Pilioli Viligali, Feng Tsao
Safety - Woh Tai In

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Colors: Red, Orange, White
Way o' play: A more passing oriented game, patiently waiting for a chance to thrust. Latest coach Nickel Holoway inserted a new trick, with never-ending runs down the wings sometimes used to take advantage of the opposing team defending the centre too much due to the passing. The defence is very patient, but the famous "Nickel Push" Sees almost the whole defence screaming around a small perimeter around the player holding the ball, and often close in and lunge with vicious ferocity. The fans are very patriotic but there are less of them than other nations, as American football isn't a popular sport in The Jovannic.

Stadium: De Stadium Le Buile (Cap: 27,000)
The largest Stadium built for American Football is in the Secluded city of Buile in Vixer Province.
Sporting Achievements: 2nd in Olympics Football!

Cricket ranking: 28
Football Ranking: 139

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Postby The Greater Nordics » Wed Jun 24, 2020 8:15 am

The Nordic Football Association has announced the roster for the upcoming World Bowl. Leif Beck is back as coach as he did well in his debut. He has made some changes to the coaching staff however,bringing in a new WR and RB coach. This is a sign that he may intend to run the ball more as these coaches come from run oriented teams in the Nordic Football League. The offense is still pass heavy although we do run more than we have in the past. The defense is very aggressive as it normally is. There are rumors that this could be Herman Lang's and Catrine Abel's last World Bowl although they have not said anything about retiring.
Head Coach:Leif Beck
Offensive Coordinator and QB Coach: Vidar Hall
Defensive Coordinator: Bjorn Pallesen
Line Coach:Philip Abel
WR Coach: Rasmus Falk
RB Coach: Laura Danielsen
DB Coach: Mathias Dahl
Special Teams Coach: Ola Mattsson
Team Doctor:Tim Klasson

Herman Lang
Marius Nilsen
Henriette Nurmi

Catrine Abel
Olya Alvarsson
Rudolf Winter

Rain Alvar
Alexandra Victorsson
Lena Leifsson
Filip Kristiansen
Nika Ottosen

Kamilla Jonasen

Monika Henriksen
Eino Haraldsson

Dan Lange
Peer Jensen

Kris Jacobsen
Lauritz Olsen

Leo Lange
Erland Norup

Alisa Glenn
Alan Frazier

Stig Berg
Merit Sorensen
Jonatan Lorenzen
Mari Sander

Greta Wallis
Lissi Carson
Saana Mcnabb
Victoria McLean
Kia Markusson

Cai Nieminen
Ulla McPhee
Janna Alfredsson
Nellie Hagen
Tyge Solberg
Jenni Adolfsson
Laura Patterson
Tomas Glen
Pelle Lesley
Kaja Neil

Anders Carlson

Douglas Hunter

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Godmod scoring events:Yes
RP injuries to my players:Yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: No
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Godmod suspension events:Yes
Godmod other events: Yes
TG me if its anything major but otherwise you can have fun doing whatever you want
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Postby Main Nation Ministry » Wed Jun 24, 2020 12:09 pm


Ladies and Gentlemen, The World Bowl XXXIX Ministry of Sports Team!


"It's going to be a blazing summer for this World Bowl." - Emmanuel Jones

Head Coach: General Emmanuel Jones
Assistant Coach: Lieutenant Parris Mathghamhain
Head Trainer: Drill Sergeant Feidhlimidh Efthimia

LG: Bosede Caius
RG: Benedito Heidrich
LT: Erle Auguste
RT: Brigid Tameka
C: Arnaud Vikram
QB: Jada Diana
HB: Iole Sin-Ahhi-Eriba
FB: Shyamala Ronja
H-Back and TE: Andra Sridevi
Slot Receiver: Vasileios Albaer
Slot Receiver: Anders Aseem

DT: Jorie Koba
DT: Karolina Adolfo
DE: Monta Pippin
DE: Sjoerd Murtagh
Outside Line-breaker: Gennadios Ruya
Outside Line-breaker: Boutros Mila
Middle Line-breaker: Musa Therese
CB: Ninoslav Kostadin
CB: Arbana Ross
S: Yetunde Jaime
S: Zaur Nikhil

Special Team
K: Anita Ekain
P: Nobutoshi Rajendra
KOS: Dolores Eduard
Long Snapper: Edwena Gillis
Punt Returner: Ingvildr Cecilio
Kick Returner: Vikram Lyra

Uniforms: Everyone's famous black and white riot gear football uniforms are back for our players to wear. This time, we have LED numbers on the back of our players, so they can light up during a match. Uniforms also include our red V's which is important, as it is a symbol of our nation. Demons are given similar uniforms that monitor their stress level for several safety reasons.

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: Yes, TG first on details, though.
Suspend my players: Yes
Godmod suspension events: No
Godmod other events: Minor, Yes. Major, TG First or it's a No.

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Postby Mathuvan Union » Wed Jun 24, 2020 12:53 pm

Main Nation Ministry wrote:
Ladies and Gentlemen, The World Bowl XXXIX Ministry of Sports Team!


"It's going to be a blazing summer for this World Bowl." - Emmanuel Jones

Head Coach: General Emmanuel Jones
Assistant Coach: Lieutenant Parris Mathghamhain
Head Trainer: Drill Sergeant Feidhlimidh Efthimia

LG: Bosede Caius
RG: Benedito Heidrich
LT: Erle Auguste
RT: Brigid Tameka
C: Arnaud Vikram
QB: Jada Diana
HB: Iole Sin-Ahhi-Eriba
FB: Shyamala Ronja
H-Back and TE: Andra Sridevi
Slot Receiver: Vasileios Albaer
Slot Receiver: Anders Aseem

DT: Jorie Koba
DT: Karolina Adolfo
DE: Monta Pippin
DE: Sjoerd Murtagh
Outside Line-breaker: Gennadios Ruya
Outside Line-breaker: Boutros Mila
Middle Line-breaker: Musa Therese
CB: Ninoslav Kostadin
CB: Arbana Ross
S: Yetunde Jaime
S: Zaur Nikhil

Special Team
K: Anita Ekain
P: Nobutoshi Rajendra
KOS: Dolores Eduard
Long Snapper: Edwena Gillis
Punt Returner: Ingvildr Cecilio
Kick Returner: Vikram Lyra

Uniforms: Everyone's famous black and white riot gear football uniforms are back for our players to wear. This time, we have LED numbers on the back of our players, so they can light up during a match. Uniforms also include our red V's which is important, as it is a symbol of our nation. Demons are given similar uniforms that monitor their stress level for several safety reasons.

RP Permissions
Choose my scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: Yes, TG first on details, though.
Suspend my players: Yes
Godmod suspension events: No
Godmod other events: Minor, Yes. Major, TG First or it's a No.

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Postby Kohnhead » Wed Jun 24, 2020 7:23 pm

Kohnhead presents the KNGT(Kohnhead National Gridiron Team) for the World Bowl XXXIX. The roster and coaching staff are made up of all genders because all genders in Kohnhead are equal in terms of physical and mental traits.

Full Nation Name: The Galactic Empire of Kohnhead
Short Nation Name: Kohnhead
Trigramme: KND
Team Nickname: The Brains
Colors: Red, White, and Blue

Coaching Staff:
Head Coach: Walker Sparks, 56 years old
Sparks is known to be an offensive minded coach, and loves to run the air raid offense although it is normally a college offense. They use a lot of trips calls and when not running the air raid he runs many plays out of 12 personnel. He calls all the plays for the offense and only has help from his offensive coordinator. Sparks is also a very aggressive coach, so expect him to be going for it a lot on fourth down and dialing up deep passes.

Offensive Coordinator: Mitchell Berger, 49 years old
As stated previously Sparks has most of the control over the offense. Berger is a former player, he played tight end in high school and played semi professionally as there's no professional league in Kohnhead. He helps Sparks in calling the plays but doesn't have control over the offensive play calling. He is known to be a little less aggressive than Sparks and would not normally go for it on 4th down even if the analytics say it should be done.

Defensive Coordinator: Leah Mooreville, 75 years old
Mooreville calls the shots for the defense, and she has been around the game for a long time. Sparks trusts her very much a lot more than Berger which is why she's allowed to call the plays. Now the defense always plays second fiddle to the offense, and allows a lot of points but Sparks trusts Mooreville. The defense runs a 3-4 base, but also a lot of nickel with five defensive backs on the field and has the edge rushers rotate to become D-lineman. Mooreville loves dialing up complicated blitzes and she trusts her players to do that. This will sometimes get them in trouble, sometimes it will produce a sack.

Special Teams Coordinator: Tim Murphy, 49 years old
Murphy is the special teams coordinator, and kicking has always been a strength for the team. Special teams coverage is sometimes lacking but Murphy has improved the coverage immensely. The team is also good at returns and returners will constantly get up to the 30 yard line on kickoff returns.

QBs Coach: Lindsey Walters, 36 years old
RBs Coach: Bart Jurytion, 45 years old
WRs Coach: Martha McTurner, 48 years old
TEs Coach: Marie Arthur, 62 years old
OL Coach: Jordan Detter, 54 years old

DL Coach: Margaret Harris, 58 years old
LB Coach: Thomas Harrington, 38 years old
DB Coach: Michael Reeds, 41 years old

Now let's meet the team
Offensive Starters
(C) QB: #11 Jackson Watford, 25 years old
Watford is a strong armed quarterback who has the speed required to scramble and evade sacks. He is very good at extending the plays and his strong arm is perfect for the scheme Sparks runs. His weaknesses are a tendency to scramble way too early leaving his receivers limited time to get open and while he has the arm his accuracy is something to be desired. Now Sparks, Berger, and Walters have all been working on his accuracy and have made tremendous strides. He also has a high football IQ but his decision making is questioned a lot. Accuracy problems leads to a lot of interceptions and he also fumbles a lot leading to many calling him turnover friendly. His athleticism and arm strength make him perfect for the scheme and he has tremendous upside.

RB: #25 Georgette Butler, 29 years old
Butler is a serviceable back and she has great speed running a 4.4 40 yard dash. Butler is a good weapon out of the backfield for Waterford and as Sparks' offense is mainly a passing one she does not get too many touches. She is a three down back despite not getting many touches and they don't really rotate by committee. Butler can make the first person miss but like Watford she has a fumbling issue. Despite her speed and her ability to run routes well dropping passes is also something she likes to do. On obvious passing downs like third and ling she may come off the field so they can get more blockers out there.

WR: #17 Marco Polisson, 20 years old
Polisson is very new to this team but has quickly proven he can be The Brains number one wide receiver. Polisson has the physical tools you look for in a WR 1 as he has an ability to go and get jump balls but also has a lot of speed and great RAC ability. Watford and Polisson look to have a connection early, and he quickly became Watford's favorite target. Polisson has a massive ego and wants the ball, something that they will have to work on. He's young and can be the premier receiver on the team for a long time.

WR: #10 Kenneth Bradson, 32 years old
Bradson despite being 32 is the burner on the team with 4.3 speed and claims he can be in the 4.2 range if he wanted. Bradson is the Z receiver to Polisson's X and is the premier deep threat on the team who can take the top off defenses. Bradson's main weapon is his speed and elusiveness but he has trouble tracking the ball, catching it, and running complex routes. He serves one purpose and that is at any time he can go to the house, whenever the ball is in his hands. His speed and wanting to go deep pair perfectly with the arm of Watford and expect quite a few long plays for Bradson.

WR: #13 Maggie Brown, 27 years old
Brown operates out of the slot and has good route running abilities. For a third receiver and one who runs out of the slot you could do a lot worse but you could also do better. When the offense shifts to 12 personnel she has to leave the field so despite being a starter she doesn't play quite as much as the other two. While she has good speed high 4.4, she is not as explosive and doesn't possess the big play ability that makes Bradson such a special player. Like all of the weapons for Watford she possesses good speed and she happens to be very precise at route running and normally does not have drop struggles.

TE: #86 Billy James, 30 years old
James is not your average tight end, as he is just another great weapon for this high powered offense. His blocking skills are eh especially for a tight end which is why they run 12 personnel a lot. He has great speed for a tight end and can make a lot of contested catches and says he never drops the ball. James is also amazing in the red zone and is probably Watford's favorite target when they make it there. James is a modern tight end who doesn't really block but is used as just another weapon for Watford.

(C) LT: #71 Molly Worthing, 36 years old
The blindside protector of Watford, Worthing is set to retire after this World Bowl as it will be the first Kohnhead is competing in. She is a mauler who has unmatched strength and surprisingly good athletiscism for someone 36 who has been playing the sport all their life. She will not be beaten by pure strength but can be beaten with good finesse moves and sometimes just plain speed off the edge. She is also a great leader on the O-Line and thus is the second captain of the offense. Worthing has already announced she will be retiring after this World Bowl.

LG: #73 Mildred Plumbing, 24 years old
Plumbing has been known as someone who was good at run blocking but struggled when it came to pass protection. She used to be a tackle but due to her size and struggles in pass protection she was moved inside where she has done a lot better and sort of hidden her weakness. Jordan Detter and Worthing have worked tirelessly to make her into a very good guard and I expect her to take the next step forward especially when Plumbing retires.

C: #62 Jonathon Jodan, 22 years old
Jodan is undersized for a center yet he has enough strength to hold his own in pass protection and is pretty good in run blocking. Jodan's biggest strength is his knowledge of the game and he is able to read what the defense is doing pre-snap and communicate it with Watford and Jodan sometimes will change the play. Watford and Jodan have been working on this and Jodan spends a lot of time in the film room. Now he has put on some weight in an effort to become bigger but he will always be undersized.

RG: #79 Micheal Carter, 27 years old
Carter is the weak spot on the O-Line as he struggles in both pass protection and run blocking, has poor speed and athletiscsim, a low football IQ, poor technique, but the one bright spot is his size and strength. Unfortunately size and strength can only get you so far and he is known to give up pressures way too easily. He needs to be replaced sooner rather than later but as of right now there is no one capable enough to replace him.

RT: #65 Bethany Crooks, 21 years old
Crooks most recently played in college and was the best right tackle in all of college football in Kohnhead. The situation at right tackle is not the best so she is the starter. Crooks will probably develop into one of the best players on the team due to her upside, technique, and more. She is still unproven but the plan is for her to kick over to the left side which is Watford's weak side once Worthing retires.

Defensive Starters
RE: #96 Brittany Yater, 25 years old
Yater is the best player on the defensive line which is not saying much. The pressure generated mainly comes from the edge rushers and Yater struggles to win one on ones. That being said she is still pretty young and with good coaching can grow. She has the physical tools necessary, and her heart is in the right place it's just her technique is absolutely abysmal. If this defense wants to play better they need more production from her.

DT: #91 Ellenor Firth, 28 years old
Firth is the biggest question mark of anyone on the team. She has some talent but the past few years has been injured and not very productive when playing. There is competition for this nose tackle position as Firth is mainly a run stuffer. The coaching staff trusts her and seems to like her as a starter although I'm doubtful that she can produce on a defense that is sure to have lots of struggles.

(C) LE: #55 Avery Reese, 34 years old
Reese is known as a legend on the team but he has lost a lot of the speed and athleticism that once made him a dominant pass rusher. He is still a great veteran presence to have in the locker room and will help mentor all of the younger d-linemen. Reese still posses some of the skills he once had and can show flashes. Reese is part of a rotation at end and he should normally play 60% of the snaps in a game.

Right EDGE: #90 Levi Espinosa, 26 years old
Espinosa is the best pass rusher on the team. He also will sometimes (rarely) drop back into coverage, although he is not the best at doing that. Espinosa is a power rusher with great technique and a variety of power and finesse moves in his arsenal that he uses to get around offensive lineman. Espinosa is by far the best player on the defense and he anchors the pass rush, and run defense. He is just 26 and will be reaching the prime of his career very soon.

Left EDGE: #95 Rayyan Spears, 31 years old
On the opposite side of Espinosa sits Spears. Spears is lucky because all of the attention is on Espinosa so she can really thrive on the left side rushing the passer. She also drops off into coverage more frequently than Espinosa and is better at it although not by much. Spears is a good second edge rusher to have, but I doubt she could step up into that premier rusher role if Espinosa goes down.

(C) MLB: #53 Phillip Haney, 20 years old
Haney is the young signal caller for the defense. He has very high potential and is already quite good. He is good at tackling and is very good in coverage although his speed at 4.6 is slower than what you want for the position. Haney is expected to step up as a leader in future years, and already is one. Although he is not one of two defensive captains, he get's the captain's patch because he's the captain on special teams with regular contributions on coverage.

MLB #58 Lyla Barrera, 23 years old
Barrera is the second interior line backer on the team, and is also quite young at just 23 years of age. Barrera is known to be a better tackler than Haney, is faster, yet she lacks the great coverage skills that make Haney such a good player. Barrera is still a very good player and will only get better with time as young as she is.

CB #24 Percy Whitehead, 29 years old
Whitehead is a big play machine and is the number one corner on the team. Whitehead is very aggressive as a corner back and will often get beat on simple double moves because of his ball hawk tendencies, but on the bright side he often comes up with key interceptions when you need it most. I would rather have a better number one corner but Whitehead is the guy you can count on to come up with a key interception if he's not getting roasted 10 yards behind his person because of a double move. Whitehead is also a good tackler which is important in stopping short passes from turning into big gains. Whitehead will shadow opposing teams best receivers all over the field because the defense plays man defense most of the time.

CB #29 Ariel Knox, 31 years old
Knox is the number two corner on the team will end up on the number two receiver on the opposing team. Knox is a stiff, tall corner who has pretty below average speed and often gets beat on go routes due to her lack of speed. She almost will never get beat on jump balls though using her body to her advantage. Knox like Whitehead has her strengths but neither are the corners who you trust to neutralize opposing team's number one.

FS #23 Shane Holman, 25 years old
Holman is the deep center field safety who tries to limit the opposing team's big plays, and he's pretty good at it too. This allows Whitehead to play more aggressive as he knows Holman will usually be able to back him up if he gets roasted. Holman is a top three player on the defense and he knows it as he plays with poise and confidence.

(C) SS #27 Chris Molina, 33 years old
Molina is the guy you want on your team no matter what. Molina will play ever defensive snap of every game, and can play anywhere on the field. He can line up at linebacker, slot corner, outside corner, d-lineman, safety, wherever you need him to be. Molina is a great leader on and off the field and someone teammates look up to. Despite being 33 and with some skills diminishing he's still an invaluable member of the team. I cannot say enough good things about him and neither can his teammates.

Bench Players

QB #9 Carlie Ali, 34 years old
QB #7 Bella Hollis, 23 years old
RB #26 Kaitlan Deacon, 20 years old
RB #34 Brett Hartley, 32 years old
FB #28 Willie Tran, 30 years old
WR #16 Dillan Mccarthy, 24 years old
WR #82 Sarah-Jayne Wilkerson, 27 years old
WR #18 Skyla Tapia, 26 years old
TE #88 Tom Crouch, 28 years old
TE #81 Evelyn Lang, 31 years old
TE #87 Natalie Huber, 35 years old
OT #77 Nicholas Love, 22 years old
OT #72 Tony Major, 29 years old
OG #68 Adrienne Gross, 31 years old
G/C #78 Kylo Friedman, 25 years old
DE #58 Blanka Robles, 22 years old
DT #93 Jakub Brush, 19 years old
DT #97 Melvin O'Quinn, 27 years old
EDGE #51 Solomon Wells, 33 years old
EDGE #94 Bella Snider, 29 years old
MLB #47 Johanna Dudley, 27 years old
MLB #50 Saqlain Reed, 20 years old
LB #49 Orion Conway, 28 years old
CB #31 Carolyn Sloan, 32 years old
CB #34 Gabriel Giles, 27 years old
C/S #22 Melanie Wilks, 30 years old
S #37 Roman Jimenez, 22 years old
S #32 Sophia Molloy, 26 years old

Special Teams
K #4 Wanda Parkinson, 23 years old
P #1 Susan Welsh, 30 years old
LS #45 Mira Ballard

Chicken King Stadium (57,000), Kohnhead City

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Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Godmod Injuries to my players: Yes
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Godmod suspension events: Yes
Godmod other events: Yes, please let me know via telegram or on discord first.
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Sporting Achievements
2nd Wonder Cup Champions
48th Di Bradini Cup/69th U21WC 4th place

Outdoor Hard Court Season 6 Steinigestrasse Open Runner Up (Singles)
Clay Court Season 6 Istria Open Semifinals (Singles)
Clay Court Season 6 Mattijana Open Semifinals (Singles)
Clay Court Season 6 Hamilton International Semifinals (Singles)

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Postby Cassadaigua » Thu Jun 25, 2020 9:00 am

Team Cassadaigua- World Bowl 39

The nation is a two-time World Bowl champion, winning the 8th and 22nd editions. In their heyday, the team strength has always been the play of the secondary. They’ll get enough offense, but the defensive backs are outstanding, making us difficult to pass against. We might concede yardage on the ground, but its much more difficult to get it in the air.

Another thing to note is that while Cassadagan teams in other sports are notoriously all-female, the football team has always been mixed gender with men placed on the line of scrimmage.

Head Coach- Megan Schuster (59)
Offensive Coordinator- Lauren McReynolds (52)
Defensive Coordinator- Cassandra Sullivan (57)
Special Teams Coordinator- Amber Durkin (51)

Traditional Starters In Green (Basic Formations, Both Offense and Defense)
Traditional Non-Starters In Red (Players ordered in position based on depth chart placement in basic offensive setup or a 4-3 defensive base.)


QB: #7- Taylor Crimmins (26)
QB: #11- Tori Flannery (27)
QB: #10- Jessica Rosenblatt (23)

HB: #26- Stacey Carlson (25)
HB: #35- Britney Moyer (25)
HB: #32- Renee Churchill (29)

FB: #42- Victoria Martinez (31)
FB: #44- Ellie Jasperson (29)

TE: #86- Jennifer Purcell (25)
TE: #88- Cori Finney (20)
TE: #89- Dianna Rhodes (21)

WR: #81- Alexa Schultz (26)
WR: #80- Brooke Talley (24)

WR: #83- Kaitlyn Rogers (24)
WR: #84- Summer Cahill (25)
WR: #82- Meghan Sanborn (27)
WR: #87- Keisha Valerino (30)
WR: #85- Ashley McCourt (28)

LG: #66- Robert Jones (33)
RG: #61- Bryce Cole (26)

OG: #68- Floyd Sterling (30)
OG: #63- Alberto Perez (27)
G/T: #64- Dave Walcott (24)
G/T: #78- Anthony Ranney (21)
G/C: #69- Caspian Hitchcock (20)
G/C: #60- Chester Smithley (21)

LT: #77- Michael Surridge (23)
RT: #76- Carnell Middleton (32)

OT: #62- Dante Flowers (23)
OT: #65- Julio Fuentes (24)
OT: #67- Hassan Mohammad (33)
OT: #70- Zeshawn Diego (28)

C: #50- Garrett Tartaglia (33)
C: #51- Miguel Alvarado (27)
C: #53- Bob Jackson (23)

LE: #56- Lawrence Baylor (23)
RE: #92- Reggie Black (24)

DE: #58- Mitch Schaffer (25)
DE: #94- Troy Penny (24)
DE: #91- Clifford Santiago (33)
DE: #59- Kenny Tomzic (25)

LT: #99- Allen Browning (29)
RT: #98- Chris Whitney (31)

DT: #97- Demetrius Alonzo (30)
DT: #90- Terrell Graham (31)
DT: #95- Tyrone Cornett (32)
DT: #96- Rudolph Pensky (33)

ILB: #54- David Phillippe (27)
OLB: #72- Ho-Sung Kim (23)
MLB: #52- Kevin Geier (22)

LB: #74- Dirk Schneider (35)
LB: #75- Myron Seward (24)
LB: #73- Jose Gutierrez (30)
LB: #93- Carlos Sanchez (32)
LB: #55- Nelson Jones (28)
LB: #57- Mick Ortega (27)

FS: #20- Kenzie Gibbons (33)
SS: #22- Hannah Rafferty (28)
LCB: #27- Ashley Wilbanks (25)
RCB: #33- Sierra McMurray (26)

DB: #23- Gabrielle Martinez (35)
DB: #28- Kelsey Stocker (27)
DB: #21- Brianna Englehardt (20)
DB: #24- Caitlin Galloway (30)
DB: #29- Tara Stephenson (29)
DB: #30- Veronica Samarco (32)

Special Teams:
K: #3- Kiersten Baker (26)
K: #2- Melissa Andrews (27)

P: #4- Danielle Hayner (34)
P: #1- Melanie Moore (31)

Main KR/PR- #22- Hannah Rafferty
Backup KR/PR- #28- Kelsey Stocker
Occasional KR/PR- #81- Alexa Schultz
Long Snapper- #69- Caspian Hitchcock

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Godmod scoring events: Yes, but I request that you have the most of your success be on the ground, rather then through the air. This is just a request, not a requirement.
RP injuries to my players: Yes, but just say they are hurt and I will take it from there.
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Suspend my players: No
Godmod suspension events: No
Godmod other events: Maybe. TG your idea first
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Specific Titles: World Cup 50, 51; WBC 14, 16, & 19; WB 8 & 22; WCOH 11 & 39; IBC 13.
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Runner Up: CoH 40, WB 21, WcoH 8, IBC 12, WBC 13 & 15, DBC 21
WC Qualified for: 45, 46, 49-61, 67, 79 (DNP WC 69-77), 81-84.
Games of the XIII Summer Olympiad: Second Most Medals
Hosted: World Cup 54, 67 & 84; CoH 57 & 73, BoF 47, CR 30, WB 16, WBC 18, 26, 40, 43 & 45, Conferences within NSCAA, NSCH 1; WLC 7, 30 & 33.

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Postby Inner AginanaUsordia » Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:05 pm


A proud country of 35 million, the gridiron football team is not new to interregional competition anymore.

Mascot: Silver Lion, an armored knight with silver lion mask
spoilered b/c they're ugly
Stadiums, capacity, elevation:
Dyrrachia Central Arena, Tiranas, 82,000, 160'
Deschal Harsin Memorial Grounds, Lodos, 93,500, 1880'

Head Coach: Ryan Kasor (M 44) North Thessalon Bay Privateers Head Coach/OC. National Champion 2015-7, 2019
Offensive Coordinator: Kannan Novicek (M 33) Durrës Destroyers Head Coach/OC. NC 2015 (OC, NTBP) 2018
Offensive Style: West-Coast/Play-Action
Defensive Coordinator: Jaros Everhart (M 61) Sofia Barons Head Coach/DC. NC 1998, 2000-3, 2005, 2014
Defensive Style: Cover-3
QB's Coach: David Neselhuf (M 36) Durrës Destroyers QB's Coach. NC 2018
OL/DL Coach: Dan Vosich (M 52) Banlu Bulls Head Coach/DC. NC 2010
Special Teams: Anna Kasor (F 42) North Thessalon Bay Privateers Special Teams Coordinator. NC 2016-7, 2019
Special Teams Style: Conservative outside of 60-yard field goals, Very Rarely Fake Play

Depth Charts (rough): (height in meters and decimeters, weight in pounds. Based on the 2019 20 game season, and ignoring incomplete 2020 season.)
Pos #  Name              Age   Ht  Wt  Yards Pass Rush TD Int Fum W-L, Playoff
QB1 9 Davo Konelle 27 1m 9 184 3845 3342 503 36 8 4 16-4, 4-1
QB2 2 Brian Dasech 33 2m 0 205 4078 3683 395 41 14 4 14-6, 1-1
QB3 11 Jun Kenera 24 1m 7 163 3564 2318 1246 32 12 6 11-9, 0-0
Notes: Konelle Strong VS: Zone Def; Weak VS: Strong Man Def. Calm, Mobile under pressure;
Dasech Strong VS: Pass Def; Weak VS: Quick Blitz. Calm, Looks Downfield under pressure;
Kenera Strong VS: Man Def, Blitz; Weak VS: Strong OL. Nervous, Quick to run under pressure.
Pos #  Name                    Age  Ht  Wt  Yards Catch TD Fum Secondary Pos / Season Note
WR1 22 Vincent LeGault 29 1m 8 194 1743 123 16 3
WR2 82 Domra Von Anor 25 1m 7 175 1936 108 11 5
WR3 18 Jay Ludesevich 30 2m 0 217 1810 132 19 12 (KR2/PR2)
WR4 86 Robert Lathman 20 1m 9 169 1722 119 13 6 (UKHB Memorial University, 18 games)
TE1 81 Antonio Slatek 27 2m 0 248 1744 129 16 5
TE2 88 Lev Davidovisky 33 2m 0 252 1653 121 12 3
Pos #  Name                    Age  Ht  Wt  Yards Att TD Fum Secondary Pos
RB1 39 Ryan Villenueva 29 1m 8 222 1803 332 15 4
RB2 40 Bill Gorisky 35 1m 7 236 1865 383 19 6
RB3 32 DeMarian Royce 22 1m 8 228 1413 312 12 3 (WR5)
FB1 42 Calvin Cordoza 35 2m 0 245 1688 354 10 8
FB2 45 Michael Jefferson 27 1m 9 235 1344 213 4 3
Pos #  Name                Age  Ht  Wt  Sack Int Secondary Pos
DB1 21 Karus DeNovo 29 1m 8 196 2.5 4
DB2 33 Jeffrey Reed 24 1m 8 188 1 5
DB3 36 Natalia Boroven 26 1m 7 173 .5 3
CB1 23 Laken Tomasevic 24 1m 9 191 0 9
CB2 24 Blake Von Niels 31 1m 8 185 .5 8
CB3 26 Simon Woods 28 1m 8 188 0 7
SS1 29 Omar Piniero 24 1m 9 210 .5 11 (FS2)
FS1 36 Deschal Opelotras 21 1m 9 208 0 7 (SS2)
LB1 49 Saya Abraham 27 1m 9 238 5 2
LB2 51 Odin Flores 28 1m 9 232 6 1
LB3 52 Patrick Williams 25 1m 8 241 3 1
LB4 54 John Kirkland 24 1m 9 227 7 2
LB5 48 Michael Lamar 28 1m 9 229 6 1
DT1 58 Sergio Malasevic 30 2m 0 276 8 0
DT2 97 Christopher Wallace 30 1m 9 302 7.5 1 (DE3)
DT3 92 Cameron Kinsler 28 1m 9 310 6 1
DE1 93 Nasir Jones 22 1m 8 298 8 0 (DT4)
DE2 99 Nils De Bren 24 1m 9 286 7 1
Pos #  Name             Age  Ht  Wt  FG %  Secondary Pos
PK1 1 Marion Knight 34 1m 6 160 40 81
PK2 10 Eric Mainwaring 39 1m 8 196 38 75 (P 3)
Pos #  Name             Age  Wt  Ht Secondary Pos
P 1 3 Noram Laslow 32 1m 8 183
P 2 7 Luc Pristinel 26 1m 7 179 (PK3)
LS1 46 Kyra Satalan 28 1m 9 243 (C 3)
C 1 66 Terry James 31 1m 9 294
C 2 60 Josip Davos 26 2m 0 301 (LS2)
RT1 63 Benett McKey 27 2m 0 312 (RG3, LG3)
RT2 77 Ludwig Kus 28 1m 9 300 (LT3)
RG1 62 Jesse Holzvarth 24 1m 9 295
RG2 74 Bryson Potts 29 1m 9 306 (RT3)
LG1 68 Nathan Zaleski 26 1m 8 284
LG2 65 Aaron Vidal 31 2m 0 316
LT1 73 Levi Bannock 29 1m 9 309
LT2 61 Andre Young 23 2m 0 318

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World Bowl Roster
Bios listed under each position group
*: Was chosen for the RFL All-Star Game following the 2020 season
**: Was selected as a first team all pro following the 2020 season
[: Was cut from an RFL roster following or during the 2020 season
{: Was not on an RFL roster during the 2020 season

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Johnny Farmer, TE
Derek McNair, QB

Kevin Gerhart, DT
Emmanuel Miller, DE

Offensive Style: Ranoria's offense changes with the personnel they aquire, as it is difficult for the team to consistently find Ranorian players willing to play for them, but generally you're going to see a lot of tight formations with at least one tight end. Very few play action passes, as Ranoria's pros have yet to catch up to the collegiate game on all but a few teams, and a high ratio of runs. Quarterbacks, when athletic (which McNair certainly is), are encouraged to run the football.

Defensive Style: Expect a lot of linebackers who are more about hitting than they are coverage. Exploiting this defense with loads of quick slants, curls, and seams is doable, but remind your pass catchers to wear their flak jackets. Every player on this defense grew up playing high school ball where hitting power was valued above awareness. While Ranoria's pros generally go with man coverage, they are forced to run zones because of generally more advanced passing attacks in other countries, and as such they aren't used to running the defense that they do. However, expect a very strong, stout run defense and a bunch of burly, 280 b+ defensive linemen with a love for power style pass rushing.

*#7 Derek McNair, 6’2”, 225 lb, 28 yr
#11 Baker Owens, 5’11”, 225 lb, 30 yr
{#12 Jeremiah Quill, 6’1”, 208 lb, 23 yr
Derek McNair: One of the best players in the game, McNair can put up a thousand yard rushing season or give you a lethally accurate passer, honestly, it's your choice. Good luck stopping him.

Baker Owens: At only 30 years old, Owens is hoping to get his career back on track. He has only 901 career passing yards and a 4:9 TD:INT ratio as a perennial backup. He likely will not see much playing time, however.

Jeremiah Quill: Quill is an impressive athlete, but not an elite one. He went undrafted and did not make the team in training camp with the Memphis Steamers. He is a poor passer, and likely will not be able to see any playing time.

#29 Vice Jackson, 6'1", 238 lb, 21 yr
#21 Carlson Katterfield, 5’11”, 205 lb, 23 yr
[#44 Campbell Bell(FB), 6’1”, 245 lb, 32 yr
Vice Jackson III: Fresh out of college, Jackson was a star for Richardosn, who seem to have a ton of players in the World Bowl every year, but he should be part of one of the most elite attacks the tournament has seen.

Carlson Katterfield: Katterfield is returning on a better deal, as more money is coming in now, and as the team's #2 back.

Campbell Bell: Bell was cut following the 2020 season as he was no longer deemed necessary to the team’s success. He is hoping to draw some positive attention in free agency in a league that’s rapidly shifting away from smash mouth football.

#19 Ricardo Jackson, 6’1” ,210 lb, 33 yr
[#80 Mario Terrin, 6’2”, 220 lb, 27 yr
[#84 Jarell Goodwin, 5’11”, 190 lb, 28 yr
[#85 Tyrell Elam, 6’1”, 215 lb, 31 yr
[#10 Spencer Wilson, 5’7”, 185 lb, 25 yr
Ricardo Jackson: Jackson is a 12 year RFL veteran, 5 time all star, and two time all pro. He earned a solid contract, both with the World Bowl and in the RFL, after being a solid producer last year.

Mario Terrin: Terrin was, and is, an athletic prospect coming out of college. But he ran out of chances, catching 201 balls for 3,050 yards and eleven touchdowns in seven seasons. 60 of those catches, along with six touchdowns and 811 yards, came in his rookie campaign. He did, however, manage his first thousand yard campaign last season and is back on the World Bowl squad.

Jarell Goodwin: Goodwin has played in 4 or 5 seasons since coming out of college, missing his third year with a torn knee. He wants to put up some numbers and improve his game to become a reliable #1 target with whatever team he signs with, while also building himself, if nothing else, into a guy worthy of a roster spot year in and year out.

**#82 Johnny Farmer, 6’5”, 255 lb, 24 yr
#88 Joey Giordano, 6’5”, 255 lb, 25 yr
{#87 Tyrone Black, 6’7”, 265 lb, 33 yr
[#86 Shawn Jackson, 6’6”, 260 lb, 31 yr
[#44 Campbell Bell(FB), 6’1”, 245, 32 yr

Johnny Farmer: Farmer is one of the best players in football. Period. After dominating the collegiate field as both a defensive lineman and a tight end, he has done the same as a professional, hauling in a league-high 20 touchdowns two seasons ago, 20 of the 24 the team threw all year long. He has a few sacks, as well, coming off the edge every once in awhile on the defensive side of the ball. He loves to play ball, and his old QB in Derek McNair is one of his best.

Joey Giordano: Giordano was a solid prospect coming out of Richardson University, but he was overshadowed by the presence of Johnny Farmer in his final two seasons. He is a strong run blocker, and has soft hands, but wants to prove himself as a reliable option in the passing game after catching just 70 passes over his first three seasons.

Tyrone Black: Black was a staple for his squad, which made the playoffs just once, over the course of his 12 year career, but, in an evolving game, he has become nothing more than a glorified, undersized tackle, having caught only 135 balls on 210 targets over the course of his career. He wants one more shot at a playoff game in Ranoria after not playing in the 2020 season.

Shawn Jackson: Much in the same boat as Black, Jackson was cut at the end of the season, and wants to earn a roster spot for a few more years while improving as a receiver.

*#64 Tanner Steele, 6’4”, 290 lb, 36 yr
[#65 Tyler Williams, 6’6”, 320 lb, 27 yr
Tanner Steele: Steele has been a solid player over the course of his career, a 6 time all star and one time all pro. Despite that, at 35 years old, he is out to prove to a free agency market that he can still play.

Tyler Williams: Williams was seen as a powerful mauler in the run game, drafted in the first round to protect newly signed QB Terry Grayson. Unfortunately, he allowed 14 sacks on his own, and while he was solid in the run game, he wasn’t stellar. The Madison Gladiators, who had their worst record and first time missing the playoffs in seven years at 5-11.

[#78 Dudley Igneous , 6’5”, 320 lb, 25 yr
#66 Zane Wilhelm, 6’2”, 315 lb, 30 yr
Dudley Igneous: Igneous, like Williams at LT, is a powerful, strong mauler, but he struggled for three straight seasons. He managed to stick to a roster for nine games on two different teams last season, but he's good enough for the world bowl in a very simple scheme: Run up the middle.

Zane Wilhelm: Wilhelm is a 10 year veteran, and 2 time all star, who is receiving very little attention in free agency. He is in tight contention for the starting spot at guard, and yet has been mentoring Igneous, helping his protégée improve.

#67 Tyler Friedman, 6’1”, 305 lb, 32 yr
|#68 Braxton Morrow, 6’2”, 300 lb, 23 yr
Tyler Friedman: Friedman has had an up and down career marred by injuries, but he had been good enough to stay in the league as long as he has. He simply wants to show that he can stay healthy, to earn himself a long term contract to end his career on.

Braxton Morrow: Morrow was cut halfway through the season, despite only getting playing time when the starter went down. He was seen as quality depth, but his play was atrocious, and he sees this as his last chance.

#|71 Stone Silver, 6’3’, 295 lb, 27 yr
Stone Silver: Silver never saw much playing time until he made a solid performance in the last world bowl. He's back, as much due to an improived contract as anything.

# 77 Trent Sedimite, 6’7”, 320 lb, 37 yr
Sedimite is a longtime veteran who has seen off and on playing time, earning 99 starts over the course of 15 seasons. He’s no hall of famer, but he may just be enough to hold the right side down.

[#99 Emmanuel Miller, 6'9", 300 lb, 26 yr
Emmaneul Miller may have the most impact of a line heavy defense. He was a playmaker from Richardson University, and has been productive as a pro due to his length and sheer power. He is especially good against the run.

#98 Kevin Gerhart, 6’5”, 325 lb, 25 yr
#79 John Bronson, 6’4”, 340 lb, 33 yr
[#90 Emit Willis, 6’2”, 305 lb, 30 yr
Kevin Gerhart: Gerhart is a physical specimen, and was a dominant force in college. He underperformed in his first few seasons in the pros, but bounced back last year in the world bowl and domestic seasons.

|#96 William Teller, 6’3”, 280 lb, 24 yr
William Teller: Teller had 23 sacks in two seasons in college, but after only playing in twelve games in three years, he was cut. He was efficient in last year's world bowl and seems to be on an upward trajectory after a 7 sack season last year, good for 7th in the RFL.

{#55 Johnson Ellis, 6’2”, 220 lb, 22 yr
#54, Armin Frost, 6’, 230 lb, 28 yr
{#51 Antonio Mormon, 6’3”, 235 lb, 26 yr
Johnson Ellis: Ellis is a young, new style coverage linebacker. He’s decent against the run, but his lack of tackling tendency and the RFL’s slow to shift defensive mindset towards linebackers meant that he went undrafted. Ellis, however, is a blanket in coverage, and will undoubtably be a huge asset in a room of linebackers who know one thing: Hit, and hit hard.

#58 Isaac Thomas, 6’1”, 260 lb, 34 yr,
{#57 Terry Clement, 6’2”, 245 lb, 24 yr

[#25 Darnell Sleight, 6’0”, 210 lb, 24 yr
{#20 Donnie Mandarin, 5’9”, 200 lb, 31 yr
{#23 Pierre Strobe, 5’9”, 204 lb, 25 yr

#22 Kenny Leinden, 26 yr

[#40 Cliff Henson, 6’0”, 210 lb, 32 yr
[#43 Harry Bean, 6’2”, 215 lb, 22 yr

K: {#5 Trevor Wheeler, 6’3”, 24 yr

P: {#6 Ozzie Tanman, 6’1”, 23 yr

Team Stats

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Postby Banija » Fri Jun 26, 2020 12:43 pm

Roster Information of the Banija Serpent Eagles

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Team Nickname: Serpent Eagles
Notable World Bowl Finishes: 4th place in World Bowl XXIX, World Bowl XXX, and World Bowl XXXI. Third Place in World Bowl XXXVII.


Official Depth Chart for World Bowl XXXIX

The rosters is drawn both from the Banijan Girdiron Football League and our NSCF teams.

Starters are underlined. Players who are receiving their first national team call-up are italicized. Listed in the order of the depth chart.


Isaka Jawara. #5. 33 years old. Starter for the University of Loyola-Istria in NSCF 17, NSCF 18, and NSCF 19. NSCF 17 Champion, NSCF 17 & NSCF 19 Offensive Player of the Year, NSCF 18 Most Outstanding Player. Starter in World Bowl XXXVI. Starter for the Jinja City Springboks in the Banijan Gridiron Football League. Captain.
Kausu Sanneh. #9. 28 years old. Starter for the Busukuma Suns in the Banijan Gridirion Football League.
Tamba Biri. #12. 23 years old. Graduate of University of Ankole, rookie starter for the Istria Black Mambas in the Banijan Gridirion Football League.

Beluchi Okparro. #20. 28 years old. Starter for the Rukunbi Wizards. Team's feature back.
Landing Turay. #25. 31 years old. Plays for the Lwanga Rhinos. Specialty is pass-catching.
Alan Saba. #28. 25 years old. Plays for the Lwanga Rhinos. Specialty is short yardage carries.
Kuenda Sello. #21. 20 years old. Plays for Richardson University(Ranoria) in the NSCF.

Wide Receivers.
Tijan Kujabi. #10, 36 years old. 6'1, 220 pounds. Runs a 4.39 40 yard dash, although it's a bit slower with age. Plays for the Lwanga Rhinos.
Jalang Dibba.[/u #84, 29 years old. 6'1, 188 pounds. Plays for the Herzegovina Cobras.
[u]Hatabu Jagne.
#87, 27 years old. 6'0, 188 pounds. Plays for Busukuma Suns.
Chidi Chinweike. #17, 24 years old. 6'4, 220 pounds. #2 receiver at Loyola-Istria for NSCF XXI.
Bunama Sowe. #11, 27 years old. 5'10, 193 pounds. Slot receiver. Plays for Busukuma Athletic Club.

Tight Ends.
Lamin Corr. #89, 33 years old. Pass catching Tight End. Plays for the Herzegovina City Cobras.
Allan Muhumuza. #85, 27 years old. Blocking Tight end. Plays for the Aissa Crocodiles.
Belonwu Akuchi. #81, 21 years old. Pass catching Tight End. Plays for Northern Moravica University in the NSCF.

Left Tackle.
Atasaone Bafana. #65, 35 years old. NSCF 18 Starter for Northern Moravica. Backup at World Bowl XXXVI, starter at World Bowls XXXVII & XXXVIII. Plays for Umbazi Metropolitan Sporting Club.
Thatayotlhe Marumo. #69, 29 years old. NSCF XX Starter for Loyola-Istria. Backup at the last two World Bowls.

Left Guard.
Baturu Jaiteh. #60, 28 years old. Plays for the Lwanga Rhinos.
Bailo Secka. #64, 31 years old. Plays for Askatasuna Wildcats.

Moseki Tau. #50. 26 years old. NSCF XX Starter for Loyola-Istria.
Alanso Soley. #57. 29 years old. Plays for the Rukunbi Wizards.

Right Guard.
Sarjo Coote. #68. 28 years old. NSCF XX Starter for Loyola-Istria. Backup for World Bowl XXXVII. Plays for Istria Black Mambas.
Lamin Jobateh. #63, 26 years old. NSCF XX Starter for Northern Moravica.
Jordan Karamba. #61. 20 years old. Current starter for Northern Moravica.

Right Tackle.
Kekuta Kuyateh. #73, 30 years old. Plays for the Busukuma Suns.
Gibril Diouf. #71, 29 years old. Plays for Bunyoro RSC.

Defense 4-3.

Left Defensive End.
Hatabu Kodo. #96, 24 years old. NSCF XX Starter for the Université du Saguenay(Royal Kingdom of Quebec).
Antouman Diene. #91, 22 years old. Senior at the University of Ankole.

Right Defensive End.
Thomamo Bontsi. #90, 27 years old. NSCF XX Starter for Northern Moravica.
Boubacar Jobateh. #93, 32 years old. Plays for the Busukuma Suns.

Defensive Tackle.
Chukwama Kouyaté. #92, 30 years old. Starter for the Lwanga Rhinos.
Edrissa Baldeg. #99, 28 years old. Starter for the Herzegovina City Cobras.
Molaodi Rotlhe. #98, 27 years old. NSCF XX Starter for Northern Moravica.
Charles Bbumba. #95, 23 years old. Fresh graduate from Université du Saguenay(Royal Kingdom of Quebec), a NSCF school.

Left Outside Linebacker.
Ousman Turay. #55, 24 years old. Starter for the Mynda Gorillas.
Lallo Coote. #40, 26 years old. Starter for the Jinja City Springboks.

Middle Linebacker.
Isaiah Bryce. #56, 25 years old. NSCF 18, 19, and 20 starter for Richardson University(Ranoria). Captain.
Aloysius Kabuye. #54, 35 years old. NSCF 17 & 18 starter for Loyola-Istria. Starter for the Jinja City Springboks. Starter at last three World Bowls.
Baluta Kujabi. #47, 22 years old. Starter for Busukuma Athletic Club.

Right Outside Linebacker.
Cyrano Kalivas. #41, 26 years old. NSCF XX starter for Northern Moravica.
Malik Sey.#52, 23 years old. Starter for the Dukuma Dragons.

Dembo Guissé. #31, 28 years old. Starter for the Lwanga Rhinos.
Saihou Fadika. #22, 23 years old. NSCF XXI starter for Northern Moravica.
Birom Danso. #25, 23 years old. NSCF XXI starter for Loyola-Istria. Primary nickel back.
Baturu Sanneh. #24, 23 years old. NSCF XXI starter for Northern Moravica.
Abdoulaye Bah. #39, 29 years old. Starter for the Rukunbi Wizards.

Strong Safety.
Ediresa Uster. #26, 31 years old. Starter for the Jinja City Springboks.
Lafi Jawo. #27, 33 years old. Starter for the Herzegovina City Cobras.

Free Safety.
Saikou Ngombia. #19, 31 years old. Starter for the Istria black Mambas.
Kekoto Colley. #20, 29 years old. Starter for the Dukuma Dragons.

Special Teams.

Yes, my backup center is the long snapper and my backup quarterback is the holder for field goals, just to be clear. My punter does normal kickoffs while my kicker does onside kicks. Lastly, my kicker is my backup punter and my punter is my backup kicker, just in case you RP an injury to one.

Kick/Punt Returner.
Tijan Kujabi. #10, 36 years old. 6'1, 220 pounds. Runs a 4.39 40 yard dash, although he's slower these days.
Saikou Ngombia. #19, 31 years old.

Chioma Uchie #3, 36 years old. Maximum range is somewhere between 50 and 55 yards. Starter for the Busembe Timberwolves.

Bassirou Bajo #2. 32 years old. Starter for the Sisonke Leopards.

Head Coach: Alastair Jobs. 73 years old. The head coach at the University of Loyola-Istria for 20 seasons, until hired to the national team by Ezekiel Daniachew. Daniachew himself coached Banija in 4 World Bowls, World Bowls 28-31, and went to the semifinals in World Bowl 29, World Bowl 30, and World Bowl 31, with the team getting fourth place at all three World Bowls. The legend was made head of the gridiron division of the Olympic Committee of Banija, and hired Alastair Jobs to coach the national team. He coached Loyola-Istria to the NSCF 14 and NSCF 17 championships. This is his fifth cycle at the helm. While his first World Bowl, World Bowl XXXV, was weak, he got a bronze medal at World Bowl XXXVI, and then went to the quarterfinals in World Bowl XXXVII. After a disastrous World Bowl XXXVIII campaign, there was pressure on him, although the college football coaching legend kept his job. He has since announced that the Olympics would be his last ride, which would make World Bowl XXXIX his last World Bowl.

Offensive Coordinator & Assistant Head Coach: Jeremiah Johnson, 67 years old. HE is a great offensive coordinator for Alastair Jobs, who is looking to run a pass happy spread offense system. A firm believer in the system, the team almost rarely lines up under center- somewhere between 80 and 85% of their snaps are taken from either the pistol or shotgun formation. While he's added some run-option and RPO concepts to the offense, especially out of the pistol, the core of this offense remains the same- spread em out and attack the defense.

Other notable Offensive Staff: Former NSCF 14 and NSCF 17 champion, Loyola alum running back Justice Greenspan is the running backs coach. he is 40 years old.

Defensive Coordinator: Techomir Sendula. 52 years old. Played outside linebacker during his career. NSCF 12 starter for Northern Moravica; Starter for World Bowls 29-31 and 34; second string linebacker for World Bowl 35. He was brought onside by Alastair Jobs for the position after firing his World Bowl XXXV defensive coordinator. While this is his first ever coaching job, his depth of playing experience is seen as a major asset for this team, and while there are expected to be growing pains on the defensive side of the ball, he is certainly expected to improve throughout the tournament. This is his 4th cycle as defensive coordinator for the national team.

Other notable defensive staff: Former NSCF 14 champion and World Bowl XXXVI defensive captain David Franklin is the linebackers coach. He is 44 years old.

Special Teams Coordinator/Strength & Conditioning Coach: Iyoas Motuma. 43 years old.

Stadium of the Restoration
Location: Busukuma, National Capitol Region, Banija. Capacity: 91,835

The Stadium of the Restoration is the country's national stadium, used primarily for both gridiron and association football. A number of major events have been held here, including two World Bowl Finals, a Baptism of Fire Final, a Cup of Harmony Final, and the opening matches of two World Cups, as well as two World Cup semifinals. Furthermore, it has hosted multiple NSCF bowl games, as well as the NSCF Championship game. It is the regular home stadium for both national football teams, gridiron and association. The stadium, rebuilt shortly before World Cup 81, which Banija co-hosted alongside the Free Republics, has a turf gridiron field that lies underneath the grass soccer field.

Considering the national team hasn't played here since World Bowl XXXVII, rather than spreading out the games, all five of Banija's home games this cycle will be played at the Stadium of the Restoration.

Group E Schedule
Matchday 1: Banija @ HUElavia(49)
Matchday 2: Banija v. Vangaziland(9) at the Stadium of the Restoration in Busukuma, National Capitol Region
Matchday 3: Banija @ Terre Septentrionale(21)
Matchday 4: Banija v. Western Fardelshufflestein(UR)
Matchday 5: Banija @ Alba and Cymru(UR)
Matchday 6: Banija v. HUElavia(49)
Matchday 7: Banija @ Vangaziland(9)
Matchday 8: Banija v. Terre Septentrionale(21)
Matchday 9: Banija @ Western Fardelshufflestein(UR)
Matchday 10: Banija v. Alba and Cymru(UR)
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Postby Taeshan » Fri Jun 26, 2020 4:20 pm

Taeshan Fitin' Falcons

Head Coach - Alex Courtois
Assistant to the Head Coach - Steven Sebaker
Defensive Coach - Markel Fullerton
Offensive Coach - Elven Schwae
Offensive Style - Spread
Defensive Style 4-2-5

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Alexandre Forrest 4 25 Bayern Bison
Karl Huyett 32 25 Machrobat Mud Hens
Drew Lantern 87 28 New Capetown Bengals
Patrick Wantanabe 84 30 Folain Fennecs
Isaac Smallwood 85 26 Calendara Caribou
Ricardo Nieves 82 24 Reynea Rams
Walter Snyder 56 25 Pariot Patriots
Samuel Collins 57 26 Folain Fennecs
Nick Moore 61 27 Los Riosa Labrodors
Virgil Acklemore 64 21 Machrobat Mud Hens
Javi Principe 79 22 Moresville Mavericks
Neil Pike 91 27 Atlantea Ambush
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Richard Stuart 26 24 Docktown Diamonds
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Jeremy Cose 72 24 Chinchinhua Victory
Alberto Harris 78 22 Blacklake Kites
Lorne Caldwell 89 24 Laketown Lightning
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Sam Smith 66 25 Capetown Chimera
Kyle Dikovsky 69 23 Wolfin Dragons
Ebony Clark 91 22 Docktown Diamonds
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Gerard McKinley 76 20 X Island Vandals
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James Pessersmitt 43 24 Atlantea Ambush
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Marian Crowe 35 21 Ojian Ocelots
Maurice Drew-Jones 31 19 Docktown Diamonds
Champions - Copa Rushmori 22, Cup of Harmony 35, Di Bradini Cup 19, World Baseball Classic 13, Gridiron World Championships (World Bowl 0), World Bowl 34, World Lacrosse Championship 2

World Cup Qualifications-41, 44, 46, 59, 61(RoS), 62(Quarterfinals), 63 (RoS), 64 (Quarterfinals), 83, 84 (RoS), 85

Hosts-Cup of Harmony 55, Copa Rushmori 14, Sporting World Cup 10,
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Postby Delaclava » Fri Jun 26, 2020 6:53 pm

The United Republic of Delaclava presents...
World Bowl XXXIX

Live from the Grand Ballroom at the Swinton Three Rivers Resort, for those representatives in attendance and all who are watching from around the world. This is... the World Bowl 39 group draw!

Representatives from the Delaclava Gridiron Association, as well as Phoenixes captains - quarterback Brian Mathis, right tackle Colton Voigt, linebacker Seth Ružička, and free safety Obdulo Farukhan - are on hand to draw team names from each pot and place them into eight groups of six teams. And here's what we've got:

(OOC process: Order of each pot was randomised to assign teams to Groups A-H. The Pot 5+6 was first randomised to split it into two pots and again to assign those pots to each group. The order of each group was then randomised for the final assignments. As the host, Delaclava was automatically drawn from the unranked pot into Group A, and then placed as the first listed team in Group A.)

Group A
Delaclava (UR)
Equestrian States (45)
Transmondian Commonwealth of New England (16)
Drunk People at the Local Tavern (UR)
Drawkland (2)
Royal Kingdom of Quebec (32)

Group B
Jeckland (UR)
Xanneria (14)
Silver Beach (UR)
Lisander (30)
Taeshan (7)
Saint Kanye (33)

Group C
Main Nation Ministry (4)
Krytenia (76)
Squidroidia (UR)
Martune (UR)
Geektopia (15)
Velstrania (22)

Group D
The Jovannic (UR)
TJUN-ia (33)
Ko-oren (6)
The Sarian (49)
Cassadaigua (11)
Nagore (UR)

Group E
HUElavia (49)
Terre Septentrionale (21)
Alba and Cymru (UR)
Vangaziland (9)
Western Fardelshufflestein (UR)
Banija (19)

Group F
Lovisa (UR)
Damukuni (UR)
Inner AginanaUsordia (24)
Bongo Johnson (55)
Ranoria (3)
Newmanistan (10)

Group G
Torisakia (23)
Northwest Kalactin (55)
Kohnhead (UR)
Free Republics (1)
The Greater Nordics (18)
Sarzonia (UR)

Group H
Allamunnic States (8)
Mathuvan Union (UR)
South Covello (44)
Karditan (33)
Abanhfleft (17)
United Civil Republic (UR)

As previously published, the group stage schedule is as follows:

Monday 6/29 — Gameday 1: 1v6, 2v5, 3v4
Tuesday 6/30 — Gameday 2: 6v4, 5v3, 1v2
Wednesday 7/1 — Gameday 3: 2v6, 3v1, 4v5
Thursday 7/2 — Gameday 4: 6v5, 1v4, 2v3
Friday 7/3 — Gameday 5: 3v6, 4v2, 5v1
Saturday 7/4 - OFF
Sunday 7/5 — Gameday 6: 6v1, 5v2, 4v3
Monday 7/6 — Gameday 7: 4v6, 3v5, 2v1
Tuesday 7/7 — Gameday 8: 6v2, 1v3, 5v4
Wednesday 7/8 — Gameday 9: 5v6, 4v1, 3v2
Thursday 7/9 — Gameday 10: 6v3, 2v4, 1v5

The numbers correspond to the order in which each team is listed in their group. For example, on Gameday 1 in Group A, Delaclava will host Royal Kingdom of Quebec, Equestrian States will host Drawkland, and Transmondian Commonwealth of New England will host Drunk People at the Local Tavern (wow, that's a lot of words!).

Group standings will be sorted by Wins, H2H, H2H differential, overall differential, then RP bonus. (If a particular tiebreaker resolves a tie of three or more teams, but two or more teams remain tied, the tiebreakers will restart to resolve the new tie.) The top two teams from each group will advance. By that time, more IC information will be published as the top 16 teams convene in Delaclava to battle it out for the championship.

You have a little more than 72 hours to provide your roster and make your first RP post, to give yourself the best chance at starting the tournament strong. Best of luck to all the competitors!
Champions of World Team Tennis Championship 2 and 3, Quidditch World Cup 2, Baptism of Iron 2
2nd: World Bowl 11, World Lacrosse Championships 16, AO Hockey Championship 7, AO Basketball Championship 5
3rd: World Cup of Hockey 16, Di Bradini Cup 15

HOSTS OF WORLD CUP 55, CUP OF HARMONY 44 AND 46, BAPTISM OF FIRE 72; World Bowl 11, 15, and 39; IBC 7; AOCAF 31; etc.



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