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Coach Kruzzlak's Guide to Sports

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10 Unique Sports Game Encounters to Thrill and Challenge Your Players!

You don't have to be a "sports person" to enjoy these new d&d sports

Coach Kruzzlak the orc is here to school you in the most harrowing challenges imaginable. Forget trap-riddled dungeons and ancient dragons, because your heroes haven't sweat until they've proven themselves in the field of organized sports.

Each sport in Coach Kruzzlak's Guide to Sports can be inserted into any game and has its own unique origin, easy-to-understand ruleset, and simple-but-effective mechanics for challenging your players with contests they'll never expect and will never forget.

Don't just roll athletics checks! Treat your players to gamplay that is complex, varied, designed to utilize a variety of skills, and offer as much strategic gameplay as they do roleplaying fun.

As a bonus, four unique player backgrounds are included: 1. Jock 2. Coach 3. Fanatic 4. Bookie

The ten fantasically fun sports are:

1. Celestial Rings: A sport where two teams try and bounce a rubber ball through a set of high-mounted rings to score points without using their hands or feet. The team falling behind in points is able to activate celestial levitation to temporarily give their team an edge.

2. Dragon Brawl: Not a game for weaklings, two teams fight over an egg-shaped leather ball and try and carry it across the field and through their goal posts. Good luck trying without getting tackled, though.

3. Elegantics: A contest of athletic, acrobatic, and magical performance. Impress the judges to earn a high score, but only the riskiest and most difficult routines will do the trick.

4. Free Fishing: A swimming sport where two teams try and catch a live fish before the other team. It's far easier said than done, though, and it will require skill, teamwork, and swimming speed of course.

5. Jousting: A classic sport of mounted valor, two riders try and knock each other off their mounts with long lances. However, don't expect things to be that straightforward, or for each rider to be on a horse either.

6. Magic Flag: A sport of capture the flag where the flag is a suit of mechanized armor and each team is equipped with special spell wands. Only magic is permitted, but anything else goes.

7. MMC: Standing for "mixed martial combat" this sport involves two combatants in a ring wrestling and striking for victory. Weapons and magic are forbidden, and while the fighting is fierce, the rules keep each fighter alive. 

8. Power Pong: Two players armed with special rackets bounce an explosive ball back-and-forth in dangerous volleys. The winner gets the ball to explode on the opponent's side of the court, but this game can be unpredictable.

9. Race-a-thon: A diabolocially challenging foot race (or mounted race) involving flats, uphills, and obstacles designed to trip up racers. Speed, stamina, and fast reflexes are a must.

10. ThwackerHit balls with a bat to score ho hums, doozies, or even the rare thwacker that goes sailing over the horizon. This sport pits the pitcher against the batter, and two teams pitting their skills against each other.

 
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July 20th, 2020
Coach Kruzzlak’s Guide to Sports by Lucas Anderson (@BetterMindSnot) From Thwacker to Free Fishing, this collection of competitions will bring the excitement of sports back. Are you a coach, a retired athlete or even a fanatical fan? In this b [...]
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