The seventh season of DreadBall CORT has officially wrapped. While a celebratory, post-season Ultimate match will see the top ranked six Coaches compete in September, the worst and the the first have been crowned.
Among CORT’s many traditions, each season is named. Previous years have included;
S3 The Search for Spock
S5 Slaughterhouse Five
and S6 Christ Punchers
Most seasons are titled after pop culture references. Season seven’s title, “Fresh Meat,” was literal. For the first time since it’s inception, CORT welcomed two new coaches into the fold. Their season debuts could not have been more different and their final matches are detailed below.
THE CORT DB S7 SACKO
VETERAN Steve’s Diaspora (Yndij) vs FRESH MEAT Gavrie’s Bruce (Sphyr)
The Sacko is played to determine the Coach with the worst season record. In a surprisingly tight field, the bottom game squared veteran Steve against fresh meat Gavrie.
THE CORT DB S7 Championship
FRESH MEAT Brett’s Mean Machine (Male Corporation) vs VETERAN Zak’s Russia’s Red Twitter Bot Army (Brokkr)
Several CORT Coaches will have an opportunity to seek revenge and hurl final insults during the post-season Ultimate match. BreadDoll readers can anticipate another Rush Report from that game. Meanwhile, Gavrie begins considering his team draft for Season 8. That season will see its first ball launch in October. Do readers have suggestions for CORT’s season 8 name? Let us know in the comments below.
The Greatest Sport in the Galaxy has a cast of colorful characters. Thirty distinct teams have spent time on the DreadBall pitch, throwing strikes and taking slams. It’s a randy rainbow. It’s majestic mayhem.
But the sidelines cannot be forgotten. Cheerleaders rally the crowd, Elmer and Dobbs call out Events, and the Eye-In-The-Sky surveils. All in colorful chaos. Also present? Assistant coaches!
DreadBall has a deep field of unique assistant coaching models. However, adding additional staff is very easy and inexpensive.
I fancy some relatively bizarre things. So I found their miniature equivalent and turned them into coaching assistants!
Would BreadDoll readers like to create their own? It can be accomplished in short order. A step-by-step tutorial below:
Finished! Easy, inexpensive, and most important – FUN.
Would any BreadDoll readers like to receive an alternative assistant coach? Subscribe to our BreadDoll blog between 7/31/18 and 8/6/18. We’ll randomly select someone, and mail a mini after we return from Gen Con.
I am DONE. I have painted everything for DreadBall. And then some…
My gaming club (CORT) went “all-in” for the first two DreadBall Kickstarter campaigns, and I grabbed the 2nd Edition Kickstarter bundle. As part of our acquisition program, I made a commitment to my mates that I would paint the entire lot.
I initially anticipated twelve teams, a few giants, and a handful of MVPs. That was an ambitious, but manageable oath. Then, there was another set of teams, giants, and MVPs. Not to mention a new game. Then, there was a second edition. Not to mention new, second edition components. My commitment had serious “mission creep.”
Every team, MVP, Giant, Staff, Accessory… Done. 600 plus models. It was a hell of a project, and now I’m going to go drink a beer. Maybe more.
[returning to the keyboard after two pints]
In the five and a half years it took to paint these little galactic athletes, I learned a lot. Miniature painting is a peculiar past time that affords moments of clarity on various topics; health, wellness, legacy, relationships, endurance, persistence, and dedication to name a few. Practically, I did learn a bit about pushing wet pigment around on toys.
Below lies my assessment of DreadBall miniatures. I call the proceedings my “DreadBall Superlatives.” Fourteen Rushes, fourteen categories. These opinions are mine and mine alone. All of this took longer that I’ll ever admit. Please share your opinions on my purely subjective distinctions in the comments.
Bur first, there are preambles!
I. I chose very early to mimic the color (ahem, colour) schemes of Mantic’s production photos. In part because I wanted to challenge myself, and also because I thought it would be a soft promotional tactic when fielding the teams in public spaces.
II. I used Army Painter primer and paints. I used a combination of Army Painter and Citadel tones/washes.
III. I chose very early to strive for “table top standard.” My gaming club plays games. We don’t paint games. We’re middle aged men with eye glasses to see, and pint glasses to drink beer. None of us are scrutinizing the level of miniature detail from 30″ away. Also, time. With several hundred miniatures to paint, aiming for “TTS” quality helped move the process along.
[Lengthy diatribe] Despite being a professional artist, I only began painting miniatures in 2010 with Games Workshop’s 3rd edition of Space Hulk. This relatively new past time has been an interesting diversion from my normal studio practice of painting larger works on canvas. In one way, painting a miniature is instant gratification. I can finish a “TTS” miniature within a day, whereas a canvas may sometimes take three months. In another way, painting a miniature is like a glorified coloring book. I’m slapping paint onto a fully realized image that happens to be three-dimensional. The process is fun, but it’s technique driven and strictly complementary/secondary to the work of the illustrator & sculptor. As such, it’s no where near as rewarding or fulfilling for me as creating unique works from conception to final execution.
Form follows function. In Dreadball, this refers to a) the physical game, and b) the theme.
a) [Lengthier diatribe] DreadBall is a board game. It just happens to be a board game published by a miniatures gaming company. Consequently, DreadBall has many miniature game trappings. Nonetheless, there is a cardinal rule that must be observed in board gaming – FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION. If Coaches are not familiar with this concept, it’s a phrase coined by the exemplary American architect Louis Sullivan. DreadBall is a tactical sport, and positioning is a vital concept for game mastery. Positioning is based on a hex (pun not intended). The hex is tantamount. The hex is the alpha and the omega. A DreadBall miniature merely rests on top of the hex. The miniature must be subservient to the hex in order for the game to function. If a miniature crosses the plain of it’s own hex, it disrupts adjacent hexes and the miniatures that rest upon them. An illustrator and a sculptor must be cognizant of this fact. Often they are not. It does not matter how clever/unique/original a player design may appear. If the physical sculpture breaks the hex plain – it sucks. Creativity must materialize within the parameters of game play. The parameter is the hex. Break the hex, and the miniature is broke. If that conceit reads broken to any Coaches – go play a war game with a ruler.
b) DreadBall is the greatest sport in the galaxy. It’s science fiction. The miniatures need to aesthetically complement the setting. Sculptors and illustrators have a wide berth in this case with only two requirements: science fiction and sports. Nonetheless, some DreadBall miniatures look like they belong in entirely different genres.
Also, humor. DreadBall is dealing with an absurd premise. Intergalactic warring factions of outrageously different species are competing in an organized and sanctioned sport. It’s preposterous. If illustrators and sculptors (and game designers and flavor writers) can embrace the ludicrous theme – so much the better. In my opinion, games that are heavily miniaturized need more levity. Coaches, check yourself and lighten up. We’re playing Space Jam.
Without further ado, here’s are Prof Wojo’s DreadBall Miniature Superlatives!
1. BEST TEAM SCLUPT = Marauders
WORST TEAM SCLUPT = Koris
2. BEST TEAM CAPTAIN SCULPT = Reek Rolat and Raiden (TIE)
WORST TEAM CAPTAIN SCULPT = Kal Terza and Supreme Leader (TIE)
3. BEST MVP SCULPT = Buzzcut
WORST MVP SCLUPT = ORABB1
4. BEST SUPPORT STAFF SCULPT = Fergus (Mercury)
WORST SUPPORT TEAM SCLUPT = Cheerleaders
5. BEST PRONE SCLUPT = Teraton
WORST PRONE SCULPT? = Nameless
6. BEST GIANT SCULPT = Brank ‘Boom-Fist’
WORST GIANT SCLUPT = Karadon
7. BEST IP (Intellectual Property) SCULPT = Hector Weiss
Coaches! This BreadDoll Editor-in-Chief has ONCE AGAIN witnessed one the greatest DreadBall matches of all time. And ONCE AGAIN, it is only now that I begin to sober-up from an intoxicating evening of pure sports genius.
DreadBall league CORT held their second playoff game last night. Season seven was a close affair among all eight Coaches. But as the Championship game approaches, only four can go into the playoffs. The second playoff contest was Brett’s Mean Machine Team (sponsored by Miller Lite) [Trontek 29ers] vs. Alex’s TheReplicants [Draconian All-Stars].
I’m still no Jimmy Olsen, but I did my best to capture the dynamics. Photos detail a few outcomes from key actions and positions at the end of every Rush.
What a finish! Alex programmed magic with Romeo Blue and Linked. Brett’s impressive Support Staff brought (bought?) opportunity and upset over and over. Who would have thought? Two CORT playoff matches BOTH determined in Overtime!?
Brett’s Mean Machine Team heads into the CORT Championship match undefeated. More impressive? Brett is a rookie Coach! is opponent is not so green. Zak is long in the tooth when it comes to DreadBall. His Brokkr team is grizzled, steady, and tough as nails. Brett’s This season will be his sixth appearance in the big game. He’s won four times.
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Coaches! This BreadDoll Editor-in-Chief may have witnessed one the greatest DreadBall matches of all time. Only now do I begin to sober-up from an intoxicating evening of pure sports genius.
DreadBall league CORT held their first playoff game last night. Season seven was a close affair among all eight Coaches. But as the Championship game approaches, only four can go into the playoffs. First to the pitch was Ken’s Lanier Heights Losers [Rejects] vs. Zak’s Russia’s Red Twitter Bot Army [Brokkr].
I’m no Jimmy Olsen, but I did my best to capture the dynamics. Photos detail a few outcomes from key actions and positions at the end of every Rush. Post-match rosters are at the end.
While Ken does not advance to the Championship match, he does leave behind the specter of past seasons: The Sacko. CORT’s worst Coach of the season is awarded a… less than flattering trophy. Ken has been it’s recipient too often. Not this time. This season, his Rejects grew into a scoring juggernaut and laid some opponents into serious injury.
Zak move into the Championship game! He’s no stranger to the top tier test. With his seventh season appearance, he’s been to the Championship match six times! He’s taken home the colossal CORT DreadBalls Championship Trophy Four times! Will he do it again? And if so, who does he defeat?
CORT’s second playoff match is tonight, June 29 2018. Alex’s Neo-Bots vs. Brett Male Corporation. Will this BreadDoll editor be lucid enough to document the game?!
Comments, questions, and congratulations to the Coaches are welcome below.
Hear ye! Hear ye! Gather round common coaches, and let me share a compelling compilation of numbers. Thy third Origenes Cup has concluded!
The 2018 Origins Game Fair in Columbus Ohio saw a futuristic sports tournament in its 2nd edition, and The Ohio War Kings graciously allowed DreadBall coaches to launch balls in their gaming area. An elite gathering from the stretches of North America competed for seven action-packed hours, and the results were fascinating. Final rankings were a nail biter, even to the last Rush.
The 2018 DreadBall UK National Championship rules pack was in effect, with ONE modification; Only ONE MVP was allowed in a team build.
In short; Team builds were 1,200 mc. No Giants, no transfers, no Ronnie Rejects, and no “We Can Rebuild Him.” Team Captains, support staff, and generic player advancements (one per player at 25 mc) were allowed.
Coach and Team name
Race. Tournament Points. Total Fan Cheers. Total Serious Injuries. Match specs.
8. Joshua Tumbry and his South Bend Sewer Rats!
Veer-myn. 0. 12. 0.
Match 1. vs. Jon Carter. 1 point loss in Rush 10.
Match 2. vs. Wes Anslinger. 7 point loss in Rush 5.
Match 3. vs. David Baker. 7 point loss in Rush 6.
Match 4. vs. Ed Daugh. 4 point loss in Rush 12.
7. Wes Anslinger and his L.E.D.s (Life Extinction Diagnostics)!
Meta-Bots. 3. 26. 2.
Match 1. vs. Richard Matney. 3 point loss in Rush 9.
Match 2. vs. Joshua Tumbry. 7 point win in Rush 5.
Match 3. vs. Jon Carter. 1 point loss in Rush 14.
Match 4. vs. David Baker. 7 point loss in Rush 12.
6. David Baker and his Shaken & Baken!
Trontek 29ers. 6. 20. 1.
Match 1. vs. Geoff Burbidge. 2 point loss in Rush 10.
Match 2. vs. Ed Daugh. 1 point loss in Rush 12.
Match 3. vs. Joshua Tumbry. 7 point win in Rush 6.
Match 4. vs. Wes Anslinger. 7 point win in Rush 12.
5. Ed Daugh and his BUG BASH!
Z’zor. 6. 30. 7.
Match 1. vs. Lee Montgomery. 7 point loss in Rush 11.
Match 2. vs. David Baker. 1 point win in Rush 12.
Match 3. vs. Geoff Burbidge. 1 point loss in Rush 14.
Match 4. vs. Joshua Tumbry. 4 point win in Rush 12.
4. Jon Carter and his Teras Kasi Omegas (TKO)!
Teratons. 7. 57. 4.
Match 1. vs. Joshua Tumbry. 1 point win in Rush 10.
Match 2. vs. Richard Matney. TIE in Rush 12.
Match 3. vs. Wes Anslinger. 1 point win in Rush 14.
Match 4. vs. Lee Montgomery. 7 point loss in Rush 3.
3. Richard Matney and his Proto Doom!
Cyborgs. 7. 72. 4.
Match 1. vs. Wes Anslinger. 3 point win in Rush 9.
Match 2. vs. Jon Carter. TIE in Rush 12.
Match 3. vs. Lee Montgomery. 1 point win in Rush 10.
Match 4. vs. Geoff Burbidge. 1 point loss in Rush 14.
2. Geoff Burbidge and his Unnatural Selection!
Mutants. 9. 18. 0.
Match 1. vs. David Baker. 2 point win in Rush 10.
Match 2. vs. Lee Montgomery. 7 point loss in Rush 3.
Match 3. vs. Ed Daugh. 1 point win in Rush 14.
Match 4. vs. Richard Matney. 1 point win in Rush 14.
Lee Montgomery and his Sim-ian Swarm!
Zees. 9. 32. 0.
Match 1. vs. Ed Daugh. 7 point win in Rush 11.
Match 2. vs. Geoff Burbidge. 7 point win in Rush 3.
Match 3. vs. Richard Matney. 1 point loss in Rush 10.
Match 4. vs. Jon Carter. 7 point win in Rush 3.
The 2018 Origenes Cup could not have been done without the support of many DreadBall fanatics. Thanks to Michael Carter and the Ohio War Kings, Andy Meechan, Ciaran Morris, and my BreadDoll co-editors.
[Editor’s Note: I’m gratefully passing the Tournament Organizer baton to Mike Mueller for Gen Con 2018. I need to answer less questions, and get back on the pitch. I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in Indianapolis.]
Coaches! Huddle up, and let a schedule unfold before your marred clip boards.
The North American DreadBall Circuit (NADC) has three, THREE!, summer tournaments on schedule. You should attend one of these galactic contests. You should attend two! YOU SHOULD ATTEND THREE!!!
Not only will each NADC tournament be sanctioned by the DreadBall Governing Body (DGB), they’ll also be sponsored by your favorite little DreadBall blog – the BreadDoll! How does this impact attending coaches?
BreadDoll = All BreadDoll sponsored tournaments are chock full of awesomeness. Every participant receives a custom set of Home / Visitor cards. The tournament winner receives a set of BreadDoll D6. The tournament loser receives an actual BreadDoll! And returning Coaches that compete with a different team chip away at the coveted BD30. Coaches that participate in thirty BreadDoll sponsored tournaments with thirty different teams will receive a painted team from the BreadDoll editors!
NADC = All NADC sanctioned tournaments grant tournament winners an entry into the National Championship.
DGB = All DGB sanctioned games issue ranking points. Coaches can build their status over multiple tournaments and claim domination! Geoff Burbidge is the current raking Leader, and this travesty cannot stand.
All event information is available on DreadBall.com
[ Editor’s Digression: Have you created a coach profile? Have you created a team? Please spend a few moments on DreadBall.com, and make your presence known. Other coaches need fresh meat.]
I. Arriving soon – Origenes Cup. Returning to the Origins Game Fair in Columbus Ohio, DreadBall casts off its peculiar ‘Zero to Hero’ 2017 format for a full fledged 2nd edition throw down. Friday, June 15th.
II. Next on the tournament block, the General Control Cup! The largest convention in North America, hosts the most Orwellian tournament, for the galaxy’s best coaches. Get inside the Indianapolis Convention Center on Friday August 3rd.
III. Lastly (?), Lansing Michigan attempts a four point Strike with the Nova CTS Cup! Evolution Games hosts on Sunday August 19th.
The Nova CTS Cup is particularly interesting this year. In addition to the previously mentioned goodies, BreadDoll co-editor Geoff Burbidge has designed a BreadDoll pitch for prize support. Hot stuff!
DreadBall league play is brilliant. One-off matches are super fun. Ultimate is a chaotic hoot, and even Xtreme needs a ray of light to penetrate it’s dark hangar bay. But tournaments… Tournaments offer an opportunity to travel, enhance rankings, eat different food, meet new coaches, and spill blood on the neodurium. Hopefully, opponents’ blood…
The Stanley Cup. The Claret Jug. The Yellow Jersey. The All Valley Karate Championship Trophy…
All sports celebrate their best with a trophy. DreadBall is no different. Under Digby’s first edition regime, the penultimate award for winning was a GOLDEN BLAINE.
Showcasing a trophy in your display cabinet is not optional. It’s mandatory. Perhaps a display cabinet is not within reach of every coach. Alternatives can be made; on top of your icebox, fireplace mantel, or even car hood are perfectly fine locations. Regardless, it must be visible.
Any yet, trophies have little practical use during DreadBall game play. Beyond the psychological effect of their presence near an opponent – they’re too large, too precious, and too heavy. But there is a solution. It’s a micro-solution. It’s the DreadBall Trophy miniatures!
There are six.
[1-3] Previously available only from the first DreadBall Kickstarter, three metal trophies are now included in organized play kits.
 Previously available only in the Azure Forest expansion, the planet’s metal trophy is now included in the exceptional Galactic Tour expansion. Go ahead and buy it. You’ll want the Medi-Bot and cheerleaders…
 Previously available from the first DreadBall Kickstarter and organized play kits, the restic DreadBall Pitch trophy is still available via the Mantic Points system.
 Never before available until this BreadDoll post, the restic Golden Blaine! Pulled from the DreadBall Xtreme game, sponsor Blaine is the same sculpt as the coveted LARGE Golden Blaine. It’s time to convert him from his role as MVP and sponsor to a miniature trophy.
These six trophies can be used for any sideline role. A score maker and rush tracker make most sense, but they can even proxy for a cheerleader or coach. Regardless, they’ll need to rest on a DreadBall base.
With models prepped and raring to go, it’s time to slap paint on them. With the exception of the Azure Forest trophy, these models are very easy to paint. For those coaches unfamiliar with the technique of dry brushing, this is a friendly project to begin learning. In the event of an “accident,” it’s very simple to course correct.
Using Army Painter’s Greedy Gold, and a very inexpensive hobby flat hobby brush, load a brush with paint only to remove the majority of it over a dry paper towel. Even though all of the paint may appear to be wasted on a piece of disposable towel, pigment still exists on the bristles. Lightly swipe the brush over the model, and the paint remnants will adhere to the high relief. It’s a subtle effect over black primer, and that’s fine. Cover the entire model. Then, do it again. The next step is not necessary, but it does offer some additional depth; after the second pass at dry brushing apply a dark wash over the entire model. Once dry, apply a third pass of gold dry brushing. Clean up the base with Matt black and varnish with a Matt spray. Done!
The Azure model is a bit more challenging. Using the same dry brushing technique, pass the entire model with a layer of dark gray, followed by light gray, and finish with a white. A nice achromatic model is ready for some detailing! Cover the front of the shield with a watered down white. Once dry, maybe apply another coat of watery paint – but this time use a combination of white, green, and yellow ochre. Follow up with an application of two or three very watery passes of white over the center of the shield. While the shield dries, block in the spears with gray, brown, and yellow ochre. Once that brown is on the palette, water it down and streak it from the edges of the shield towards its center. Apply some thin green paint to the leaves, and dab some warm colors into the torch. Almost done! A tint of green can be dry brushed over the leaves, and the entire shield and spears can receive a wash of brown. Once dry, apply some war paint streaks of red to the shield’s front. Clean up the base with Matt black, and spray varnish to complete.
Almost every coach has the same score marker, rush tracker. And while coaches and cheerleaders offer more variety – these trophies are stand outs. During league play, they may serve as constant reminders to your regular opponents, “I’m better than you.” During tournament play, they can be excellent conversation starters.
“How did you win that All Valley trophy? It’s awesome!”
“My Coach told me to kick my opponent in the face.”
The 2018 North American DreadBall Circuit’s C-4 is a wrap!
DreadBall’s second edition presented an opportunity to retire the former Mid-Atlantic NADC event, and create something new. And so the Martian sponsored District of Columbia DreadBall Cup is demoted to a “non-ranking tournament” while the Cocoa Castle Corporation Cup (C-4) emerges as the new DreadBall.com “DGB Regional Competition.”
Those resilient Martians are a prickly bunch, and their return to hosting DreadBall tournaments will undoubtedly be filled with vengeance, mayhem, and slaughter. There is speculation of a themed contest featuring an epic host finale for the top seed…
Konrad Castle’s Chocolate Empire had a humble debut on Sunday April 15, 2018. Six Coaches brought the pain with a modified rule set* from the 2018 UK DreadBall Championship. All participating coaches received a custom set of Home / Visitor cards as well as a Chocolate Castle delicacy.
*No MVPs were allowed.
Veteran and rookie coaches rolled dice, and team captains made an appearance for three teams! First introduced at Adepticon’s 2018 League in a Night competition (sponsored by the BreadDoll), the power and versatility of team captains is something to behold. Their greatest attribute may be a matter of debate, but there’s no doubt: access to extra and unique cards, buffed stats, and assistant coach capabilities offer a lot. However, those benefits do come at a high cost towards team construction. Any team captain is going to have a mark on their back. It’s a good thing tournaments have resurrection between rounds!
EDITOR’S NOTE: I feel access to additional cards are the Captains’ greatest strength. While a TC’s cost may seem prohibitive, consider that two cards are worth 150mc. With that calculation in mind, the most expensive TC seems more acceptable, and the least expensive is practically a bargain! Beg to differ? Let us know in the comments.
Coach / Team / Team Name / Tournament Points (TP) / Cheers / Serious Injuries / Record
Geoff Burbidge / Tree Sharks / Planet X Mountain Tigers / 12 / 110 / 0 / 4-0
Well played Coaches, and many thanks to DreadBall’s regional FLGS home; Victory Comics in Falls Church Virginia.
The BreadDoll’s next sponsored tournament is another DGB Regional Competition! The NADC’s classic Origenes Cup will launch balls at 9am on Friday June 15, 2018 at the Origins Gaming Convention. The BreadDoll hopes to see you there!
Sunday April 15, 2018. Victory Comics. Falls Church, Virginia. United States of America. The North American DreadBall Circuit (NADC) sweeps through the region and offers four rounds of intense, intergalactic, competition.
It’s the Cocoa Castle Corporation Cup, or C-4 for short. Of course there’s a backstory, and it should be consumed before the Blaine Bar tutorial below.
The story thus far:
In 896AE, Chief Culinary Specialist Konrad Castle was stationed aboard the CCS Dread. His delectable prowess caught the sweet tooth of then Captain Jesus Ortiz, who would often encounter the chef during late night pantry raids. While enjoying chocolate petit fours, Ortiz would solicit Kastle for advice on his new recreational sport in hangar 91. A lifelong friendship blossomed in the Dread galley.
After military service, Castle became principal financier of an upstart corporataion specializing in explosives manufacturing. It was not a sound business decision. It was a bust. With retirement funds squandered, Castle asked long-time friend Ortiz, now Chairman of the DGB, for a helping hand. Ortize graciously replied, donating the funds to retool Castle’s corporate warehouses into a kitchen empire. A dream come true, Castle happily abandoned his efforts at armament sales for his life’s calling; Chocolate.
Reciprocating the generosity of Ortiz, Castle’s new corportation not only serves as the official Chocolatier of Digby, it also hosts a cavity inducing DreadBall tournament:
The Cocoa Castle Corporation Cup (C-4).
Konrad Castle wouldn’t reward the C-4 winner with just an ordinary trophy. No way! Instead, the Champion gets CHOCOLATE. Golden Blaine? Ha! The C-4 has a BLAINE BAR. There is nothing better in the galaxy that an edible totem of the infamous mercenary trapped in a casket of carbonite. I mean, cocoa.
Here’s how it was done.
With molten chocolate in hand (and a little in mouth), a steady pour and patience to dry resulted in…
May the best Coach enjoy this morsel of mayhem. And remember, even the worst Coach doesn’t leave hungry. Last place gets a BreadDoll. All coaches go back to the local room with a custom Home / Visitor card. And there’ll be some certificates and more chocolate delicacies to boot. Good luck to everyone attending the C-4! Interested competitors may still attend. Please visit DreadBall.com.