the Griffin Grove Adelaide Dungeon Bowl Cup is an annual Bloodbowl tournament held in the first quarter of each year. The AFOUL Bloodbowl league in Adelaide runs the event.
ADBC has been running since 2011 and has become one of the world's most iconic Bloodbowl Tournaments thanks to the gigantic grand dungeon.
Contact us to register your interest for ADBC2012.
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check out Blitz! magazine for an account of how we made the grand dungeon out of Hirst Arts blocks with materials and advice from Ian Plumb at Griffin Grove Gaming.
Inside the magazine you will also find a full list of the Dungeon Bowl rules we developed.
The tournament is open to players of the Games Workshop's boardgame, Blood Bowl®.
Dungeon Bowl is an official variant created by Jervis Johnson.
The original rules have been modified slightly to make the game suitable for tournament play.
The rules used for this tournament have been exhaustively playtested to ensure a smooth but challenging gaming experience for players. Our Dungeon Bowl rules are available in BL!TZ magazine or as part of the registration information for players.
This variant of the game is perfect for beginers, because games last less than an hour and teams usually consist of only 6 or 7 players.