For Wood Elves the Long pass is everything, even more so than their High Elf cousins, and all of their effort goes into being an expert at throwing or receiving. No Wood Elf worth his salt is going to be weighed down by extra Armour and be forced to lurk about, attempting to knock opposing players over. Instead they rely on their natural athletic ability to keep them out of trouble, which is normally enough. It takes a very agile or lucky opponent to lay a hand on a Wood Elf.
Elves are amazingly agile and almost as fast as Skaven. Avoiding other's tackles is a pure formality for them. Elves are excellent passers and catchers. Their game could become a true nightmare for other teams not as agile and fast as they are.
Elves' agility can surpass anyone else's but they are weak and not very resistant. Their lack of armour is often fatal during matches against physical teams involving more encounters. Furthermore, their players are expensive and hard to replace in case of an ‘early retirement’.
Big Guy: The Treeman
The Treeman is probably the strongest player in the whole of Blood Bowl. He's gifted with an extraordinary natural strength against which very few players can compete. However, the Treeman is extremely slow and has a bad tendency of taking root in the middle of the field. If that happens, he won't be able to move...at all.GoblinsDark Elves