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Recover password. If you make good use of chain pushing players, you can set up more chances to crowd surf, free up your own ball carrier from a scrum, push their ball carrier out of a scrum to set up a block etc.
Even just pushing their ball carrier further back away from your end zone can be of great benefit. This fact is worth remembering if setting up for a One Turn Touchdown for example as it will require one less player.
The last use of pushing players around is when you combine Frenzy with Strip Ball, the first hit can knock the ball loose and then the second hit can push that player away or even knock them over at the second attempt.
You really need to pay attention to assists, especially on the second block and where you plan on pushing them back should that occur.
Against certain teams and in certain situations Frenzy can prevent you taking blocks due to this risk. Typically if facing a team that is stronger or has a lot of Guard players.
Having Frenzy as a skill prevents you from getting Grab to negate Side Step as well having Grab also prevents you from gaining Frenzy on that player as well.
The other disadvantage it gives is that you have no choice over whether your player follows up on the block.
Again this is another reason to have Block first and protective skills can also be useful such as Dodge or even just having high strength and armour.
Having to follow up is also what enabled opposing players to lead your player where they want them if they have Side Step. Following on from always having to follow up, you must always do Go For Its if required for one or both blocks.
For example if a ball carrier breaks through your defence and makes a run for the end zone and you need to blitz them.
If your player is 6 movement and they are 6 squares away, you hit them for the first block getting a push. Then the second block requires a Go For It and you have to do it.
There is a way to avoid making a second block though and that is if you have run out of movement. To do this you have to run around wasting your move, do a Go For It to get next to the target player and then hit them with your second Go For It.
All these factors combined are what makes having Frenzy players tricky for new coaches, especially if facing an advanced coach. Regarding the players that Frenzy is useful on would be a very long list if I put them all here.
I think it is safe to say that every team can benefit from Frenzy somewhere on the team. Some teams can carry Frenzy on more players safer than others are.
The safest players to put it on after Block or Wrestle would be stronger players. They are less likely to fall victim to being forced into a bad block.
Also teams that have a lot of Guard players which can provide a widely cast blanket of un-cancelled assists can utilise Frenzy well. So strong players on teams full of Guard are probably going to be your safest bet.
Lower strength players with access to strength skills can be good Frenzy players as well. It combines really well with Juggernaut for pushing players around and into the crowd and with more chances of getting knock downs Mighty Blow and Piling On can help leave those players down for good!
I was thus not pre-inclined to look kindly on this, expecting it to be a really shitty knock-off of the recent wave of shark-vival movies: The Shallows , 47 Meters Down , etc.
Probably with people wandering around the ocean. My guess proved roughly accurate, which would not necessarily have been a fatal blow, except for the stupidity of the script.
This started when Lindsey instinctively knew how to activate the transponder on their sunken plane [a plot point which, incidentally, went absolutely nowhere thereafter].
But I can pinpoint the exact moment this jumped the shark, as it were. It was when Paige and Lindsey kill one of the fish by yanking a boulder out of a cliff-face onto its head.
Good point regarding selecting a both down result. Frenzy can also be useful for crowd pushing two players in one go if the players are in the right squares.
Be careful about not leaving your team out of position if you spot that opportunity but need to move players to fill certain squares to pull it off.
I think frenzy players are not for beginning coaches but if you want to learn something new try it and you will possibly fall in love like me in this skill.
I mostly enjoy crowdpushing, so beside chaos where I have 2 beastmen blitzers with frenzy I enjoyed Norse team. If you are extracareful it is very fun to see enemy players ending outside of pitch.
Enemy coach must be watchful because playing near the sideline is very dangerous especially if your frenzying player has some good skills to support frenzy.
Tackle against that nasty dodging elves, dodge to make him hard to tie up, and at least not at last wrestle or block wrestle is better if you need enemy down , juggernaut to make second block happen against players with fend.
If you want killer you add some nasty mighty blows, pilling ons and claws. But you will have pretty nasty killer without killer skills, my wrestle tackle frenzy beastman has cased tons of kills and injuries without them.
Assuming the target has Block and Dodge which is pretty common for a ball carrier. Without a reroll a 2DB with Tackle is Tackle with a reroll is If you Frenzy the enemy player into the end zone, do you get to follow up with the second attack to Surf him, or is the touchdown counted right there, and the Frenzy interrupted?
Q: If a player with Strip Ball pushes a player with the ball into his end zone is this a Touchdown? A: No, as stated in the rules, a player has to be standing and holding a ball to score.
As for Frenzy, the touchdown is scored as soon as the player is pushed into the end zone. The Frenzy player does not get the 2nd block. In that case, surf them through the endzone!
I take this comment back. I just played a game where I pushed a guy into endzone with frenzy and he scored. Ah Frenzy, as someone who plays Norse and Khorne teams I must confess the skill can be a god send or a crippling mess.
Generally though I prefer to only use it on players with either block, wrestle or the like. On the upside, it is very fun shoving one guy across the entire pitch.
There are many ways to use Frenzy and many skills that marries well with it. Here are a few combos that I like.
Juggernaut: The advantage is obvious.