Graveyard weather table

2d6 result:
Angry Locals

An angry mob of locals has arrived at the stadium looking for the town Necromancer. Unable to find the fiend, they decide he’s disguised himself as one of the players! Both coaches roll off. The coach that rolls the lowest randomly selects one of their players from among those on the pitch. That player is immediately removed from the pitch and placed in the Reserves box, where they will hide until the end of the game, or until this weather condition is replaced by another. If the roll-off results in a tie, do not roll again. Instead, both coaches must randomly select a player to hide from the locals. If this weather condition is rolled again, this process is repeated; the locals are nothing if not generous in their misplaced suspicion of the players!

2d6 result:

A real pea-souper has descended, reducing visibility to almost nothing! While the fog persists, only Quick pass or Short pass actions can be attempted and the number of squares a player can attempt to Rush is reduced by one (to a minimum of 1). Additionally, the referee is far less likely to spot any foul play that occurs. Whilst this weather condition is in effect, players cannot be Sent-off for committing a Foul, even if they roll a natural double on either the Armour roll or the Injury roll.

2d6 result:
Perfect Conditions (well, almost)

It’s a bit gloomy, and there’s a strong suggestion of faint voices whispering too quietly to be heard, but otherwise it’s perfect Blood Bowl weather.

2d6 result:
Pouring Rain

A torrential downpour leaves the players soaked and the ball very slippery! Apply a -1 modifier every time a player makes an Agility test to catch or pick up the ball, or to attempt to interfere with a pass.

2d6 result:

Thunder rumbles and the night sky is lit up by regular lightning strikes. At the end of every team turn, roll a D6. On a roll of 1, a single randomly selected player on the active team is struck by lightning and immediately Knocked Down. When a player is Knocked Down by lightning, you may apply a +1 modifier to either the Armour roll or Injury roll. This modifier may be applied after the roll has been made.