|Bill Marth's 2014 League Photo|
|Postseason Record||0 - 0|
|Current Team||The Dragons (medic, 2014 - )|
|Previous Teams||The Celts (2011,2013) The Cavaliers (2012)|
Marth was drafted to The Celts for his rookie season in the MCCL. While his performance during the season was passable, the Celts failed to make the post-season.
Marth was drafted to The Cavaliers for the 2012 season. Again, Marth's performance on the board was decent, but The Cavaliers would just miss the cut for the post-season.
Marth would return to The Celts for the 2013 season. In addition to fighting on the board, he was often seen helping patch up team mates at training and during matches as The Celts medical staff was somewhat... lacking.
During the off season Marth suffered a knee injury necessitating him taking a season off. Having seen the excellent job he'd done patching up his team mates in 2013, The Dragons offered to Marth the opportunity to be their board side medic for the 2014 Season.
A rare southpaw in the MCCL, Marth has won a good number of fast fights simply by taking advantage of opponents' momentary disorientation. Failing that, he relies on the extra reach and leverage provided by his height and wingspan, focusing on broadsword, quarterstaff and other polearms, and unarmed fighting.
Endurance is a continuing issue for Marth, with his record dropping considerably in long fights and multiple-fight contests. Additionally, his reliance on his left-handed advantage is balanced with a considerable shortfall in offhand and dual-weapon fighting. In fact, he has been known to enter such fights with a free hand rather than deal with two implements, with mixed results.