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Video game fandom
NameBlaseball, Internet League Blaseball
Developer(s)The Game Band
Release dateJuly 2020 - June 2023
External link(s)Blaseball
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Internet League Blaseball was a collaborative online baseball simulation, with horror and fantasy elements. Seasons happen from Monday to Friday, where teams play 99 games and then go into the postseason on Saturday. Players bet on teams to earn coins that can be spent on votes to change the nature of the game in the next seasons.

Canon Overview

There were 24 active teams in Blaseball, each with its own dedicated fanbase. These teams are separated into four divisions across two leagues: the Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil, Awful good, and Awful Evil.

These division in the beta version were previously: the Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil, Lawful good, and Lawful Evil between beta seasons 1 and 4. Due to a decree voted on by fans this was changed to: the Mild High, Mild Low, Wild High, and Wild Low from season 5 to season 24 of beta.

Major Characters

Entities and Gods


The majority of the fanbase can be found on the official discord server, affectionately referred to as “maincord”. Each team has dedicated channels on the main server, although some create side-servers, like The Crabitat, in order to foster a greater sense of community. A sizeable chunk is also on Twitter, due to the official twitter tweeting in-character as The Blaseball Commissioner.

Terms and Jokes

Within the main fan community on discord and twitter, there are many terms or jokes used widely by fans. Many of which are in reference to fan activity or events that take place outside of the game. Some of which use already popular terms that appear in memes or pop culture with added context or meaning when used in this fandom setting.

  • "Can't stand commies": usually used as a punchline and in reference to a fan's outrage at the concept of money being destroyed in the game.
  • Features: Used commonly by fans as a replacement for "bugs" in reference to the makers of the game declaring that a test season during the 2022 hiatus would have "no bugs, only features."[1]
  • Wimdy: A term used to reference when teams are able to win something against unfavorable odds. This is in reference to a tweet made by a fan lamenting that Dale won evil Wind spirits despite having almost 0% of the votes submitted to get it.

Fan Works


Fan Art

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Fan Sites

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Archives & Resources