Ankle Halifax

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Ankle Halifax is a pitcher in the Shadows for the Atlantis Georgias, and has been with the team since the Descension.

Official League Records

Halifax joined the ILB as a pitcher for the Atlantis Georgias during the Descension.

During the Season 15 elections, Halifax retreated to the Georgias' Shadows in exchange for Knight Triumphant as a result of the Georgias' Foreshadow will, resulting in a combined 14.3 -> 15 stat increase.

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Ankle Halifax is a sailor from the □□□□□□□□ Age of sailing. Despite their short stature and young age, they became the captain of a great vessel. This is probably due to their uncanny ability to read runes and divine sailing weather from them. However, the runes didn’t predict their vessel sinking near Halifax around □□□□□□□ , □□□□□□□ during a very large storm. As a result, Ankle gained the ability to breathe underwater and became part anglerfish through unknown means.

They joined the Georgias due to being bored with not doing any captaining or reading runes. This lack of employment is primarily due to the fact that Atlantis is underwater, therefore no boats are around to sail persay. They pitch for the team due to the incredible speed of them throwing various objects in the water and on land. This was due to years of throwing crew mates telescopes and throwing balls underwater due to boredom. Their signature pitch is “The Lure” in which they show their lure to distract the batter and throw a pitch. This tends to work as their lure looks exactly like a blaseball for some odd reason. Though most aren’t fooled, they mainly don’t hit because they’re distracted by how adorable Ankle looks in their little sailor uniform that they specifically requested. Oh and the little hat dawwwww Ankle is adorable…

The rest of the text is pure gibberish at the sight of Ankle Halifax. It is implied that the author saw Ankle while writing this and was charmed. Researchers call this effect “The Cute Sailor Ankle Effect”