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On Season β20, Day 70, Gloom again retreated to the Moist Talkers' Shadows in exchange for Amos Melon as a result of Gleek Arena's Fax Machine. On Day 79, Gloom rejoined the pitching rotation in exchange for Cudi Di Batterino via the Fax Machine.
On Season β22, Day 4, Gloom retreated to the Moist Talkers' Shadows in exchange for Amos Melon as a result of Gleek Arena's Fax Machine. On Day 25, Gloom rejoined the Moist Talkers' pitching rotation in exchange for Freemium Seraph via the Fax Machine. On Day 78, Gloom retreated back to the Shadows in exchange for Nova Gesundheit via the Fax Machine. On Day 95, Gloom rejoined the Moist Talkers' pitching rotation in exchange for Uncle Plasma XII via the Fax Machine.
Over the course of Season β24, Gloom entered and exited the Moist Talkers' Shadows two times as a result of Gleek Arena Fax Machine events, ending the Season on the pitching rotation.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
He's just the most adorable dog you've ever seen play blaseball! Look at his wittle paws and shoes! We All Love Beasley! Gloom's human was Workman Gloom, who once batted for the Shoe Thieves and the Canada Moist Talkers.
Workman Gloom was bringing Beasley Gloom to practice one day when the coach demons of the Shoe Thieves mistook the canine Gloom for a player. He was immediately drafted into blaseball and given an adorably small uniform to match the rest of the team.
It is worth noting that as of time of writing, there is nothing in the rule book that says a dog can't play blaseball. There is also no explicit rule stating that a human being can play blaseball.
Sometime between Seasons 5 and 6, Gloom made the revolutionary discovery that he could simply hold his own leash and go on walks whenever he wanted, taking more frequent and longer walks. On one of these walks around Charleston, he discovered and enrolled in a local gym, taking up weight lifting as a side hobby. The increase in strength and muscle mass led to vastly improved performance over Season 6 and 7, with Gloom rapidly becoming the team's best pitcher, eclipsing even manager and veteran pitcher Cornelius Games. Gloom's new abilities and physical stature also drew commentary from blaseball media, with one journalist saying "that is without a doubt the most ripped dog I have ever seen."
Gloom specializes in stealing any shoe that looks tasty.