Combs Estes

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Combs Estes was a lineup player for the Breckenridge Jazz Hands and was with the team from the Season β5 elections until being incinerated on Season β13, Day 98. Estes also played for the Dallas Steaks.

Official League Records

Estes joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Dallas Steaks on Season β4, Day 50, after the incineration of Stevenson Monstera.

During the Season β5 elections, Estes was traded to the Breckenridge Jazz Hands in exchange for August Sky via the The Plan? Hit From The Mound blessing, becoming a pitcher in the process.

During the Season β9 elections, Estes received the Siphon modification due to the passing of the Forecast: Blooddrain decree.

During the Coffee Cup, Estes played for the Light & Sweet Electric Co. as a pitcher.

On Season β12, Day 37, Estes siphoned some of Mexico City Wild Wings lineup player Joshua Watson's baserunning in a game with Blooddrain weather, increasing their own from 2.3 2.8

On Season β13, Day 43, Estes swallowed a peanut and had an allergic reaction, resulting in a combined 9.7 5.3 stat decrease.

On Season β13, Day 64, Estes became a batter due to Reverb.

On Season β13, Day 72, Estes's baserunning ability was siphoned by Houston Spies lineup player Knight Triumphant in a game with Blooddrain weather, decreasing it 1.6 0.7 .

On Season β13, Day 98, Estes was incinerated and replaced by Dervin Gorczyca.

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.


Combs Estes (they/them) is the most stylish player the Steaks have ever encountered. With their sharp suits and ever-changing hairstyle, Estes has caused quite a stir in the Steaks fandom since joining the team in Season β4.

Estes is said to have been born with a full head of hair and a comb in each hand, one labelled "Unbreakable," the other labelled "Nonflammable." Growing up in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, Combs was fascinated with the city's Art Deco and Art Nouveau architecture and the many museums. Estes began attending museum galas and performances at the Fundación Italia at a young age, which is where they first began to develop their fashion sense, favoring carefully-tailored suits and a tall pompadour with shaved sides.

Estes joined the Steaks when Stevenson Monstera was incinerated by a rogue umpire. Estes was caught in the crossfire of the umpire's bolt of fire, and while they avoided incineration, the fire did burn off all their hair, which has not grown back due to the demonic nature of the fire bolt. Estes would say, during their first press conference, that they felt this was a positive development, "providing [them] with a fresh canvas to create whatever art is most moving." They have carried this philosophy forward into their blaseball career, wearing an assortment of different wigs and outfits, emblazoned with Steaks iconography per the rules, to create the appropriate dramatic effect needed for the game, whether that be to inspire their teammates or to intimidate or seduce their rivals. At particularly dramatic moments, Estes has even been known to remove their wig entirely and let their bald head be a statement of unmitigated confidence and determination.

In Breckenridge

After being traded to the Jazz Hands, Estes became the team's costume designer, managing their wardrobe for both games and performances. Combs also starred in The Peanutcracker as the Peanutcracker, who unites the mice and toy soldiers to destroy The Peanut. Combs originally learned to dance to ensure that the costumes they designed for dancers were practical and not simply stylish. They found that they had a talent for dance and polished their new skill until they were able to combine their costumes and dancing to induce maximum emotion in the audience.


  • Estes and Philomena A. Minyon, the Steaks General Manager, have become fast friends.
  • Estes marks it as a point of pride that they were in attendance for the unveiling of Rosario's Che Guevara statue in 2008.