Cory Twelve/IF-52.284

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This article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community. It is just one of many Rumors that we've found in the Interdimensional Rumor Mill. You can find more Rumors about Cory Twelve at their Rumor Registry.


Originally developed as a high-temperature survey robot, C.O.R.Y. stands for "Center ofv Olcanology Research, Yellowstone" [sic]. The developer made a typo when flashing Cory's firmware and nobody has figured out how to correct it.

Twelve is a moderately advanced android utilizing a sample-collection scoop as a pitching arm, which means Cory is not actually all that good. Cory has lost multiple games since Cory's appearance, but fans of the Magic will honestly take anyone who isn't Famous Oconnor if it means they make the playoffs.

Cory Twelve continues to diligently generate topographical surveys both between and during blaseball matches, despite all efforts to focus Cory's attention on pitching.

It is not uncommon for Cory Twelve to vanish into the Yellowstone wilderness, reappearing days later (often just in time to take its place on the pitcher's mound) with a wealth of confused survey data that is never quite accurate to the areas its logs claim to have visited. Some speculate that Cory Twelve is unknowingly wandering into and out of the purely fictional ██████ ████████ ████, and that the data is a blend of mapping data where the two parks are intertwined. But, of course, ███████ does not exist, and so should not be mentioned.

Twelves is sometimes known as C.O.R.Y.-12.

Time with the Boston Flowers

Cory Twelve gets along well with all of their teammates on the Boston Flowers, commonly offering them rocks it has found as a gift of friendship.

Cory Twelve's ability to explore has fit perfectly in with Boston, be it exploring the Boston Garden or the ever changing nature of the city. Cory Twelve's most notable contribution has been as a member of The Weavers where Cory Twelve investigates and explores space-time rifts.