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Elliott joined the ILB as a pitcher for the Dale at the beginning of Season β1. Despite a middling rating, Elliott was a reliable player and had the most strikeouts of any Dale pitcher during Season β3.
In the Season β9 elections, Elliott was targeted by a rogue umpire for the New Kid blessing, which would have incinerated the team's least idolized player; however, the incineration was prevented by Raúl Leal with the Iffey Jr.
On Season β24, Day 11, Elliott joined the Dale's rotation in exchange for Rigby Peacelily due to Night. On Day 15, Elliott retreated to the Dale's Shadows in exchange for Liam Snail at Miami International Arena via the Ratified Fax Machine.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
The 47th Incarnation of Don Elliott, or Don Elliott for short, was born and raised in a monastery dedicated to following the teachings of the original Don Elliott. The Elliottists, as they are called, choose, in a laborious and secretive process, the replacement for Don Elliott whenever the current Don Elliott passes away, drawing from the most dedicated and knowledgeable Elliottist monks. The chosen monk is said to be the next reincarnation of Don Elliott.
Elliottists dedicate their life to understanding and adhering to Don Elliott's teachings and actions, relying on historical and contemporary religious texts and compendiums such as The Path of Meticulously Parting Your Hair to the Left, The 6 Commandments of Frying Some Kick-Ass Conch Fritters, and The Way of Cracking Open a Cold One With the Boys After the Big Game. They also record the thoughts of the Don Elliott incarnations, who have, throughout the eras, been known for their wisdom-filled aphorisms and proverbs. Famous examples include: "Weather sure is a bit chilly today, huh folks?" (9th Don Elliott), "I think I saw a great sale on lawnmowers on the way here" (20th Don Elliott), and "Nothing beats cracking a cold one with the boys after the big game" (46th Don Elliott).
The 47th Don Elliott has commented on the multiple fatalities occurring in blaseball games, as well as his carefree style of play: "Well, I sure feel for the other players and their families out there, but I gotta say, I kinda have an advantage out here, you know. If I ever kick it in one of these games I will just keep living on through the next Don Elliotts."
Don Elliott is married with four children: Donjomin, Donathan, Dawn, and Phyllis.
A drawing of Donna Elliot by Eli Finch
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