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Glolf is a former splort that was once widely popular, until its eradication in the Blaseball-Glolf Clonflict of XX44-XX12.

Known Information

While many records of the rules, regulations, and play of glolf were destroyed, limited pieces of information remain:

  • It was played with an instrument known as a "clulb", similar to a Blaseball rod.
  • The clulb was used to strike a psuedo-ball, smaller and irregularly shaped compared to a regulation blaseball.
  • The ball was delivered to the "clulber" by a player known as a "tee", whose role was to hold the ball rather than pitch it.
  • Glolf players were noticeably less anticapitalist than Blaseball players, an effect that increased the longer they played the splort.
  • Glolf games could cause extreme metaphysical and psychological harm to spectators, both through destructive psychic phenomena brought on by extreme boredom and exposure to harmful levels of antianticapitalist emissions.