Goodwin Morin IV

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Goodwin Morin IV is a lineup player in the Vault, and has been there since the end of Season β22. Morin IV has played for the Kansas City Breath Mints.

Official League Records

Morin IV joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Kansas City Breath Mints during the Season β19 Latesiesta via the Gift Shop. At the end of the Season, Morin IV faded to Dust and returned to the Vault.

Morin IV rejoined the lineup of the Kansas City Breath Mints during the Season β22 Latesiesta via the Gift Shop. During the Season β22 elections, Morin IV gained the Reload modification as a result of the Autosave blessing. At the end of the Season, Morin IV faded to Dust and returned to the Vault.

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

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An Unexpected Recruit

Goodwin Morin stands at an impressive 7'3. She claims to be from a close knit guild of god slayers from Dark Seattle. While she was initially secretive about the organization, she has since opened up more about them during her time on this side of the gumwall. Formerly known as the God Ragers, this guild was made up of people from all walks of life who decided at one point or another to dedicate their lives to taking down gods, primarily the kind that cropped up due to humanity's hubris. She reports the guild being responsible for taking down the gods of logging and internet trolling, among others. The God Ragers would meet their demise when they agreed to help take down the Sun, as its ever present fixture was proving detrimental to the local ecology. Details of the acquisition are scarce, but after Morin pierced the sun with an arrow, the Corporation took control of the God Ragers, Morin included.

During Season 9, as a result of the Secret Weapon Scandal, Morin was blessed with shadow magic and an incredible buff to her strength. Again, Morin wasn't given much choice, but took to her new powers well. As she practiced honing her newfound strength, she began plotting an uprising with her fellow team mates, who were all kept in "company cubicles" beneath the Dedication to Equality Ballpark Tower (DEBT). As the plot was about to get underway, the power was cut by none other than the Seattle Garages, and the two groups worked together for what came to be known as Operation DEBT Collection. As they reached the surface, it became apparent that Morin would not fit on the tour bus without sacrificing a number of seats given her massive size, so Morin opted to let other escapees go in her stead. Ollie Mueller handed her two skateboards shortly before boarding the bus. After helping them push start the bus to allow for their escape, she strapped both skateboards to her feet and roller skateboarded to safety after them. While she lost sight of them shortly thereafter, she managed to find her way through the gate to Seattle, smashing through the remainders of the gum wall.

Morin reports meaning to meet up with the Garages after her arrival, but getting caught up in the less dystopian Seattle. During her time in Dark Seattle, she took to going to underground pinball arcades (which were referred to as "hot tub clubs", to avoid detection), so upon discovering pinball was legal and encouraged, she toured the various pinball arcades in the area, bumping former Garages member Allison Abbott from many of the top scoring slots. It was at Rayglun Lounge that Morin met Sparks Beans, who offered to let her crash with them. It wasn't until a few days had passed that Morin realized Beans was also a member of the Seattle Garages, as Beans had work the day of the heist and could not attend.

After Mike Townsend's return to baking in the Seattle Shadows Co-op, team captain Teddy Duende offered Morin his spot. Morin accepted and has been on the team since. She's proved indispensable, pitching with a number of her arms. On Season 11, Day 12, Morin was charmed by three different batters of the San Francisco Lovers (Kichiro Guerra, Don Mitchell, and Alexander Horne), granting her the nickname "Bi Disaster" by her fans, a title which she wears proudly. Since then, Morin has had a track record of doing poorly against the Lovers, charmed or not. Rumors suggest Morin has taken to hot tubbing with them before games, but these rumors cannot be substantiated, nor could it be clarified which type of hot tubbing they might be doing.

Personal Life

Pinball remains as Morin's favorite hobby, using it to calm down before and after games. Morin also enjoys a good hot tub soak, especially after working out. As pinball arcades were referred to as "hot tub clubs" in Dark Seattle, Morin enjoys confusing her teammates by telling them she's going hot tubbing and not clarifying which she's referring to. Teammate Malik Destiny learned this the hard way when, having assumed she meant pinball, followed along only to find it involved hot water.

Morin continues to room with Sparks Beans in the International District, the two practicing their magic together. Beans has begun teaching Morin the ways of Tabletop Gaming, and in return Morin shows Beans how to do pushups "the right way." Morin says she appreciates Beans' coffee making abilities, even if they do chide her for using milk substitutes.

During the siesta, Morin has taken up holding yoga classes in which she plays metal music and growls out the pose instructions. This Heavy Metal Yoga is held locally as well as by teleconference, and a number of players in the league partake in her classes.


Morin, determined to master her new shadow arms, chose the to learn the multi necked guitar and the harp. This makes Morin the first member of the team and of the band to pick up the guitar as their primary instrument. As music is forbidden in Dark Seattle, Morin has yet to settle on a favorite genre.

Morin is in a metal band with team member Theodore Duende. With Duende's impressive voice and Morin's ability to project her voice through the shadows, earplugs are mandatory at their concerts.

Time on the Tokyo Lift

In the Season 12 elections, Morin was moved to the Garages' lineup. She spent the following season getting to know as many other players as she could. She was intrigued by the Tokyo Lift: Morin could see their potential for both blaseball and godslaying. In Season 13, she transferred to the Lift to help coach them and hone their skills. The team gave Morin a special uniform without the team's arrow logo.

While on the team, Morin lived with Silvaire Semiquaver. The two became good friends; Semiquaver served as something of a guide for Morin as she learned her way around Tokyo. Morin also developed a close friendship with Stijn Strongbody. They found kindred spirits in one another, both of them feeling pressure to take care of their teams and serve as role models. They were able to talk about their anxiety and find ways of dealing with it together. Strongbody was a frequent attendee at Morin's heavy metal yoga classes, now hosted in the Legscraper.

While Morin expected to get along with Gerund Pantheocide, she actually found that Pantheocide idolized her as a god-killer and had difficulty seeing her as a teammate and a normal person. Despite her new struggles with Ego, Morin was able to remind Pantheocide that no one you look up to is better than you are, and the two of them were able to form a stronger, more well-rounded friendship.

Morin also found herself in a complicated semi-rivalry with the troubled Wyatt Quitter. The two god-touched players were able to recognize something of themselves in one another, but could never quite reconcile that into a friendship. The two were at odds, and took to avoiding one another rather than pursuing arguments. Morin was still stricken when Quitter became a Receiver, then Echo, then Static in short order. With Quitter's loss hanging heavy over them, Morin led the team into the sixth stage of grief: deicide.