Lottie Ceilingfan

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Lottie Ceilingfan is a lineup player for the Hades Tigers, and has been with the team since the Season β21 Endseason. Ceilingfan played for Rising Stars during the ILB Semi-Centennial.

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Ceilingfan joined the ILB as a player in the Shadows for the Hades Tigers as the Tigers' Season β21 Overbracket Playoff Birth.

Ceilingfan entered and exited the lineup multiple times via Ratified Voicemail at the Sixth Circle Stadium. On Season β22, Day 4, Ceilingfan joined the Tigers' lineup in exchange for Zion Aliciakeyes. On Season β22, Day 58, Ceilingfan retreated to the Tigers' Shadows in exchange for Irnee Bluesky. On Season β22, Day 79, Ceilingfan rejoined the Tigers' lineup in exchange for Lachlan Shelton.

During the Season β22 elections, Ceilingfan gained the Skipping modification as a result of the Record Scratch blessing.

During the ILB Semi-Centennial, Ceilingfan joined the Shadows of the Rising Stars. Ceilingfan then returned to the Hades Tigers as a lineup player.

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

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Lottie Ceilingfan is a cat, presumably. Tigers management can confirm she is at least the front half of a cat. However, Ceilingfan only and exclusively emerges from a moveable hole in the ceiling of Sixth Circle Stadium, and never completely, so her back half has never been seen. Ceilingfan is usually upside down, hanging from the roof like a bat, regardless of wether or not there is an existing ceiling. Occasionally, she has been seen batting from floor-holes but appears extremely displeased while doing so. As of date, no one has entered or seen the inside of the ceiling hole and lived.

Ceilingfan appeared shortly after season 21, when she wandered onto the field, tiny bat already in paw. When the team was asked why a cat was currently taking swings at the practice cage, pitcher Hiroto Wilcox responded, "Oh, that's my cat," and neglected to elaborate further. Other accounts include Tigers shadow player Ren Morin, who is both an extra dimensional being and a cat, and is the only known player to have entered the ceiling hole and seen Ceilingfan’s back half. He has stated that Ceilingfan was ‘exceedingly polite’.

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