Lotus Mango

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Lotus Mango was a lineup player for the Philly Pies, and was with the team from the Season β22 elections until Fall Ball. Mango has played for the Tokyo Lift and Seattle Garages.

Official League Records

Mango joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Tokyo Lift during the Season β10 elections after the Ascension of the Baltimore Crabs.

During the Coffee Cup, Mango played for Club de Calf as a lineup player.

Mango was traded to the Seattle Garages in exchange for Goodwin Morin during the Season β13 elections via the Lift's Exchange will.

On Season β17, Day 78, Mango hit a grand slam, bringing the score to 10, which sent Charleston Shoe Thieves' pitcher Bright Zimmerman to the shadows via Fax.

During the Season β18 earlsiesta, Mango was given the Negative modification as part of the seasonal reading.

During the Season β19 earlsiesta, Mango was given the Undertaker modification as part of the seasonal reading.

During the Season β21 elections, Mango gained the 2x modification as a result of the Garages' Magnify will.

Mango was recruited to the Philly Pies during the Season β22 elections via the Under Taker blessing.

On Season β24, Day 61, Mango retreated to the Pies' Shadows in exchange for Jefferson Delacruz due to Night. Mango rejoined the Pies' lineup in exchange for Pudge Nakamoto due to Night less than an inning later.

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


Lotus Mango is a collection of entities all going by the name Lotus Mango. When asked why they all use the same name, they cited "tax purposes". Most entities known as Lotus Mango currently reside in the Big Garage's Greenhouse, though some seem to exist outside typical time and space, and thus have no need for it. Below is listed one of the many Lotii.

Box of Lotus Mango Files

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Lotus Mango, affectionately nicknamed “Gremlotus” or just “Gremlin” by her teammates, is a mysterious humanoid creature made of an indeterminate kind of plant matter. Her arms consist of dozens of interweaving vines with incredible strength and stretchiness, allowing her to climb around the Big Garage with ease. Mango often uses these talents to hang from ceilings or light fixtures, from which she can drop down on people and startle them.

Time with the Garages

Mango has a special interest in frogs of all kinds, and keeps many terrariums full of them in the Big Garage’s greenhouse. Her physiology allows her to handle extremely poisonous species of frog with no issues, and she cheerfully adds such frogs to her collection, admiring their bright colors. Many of her frogs can comfortably exist in Seattle’s climate, and she often lets them roam free or ride on her shoulders. Teammates of Mango’s have noted her ability to recognize when they’re feeling down or unwell. Her near-universal response is to deposit a frog in their hands or on their head, declaring it a “PRESENT!” and absconding in short order.

When playing with the band, Mango favors percussion, using a custom-made drum set with four times as many drums as usual. Her many vines let her play them with no trouble — often all at once. Learning more about her teammates’ solo projects has also inspired her to begin a harsh noise group with Alaynabella Hollywood. Mango’s contributions involve recording the sounds a guitar produces when she tries to eat it.


Outside of her musical pursuits, Mango enjoys the company of Alaynabella Hollywood and Malik Destiny, fellow “agents of chaos” who have taken it upon themselves to help get Mango banned from every Starbucks in the greater Seattle metropolitan area. She also gets along well with Penelope Mathews. They share a mutual appreciation for high-volume conversation, and often go on nature hikes near Mount Saint Helens with Theodore Duende. Shortly after Lenjamin Zhuge’s arrival to the team, Zhuge expressed interest in recruiting Mango to help them find the “legendary Pacific Kelp Beast” in Puget Sound. Mango reportedly dismissed the quest, saying “they don’t live around here anyway,” but has accompanied Zhuge on other such expeditions — evidently for the thrill of breaking into “private” property.

Just like every Garage, Mango sports a unique flannel. Hers is an oversized pink flannel — a gift from Goodwin Morin, handed off at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in a short window between Mango’s arrival and Morin’s departure for Tokyo. Morin’s impressive stature means the shirt nearly reaches Mango’s knees, but she adores it nonetheless. Along with her former teammates in Tokyo, Mango kept up regular correspondence with Morin up until her vaulting in Season 18.

Flipped Negative

Ever since the Reader turned Mango into a Negative, she has demonstrated new abilities relating to the manipulation of gravity. She generally uses this to float up to the Big Garage’s rafters for even stealthier pranks. Mango earned the nickname “Floatus” after taking advantage of her talent in a game to dodge no less than four tags. Each time, she spent more than six minutes hovering over second base and mocking the defenders until they gave up and allowed her to touch the base. Magi Ruiz, already curious about Mango’s composition and biology, attempted to study Mango’s gravity powers. Her results were inconclusive. To further research, Ruiz used the Big Garage’s non-physical tunnels to steal a Sharp Gravity Holey Glove near the end of Season 20. Though it was lost shortly after, Ruiz’s tests on Mango have resumed with promising results.

Fan Works


Lotus Mango is the focus of the following songs: