Ji-Eun Loubert

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Ji-Eun Loubert is a player for the Chicago Firefighters, and has been with the team since Fall Ball. Loubert has played for the Ohio Worms.

Official League Records

Loubert joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Ohio Worms on Season 尾13, Day 89 after the incineration of Augusta Chadwell.

During the Season 尾21 elections, Loubert gained the 2x modification via the Worms' Magnify will.

During the December 9, 2022 Fall Ball, Loubert fell to the Chicago Firefighters.

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

Loubert Ji-Eun is a French-Korean trans man, hailing from a Creole area of Louisiana. Loubert is his family name, Ji-Eun his given. Unfortunately, the ILB messed up the paperwork.

Loubert is a well-known DJ of many talents: pirate radio, music producing, podcasting, and all things music. He's also a polyglot, speaking many languages and playing many instruments.

Loubert has a reserved personality when he is not playing blaseball or DJing. When engaged in those activities, he truly comes out of his shell (in a figurative way - unlike fellow Worm Lenny Crumb, Loubert does not have a physical shell). DJ Loubert has a radio station located underneath the Wormhole, and loves to blare music during Worms home games.

Loubert first joined the ILB by pure coincidence. He was on-site recording a radio broadcast when former Worm Augusta Chadwell was incinerated. He saw an opportunity to be part of something big, and volunteered to fill in for Augusta.

When Loubert makes a good play, Worms fans are known to chant "DJ!", "DJ Solid!", or "Pump it up!"