Mags Banananana

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Mags Banananana is a pitcher for the Hades Tigers, and has been with the team since the Season β23 elections. Banananana has played for the Chicago Firefighters, New York Millennials, Mexico City Wild Wings, Tokyo Lift, and Canada Moist Talkers.

Official League Records

Banananana joined the ILB as a lineup player in the Shadows for the Chicago Firefighters as the Firefighters' Season β9 Playoff Birth.

During the Season β12 elections, Banananana joined the Firefighters' lineup in exchange for Declan Suzanne via the Firefighters' Foreshadow Will.

During the Season β13 elections, Banananana gained the Roamin' modification and wandered to the New York Millennials due to the Firefighters' Revoke will.

Banananana was traded to the Mexico City Wild Wings in exchange for Mullen Peterson during the Season β14 elections via the Exchange will, becoming a pitcher in the process.

During the Season β16 elections, Banananana wandered to the Tokyo Lift due to the Roamin' modification.

On Season β21, Day 44, Banananana retreated to the Lift's Shadows in exchange for Domino Bootleg as a result of the Tokyo Fitness Center's Fax Machine.

On Season β22, Day 86, Banananana joined the Lift's pitching rotation in exchange for Ankle Halifax via the Tokyo Fitness Center's Fax Machine.

During the Season β22 elections, Banananana gained the On an Odyssey modification as a result of the Lift's Shadow Revoke will, and wandered to the Canada Moist Talkers.

Over the course of Season β23, Banananana entered and exited the Moist Talkers' Shadows two times as a result of Gleek Arena Fax Machine events, ending the Season on the pitching rotation. During the Season β23 elections, Banananana Evolved to Base 1 as a result of the Moist Talkers' third championship victory. Banananana then wandered to the Hades Tigers due to the Roamin' modification.

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

Box of Mags Banananana Files

Dust billows as the file box lands on the table. While many archives in the Interdimensional Rumor Mill are unified in some way, this... definitely isn’t one of them. The accompanying Rumor Registry explains all of the contents... wherever it is... but for now you grab the folder labelled IF-1667 and start reading...

The waters beyond this point are uncharted, tales from distant shores echoed back into our reality.


The following accounts can be traced to a single leather-bound journal originally found in a locked wooden chest alongside a sextant-like device of indeterminate origin and a shell that matches no known species of mollusc. The chest was located in a storage room in the Legscraper’s lower levels that was described as “smelling faintly of the sea”. Subsequent attempts to locate and navigate to said room have been unsuccessful thus far. The journal details the exploits of the crew of a large sailing vessel, The Tokyo Adrift, descriptions of which are largely consistent with mid-17th century galleons.

With The Tokyo Adrift

Mags Banananana was picked up by the crew of The Tokyo Adrift when the need for an additional deckhand arose. With decades of seafaring experience under her belt, Captain Strongbody felt confident in employing her as another steady hand aboard the ship. Banananana was known to support a large number of family members back on shore with her earnings, responding noncommittally when asked "How do you have kids in every port we visit?". She would set aside a portion of her income to be sent back to her numerous children and grandchildren each month.

Self-described as “a bit of a drifter”, Banananana often regaled the crew with tales of her exploits during her many years aboard other vessels. While she was evasive on exact details, she repeatedly expressed disdain for the Lotus Trading Company (mentioned elsewhere in the journal as the creators of Lotus Mango’s mechanical components) and their exploitation of smaller ports for the cultivation of tropical fruit. For reasons unknown, Banananana “swore an oath of vengeance against the organisation, promising that they would get what was coming to them”. During shore leave, Banananana regularly organised clandestine operations to sabotage the company, occasionally employing the aid of Lotus Mango.

As detailed in a wanted poster included in the journal, Banananana’s exploits against the Company included but were not limited to:

  • Defacement of banners, insignias and flags
  • Vandalism and destruction of Company property and equipment
  • Liberation of underpaid workers
  • At least two counts of arson

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