Max Betmint

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Maximillian "Max" Betmint VI is the General Manager of the Kansas City Breath Mints. He is often described by splorts-fans as "entirely too much whale blubber forcibly packed into a pinstripe suit and alligator wingtips", or "like a Vogon, but not as nice". Max Betmint is ruthless and cruel, a man entirely without conscience or scruples- this is not an opinion, but verbatim what is printed on a gold nameplate that he keeps on his mahogany desk. Betmint would defenestrate someone rather than giving them paid time off, and has done so on occasion. Instead of an employee handbook, Betmint distributes a copy of Machiavelli's "The Prince" to each employee, and charges them for it.

Betmint has been criticized by blaseball fans and journalists that he is "rather evil", and that owning a lawful good team constitutes a major conflict of morality. In his defense, Betmint does not care.


A veteran of the Glolf War, Max Betmint plied his army connections and numerous trust funds to gain a majority financial interest in the Kansas City Double Mints. After a vicious disagreement with his business partners about the parking spaces, the Double Mints separated into two teams, the Kansas City Breath Mints and the Kansas City Cough Drops. Within a year the Cough Drops were all incinerated under mysterious circumstances, leaving the Breath Mints as the only surviving Kansas City Blaseball team.

Unsubstantiated Rumors

  • Max Betmint knows the true identity of the peanut blasphemer and is holding this information as blackmail over their head.
  • Betmint was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, and as a result this grants him a natural immunity to lycanthropy.
  • Employees who demand pay raises, health benefits or new shoes seem to leave town in the middle of the night, never to be seen or heard from again. Some believe they are buried in concrete under the original Kansas City FreshDome.