Nandy Fantastic

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Nandy Fantastic was a player in the Shadows for the New York Millennials, and was with the team from Season β7, Day 24 until Fall Ball.

Official League Records

Fantastic joined the ILB as a lineup player for the New York Millennials on Season β7, Day 24 after the incineration of Wesley Dudley. Fantastic also gained the First Born modification.

During the Season β14 elections, Fantastic received the Minimalist modification as a result of the Seattle Garages winning the Min-Maxing blessing.

During Season β16, Fantastic was attacked by Consumers once.

On Season β20, Day 77, Fantastic was swept  Elsewhere... and gained the Negative modification as a result of Thomas Dracaena's Undertaker modification.

During the Season β20 elections, Fantastic gained the Undefined mod as a result of the States of Play blessing.

During the Season β22 elections, Fantastic gained the Subtractor mod as a result of the Subtractor Avoidance blessing. Fantastic also lost the Negative mod as a result of the Lineup Flip blessing.

On Season β24, Day 26, Fantastic retreated to the Millennials' Shadows in exchange for Andrew Solis at New York, New York Arena, Arena via the Ratified Voicemail.

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


Born into a family of Elite Pro Wrestlers in Hoboken, Nandy Fantastic had been performing since before he could first speak. Her fathers, Bobby and Tommy Fantastic, cultivated both a strong sense of slportsmanship and strong muscles in their child. With their intense training, Fantastic performed her first choke-slam at just 6 months of age and qualified for professional wrestling. At age 5, Fantastic was involved in a number of matches with their rival, Blair Strikely. The storyline ended with the bear, Strikely, "taking Nandy's place" in the Fantastic family. In reality, Fantastic stayed happily with his family and formed a close relationship with Strikely. Fantastic used this as an opportunity to take a break from wrestling and focus on her other interests, including Blaseball and magic.

After a nasty bout of Consumer attacks in Season β24, Fantastic elected to rejoin their family's wrestling school and promotion to have a return match against Blair Strikely, still "head" of the Fantastics faction. Fantastic is currently signed for free agent performances at Madison Hypercube Garden, where they have found the ability to simultaneously perform magic shows and wrestling matches in different universes.


Fantastic initially became interested in magic because of her fathers' wrestling gimmick. She later learned street magic from a group of pigeons on the streets of Hoboken. Fantastic proved to have a natural talent for magic and went on to study stage presence under the ghost of Frank Sinatra. Fantastic has gone on to perform stage magic and is rumored to have ability in arcane magic.

Blittle League

Fantastic initially played for their home city's Hoboken Hoboklins, but later transferred to the Battin' Island Zoomers. Fantastic was known for her blaserunning style, which often included intimidating the opposing blasepeople with their talons and large muscles. They also typically ran blases in a style known as "Naruto Running" which is thought to increase Fantastic's speed by providing lift under their feathers.


Sandie Turner

Fantastic and Sandie Turner grew up playing Blittle League together, initially playing on opposing teams the Hoboken Hoboklins and the Battin' Island Zoomers respectively. The two had a friendly rivalry on the field, but quickly grew to be close friends. Fantastic was later transferred to the the Battin' Island Zoomers, where they played in the line up directly after Turner. Fantastic contributes much of her early success in Blittle League to mentoring from Turner, whom she in turn mentored in wrestling. The two describe themselves as best friends.

Anathema Elemefayo

Fantastic often appears on Elemefayo's Twiltch streams to perform magic acts and soundly defeat their host in Ice Pro World Wrestling matches.

Greer Gwiffin

Fantastic is a frequent guest on Gwiffin's podcast Steely Dads, speaking highly of their early life in the wrestling business with their two fathers, Bobby and Tommy.

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