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Natha's Humanity Natha, the Tacos’ sole incineration, was known as a wild card, both on the mound and around the city. Embodying the team’s pop-90s spirit, she frequently donned rainbow checkerprints and neon patterns, and her portrait along the team’s hall depicts her in an entirely colored denim athletic outfit with a vegan taco in hand. In this portrait, her mullet was a pink ombre, although she was known to change hair colors frequently with assistance from high-fashion teammate Basilio Preston (now Mason).
Kath, continuing to exemplify the team’s energy, commissioned a replacement for her prosthetic arm in order for it to be a neon shade of green. Although born with only one arm, she made up new stories every time someone asked about its origin. Prior to the start of Season 2, a news station interviewing the rotation approached Kath about her green arm, to which she responded, “‘Oh yeah, that was because back in XX92 I was swimming through the Venice canals and there was a mongoose deep down there that bit it off because I called it ugly, moral of the story the city council had to get involved and declared circular televisions illegal.’” No legitimate answer has ever been given during interviews. Recruited by Al Pastor from a local kitchen appliance store to be in marketing for his up-and-coming kickball team, Wyatt Masons’ interest in mechanics began from talking about her prosthetics, eventually leading to NaN’s subconscious affection towards Pitching Machine.
Although her entry into the ILB was unintentional, as with the rest of the Tacos original roster, she quickly befriended the team and hosted game nights, coaching fellow teammates Patel Beyonce and Lee Davenport (now Wyatt Dovenpart) in Sluper Smash Brlos, and leading card sessions with Taiga (now Wyatt) Quitter. She is cited to have attempted to get sponsored by Van Nuys Ralphio’s grape soda line on multiple occasions, and was a fan of pineapple pizza.
Although the second best performing Tacos pitcher of her time, her coaching skills were never extended from gaming onto the mound, although team captain Wanda (now Wyatt) Pothos regularly asked her to. She did, however, express slight interest and request to discuss the logistics of coaching over tacos with Pothos at least seventeen times.