Pandemonium Artists

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The Pandemonium Artists are a blaseball team that participated in the inaugural Coffee Cup between Season 11 and Season 12.

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In the Shadows

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Background

The Pandemonium Artists is a collective of creative freelancers based in the city of Pandemonium. They play blaseball between art gigs in whatever space is close to their current community job large enough to facilitate play.

The Artists often collaborate as muralists, taking on challenging and gigantic art jobs all over Pandemonium and beyond - and take advantage of the doors this opens to play in some of the cities most exclusive spaces amongst themselves. With a team of over 30 artists, they regularly shift and rotate positions and give everyone a chance to play.


COMMUNITY LORE

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Origins

All over Pandemonium, taggers and graffiti artists throw up amazing works of art. The city is a colorful landscape of hand-styles and murals, crisscrossing and painting over every surface. Some swear that art has taken on a life of its own. In the case of the Pandemonium Artists, it has.

32 distinct characters (although some dispute the number) have been seen painted all over the city and almost always grouped along the same walls and alleys. What makes these unique though, is several witnesses claiming the Art steps off the wall and comes to life - and if approached, won't stop talking about blaseball.

Some assume they must all be created by a single artist/necromancer who is bringing the graffiti to life, but the Artists have been seen in such a wide variety of mediums and styles, that seems impossible. So far, no on has claimed ownership of any of the living art either.

Banksy was unavailable for comment.


Internet League Contenders

While working on a Tigerbeams mural in Hellmouth, Utah, the Artists took a break to play ball on an actual regulation field. During the 5th inning changeover, the stands began to fill in preparation for the Coffee Cup announcement and several Internet League Blaseball players, team captains, and notable figures in the community made their way onto the field along with the 14 Artists players planning to take the outfield and bases.

When asked why they were on the field, Friend Void stated simply: “To play Blaseball!”, not realizing he was speaking with Parker MacMillan IIII.

Being new to the job, MacMillan took Void at his word and announced the Artists among the teams of the Coffee Cup.


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Stadium

The Artists don't have a formal stadium, but bring a set of bases with them on jobs. With each game, the first artist at bat is expected to name the days "stadium" by tagging over the many names drawn on the home plate. As of now, it reads: "Stadium_V5_final_FINAL.psd "