Percival Wheeler

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Percival Wheeler is a lineup player for the San Francisco Lovers, and has been with the team since the Return of Blaseball.

Official League Records

Wheeler joined the ILB in Season 1 as a ★★-star pitcher for the San Francisco Lovers.

During the Season 13 elections, Wheeler retreated to the Lovers' Shadows in exchange for King Roland as a result of the Lovers' Foreshadow will, resulting in a combined 11.9 -> 12.5 stat increase.

During the Season 14 elections, Wheeler rejoined the Lovers' active roster in exchange for Helga Burton as a result of the Lovers' Foreshadow will, becoming a lineup player in the process.



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

Best known for her "Knighthood MAX" pitch, which comes with a charge of cavalry units across the field, Percival "Percy" Wheeler is an avid fan of chilvalric etiquette. She has been known to take tokens of affection from fans and rivals alike and wear them into battle. While the most likely to start a fight of the Lovers, Wheeler is also the most likely to end one by asking her opponent on a date.

Knight Triumphant met Wheeler when she fell from a time portal and ended up crashing into Triumphant's bowl of oatmeal. Due to this time portal, which supposedly leads to a land of Artorian Myth, Wheeler's appearance constantly fluctuates between that of a knight in shining armor, a single tire with a glove taped to it, and a 1940s airline attendant, the three most chivalrous things that Wheeler can personally think of.

While initially wanting to be a batter for the team because it seemed "more like swinging a sword, wouldn't you say loves?" Triumphant requested she stick to the mound when she refused to remove her armor for blaserunning. "It just isn't practical, my sweet, I mean, we really should put those guns to good use," Triumphant was heard to have said in the privacy of their kitchen.

Wheeler is known for pitching from horseback, which is in direct conflict with the rules of Blaseball stating that horses are not allowed. When asked about this she simply says, "You simply need to know the right person to ask, and then challenge them to a duel." Wheeler's horse's name is Wife and is a brindled mare.

Wheeler enjoys long walks on the blaseball field. She can often be found walking the opposing team's lineup just so that she can walk alongside them, holding hands, towards home base. Mirror Parker is trying to break her of this bad habit.

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