Ronan Vargas is a player in the Shadows for the Chicago Firefighters, and has been with the team since the Season 2 elections. Vargas has previously played for the San Diego Saltines during Season A of Ultra League Blaseball, Mexico City Wild Wings, and for the Rising Stars during the ILB Semi-Centennial.
Official League Records
All records of Vargas prior to the Semi-Centennial game are only available from the Library in the following volumes:
- Pre-History I:
- "Season A", listing Season A's statistical leaders and MVPs as originally named after Day 162. Vargas had the league's second highest batting average (0.3338323353293413).
Vargas was first recorded in the ILB as a Null Team player in the Hall of Flame. During the ILB Semi-Centennial, Vargas played for the Rising Stars. Vargas then fell to the Mexico City Wild Wings as a pitcher.
On Season β24, Day 17, Vargas retreated to the Wild Wings' Shadows in exchange for Stephanie Winters at Basin of Mexico Park via the Ratified Fax Machine.
Vargas was recruited to the Chicago Firefighters' Shadows during the Season 2 elections via the Firefighters' Dark Matter blessing.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Ronan Vargas is one of the most famous glolf players of all time, operating under the alias of “dog dad.” Though in this universe the splort has been discontinued, Vargas hails from a separate one where the splort continues to flourish. The dangers of glolf eventually resulted in Vargas being thrown through a space time rift, splitting the player into multiple versions across spacetime, one of which landed and started playing for the San Diego Saltines.
Ronan Vargas is a javelina, though spacetime shenanigans often add onto and distort Vargas’ form. Some common attributes include peacock feathers or a peacock tattoo. The rift also left Vargas with a slight disconnection from reality, resulting in a slightly non-euclidian form. Vargas is always seen being followed by many dogs.
Vargas tends to be aloof, off putting really liminal vibes. The rest of the Wild Wings, many of which have also dealt with the weird realities of spacetime, welcomed Vargas with open arms, which seems to please the hard to read javelina. The only person who can find Vargas in a game of hide-and-seek is Cell Barajas.
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