Scratch Deleuze

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Scratch Deleuze is a lineup player for the Houston Spies, and has been with the team since Fall Ball. Deleuze played for the Rising Stars during the ILB Semi-Centennial, and for the Ohio Worms.

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Deleuze joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Ohio Worms during the Descension.

On Season β14, Day 50, Deleuze was swept  Elsewhere... due to the flooding weather. Deleuze did not return until Season β15, Day 16, setting a league-wide record for most days spent  Elsewhere... amongst active players.

During the Season β19 elections, Deleuze gained the Cluttered modification as a result of the Cluttered blessing.

During the ILB Semi-Centennial, Deleuze played for the Rising Stars. Deleuze then returned to the Ohio Worms as a lineup player.

During the December 30, 2022 Fall Ball, Deleuze fell to the Houston Spies.

On Season 1, Day 34, Mindy Salad crashed into Deleuze during a game in Horizon (weather) weather, knocking Deleuze into the Spies' Shadows.

On Season 2, Day 35, Deleuze rejoined the Spies' lineup in exchange for Sevgi Gore, who was Knighted due to Solar Eclipse (Silver).

During the Season 2 Elections, Deleuze was cursed via the Bard Strike Blessing, gaining the Can't Lose modification.

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

Scratch Deleuze is an opossum of indeterminate size. Sometimes, Scratch is small enough to perch on Ephraim Ladd's shoulder. Sometimes, Scratch carries every member of the worms on her back. Such are the effects of playing in a blaseball stadium known as the Wormhole.

Scratch is well-known for her impressive pregame spaghetti ritual. In this ritual, the Worms bond by wriggling together on a plate. Scratch is a bit of a team mom, helping Lenny Crumb with the pregame snacks, including spaghetti.

Scratch has a philosophical bent, a la Gilles Deleuze. Scratch is a chosen name, as she is always known to be scratching down observational notes on a pad of paper or into tree bark.

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