The Sun (Lifecycle)

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A sun is traditionally a ball of hot plasma at the center of a solar system.

In the immaterial plane there have been several suns over the course of the eras of blaseball, and this article describes the lifecycle of all currently identified suns in the immaterial plane.

Sun 1

The original sun forged by Namerifeht on The First Day, 1st Edition. Sun 1 was forged and set in Season A, and began to build pressure over the course of the prehistory eras until finally in Season E day 99, with the Sun's pressure at 94.52%, the following warning appeared;

WARNING: SUN 1 LOW FUEL
PRESSURE AT CRITICAL

Following this, Sun 1 was Refilled by Namerifeht.

Sun 1 (Alternate)

As revealed by "A Sun" in the Library, before the start of the Discipline era during "Season 0" the sun was Refilled by Namerifeht, had its Alternates Called, had its Alternates Bridged, and had its Alternates Set.

Over the course of the Discipline Era Sun 1's pressure grew due to incinerations, runs, and wins until Season 10 Day 113, when the Sun collapsed into the Black Hole.

The Black Hole

In Season 10, Day 113 Tot Fox of the Baltimore Crabs scored the tenth run in the final game of the Internet Series, resulting in the following message:

THE CRABS ACCUMULATE 10
THE SUN COLLAPSES
THE MOON IS SWALLOWED
THE BLACK HOLE FORMS
SUN 2 RISES

This was the first instance of the Black Hole weather appearing in the league, with its official introduction being in the Season 10 Election where the Black Hole decree passed. It, alongside Sun 2 were the only weathers to appear in Season 11.

In games played in Black Hole weather, if a team reaches 10 runs, 1 unwin will be added to their opponent's season win record. The team that reached 10 runs will have 10 runs subtracted from their score and play will continue.

Sun 2

Sun 2 was set when Sun 1 collapsed into a Black Hole on Season 10 Day 113. It was one of only two weathers to appear in Season 11, and after that occasionally appeared as a weather condition going forward.

In games played under the heat of Sun 2, if a team reaches 10 runs then Sun 2 will smile upon them, adding 1 win to their season win record. The team who earns the extra win has 10 runs removed from their score and play continues normally.

After the collapse of Sun 1, the Sun(Sun) going Supernova, and the Nullification of the other decree suns, Sun2 was the final sun remaining at the end of the Expansion Era.

Sun (Sun)

Sun (Sun) first appeared in the Season 19 Election with the following message:

A DEBT II
THE LEAGUE WAS LEVERAGED
SUN(SUN) WAS FORGED
SUN(SUN) WAS SET
BLASEBALL WAS RAISED BY A SECOND POWER

After the Repeal Turntables Decree failed to pass Sun(Sun) was set upon the league thanks to a Grand Bargain made by the Boss. Sun (Sun) caused "All Wins and Unwins to be Squared". In practice this meant that the unwins (-1 wins) became 1 win, but also caused the unwins that came from the Black Hole to do the same, rather than removing a win as it had previously done. Additionally this led to the message from scoring ten runs to be changed to "The Black Hole swallowed the Runs and burped at the opposing Team."

Supernova

In Season 20 a gauge became visible on the Standings page of the main blaseball site, featuring an image of Sun (Sun) and a blue bar indicating the "pressure" in a percentage. The Pressure was seen to increase slightly with every run and incineration. This was later supported by the Library Entry for A Sun, which showed the gauge for Sun 1 as it increased on Ruby Tuesday.

During the Semicentennial an additional method for increasing the Sun (Sun)'s pressure was demonstrated, this time from forging Replicas from players in the game. When Nicholas Mora of the Rising Stars was stolen by the Vault Legends, this resulted in the gauge reaching 100%, and the Sun "Exploding" and becoming a Supernova. This interaction caused Turntables to once again grant the winning teams an unwin instead of a win.

Over the Earleason of Season 24, the Supernova could be seen on the Standings page, with the Coin in front of it, which seemed to result in a surplus of Supernova Eclipse games. These games were capable not only of incinerating players, but incinerating entire teams. The Supernova was also visible on the center of the Depth Chart.

Black Hole (Black Hole)

On Season 24 Day 27 the Supernova collapsed with the following message:

RIFFING INTENSIFIES
SUPERNOVA COLLAPSES
REALITY TEARS
STRANDS BRIDGED
ENDS ZONED
BLACK HOLE(BLACK HOLE) DRAINS
PULSAR (PULSAR) BEAMS

This resulted in the new Black Hole (Black Hole) appearing and replacing the Supernova Eclipse weather condition. The Black Hole (Black Hole) worked much the same as with the original Black Hole, however instead of nullifying wins of the opposing team, it would consume 10 wins and be "agitated" nullifying items, ballpark modifications, League Rules, and the Philly Pies.

On Day 82, the Black Hole (Black Hole) began to expand over the navigation map, Entangling the teams who were in the corner of the Horizon, and nullifying any team it made contact with.

On Day 99, the Black Hole (Black Hole) nullified Blaseball.

Shortly after the nullification of Blaseball the Black Hole (Black Hole) burped, and Blaseball was compressed by the Gamma.

Other Suns

Sun 30

Sun 30 was set by a Decree in Season 20. It appeared from Season 21 to Season 24, causing games entering Extra Innings to award each team an extra Win.
On Season 24 Day 43 Sandie Turner scored the tenth run for the Millennials, agitating the Black Hole (Black Hole) and nullifying Sun 30.

Sun .1

Sun .1 is a weather condition created by a Decree in Season 21, causing Runs to be worth an additional 0.1 Runs per Inning.
On Season 24 Day 29 Bevan Wise scored the tenth run for the Magic, agitating the Black Hole (Black Hole) and nullifying Sun .1.

Equal Sun

Equal Sunis a sun set by a Decree in Season 22, which caused home runs during the final Out of a game to tie the game.
On Season 24 Day 55 August Obrien scored the tenth run for the Pies, agitating the Black Hole (Black Hole) and nullifying Equal Sun.

Sum Sun

Sum Sun is a weather condition created by a Decree in Seasons 21 and 22, causing successive scoring plays in a half-inning to be worth an extra Run each.
On Season 24 Day 37 Alexandria Rosales scored the tenth run for the Spies, agitating the Black Hole (Black Hole) and nullifying Sum Sun.

Maximum Sun

MAXIMUM SUN is a sun set by a Decree in Season 22, causing scoring plays in Maximum Blaseball to be worth three times the Runs.
On Season 24 Day 29 Rey Wooten scored the tenth run for the Magic, agitating the Black Hole (Black Hole) and nullifying Maximum Sun.