Thomas Dracaena

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Thomas Dracaena was a lineup player for the New York Millennials, and was with the team from Season β1 until Fall Ball.

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Dracaena joined the ILB as a lineup player for the New York Millennials with the Return of Blaseball.

In Season β10, following the conclusion of the regular season, Dracaena received the Siphon modification. This modification was lost following the Season β10 elections.

In the Season β10 elections, Dracaena received An Actual Airplane, causing each of his stolen bases to count for 0.2 runs.

On Season β11, Day 47 Thomas Dracaena stole a base while wielding An Actual Airplane, causing the first fractional run in recorded ILB history. [1]

During the Coffee Cup, Dracaena played for FWXBC as a lineup player.

During the Season β14 elections, Dracaena received the Maximalist modification as a result of the Seattle Garages receiving the Min-Maxing blessing.

During Season β15, Dracaena was attacked by Consumers once.

During the Season β15 elections, Dracaena's baserunning changed from 1.5 2.7 and pitching changed 0.6 0.5 as a result of the Millennials' Transfuse will.

During the Season β19 earlsiesta Dracaena was given the Undertaker modification as part of the seasonal reading.

During the Season β22 election, Dracaena's Undertaker modification was reformed to Siphon as a result of the Millennials' Reform will. Dracaena also gained the Negative mod as a result of the Lineup Flip blessing.

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

Allegations of Vampirism

Dracaena is often referred to as "Drac" by fans and teammates. Despite his nickname, Dracaena is not actually a vampire. As far as anyone knows.

For most of Dracaena's career, allegations of Vampirism have plagued the star Millennials batter. Critics point to Dracaena's particularly long cuspid teeth, pale skin, and apparent distrust of mirrors as signs of his vampiric nature. Skeptics rebut with the fact that since Dracaena appears on film and television and does not have sparkling skin, he cannot be a vampire. When questioned, Dracaena responded, "Listen, I'm not a vampire. If I was, I would have sparkly skin. That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. Not that I would know. Because I'm not a vampire."

Although allegations dwindled during the Millennial's middling play through the end of Season β1, renewed focus was placed on Dracaena during The Discipline Era when a permanent solar eclipse coincided with Dracaena rapidly becoming the best player on the team.

Nearing the end of The Discipline Era, Dracaena’s sibling (and known vampire) Alexandria Dracaena was incinerated. When asked about the situation, Dracaena said, "Though I am deeply saddened, incineration is the only way out." When pressed on the matter of Vampirism he responded, "My sibling was the vampire; I am not a vampire. End of conversation."


  • Thomas Dracaena hit a ground out to Edric Tosser. This occurred for many minutes at the top of the 9th on Season β4, Day 108.
  • Rogue Umpires sometimes refer to Dracaena in whispered tones as "the Eclipse Walker".

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