Tokyo Lift (Gamma 2)

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This page is about an alternate universe Short Circuits Team. For the mainline Team, see the Tokyo Lift.

The Tokyo Lift are a Gamma 2 Internet League Blaseball team in the Solid Evil Division of the Solid League. They have been a part of Gamma 2 since Gamma 2, Season 1. The Microphone shorted out following Gamma 2, Season 2 and their present status is unknown.


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Lineup Rotation

Former Players


Feedback Swaps


  • Claire Glaive (Became a  Static Charge; Season 2 Election)

Season Results

Gamma 2, Season 1

The Tokyo Lift finished Season 1 bottom of the Solid Evil division with a League-worst 30-69 record.

In the Gamma 2, Season 1, Elections the Lift received the More Muscles Amplification, granting a small Batting boost to each member of the lineup.

Gamma 2, Season 2

The Tokyo Lift finished Season 2 joint-bottom of the Solid Evil division alongside the San Francisco Lovers. Their 34-65 record was superior only to the Breckenridge Jazz Hands of the Liquid Good division.

In the Gamma 2, Season 2, Elections the Lift voted to Discharge Batter Claire Glaive.

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

Team History

Like all teams in the ILB, the Lift began as staunchly financially independent and planned on staying that way. However, alongside the public exposure that came with the beginning of Gamma 2, the Lift realized that they had the potential to turn the team into a money-making machine. The players individually began taking on side-gigs and sponsorship deals in order to further their financial gain.

Fans have complains that some of the products and services hawked by the Lift seemed a little scammy. In response to this, fan favorite Claire Glaive said in an interview, "Everything that we do is completely legitimate, and you can buy our products in the team's grift shop. Wait, I mean gift shop, don't print that--"

Following the incident, the Lift leaned into their newfound reputation and renamed the team merchandise shop the Tokyo Lift Griftshop. The team also made no effort to improve or legitimize anything they did.