Zeboriah Wilson was a lineup player for the Boston Flowers, and was with the team from Season β1 until Fall Ball.
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Wilson joined the ILB as a pitcher for the Boston Flowers with the Return of Blaseball.
During the Coffee Cup, Wilson played for Heavy FC as a lineup player.
During the Season β13 Elections, Wilson retreated to the Flowers' Shadows in exchange for Nagomi Mcdaniel as a result of the Foreshadow will, resulting in a combined 10.7 → 11.3 stat increase.
During the Season β18 elections Wilson's batting increased 2.8 → 4.0 as a result of the Flowers' Shadow Infuse will.
On Season β22, Day 1, Wilson joined the Flowers' lineup in exchange for Owen Picklestein at the Boston Garden via the Ratified Voicemail.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Wilson's muscular physicality and kindness are his most notable features. He is known to practice veganism, and is legally blind.
To support Zeboriah Wilson, games involving the Flowers make use of "beep blaseballs" - a type of modified ball that beeps as they are thrown to help accommodate those with limited vision.
While originally a pitcher, he has since transitioned to Batting for the Flowers. Wilson has been responsible for training and supporting newcomers to the team for as long as he has been on the team. At first, he only trained pitching, but has more recently added teaching batting to his training repertoire. Though he has been surpassed in skill by many of his teammates, they all credit his ability to teach as inspiring them to greatness.
Wilson practices regularly, showing that he practices what he preaches: that training regularly is a key to success.
Quiet, but polite, Wilson seldom speaks but provides a calming presence to any group he is a part of. He offers one-sentence pep talks to new players anxious about their abilities, and happily answers questions about his home town in the country, though somehow always avoids talking about his own childhood. During siestas and other breaks when the team has time off, Wilson always spends some time with his teammates, but quickly finds a polite excuse to leave whatever group activity they are doing. Nobody knows where he goes during these times.
Occasionally, a new member to the team will try to "figure Zeb out," but the only things they get from their interrogations are helpful tips and vague reminiscing.
When sentient plants like Castillo Turner and Caligula Lotus began to show up in Boston, Wilson became concerned about his veganism. He spent hours searching for food, trying to find plants he was absolutely certain could not think, worried that he might accidentally compromise the morals influencing his decision not to eat animals. Noticing this, his teammates set to work, and soon presented the Zeboriah Wilson Food Garden to him. They had reached out to the Amish community Wilson was originally from to get seeds and set up a garden that he could be certain was safe to eat. Since then, tending the "Zeb Garden" has become a favorite pastime of Wilson's. He can often be found there, calmly weeding and watering plants, in comfortable silence with whoever cares to join.
Zeboriah Wilson is a member of The Gardeners.