The Mexico City Wild Wings (formerly labelled as the Mexico City Mild Wings) are an Internet League Blaseball team in the Wild High division of the Wild League. They have been a part of the League since Season 1. The Wild Wings were previously in the Lawful Evil division of the Evil League and the Mild Low division of the Mild League.
- Summers Preston
- Case Sports
- Lawrence Horne
- Sosa Hayes
- Yong Wright
- Joshua Watson
- Ronan Combs
- Cell Barajas
- Axel Cardenas
Blessings and Trades
- José Haley (Traded to the Chicago Firefighters for Joshua Watson by proxy)
- Kennedy Rodgers (Traded to the Chicago Firefighters for Mullen Peterson)
- In Season 1, the Wild Wings went 47-52 in the season, finishing 7th in the Evil League and tied for 13th overall.
- In Season 2, the Wild Wings went 47-52 in the season, finishing 6th in the Evil League and 11th overall.
- In Season 3, the Wild Wings went 42-57 in the season, finishing 8th in the Evil League and tied for 15th overall.
- In Season 4, the Wild Wings went 43-56 in the season, finishing 8th in the Evil League and 17th overall.
- In Season 5, the Wild Wings went 49-50 in the season, finishing 6th in the evil league and 11th overall.
- In Season 6, the Wild Wings went 45-54 in the season, finishing 8th in the Mild League and 15th overall.
- In Season 7, the Wild Wings went 55-44 in the regular season, finishing 4th in the Mild League and 8th overall due to low Divine Blessing.
- The Wild Wings made the playoffs for the first time this season! First round they defeated the Kansas City Breath Mints 3-1. They defeated the Seattle Garages 3-1 to claim the Mild League Championship, the defeated the San Francisco Lovers 3-1 to claim the internet League Championship!
- After the Playoffs, the Champs in the Making blessing was won by the Chicago Firefighters. Batter José Haley and pitcher Kennedy Rodgers were traded to the Firefighters for batter Joshua Watson and pitcher Mullen Peterson. Wings batter Axel Cardenas was traded to the Firefighters, but immediately returned to the Wings.
- In the Season 8 election, the Wild Wings won the Divisional Swap blessing and were moved into the Mild High division of the Mild league. The Kansas City Breath Mints were swapped back to take their place. The Wild Wings then immediately won the Subleague Swap blessing and were moved into the Wild High division of the Wild League. The New York Millennials were swapped back to take their place.
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The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
For a more in-depth look at the team, see Mexico City Wild Wings/History.
Not much is currently known about the history of the Mexico City Wild Wings, and the inner workings of the team are largely hidden and vaguely sinister. Whether this is connected to Wings roster (which is the only roster that hasn't changed since the beginning of Internet League Blaseball) is unknown. Either way, the Gastronomic Conjury Guild probably has something to do with it. The Wild Wings currently play in a stadium known as The Bucket, located on a lake within Mexico City. Due to the outwardly Chaotic Good appearance of the Wild Wings's player base and managerial style, their Lawful Evil League status has often been called into question, and their placement in the Mild League has activated the Wild Wings Legal Team to take legal action against the Blaseball Gods themselves.
The Wild Wings are not technically managed by an individual, but by the interpretation of wingsauce patterns left on discarded plates of leftovers by a mysterious figure known as Guy Flieri. The particulars of the process are the subject of much speculation, though for the sake of paperwork, the manager is officially stated to be Guy Flieri.
The exact mascot(s) for the Wings seem to be difficult to track. It has been reported the team mascots are "birds" but no more detail was given when questioned.
For a more in-depth look at the fan culture, see Mexico City Wild Wings/Fan Culture.
The Wild Wings team is composed of a diverse range of players - from a star pitcher who exists outside of time, to a batter with the distinction of being the game's first part-seal player, to an ordinary car tire piloted by rats. Fans take pride in the diversity of the team, believing that it leads to games in which "anything can happen," good or bad.
For more Fan Art, see Mexico City Mild Wings/Fan_Art.