New York Millennials 101
The New York Millennials are an Internet League Blaseball team. Don't know what blaseball is? Go here first, then come back. We'll wait. This site is not meant to be definitive and is absolutely not exhaustive. The only way to fully understand blaseball is to experience it for yourself. Our goal here is to give you the bare minimum of what you need to help decide if the Mills feel like the team for you and give you some pointers to help get you on your way to participating in the cultural event of blaseball.
Blaseball is currently re-emerging from hiatus with a prologue called Fall Ball. We're not entirely sure what it's going to look like when it returns, but we're excited to find out! The info on this site is based on the players who were on the Mills during the Discipline and Expansion Eras, but players are currently being drafted onto all new teams which makes now a great time to join as we start to learn about our new players together! Millennials fans are hanging out in the official Blaseball Discord sever and our side server called Millscord where we talk blaseball and also lots of other things (bodega cats, wrestling, the G train, microshrimp, etc.) You're very welcome to join us and ask any questions about blaseball or just hang out as we wait for our favorite number people to return.
Do it! Head on over to the website, join the Discord, and participate in this cultural event with us. The rest of this site has a bit more info on Millennials players and team culture but if you want to jump in right now here are the three most important things to know:
Think of the team Discord channels like a party full of cool people you just haven't met yet. Say hi, introduce yourself, ask questions, but also feel free to take some time to get used to the vibes and check out the rules.
The immaterial plane is a world of multiple canons. Some interpretations are more commonly accepted but new ideas are always welcome; we're a team and blaseball is a story we're all telling together.
LGMBLDM stands for "Lets Go Mills Baby Love Da Mills"
The answer to "Whose house?" is "Not Ours, We Rent!"
Always Bet Da Mills, Blaby