As of Monday, Nov. 2, we have received over 80 pieces of evidence. We are thankful for all of it! Here, we wanted to highlight some of the “Featured Evidence”. These are statements from teams, or their respective law firms, or fancy looking legal documents.
An excerpt from the Hellmouth Sunbeams Comprehensive Emergency Manual, written by Nerd Pacheco before Eat the Rich failed to be enacted. It clearly shows that the Sunbeams rely on Eat the Rich for a substantial portion of their income, and expect that its power derives from the Book. If the rule is on the Books,…
Our Internet broke and we couldn’t pay to fix it in time for season 11 because of this, impacting the Mints morale and also their overall ability to play. The Death Mints.
Information on the Fridays’ trouble with the Close! decree due to Parker’s actions: 🏝 Is legal drama vibes?? Anyways: after “Close! The Book” passed in the season 11 elections, the following passage was added to the forbidden book: This has been of great concern to the Fridays, as our traditional team culture has been to…
(Note: This document can be found in .pdf form on Holden Milk Legal’s website. We are republishing it here, with their permission, in order to have all of our evidence collected in 1 place, but we really recommend you check out their site!)
Seattle Garages Amicus Brief (view .pdf here)
A phenomenal submission by the Blaseball Wiki team w/ the commentary: Arguing that the Commissioner and Ump Pope Sunman are bad at containing the chaos of Blaseball, and as such, naturally forgot to run Eat the Rich @BlaseballWiki (twitter account) (View the original .pdf here)
Comment submitted with document, by Mar (She/Her) (Author) and Em (They/Them) (Scribe): An open letter from the Magic announcing our formal support for the Millenials, in which lay out our need for ETR and also warn that the world might end if the Mills lose. Just putting it out there. This is not a threat,…
(View the .pdf of the brief here)
(Submitted by @MPARK6288*, The Firehouse, Chicago, Where We Are From) View the .pdf version of this document here.