Buago "Flash" Fizzlewhistle (born Moevyng 36, year 125 of the 5th Age) is a retired Kandarin professional gnomeball player who played point guard for the Tree Gnome Stronghold Fizzytwinkles of the National Gnomeball Leauge (NGL) for 21 seasons. After winning championships in high school and college, Fizzlewhistle was selected first overall in the 144 5th Age NGL Draft by the Fizzytwinkles.
Fizzlewhistle's career achievements include winning the regular season MVP a total number of 4 times, 11 finals appearances, 21 All-Star game selections, 6 scoring titles, 4 assist titles, and 7 steal titles.
Today, Fizzlewhistle is the owner of the Tree Gnome Pixie's, and appears frequently on The Gnome magazine. He is considered as the greatest player to ever play gnomeball. Flash Fizzlewhistle is roleplayed by Orange Book.
In his prime years, Flash was taller than most gnomes, and as a professional athlete, donned a rather muscular build, as a result of spending majority of his day time in the gym. Like most gnomes, Flash's face is round in shape,with pointy ears extending outward from both sides of his head, similar to that of an Elf.
In his later years, Flash sprouted a tough brown colored beard to further signify his brutal persona, hoping to strike fear into his many opponents while on the gnome ball field.
As a player, Flash wore a padded jet-black sleeve on his right shooting arm, which he claimed to help him keep his focus during the duration of a close game, as well as help him keep his arms balanced and help with his follow through. On his legs he wore tight jet-black paddings, to protect him from any residual damage suffered after acrobatic plays to the basket.
Throughout his career, Flash's shoes changed on several occasions, as a result of obtaining his signature shoe brand, the Flash Backs.
Fizzlewhistle was born on the 36th of Moevyng in the year of 125 in the 5th Age to a 16 year old single mother. Growing up was a struggle for Buago, who moved many times during his childhood and never received the same toys and joy other gnomes his age normally had.
As a youth, Fizzlewhistle was a social outcast, bullied by the other children for his lack of athletiscm. This harsh criticism would later fuel Buago to work hard to achieve greatness.
The summer of his 9th grade year, Fizzlewhistle worked hard to improve his gnomeball skills. He was satisfied with his level of play, and was confident in his ability to make the school team. During try outs, the coaches ignored Fizzlewhistle for how he looked, giving more attention to those who looked physically bigger. This angered Fizzlewhistle, who knew darn well that gnomeball was a game of skill, and he knew deep down, that he had a love for the game which was unrivaled, and that he had worked so much harder than the rest of them. This didn't help him, however, as he was cut from the team his freshmen year.
Encouraged by his failure to make the team his freshmen year, Fizzlewhistle worked intensively to improve his game. He finally gained the respect he deserved from his peers, constantly showing them up in head-to-head situations. Try outs came around, but just like last year, Fizzlewhistle was cut from the gnomeball team his sophomore year.
Moving around every so often finally seemed to be finally be somewhat beneficial for Fizzlewhistle, as he made the varsity gnome ball team after having to switch schools. His junior season, Fizzlewhistle finished with averages of 28 points, 8 rebounds, and 9 assists.
In his senior season, Fizzlewhistle became the center of attention, rated as the best gnome ball player in the nation. He concluded his senior season with averages of 34 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists. Fizzlewhistle was highly recruited by colleges despite playing only 2 seasons in high school.
Fizzlewhistle committed to Yew Univeristy towards the end of his senior year. He registered 30 points in his debut for Yew University, before ending the season with averages of 17 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists. Despite his stellar play, Yew University was knocked out in a double overtime loss in the final four. At the end of his lone year at Yew University, Fizzlewhistle declared for the 144 5th Age NGL Draft.
Tree Gnome Fizzytwinkles
Fizzlewhistle was selected with the 1st overall pick in the 144 5th Age NGL Draft by the Tree Gnome Fizzytwinkles. He cried upon being drafted, stating "hard work beats talent, when talent fails to work hard." In his first professional game, he recorded 34 points, setting a NGL record for points in a debut by a rookie. In a late game matchup against the Terrorbirds, Fizzlewhistle recorded a career high 45 points, becoming the youngest player to ever score at least 40 points in a game. He was eventually named as The Rookie of the Year, finishing with averages of 18.7 points, 5.4 assists, and 4.4 rebounds per game. The Fizzytwinkles finished 20-30, and despite a 15 game improvement, failed to qualify for the playoffs.
Rise to Stardom
In his professional second season with the Fizzytwinkles, Fizzlewhistle increased his scoring average to 22.3 points per game. He was selected as a reserve to play in the 146 All-Star game, scoring 9 points in a loss to the West conference. The Fizzytwinkles finished the season 23-50, failing to qualify for the playoffs for the second consecutive season since Fizzlewhistle's arrival.
At the 147 All-Star Game, Fizzlewhistle recorded 27 points, 6 rebounds and 11 assists in a win against the western conference, earning All-Star Game MVP honors for the first time in his career, as well as becoming the youngest player to ever earn such an honor. He concluded the season with averages of 24.6 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 5.8 assists. The Fizzytwinkles finished the season 25-25, good enough to qualify as the 7th seed in the 147 NGL Playoffs, where they were matched up against the 2nd seeded Tortoises. Led by their star player, Christian Hasslehoff, the Tortoises took a 1-0 series lead despite a record setting 47 point performance from Fizzlewhistle. The Tortoises went on to sweep the Fizzytwinkles, 4 games to none, eliminating them from playoff contention. Fizzlewhislte finished with averages of 40.2 points, 7.4 assists, and 7.2 rebounds in his first ever playoff series. After the series had ended, Twame Brown, a Kandarin sports analyst, stated, "I have seen the future... And it's Flash Fizzlewhistle." Fizzlewhistle earned his nickname, after using his legitimate speed to create mismatches during the series.
On the 4th of Rinta, in the Year of 148 of the 5th Age, Fizzlewhistle recorded the first ever triple double in NGL history, registering 22 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in a win over the Cabin Crystals. Fizzlewhistle was selected to his third consecutive All-Star game, and the Fizzytwinkles made the playoffs for the second straight season, a franchise record, behind averages of 27.8 points, 6.6 assists, 4.3 rebounds, and a league leading 2.1 steals from Fizzywhistle. As the 6th seed in the 148 5th Age NGL Playoffs, the Fizzywhistles were paired against the Terrorbirds. The Fizzywhistles managed to even the series at one a piece behind a 30 triple double from Fizzywhistle, but eventually bowed out following a game 6 loss.
After the 148 season, the Fizzytwinkles signed Fizzlewhistle to a 8 year, $178 million dollar contract extension, the most ever in the history of the game. Fizzlewhistle made his 4th straight All-Star appearance, and led the Fizzytwinkles to the playoffs for the third straight season. As the 4th seed, the Fizzytwinkles were matched up against the Tortoises, who had beaten them in 147. The Fizzytwinkles managed to take both games at home, and took a commanding 2-0 series lead. However, they would go on to lose the next four games, and well as the series. Fizzlewhistle was criticized for his performance in games 5 and 6, leading reporters to say "Fizzlewhistle was quite when the Fizzytwinkles needed him most."
First MVP Tenure
At the conclusion of the 149 NGL season, Fizzlewhistle was named as the regular season MVP for the first time in his career, after leading the Fizzytwinkles to a franchise 35 wins, and second overall in the Eastern Conference. He finished the season with a league leading 31.2 points, as well as 6.8 assists, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.3 steals.
In the 149 NGL playoffs, the Fizzytwinkles were paired against the 7th seeded Newbark Warheads, who were led by the 149 Rookie of the Year, Tar Jenkins. The Fizzytwinkles went on to win their first ever playoff series in franchise history, following a game 5 win, led by Fizzlewhistle's 25 points. In the second round, the Fizzytwinkles found themselves in familiar territory, in a rematch against the third seeded Tortoises. Although Christian Hasslehoff averaged 23.4 points compared to Fizzlewhistle's 35.6 points in the series, the Tortoises won the series in 6 games. The Tortoises went on to win their second championship in 3 years.
At the beginning of the 150 NGL season, the Fizzytwinkles traded for former All-Star, Ryan Ellis, hoping he could provide Fizzlewhistle some much needed scoring help. The duo proved to work rather well, with the Fizzytwinkles finishing as the league's top overall seed with 39 wins. Fizzlewhislte was voted as league MVP for the second consecutive season, averaging 30.2 points compared to 17.4 points from his All-Star teammate, Ryan Ellis. The Fizzytwinkles swept past the first two rounds of the 150 NGL Playoffs, where they would meet against Hasslehoff's Tortoises for the third straight season. Despite averaging 17.4 points during the season, Ellis' average dropped to 11.2 points in the third round of the playoffs. Fizzlewhistle took his game to another level, averaging 37.6 points for the series, however, for the third straight year, the Fizzytwinkles bowed out to the Tortoises. After the game 6 loss, Fizzlewhistle stated he was "tired of losing", resulting in numerous trade rumors involving Ellis.
The Fizzytwinkles once again finished atop the Eastern Conference, finishing with 41 regular season wins. Despite averages of 28.4 points, 7.4 assists, 4.8 rebounds, and 2.8 steals, Fizzlewhistle was not voted as the MVP. He did however, manage to grab his second career All-Star game MVP, after leading the East over the West, while contributing 40 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 assists. The 151 playoffs would once again result in a Fizzytwinkles-Tortoise match-up, where they met in the second round. Both sides managed to defend their homecourts, resulting in a win or fo home game 7 in Tree Gnome Stronghold, home of the Fizzytwinkles. In his first career game 7, Fizzlewhistle recorded 50 points, leading the Fizzytwinkles past Hasslehoff's Tortoises for the first time in his career. Hasslehoff later went on to say "Flash is Flash... And that's means he's the best in the world." In the Eastern Conference Finals, (The Third round of the playoffs) the Fizzytwinkles were pitted against the Newbark Warheads, and the league's most valuable player, Tar Jenkins, whom they eliminated in 149. This was the second meeting in the post season for Flash and Tar Jenkins. Behind a strong series from Fizzlewhistle, the Fizzytwinkles earned their first ever finals berth following a game 5 blowout of the Warheads, where they met against the West's top seeded ToadFlaxers. In his first ever finals game, Fizzlewhistle recorded his 7th career triple double, with 45 points, 12 assists, 11 rebounds, to go along with 6 steals. The Fizzytwinkles won the series in six games, and Fizzlewhistle was named as the Finals MVP for the first time in his career. An emotional Fizzlewhistle delivered a heart warming speech, stating "anything is possible with hard work."
The Fizzytwinkles entered the 152 NGL season as the defending champions. This season would be one of the mot memorable for Fizzlewhistle, who averaged a career best 32.6 points per game, on 48 percent shooting, to go along with 4.9 rebounds, 7.7 assits, a record setting 3.5 steals, and a career best .8 blocks. On the 7th of wintumber, 4 days after his marriage to Nancy Heartels, Fizzlewhistle scored 87 points, the most points by a single player in NGL history. For the entire month of wintumber, he went on to average 47.6 points per game, also a record. The Fizzytwinkles finished the season with only 5 losses, going 45-5, the best record in the history of the NGL, with Fizzlewhistle capturing his third MVP award. Upon breaking and creating several records, the Fizzytwinkles entered the 152 post season as the clear cut favorites to win it all. The Fizzytwinkles swept through the opening round, as well as the semi-finals, before falling behind 2-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals to the Newbark Warheads. With his team behind in the series, Fizzytwinkle scored 62 points, grabbed 16 rebounds, and dished 12 assists to tie the series. The Fizzytwinkles earned their second consecutive finals berth following a game 6 win in which Fizzlewhistle scored 54 points, facing off agaisnt the western conference champion, Gnome Spice, and their star player, Tammy Gogo. Tammy had finished the regular season with a scoring average of 30.2 points, second to Fizzlewhistle's 32.6. The two teams went head to head, with games 2, 3 and 6 all going overtime. The series came down to a decisive game 7, win or take all.
|“||Shot clock is down to 7... Flash has it at the top of the key agaisnt Gogo.. A series of fakes, he rises for the jumper-GOOD! HE GOT IT TO GO!! FLASH FIZZLEWHISLTE HAS BURRIED A THREE POINTER WITH 27.5 SECONDS REMAINING TO PUT THE FIZZYTWINKLES UP BY 4!||”|
–An announcer calling the last moments of game 7
The Fizzytwinkles went on to win game 7, as well as back-to-back championships , behind Fizzlewhistle's 46 points. Fizzlewhistle was featured on several magazines all across Kandarin, and was praised by rulers of many neighboring regions for his stellar play in the finals. Fizzytwinkle was voted as the "favorite player" in a ballot on The Gnome magazine, and ranked #1 by TGT at seasons end.
The 153 season began with the Fizzytwinkles on a quest for a three-peat, or three consecutive titles. Fizzlewhistle led the leauge in scoring for the final time in his career, finishing the season with averages of 29.4 points, 5.3 rebounds, 6.8 assigs, a record setting 3.7 steals, and a career high 1.2 blocks per game. Fizzlewhistle was voted as the Defensive Player of the Year for the first time in high career, and finished as the runner up for the MVP award. On Septumber 18th, Fizzlewhistle recorded the 29th triple double of his career, scoring 48 points, grabbing 19 rebounds, and dishing out 15 total assists, while also hitting the game winning jump shot in over time to seal the win. The Fizzytwinkles finished as the East's third seed, a significant drop from last season, as well as the first time in 3 years they had not been apthe East's number one overall seed. This however, did not stop them, as they went on to reach the NGL finals for the third straight year, and surviving a tough fought 6 game series to capture their third consecutive championship. Fizzlewhistle was named as the Finals Most Valuable Player for the third straight season, and became the only player to win both defensive player, and finals most valuable player in the same season.
Coming up Short
Fizzlewhistle played in all 50 regular season games for the Fizzytwinkles in 154, with averages of 28.4 points, 5.6 rebounds, a career best 8.6 assists, a record setting 3.9 steals, and a career best 1.7 blocks. Fizzytwinkle was named as the MVP for the fourth time in his career, as well as Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. He led all vote getters in the All-Star game, accumalating a total number of 14,546,675 votes. The Fizzytwinkles entered the 154 playoffs as the 2nd overall seed, after finishing with 37 wins. Fizzlewhistle's quest for a fourth consecutive title fell short, after the Fizzytwinkles were eliminated in the second round of the 154 playoffs. It was the team's earliest exit in 5 years.
The 155 season served as an injured plagued season for Fizzlewhistle who only managed to play in 17 games, starting in only 6 of those games. The Fizzytwinkles failed to qualify for the playoffs for the first time since 146, finishing the season 22-28, after losing Fizzlewhistle for most of the year. Fizzlewhistle also missed the All-Star game, the first time since 145, that he was not elected as an All-Star. He suffered an ACL-Tear in his right leg, leaving reporters to declare that his career was over.
|“||The Flash we were all so used to seeing... I don't really see any way of that ever happening again. Buago will never again be the same player, not after an injury like that.||”|
–A reporter's response to Fizzlewhistle's ACL tear in his right knee
Fizzlewhistle began intensive rehab during the off season to recover from his torn acl. He returned at the start of the 156 seasons, appearing in and starting all 50 regular season games for the Fizzytwinkles. In his first game of the season, he recorded 30 points, to go along with 5 rebounds and 5 assists. He concluded the season with averages of 24.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 7.8 assists, 3.6 steals, and .9 points. He declared that he had not "gone anywhere", although the drop in his statistics were obvious. Without Ryan Ellis, who had retired prior to the 155 season, the Fizzytwinkles finished as the 5th seed in the 156 playoffs. They however, would fail to make it past the first round, losing in 6 games to the Terrorbirds.
|“||Hes just not the same player he once was... Buago is a shell of his former self.. If the Fizzytwinkles plan on ever winning another championship, they'll need to do so.. Without him.||”|
–A reporter after the Fizzytwinkles' game 6 loss to the Terrorbirds
|“||...You know.. Its tough. Is tough. Not bein' able to move my body like I used to... Not bein' able to do some of the stuff I used to. Its tough man, its definately tough. To see that everyone is agaisnt me now, all of a sudden.. It hurts man. To have no one believe in you, and tell you that your career is over.. Man I've been hearin' crap like that my whole life. It's only more motivation for me.||”|
–Flash Fizzlewhislte after the game 6 loss
The 157 season was by far the most effecient season of Fizzlewhistle's career, shooting 51.3 percent from the field, .423 from behind the arc, and .912 from the freethrow line. Fizzlewhistle became the first player ever to shoot atleast 50 from the field, 40 from three point line, and 90 from the free throw line, creating a 50-40-90 club, as it's only member. Fizzlewhistle raised his scoring average to 25.9, finishing the season with averages of 6.2 rebounds, 7.1 assists, and 3.4 steals. He was named as the leauge's Most Valuable Player for the 5th time in his career, leading the newly constructed Fizzytwinkles to a 42 win season, and the second overall seed in the Eastern Conference. During the postseason, Fizzlewhistle showed flashes of brilliance, as he lit up game 2 of the semi-finals with 60 points. Fizzlewhistle led the Fizzytwinkles back to the finals, where they would fall to the favorite, Tree Village Crystals in 6 games.
|“||Uhm.. Its hard, man. Extremely tough. To know that we were up there the whole time.. To know we had a great opprotunity to win the game.. It just makes it that much harder to believe that we lost. I could've made some plays that could've really helped out our team.. But the shots just didn't fall tonight. But you know it happens.. It happens. And you gotta recover, you know.. You gotta get back on your feet and see the bigger picture. We'll be back man, I promise. We ain't done yet.||”|
–Fizzlewhistle, after lossing in the Finals
Fizzlewhistle had another effecient year in 158, shooting 49.8 percent from the field, .417 from the arc, and .917 from the free throw line, barely missing another 50-40-90 season. He was voted as the MVP for the sixth and final time in his career, after leading the Fizzytwinkles to a leauge best 44 wins, finishing the season with averages of 24.7 points, 6.1 rebounds, 6.9 assists, 3.1 steals, and 1.4 blocks. He was also voted as the Defensive Player of the Year, for the third time in his career, as well as earning MVP honors in the 158 All-Star game, after recording a triple double of 22 points, 11 assists, and 10 rebounds in a winning effort over the Western Conference. The Fizzytwinkles earned their second consecutive trip to the finals, in a rematch agaisnt the Tree Village Crystals. The series shifted after the Crystals took a 2-1 lead. Fizzlewhistle led his team to three straight victories, scoring 34, 45, and 37 points respectively in the three wins. Fizzlewhsitle captured the fourth title of his career, and was named as the Finals Most Valuable Player. Fizzlewhistle became the only player to ever win the MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, All-Star MVP, and Finals MVP all in one year.
|“||Boy were we wrong! After playing like dirt for the past few seasons.. Flash, yes Flash, came back and proved us all wrong. The season he had this year... Wow! I can't put it into words...this guy is the best in the world, bar none.||”|
–Twame Brown, a sports writer, after the Fizzytwinkles' game 6 win over the Tree Village Crystals
|“||Its unbelieveable man... It just feels so good. To know how hard we worked for this.. After losing last year man, and bein' able to say, you know, "we gotta play harder, we gotta come back better." Man every guy in that locker room was determined since day one, man. This is the best it gets. After everyone counted us out, after everyone told us we couldn't do it no more... Man, we at the top of the world! Its that simple man, the top!||”|
–An emotional Buago, after winning his fourth championship
The 159 season marked a decline in Fizzlewhistle as a player. Due to old age, he was no longer able to play as much as he had in the past, playing a career low 35.4 minutes per game, as well as struggling to stay healthy. None the less, the Fizzytwinkles captured the 4th seed come playoff time, and willed their way back into a third consecutive finals appearance. However, their will filled attempt would come up short, as they were swept in the final round, lossing the fourth game by a total number of 38 points.
Fizzlewhistle completed the 160 NGL season with averages of 22.3 points, 4.8 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 2.9 steals, and 1.2 blocks on a career low 34.5 minutes per game. Fizzlewhistle was named as the Defensive Player of the Year for the fourth and final time of his career, leading the Fizzytwinkles to a 35 win season, 6th overall in the 160 NGL playoffs. The Fizzytwinkles managed to upset the 3rd seeded Tortoises, before falling to the Terrorbirds in 6 games in the second round.
Fizzlewhistle struggled with injures in the 161 NGL Z season, appearing in only 22 games for the Fizzytwinkles. Despite his struggles, he managed 17.4 points, 4.2 rebounds, 5.5 assits, and 2.4 steals. The Fizzytwinkles missed the playoffs without Fizzlewhistle for majority of the season. The Fizzytwinkles refused to trade away their former star player, stating he had done "too much" for them in the past to betray him like that.
In 162, Fizzlewhistle battled his injuries, starting all 50 regular season games for the Fizzytwinkles. He averaged the worst stats of his career, but mamaged to lead the Fizzytwinkles back into the playoffs after a 32 win season. The Fizzytwinkles managed a 7th seed, and once again, were eliminated in the first round. Fizzlewhistle struggled greatly in the five game series, averaging 11.2 points, the lowest of his post season career.
|“||Why is this guy still playing..? He's dead weight out there! He's slowly killing himself running back and forth across the field... This guy needs to consider retiring. Not only is he old, but he sucks. Its hard to believe this guy is a former MVP.||”|
–A reporter after the Fizzytwinkles early playoff exit
Fizzlewhistle entered the 163 season with little to no expectations. The taste of defeat from the season before still lingered in his bones, his pride damaged almost permanently by such a failure.
Fizzlewhistle had his lowest scoring season of his career at 15.4 points per game, leading the Fizzytwinkles to a 33 win season, and qualifying as the 8th seed in the 163 NGL playoffs. The Fizzywhistles managed to take game 1 of the series, agaisnt the Warheads, but lost the next 4, as well as the series, resulting in yet another first round exit.
|“||I just don't know anymore, man.. To say that lost felt bitter would be an understatement. We didn't work hard enough the whole year, kept slacking off... And to make things worse, I'm obviously not getting any younger. It's tough man.. It's tough.||”|
–Buago, in response to another first round exit
Before the start of the 164 NGL season, the Fizzytwinkles aquired Asgarian small forward, Dew Tinnie through free agency, pairing him alongside Fizzlewhistle. Fizzlewhistle took a step down, playing the sidekick role to a more youthful and energetic Tinnie. Led by the duo of Fizzlewhistle and Tinnie, the Fizzytwinkles entered the 164 postseason with a chip on their shoulder, as the 5th seed. They managed an upset of the 4th seeded Terrorbirds, defeating them in a tough game 7, led by Fizzlewhistle's 20 points.
|“||They got lucky, thats all. Surely, an old team like the Fizzytwinkles can't last much longer... Especially after an exhausting game 7 like that one.||”|
–A reporter's response to the Fizzytwinkles first round win
The Fizzytwinkles were met by the Eastern Conference's favorite, the Newbark Warheads, led by leauge MVP, Tar Jenkins, in the second round of the 164 NGL playoffs. After losing both games on the road, the Fizzletwinkles found themselves down 2-0 in the series. Fizzlewhistle refused to lose, scoring 45 points in game 3 to help the Fizzytwinkles survive. Game 4 needed overtime to be decided, where the Fizzytwinkles emerged victorious once again, tying the series at 2 behind 39 points from Fizzlewhistle. With the series tied at 2, the scene shifted back home for the Warheads. The Fizzletwinkies managed to steal away game 5 behind 27 points from Fizzlewhistle, and closed out the top seeded Warheads in game 6, with 35 points from Fizzlewhistle.
|“||Wow.. I didn't know he still had it in him. He looked like Flash out there tonight.. I'm stunned man. I don't know what to say.||”|
–Tar Jenkins' response to Fizzlewhistle's big series
The Fizzlewhistles found themselves in the east finals as the fifth seed. There, they were met by the youthful Terrorbirds.
|“||They had a great run.. But I think it ends here for the Fizzytwinkles||”|
–An analyst before game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals
Fizzlewhistle averaged 39.5 points in the 5 games agaisnt the Terrorbirds, leading his team back to the finals for the first time since 158. Fizzlewhistle scored 47 in a game 3 win, only for the Fizzytwinkles to fall behind 3-2 in the series. With his team facing elimination agaisnt the Tree Village Crystals, Fizzlewhistle delivered a powerful 55 points, forcing a game 7 back in Tree Gnome Village. Finding himself in another game 7, Fizzlewhistle hit a game winner with 3 seconds remaining, to lift his team to their fifth championship in franchise history. Fizzlewhistle was named finals MVP for the fifth and final time of his career, before calling it a career.
Retirement and HIV controversy
Fizzlewhistle officially retired following a game 7 victory in the 164 NGL finals, capturing his fifth NGL championship title. It was later discovered that he was forced to retire, after contracting HIV after having slept around frequently. It was revealed in The Gnome magazine in an interview with Fizzlewhistle, that he had slept with over a thousand woman throughout his gnomeball career, and contracted the virus by not using protection.
|“||I would like to apologize to all of those I may have infected over the course of the last 20 or so years. I would also like to apologize to my teammates, for sleeping with their wives... Daughters, even. Lastly, I would like to apologize to the leauge itself, for taking advantage of the power I obtained as a player here. I was unware of the consequences at the time, and will spend the rest of my life in regret.||”|
–Fizzlewhistle, during his HIV press conference
Fizzlewhistle married his college sweetheart, Nancy Heartels, on the 3rd of Wintumber, in the year of 152 in the 5th Age. Fizzlewhistle was highly sought out during his tenure as an athlete, always being the center of attention in Kandarin. Fizzlewhistle was reported to have slept with all 25 elven cheerleaders twice during the course of his marriage, as well as many others who refused to citation of their names. Nancy filed for divorce in the year of 156, although dropped all charges in 157 after he had promised to be faithful. The couple is still married as of 169. Together they have four children, three girls and one boy.
Flash Fizzlewhistle was honored by the Fizzytwinkles, as they retired his No. 32 jersey, on Octumber 27th, Year 169 of the 5th Age. Fizzlewhistle was inducted into the Gnome Hall of Fame on Wintumber 5th, Year 169 of the 5th Age.
Flash Fizzlewhistle is remembered for his hard work ethic, and his toughness, overcomming any for, of obstacle that was in his way. He is considered by most as the "Greatest Player of All Time", and was called so, in a headline by The Gnome magazine.
|“||I've been a basketball fan my whole life!!! Basketball I can honestly say is a huge part of everything for me, like I don't know where I would be without it. I first fell in love with basketball during the year 2000's, when Shaq and Kobe were winning all of their championships, and Shaq was always my favorite player! I mean come on, when your a little kid and all you see is this huge guy dunking on everyone and just dominating the game as a whole, your going to become pretty obsessive! Anyways, sometime during my childhood Shaq got traded to the Miami Heat, after they failed to beat Detroit in the 2004 NBA Finals. So then, I became a Heat fan, and I've been one since! I still rememeber watching Dwyane Wade take over during 2006, and after Shaq retired, he's been my favorite player!||”|
–Rachel Santos on her love for basketball
NGL career statistics
- Fizzlewhistle's estimated net worth is >400 million
- Fizzlewhistle's favorite food is Tangled Toad's legs