Kilisimasi Fu’afu’a

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Kilisimasi Fu'afu'a
(Huon tree kangaroo, C/F)
Kilisimasi FuaFua.jpg
Illustrated by AsterionBlazing
No. 12 – Baltimore Spirits
Position Bigfur
Species Huon tree kangaroo ( Macropodidae )
Gender Male
Killer Tsunami Hurry Hurry
Personal information
Born (1990-12-25) December 25, 1990 (age 29)
American Samoa
Nationality American
Listed height 7 ft 2 in (2.18 m)
Listed weight 270 lb (122 kg)
Shoots Right
Career information
School Avian University of Hawai'i at M'noa
FBA draft 2013 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall
Selected by the Alaska Arctics
Pro playing career 2013–present
Career history
2013-2019 Alaska Arctics
2019-present Baltimore Spirits
Contract information
Contract year 2015
2020 Salary $4 million
2021 Salary $4 million
2022 Salary $4 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Corker (male platypus)
(OOC) Creator Kinto
(OOC) Actor Kinto
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use

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Kilisimasi Fu'afu'a was ranked #3 in the 2013 Draft Candidate Combine.


Kilisimasi Fu’afu’a the Huon tree kangaroo is a center from Avian University of Hawaii at Manoa, originally from the distant sandy shores of American Samoa. His first name means ‘Christmas’ in the local tongue and reflects his December 25 birthday.

An only child, Kilisimasi was forbidden by his protective mother from rough games like football and wrestling, though these sports were popular among his mammalian peers. When Kilisimasi’s rambunctious nature still refused to be contained, she signed her precious joey up for basketball, which in Samoa was mainly played by avians. Mrs. Fu’afu’a reasoned that if fragile hollow-boned avians could play it then it should be safe enough for Kilisimasi.

His mother’s prohibition led to a certain amount of teasing from his mammalian peers, but if it bothered Kilisimasi he never let it show. It certainly helped that he was a natural on the hardwood, his height and powerful macropod jump making up for his lack of wings against his high-flapping companions.

He earned an athletic scholarship to Avian University of Hawaii at Manoa. As a mammal, he was once again in the minority on the team but he was used to that by now, and had no problems adjusting. His feathered and scaled teammates called him ‘Hulu,’ the Hawaiian word for fur. They came to rely on their easy-going and ebullient center, though his preternatural fondness for hugging caused some ruffled feathers, figuratively and literally.

Kilisimasi enjoys fresh fruit, canoeing, and American comedy movies. His paternal uncle taught Kilisimasi traditional Samoan dances including fire knife dancing, despite his mother’s protestations of the danger.