Blob is a genderless character competing in Open Source Objects.


Lacks the ability to talk, and feels empty inside. They often feel like they’ve lost their true selves and constantly try to find themselves, but usually, they end up making no progress. They have no limbs or mouth by default but can grow arms and change their body size. Usually takes their time moving around like a snail. For some reason, one of the only things that make Blob feel joy are round things, as they are reminded of better times when they used to be happy. They always try to cheer people up when someone is sad, as they don’t like it when people are unhappy like them. They are very compassionate and observant of other people. They are good at reading people’s body language and tries to help. They are very good at psychology and are treated as a therapist. Blob enjoys helping other people through obstacles throughout other’s lives.


Blob is a grey, translucent drop of an unknown substance. Blob's form is amorphous, often taking the shape of their container and slipping through tight situations. However, they have the ability to grow arms and change their body size.


Episode 1 - "Who the hell recommended Glowing Heart"

In "Who the hell recommended Glowing Heart", Blob remains mostly passive through the episode. They manage to slip through the string of the one balloon tied around them, causing them to fall. They burst through and pop Pitcher's balloons and lands inside him. The loss of balloons from either party makes them plummet, though Pitcher manages to latch onto an anvil. As Pitcher makes it to safety, so does Blob.

Episode 2 - "Your Opinion is Invalid"

When the contestants are all pairing up, Blob is left alone until White Dango suggests to the other two that they team up with Blob. Pink Dango argues, and tells her that Blob is unable to do anything. Eventually, Pink Dango gives in as Green Dango sides with White, and they walk over to Blob. After they ask to partner up, Blob's eyes shimmer with happiness, and Blob gets on top of Green Dango.

During the competition, White Dango asks Blob how they like the competition so far. Blob doesn't respond however, due to not being able to speak, which annoys Pink Dango. Blob grows big in anger, which causes Dango to become lopsided. They almost fall over before Green Dango admits that they wanted to pair up with Blob because he though they were cool. This causes Blob to shrink back down and pat Green Dango on the head.

Later on, as Dango is discussing their chances of winning, they trip, sending Blob plummeting to the ground, which causes the pair to lose. Crayon Box remarks that they lost because they couldn't "stick together".

Episode 3 - "The Good, the Bad, and the ********"

Blob lost last episode, And yet was up for elimination. At the elimination, it was shown that Blob was the 5th most voted, with 215 votes. During the contest, Blob was placed on Blue Crayon's team. During their performance, Blob played a "Beautiful Noble Person With a Beautiful Head of Hair", and was saved by ********, the heroic knight of the story. After ******** fought the villains, Blob rolled off the windowsill into their arms, and the two walked off into the beginning of their happily ever after.

Blob's team ended up winning the challenge, and was safe this episode.

Episode 4 - "The Butterfly Effect"

Blob catches a butterfly early in the challenge period by rolling off of a rock and falling on top of one, absorbing it. Diamond sees this and attempts to imitate Blob's method, but ends up choking on a butterfly.

While on their way to turn in their butterfly, Blob notices Incense Holder moping by the lake. Blob listens to Incense Holder vent, and is so moved that they volunteer to coach them, with Putty assisting as a loose translator. However, Blob's training fails to get through to Incense Holder, with Incense lacking the limbs to properly do jumping jacks.

After Incense Holder comes to the conclusion that his talent is getting in the way and topples Putty's stray jar, Blob follows the group who catch their jars from this to turn in their butterfly. However, Crayon Box says that Blob must get the butterfly out of their body, to ensure that it didn't drown. Blob struggles to force the insect out, and is unable to turn it in before the last immunity slot is taken, putting them up for elimination. This enrages Blob, causing them to swell with anger.

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  • OSO 2: Landed on by Dango.

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