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Characters / Battle for Dream Island

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There are Loads and Loads of Characters in this show, and that's just WITHOUT all of the recommended characters.

  • Hostsnote 
  • Original Contestantsnote 
  • BFDIA Contestantsnote 
  • BFB Contestantsnote 
  • BFDI Mini Contestantsnote 

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Other Characters


Firey Speaker Box
Voiced by: Michael Huang
  • The Bus Came Back: Firey pulls him out to serve as a replacement host when the Puffball Speaker Box is slain.
  • Karmic Death: Decides to chop up Donut's body to use as a cake for BFDIA 5A. Donut returns the favor shortly after he becomes BFB's host minus the recovery.

Flower Speaker Box
Voiced by: Michael Huang
  • Killed Off for Real: By her own creator via a bowling ball on accident.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only lives for a couple of episodes before another of Flower's awry revenge schemes kills her.

Puffball Speaker Box
Voiced by: Michael Huang
  • Auto-Tune: Like her owner.
  • Everything's Better with Rainbows: Cycles through the color spectrum when talking much more than Puffball does. Not everything is better with rainbows, however, if you're currently barfing up gallons of multicolored bodily fluids after having a large knife lodged into your back.
  • Pet the Dog: Gives Bubble a soda pop after she tells her that she is not an official BFDIA contestant.
  • Killed Off for Real: Accidentally murdered by Pin when a knife thrown by her at Leafy is dodged by everyone else in its trajectory.

Purple Face
Voice by: Justin Chapman
  • Ascended Extra: Hosts Cake at Stake (albeit without permission) in BFB 24 and is considerably a larger part of the plot in that episode and BFB 23.
  • The Bus Came Back: Returns to the show after years of absence.
  • Fantastic Racism: Claims Yellow Face was this after he said "Oh my gosh, you do not know anything! You're... PURPLE!"
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: Possibly the reason he tried to eat Have Cots.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He's a lot more nicer in BFB 24 now that he is no longer trapped in a box. He even helps Lollipop with the challenge.
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: Although it IS justified as he is a foreigner, his accent sounds really unique.

Recommended Characters (ones that never joined the game and ether made a cameo or didn't get enough votes)

  • Recurring Extra: They may not be in the game but are just as useful as cameos, especially crowd shots.

Evil Leafy:

For tropes regarding Evil Leafy, see BFDIA Contestants above.


In General

  • No Biological Sex: They are all sexless and go by they/them pronouns since Four stated in BFB 10 that "they don't have [gender] where he's from".
  • You Are Number 6: Including the one actually called Six, all the numbers are named after the digits they represent.


For tropes regarding Two, see Hosts above.


For tropes regarding Four, see Hosts above.

Voiced By: Florence Chapell
A cyan-blue number six
  • Scary Teeth: Sometimes portrayed with this including their profile picture.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Described to be evil by Four and enacts sweet revenge onto others who have done them wrong.

Voiced By: Griffin Weber
A dark grey number seven
  • Attention Whore: All they care about is being the center of attention and absolutely refuses to leave the subs count even though it's Eight's turn.
  • Crocodile Tears: It is implied that they did this so the viewers would subscribe and let them be part of the sub count faster.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Upset by Six hogging the subscriber count, Seven kicked them into the stratosphere, to which Six spent months spinning around the world, once it's Seven turn to shine.
  • Jerkass: Quite unpleasant to say the least given their spotlight hogging tendencies combined with their stubbornness.
  • Sudden Anatomy: Briefly grew an ear to hear Four's whispering in "Thanks for 700,000 subscribers!"

Voiced By: Sam Thornbury
A grey number eight
  • Only Sane Man: Eight is the most mature out of the numbers and the only one to question the non-existent logic on the show.

Voiced By: Sam Thornbury
A light grey number nine
  • Canon Foreigner: Nine's the only number not originally created by Cary and Michael Huang. They instead started out as a recommended character by MiitopianOlive before their official debut.
  • Cool Board: Does pretty sick flips with their skateboard.
  • Cool Shades: To quote, "As you can tell by [their] 'Ripper Sunnies', [they're] the awesome one around here".
  • Remember the New Guy?: Nine makes their first official appearance in "Thanks for 800,000 subscribers!" instead of "X finds his Value" where every number, except Two and the Zeroes, had debuted nearly 12 years ago. Yet, Nine is treated as if they were there the whole time.
  • Surfer Dude: Frequently calls people "Dude" and "Bro".
  • Totally Radical: Uses lingo like "Tubular", "Ripper" and "Fly" that wouldn't be out of place in the nineties.
  • Two Decades Behind: Nine's personality is straight up from the late 1990's and early 2000's, with their outdated slang and too cool for school attitude.

The Zeroes

  • Living Prop: Don't do anything much besides standing around and being part of the sub count.
  • The Speechless: None of them have yet to say anything so far.

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Boom Mic:

  • Ascended Extra: Went from being a background character made by a fan, to having a somewhat important role in Welcome Back. They even saved iance from elimination in Questions Answered, despite not being on their team, or even a contestant. Eventually got a chance to join the show in "The Escape from Four".
  • Ambiguous Gender: Is yet to be referred to with male or female pronouns.
  • Living Prop: It looks like a camera, acts as a camera, and makes noises like a camera. Has also never spoken.
  • The Quiet One: Has never spoken.


Conch Shell:

  • Paper People: Is flat, which makes them look like a line when faced from the front.

Income Tax Return Document:
  • Overly Long Name: Has the longest name out of any joining character on the show.

Kitchen Sink:

  • Shout-Out: Does a spin when introduced, which may bring to mind Leekspin.




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Rubber Spatula:

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Shopping Cart:

Snare Drum:



  • Non-Indicative Name: One of the few characters who isn’t named after what object they are. Winner is a pile of fluff, previously used in the first season to represent members of a winning team.

Alternative Title(s): Battle For BFDI


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