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The main character with an amazing ability to absorb paint that can color buildings and restore life to the world, which he uses to defeat INKT Corporation.
- Adaptational Attractiveness: The version of Blob in the PC game has a much more bloated-looking and monsterous design, and can be best described as looking similar to Grimace. The more well-known version of Blob, as seen in the picture, is slimmed down and more stereotypically "cute", with beady eyes and rabbit traits.
- Adaptational Heroism: In the PC game, he absorbs people to paint things, while the following games have him use paint-stealing robots and paint puddles.
- Ambiguous Species: He lives on Planet Raydia and has all the physical traits of a Raydian (with rabbit-like ears and a tan marking around his mouth), but hes more blob-like compared to his more humanoid friends, seems to lack feet, and can absorb paint and change his color, a power that only he seems to possess, so he might as well be a living blob of paint that just looks like a Raydian.
- Badass Adorable: Being the main character in a cast of Ridiculously Cute Critters, its a given.
- Blob Monster: It's even his name.
- Fertile Feet: Well, he doesn't really have feet, but everything he slides over while colored can be returned to their former glory, including grass and trees.
- Everything's Better with Rainbows: His special ability is changing colors and painting everything he touches.
- Good Is Not Soft: He has no problem attacking hundreds upon hundreds of Inkies or dealing with those who have wronged his people (such as Comrade Black and Dr. Von Blot) in a brutal manner, but only does so to save his planet and help his people.
- Green Thumb: In addition to painting everything he touches, he can also replenish grass and trees and cause a World-Healing Wave that will bring an area of the city back to life.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: Sure, being able to paint things isn't a powerful ability in the conventional sense, but it is helpful when your entire planet relies on color, and a lot of the tasks that Blob has to carry out require these powers.
- Heroic Mime: He still utters some gibberish phrases in the gameplay, but that's about it. We never get any dialogue boxes from him.
- The Hero: Duh.
- Hero with Bad Publicity: The Inkies try to make Blob this through their propaganda and brainwashing, fortunately failing in doing so.
- Idiot Hero: He's intelligent enough in the Wii games, yet for some reason morphs into this in the DS game.
- Lazy Bum: When he's not trying to save Raydia, he's usually lodging around.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Played for Laughs when his powers accidentally cause a bird to have trouble flying.
An energetic, blue male Raydian and is a member of the Color Underground.
- Badass Adorable: Hes smaller than the other characters, but definitely badass.
- Blue Is Heroic
- The Lancer: The closest the team has to one, anyway.
- Lovable Jock: He loves extreme sports and is always seen with a pair of roller blades and sport goggles. His challenges in the first game have to do with racing from Point A to Point B.
- Keet: The most hyperactive of the cast.
An old, brown-coloured Raydian and the leader of the Colour Underground.
- Cool Chair: His hovering wheelchair, which he calls his Pants Engine.
- Cool Old Guy: Old, yet pretty competent at his job.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He's an inventor.
- Genius Cripple: Hes a Gadgeteer Genius who cant move around without his chair.
- High-Class Glass: Wears a monocle.
- No Mouth: His mouth is covered by his mustache.
- The Smart Guy: While he does run the Colour Underground itself, he does most of the technical work while Blob does most of the leadership stuff.
A strong, orange male Raydian with a tough personality and a member of the Colour Underground.
- The Big Guy: He's the toughest of the gang.
- Boisterous Bruiser: The challenges involving him always have to do with defeating Inkies.
- Martial Arts Headband: He's always seen wearing a red headband.
A cheerful, green female Raydian who is a member of the Color Underground.
- The Chick: The only main Raydian that is female, and the most down-to-earth.
- Genki Girl: A very cheerful, art-loving girl.
- Hartman Hips: Her thin pear shape gives off this impression.
- Meaningful Name: Arty is very artistic.
- The Smurfette Principle: Until Pinky showed up, she was the only female on the team.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Green hair, to match her green skin.
A pink, flying female robot created by the Professor to act as a companion and guide for Blob as he fights the INKT Corporation.
- Action Girl: She can shoot out lasers and has helped Blob fight off enemies.
- Badass Adorable: A small robot who assists Blob during his journey through Prisma City.
- Cute Machines: A tiny robot who is also pretty adorable.
- The Cutie: Possibly the cutest in the cast, despite not even being a Raydian, mainly due to her small size and friendly personality.
- Expy: She has a lot of similarities to Eve from WALLE.
- Fembot: She's a pink robot with a female voice.
- Pink Means Feminine: She's a female robot with a pink color scheme.
- Robot Buddy: Serves as one to the Colour Underground, but especially to Blob.
- Say My Name: Often does this to Blob.
- Sixth Ranger
ReggieA young, red Raydian implied to be a member of the Colour Underground, who helps Blob in the Comrade Black U./State College stage.
- Aliens of London: He talks with an American Surfer Dude accent, although like every other Raydian he still speaks in their unintelligible language.
- Red Is Heroic: He's a red color and is a Nice Guy who helps out Blob.
- Surfer Dude: Talks this way.
- Totally Radical: His dialogue consists of this.
RaydiansA race of colorful, fun-loving aliens who live on the planet Raydia.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: They're a race of multicolored beings who live in a society whose culture revolves around color.
- Beware the Nice Ones: When the time desperately calls for it, theyre willing to revolt against Comrade Black and his army.
- Intelligent Gerbil: They somewhat resemble rabbits, although they behave much similar to humans.
- Ridiculously Cute Critters: And how. They're so tiny and defenseless that you can't help but want to save them.
The leader of the Inkies and INKT Corporation and main villain of the game, who has come to Planet Raydia to drain it of its color, fun, and life and become its ruler.
- Bad Boss: He's a horrible boss to the Inkies, often abusing them, like sending them into a furnace through a trapdoor or using them for experiments.
- Big Bad: He controls the Inkies and is the reason why Raydia is under attack.
- The Caligula: Not only a power-hungry dictator, but also a massive bully who uses a vast army and lots of powerful high-tech weapons to vicitimize and enslave a peaceful race of aliens who don't even have a way of protecting themselves other than a select group of rebels. Pair that with his Bad Boss tendencies and cruel treatment towards the Graydians.
- Control Freak: He is obsessed with seizing Raydia as a planet of his own and shaping it exactly the way he wants it to be.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Has shades of being one. Not only does he run a corporation, he also replaces the landmarks with banks and other business-related facilities and turns the Raydians into White Collar Workers. In the sequel, he also attempts to mass-produce an INKT-branded, brainwashing soda.
- Dirty Coward: Prone to running away instead of confronting Blob and other enemies face-to-face. Around the end of the second game, he leaves the atmosphere on a rocket ship while also leaving behind his soldiers.
- The Dreaded: To Planet Raydia, at least. When he reveals his true nature after pretending to be Papa Blanc, the Raydians understandably freak out.
- Evil Gloating: Does this alot in the last level of the second game, in which Pinky lampshades how annoying it is.
- Evil Is Hammy: Especially around the end of the sequel where he practically revels in Evil Gloating.
- Evil Overlord: He's your typical Obviously Evil sci-fi fantasy conqueror.
- Evil Wears Black: Or rather, Evil Is Black. He's a being made out of ink and hates anything associated with color. He even has "black" in his name.
- Fat Bastard: Briefly becomes an obese-looking, gigantic hulk during the final boss battle by exposing himself to color energy.
- General Failure: While he did briefly succeed in creating a dictatorship twice on Raydia, he still eventually gets thwarted by Blob in both games, and while generally more competent and intelligent than other Inkies, he can still be scatterbrained at times, failing to do simple tasks that will help him win against Blob like remembering to lock up a ladder leading to a superweapon, or y'know, not leaving behind rockets for Blob to use as he retreats into space.
- Giggling Villain: Is prone to letting out a devious chuckle whenever he believes he has Blob cornered.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Especially when the Color Underground start foiling his plans.
- It's All About Me: He also seems to have a massive ego, setting up huge statues of himself across any city he overthrows, and getting extremely angry when they're defaced.
- Kick the Dog: In the Prison Zoo stage, it's shown that he captured all of Blob's teammates, locked them up in cages, subjected them to public humilation (even stealing the Professor's wheelchair and keeping it for himself), and then proceeded to taunt Blob and Pinky about it. While incarcerating most of the Colour Underground would help him in his plans in the longrun, setting them up in public display and treating them like zoo animals was clearly only something he did For the Evulz and only shows how much of a Sadist he is.
- Laughably Evil: Most of Comrade Black's antics involve angry outbursts over Blob ruining his plans or goofy slapstick gags.
- Psychopathic Manchild: He's prone to throwing childish tantrums (e.g: throwing stuff around) when things don't go his way.
- The Napoleon: He's tinier than the main characters, and has a nasty temper to boot.
- Suddenly Voiced: Initially we don't get any dialogue boxes from Comrade Black, just the usual Speaking Simlish in the cutscenes. That is until the second game where we get a brief line of dialogue from him around the end of one of the early levels. In the last level, we get even more dialogue from him, and it's a lot.
- Take Over the City: Tries to take over two of them on Planet Raydia. He takes over Chroma City in the first game and Prisma City in the sequel.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Comrade Black sneers at Blob in the last level of De Blob 2 "Do you really think painting things will help you now?" Yes, Black, yes it will.
Comrade Black's loyal soldiers and the main enemies in the de Blob series.
- Adaptational Villainy: In the PC game, I.N.K.T. is a police force that is Ambiguously Evil at best and possibly authoritarian at worst, and the only antagonistic thing they are shown doing is hunting down Blob, which may even possibly make them Anti-Villains considering Blobs rampaging throughout the city absorbing its residents. In the following games however, they are a blatantly evil oppressive dictatorship who tries to enslave Raydia out of thirst for power and are actively shown throughout the games torturing Raydians.
- Adorable Evil Minions: They're tiny blobs of ink who aren't really that much of a threat, at least until they get more upgrades as the game progresses.
- Alien Lunch: They apparently consume tadpoles if the Blanc Cola Cannery/Soda Falls stage is anything to go by. Even the also-alien Raydians find it disgusting.
- Always Chaotic Evil: They're an alien species that hates color and is lead by an evil dictator, and are hell-bent on taking over and draining life on a colorful planet.
- A Nazi by Any Other Name: They're essentially Those Wacky Nazis but as an alien race who wants to exterminate color and fun.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: They appear to be sentient blobs of ink but also have one mechanical eye, making them possibly Mechanical Lifeforms as well.
- Butt-Monkey: They often suffer abuse under the hands of their boss, Blob, or themselves.
- Cyclops: They all have only one eye.
- Elite Mooks: The Elite Inkies, which are Inkies that must be stomped on with a certain color to be taken out.
- Evil Sounds Raspy: Their spoken language sounds mostly like high-pitched, guttural snarling.
- Fat Bastard: Spikey Inkies are fatter than normal Inkies. They're also some of the most dangerous enemies in the game.
- Gasshole: The obese Spikey Inkies are accompanied by farting noises when they're introduced.
- Hidden Depths: One of the Inkies is shown to have a liking towards ice-skating.
- Laughably Evil: They are not-so-bright, bumbling minions who, like their boss, are also prone to slapstick humor.
- Mad Scientist: The Inky scientists, who inexplicably speak in German accents.
- Malevolent Masked Men: Shepherds wear creepy white masks.
- One-Gender Race: Pretty much all the Inkies you encounter over the course of the game are male, although there are some extra cutscenes serving as Fake Advertisements that reveal that female Inkies do exist, meaning they're either very rare or Comrade Black barred them from grunt work in favor of assigning them acting jobs for propaganda videos.
- Pokémon Speak: In addition to Speaking Simlish, they also say "Ink!", usually as a Battlecry.
- Scary Dogmatic Aliens: They seem to represent communists, with some Nazism thrown into the mix. Their leader is even named Comrade Black.
- Starfish Language: Barcode. Though when talking, they Speak Simlish like the heroes.
- Ungrateful Bastard: Even after Blob goes through a brief Enemy Mine with them and defeats the Mutant Inky, they all go back to hunting him down and treating him like a monster. Justified though, as it's not like Blob did it for them anyway since the monster was dangerous to Raydians as well, and even afterwards the Inkies were still scheming to take over Raydia with Blob trying to stop them.
Enemies that appear in De Blob 2. They're Raydians who're part of the Blanc cult who have been brainwashed with ink to hate color.
- Adorable Evil Minions: Like the Inkies, they're small and cute, although they are also examples of Killer Rabbits since they chase after the protagonist and latch onto him.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: They are Raydians who have been brainwashed into hating color and attacking Blob.
- Corrupt the Cutie: Originally happy Raydians who have been turned into color-hating mooks of Comrade Black who are sent to track down and kill Blob. Luckily, they are restored back to themselves whenever Blob stomps on them.
- Creepy Monotone: They speak this way.
- Light Is Not Good: Their color motif is white.
- Skull for a Head: The Blancs faces resemble skulls whenever they go into attack mode.
A monstrous, mutated "Inky" created in a freak factory accident, who is a boss in the Inky Fabricator stage.
- Body Horror: A massive, mutated freak made out of ink.
- Extra Eyes: Unlike the cyclopic Inkies, he has four eyes.
- Kill It with Fire: He's weak to heat.
- Mechanical Monster: He's a giant mutant blob of ink with metal plates for arms.