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That number sounds hard to spell. Not that I would care about that.
 

9-Ball is a character that was up for debut in TPOT. In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", 9-Ball didn't debut in TPOT, only receiving 1,033 votes and beating Leek by 19 votes.

Personality

9-Ball does not care about letters, similar to how 8-Ball does not care about numbers. They have a deadpan attitude as well.

Appearance

9-Ball is a cream-colored billiard ball with a yellow stripe, they have an underlined number 9 on their top.

Changes

BFDIA 3

  • 9-Ball is solid-colored, unlike real-life 9-balls.
  • 9-Ball's line under the number 9 is poorly drawn.

BFB 2

  • 9-Ball's line under the number 9 is now a straight line.
  • 9-Ball is brighter.
  • 9-Ball gains legs.

BFB 16

  • 9-Ball now resembles a standard 9 billiards ball, with a cream body and yellow stripe.
  • 9-Ball's line under the number 9 is now curved.
  • 9-Ball no longer has legs.
  • 9-Ball has an outline.

Coverage

Appearances

Battle for Dream Island Again

In "Insectophobe's Nightmare 3", 9-Ball is the 20th recommended character out of the 25 shown at the end.

Battle for BFDI

In "Lick Your Way to Freedom", 9-Ball appears as Donut flies over the recommended characters.

In "The Escape from Four", 9-Ball was one of the 26 recommended characters selected by Two as one of the eligible candidates to become a contestant in The Power of Two. Their audition is them writing "I don't have a Favorite Letter" on the whiteboard with their mouth badly before looking at the camera and gasping.

Battle for Dream Island: The Power of Two

In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", 9-Ball is first shown with the contestants and the eligible debuters on the ground when Two flies up to the top of the Hotel. Due to being high up, the contestants cannot hear Two's calls to do Cake at Stake. After Nickel fails to hear their calls, Two uses their telekinesis to bring the contestants and the eligible debuters up.

9-Ball gasps when Rubber Spatula is sent falling through the floor. Later, Two tells them that they only got 1,033 votes. They comment that that number sounds hard to spell, and that they wouldn't care anyway. 9-Ball can also be seen inside the hotel as Two and the contestants take the elevator down.

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