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Battery is a recommended character and was one of the eligible debuters for TPOT.


Battery is a quiet and happy character. They seem to agree with Avocado's opinions on Two. Battery can also be seen as smart, as they can make science experiments from pure natural electricity.


Battery is a pine green AA-type battery. They don't appear to be based off any specific brand of battery.


BFDI 13 - BFDI 18

  • Battery is limbless.
  • Battery is a 9-volt battery.
  • Their colors are black and brown, like real life 9-volt batteries.


  • Battery has arms and legs.
  • Battery has white facial features.

BFB 15

  • Battery is no longer a 9-volt battery.

BFB 16

  • Battery is not sentient.
  • Battery is limbless.
  • Battery is a CGI battery.

BFB 16 (debut)

  • Battery is sentient.
  • Battery has limbs.
  • Battery has black facial features.
  • Battery is back to being the normal 2D style.


Battery attaches strips of metal to both sides of their body with a light bulb attached at the top. Afterward, the light bulb turns on and they smile at the camera.


Character Number of times killed Episodes
Pencil 1 "Don't Lose Your Marbles" (along with Remote, Leafy, and Blocky)
Snowball 1 "Don't Lose Your Marbles" (along with Remote, Leafy, Blocky, and Pencil)


  • As seen in their audition, Battery is able to conduct electricity, they used this to power a small lightbulb.
  • Their recommender, squib, also has another character in the debut, VHSy.
  • Their recommender is one of two recommenders to get two of their characters in the debut.
  • Battery is the only character to have an asset shorter than Firey Jr.'s that hasn't been shrunken.
  • Battery could possibly be a Bad Dairy brand battery, as Bad Dairy batteries are green and appear in BFB 16.
  • They are the second character who's name naturally ends with "Y" without having it added to the object's name. The first is Ruby.


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