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As the leader of the Benevolent Alliance, General Blorgon is shown to be strict, serious, and sometimes harsh. He expects a lot from the virus warriors and those who work for him and he does not tolerate any form of goofing around from anyone. He uses a lot of harsh and unorthodox methods to show that he does not tolerate any form of irresponsibility or immaturity as he is known to confiscate battleballs from anyone he deems to be unworthy of wielding them, places new candidates through many brutal and gruesome tests, and it is implied in "Dude, Where's My Noob?" that he sucks brains out of anyone who is irresponsible enough to misplace their battleballs, though he does greatly reward those who keep a close eye on their battleballs by giving them free tickets to an intergalactic waterpark. He also gets irritated by immaturity and childishness from people like Memock and Zenblock but he does use immature behavior from anyone to his advantage as he gave Membock and Zenblock gift certificates to a kids store called Stuff-A-Puppy, to test them on how well they take care of the Noobs. He is also shown to be very smart as he has mind reading powers and he also seems to be good as knowing when people lie to him as in "Noob Kids On The Block" when he shows disbelief and slight mistrust when Memnock lies to him by stating that he and Zenblock did not oversleep when they clearly overslept as they were still wearing their pajamas in the afternoon and Zen showed signs of tiredness.
Despite his harsh and strict personality, General Blorgon does display a carefree and childish side to him as first evidenced in Noobs of the Round Table as he displayed a childlike fascination with Earth culture like Memnock and Zenblock do. In that episode, Blorgon and his associates started to frequently visit Earth while using the excuse of inspecting the Noob's battle balls Southey could have fun with Earth Culture. Blorgon also showed a liking to plush puppies in the same episode.
RelationshipsDude, Where's My Noob? and he seemed to know better when Memnock lied to hm about sleeping in too late in Noob Kids on The Block. General Blorgon seems to know about the fact the Mem and Zen behave like little children a lot as he used their childish behavior to his advantage by giving them Stuff-A-Puppy gift certifcates to test them in Noobs Of The Round Table.
- His appearance is a reference to the song "I'm Blue" by the blue man group.
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