Babloo is an Indian boy and guide from Johnny Thunder and the Secret of Marco Polo. He guides the adventurers to the scorpion village and helps them on their adventure. He first appeared in the LEGO Adventurers sets.
- Film Credits: Johnny Thunder and the Secret of Marco Polo; Johnny Thunder and the Wisdom of the Ancients (cut from film)
- Character Role: Assistant
- Actor: Luke Stabe
- Character Sex: Male
Babloo has green legs, a blue torso with a jacket, a yellow sash, and a white shirt. His arms and hands are both yellow, as is his head. His face features a cheerful expression, and large black eyes. However, he can be seen with a scared expression at times. He wears a red turban.
Babloo is a very cheerful, yet superstitious, Indian boy with a strong connection with the elephants he owns. He is also very cautious, trying not to take big risks, even if he has no choice. He is very knowledgeable of the jungle and is able to navigate it with ease.
Before Mustache Maniacs Film Co.Edit
Babloo first originated in 2003 as a character in the LEGO Orient Expedition set 7414 Elephant Caravan. There, he controls the elephant with his whip while Pippin Reed fends of Lord Sinister. In the India story arc of the Orient Expedition sets, Babloo guides the adventurers to the Scorpion Palace, though he has problems of his own to contend with.
In the said storyline, Babloo is a member of a tribal village that is being subjected to the rule of Maharaja Lallu, who tries to use Babloo to find the sunstone (a story element cut out of Johnny Thunder and the Secret of Marco Polo). When Dr. Kilroy finds the sunstone, he gives it to Babloo, who uses it to free his people.
Outside of the LEGO sets, Babloo has appeared on sticker sheets, stationary, and other promotional material for the Orient Expedition sets. He also makes a cameo on the LEGOLAND Windsor attraction Orient Expedition.
- He has a pet monkey named Pampa.
- According to www.freewebs.com/mylego, Babloo's mother is named Inderia and was one of the accomplices of Dr. Daniel Thunder.