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She is eventually saved when the other Octalians shapeshift into her and absorb a little of Orgaluth's Law to lessen the effects of it. She happily reunites with her mother.
 
She is eventually saved when the other Octalians shapeshift into her and absorb a little of Orgaluth's Law to lessen the effects of it. She happily reunites with her mother.
   
== Appearance ==
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== Physical Appearance ==
 
Orgaluth is a teenage Octalian with a purple complexion and a dark blue robe with black outlines and a hoodie.
 
Orgaluth is a teenage Octalian with a purple complexion and a dark blue robe with black outlines and a hoodie.
   

Revision as of 22:21, May 18, 2019

Orgaluth
OrgaluthFull
Gender: Female
Species: Octalian
Friends and Family
Parents:
Alien Commander (mother)
Behind the Scenes
First Appearance:
  "Sphere and Loathing in Outer Space"
Voiced by:
Odessa Adlon

Orgaluth is a teenage female Octalian who suffers from the effects of negative Probability Ions, dubbed Orgaluth's Law.

She is voiced by Odessa Adlon.

History

In "Sphere and Loathing in Outer Space" she is shown to be surrounded by a large field of negative probably ions that has been growing around her since infancy. This field of Orgaluth's Law has grown so large that it has become an enormous sphere that Octalians began to dub the Sphere of Calamity, which was believed to have consumed Orgaluth entirely, until she was found still alive inside the sphere by Milo.

She is eventually saved when the other Octalians shapeshift into her and absorb a little of Orgaluth's Law to lessen the effects of it. She happily reunites with her mother.

Physical Appearance

Orgaluth is a teenage Octalian with a purple complexion and a dark blue robe with black outlines and a hoodie.

Personality

Due to suffering from Orgaluth's Law for all her life, she has become quiet and withdrawn. After she is saved she becomes much more cheerful and a typical teenager.

Trivia

  • Orgaluth is the first female in the series to exper the effects of negative probability ions, as well as the first non-human and member of the Murphy family.
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