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BoBoiBoy Leaf

BoBoiBoy Leaf opening

Personal Information
Alias(es)
Leaf / Daun
Simpleton (by Gopal and Papa Zola)
Occupation

Status
Alive
Biological Information
Gender
Male


Age

Hair Color
Dark Brown

Eye Color
Brown
Media

Appearance(s)

BoBoiBoy Leaf (BoBoiBoy Daun) is a new character that makes his debut in Episode 5 of BoBoiBoy Galaxy as one of BoBoiBoy's new elemental forms.

Personality

In contrast to his other forms, BoBoiBoy Leaf is much more innocent in nature, in addition to being childishly naive. He is also fairly cheeky in a childish way, often taunting and making fun of enemies when they miss an attack or Leaf bested them. Leaf is also fairly illogical and random, making his actions unpredictable or confusing to some. However, Leaf is less level-headed and more prone to getting scared and panicking in dangerous situations, much like a young child would. Although is just as proficient in combat as the other forms, Leaf as a person can be considered a liability because of his disorganized and irresponsible air-headed nature, making him much more likely to making mistakes; having to often depend on his friends or other forms to save him if he makes one. Leaf's naivety particularly showed when he offers Captain Separo a chance to reflect on his wrongdoings, even though it's clear that the villain will do no such thing.

BoBoiBoy Leaf

Leaf's first appearance distinguishes his childlike and innocent characteristics.

When first making his debut, Leaf is described as a simpleton by his friends. Furthermore, to being a scatterbrain, he is also a bit slow when it comes to taking in information and instructions. This scatterbrained demeanor is caused mostly due to BoBoiBoy hitting his head upon getting the new form. Like BoBoiBoy's original persona, he's a jokester and very playful, cheeky, maybe even more so than his original counterpart. Leaf is also fairly polite, referring to Captain Separo as 'mister' after his transformation.

Leaf is probably the embodiment of BoBoiBoy's inner child, which often has to be tucked away in favor of being the courageous and responsible superhero everyone wants.

Appearance

Like the other forms, Leaf bears resemblance to BoBoiBoy. However, he is the first form who is shown having a different color shirt underneath his vest (white) than the color of his emblem (emerald green) visible on his hat. Leaf's hat is haphazardly worn a little sideways backward.

Like all the other elemental forms, his emblem is also visible on the vest's zipper, but is zipped all the way up, just like Wind's. Leaf also has his pants covering part of his shoes as opposed to being tucked in.

In addition, Leaf's pupils are larger and shinier than all the other forms and BoBoiBoy's original persona, likely a design choice to highlight his naivety and childish nature.

Skills and Abilities

Attack
2/5
Defence
4/5
Agility
2/5
Courage
3/5

Abilities

BoBoiBoy Leaf has botanokinesis, the power to manipulate nature and plants to his will. Most of Leaf's attacks are related to using plants to help attack and defend himself.

  • Leaf Shuriken (Lontaran Daun) - Leaf summons leaf-like shurikens that can be thrown at his enemies as projectiles.
    • Stunning Leaf Shuriken (Lontaran Daun Kebas dan Kejang) - A variation of Leaf Shuriken. It can be used to temporarily immobilize them. This can be undone by simply plucking out the Shurikens.
  • Vine Whip/Creeping Vine (Daun Menjalar) - Leaf generates a long vine that he can use to swing across a distance. It can also function like a normal rope and can be used to lasso people and objects. The vines can act like a prehensile tail, able picking things up at Leaf's command.
  • Itchy Leaf Blade (Lontaran Daun Keladi Gatal) - Leaf summons a leaf-like dagger that can cause extreme itchiness stuck on an enemy. Similar to Stunning Shuriken Leaf, if removed, the effect will disappear, but effects may linger.
  • Leaf Whirlwind (Pusaran Daun) - Using a whirlwind of leaves to deflect incoming projectiles, Leaf can use this ability to defend himself. This ability has a noticeable resemblance to Whirling Wind, one of BoBoiBoy Wind's ability.
  • Woven Leaves (Balutan Daun) - A type of ability that uses the leaf weaving. It can be used in different scenarios and have different results.
    • Woven Leaf Trap (Balutan Daun Anyaman) - Leaf sends forth strands of weaving leaves to ensnare a target.
    • Woven Leaf Barrier (Daun Pelindung Mengkuang) - Leaf forms a barrier made of woven leaves to defend himself from an attack.
  • Thatch Flips (Libasan Lalang) - Leaf creates a woven leaf that can be used much like a knife. This ability was used to slice HookaBot off from Captain Separo in BoBoiBoy Galaxy: Superheroes Unite (BoBoiBoy Galaxy: Adiwira Bersatu).

Vehicle Abilities

Abilities that BoBoiBoy Leaf has used while on his vehicle.

  • Pitcher Plants Trap (Perangkap Periuk Kera) - Leaf summons large pitcher plants that can be used to devour opponents. It seems very effective against the space mosquitoes.

Story

BoBoiBoy Galaxy

After spending time on Planet Gurunda to recover another power sphere, BoBoiBoy's watch starts malfunctioning. It is later revealed by Ochobot that the watch had scanned the surrounding area and created a new Nature Element form for BoBoiboy to adapt to the change.

Leaf made his first debut in Episode 5, where BoBoiboy is thrown off the Space Pirate's ship and tossed into a tree. After recovering from being dropped and being hit in the head, which inadvertently caused Leaf's simpleton and scatterbrained personality, Leaf battles and ultimately overwhelms the leader of the space pirates, Captain Separo, and effectively detaining him.

He is also used by BoBoiBoy to defend the TAPOPS ship (Episode 6) from space mosquitoes. Leaf summons giant pitcher plants to gobble up the mosquitoes, before consequently being defeated for being the scatterbrain that he is. BoBoiBoy loses his form, but is saved by Papa Zola.

Leaf made a brief appearance in Episode 7, engaging Jokertu in combat before being defeated and forcing BoBoiBoy to flee. He did not appear as an Elemental Form when BoBoiBoy uses an Elemental Split as a card.

Leaf (Episode 8)

Leaf narrowly being devoured by a Tree Demon.

When being attacked by tree demons, Leaf was called out along with Earth and Lightning to save the bags of laundry that were actually secret SOS messages to TAPOPS agents in Episode 8. Leaf saved Gopal from being eaten by the tree demon before he inadvertently got in between the fight of Fang and another tree demon. As a result, Leaf was nearly devoured and stomped on, but was saved by Fang, Lightning, and Earth. He was later called upon again to save the falling laundry bags from Adu Du's mud shots.

Leaf was summoned once more in Episode 9, where he was called out along with Wind and Earth to try combat a hypnotized Gopal and Adu Du, who had been taken control of the hypnofrog Katakululu. Unfortunately, Both Leaf and Wind was was incapable of fighting properly due to being frightened by a dead snake that Gopal had turned from a vine that Leaf tried to use. As a result, the two ended up being saved by Earth and exhausted, Leaf was called back to BoBoiBoy.

Later, Leaf is summoned via an Elemental Split during Episode 10 to help Gopal cook a meal. Leaf was in charge of cutting the vegetables, using his vines to help do various tasks.

During Episode 13, Leaf was called out to battle the Jugglenaut alongside Wind and Earth. Using his pitcher plants, Leaf is able to scoop up the explosive balloon spiders to prevent them from exploding and hurting his friends. Unfortunately, he was caught by the Jugglenaut's cement attack. Unable to move and worned down, Leaf lost his form and returned to BoBoiBoy.

In Episode 18, BoBoiBoy Leaf battled against A.B.A.M., though he was incapacitated by him when the arrows pinned him in place. He later called out Fire and Wind to help free Ying and Yaya from the ice, though the other forms seemed to have been influenced by Leaf due to him being the leader and inherited his childish irrationality. However, Leaf's irrational scatterbrained personality proved useful to assist Gopal in dancing to help disorient A.B.A.M. that led to his destruction.

List of Appearances

BoBoiBoy Galaxy

Trivia

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The Space Pirate's readout says BoBoiBoy has the potential to control seven elements.

  • Even though BoBoiBoy attained BoBoiBoy Thorn, the supposed upgraded version of Leaf in BoBoiBoy: The Movie, in BoBoiBoy Galaxy everyone refers to Leaf as a new form. BoBoiBoy never canonically gotten this form and had only gotten Thorn briefly after being super powered by Ochobot. By Galaxy, he had lost the ability to turn into Thorn and subsequently, Leaf.
    • It's also interesting to note that BoBoiBoy did not need to know Leaf as a base form to transform into Thorn.
  • Both Leaf and Light are the only two base forms not to appear in the Original Series.
  • This is the first time an elemental form's personality was directly caused by an outside force. All other elemental forms supposedly were from parts of BoBoiBoy's original persona and weren't based on the situation. Due to blunt force trauma after falling from the Space Pirate's ship, Leaf is considered to be a bit of a dunce.
    • Leaf's original personality is probably the childish part of BoBoiBoy's personality, but his ditsy simpleton nature was added when he hit his head.
  • In Galaxy Episode 9, it appeared that Leaf seems to have a fear of snakes (as shared with Wind), however, Earth didn't seem to share the same fear.
  • In Galaxy Episode 18, BoBoiBoy Leaf became the leader of the Elemental Split and as a result, the other Elemental Forms seem to have inherited Leaf's scatterbrain-ness (most notably, Fire was influenced to be much more childish than he usually is).

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See Also


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Media

The Series | What Yaya Says | BoBoiBoy: The Movie | BoBoiBoy Galaxy | BoBoiBoy Galaxy Special | BoBoiBoy: The Movie 2

Characters

Original characters: BoBoiBoy | Yaya Yah | Ying | Gopal Kumar | Fang | Ochobot | Tok Aba | Adu Du | Probe | Computer | Papa Zola | Bago Go | Ejo Jo | BoBoiBoy Lightning | BoBoiBoy Wind | BoBoiBoy Earth | BoBoiBoy Fire | BoBoiBoy Water | BoBoiBoy Thunderstorm | BoBoiBoy Cyclone | BoBoiBoy Earthquake | Mr. Kumar | Azroy | Bago Go's Son | Big Cocoa | BoBoiBot | Canteen Lady | Captain Munch | Detective Conon | Five Scammer Commanders | Ibu Bu | Jaja Bear | Mama Zila | Megabot Scambot | Mr.Alebi | Mukalakus | Old Lady | Onion Monster | Pak Senin Koboi | PETAI | Postman | Ravi J. Jambul | Robolabolabolabolabot Super King | SampahBot | Sasha | Shield Monster | Sleeping Monster | Tauke | Teacher Timi | The Emperor | Wahid | Wak Baga Ga | Bagi Gi | Bagu Gu | Tom | BoBoiBoy's Father | Captain Kaizo | Lahap | BoBoiBoy's Gang | Team Kaizo
Movie characters: Bora Ra | Cici Ko | Gaga Naz | Kiki Ta | Klamkabot | Yoyo Oo | Tengkotak | Jero-Jero | BoBoiBoy Blaze | BoBoiBoy Ice | BoBoiBoy Solar | BoBoiBoy Thorn | Power Spheres
Galaxy characters: MotoBot | TAPOPS | Space Pirates | Cattus | BellBot | Captain Separo | HookaBot | Jokertu | CardBot | Waibi | BoBoiBoy Leaf | BoBoiBoy Light | Tarung | FireBot | Sai | Shielda | BalloonBot | CementBot | MelonBot | GigiBot | InviBot | Panto | Jugglenaut | Bad Dudes | TargetBot | NoseBot | TrophyBot | LoopBot | Mrs. Wawa | Aunty Yang | The Bikembars | Roktaroka | Gijimo | CetakBot | RompakBot | EmotiBot | CopyBot | PasteBot | Jagara | DataBot | Captain Vargoba | Nut | BoBoiBoy Light | TEMPUR-A | Ramenman

Episodes

Season One: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Extended Finale
Season Two: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13
Season Three: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15 | Episode 16 | Episode 17 | Episode 18 | Episode 19 | Episode 20 | Episode 21 | Episode 22 | Episode 23 | Episode 24 | Episode 25 | Episode 26
BoBoiBoy Galaxy: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15 | Episode 16 | Episode 17 | Episode 18 | Episode 19 | Episode 20 | Episode 21 | Episode 22 | Episode 23 | Season Finale

Locations

Rintis Island | Tok Aba and BoBoiBoy's Cocoa Shop | Tok Aba's House | Rintis Island Primary School | Adu Du's Hiding Box | The Haunted House | Pak Senin Koboi's Alley | Rintis Railway Station | Ata Ta Tiga | Yah's House | Ying's House | Kumar's House | Rintis Island Police Station | Rintis Island Park | Rintis Island Post Office | Toy Shop | Grocery Shop | The Floating Island | TAPOPS Station | Gurunda | Dargha'ya | Volcania | Planet Circus | Space Pirates Colony | Planet Junkberg | Spaceship Archives | Sunnova Station | TEMPUR-A Headquarters

Songs

BoBoiBoy Our Superhero | Hang on Tight | BoBoiBoy International Trailer | Mister Boss and Probe | Suasana Di Hari Raya | BuBaDiBaKo | Jagalah Bumi | Bangkit Anak Muda! | Masih Di Sini | Di Bawah Langit Yang Sama | Dunia Baru | TAPOPS Theme Song

Games and Apps

BoBoiBoy: Adu Du Attacks! | BoBoiBoy: Photosticker | BoBoiBoy Super Kick | BoBoiBoy: Puzzle Clash | BoBoiBoy: Ejo Jo Attacks | BoBoiBoy: Bounce & Blast | BoBoiBoy: Power Spheres | BoBoiBoy Galactic Heroes

See Also

Animonsta Studios | Movie Animation Park Studios