"The Noob's first appearance in First Flight"
|Class||Support, Assault ("Revive"), Engineer ("Vehicle Waste" and "Stingers"), Recon ("Campers")|
|Friends||The Sniper, The Medic, The Engineer, 2nd Noob/Simon. The Administrator|
|Enemies||LevelCap's assistant, Ammo Guy|
|Voice Actor||Brent Triplett|
The Noob, Neebs, or simply Noob is the main character in the Battlefield Friends Series.
He is known for his lack of in game skills or intelligence as he fails to understand almost every single thing his teammates say to him, yet believes himself to be an adept player.
The Noob is an arrogant, dimwitted, sexist and reckless player. His dislike towards female gamers is revealed in the episode "Girl Gamer". During the episode "Hardcore" he denies teamates kills.
- He appears as the support class through most of the series, but he has been a engineer a few times, he has also been a medic, sniper, and enemy once.
- He is known for wasting vehicles.
- He thinks he is a claymore specialist, yet he does not understand that he can only lay two claymores at a time.
- Similarly, he thinks he is a chopper expert but cannot tell the difference between a lock from a heat-seeking missile and a lock from a SOFLAM. He also does not understand the fundamentals of transport helicopters and cannot fly one.
- He is unsure what the term "Flanking" means, as seen in the episode, "Teamspeak".
- He is known to cause the Ammo Guy to die.
- He does not understand of how t-bagging works as shown in "Team Bagging."
- In the first season, he's seen carrying an M16A3, although unavailable in the support class. By the second and third season, his weapons switch between the M249 belt fed machine gun, and M27 IAR. In season 4, he's seen briefly with the new U100 MK5, the default weapon for the support class in BF4.
- According to "Battleloggers" an in-game series by Hank and Jed, the Noob's name is "Neebs_", a reference to the character from Doraleous and Associates, another series by Hank and Jed, who shares his voice actor.
- He is the only character to have been all classes and both teams.
- He is the only character in the series to have killed the Colonel, as seen in the episode "Transport Chopper."
- In fact, in "Kill Cam", the Colonel reveals that the Noob is the only player in the entire game to have done this.
- The Noob is shown to have an S-TAC in the episode "Silent Sniper." This episode actually aired long before the Endgame DLC.
- He bought all the expansion packs (or just Back to Karkand) as he is seen on the map Gulf of Oman in "Transport Chopper" but has a regular M4 Bayonet in Noob Fight while Simon has a ACB-90.
- In "Air Superiority," he jet rams, which is an offence in most servers. He also kills himself trying to Rendezook, as the ejector seat malfunctions on purpose in Air Superiority servers.
- He sings "I got little birdy legs" when capturing an objective, as seen in "Take The Objective."
- He dislikes PC graphics, as he thinks they are too pretty.
- In "LevelCap," he knifes LevelCap's assistant, which gets him rewarded with a bullet to the head by the assistant. He also manages to run LevelCap himself over with a jeep.
- In "Close Quarters," he is seen enjoying the scenery. Unlike the others, he is not seen as an Assault.
- In "Spawn Killing", it is revealed that he has a job, as he says that he is 30 minutes late. He also breaks his own record for most kills in a single match, with 5 kills.
- When he T-Bags he says 'Dip Dip, Potato Chip.'
- In the episode "Battlefield 4", he is dismissive of the improvements over Battlefield 3 and keeps talking about dinosaurs, which infuriates the rest of the squad.
- In season 4, his clothing and bandolier has been replaced with a black uniform and a light brown bulletproof vest.
- In the season 4 finale "Hardcore", when The Noob shouts promoted while the Colonel is using the AMR-2, the Colonel throws his knife at his head for revenge for what happened in the episode "Transport Chopper".
- In "Rush", he kills himself with a grenade whilst he tries to arm the final M-COM, causing his team to lose the match.
- He calls C4 "Jeep Stuff".
- In "Recon C4", he argues with the Recon over the fact that Recon has C4. He ends up running over Recon and taking his kit just to use the C4.
- In "Scavenger", he switches teams just to get the Xbow.