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The Kobalts are a blue team introduced in Marble League 2016. After earning 2 silver medals, they finished in 9th place in Marble League 2016. However, the Kobalts tied for 13th in the Marble League 2017 Qualifiers and were unable to qualify. They also did not qualify for Marble League 2018 after finishing 5th in their qualification group.

After failing to qualify for the third time in a row in the Marble League 2019 Qualifiers, the Kobalts competed in the Marble League Showdown 2019 in order to secure their spot in Marble League 2020 Qualifiers. However, the Kobalts did not place well enough to compete in the qualifiers.

In the Marble League Showdown 2020, the Kobalts took two first-place finishes to finish the Showdown in first, however they couldn't carry this momentum into the Marble League 2021 Qualifiers, and failed to qualify for the fifth year in a row.

Team Members

Athletes

Azure, Cerulean, Dodger and Royal were the original members of the Kobalts. Dodger and Royal were replaced by Meepo and Gnome in 2017. Royal, however, returned as the fifth and reserve member of the team in 2018. Azure became team captain in 2019.

Before the start of Marble League 2021, Meepo was demoted to reserve due to poor performances, and Royal was promoted to a full member.

The original members of the Kobalts in 2016

2016 2017 2018 2019 -
2020
2021 -
Present
Azure Azure Azure Azure Captain.png Azure Captain.png
Meepo Meepo Meepo Meepo
Gnome Gnome Gnome Gnome
Cerulean Cerulean Cerulean Cerulean Cerulean
Royal Royal Royal Royal
Dodger
Color Meaning
Team Member
Reserve Member
Injured

Timeline

Managers

Manager From To Events G S B Tot. Honors
Dodger Exact date unknown[1] present 24 1 2 1 4 ML 2020 Showdown Champions
ML 2021 Showdown Champions

Coaches

Coach From To Events G S B Tot. Honors
Sapphire 25 February 2019[2] present 32 3 2 1 6 ML 2020 Showdown Champions
ML 2021 Showdown Champions

History

Pre-Marble League

The Kobalts come from the Central African city of Zuro, a city renowned for the sciences. The four original team members, Azure, Cerulean, Royal and Dodger, met while at a university in the city. They all studied chemistry (although Dodger was previously a history major) and met in the university laboratory, where they were experimenting on cobalt(II) oxide and alumina, which produces blue pigment. They all love four main things: the color blue, science, roll-playing games and marble sports.

The four first heard of the growing popularity of marble sports in their final year at university in 2014. In the small amount of free time the four doctorate students had, they would play Marbles & Monoliths, a popular roll-playing game, on a chat room called the Marblebase. In the middle of the campaign, another user named Sapphire shared a featurette about the Knikkegen Marble League. The four watched the video together and got hooked.

Azure admitted that they and their friends had so much love for chemistry that they never thought anything would move them away. After finishing their final semester in Spring 2014, Azure contacted Sapphire and learned they were an athletics trainer with connections to Knikkegen. They agreed to train Azure and their friends. While not the most athletic marbles in Zuro, the four exhibited their intelligence with a good knowledge of anatomy and how to get in shape.

The four eventually came to be known as the Kobalts. They applied for participation in the 2015 Knikkegen Marble League, but their application was declined due to strict selection process. Undaunted by this, the team kept training and applied again the following year for what had become Marble League 2016. They were one of the few individual teams to be accepted, alongside the Oceanics and Team Galactic.[3]

2016

The Kobalts had a decent start to Marble League 2016, coming sixth in the first event, Balancing. However, they did not do as well over the next three events, finishing in the bottom half, although they did earn a bonus point due to a track defect in Event 2, the Relay Race. Their next points came in Event 5, the Long Jump, where Royal came 5th. The team won their first medal when Azure came second in the next event, the Water Race. Halfway through the competition, the team were in eighth overall. Unfortunately, the second half of the competition didn't go as well. Apart from a silver medal in Event 10, Precision Slalom, the team failed to get any further points. They finished ninth overall with 20 points.[3]

2017

With only two months to go before Marble League 2017, the Kobalts were experiencing some difficulties with training. Royal and Dodger were trying to balance the long nights in the lab with their jobs as chemists and the early morning marble sports training sessions. Royal admitted that they and Dodger both found a sense of fulfillment in marble sports, but they needed the money from their jobs and the opportunities they provided. The two left the team, leaving Azure and Cerulean with an incomplete team.

Fortunately, Azure, Cerulean and Sapphire had lots of connections from the Marblebase. They reached out to their Marbles & Monoliths party, and managed to convince Meepo and Gnome, siblings from the city of Elsham, to join the Kobalts. Elsham is also the place where many Marbles & Monoliths conventions are held. Meepo and Gnome traveled to Zuro to start training.

Meepo made their individual debut for the Kobalts in the second event of the Marble League 2017 Qualifiers, the Sand Race, where they failed to show a promising result. They finished in 14th, dropping the team into last place. Although the team managed to come second in the third event, Block Pushing, a 12th place finish for Cerulean in the final event, the Funnel Spin, led to the Kobalts finishing the Qualifiers in 13th overall, failing to qualify. The team were disappointed, but understood that late changes to the team's roster affected their chances of qualifying. They watched Marble League 2017 from the stands and started to train together again.[3]

2018

While training for Marble League 2018, the Kobalts were able to contact Royal. Rejoining the team as reserve member, Royal felt comfortable to return as the reserve position made it easier to balance their priorities, while at the same time trying to get the team back to shape. The team were prepared to redeem themselves.

The Kobalts were seeded in Group B in the Marble League 2018 Qualifiers. The team started with two sixth-place finishes. However, they managed to turn things around by finishing third in the 5 Meter Ice Dash and second in the Halfpipe. Unfortunately, this was not enough for the Kobalts to qualify for Marble League 2018, as they finished fifth in the group, one point shy of qualifying. They once again watched the main tournament from the stands.

During the offseason, the Kobalts participated in three events. Meepo finished in fifth during the Marble League 2018 Consolation Race. Despite this, the team failed to show promising results in the next two events. Azure failed to finish the 100 Meter Water Race. The team then failed to make it out of their heat in the Amazing Maze Marble Race. To add insult to injury, their bid to host Marble League 2019 failed.[3]

2019

The Kobalts once again tried to qualify in the Marble League 2019 Qualifiers. Once again, they did not impress, with only one finish in the top half of the results, a ninth place finish in Event 2, Block Pushing. The team finished in 16th, failing to qualify for the third year in a row. Fans had accepted the circumstances before Marble League 2017, but questions were being asked about why they had failed to work together after this.

It was reported that the Kobalts wouldn't be attending Marble League 2019, and would instead be attending a Marbles & Monoliths convention in Elsham. Before they set off, they heard of the Marble League Showdown. The friends had already booked their tickets, and so they went to the convention anyway, successfully remaining undercover. After it was over, they returned to Zuro to start training. Some fans questioned their decision to go to a convention, but Gnome defended by saying the team deserved a break.

The Kobalts returned to the Seven Seas Stadium for the Marble League Showdown 2019. The team had a decent start to the tournament, with Azure coming fifth in the first event, the Sand Rally. Unfortunately, the team faltered in Collision, finishing in 11th. The team dropped to tenth overall. Meepo could not turns things around in the third event, the Funnel Race, where they finished eighth. The team were hoping to get a good result in the final event, Balancing, only to get a mediocre fifth-place finish in the event. Staying in tenth overall, the Kobalts would yet again not be able to qualify, missing out on the Marble League 2020 Qualifiers.

The Kobalts returned to Zuro for a long, quiet offseason. Team coach Sapphire, while giving a tour of the team's stadium, the Cobalt Circuit, stated that the team have heart, but were heartbroken at their most recent results. They also claimed that one of the reasons for their failure was inadequate funding, although the Kobalts were not among the teams that retired at the end of 2018. Azure, on the other hand, assured that things would get better for the team in the upcoming Marble League Showdown 2020.[3]

2020

Marble League Showdown 2020

In June 2020, reporter Stynth travelled to Zuro to interview the Kobalts prior to Marble League Showdown 2020. Dodger greeted the reporter and shared that following Marble League Showdown 2019, they had purchased the team to save them from falling into bankruptcy. During this time, the Kobalt's home stadium, the Cobalt Circuit, was in the process of being renovated. Azure led Stynth on a tour of the stadium while sharing their (and the rest of the team's) anxieties about returning to compete in the Showdown.[1]

Despite being stuck in the Showdown again, the the team did not feel down, instead being determined to demonstrate their desire to once again compete in the Marble League. The Kobalts started off the Showdown in familiar positions with a fifth and sixth in the first two events, the Relay Run and Halfpipe respectively, putting them in sixth overall. The next event, the Black Hole Funnel, is where the team's fortunes started to improve. The leaders at the time, the Jungle Jumpers, finished last in the Black Hole Funnel, opening the door for another team to take their place. Cerulean and Royal dominated the event, winning gold, their first medal since 2016, putting the Kobalts into second overall as well as securing a spot in the Marble League 2021 Qualifiers. In the Sand Mogul Race, Azure qualified for the finals by finishing second in their heat, qualifying for the final in the Wild Card spot. In the final, Azure took the lead away early, and never looked back, winning the team's second consecutive gold medal. The Kobalts had won the Marble League Showdown.

To celebrate their victory, the team partnered with the Minty Maniacs to sell baked goods to raise money for charity with Cerulean taking charge. They stated that it was wonderful to give back to those in needs. The teams managed to raise enough money to feed over one thousand marbles across Zuro and Herbotamia. They would later host similar events to raise money for charity.[3]

Marbula One Season 2

In September, the Kobalts agreed to participate in season 2 of Marbula One, with Azure "Brilliant Blue" and Cerulean "Natural 27" representing them. The team applied to host a race at their track, the Electron Expressway, but it wasn't built in time and the Grand Prix spot was given to the Jungle Jumpers at the Raceforest.

The first half of the season saw a sharp contrast in the two athletes' performances. Cerulean surprised everyone by scoring points in all three of their Grands Prix in the first half, including a bronze medal at the Aquamaring Grand Prix and setting fastest lap at the Arctic Circuit, putting them into seventh overall in the individual standings. Azure, on the other hand, failed to qualify for all three races they participated in, putting them in dead last in the individual standings. The Kobalts concluded the first half of the season in tenth.

The Kobalts were invited to the Marble League Winter Special but Dodger had already organised an exclusive Marbles & Monoliths conference in Zuro so the team declined the offer. The team also found time to have interviews with fans, thanking them for their support.[3]

2021

Marbula One Season 2

Azure managed to improve from their first half by qualifying for their next two races, finishing seventh and sixth at the Raceforest and Palette Park respectively. However, they once again did not qualify at the Savage Speedway. Cerulean managed to have a solid second half of the season despite one poor race at the Momotorway. They were able to get two top five finishes in their final two races. The former, at Misty Mountain, saw Cerulean lead for most of the race being the red flag after Bumble crashed into Cerulean on turn six, coming to a stop. Cerulean was shaken by the incident and fell to fifth after the restart. The latter saw Cerulean get their first pole position at Midnight Bay, eventually finishing in second place. This was enough for the team to finish in eighth overall. In the individual championship, Cerulean placed sixth, while Azure placed 35th.

The team returned to Zuro for the offseason where they were greeted by an excited Dodger. Dodger announced that the team would be hosting a fundraiser to help support residents of Zuro. The team had previously had financial difficulties so wanted to give back to others in need. The team raised funds every day, seeing this as a form of training for the Marble League, rolling along movable balance beams and riding around on hoverboards to practice balancing.[3]

Marble League 2021

Azure was sent to participate in the Marble League 2021 Practice Race, finishing in 20th. Azure was content with their performance, claiming they were saving their energy for the Marble League 2021 Qualifiers.[3]

The Kobalts was seeded into Group B for the Marble League 2021 Qualifiers. The team had a strong start to the Qualifiers, finishing fourth in the first and last event, the Wave. However, the team performed poorly in the next two events, finishing in the bottom three, dropping them to tenth overall. Azure was able to improve on their Practice Race performance in the final event, the Sand Rally, ending in a photo finish with Bonbon of the Chocolatiers. Unfortunately, they lost to them, finishing in fourth. This took the team to eighth overall, just missing out on qualifying for Marble League 2021. If Azure had edged out Bonbon then they would qualified.

The Kobalts once again returned for the Marble League Showdown 2021. They started out with a second place in 5 Meter Sprint, courtesy of Meepo, who won their first individual medal. Gnome followed this up with a gold medal in the next event, Funnel Endurance, also their first individual medal, taking their team into first overall. Despite a tenth place finish in the 5 Meter Relay, a third medal, another silver, in Block Pushing kept them in first overall at the end of the first half.

The second half of the Showdown wasn't as impressive as the first half with the Kobalts having two bottom half finishes. The team returned to form in Event 7 with Azure's second Sand Mogul Race medal, a bronze medal. A final sixth place by Cerulean in Marblocross kept the team in first overall, winning the Kobalts their second consecutive Marble League Showdown.

2022

Marbula One Season 3

Having won the Showdown for the second time in a row, the Kobalts were invited to participate in Marbula One Season 3, which they accepted. Cerulean was retained from the previous season, whereas Azure got replaced by Royal. Their start to the season at the Tumult Turnpike Grand Prix was disappointing, as Cerulean could only manage an 18th place in qualifying and went on to finish the race in dead last. However, Royal made up for this at their debut in the Sleet Street Grand Prix where they finished in sixth after qualifying in 12th. At the Misty Mountain Grand Prix, Cerulean made up for their bad start, finishing fourth, improving on their fifth place finish from the previous season. Royal secured the team's first pole position of the season at the O'raceway Grand Prix. They were part of the front pack throughout the entire race, and eventually finished fourth.

Marble League 2016

Main article: Marble League 2016
Event Participant Final Result Place Points Overall Standing
Balancing All 268 cm 6th 2 6th
Relay Race All 24.62 sec. 14th 1 10th
Collision All Heat Loss 12th 0 12th
Sand Rally Cerulean 0:59.75 15th 0 13th
Long Jump Royal 92.3 cm 5th 3 11th
Water Race Azure 1:18.60 2nd 7 8th
High Jump Cerulean X 13th 0 10th
10 Meter Sprint Dodger 5.182 sec. 9th 0 10th
Team Pursuit All 26.64 sec. 14th 0 12th
Precision Slalom All 42 pts 2nd 7 9th
Quartet Diving All 25.68 pts 14th 0 9th
Hurdles Dodger 5.76 sec. 13th 0 9th

Marble League 2017

Main article: Marble League 2017

Qualifiers

The Kobalts failed to qualify for Marble League 2017.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Relay Race All 11.58 sec. 13th 0 13th
Sand Race Meepo 27.68 sec. 14th 0 16th
Block Pushing All 69.4 cm 2nd 12 10th
Funnel Spin Cerulean 0:44.91 12th 1 13th

Marble League 2018

Main article: Marble League 2018

Qualifiers

The Kobalts failed to qualify for Marble League 2018. They competed in Group B.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Curling All First Round Loss 6th 3 6th
Snow Race Meepo 24.46 sec. 6th 3 7th
5 Meter Ice Dash Azure 4.94 sec. 3rd 6 7th
Halfpipe All 39.36 sec. 2nd 7 5th

Other 2018 Competitions

The Kobalts took part in three other competitions in 2018: the Marble League 2018 Consolation Race, the 100 Meter Water Race and the Amazing Maze Marble Race.

Event Participant Final Result Place
Marble League 2018 Consolation Race Meepo 45.39 sec. 5th
100 Meter Water Race Azure DNF 22nd
Amazing Maze Marble Race All 34 pts 12th

Marble League 2019

Main article: Marble League 2019

Kobalts' original logo for the 2019 season, designed by Hersh.

Qualifiers

The Kobalts failed to qualify for Marble League 2019.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Funnel Race Meepo 0:50.50 18th 1 18th
Block Pushing All 102.7 cm 9th 10 16th
Relay Race All 10.74 sec. 14th 5 16th
Underwater Race Azure (C) 29.84 sec. 12th 7 16th

Marble League Showdown 2019

Main article: Marble League Showdown 2019

The Kobalts failed to qualify for the Marble League 2020 Qualifiers.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Sand Rally Azure (C) 2:14.81 5th 7 5th
Collision All Heat Loss 11th 1 10th
Funnel Race Meepo 1:24.86 8th 4 10th
Balancing All 345 cm 5th 7 10th

Marble League Showdown 2020

Main article: Marble League Showdown 2020

The Kobalts qualified for the Marble League 2021 Qualifiers.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Relay Run All 8.761 sec. 5th 7 5th
Halfpipe All 56.98 sec. 6th 6 6th
Black Hole Funnel Cerulean & Royal (R) 100.85 sec. 1st 20 2nd
Sand Mogul Race Azure (C) 8.075 sec. 1st 20 1st

Marbula One Season 2

Main article: Marbula One Season 2

The Kobalts took part in Marbula One Season 2, represented by Azure and Cerulean. Although Azure had gotten a pair of solid finishes in the top half, they had four DNQ's and could not score for those races. Their teammate, Cerulean, had a very good season, and almost always would do something noteworthy, and were one of two marbles to score in every race this season. The Kobalts finished in 8th overall in the team standings. In the individual standings, Azure and Cerulean finished 35th and 6th respectively.

Season Entrant MNT ORA BEE OCE BOC SNO JMP MOM PRM HAZ SAV MNW Points Total
S2 Azure DNQ DNQ DNQ 7th 6th DNQ 35th (18) 8th (84)
Cerulean 6th 3rd 9th 12th 5th 2nd 6th (66)
Grand Prix Participant Qualifying
Position
Time Place Points Overall
Standing
Azure
Standing
Cerulean
Standing
Minty Mania Azure P18 - - 0 18th 18th -
O'raceway Cerulean P7 8:41.67 6th 10 9th 35th 11th
Honeydome Azure P19 - - 0 13th 37th 15th
Aquamaring Cerulean P5 8:09.82 3rd 16 8th 39th 6th
Tumult Turnpike Azure P20 - - 0 9th 40th 10th
Arctic Circuit Cerulean P11 8:12.89 9th 5* 10th 40th 7th
Raceforest Azure P10 8:34.70 7th 8 9th 31st 8th
Momotorway Cerulean P14 8:04.54 12th 1 14th 33rd 13th
Palette Park Azure P12 6:30.08 6th 10 12th 30th 15th
Misty Mountain Cerulean P3 8:00.12 5th 13* 9th 30th 11th
Savage Speedway Azure P17 - - 0 9th 33rd 11th
Midnight Bay Cerulean P1 7:53.22 2nd 21** 8th 35th 6th

*Cerulean set the fastest lap, earning them 1 extra point.
**Cerulean qualified for pole position, earning them 1 extra point.

2020/21 Offseason

Event Participant Final Result Place
Marble League 2021 Practice Race Azure 3:07.50 20th

Marble League 2021

Main article: Marble League 2021

Qualifiers

The Kobalts competed in Group B. Despite getting two top four finishes, including a third place in the Sand Rally, they failed to qualify for Marble League 2021.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Wave All 31 pts 4th 8 4th
Funnel Endurance Royal 1:42.39 11th 1 8th
5 Meter Relay All 9.031 sec. 10th 2 10th
Sand Rally Azure (C) 1:44.84 3rd 10 8th

Marble League Showdown 2021

Main article: Marble League Showdown 2021
Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
5 Meter Sprint Meepo (R) 5.779 sec. 2nd 12 2nd
Funnel Endurance Gnome 2:17.68 1st 15 1st
5 Meter Relay All 8.868 sec. 10th 2 1st
Block Pushing All 170.30 cm 2nd 12 1st
Triathlon Royal 25.56 sec. 10th 2 1st
Diving All 7.72 pts. 7th 5 1st
Sand Mogul Race Azure (C) 52.42 sec. 3rd 10 1st
Marblocross Cerulean 4:23.48 6th 6 1st

Marbula One Season 3

Main article: Marbula One Season 3

The Kobalts currently take part in Marbula One Season 3, represented by Royal and Cerulean.

Season Entrant BOC GLI HAZ ORA MYL BEE MOM Points Total
S3 Royal 6th 4th 1st 4th (56)* 3rd (84)*
Cerulean 20th 4th 5th 12th (28)*

* Season still in progress

Grand Prix Participant Qualifying
Position
Time Place Points Overall
Standing
Royal
Standing
Cerulean
Standing
Tumult Turnpike Cerulean P18 7:56.48 20th 0 20th - 20th
Sleet Street Royal P12 7:24.82 6th 10 14th 12th 39th
Misty Mountain Cerulean P7 6:50.64 4th 15 9th 16th 12th
O'raceway Royal P1 7:46.96 4th 18* 5th 7th 18th
Mellow Meadows Cerulean P3 7:23.67 5th 13** 4th 9th 8th
Honeydome Royal P2 7:13.61 1st 28*** **** 3rd 4th 12th

* 3 bonus points for qualifying in pole position.
** 1 bonus point for qualifying third.
*** 2 bonus points for qualifying second.
**** 1 bonus point for fastest lap.

Results

Marble League

Year Events Medals Result Points
G S B Tot.
2016 12 0 2 0 2 9th 20
2017 Did not qualify
2018 Did not qualify
2019 Did not qualify
2020 Did not qualify
2021 Did not qualify
Total 12 0 2 0 2 - 20

Marble League Showdown

Year Events Medals Result Points
G S B Tot.
2019 4 0 0 0 0 10th 19
2020 4 2 0 0 2 1st 53
2021 8 1 2 1 4 1st 64
Total 16 3 2 1 6 - 136

Marbula One

Season Grands
Prix
Medals Result Points
G S B Tot.
S2 12 0 1 1 2 8th 84
Total 12 0 1 1 2 - 84

Career Events

# Events 1st 2nd 3rd Total
Podiums
2016 12 0 2 0 2
2017 8 0 2 1 3
2018 3 0 0 0 0
2019 8 0 0 0 0
2020 10 2 0 1 3
2021 19 1 3 2 6
Total 60 3 7 4 14

Team Members' Individual Scores

Marble League

Marble Competed in Individual events
participated in
Medals Won Total Individual Points
Azure Marble League 2016 Water Race (2016) 0 gold medals
1 silver medal
0 bronze medals
7 pts
Cerulean Marble League 2016 Sand Rally (2016)
High Jump (2016)
0 gold medals
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
0 pts
Dodger Marble League 2016 10 Meter Sprint (2016)
Hurdles (2016)
0 gold medals
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
0 pts
Royal Marble League 2016 Long Jump (2016) 0 gold medals
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
3 pts

Marble League Showdown

Marble Competed in Individual events
participated in
Medals Won Total Individual Points
Azure Marble League Showdown 2019
Marble League Showdown 2020
Marble League Showdown 2021
Sand Rally (2019)
Sand Mogul Race (2020)
Sand Mogul Race (2021)
1 gold medal
0 silver medals
1 bronze medal
37 pts
Cerulean Marble League Showdown 2019
Marble League Showdown 2020
Marble League Showdown 2021
Black Hole Funnel (2020)
Marblocross (2021)
1 gold medal
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
26 pts
Gnome Marble League Showdown 2019
Marble League Showdown 2020
Marble League Showdown 2021
Funnel Endurance (2021) 1 gold medal
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
15 pts
Meepo Marble League Showdown 2019
Marble League Showdown 2020
Marble League Showdown 2021
Funnel Race (2019)
5 Meter Sprint (2021)
0 gold medals
1 silver medal
0 bronze medals
16 pts
Royal Marble League Showdown 2019
Marble League Showdown 2020
Marble League Showdown 2021
Black Hole Funnel (2020)
Triathlon (2021)
1 gold medal
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
22 pts

Marbula One

Teammate Competed In Races Participated In Medals Won Total Individual Points
Azure Marbula One S2 Minty Mania GP (S2)
Honeydome GP (S2)
Tumult Turnpike GP (S2)
Raceforest GP (S2)
Palette Park GP (S2)
Savage Speedway GP (S2)
0 gold medals
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
18 pts
Cerulean Marbula One S2

Marbula One S3

O'raceway GP (S2)
Aquamaring GP (S2)
Arctic Circuit GP (S2)
Momotorway GP (S2)
Misty Mountain GP (S2)
Midnight Bay GP (S2)
Tumult Turnpike GP (S3)
Misty Mountain GP (S3)
Mellow Meadows GP (S3)
0 gold medals
1 silver medal
1 bronze medal
94 pts
Royal Marbula One S3 Sleet Street GP (S3)
O'raceway GP (S3)
Honeydome GP (S3)
1 gold medal
0 silver medals
0 bronze medals
56 pts

Gallery

Trivia

  • The Kobalts are one of four teams who have yet to qualify for a Marble League through a qualifier. The others are the Solar Flares, the Snowballs, and the Turtle Sliders.
    • The Kobalts are the only team from the first Marble League to have yet to appear in any other edition.
  • The logo for the Kobalts includes 26 white dots on the rings surrounding the dark blue inner circle. These white dots represent the electrons of the cobalt element (Co).
    • That said, the badge should actually include a 27th electron in order for the cobalt atom to be balanced. The badge instead represents a cobalt cation, or a positively charged cobalt ion. The designer of the badge, Tim Ritz, states that the extra electron was omitted in order to make room for the "JMR" lettering that appears in every other ML team badge.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Stynth (8th August 2020). Offseason Moments – ML2020 Showdown. Marble Sports.
  2. LittleMighty_ (25th February 2019). Captains voting results!. Reddit.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Stynth, The Emperor (20th August 2021). RetRollSpective – Kobalts. Project Marblearth.
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