Orangin is the former reserve member of the O'rangers Marble League team. Alongside Clementin, Kinnowin, Mandarin and Tangerin, they are from the O'Marbles family, who run an orange farm close to the city of Orlango.
Orangin is widely considered as a great Marbula One athlete as they surprised the fanbase by producing great results by getting two podiums in Season 1 and finished 5th out of 32 compettitors. They also did well in Marble League as Orangin clinched a medal in Marble League 2020. As a result, Orangin was widely considered as one of the best reserves in the whole Marble League.
They would become a full-time first-team member in 2021, with Tangerin taking their reserve spot.
Orangin joined the team as the reserve in 2018. The year started with the Friendly Round, where the O'rangers came in third. But that didn't matter much as the team emerged as the most consistent of all competing teams in Marble League 2018, finishing within the top half in ten out of the twelve events. In the first nine events, they only scored a bottom half finish once in Event 3, Halfpipe. Just like the previous year, the team used the strategy of conserving their energy. They eventually claimed their only medal of the season, a silver, in Event 10, Biathlon, taking them to 2nd place overall.
Orangin participated in the next event, Ice Hockey alongside the team and the team managed to qualify for the quarter-finals, where they lost to Savage Speeders in a tie-breaker and dropped to 3rd, just four points behind the leader Oceanics.
Unfortunately, the O'rangers could not keep it up in the final event, Sand Mogul Race. The team still had a chance of winning the League, but Kinnowin came in third in their heat and was thus eliminated. The team dropped to 4th overall at the end of Marble League 2018 and were nine points behind the Oceanics, seemingly missing out on pre-qualifying for Marble League 2019, despite their consistency throughout the season.
The O'rangers, along with their new coach Rango, arrived at the Seven Seas Stadium for the Friendly Round before Marble League 2019. Orangin performed poorly in the first event, Funnel Race. However, the team were able to win two of the events, namely Block Pushing and Underwater Race. This put the team in second place, just one point behind the Oceanics. Hoeever, the team performed poorly as they were last in the standings after two events. Orangin then made their first individual appearance in 5 Meter Sprint and set the fastest time of all competitiors in the heats, but Orangin lost momentum and placed last in semi-finals, placing 8th in this event. However, in Event 6, Relay Run, the team earned a silver medal after beating the Pinkies in a tiebreaker race-off in the semifinals, moving the team up to 9th overall.
The team continued to drop since then and a disappointing eleventh place finish in Surfing confirmed the O'rangers would no longer be able to finish in the top three. The next event was Collision, where the team admittedly had never got past the quarterfinals. However, they impressed the fans by winning the event, earning their first gold medal since 2017. The team jumped to 7th place overall. Along with this gold medal, Kinnowin was able to get 4th in the final event and the team finished 6th this year. Through the struggles, the team had grown even stronger. While training for the Marble League 2020 Qualifiers, the O'rangers received an invitation to participate in Marbula One Season 1. Interested, they accepted it, and chose Clementin, "Our Darling", and Orangin, "True Orange", to represent them. The O'rangers quickly became a much-favored champion candidate in Marbula One as the fans believed that their strong overall performance in Marble League could be extended here.
Marbula One Season 1
In fact, Clementin was able to prove the O'rangers' status as a championship candidate by getting the pole position in their debut at the Savage Speedway Grand Prix. However, during the race, they hit an attenuator and fell behind, finishing in sixth. Orangin made their debut at home at the O'raceway Grand Prix. Unfortunately, they qualified in 15th and finished the race in 14th, leading fans to blame this on the Host's Curse. But Orangin fought back in the next Grand Prix, placing 2nd in qualifying and finished in 8th. Greenstone Grand Prix was even better. Orangin got 2nd in qualifying again and led nearly the whole race, winning the Grand Prix and score 25 points. Orangin also managed to get second in the next GP, jumping to 5th in the individual standings. Clementin wasn't able to score enough points and the team finished 3rd eventually.
Marble League 2020
The O'rangers held their same five members approaching Marble League 2020, and entered the Marble League qualifiers for the first time since 2017. At the beginning, they did terrible as they were just hovering above the line between qualifying and not qualifying. However, their form picked back up and eventually finishing 8th in the Qualifiers. The O'rangers started Marble League 2020 with a 10th place finish in Balancing. However, a 3-event long podium streak brought them to the top of the Marble League, surpassing the Minty Maniacs, who had the best start to a Marble League in history. Two back-to back bronze medals, including Orangin's bronze in Triathlon, sent them top of the Marble League, although a 12th place finish caused the O'rangers to drop to second with a 9 point gap between them and first place. But then, in the High Jump event, Mandarin won the event as their title contenders Savage Speeders finished last, causing the lead to be extended to 35 points.
But then, in the High Jump event, Mandarin won the event as their title contenders Savage Speeders finished last, causing the lead to be extended to 35 points.However, a terrible 11th place finish in the Team Aquathlon, losing out to the Oceanics, whom was notorious for their poor performance in water events, followed up by an abysmal 16th place finish in Collision, saw them dropping to 2nd, 5 points behind the now-leaders and bitter rivals, Savage Speeders. In the last event, Kinnowin is unable to successfully to assert control in the Marathon event, and they lost out to the Savage Speeders by 7 points, finishing in 2nd.
Marbula One Season 2
After the Marble League ended, the O'rangers were invited to the second season of Marbula One. They accepted, and once again sent out Clementin and Orangin for the new season. The O'rangers had a torrid start to the season, as Clementin and Orangin both scored no points at their debuts in the season, and despite some decent performances, the O'rangers were stuffed at 16th in Marbula One, behind the likes of the Limers and Kobalts. But then, Clementin qualified at 3rd in the final Grand Prix in 2020, and proceeded to win a silver medal at the Arctic Circuit. Thanks to this, the O'rangers shoots themselves up to a more respectable 8th place to end the year.
During the offseason time, the O'rangers were invited to participate in Marble League Winter Special and they accepted. They had a slow start. Clementin delivered a 9th place finish in the opening event, the Ice Dash, but then the captain Kinnowin also failed to impress and got 7th in Snowboard Cross, dropping the team to 10th in the standings. Orangin only got 11th in Speed Skating, dropping the team to only 11th with two events to go. In the Bobsled coming up next, O'rangers managed to break the record set by Gliding Glaciers three years ago. The team jumped to 4th with only one event to go. In the final event, O'rangers met Pinkies in the round of 16 and beat them in the round of 16, and bet championship contender Minty Maniacs in the quarter-finals, and became the only team able to overtake the leader, Oceanics only if they get gold in this event. However things did not work out and they were beaten by Raspberry Racers in the semi-final. They faced Team Galactic in the Third-place Round and won, getting 3rd place in this event, jumping into 2nd place in the standings.
Marbula One Season 2
The team entered the second half of Marbula One Season 2 in 8th place, 8 points behind Team Galactic. However, things did not go well in the first Grand Prix in 2021, as Orangin qualified at 15th at the Raceforest. In the race, a 9th place finish was not enough, and the team dropped to 10th overall. Clementin qualified 10th in the following Grand Prix, but was able to climb to 4th and clinched 12 points. Orangin then qualified 5th in Palette Park Grand Prix. Despite dropping to the bottom pack at the start of the race, Orangin made a comeback and finished 7th. The team stayed at 9th with three races to go.
|2018||Marble League 2018||Ice Hockey||Team||5th||Quarterfinal Loss||11|
|2019||Marble League 2019 Friendly Round||Funnel Race||Individual||4th||1:08.67||1|
|Marble League 2019||5 Meter Sprint||Individual||8th||6.364 sec.||8|
|Hubelino Maze||Team||6th||49 pts||10|
|2020||Marbula One Season 1||O'raceway Grand Prix||Individual||14th||5:30.92||0|
|Hivedrive Grand Prix||Individual||8th||5:38.26||4|
|Greenstone Grand Prix||Individual||1st||6:00.16||25|
|Razzway Grand Prix||Individual||2nd||5:32.08||19*|
|Marble League 2020||Triathlon||Individual||3rd||32.60 sec.||15|
|5 Meter Sprint||Individual||10th||6.124 sec.||6|
|Relay Run||Team||2nd||8.403 sec.||20|
|Marbula One Season 2||O'raceway Grand Prix||Individual||15th||8:45.25||0|
|Aquamaring Grand Prix||Individual||10th||8:18.93||3|
|Tumult Turnpike Grand Prix||Individual||8th||7:52.43||6|
|2021||Marble League Winter Special||Speed Skating||Individual||11th||31.70 sec.||5|
|Ice Hockey||Team||3rd||3rd Place Match Winners||15|
|Marbula One Season 2||Raceforest Grand Prix||Individual||9th||8:36.33||4|
|Palette Park Grand Prix||Individual||7th||6:30.11||8|
|Midnight Bay Grand Prix||Individual||8th||7:59.72||6|
|Marble League 2021 Friendly Round||Wave||Team||1st||36 pts||5|
|5 Meter Relay||Team||3rd||8.870 sec.||2|
|Marble League 2021||Wave||Team||7th||28 pts||9|
|5 Meter Sprint||Individual||10th||6.014 sec.||6|
|5 Meter Relay||Team||8th||8.920 sec.||8|
|Block Pushing||Team||7th||156.45 cm||9|
|2022||Marbula One Season 3||Tumult Turnpike Grand Prix||Individual||1st||6:00.16||28**|
*Orangin set the fastest lap, thus earning them a bonus point
**Orangin won pole position, thus earning them three bonus points
Note: Events include any kind of individual & team events (friendly events, other tournaments etc.)
Individual Career Points
- Orangin was the fourth reserve to get an individual medal in Marble League (the first 3 were Mimo from Team Momo, Whizzy from the Savage Speeders, and Ruzzy from the Raspberry Racers). They are also the second reserve get a medal in both Marbula One and the Marble League.