Dubstep is the given name of a Black Puffle who debuted in the video Dubstep Puffle. He is a Black Puffle and, as his name suggests, likes Dubstep music particularly. He appears in random places in throughout the video. He parodies a lot of internet memes, such as Badgers, Advice Animals and (De) Motivational Posters. Most of the time throughout the video, he is seen slowly bobbing his head up and down.
In the Club Penguin Animated Shorts Series
As seen on
the video, he has a special dance animation. Instead of turning into a tornado like a normal black puffle, he does his signature head bob.
This makes him the second famous black puffle to have a special dance animation, the first one being Flare.
Dubstep is also known as a type of music, edited to sound like a low bass, which is why when Dubstep dances with his penguin owner he bobs his head. He is seen dancing at the Rooftop in
The Party Starts Now. On July 5, 2012, Dubstep appeared floating with balloons at the
Dock, Beach and Ski Hill with his theme music every 10 minutes. There is a
Dubstep Puffle T-Shirt and Dub-step Puffle Pin. Dubstep appeared in certain places such as the
Dance Club, Snow Forts and Town Center, during the Make Your Mark: Ultimate Jam when there were 10 or more dancing penguins. He would appear above, beside, or below the glow-in-the-dark Dubstep puffle sign in each of the rooms. His theme song could be heard at the
Dance Club during the Make Your Mark: Ultimate Jam. There is an unlockable shirt dedicated to him, the
Dubstep Puffle T-Shirt. He appeared on top of the
Limo at the Hollywood Party, and also appeared on the turntables inside it.
Polo Field inherited Dubstep as his puffle on April 3, 2013 due to Businesmoose leaving the game. He appeared on a
Login Screen for the Teen Beach Movie Summer Jam. He auditioned for the
Muppets World Tour. He could be seen on the
Puffle Party 2014 Login Screen, near the cave on the right side. He was a judge at
SoundStudio Party, along with Cadence, Glitterpants and Dot. In SoundStudio, he appears on a "one-shot" icon in the dubstep genre.
Dubstep seen at the
Dubstep Puffle Background
Businesmoose's igloo, where the real Dubstep used to live (Dubstep is his puffle). Note: If you look under the computer and next to the recycle bin to the right of the igloo, you can see Dubstep
Another picture of the real Dubstep
Dubstep puffles seen in the Gotta Have a Wingman Remix by
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