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Odus is an owl who used to help the player in Dreamworld. Odus was the owl that carried Tiffi off to Dreamworld whenever Tiffi went to sleep as he believed that she needed a break from helping people. Odus balanced on the moon scale during Dreamworld gameplay. Although he is an owl, he fell off the moon scale if the player matched too many of a certain candy type, failing the level.

On May 17, 2017, Dreamworld was discontinued from the game. He first appears as a cameo in Episode 64, the first episode released after the final episode of Dreamworld.


Odus has a violet-theme colour body, which matches the night sky. He has a very three-dimensional look, even though he is just animated artwork. His eyebrows resemble purple striped candy canes, and his wings are a bit small. If you look closely when he is in a nervous state, you can see that his feet and wings are not connected to his body.

During moon struck, he was seen flying into the middle of the board (where a moon appears), turning into a silhouette, and then blowing up the colour matching the left side of the moon scale in a five-coloured level, or both colours on the moon scale in a six-coloured level.

He appears on nightmarishly hard levels.


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There were two random coloured candies on either side of the moon scale that Odus sat on. The candies of the two colours on the moon scale must be balanced to prevent it from leaning too far over on one side, and eventually completely tipping over the scale that can cause Odus to fall off. If too many candies of a particular colour on the moon scale were cleared without the other colour balancing it, Odus fell off and you fail the level. The more the scale leaned to one side, the more worried Odus becomes in fear of falling off the scale. On mobile devices, if the moon scale completely tipped over, Odus looked down at the bottom, had an elongated body, and fell, covering his eyes with his wings, resulting in a failure of that level. On web version, he seemed to just jump down from the moon scale.

Sometimes, as always in the game, a single switch could escalate into a large cascade. If this happened in Dreamworld when moon struck was not activated or if the level objective was not completed, too many of one colour could be collected in the cascade and through no fault of your own, cause a life to be lost. Odus also made the use of special candies risky in general (especially colour bombs), as special candies generally resulted in a large amount of candies being cleared, which could again triggered Odus to fall. "Divine!" cascades are also dangerous.

Because of this, Odus had become one of the most hated elements and the most hated character in the game. Ultimately, Dreamworld was removed due to player feedback.

Episode appearance[]

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Gender Male
First appearance Sleepy-Slopes.png
Problem Banana Beach: Nobody is windsurfing with the lonely Owl.
Solution Banana Beach: Tiffi attaches Odus's surfboard to her boat so he can now go windsurfing.
Full list of appearances Dreamworld:

Minty Meadow


Other than being the main element in Dreamworld, Odus also appears in the story of many higher episodes.


Dreamworld is now discontinued. Odus now appears only in Reality

  • Sleepy Slopes (main): He introduced Tiffi (and the player) to Dreamworld.
  • Sweet Dreams: In a party with Tiffi and Bubblegum Troll, he was dancing above the cake.
  • Dozy Dawn (special): Tiffi woke up and he was surprised and falls off the tree. After Tiffi walks away, he quietly left.


After the release of Dozy Dawn, he starts to appear in Reality as cameo characters, often hiding somewhere in the scene. He even makes three main episode appearances in Reality.

  • Minty Meadow (Episode 64) (minor cameo): He is hiding behind a tree at the right side.
  • Cookie Crossing (minor cameo): He is hiding behind the trees at the left side.
  • Soda Swamp (Episode 66) (minor cameo): His silhouette is on a tree far away.
  • Candy Clouds (Episode 67) (minor cameo): He is watching from the middle window of castle.
  • Caramel Keep (minor cameo): He is watching from inside the castle gate.
  • Tasty Treasury (minor cameo): He is watching from outside the window.
  • Luscious Lagoon (minor cameo): He is swimming at the left of ship.
  • Mellow Marshmallow (minor cameo): His silhouette is on the mountains far away.
  • Siberian Sorbet (minor cameo): He is hiding behind the ice-cream post.
  • Cloudberry Creek (minor cameo): He is hiding behind a tree at the right side.
  • Bubblegum Hut (minor cameo): He is seen behind a bubble made by Stella (he may have been trapped inside).
  • Pastry Palace (minor cameo): He is surprised upon watching Tiffi and the Princess.
  • Raspberry Races (minor cameo): He is hiding behind Tiffi's car.
  • Teapot Tower (minor cameo): He is hiding behind a tree at the left side.
  • Barking Boutique (minor cameo): He is locked up in a cage above.
  • Banana Beach (main): He is the episode character, who windsurfs with Tiffi's boat.
  • Snack Shack (minor cameo): His silhouette is seen above a temple gateway far away.
  • Fungi Forest (minor cameo): He is watching from behind a tree at the left side.
  • Syrupy Circus (minor cameo): His silhouette is seen among the audiences.
  • Peppermint Party (main): He appears to celebrate New Year's Day!
  • Flavor Field (minor cameo): He is hiding behind the background and being a referee for a soccer (Football for Europeans) match.
  • Biscuit Bay (minor cameo): He seems to have crashed into Allen's UFO.
  • Taffy Treetops (main): He is happy that Tiffi fixed his house, which had a leak on his roof.
  • Soda Surf (minor cameo): He hides between two lollipops on soda.
  • Cavity Cave (minor cameo): He hides in the chocolate cave.
  • Tricky Tracks (minor cameo): He appears as a ghost in the background.
  • Glittery Grove (main): He is happy that even the moon is not yet out, Tiffi had an idea that she turns on a gigantic bulb that serves as a placeholder for the moon.
  • He also appears in the April Fool's Day (2020) episode, Fantastic Forest.


  • People had been confused by the gender of Odus for months. It is now confirmed that Odus is a male owl.
  • He was present in every Dreamworld level except the pre-buff level 277 and original level 440. His last Dreamworld appearance was level 665, the last Dreamworld level.
  • Obviously, Odus did not say the words "Moon Struck". It is in fact, Mr. Toffee, who says it. See more at Voice.
    • However, Odus did make some noise in web version, when he worried, panicked, fell down, or was about to release a moon struck.
  • After the player successfully completed the objectives of a Dreamworld level, Odus would dance happily on the moon scale. On web version, he flapped his wings. On mobile devices, he jumped on the moon scale.
  • Although Odus is the most hated character in the game, it was not Odus that made you lose. It was the moon scale that did so, but since Odus is the character associated with the moon scale, he is hated equally. However, Odus made the choice to go on the moon in the first place, so the hate for Odus is not unwarranted. It could be the moon scale's fault that it tipped Odus, but Odus actually set himself up for it.
  • It is unknown if Odus really has the ability to fly. He was seen flying during moonstruck, but this was really strange, as Odus does not fly when he was about to fall.
    • On mobile version, after completing all Dreamworld levels, he was flying above a box of boosters.
    • According to story of Luscious Lagoon, he has the ability to swim.
  • There is some inconsistency in terms of the colour of the holders that Odus has. In Sleepy Slopes, Odus had gold colour holders but in Sweet Dreams, the official website and when Odus fell over, Odus had green holders.
  • In an old mobile version, Odus might fall down even before Jelly Fishes or Coconut Wheels finish their process. In rare cases this would result in a Game Over even if you have fulfilled other targets. This was fixed in later versions that Odus would only fall after all processes.
    • As of mobile 1.52.2, Odus may fall down right after a cake bomb goes off and before candies settle. This was fixed in
  • Odus would drop feathers when he fell down. This was always visible in web version, however in mobile version, it was only visible due to glitches which caused longer animation when he fell down.
  • In a candy order level of mobile version, if you collected the order(s) but did not get the required score for one star (can be done by using boosters), Odus would not dance even if Sugar Crush made enough points for one star. This would lead to an odd situation where you cleared the stage while Odus kept panicking. However, in other level types, Odus would dance as soon as you fulfilled the task (of clearing all jellies, or collecting all ingredients) regardless of your score. The web version probably worked differently, since completing the objective (jelly or ingredient) without enough score will still result in a failure.
  • On web version, if you were going to fail any Dreamworld level, the icon on the continue screen would always be a falling Odus, even if he did not actually fall down (i.e. a candy bomb reads 0). On mobile version however, his falling icon only appeared if it was really his fault.
  • He also appears in one of the events in Candy Crush Jelly Saga.
  • He is the one of the few characters that appears in all released Candy Crush series.
  • In Candy Crush Friends Saga, he makes another appearance as one of the protagonists and gets a re-design.
  • As of now, he hasn't appeared on an HTML5-exclusive episode with map textures.
  • He is among eight characters chosen for Pairs Skating in the 2022 Ice Cream Games, where he leads and is paired with the dragon Denize. According to a brief trailer for the event, one of his skating techniques includes sliding along her long spine.