|“||We’re tired of being something we’re not. Most of all, we’re tired of you.||„|
|~ Blag and the other wildebeest turning against Kazar|
Blag is the secondary antagonist turned supporting protagonist in Disney's 2006 CGI film, The Wild. He was one of Kazar's former henchmen who reluctantly assisted his boss in his goal to ascend to the top of the food chain.
Blag is also the main target for Kazar to abuse due to his clumsiness and wishes to remain a herbivore like how nature wanted it.
He is voiced by Patrick Warburton, who also voiced Kronk.
Blag and several other wildebeests capture Nigel the koala, Bridget the giraffe, and Larry the snake and imprison them inside their base, an active volcano. While Brigette and Larry are thrown into “prison”, Nigel instead is worshiped as being the wildebeests’ god, as a toy koala saved them from certain death. Kazar sends Blag as the leader of a squad to capture the lions and bring them to him.
Under Kazar's orders, Blag manages to capture Ryan, while the other wildebeests push Samson off a cliff (but he survives). Despite bringing Ryan to the lair, Kazar punishes Blag for failing to bring Samson along and almost killing his fresh meal. Near the end of the film, when Kazar orders his henchmen to finish Samson and Ryan off, Blag defies Kazar by saying that he and the other wildebeests are tired of pretending to be something they're not. Kazar is then left to perish inside the volcano while Blag, the other wildebeests, and the zoo animals escape. Blag is last seen on the ship where he begins a dance-off, to which all the animals join in.