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Roblox Classic Head

This is a classic Roblox head.

Heads are items in the Roblox avatar shop that change the initial shape of a player's head. There were a total of 16 heads, none of them being limited or limited unique.

History of Heads

Most heads were released on December 17, 2008, with the exceptions of the "Fat Head", "Peabrain", and "Diamond", which were released February 1, 2009.

Due to the unpopularity of the original heads back in 2008 to 2009, Roblox stopped making separate heads for a while until January 2017, when they started making separate heads again that are all suited to be able to wear hats on them.

On January 16, 2017, all heads, except the Roundy, Trim and Blockhead, were taken off-sale. This resulted in the community being disappointed and strongly disliking the change because the Peabrain was highly liked by the community. However, 5 new heads were released, and those 5 heads are currently on-sale. 

When Rthro was released on October 22, 2018, Roblox started making new heads to be bundled with Rthro. These heads can often be found used in meme/troll avatars due to how small and out of place they look when equipped onto most non-Rthro bundles or the default body. They are often paired with other meme items such as the BFG Giant Ears as well as both the Chill and 3.0 Man and Woman faces.

List of heads

This is a list of all Roblox heads excluding heads which were created specifically for bundles (besides the Headless Head and iBot Head).

  1. '.
  2. . (Head)
  3. . (Head2)
  4. Barrel
  5. Blockhead
  6. Cheeks
  7. Chiseled
  8. Cool Thing
  9. Cylinder Madness
  10. Diamond
  11. Eraser Head
  12. Fat Head
  13. Flat Top
  14. Head (item)
  15. Headless Head
  16. Hex
  17. IBot Head
  18. Narrow
  19. Octoblox
  20. Paragon
  21. Peabrain
  22. Perfection
  23. ROX BOX
  24. Roll
  25. Roundy
  26. Strong Jaw
  27. Trim

Files

There are 17 different types of mesh files inside of the Roblox local fonts file, which contains every mesh of these heads, including the normal Head, Roundy, Trim and Blockhead, the off-sale catalog heads which do not use a special mesh ID, but use Bevels which were removed. These are now seen as identical cylinder meshes and normally break when the humanoid is removed, however the mesh files do not break as they are special meshes.

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