We classify the functions f:ℕ^d → ℕ that are stably computable by leaderless, output-oblivious discrete (stochastic) Chemical Reaction Networks (CRNs). CRNs that compute such functions are systems of reactions over species that include d designated input species, whose initial counts represent an input x ∈ ℕ^d, and one output species whose eventual count represents f(x). Chen et al. showed that the class of functions computable by CRNs is precisely the semilinear functions. In output-oblivious CRNs, the output species is never a reactant. Output-oblivious CRNs are easily composable since a downstream CRN can consume the output of an upstream CRN without affecting its correctness. Severson et al. showed that output-oblivious CRNs compute exactly the subclass of semilinear functions that are eventually the minimum of quilt-affine functions, i.e., affine functions with different intercepts in each of finitely many congruence classes. They call such functions the output-oblivious functions. A leaderless CRN can compute only superadditive functions, and so a leaderless output-oblivious CRN can compute only superadditive, output-oblivious functions. In this work we show that a function f:ℕ^d → ℕ is stably computable by a leaderless, output-oblivious CRN if and only if it is superadditive and output-oblivious.