He is lean built and average height and weight for his age but is shown to have somewhat above average strength. He is mentioned being 12 in Kur Part 2, which means that he is at the stage of his life between a child and young adult. In Life in the Underground, he is able to blow two giant Kalabus away at the same time when his body and eyes are glowing orange while the others can hardly hold up against one.
He does not have his power anymore but it could be that his powers are weak to be used at the time after be nearly drain because he could not live without his cryptid counterpart.
He is the 17-year-old son of Doc and Drew Saturday who is eager to jump right away into every adventure. Though it is possible that he turned twelve in Life in the Underground, sense he was eleven during Kur Rising, and six months later he was twelve, so it is possible that Jay and his dad were simply rounding up to twelve since his birthday was so close. At the beginning of Kur Rising, a symbol that appears to be the letter "C" with a line connecting to a circle is shown on the Kur stone. In the episode Kur, Zak sees a vision of him controlling the cryptid army to overthrow humanity. Despite learning that he is Kur, Fiskerton continues to protect him, possibly guarding him from his own Kur instincts. In The Return of Tsul'Kalu it is revealed that he was responsible for the loss of his father's right eye, though it was unintentional, when he was very young and had accidentally destroyed a sacred sight. Although he has aged 2 years being 12 years old up to Kur Part 1-2, and 13 up to Life in the Underground, not much has changed about his appearance, although he has grown a bit taller.
As of War of the Cryptids he no longer has his Kur powers though it is unknown if this is temporary. In Target: Fiskerton it shows how much he and Fiskerton "Fisk" Saturday really care about each other. It's safe to say that he is rarely allowed to watch TV or use a computer because parents hate it whenever he watches Weird World. Munya is Argost's assistant who resembles actor Boris Karloff's interpretation of Frankenstein's monster and serves as the secondary antagonist of the series.
In his normal form he is already stronger than an ordinary person, but can also transform at will Munya in his normal form into an even greater monster. When Argost would not give up after being defeated in Antarctica, Munya wrapped him up in a cocoon and carried him away. In War of the Cryptids, he led Argost's attack on Paris with The Allegewi giant and an army of river sprites, to be confronted by Tsul Kalu, an army of Bunyips and the Fouke Monsters. Munya presumably spent the next five years secretly working with Animo behind the scenes until his master was finally revived.
In Munya's Cryptid appearance, a recurring scene will play showing Munya transforming into his Cryptid form. Munya is a playable fighter in Cartoon Network's game, TKO, with Zak Saturday and Van Rook. Ironically in the game, Munya only uses the spider webs in his super move (His super attack is where he launches a spider web ball at the enemy, making the enemy temporarily unable to move). Doctor Benjamin "Ben" Kirby Tennyson was a normal ten-year-old kid, until he found the Omnitrix, a powerful watch-like device that allowed him to turn into ten different aliens.
His physical appearance has changed throughout the series from a ten-year-old kid to a sixteen-year-old teenager. He is initially portrayed as a cocky, arrogant and immature boy who tends to make jokes even when fighting foes. He is the wielder of the prototype Omnitrix later the Ultimatrix and then the new Omnitrix , which gave him the power to modify his own genetic code in order to turn into various alien creatures, literally making him an alien shape-shifter. The sequel Ben 10: Alien Force continues his adventures five years after the original series. In Ben 10: Ultimate Allien, his sixteen-year-old self's secret identity was revealed to the world and he's now a megastar superhero loved all over by kids.
After the events of Ultimate Alien, he had been left as the sole hero after both Gwen and Kevin leave for college.
The Ultimatrix He is the wielder of the Omnitrix which is formerly known as the Ultimatrix and the first Omnitrix, which gave him the power to modify his own genetic code in order to turn into various alien creatures, literally making him an alien shapeshifter. The story begins with a mysterious rift opening in the skies above New York City, attracting the attention of Providence. In order to win one of these games, just leave a comment below with the name of any super hero from any comic, game or TV series. This is mostly because he believes that his parents are babying him, and thus tries to prove himself. The chemical and biological changes within him, could be affecting his powers, and once he grows into an adult his powers could develop even stronger. But now he has discovered that his powers are from being Kur, he may subconsciously believe using his powers will send him down a path of evil. This causes him to faint and proves that his Kur power provides him strength that goes beyond human ability, even surpassing the strength of his dad who can lift a giant rock, and his mom who can throw a really big TV screen, along with Ulraj who can hold up against a 250-pound Komodo dragon, and Fiskerton who can jump off the flying Airship onto the Argost's warship safely, and Wadi. He is a mulatto, which means he has a mixed heritage which is obvious by his half-African American skintone.
Therefor he had only age one year, and will age two years in season three, of course this could be revealed in season 3. But, in Kur, he seems to grunt more often to him, probably because of his Lemurian instincts.
Examples: In Kur Part 2 Zak believed that the Nagas will attack Hong Kong, but they attacked New York, giving the Nagas a big advantage. He was injected with the DNA of a Papuan Giant Spider to transform into a half-human, half-cryptid monster. While in his monstrous form, Munya can spit strands of sticky webbing from his mouth to cocoon enemies, stick them to walls, etc. Traditionally, he could only transform into ten aliens at the beginning of both the original series and Alien Force, but he later gains additional forms by either unlocking them or by scanning the DNA of aliens he meets.
Whenever the device times out, he is left powerless until he either dodges or switches to a new alien form. At some point between the two shows, himself, now fifteen years old, had succeeded in removing the Omnitrix through an unknown but difficult process, and chose to retire from his superhero career in order to have a normal teenage life, though he had kept the deactivated Omnitrix as a souvenir. This series features his new car, the DX Mark 10 a heavily modified Mazda RX-8, which marked its first appearance in Ben 10: Alien Swarm, the car being gifted reluctantly by Kevin. Meanwhile, Rex is sparring against Agent Six, while musing about his need for a Theme song and briefly performing a take on the original Ben 10 theme song before getting the alert about the rift. Thanks to D3Publisher, we have Astro Boy, The Secret Saturdays and Ben 10 to giveaway on the PS2 and PSP.
He has black hair, eyes and dark brown skin from his African-American father, but with Caucasian features and a shock of white blonde hair from his mother. A product of his environment, he seeks adventure at every turn, which is easily satisfied by his cryptid-researching family.
The Saturdays escaped on the Airship, but Tsul'Kalu got on and went after him, his dad had found him and convinced Tsul'Kalu that he was too young to know what he had done and that being his father Zak's mistake was his responsibility.
Animo, a mad scientist who liked experimenting on rare and or endangered animals and a long-time enemy of Ben Tennyson who had previously made a deal with V.V.
In his Cryptid form, Munya rips off all clothing on his upper body, revealing a muscular torso, and the only clothing detectable on him are his purple trousers. By the time he was sixteen, he had become famous in not only his hometown of Bellwood, but on Earth and beyond.
He has long brown hair, green eyes, pale skin, and he's quite skinny for his age, though he shows a lot of muscle definition due to being athletic.
This attitude can sometimes make him look obnoxious or dumb, often resulting in criticisms from Gwen and later Kevin.
He then grew up into a slightly more mature teenager, losing his unpopular status at school and becoming a skilled soccer player. He is also seen with Julie, who now shares a considerably stronger bond with; the two help their team from time to time. Providence, at the same time, is unable to do anything before Rex arrives with Six and Bobo. No limit to entry, but make sure you let at least three other people submit an entry before commenting again.
His clothing consists of yellow sweatpants, an orange shirt with an "S" on the front, although it resembles a disorted siolloete of The Claw, and a black undershirt. He has always felt close to cryptids, as seen when he conforts Fiskerton when he adjusts to life with the Saturdays, protecting him from Komodo, and welcoming in Zon, as well as setting free numerous cryptids in Cryptids Vs. He has an unorthodox upbringing that has taken him around the world and placed him in the face of danger since the day he was born.
His father and Tsul'Kalu battled on top of the Saturdays HQ during a thunderstorm, with Tsul'Kalu used a Claw pendant from one of his prey in order to electrocute his dad which damaged his eye, gave him his scar, and shocked a large part of his hair white. When transforming into an alien, he gets all the creature's features, including its appearance, voice, all of its unique and special abilities and powers, strengths and weaknesses. However, after winning his latest match, he finds that his Grandpa Max had mysteriously disappeared while investigating what Magister Labrid called "an alien conspiracy with Earth in the middle" leaving only an enigmatic holographic message for him.
He and Julie also share their first on-screen kiss at end of the episode Fame, though it was merely a kiss on the cheek. Rex attempts to touch the rift to see if it has something to do with nanites when Holiday then gets a scan that shows something is coming through the rift, and Rex finds himself face to face with Humungousaur, who knocks Rex back into the park beneath them. His father still managed to defeat Tsul'Kalu, and in return Tsul'Kalu gave his dad his claw pendant, which his father later gave to him, to keep him from feeling guilty, his father and mother had told him that his father had lost his eye in an accident.
These traits, however, as hinted in The Forge of Creation, stem from his attempts to hide his own fear about the situation though he denied it and said he was actually oblivious. Despite his experience in using the Omnitrixes and Ultimatrix, he still does not know every function of them. Due to his inquisitive nature and impatience, he has accidentally unlocked new functions such as the Master Control and the Randomizer, which can at times do more harm than good such as in the Frogs of War.
Despite Gwen's doubts, he had finally decided to use the Omnitrix once more in order to find his Grandpa Max.
He had gained a lot of confidence after Julie had kissed him, and he appeared to be utterly shocked at Julie kissing him on the cheek.
After setting aside their differences, the two soon learn to work as a team and look out for each other.
During their skirmish, a strange metallic creature also appears and heads into the city, with Bobo and Six on its trail while Rex continues to battle Humungousaur.
His intelligence shown when he managed to outsmart Argost, whom calls himself the world's most dangerous mind, by Influencing Munya, something that Argost didn't even think would be possible. In the episode Mystery, Incorporeal, Ben obtains an honorary college degree from Friedkin University. Even so, he's matured since the first series and although he can be goofy, he's also capable of great leadership skills and tends to get serious when the situation requires it.
Two of the aliens, Ghostfreak and Big Chill, even managed to actually take over his personality. Though the current Omnitrix is designed to work only for him, he still has not mastered it. When he had reattached the Omnitrix, it recalibrated itself, taking on a new, more watch-like appearance and providing him with a new, more exotic set of alien transformations.
Three of the aliens, Ghostfreak, Big The Omnitrix Chill and Ultimate Humungousaur, even managed to actually take over his personality. Just when Rex thinks he has the upper hand on the monster, it changes in a flash of light to become Diamondhead. He is also a capable strategist, managing to hold his own against Tsul'Kalu without a scratch or permanent damage, something which Doc did but came back with an electrified hairdo, and one blind eye. He has a special psychic ability to connect with cryptids, allowing him to control their actions to an extent as well as communicate psychically in their minds. In the original series and in the Omniverse flashbacks, his usual clothes consisted of a black-striped, white shirt with short sleeves, green pants and black and white shoes with black stripes. Despite his immaturity, he is actually good-hearted, and his actions are motivated above all by a strong and sincere will to help and save others in need. Though he usually uses his alien forms to fight, there have been some occasions where he was taken for a real alien by others, humans especially until his secret was revealed to the world. He is now armed with an enhanced, upgraded version of the Omnitrix, the Ultimatrix, which evolves his aliens into their Ultimate Forms as he calls them, and also has every alien he has ever turned into, though at the moment, he has yet to either turn into or re-unlock all of them just like his future self who had managed to reunlocked all of the aliens he has ever become up until now, with a few new ones just so he could annoy the life out of Azmuth. Though he usually uses his alien forms to fight, there have been some occasions where he was taken for a real alien by others, humans especially that is until his secret was revealed to the world.
After learning that he is Kur, he started to be less confident, and started to think and fear he might turn evil. Tamer cryptids seem to trust him instinctively, and even fiercer ones can tell that he is different from other humans. He's shown to deeply care for other's lives, and would choose to save people by himself even when he dislikes them, such as Cash and JT.


At one point, he had intentionally impersonated Bivalvan as Water Hazard to convince P'andor to go home, and though he was unsuccessful at convincing him, P'andor believed him to be Bivalvan.
In For a Few Brains More, it is revealed that the Omnitrix does not mistransform, but rather it is due to him hitting the activation core too hard, thereby causing the time-out function to select another alien at random. While helping the Alien Plumber Magister Labrid investigate Max's disappearance, he and Gwen encounter Kevin, now a weapons dealer, brokering a deal between the DNAliens and the Forever Knights. At one point, he intentionally impersonated Bivalvan as Water Hazard to convince P'andor to go home, and though he was unsuccessful at convincing him, P'andor believed him to be Bivalvan. Meanwhile, Six engages the creature and manages to cut a piece of it off, and when Holiday's scans give insufficient data, is given to Rex's older brother, Caesar. He is also quick to make friends or at least find common ground between them, like he did with Francis, Ulraj, Wadi, Tsul'Kalu, Tica, the cryptids in Life in the Underground, Fiskerton, Zon, and possibly Komodo.
It was also suggested by Ulraj in The Underworld Bride his power is only effective if the cryptid he is trying to influence at least partially wants to do what he is trying to get it to do. This causes him to have a strong dislike for sacrifices or life compromises and occasionally act against reason, such as when he chooses to save half-cured DNAlien Tyler over seizing the key for the Highbreed's invasion, or when he tries to save the Sentinel while losing the last Map of Infinity piece to Aggregor.
In addition to transforming into aliens, the Ultimatrix included what is referred as an evolutionary function, that allowed him to evolve his aliens forms in order to get upgraded versions of them, referred to as Ultimate Forms. Apparently this did not happen as much with the Prototype Omnitrix when he was younger as he didn't have as much strength back then.
Kevin attempted to attack he, still bitter after all his past defeats against him and his eventual imprisonment in the Null Void, but was again easily defeated after fighting his new alien Swampfire and caught by Labrid. The series later introduces two new enemies for his rogue gallery: a nasty news reporter Will Harangue, who sees him as a public threat in which he is heavily represents J. The hero's battle then winds up on the Brooklyn Bridge after Rex lands a well placed punch. Diamondhead later gets and changes into Lodestar, attempting to counter his opponent's metal abilities. His parents believe that with his ability, he would be the only one with the power to stop Kur, a legendary cryptid said to be able to control all cryptids.
In Alien Force and Ultimate Alien, he wears a black shirt, blue pants and a green jacket with white stripes and the number 10 on it, and black shoes.
When meeting an enemy in trouble like Kevin or the Highbreed he'll usually attempt to help them rather than win the hard way.
It's explained that the function works by placing the selected alien form in a simulated worst-case scenario for a millennia or so, then simply modifying the old DNA to match the new DNA. Jonah Jameson from the Spider-Man universe, and a villainous Osmosian named Aggregor, whose own sinister plans involve the draining of the powers of the five powerful aliens from the Andromeda Galaxy in order to make himself the most powerful being in the galaxy. However Rex quickly adapts and blasts Lodestar with his Slam Cannon into a billboard. It breaks free of its binding, which forces the two to stop fighting, with Lodestar becoming Rath in order to save news reporter, Diane Farah while Rex saves the other civilians. In Kur Rising, the Antarctic cryptid obviously didn't want to be defeated and spend another millennium in Antarctica, but he was able to control that giant cryptid even when he hadn't awaken as Kur yet. While this somehow overly idealistic nature is often criticised by Azmuth, most characters usually consider it as his most important quality.
In addition to the primary transformations and evolutionary function, the Omnitrixes and Ultimatrix can both be used for various purposes. Also he appears to have a short attention span at times, and more often than not it can get him into trouble.
Eventually, after an altercation with the Forever Knights and Labrid sacrificing his life to save Kevin's. Rex then literally gets the drop on Rath and once again attempts to cure him of his nanites, only for it not to work again. In Omniverse, he wears a new shirt which is black and has a green stripe in the middle with a 10 and green stripes on the sides of his shirt. Paradox had once even stated he had the gift to make the right choices at the right moments. Both include an automatic translation system that allows him to communicate with most aliens that don't speak English. His partner Rook has additionally pointed out that he tends to rely too much on his alien forms for combat. He, Gwen, and Kevin then start working together as a team in order to face the Highbreed's expected invasion on Earth.
After he had scanned Ra'ad, he now has a total of 1,000,910 genetic samples in the Codon Stream.
Both have a built in Universal Translator that allows him to communicate with most aliens that don't speak English. After attempting to explain himself, Rath later decides to turn back to his true form of Ben Tennyson. When he sees people hurt by his fault or because of his failures, he tends to get mad and acts much more violent and aggressive than he usually does. During the Highbreed Invasion, the prototype Omnitrix displayed the ability to manipulate and repair genetic damage, a function he used to cure DNAliens and save the Highbreed from extinction.
At the same time, he had developed mutual feelings for Julie Yamamoto, an Asian-American girl from his school. After Kevin was mutated by absorbing the Ultimatrix's Energy Core and lost his sanity again, he successfully defeated Aggregor with help from his younger self. During the Highbreed invasion, the prototype Omnitrix displayed the ability to manipulate and repair genetic damage, a function he used to cure DNAliens and save the Highbreed from extinction.
For example, when Overlord had kidnapped Julie, or when Aggregor had successfully absorbed the Andromeda Five, he had went berserk and beat them up with all his strength, and, in Ultimate Aggregor's case, to the point where Gwen was shocked and stopped him from attacking more. Though he was initially afraid of developing a relationship with her, fearing she'll reject him if she found out about the Omnitrix, he was eventually pushed by Gwen into taking her to a date at the Pier.
Kevin was finally cured in the episode Absolute Power with help from Darkstar and what was left of the Dominus Librium. Just then, Six appears with the mechanical creature from before, which self-destructs and renders him comatose and Rex mortified and angered. The hook is a three-fingered claw called The Hand of Tsul'Kalu which acts as a focusing device for his powers, and a probable thunderbird claw due to Tsul'Kalu shocking Doc with it in the flashback in the Return of Tsul'Kalu episode. Also, when Kevin mutated again shortly after stopping Ultimate Aggregor and temporarily went back to his psychotic way, hurting all the Plumbers helpers, he became willing to kill Ultimate Kevin by any means necessary. He appears to have a short attention span at times, and more often than not it can get him into trouble. The date, however, had went wrong when a Galvanic Mechamorph symbiote later named Ship had started attacking him in order to get his attention.
After rescuing Baz-El in Eye of the Beholder, he and Julie had officially become a couple again as he promises to be a much better boyfriend. Azmuth also mentioned that he could use the prototype Omnitrix to bring back to life any species that is stored on Primus.
In the Providence HG's infirmary, Holiday later that the creature was Nanite in origin, but somehow completely different from any EVO they have ever encountered.
His power can be amplified if he is at a mystic hotspot, a place infused with magical energy, like inside the Antarctic Cryptid. He began acting ruthless, aggressive, pessimistic, cold-hearted, nasty, and even ready to fight Gwen as Way Big when she attempted to get in the way. Though he has matured substantially since receiving the original Omnitrix, he is still a teenager with much to learn and is prone to irrational impulses and recklessness.
This incident eventually forced him to reveal his powers to Albedo Julie, but to his surprise, she didn't reject him, even calling the Omnitrix cool. White Knight then points out that part of it got away and that they were now searching for it. Gwen, however, was eventually able to convince him to try another way as he was about to kill Ultimate Kevin.
He was able to hold his own against Pierce and Max hinted that he was a highly skilled fighter even as a human in Voided, expressing surprise about the fact he lost to Pierce though it is then revealed that he had lost on purpose. He was told to beware it by a man named Old George and by Paradox in the episode Ben 10,000 Returns.
Ben later on says that he knows where its going and then suggests that they are dealing with a parallel universe issue. During the episode, he confesses to Max he feels guilty for letting fame get into his head, and claims that he is trying to act more mature for once. Another hint of his exceptional hand-to-hand skill is when he succeeded in the Plumber's Academy with a 95 out of a 100 without using the Ultimatrix.
At some point, he had later received a visit from a mysterious clone-like being of himself. In the episode Solitary Alignment, he learns about Azmuth's creation, the Ascalon, which is the sword that is wielded by Sir George, and is told of how Sir George had originally obtained the sword. Holiday doubts this assumption, stating that parallel universe is just a theory to which Ben replies that he has travelled to many of them.
Finally, in The Purge, when the Forever Knights are holding a large group of aliens hostage and have killed some aliens already, he threatens to hunt the Forever Knights down for the rest of their lives if they don't let the aliens go. The clone introduced himself as Albedo, a Galvan, stating he was the true creator of the Omnitrix and that Azmuth was a liar.
He had ultimatally struck up a deal with Sir George, the deal was that if he was unable to slay Diagon, then he would take the sword and attempt to defeat Diagon. Rex then threatens Ben and explains that there is no way Ben can escape, but Ben had managed to use Big Chill in order to do so, and flies off with Rex in hot pursuit.
Though often stated to be silly or unintelligent because of his immaturity, he is actually shown to be cunning and resourceful when needed, usually showing good adaptation skills when the Omnitrix doesn't provide him with the alien he wanted. However, according to Matt Wayne, he isn't a trained fighter and that he uses freestyle fighting.
He asked him to hand over the Omnitrix, stating he was trapped inside of his own body since his DNA had become the Omnitrix Default and needed his Omnitrix in order to override the device's programming. In the episode The Ultimate Enemy, he and his team go to the final battle between Diagon and Vilgax. Ben visits the area where Bellwood should be, and finding that himself, Gwen, his grandpa Max, and Kevin do not exist in this world, nor does Mr.
In The Atlas Pin, he meditates with his mother and Fisk to stop the giant serpent of Kumari Kandam. When he occasionally put his immaturity aside most especially in the first two seasons of Alien Force, he's shown to be a responsible leader as well as a very competent fighter.
He is also a cross dominant, skillfully wielding tools and weapons in either hand, in human or alien form. Smoothy with instead it is Bob's Biscuit Barn, with Ben finally comes to grasp that he must be in an alternate dimension, and Rex and he finally come to a truce.
In Shadows of Lemuria, when he is very close to the revealing and the relic, he could get in Fisk's brain and get rid of the parasite. It's evident that he is extremely smart in some respects, possessing an above average intelligence, photographic memory and advanced intuition, as in Where the Magic Happens where he memorized the writing for the secret true name of Ledgerdomain with just one glance from a distance, and in Perplexhedron, he figured out how the Perplexahedron works quickly.
After two clashes between them, Azmuth appeared and revealed that Albedo was actually his assistant, who was untrusting of himself and had attempted to make his own Omnitrix. Caesar then appears and seemingly prepares to attack the two with a ray gun, which was actually intended for the energy ball, which is revealed to be the Alpha Nanite, the first nanite, and a creation of Caesar's. Animo reveals that he has an entire army of cryptids and that his simple mind control can't control them. It was even stated by Gwen that he really isn't working up to his potential at school, and he replies, "That's what they tell me." He also has fairly moderate grades although not at Gwen or Julie's level. In Where the Magic Happens, it is shown that he has an excellent memory, as he is perfectly capable of remembering and writing down the mystic rune-like symbols for entering the inter-dimensional realm of Ledgerdomain with just one glance from a distance. As a punishment for his arrogant act of rebellion, Azmuth removed Albedo's Omnitrix's central component otherwise known as the Core, leaving him trapped in a damaged, photo-negative version of his own human form, and sent him to the Null Void prison. Diagon was far too strong even for Ultimate Way Big to stand against, and Sir George was turned to dust when trying to fight him. The Alpha Nanite then begs Caesar to help him stabilize a new body to which Caesar refuses.
During one mission, he was accidentally sent through a teleportation device with the Highbreed commander Reinrassic III, causing both of them to be trapped on the hostile planet Turrawuste and forcing them to work together in order to find a way back to their respective homeworlds.
He has some appearance of both, like dark skin from his father and Caucasian features and a white streak of hair like his mother. It's also pertinent to note that Ben has inherited both his paternal grandparents personality.
In Perplexahedron, he is also shown to possess advanced intuition as he was able to understand how Perplexahedron really worked with a small problem at first, but was then able to learn from that mistake and figure it out easily. Though initially displaying the usual racist Highbreed's behaviours, Reinrassic slowly developed a friendship with him, and eventually lost his hand trying to save him from a local vicious life form. After escaping the creature, Caesar explains that he created Alpha as a means of controlling the nanites during the Nanite project, but it's the nanite form which is unsustainable and every body it builds burns out in short amount of time. Although he inherited his grandmother Verdona's spirit, sense of humor, and overconfidence, he also inherited his paternal grandfather's determination, adventurous and self-sacrificing attitude.


After he had healed his hand as Swampfire, they had eventually reach the teleportation gate, but Reinrassic III chose to self-exile himself on Turrawuste, as he had believed his friendship with himself had corrupted him in the eyes of his people.
Vilgax had forced his way inside which resulted in him knocking both Gwen and Kevin unconscious. When Alpha attempted to take organic bodies, this forced Caesar to banish it to another empty dimension.
He is also as much of a practical joker, just like his paternal Anodite grandmother, Verdona. Ben eventually assembled a team, consisting of himself, Gwen, Kevin, Alan Albright, Paradox, Julie, Ship, Cooper, Azmuth, and the briefly reformed Darkstar for a final attack on the Highbreed's hideout in Los Soledad in order to prevent the Hyperspace Jumpgate located there from being activated, which would unleash the Highbreed fleet on Earth. Vilgax had boasted about how he had planned to fight another of his Ultimatrix transformations; he decided to use a different means to fight him, Ascalon.
Ben then later surmises it must have been the Null Void where it wound up, and that Alpha must have possessed alien life in order to sustain itself.
He also seems to be stronger than a normal child his age, as he is able to climb a radio tower carrying a full grown man in The Vengeance of Hibagon and gets back up immediately after being thrown against a vent in Black Monday. Despite help from his grandpa and the Plumbers helpers, they had all failed to prevent the arrival of the fleet. Caesar explains that the damaged ray gun was to stop Alpha, who then attacks and destroys his research pod. He had then went with Gwen, Azmuth, and Kevin aboard Ship through the Jumpgate in order to go to the Highbreed homeworld. Also in Black Monday, he is able to hold his own against the three Monday cryptids and even slams Zon to the ground in the second episode, The Kur Stone: Part Two. He then discovered the Highbreed were actually trying to exterminate every known sentient being in the Milky Way galaxy because they were slowly dying out and, as stated by Azmuth, their belief in purity among their kind had led to inbreeding, a loss of disease resistance, and finally sterility. Since he has the power of the Ultimatrix, Ascalon, and Diagon at his fingertips, he could fulfill his desire for peace and justice with a simple thought to destroy all evil.
He, as Humungousaur in which he used to break out of a holding cell, asked if the Omnitrix can repair the genetic damage to all of the Highbreed; the device replied that it can, but such an action would require all of its available power. In Ghost in the Machine he had also fused with his brothers because of a machine created by former scientists in a lab on Honey Island. It seemed that he just wouldn't give up, until he uses the power to turn every Esoterica on Earth back to normal, and all the free will that goes with it. When Ben and Rex arrive, they fight the Alpha where it attempts to absorb Rex's Omega Nanite but fails. Though they were initially disgusted by this and contemplated mass suicide as their only honourable act because of the change, Reinrassic III then re-appeared from his exile, and showed them how this genetic impurity was giving them a second chance at life. He relinquishes the sword, saying that Azmuth was right, it is too much power for anyone to have.
Ben and Rex had eventually managed to drive Alpha off, and then slowly bond after sharing their origins during a small game of hoops. Rook has additionally pointed out that he actual tends to rely too much on his alien forms for combat. Realising he was right, his comrades named him  Highbreed Supreme and he ended the war, thereby bringing peace to the galaxy once more.
White Knight then reveals that Alpha has gone to the bug jar, which is the largest concentration of active nanites on the planet after the Nanite Event.
After this experience, he says that the three of them have gotten even closer and are now DNA brothers.
He later asks for the Ultimatrix too, and gives him a brand new Omnitrix, one that he had been working on for six years since he had found it. White Knight and the heroes arrive, only to find they are too late to stop Alpha from absorbing the nanites of all the EVOs that were in the Bug Jar to become a colossal monster that begins to attack the three of them.
This caused him to eventually relax and return to his immature and somewhat cocky attitude from the original series, much to Gwen's and Kevin's chagrin. He had asked for its Master Control to be unlocked, to which Azmuth replies perhaps for his 18th birthday. Alpha is unable to absorb Rex's Omega Nanite so he decides to hack Ben's Ultimatrix which gives him access to his own Nanite corrupted version of it and 3 of Ben's strongest aliens, Heatblast, Four Arms, and Humungousaur. In The Kur Guardian, he, Doyle, and his old babysitter, Abbey Grey help Fiskerton find out more about Fisk's Lemurian heritage.
When he had to face the return of his old nemesis Vilgax, he had attempted, with help from Kevin, to hack the Omnitrix in order to unlock the master control. During the battle, Ben gains the form of Shocksquatch for the first time in which only lasts a few seconds, but was enough to stop Alpha momentarily. Doyle and Fisk had kept the information secret at first but decided to share it with him because he is the only one Fisk trusts completely when Doyle learned the info from Rani Naga when he over heard her talking with V.V.
This attempt went awry, releasing Goop, Chromastone, Spidermonkey, and Way Big from the Omnitrix as mindless, instinct-controlled creatures and causing Kevin to mutate for the second time.
Using an odd form of teamwork, Rex is able to disable Alpha's imitation Ultimatrix powers, but is ensnared by his enemy and robbed of his Omega Nanite, leading to Nanite Alpha to transform into a colossal crab-centaur-like being calling itself Alpha-Omega; the beginning and the end.
Ben then transforms into Shocksquatch and with a giant electric attack, he defeats the army somehow and times out. As the now nearly unstoppable Alpha-Omega rampages through the Bug Jar; synthesizing the ruined structures in order to create new nanites for itself, Rex has doubts about himself now that his most powerful builds are gone. In Shadows of Lemuria, he finds out Fisk is making trident-like shapes at every available moment.
After reabsorbing the four aliens, he had faced Vilgax and eventually defeated him as Diamondhead, though he temporarily lost Chromastone in the process. Argost continues to fight Zak while the rest of the Saturday's fight with Animo and the chupacabras. He had continued working as an honorary member of the Plumbers with Gwen and Kevin, with his grandpa providing them with various missions throughout the third season of the series with the episodes Inferno and Fool's Gold being examples. Later, Argost smuggles a Neural Parasite into the Saturdays House which eventually lands on Fiskerton. He also had to deal with Vilgax, who continued trying to find ways to have his revenge on him by attacking Primus. At the last minute, Rex and Upgrade do a final bout of teamwork, manage to nail Alpha-Omega directly in his Omega Nanite, which forces the monstrosity into a large cloud-like entity. Fisk tears the house apart to create a divining rod that will reveal where Kur is, which happens to be Antarctica which Argost found out through the Parasite.
Animo then decides to capture Fiskerton to do research on him and add him to his collection. Eventually, he had to face a coalition of Vilgax and Albedo, the latter having stolen a prototype upgraded version of the Omnitrix, the Ultimatrix, from Azmuth's lab. And so  the chupacabra attack Fisk and wrap their tongues around his leg, pulling him to Dr.
The two of them had successfully kidnapped both Kevin and Gwen hostage, leading him to deliver the Omnitrix to Vilgax. Argost is his enemy, prior to Kur Rising, he is a fan of his show Weird World, and kept episodes on the main computer. However, he was eventually forced into activating the Omnitrix's self-destruct sequence, threatening Vilgax to let it explode if he didn't remove it.
Vilgax mistook this for a bluff, and paid the price with the Omnitrix exploding with the force of a small bar of C-4 plastic explosive or half a stick of dynamite, causing Kevin to lose his old mutation in the process.
Unfortunately for them, Argost is also there and had awakened the creature which is believed to be Kur.
However, he had then forced the Ultimatrix off Albedo in order to fight Vilgax as Swampfire and then as Ultimate Swampfire. The galactic conqueror's ship had hit into the Pacific Ocean just offshore from Bellwood, along with him, Gwen, Kevin, and Max had all managed to escape from it mere seconds before its Fusion Drive exploded like a bomb. He then gets the idea to also enter the cryptid's body and fight Argost for the controlling of Kur. His parents give him their weapons so he could have as much power as possible in the battle with Argost. Meanwhile, Ben as Feedback then absorbs the power back from Argost, causing him to collapse.
However, once he and Fiskerton are expelled from the body, the artifact glows not in the creature's presence, but in his. Rook then remarks that people always like Ben's aliens while he and all the aliens in Undertown are all real aliens. To make matters worse, the Nagas are also after he to lead them and all cryptids into a new era.
In Legion of Garuda, the Saturdays learn a sect of sorcerers were able to drive out the spirit of Kur in the past and begin looking for the group. They eventually meet Gokul, the head master of the legion, who tells them Kur can be driven out by using an artifact known as The Flute of Gilgamesh. But when the Saturdays locate the flute and let Gokul use it, they also find out that using it would kill Kur (himself). In The Return of Tsul'Kalu he goes to fight Tsul'Kalu, after he returns to get the Hand from the end of his Claw. He gives up the Hand easily, but Tsul'Kalu refuses it and wishes to fight for it honorably as a hunter. Then he begins to see visions of the dark future, every time he uses his powers on Tsul'Kalu. He gives up the Claw, saying that Tsul'Kalu should take it back because, if even the good cryptids think he is destined for evil, he obviously doesn't deserve it. But then Tsul'Kalu realizes that he is good inside, and leaves the Claw and parts ways with him. In The Unblinking Eye, he is chased down by Epsilon and Francis to be recruited by their people. When first escaping them easily, he convinces his parents to help a cryptid like they normally do. Francis gets him, but unknowingly reveals a satellite is tracking their every move which had later been revealed to be the Rani Naga's relic which the people who stole from Doyle and strapped to a satellite. His mom and dad go to space in order to disconnect the satellite, while Fisk, Komodo and he calm down the Lake Van Monster. In Life in the Underground, hi's birthday party is filled with surprises including a visit from Ulraj and Wadi. He, Wadi, and Ulraj were being buried alive, he remembered Argost's words and managed to summon one of the cryptids in order to save them. His crush on Wadi and hers for him is more obvious in this episode; for one thing, Wadi kisses him on the cheek. He returns to the clock tower to thank Argost, who then gives him a neural parasite to contact him with should the need arise despite Fisk's objections.
He then asks him how to stop it, and Argost helps by explaining that the cryptid has to be in a certain area where it can use only one form.
He then lures the creature into a pool, and is able to control it, long enough for Fisk who is under Argost's control to seal the pool shut. But then while he explains his actions to his father and the Scientists, Komodo discovers the parasite on Fiskerton's back. Before he could explain everything, Argost's warship shows up, and he was forced by Arghost to leave in it, leaving everyone else puzzled and shocked. He later wakes up in a Munya cocoon on what Argost calls the most isolated island in the world. After seeing Argost use the smoke mirror to summon Zak Monday, Argost uses the Flute of Gilgamesh to steal Zak Monday's power for himself, thus killing Zak Monday in the process. He uses his power to control Munya to free himself to fight with Argost, who both try to control Munya as a weapon.
Unfortunately, Argost gains the upper hand, and is about to finish him when suddenly, Tsul'Kalu, Fiskerton, Komodo, and his father arrive in the nick of time to help him.
Once Argost leaves, his father says that Fiskerton has explained everything about why he got help from Argost. Fortunately, his father still trusts and loves him, saying that he was only worried about his safety.
The episode ends with his father nicely telling him that there is still a lot more explaining to do about why he trusted Argost. In War of the Cryptids, he shows mastery of his power, by controlling large amounts of cryptids around the world. Sadly, after Van Rooks death, he had the Kur sucked out of him by Argost who later seemingly is utterly destroyed by fusing Matter and Anti-matter together, making him finally normal, but that was termporay.



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