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Ben 10 Alien Vanguard S1E08: Mega Charge
Down in Bellwood’s water front, inside a generic looking warehouse, was a single man performing a series of reps with a large dumbbell with nine weights on each end. A second man entered, mush scrawnier than the first with a black shirt, black hair, and a red stripe running through it.
“Hey boss?” The scrawny man asked trying to get his attention.
“This better be important Corvo. You know I don’t like being bothered during my workout sessions.”
“It is boss. The shipment arrived. The one from Sparksville.” The bench pressing stopped and placed the dumbbell back onto the rack on the bench
“No kidding? Well this is defiantly worth stopping the reps for.” The first man said. He pulled himself up from the bench. The man was dressed in a black shirt with a skull emblazoned on it, orange pants, spiked black armored boots, face paint similar to that of a skull, and a mohawk made up of orange spikes. “But this is great. With our
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Big Top Crime Chapter 3
With the scream of carnival goers, and the thud of the DeSoto running over a random trash can. Sam, Max, and Geek left their vehicle.
“Have you always been such a bad driver?” Geek asked almost as soon her feet hit the ground.
“Most people don’t care.” Sam answered looking down seeing himself stepping in an old banana peel. Shrugging, Sam added the discarded fruit exterior to the contents in his pockets.
“Really Sam? Picking up garbage?” Geek asked.
“It helped us out a lot once.” Sam responded. “And it was a banana peel then too.” Geek simply facepalmed and shook her head.
“Alright, I trust you guys. At least as much as I ever did.” Inside the grounds of the carnival there was a small midway set up. There were only three games being attended at the time. A shooting game that had ducks being moved along a conveyer belt, a classic hammer game to attempt to ring a bell on top of a post, and a game to toss balls
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Ben 10 Alien Vanguard S1E07: Prey
Alright, here is a fresh chapter/episode of Alien Vanguard. This time I will be introducing a character established in Omniverse, but with a couple changes to him. Namely his full role. I also realize I haven’t been doing disclaimers. My bad. Anyway, Ben 10 is owned by Man of Action, I only own my aliens and OCs. So enjoy the story, comment, and feel free to suggest your own ideas.
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A blue skinned humanoid alien in a black suit with various bones across his body as armor walked through the helm of Argoth’s ship. He was greeted by Hackah and Nazak with Argoth sitting on the command ship. Nearby was a red skeleton-ized Galvanic Mechamorph sealed in a large crystal. “Khyber, grand hunter of the cosmos, tracker and killer of some of the galaxy’s deadliest beasts. I’m so glad you took us up on this hunting opportunity.” Argoth greeted the guest.
“I must say, I’ve heard stories and rumors about this Ben Tennyson, I’m eager to te
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Ben 10 Alien Vanguard S1E06: Helix Designs
On the planet of Galvan Prime, a shooting star swept across the sky. None of them thought anything of it as is crashed down in the swamps. Emerging from the mucky water was a scrawny Galvanic Mechamorph, yellow markings across his form giving him a disturbing appearance of a walking skeleton. Seeing the unknown creature begin to walk out of the swamp, a lone Galvan sentry used his jetpack to take to the sky and buzz around the figure like an annoying fly.
“Halt Galvan Mechamorph subspecies.” He stated holding up his hand to order the figure to stop, “You are not allowed within the city proper.” The mechamorph’s clawed hand shot out and grabbed the poor guard out of the air.
“I…a-a-a-a-am not…. a subspecies.” The Mechamorph said, his voice leaking from his body like a speaker letting out it’s death wails, words skipping like a crashing file. Lines of yellow began to spread across the guard’s armor as it crumbled into dust
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RC10GN: Chapter 1
Over a sleeping Norrisville, a lone shadow jumped from rooftop to rooftop. A long red scarf trailing behind it as it ran. To the residents of Norrisville, it was a familiar form. The protector of the last 800 years, the legendary Ninja of Norrisville. To a select two, his identity was Randy Cunningham, who last year, when just a freshman, was selected to protect the school and town from the forces of evil. The ninja stopped and looked over the city.
“Sleep well tonight Norrisville, know that your faithful protector remains ever vigilant against the forces that threaten to send this entire town” Before Randy could finish his heroic narration, his cellphone began to ring. “Hello?”
“Dude, you better not be doing some lame hero speech again.” The voice in his ear piece said. The voice was his best friend since they were how young, Howard Weinerman.
“Wwwwhaaat?” Randy dragged out, “What makes you think I do that?”
====1 Week Ago===
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SSBR Moveset - Bass
Okay back on this and a new one is up. This time it's the rival to the Blue Bomber!

New Challenger Approaching!
Bass starts the trouble!
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History

Universe: Mega Man

Debut: Mega Man 7 (1995)

Console of Origin: Super Nintendo Entertainment System              

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Statistics

Strength: 4/5

Speed: 2.5/5

Attack Speed: 3/5

Jump: 3.5/5

Gravity: 4/5

Weight: 4/5

Traction: 4/5

Height: 3.5/5

Swimming: 1/5

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Appearances

Default Color: Bass Buster Default

Alternative Colors-

Red Team: Spread Drill Red

Blue Team: Water Shield Blue

Green Team: Wave Burner Green

Other 1: Tengu Blade White

Other 2: Copy Vision Black

Alternative Costume: None

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Poses

Entrance: Bass teleports in using a pillar of purple light revealing him hovering off the ground a bit before standing on the ground and assumes his battle stance

Victory Pose 1: Bass seems to charge energy into his Bass Buster grinning wildly.

Victory Pose 2: Treble growls from behind Bass while he fires a few rounds at the camera

Victory Pose 3: Bass crosses his arms and laughs

Defeat Pose 1: Bass stumbles back

Defeat Pose 2: Bass is on one knee with his hand on Treble

Defeat Pose 3: Bass turns around and teleports away

Idle: Bass assumes an intimidating but relaxed stance

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Quotes

Victory 1: “Get lost Loser!”

Victory 2: *No Dialogue*

Victory 3: *Laughter*

Defeat 1: “How did I lose?”

Defeat 2: “I was careless.”

Defeat 3: *No dialogue*

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Taunts

Taunt 1: Bass floats a bit with an aura of purple energy surging around him

Taunt 2: Bass cracks his knuckles and says, “I’m the strongest”

Taunt 3: Bass crosses his arms, seems to roll his eyes, and says “Shut up.”

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Injury Poses

Damage > 50%: Bass’s armor is dented with a bit of dirt on his face

Damage > 90%: Bass’s armor is more dent up with visible areas broken off of his fins.

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Abilities

None

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Attacks

Neutral Attack 1 (A): Punch

Neutral Attack 2 (AA): Punch

Neutral Attack 3 (AAA): Punch

Up Attack: Uppercut

Down Attack: Stomp

Side Attack: Tengu Blade

Ledge Attack: Bass does a summersault kick back onto the stage

Dash Attack: A copy vision hologram appears before him firing off a few quick shots

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Smash Attacks

Up Smash: Bass charges up the Bass Buster with the charge of the smash attack and fires a short range charge shot straight up

Down Smash: Bass releases a Thunder Wool cloud which then fires down a lightning bolt

Side Smash: Bass fires a short range Triple Blade

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Aerial Attacks

Neutral: Punch

Forward: Straight jab with the bass buster

Backward: Bass throws out a Magic Card that swoops behind him

Upward: Summersault Kick

Downward: Bass fires a Remote Mine down

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Grabs

Grab: Standard Grab

Grab Attack: Punch

Forward Throw: Bass uses the Ice Wall to push the enemy away

Backward Throw: Bass goes past the enemy and fires a Commando Bomb

Upward Throw: Bass throws the enemy up and fires a rapid-fire Bass Buster straight up

Downward Throw: Bass fires a Chill Spike down creating a spike trap before slamming the enemy into them

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Specials

Neutral Special – Bass Buster: Bass’s signature weapon. Unlike the Mega Buster, the Bass Buster’s primary power is the rapid-fire power it has. By tapping the B Button Bass will release a short burst of blasts. Holding down B will cause there to be a never-ending stream of shots. While Bass is in this rapid-fire state, the player can use the analog stick to aim the shot in one of 7 directions. Be warned though, the individual shots are weak, Bass is unable to move, and players can move while under fire.

Side Special – Spread Drill: A powerful drill missile that Bass can fire. As the missile flies in the air, it will split into two, lowering the indivisual power of the drills, but increasing their spread. After a bit further, these two drills where split into another two each leaving four even weaker drills. This move is hard to dodge at a distance, and very painful at close range.

Up Special – Treble Rescue: When Bass needs an emergency rescue, his faithful robo-wolf Treble is there to help. But due to the quick fusion needed, he can’t go full Treble Boost. Bass can still fly in this state, and will fire off a few shots while airborne. Players can control Bass’s short flight, great for quickly chasing down slow targets or getting yourself to safe ground.

Down Special – Water Shield: A shield kind of weapon made of circling water balls. While up, the balls of water will rotate around Bass, protecting him from attacks at the cost of an orb. Using the down B special again while the shield is up will cause the orbs to fly off for a short bit, this time doing damage if they collide with something.

Final Smash – Treble Boost: Bass says “Treble, come!” as his robotic wolf appears at his side before triggering the Super Adaptor merging with Bass. During this state, Bass is no longer limited to walking along the ground instead can take to the skies. While flying, Bass can fire off his fist which homes in on an enemy within a short distance (akin to a smart bomb) with the A Button, fire off a triple shot with the B Button, or charge up the B Button to make powerful orbs of energy rain from the sky!

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Snake Codec

Snake: Looks like I’m staring down a Mega Man knock-off.

Colonel: Kind of are Snake. This is Bass, a robot Wily built to do battle with Mega Man on his level.

Snake: So really more of doubleganger than a knock off.

Colonel: Something you can relate to. In a sense.

Snake: Let’s move on. What big advantage does he have?

Colonel: Really nothing. Despite the fact Wily built him to surpass Mega Man, so far he’s been tied with him power wise. If anything weaker.

Snake: Well, pretty bad miss then. Suppose to be stronger and winds up with a cheap clone.

Colonel: He’s not an exact clone. His buster is much faster than Mega Man’s. But be really careful out there Snake, especially if he fuses with Treble.

Snake: Got it, keep an eye out for the Rush clone.

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Palutena Guidance

Palutena: Pit, stay on guard out there.

Pit: Why, he looks like Mega Man. And I can take him.

Palutena: He is way different than Mega Man. Both in abilities and personality. But the biggest difference is he enjoys dishing out pain a lot more. From his Spread Drill to his Bass Buster. Don’t worry though, your Guardian Orbiters will reflect those back at him.

Pit: Sounds like I have a major edge.

Viridi: Not really. He can shoot in a number of different angles. He catches you in one of them and your orbiters won’t work. He can also attack a large space at once with the Water Shield. And if he uses his Final Smash, fusing with Treble, he can make attacks fall from the sky being hard to dodge and that Super Knuckle will leave one heck of a mark on your face.

Pit: Okay, sounds like a serious threat then.

Viridi: That’s a bit of an understatement. He’s a lot like Pittoo, who you have enough trouble with.

Pit: Hey I handle him just fine.

Palutena: But he’s the evil version of Mega Man, so knowing all your own moves won’t help. Best of luck out there Pit!

Pit: You know, I wonder how he and Pittoo would get along. I mean, they’re both evil clones. Maybe they’d get along pretty well.

Viridi: Yeah…he’s dead.

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Stage Information

Stage – Ruined Highway: A highway reaching across the home city of Mega Man. But an attempt at an escape by Dr. Wily has left it destroyed. And since it can’t get any worse, it’s the perfect place for a battle of the Smash Brothers! The high way is off center leaving one side higher than the other, and a lip prevents a clean dash from the left to the right. From time to time, the Mad Grinder will appear on the right side of the screen and will attack by spitting fire, tossing his ‘hair’ or just rolling across the stage. Players would be best advised to avoid any of these attacks.

Stage Music-

1) Ruined Street

2) Megaman and Bass Final Boss

3) Bass Shop

4) Bass’ Theme Mega Man 8

5) Go for it

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Other Information

Revival Platform: A platform modeled a bit after Treble

Kirby Hat: Kirby gains Bass’s helmet and the Bass Buster ability

Selection Quote: “Get lost losers!”

Victory Music: Mega Man Victory Music

Classic Mode Credit Music: Friend or Foe

Trophy Description: An extremely powerful robot built by Dr. Wily for the sole purpose of defeating Mega Man. Made of Bassium and outfitted with the rapid fire Bass Buster, he should have all the advantages to defeat the Blue Bomber but has yet to actually destroy him. But he can make himself even stronger by merging with his robotic companion Treble.

Final Smash Trophy: Bass fused with Treble

Final Smash Trophy Description: Bass’ Final Smash. By using his Super Adaptor, Bass fuses with Treble pushing his power to the limit. Taking to the skies, Bass can attack by firing off his fist, a powerful triple shot, or even making large balls of energy rain from the sky. With superior firepower and mobility, this makes him a dangerous foe to face off against while in this form.

Associated Trophies:

    1)      Bass

    2)      Treble Boost (Final Smash)

    3)      Treble

    4)      Dr. Wily

    5)      Dr. Wily Capsule

    6)      Tengu Man

    7)      Astro Man

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Mega Man © Capcom

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Season 1: Rage of Argoth

Episode 1 - It Begins Again part 1: Ben is enjoying a realativly peaceful life since the fiasco of Vilgax and Diagon. But, after such an eventful battle, he is having a bit of a hard time adjusting to normal life. But far away, a new threat arrives, a threat that demands a new Omnitrix.

 

Episode 2 – It Begins Again part 2: Having dodged a bit of Argoth’s forces, Ben and co finds themselves in Undertown with Azmuth and a new partner for the team, an alien plumber by the name of Rook Blanco. But Ben can’t hide Azmuth forever. So with the new Omnitrix, Ben is ready to take on Argoth himself.

 

Episode 3 – Bellwood Mermaid: With Argoth no where to be seen, the team decides to do a bit of bonding with a traveling freakshow in town. But something seemed off in there, everything was alien. One of the most destirbuing things is a captured Piscciss Volann who is held captaive out of fear of harm coming to her eggs. Can Ben and co save her, or will an old foe take his revenge?

 

Episode 4 – Bad Luck Charm: When out of the blue, Charmcaster sends a message through Gwen’s body, the team decides to trust in the message and once again arrive in the magical dimension of Ledgerdomain. As it turns out, she was telling the truth! Argoth and his minions are in Ledgerdomain, preparing a kind of engine to free Argoth of his armor. It’s up to Ben and Co to stop him and free the mystic land from his control!

 

Episode 5 – Short Circuit: A number of mechanical robberies has caught the Plumber’s Eyes, but not the eyes of Omnitrix barer Ben Tennyson. But what HAS is that his apparently ex-girlfriend Julie is back in town after moving away! Unfortuantly, it would appear that the cause of all these robberies is Elena Validus, will Julie be safe back in Bellwood? And why did she and Ben even break up?

 

Episode 6 – Helix Designs: Something from Azmuth’s past has returned and laying waste to Galvan Prime. Azmuth has a plan on how to fix his mistake, but needs Ben to hold off the creature. But when he proves unable to, it would seem Albedo is willing to betray Azmuth once again! What will come of this creature and can Ben and Team stop it?

 

Episode 7 – Prey: It was suppose to be a normal camping trip. But normal turned out to be anything but when a stranger hunter begins to take them out. And why does he do this? Argoth has hired an infamous serial killer hunter named Khyber to get Ben. Has Ben reached the end of the line, or is it time to turn the Hunter into the Hunted?

 

Episode 8 – Mega Charge: During a routine patrol, Ben, Kevin, Gwen, and Rook stumble upon a smuggling operation given a boom by Kevin going legit. Combined with the kidnapping of the electrical aliens Megawhatts, the smuggler seems ready to do whatever it takes to make sure no one puts a slow on his business.

 

Episode 9 – Tomb Raiding: A high priority alert is put out with the Plumber’s Base. It would seem that the top Iron Worker, an occult branch of the Plumbers, agent hasn’t reported in for several days. But the most surprising element isn’t that a skilled agent has gone missing, it’s who the agent is. Ben’s short lasted childhood crush…Kai Green! Can Ben put aside what happened to him for the sake of protecting something they don’t even know what kind of power it is?

 

Episode 10 – Deal of a Lifetime!: Rook is currently suck doing prisoner evaluations at Plumber HQ, and Gwen is away dealing with family commitments from her mom’s side. So, Kevin and Ben decide to spend some guy time together in Undertown. While there, they come across a conman by the name of Professor Blarney T. Hokestar hocking a ‘miracle elixir’ made from the secretion of something called a Screegit. But when it gets out, things go from a mild annoyance to a genuine threat.

 

Episode 11 – It was THEM!: Against all probabilities, Animo has escaped! Ben’s team is quick to go out and attempt to find and recapture the mad scientist. The biggest clue to his location? A giant anthill out in the desert.

 

Episode 12 – Heat Wave: Bellwood is gripped in the throes of a heatwave. Meanwhile, a bizarre alien girl dressed in a parka makes a daring robbery. This leads to the reveal of a species of aliens living in the deepest parts of Undertown and a plan that could end the city.

 

Episode 13 – Pest Control: Clancy returns somehow back in his human form, and is back up to his traditional pastimes of crime. Ben is sure he can stop him again, but when he unlocks a new bug based alien, it would appear Clancy’s power expand beyond terrestrial insects.

 

Episode 14 – Capture and Freedom part 1: Argoth is done playing defensive and forming plans instead of taking action. He has enough that he can finally get out of his containment suit. With another payment to Khyber, his forces were able to capture Ben and his friends as he reveals the most crucial component of his plans, Alien X.

 

Episode 15 – Capture and Freedom part 2: Using an energy decoupler to pull away energy from Alien X, focusing it, and releasing it through a concentrated beam, Argoth is finally freed from his containment suit revealing what species he is exactly under it, a male Anodite. With him free, and Ben stuck as Alien X, it seems nothing can stop his rampage.

 

 

Season 2 – Vilgax Attacks!

Episode 1 – The Conqueror Returns: Vilgax has returned, his reputation largely destroyed and the worlds under his control in revolt against him. Vilgax places all this upon one person’s shoulders. Ben Tennyson. And he will not rest until Ben is destroyed and the galaxy trembles before him once again. Even if it means destroying the Omnitrix in the process.

 

Episode 2 – Reunited and it Feels so Bad: A female Tetramand named Looma arrives on Earth claiming to be Kevin’s Fiancé based on a deal made years ago. Is Ben able to get Kevin out of this arrangement, or are the sounds of wedding bells in Kevin’s future?

 

Episode 3 – Fight Club: Believing they have a lead on Vilgax, the team goes undercover in an alien fight club. After some brief investigation, the only link they can seem to find is the fight club champion, a chicken-like alien named Liam. And the only way to get information out of him is to face him in the finals.

 

Episode 4 – Out Fishing: During a day off, Magister Patelliday is captured by a group of alien pirates hidden under the waves. So, Ben and the others on the trip go down in order to try to save him, hoping to save the Piscciss Volann Plumber before he winds up the lunch special.

 

Episode 5 – Chaos from Above: Vilgax launches an attack and successfully takes an orbiting Plumber research facility for reasons known only to him. Ben, his team, and the Plumber’s Helpers go into orbit to take it back. But with 5 possible doomsday scenarios that can be launched from the station, can they figure out what the plan is in time to stop it?

 

Episode 6 – Supply Run: A raid on Area 51 draws the plumber’s attention. Colonel Rozum had a stache of alien tech from the various ‘combatants’ captured and stored in his illegal prison. As far as the first arrives could figure out, the intruder is a bounty hunter answering by the name of Eighteight. But the weirdest part is she seems to be looking for something. In an entire base full of alien technology, what single piece is the target of the bounty hunter?

 

Episode 7 – Shake n Quake: Strange seismic occurrences have been happening around Bellwood. Preliminary studies would suggest something is burrowing under the desert. But what is doing so? And why? Ben and the team go underground to try to find out what exactly is going on down there, and how to keep Bellwood in one piece above the ground.

 

Episode 8 – Rojo-d Rage: Rojo and her gang are back in action tearing up the streets of Bellwood. Armed with new firepower based on fire, water, and electricity she, Amarillo, and Azula seem hard set on getting a Treasury shipment that is coming through Bellwood, no matter who gets caught in the crossfire.

 

Episode 9 – Frozen North: On a mission they were sent on by Grandpa Max to the snowy mountains of Canada, they wind up crossing paths with Kai Green on a mission of her own. The two missions become intertwined when they find an Anur System fugitive at the core of both.

 

Episode 10 – Virus Alert: During a ‘visit’ of sorts to Argit, the team finally meets Vilgax’s newest partner. The Mechamorph sub-species Malware! Malware easily began to collect and assimilate several illegal tools Argit was trying to sell. Unlike most plans of Vilgax’s, this seems to be destruction and chaos for chaos’ sake. Is the team up to stopping a rampage of chaos this powerful and random?

 

Episode 11 – Kiddie Time: A group of robots from Dimension 12 attack Bellwood, forcing Ben and Co to deal with them. But their victory is short lived when some unknown enemy of Ben’s rears his head, trapping them in childhood forms. Will they be able to defeat this Billy Billions, or has the team been beat? And who is Billy Billions anyway?

 

Episode 12 – Harvest Planet: The team goes with Rook back to Revonnah to help him and his family with the Amber Ogia harvest festival. Unfortuantly the team has a hard time fitting in right away making the situation tense and akward. Things get even worse when abnormally large Muroids begin to show up and attack with ferocity greater than before.

 

Episode 13 – Starlight, Star Bright: After a fight in Mr. Baumann’s store leaves a bit of it in ruins, Ben offers to do some deliveries so he can focus on fixing his store. One of them is a dangerous package Baumann says must go to the Plumbers. Inside is a powerful item known as a Dwarf Star Core, and Ben has to defend it from all manners of bounty hunters and crooks who want it for themselves.

 

Episode 14 – The Harangue Corps: In his latest Anti-Ben propaganda, Will Harangue reveals a small team of Robots created to protect Bellwood, in place of Ben 10. Ben of course is skeptical of Harangue’s motives. As they learn more, the suspicion only grows. Why are these robots really here? And what is the “Emergency Protocol” they learned of?

 

Episode 15 – What’s on Your Mind?: An alien scientist who was detained in Area 51 has finally had his case situated out and released. Meanwhile Vilgax hires the number siblings to track him down and capture him. Turns out before crashing on Earth, he was a scientist in charge of a top secret project, a weapon that could turn a planet into space dust.

 

Episode 16 – The Conquest Part 1: Vilgax has hidden a bomb in Bellwood, a bomb that when set off will release a black hole into the Earth’s atmosphere. This black hole will grow and consume the Earth until nothing is left. Unless the hero Ben Tennyson sacrifices himself by surrendering to Vilgax.

 

Episode 17 –  The Conquest Part 2: By sheer accident, Malware has fused to the fresh cybernetics inside Vilgax. The resulting mixture is a far more deadly Vilgax than ever before. Meanwhile, the bomb is still counting down. With the deadline approaching, and the whole planet in the balance, Ben has to pull out all the stops to defeat Vilgax once again.

 

 

Season 3 – Incursean Invasion

Episode 1 – Guard Duty: With Vilgax defeated and officially in Plumber Custody, Ben, his team, and the Alpha Team are assigned with helping to move him into the most secure prison the plumbers have. But things get extra complicated when Attea shows up with Sixsix, Sevenseven, and Eighteight, intent on taking Vilgax prisoner for the Incursean Empire.

 

Episode 2 – Stomach Ache: The Gourmand Homeworld is under attack by the Incursean Empire and to make matters worse, the queen has been taken hostage. The team goes to try to settle the conflict but gets separated into two groups, forcing them to deal with the split population.

 

Episode 3 – Darkstar Arts: Kai is in the Plumber Base, reporting the theft of a magical artifact. An old Icelandic book known as Rauðskinna or the Book of Power. While this would normally be a task reserved just for the Iron Workers, the identity of the thief made it clear she needs Ben and the others help, Micheal Morningstar! Even without his normal spell casting ability, his knowledge can still be dangerous when mixed with a book of black magic.

 

Episode 4 – Un-Arranged Marriage: An alien criminal from the far reaches of the Galaxy comes to Earth intent on capturing Gwen and making her as an Anodite Bride to his personal harem. None of the team is willing to let Gwen just be taken. But the criminal isn’t letting them keep such a rare prize from his collection.

 

Episode 5 – Tick, Tock, Find the Rock: In the future, someone attacks Ben’s house intent on getting a piece of the Hands of Armageddon. Unable to best Ben 10,000, he goes back into the past to take on Ben 10. The Ben of the future isn’t willing to let his past self fight this fight alone, and with the help of Professor Paradox goes back to help.

 

Episode 6 – Divide by ZeroZero: The arguably most deadly assassin in the galaxy is hired by Milleous to hunt down Ben and remove him from the equation for any future plans or invasion. Concerned over a previous encounter with him, Max orders Ben to remain in the base while other Plumbers hunt for the assassin. But Ben isn’t going to sit around while others fight for him.

 

Episode 7 – No Place Like Home: During a normally uneventful day, an unknown shuttle crashes in Bellwood causing the Plumbers to quickly secure it. Inside is…Rook’s younger brother? He swears Revonnah was captured by the Incurseans, but when they get there, not an Incursean in sight. But something is indeed very off with the village…

 

Episode 8 – Infection: An important Plumber Outpost is in danger of a cosmic storm striking them. There is only one alien in Ben’s roster that can handle the storm, Way Big. After successfully protecting the outpost from the freak storm, something begins to go wrong with Ben. Turns out that during the storm, the To’kustar’s natural predator had used it to infect Ben. A small team will have to go into Way Big’s body to destroy the virus.

 

Episode 9 – Ducked Out: A group of Plumbers are trapped on a planet deep in Incursean Territory on a planet whose atmosphere is highly toxic. With only one known cure, the fresh venom of a deadly creature. In order to deliver it to the stranded Plumbers and get them off world, they hire the roughest, toughest smuggler there is, Rad Dudesman. But someone else who snuck into the ship is going to make things far more difficult than they intended.

 

Episode 10 – Diamond in the Rough: Tetrax shows up on Earth asking for Ben’s help. Over the year since Petropia was reformed and her people revived, he has been looking for his girlfriend. He had recently gotten some news that there might be a female Petrosapien on Earth, so came to investigate it. Meanwhile, Vulkanus has a new plan to make a fortune.

 

Episode 11 – : Realizing the Incurseans are a serious threat targeting Earth, Ben decides to try to contact Reinrassic III in order to try to establish an alliance for the incoming Incursean invasion. Sadly Reinrassic is unable to do anything because he is currently in a power struggle with an older Highbreed using an ancient tradition of Right to Rule over Combat. Is there some way to help him, or is the peace between the Earth and Highbreed over?

 

Episode 12 – Forge Heat: While the Sword of Ek Chuaj may have broken a few years ago, but the pieces are still considered to be dangerous and powerful. In order to keep the danger minimalized, the Iron Workers are insistant on repairing the blade. Max goes down to Iron Worker HQ in order to talk them out of it. Things continue to get complicated as Ben is only able to transform into Stinkfly while acting weird. To top it off, somehow word of the sword’s reforging has reached Enoch, who is making a play to get it back.

 

Episode 13 – Heavy Consequences: A prisoner who was taken into Plumber custody after being found in Area 51 broke out of their custody. Being a deadly species who is essentially a living black hole, the Plumbers can’t risk time in taking her in. So they use the prisoner who was stuck in the cell next to hers. Prisoner 775. While Ben, Gwen, and Kevin are hesitant about working with him, they don’t have a choice if they want to find her before all of Bellwood is crushed into a single space.

 

Episode 14 – Day of the Frog Part 1: The Incurseans have officially launched their attack against Earth. Knowing they can’t repel the invasion right now, the Plumbers raise a planetary shield to hold off the Incurseans. Knowing it’ll only slow them down, the Plumbers begin to gear up for war, with Ben being just about their only hope.

 

Episode 15 – Day of the Frog Part 2: The Incurseans have broken through the shield, Ben has been defeated and sent away, and the population of Bellwood has learned of the aliens living under their feet with the exposure of Undertown. With odds such stacked against them, the Plumbers go underground making hit and run tactics in an ill-fated attempt to do something. Meanwhile, a far more phsycially fit and intimidating Incursean has shown up on the scene, but why is he so different?

 

Episode 16 – Day of the Frog Part 3: The strange new Incursean’s true identity is revealed, Ben in a new alien! With some extra help, Ben leads another attack against Milleous to attempt to drive the Incurseans off Earth once and for all. The final battle of the invasion is nigh. And with both side of the Bellwood population rooting for him, there’s no way he’s going down without a fight!

 

 

Season 4 – DNA Wars

Episode 1 – Diplomatic Immunity: After the event that would be come to known as the “Incursean War”, the Plumbers use Galactic Enforcer HQ as a setting for a galactic peace treaty and alliance between multiple planets. As a hero of two wars, Ben, as Gravattack, oversees the whole delegations hopefully leading it to a peaceful conclusion.  Unknown to most parties there, one has sent the Hulex, a group of insectoid beasts, to destroy Gravattack’s core. Will they be able to squash the bugs is the whole conference doomed?

 

Episode 2 – This Saturday: An unlikely alliance of Animo and Hex has been formed. During their investigation of the bizarre team up, Ben receives help from another group specializing in bizarre, unknown earth creatures, the Secret Saturdays! The team up begins to make sense when the fusion of science and sorcery is being used to revive the cryptid archenemy of the Saturdays, V.V. Argost!

 

Episode 3 – The Ultimate Plumber: Ben has been acting different lately. Instead of operating more heat of the moment, he is acting more mature and calculating. While Rook is convinced this is just Ben finally accepting responsibility and acting more like a Plumber. But Kevin and Gwen are not as convinced. So why is Ben acting this way, and is it normal or something far worse?

 

Episode 4 – Forever and Ever: The Forever Knight scientist, Dr. Joseph Chadwick, has established himself as the Forever King. He forms a new plan to destroy every alien on Earth, bringing a sympathic ally into the fold of his plan. But an obstacle known as Jimmy Jones shows up in his plan, having learned the whole thing. Ben has to both protect Jimmy while dealing with the coming plan.

 

Episode 5 – Prison Riot: As the team trains due to one of their most dangerous criminals escaped, Albedo manages to sneak his way into Plumber HQ. He jumps Ben, revealing the Supremitrix was never truly finished. One key point is the DNA Regulator found in the Omnitrix. Albedo manages to steal the part causing the Omnitrix to go haywire, turning a series of prisoners and plumbers into bizarre hybrids! With a malfunctioning Omnitrix, mutated plumbers, and powered up prisoners, this is not gonna be easy.

 

Episode 6 – Steam Drives the Wheels: An expo featuring the latest advancements in the various fields of science is being held in Bellwood due to the reveal of Undertown. And while at first it seems to be going off without any problems, a villainous scientist by the name of Steam Smythe appears, threatening the Expo. It’s a battle for the future of Earth against a guy more than happy to send it to the past.

 

Episode 7 – Skies of War: The Forever Knights steal a prototype airel combat and troop transport vechicle from Area 51. Armed to the teeth with many alien weapons, this could allow the Forever Knights an advantage in their war against aliens. And the whole time, Colonel Rozum might know more than he’s letting on.

 

Episode 8 – Mud Stains: Kevin and Rook go off world for an alien car show. Meanwhile, all Mr. Smoothy locations are closed for the time being leaving Ben a little on edge. Meanwhile, a specific kind of criminal is attacking locations across the planet important to the Plumbers. A plumber assigned to figure it out is convinced that not only are the attacks being done by Lenopan and a plumber, in short, Lucy Mann. Ben has to prove his cousin-in-law innocent, even with evidence stacking against her.

 

Episode 9 – Car Trouble: While the team is down on Earth dealing with a Lenopan thief and an eager Plumber who is convinced her has the culprit figured out, Kevin and Rook are enjoying themselves at a car show on Khoros. But fun turns into work when a criminal machine called OTTO attacks the car show. It’s up to Kevin and Rook to save both the carshow and their own rides!

 

Episode 10 – Watch Batteries: Albedo is a serious threat with his new invention. An upgrade on the Ultimatrix pushing him even further along the evolutionary timeline. The only advantage they have is how quickly it exhausts an alternate form if he transforms to the final stage. So Albedo is going to try to find a way to properly finish the new device. His first attempt is to try to obtain a better power source for it.

 

Episode 11 – Hot Dinner Visit: Ester invites the others to a celebration of the Kraaho as a way to help them get along better with others. During this sacred feast, things begin to go wrong with Seebik swearing it is their gods punishing them for letting a hybrid rule over them.

 

Episode 12 – In the Pits: Khyber is clearly not happy with being beaten by Ben. So with no payment from anyone, he goes after Ben and his team on his own, kidnapping them and trapping them in a wilderness in order to hunt them down on his terms. This is nothing the team can’t deal with, that is, if the Omnitrix hasn’t trapped Ben in a new alien form of a familiar snake.

 

Episode 13 – Cursed Irons: Learning of the collection of magic being handled by the Iron Workers, Hex seems intent on getting his hands on it. Staying one step ahead of everything, a chilling theory is hatched. That Hex has someone inside the Iron Workers feeding him this information. But who exactly is the traitor?

 

Episode 14 – Separation Anxiety: Rook’s sister Shar is finally accepted into the Plumber Academy. But before she leaves, Kundo appears having learned of her leaving. Unable to stop her, he follows. Back on Earth, Kundo swears to drag all Revonnahganders who dared leave their homeland back home, by any means necessary. Is Ben able to stop him, or is this fight all Rook’s?

 

Episode 15 – Crank the Volume: A concert coming through Bellwood seems like all fun and games until a new villain by the name of Lord Decibel attacks it. Using a bizarre insturment that appears to be a mix of a keyboard and a guitar video game controller. And with his weaponized sound and music, is a new alien enough to turn the tide?

 

Episode 16 – Superior Minds Part 1: Realizing there is only one way to properly finish the Supremitrix, capture Azmuth and siphon off his intelligence into his own mind. Calling upon the deadly bounty hunters of ZeroZero and Khyber, to capture the First Thinker and bring him to him. If Albedo can actually finish the Supremitrix, there will be no stopping him.

 

Episode 17 – Superior Minds Part 2: Unable to handle the superior mind power of Azmuth, Albedo uses the best of the Supremitrix he could finish to take on Ben, willing to destroy all of Galvan Prime to take out Ben and the unintelligent Azmuth. But is abusing a half finished product finally about to force its price upon the evil Galvan?

 

 

Season 5 – Galactic Monsters

Episode 1 – Send in the Clowns: Zombozo has returned, alongside his criminal circus gang. And people of Bellwood are being turned into zombie-like clowns under his control. Is Ben able to handle this alone, or has Zombozo truly had the last laugh?

 

Episode 2 – A bizarre portal shows up in the desert outside Bellwood. Out of it stumble threats from another dimension, The Pack. While this world lacks nanites, giving Van Kleiss a disadvantage, Ben will still need the help of a friend he thought he’d never see again to win the day.

 

Episode 3 – Knights of the Round Watch: Kai has contacted Ben directly asking for his help. During a mission to follow up on some information that the Forever Knights where after something in London, her grandfather was captured. In the foggy city, they learn what the Forever Knights are after. The legendary blade of King Arthur and Camelot, Excalibur!

 

Episode 4 – Animo Farm: Dr. Animo arrives from the future to bust himself out of prison, the team receives a little extra help in the form of an unknown super hero and ally of Professor Paradox. A hero named Chrono Spanner.

 

Episode 5 – Monster Mash: Rook receives a message from an old Plumber Academy friend, a Loboan Plumber by the name of Scout, claiming something massive happening on Anur Transyl. But once there, not only do the ship’s engines give out, but Scout says he never sent any transmission down to Earth. It wouldn’t be long before they’re forced to face an all too familiar face of Ben’s past, a face that still scares him just a bit.

 

Episode 6 – By the Light of the Moon: Believing the moon of Anur Transyl, Luna Lobo, may be a part of Z’Skayr’s plan, the team investigates the natural satellite. There find one of his primary goons, the Loboan criminal Pitamont forcing the various Packs, including Scout’s own, to dig into the moon looking for something. Is the DNA Source for Ghostfreak after Corrodium? Or is there something else?

 

Episode 7 – Bittersweet Viktory: The engine of the Lucky Duck is still damaged, and would never last traveling any further than the moon. And while the Transylians are not a race of geniuses, there is at least enough technical knowledge to get an engine that will work enough to get the Lucky Duck inter-planetary again.

 

Episode 8 – Silent Space: While in the Anur System, Rad’s ship picks up a distress signal from a plumber ship near the area. The source of the distress is a large ship which has clearly been sabatoged. The Plumber claims that somehow a highly deadly alien snuck aboard the ship. While Ben, Kevin, and Gwen hunt it down, Rook investigates parts of the story that aren’t sitting right with him.

 

Episode 9 – Walk Like an Egyptian: The first stop the team makes with the fresh engine in the Lucky Duck is the home planet of the Thep Khufan, Anur Khufos. On the desert planet, they find another part of Z’Skyar’s plan this one being overlooked by the female of his crew, the Thep Khufan Cleotet.

 

Episode 10 – Creature from the Space Lagoon: So far Zs’Skayr’s been one step ahead of Ben and the team, turning defeat into victory. They land upon a horrid swamp planet known as Anur Ichth. To their surprise it seems Zs’Skayr seemed to have completely over looked this planet. Joy turns to sorrow as the team is soon stalked by something in the swamp waters of the planet.

 

Episode 11 – Great Ape Escape: On a strangly normal planet, at least normal for the Anur system, Ben and Co. encounter some Anur aliens from the various planets in obvious distress. Attacking their city is a rare large ape-like alien. Ben prepares to fight the large alien, believing he has just the alien to take it on.

 

Episode 12 – Halloween Charm: Chasing down Zs’Skayr has lead them back down to Anur Transyl. There, they find themselves deep in an abandoned castle of the planet. In there, a portal to Ledgerdomain exists, with Charmcaster appearing on the alien world, citing the need

 

Episode 13 – : The team finds themselves on a frozen planet called Anur Canni, the home of Wind-igo’s species. Hidden somewhere in this ice covered planet of gluttony proned aliens is yet another part piece of the plan Zs’Skayr is up to. The primary problem facing them isn’t Zs’Skayr’s forces, but rather the high level of delicacy that humans are.

 

Episode 14 – Ghost of a Chance: The final part of Zs’Skayr’s plan is found, and the full details of his plan are revealed as well. Primary problem is Anur Phaetos is perhaps the universe’s greatest secret, even to other beings of the Anur system. One Ectonurite appears to help them to the primary castle, but can he be trusted? And can the team even hope to defeat an enemy who draws his power from darkness on a world where the sun never shines?

 

Episode 15 – Blackest Night Part 1: The most feared and hated being from the entire Anur system has been resurrected. With his power, Zs’Skayr plans to expand his rule across the universe. With a being as deadly as this allied with him, is Ben able to actually defeat the older true self of one of his most dangerous foes?

 

Episode 16 – Blackest Night Part 2: Lord Transyl successfully takes control of Ben’s friends, and withdraws to his former castle where Zs’Skayr joins him. And while Ben has unlocked a Vladat form and taken control of Zs’Skayr’s men, he only has so much time to work with. Ben has to take on one of the most feared being to ever exist, with very little help and many obstacles.

 

Season 6 – Rooters of all Evil

Episode 1 – Broken Engagement: Kai comes to Bellwood for a serious discussion on the future of a possible relationship. Meanwhile, Looma attacks Bellwood demanding Ben marry her now. No one is willing to just let her drag Ben away. But is his team able to fight a marriage crazy Tetramand?

 

Episode 2 – Ten-ken: A large interplanetary fighting tournament is being held in Bellwood. Meanwhile Fistina and Fisttrick escape from Plumber custody, with suspection instantly falling upon them being part of the tournament. In order to disguise themselves, Ben and Rook go undercover as fighters in the tournament.

 

Episode 3 – Hero Time: A bizarre new hero dressed in power armor similar to Captain Nemisis’s old armor. As the hero’s popularity soars, Harangue’s popularity seems to be going along with the ride. But as all of this is happening, Ben is growing more and more suspicious. How can a single hero know everything seemingly before it happens?

 

Episode 4 – Coughing Fit: When Argit accidently swallows a piece of tech that can create Techadon robots at an unlimited rate, it’s up to Ben to protect the scam artist from multiple alien bounty hunters and scum who are trying to get the machine inside Argit’s stomach. Meanwhile, Chrono Spanner returns to offer his aid.

 

Episode 5 – At their Roots: A darker, debunked faction of the Plumbers called the Rooters has reared its head, believing Ben to be the ultimate threat to the universe. Things quickly begin to go south as a connection between Kevin and the Rooters is revealed. Things begin to grow even worse as one of Ben’s most dangerous enemies returns, working with the Rooters.

 

Episode 6 – A Peace of the Past: A female Galvan by the name of Luhley arrives on Earth warning the Plumbers of an incoming threat from the past. In Area 51, long since abandoned after Rozum was arrested, a strange and unstoppable super weapon emerges. The only hope the team has for the safety of Earth is a weapon made specifically to stop this threat. Can they do it? Or is Earth doomed to accept peace by force?

 

Episode 7 - : Phil appears again free of the Null Void begging for help. His health is failing, leaving him barely alive. While an enemy, he was Max’s partner and friend allowing him to be treated. Meanwhile, an unknown monster begins to stalk the streets of Bellwood.

 

Episode 8 – : Ben and his team manage to uncover a series of old data files on an encrypted hard drive in the Plumber Base. Despite protests from Rook, they look into it anyway. Turns out the files are connected to the Rooters, but more surprisingly, are also connected to the Plumber Helper’s parents. Gathering them to look further, a chilling possibility dawns to them, forcing them to ask for information from the only one left alive, a Pyronite Plumber by the name of Albright.

 

Episode 9 – Younger, Stronger, Better: Kevin sneaks away in the dead of the night to confront Aggregor directly about what this history with the Rooters means exactly. Unfortuantly, it seems Aggregor had planned for Kevin to come to him, and had assembled a trinity of aliens for one goal…possessing the younger Osmosian, and use him as a tool for the Rooters.

 

Episode 10 – : Kundo appears again, clearly bitter over his defeat by Rook’s hand. Believing he can cripple the Plumbers by ‘cutting off their control of the stars’, the rogue Revonnahgander starts to attack the launch of a new rocket.

 

Episode 11 – : The Rooters prepare another attack. This time against a plumber base. But of all possible targets, they seem interested in Helen Wheels and Manny Armstrong. The Rooters manage to trigger the base’s lockdown preventing them from being able to get the intended targets from the base. But as the fight goes on, it becomes clear Servantis knows a lot more than anyone is telling.

 

Episode 12 – Mud on his Hands: Still convinced that Lucy is a potential threat to the Plumbers, especially with the threat from the Rooters and the loss of Kevin to their ranks, Sparax prepares a plan to expose her and expunge her from the Plumber Ranks. But how far is he willing to go to prove what he believes is true.

 

Episode 13 – : Between the attack from the Rooters, and Sparax treason to convict Lucy, the Plumber base isn’t in good shape. So while the Plumbers work on repairing and upgrading the base, Ben and his team are assigned with collecting an important component for the base. Things get complicated when Fisttrick shows up interested in the same component.

 

Episode 14 – Project Mutation Part 1: Ben, Gwen, Rook, and the Plumber’s Helpers attempt an attack on the Rooter Base in the Null Void. At first the numbers help and the battle seems to be going in their favor. But Servantis is able to sway the others to his side, claiming it is the will of their parents, and showing them the potential danger that is their friend Ben. Now dramatically outmatched, Gwen, Rook, and Ben pull back.

 

Episode 15 – Project Mutation Part 2: The Rooters seem to be unstoppable. With all the hybrids on their side, it seems impossible to defeat them. So Gwen, Rook, Ben, and Argit are forced into hiding in some of Argit and Kevin’s old smuggling tunnels. Unfortuantly their hiding doesn’t last forever and are eventually captured by the Rooters. In the struggle, Kevin ends up mutating into a larger, more powerful form than ever before. It’s the final show down against the fallen plumbers, but is there even any hope left?

 

 

Season 7 – Dark Reign

Episode 1 – : A new philanthropic movement is gaining momentum in Bellwood, lead by a doctor of Sociology named Norrington. After the events that played out with the Flame Keeper’s Circle, Ben isn’t exactly willing to just trust them. Concerned over the safety of the town, if not the full world, he has Kevin go undercover as a person in need while the others see what Dr. Norrington is really up to.

 

Episode 2 – Charming: Darkstar is trying to find the Keystone of Bezel, believing it to be the key of releasing his power. Gwen, who still owns the Keystone as a momento, receives a letter from an unknown source who claims he can help her understand the secrets of the stone. To learn about it, and keep Darkstar from getting his hands on it, the team has to go to Friedkin University.

 

Episode 3 – Museum Night: Kai invites Ben, and the others, to a display of ancient alien artifacts uncovered by her grandfather. What should have been a nice relaxing trip borderlining on double date turns into a mission when someone tries to steal a relic from the museum, only to be stopped by the re-appearance of Chrono Spanner.

 

Episode 4 – : Trying to learn more about Yog-Sothoth, Gwen reaches out to Charmcaster believing she might know something. Unfortuantly, things aren’t great in Ledgerdomain as Hex has found his way home at the same time Adwita desires to take command back. A war on three fronts, is Ben and team able to turn the tides.

 

Episode 5 – A reputable confidential informant informs the plumbers of a major weapon sale going on lead by Fisttrick. When they get there to stop it and arrest the guilty parties, they pause and pull back when the buyer is none other than Dr. Norrington. Worried about what he would do with access to the kind of weapons Fisttrick offer, Ben goes undercover as an average alien in Fisttrick’s gym.

 

Episode 6 – With a Lee-ttle Help: The leader of the Iron Workers contacts Ben, knowing of the Plumbers are dealing with a cult trying to bring about the return of Yog-Sothoth. Turns out in a museum in a town called Orchid Bay is an artifact that might help in their mission. But while there they meet a young woman and wind up getting drawn into a battle of mythical proportions.

 

Episode 7 – : A member of the dragon species appears on Earth and immediately draws the attention of the Forever Knights. Seeing it clearly as a young member of the species, Ben offers the dragon his help to get off Earth. But is Ben able to protect an alien target as sought after as this?

 

Episode 8 – : Sunny reappears, being sent to the Plumber Academy as a way to try to straighten out her life. In addition to being annoyed over her essentially transfer to Military School, but the break up with her boyfriend Antonio. An angry Anodite is trouble enough, but amplified tenfold when Norrington has seemed to learn about her and is zeroing in.

 

Episode 9 – A Feline, a Frog, and a Fourarms: When Rayonna comes down to Earth for a visit, she and Rook go on a double date with Ben and Kai. Date is cut short when a villain by the name of Nyancy Chan is up to no good. Meanwhile, Princess Looma and Attea reappear and begin to battle over which one of them gets to marry Ben.

 

Episode 10 – : Against all odds, Sublimino manages to escape Plumber custody. Somehow it would appear the officer assigned to him was hypnotized into helping him out. With someone like him out and about, things can only get worst.

 

Episode 11 – Bang! Zoom!: Vulkanus is back, this time preforming his drilling operation on the Moon. While his operation is legal and proper, the team knows him to well to let him have complete mining to something that close to Earth. While getting to the moon is far from a difficult task, it’s something that must be done.

 

Episode 12 – : For reasons that no one can quite understand, it seems Norrington has partnered with Will Harangue. Citing the problem of the practically homeless alien population living in the town as the source of the chaos that seems to focus on Bellwood. Will announces the opening of an Alien Education center, and this immediately doesn’t sit right with Ben and the others. What’s really going on here?

 

Episode 13 – : S.A.M. has somehow been rebuilt. The first place Ben checks is Chicago with S.A.M.’s original builder Vance Vetteroy. While he built this new S.A.M., he lost him some time ago. During the time they were away, the mother of all storms appears upon Bellwood. The team has to hurry back and deal with a storm that only a certain robot can be behind. But who is behind the robot?

 

Episode 14 – : A mysterious unknown performer appears in Bellwood, holding a full concert for anyone, but especially the males of the town. Almost immediately things go wrong when the female’s full identity is revealed and the men of her show fall under her spell.

 

Episode 15 – The Summoning Part 1: Norrington and his cult prepare to open a rift into the home dimension of Yog-Sothoth. If the various others are to be believed, if Yog-Sothoth fully enters this world he would become to powerful to stop, even for Alien X. So the team has to stop his arrival, no matter what.

 

Episode 16 – The Summoning Part 2: Yog-Sothoth begins to worm his way into our world, the seals keeping him out have been broken. There is one legend that states a way to temporarily depower him. But only if it is used against him on the spot he was summoned in. Since he hasn’t broken through entirely as of yet, the spell might be able to be the key to force him back to his own realm.

 

 

Season 8 – Battle for Reality

Episode 1 – Present of the Past: Eon returns, attempting to claim Paradox’s Chrono Navigator. Their fight spills into Bellwood, and during it Ben winds up swapping minds with his 11-year-old self. Kevin, Gwen, and Rook have to deal with the problems arrived from a Ben whose knowledge is how many years out of touch.

 

Episode 2 – Pulling the Strings: A virtual reality helmet is sweeping Bellwood as part of a new trend. Unfortunately, just a few days after their emergence, things start to spiral downhill. People wearing the helmets are beginning to commit crimes, driven by some unknown force. Both Kevin and Ben are trapped in the helmet’s world leaving Rook and Gwen to do the saving.

 

Episode 3 – Lava Leech: When an unknown lifeform crashes on Earth, Ben immediately gets déjà vu. And as fate would have it, it’s a good thing he does as a very specific trio of aliens appear along with it. Saying how this new great one needs the raw heat of the Earth’s molten core to live in the cold vacuum of space. The fact that the Earth will literally cave in on itself is a small price to pay in their eyes.

 

Episode 4 – Plumbing Cleaner: A dangerous warbot appears on Earth after a prisoner ship is attacked by an unknown threat. Once freed from his containment, his programming triggers and he seeks out anyone or anything with the Plumber Insignia and terminate them. Without knowing what created the war bot, none of them know the exact strengths and powers of the warbot.

 

Episode 5 – Time Bomb: Eon attempts to secure himself a Chronosapien Time Bomb, a device that can decay items and beings caught in the blast zone past the decay of their protons. Such a powerful weapon in the hands of Eon could mean the end of how many innocent lives.

 

Episode 6 – : Will Harangue’s ratings are at an all-time low. The network has even threatened to nullify his contract if they don’t start going back up. In an attempt to recover, he attempts to appeal to the moral guardians of the town with blatant anti-alien relationship propaganda.

 

Episode 7 – : An alien warlord believed to be long since dead reappears triggering negative memories in Grandpa Max. Understanding just how much of a threat this could be, the team goes to attack his ship. Inside they find something horrifying. He was believed to be dead, but in reality, he survived as just a brain!

 

Episode 8 – 3rd Degree Burners: Obsessed with making a truly warm place for the Kraaho on Earth, and to prove himself a superior leader than Ester, Seebik forms an alliance with fellow heat loving alien criminals, P’andor and Vulkanus. With all three working together, Ben will need all the help he can get to keep Bellwood from turning into a giant lava swimming pool!

 

Episode 9 – The Master’s Count: When Rook is stuck working the graveyard shift, Kundo re-appears. Burned and scarred from their last encounter, he is obsessed with not only ending his own “twisted existence” but taking Earth’s Plumber population with him.

 

Episode 10 – Want to Play a Game?: Slix Vigma appears once again after all these years. He seems to have gone legit, instead hosting an alien obstacle course channel show. But seems he isn’t fully reformed as the gang is teleported into the game against their will. Unwilling to let them go unless they win, Ben and Kevin are forced again to compete for the twisted machine. At least they aren’t alone, nor are they being forced to cooperate.

 

Episode 11 – Battle for Reality Part 1: Professor Paradox appears with a horrifying warning. Eon seems to have developed a new plan. He plans on finding an ancient space station from which the Contemelia created the universe. The only way for him to find it is to re-assemble an ancient map that was broken into three millennia ago.

 

Episode 12 – Battle for Reality Part 2: One piece of the map has been claimed. This leaves just two more. The team is forced to go deep underground in search of another piece of the map. Since this involves an element of exploring and archeology, the team decides to get help from Kai Green.

 

Episode 13 – Battle for Reality Part 3: Ben and company go after the last piece of the map. Professor Paradox considered this and stashed it away in a place that only he and a few others could get to, an alternate reality. But the reality they go to isn’t anywhere close to normal.

 

Episode 14 – Battle for Reality Part 4: Things are not looking good. Eon has managed to get all three pieces of the map and now he is prepared to go after the Contemelia Space Station. The only advantage they have is the station won’t appear for a few decades. Eon can’t travel through time as well as Paradox, so the team takes a trip to the future to try to stop Eon before they lose all chances they have left.

 

Episode 15 – Battle for Reality Part 5: Unable to stop Eon in the future, they attempt to chase him down and beat him to the station. But the station is a bizarre place with the timelines all connect. If Eon succeeds in setting off a Chronosapien time bomb at the core of the station, all of reality will be wiped out. And what’s worse, if he uses his powers to restore it, Eon will become one with the timestream itself making him unstoppable. It’s the final battle, one of greater threat and consequences than ever before!

SSBR Moveset - Riku
Darkness isn't always evil. And showing us that is the next fighter to make it as a smash brother:
A New Challenger Approaches!
Riku Masters the Fight!
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History

Universe: Kingdom Hearts

Debut: Kingdom Hearts (2002)

Console of Origin: Sony PlayStation 2

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Statistics

Strength: 4/5

Speed: 3/5

Attack Speed: 4/5

Jump: 3/5

Gravity: 3.5/5

Weight: 3.5/5

Traction: 2.5/5

Height:  4/5

Swimming: 5/5

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Appearances

Default Color: Blue jeans, white and yellow zip up vest. Black vest under it

Alternative Colors-

Red Team: dark red jeans, red and white zip up vest, black vest under it

Blue Team: blue jeans, blue and white zip up vest, black vest under it

Green Team: green jeans, green and white zip up vest, black vest under it

Other 1: purple jeans, purple and white zip up vest, black vest under it

Other 2: black jeans, black and white vest, black vest under it

Alternative Costume: Dark Mode

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Poses

Entrance: Riku raises up from a pool of darkness in the ground

Victory Pose 1: Riku swipes at the screen with his keyblade

Victory Pose 2: Riku summons up a dark fire spell in his palm before gripping his hand and putting it out

Victory Pose 3: Riku cracks his knuckles against his palms

Defeat Pose 1: Darkness swarms around Riku for a bit

Defeat Pose 2: Riku stumbles back but manages to regain his balance

Defeat Pose 3: Riku seems to flicker into the likeness of Ansem the Seeker of Darkness

Idle: Riku points his keyblade forwards

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Quotes

Victory 1: “Don’t tell me you’re giving up already!”

Victory 2: No dialogue

Victory 3: “Is that all you got?”

Defeat 1: “It’s not over, not yet…”

Defeat 2: “My skills… failed me.”

Defeat 3: No dialogue

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Taunts

Taunt 1: Riku lets darkness surge around him and says, “Now witness true power!”

Taunt 2: Riku lowers himself to the ground as if preparing for a leaping attack “Outta my way!”

Taunt 3: Riku does a strike with the keyblade right in front of him

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Injury Poses

Damage > 50%: Riku’s outfit is torn

Damage > 90%: Riku’s outfit is torn more and there is a dark aura around him

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Abilities

Wall Jump: Riku is able to jump off walls

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Attacks

Neutral Attack 1 (A): Keyblade strike

Neutral Attack 2 (AA): Keyblade strike

Neutral Attack 3 (AAA): Keyblade strike

Up Attack: Keyblade uppercut

Down Attack: Keyblade ground strike

Side Attack: Keyblade stab

Ledge Attack: Riku rolls himself up onto the stage and pushes off with his hands to attempt to hit someone with his feet

Dash Attack: Riku jumps forward with a spinning attack

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Smash Attacks

Up Smash: Riku does a wide sweep above him

Down Smash: Riku releases a ring of fire around him

Side Smash: Riku uses a stab attack infused with dark energy

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Aerial Attacks

Neutral: Keyblade strike

Forward: Keyblade stab

Backward: spin attack

Upward: Keyblade uppercut

Downward: Riku fires a blizzard spell beneath him

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Grabs

Grab: Simple grab

Grab Attack: Punch

Forward Throw: Riku smashes the opponent away with the keyblade

Backward Throw: Riku flips over the target before smashing them away with the keyblade

Upward Throw: Riku lifts the enemy up on the keyblade before jumping up and releasing a flurry of strikes

Downward Throw: Riku casts a gravity spell

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Specials

Neutral Special – Dark Firaga: Riku’s signature move. Using a mixture of dark and fire magic, Riku releases a trio of dark fireballs. This attack is fast but flies in a solely straight line. But if you can manage to catch them on the first one, they’ll take the other two guaranteed!

Side Special – Sonic Blade: Riku has always been more agile than Sora. One of his ways to show that is the use of the Sonic Blade attack. A quick dash with his keyblade allowing him to easily move a decent enough amount of space while doing damage passing through enemies. Use with caution as there is always the chance you could throw yourself off the edge of a platform.

Up Special – Flowmotion: Like Sora, Riku possesses the power of Flowmotion. Unlike Sora, his is far more able to control his and turn his into a much more of an attack. Riku’s flowmotion is faster and hits harder, and even curve his path in addition to shooting off at an angle or straight up. But once again, try to aim for your enemies to latch on shoot off again.

Down Special – Guard: As a Keyblade Master, Riku is far more skilled than Sora in his weapon. In this case he will hold his keyblade out in front of him in a defensive manner. Should a ranged attack come at him, he’ll deflect it and counter with a single dark fire ball. Attempting to him with a melee attack will send him onto his back, only for him to instantly shoot back up with both feet coming at the attacker.

Final Smash – Dark Aura: One of Riku’s strongest moves, if not his strongest. He has conquered the forces of darkness inside him and forced them to obey his will. Using this, Riku gains the ability to shoot himself forward quickly before disappearing, reappearing elsewhere and doing it again. After a short time, he will appear in the center of his attack dashes and slam his keyblade into the ground resulting in a massive explosion of darkness.

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Snake Codec

Snake: This kid seems different from the last time I saw a kid with a key.

Colonel: That’s because that’s Riku Snake. He’s been through more than most people twice his age.

Snake: How did he manage that?

Colonel: He fell into the darkness Snake. Literally. He became consumed by a primal force of darkness.

Snake: Ouch, that kind of sucks. So how did he find his way out?

Colonel: Friendship apparently. After he was fully taken over by an evil person who stole the name “Ansem” he was able to exercise enough to slow him down.

Snake: But that didn’t explain how he’s here.

Colonel: Well that is because after his possessed body was beaten by the friend he saved, his managed to take back control of his body. And after the fake Kingdom Hearts was destroyed, his form was changed back to normal.

Snake: So, he’s been possessed, beaten, then changed back to normal. I guess that is pretty serious.

Colonel: Exactly, and he’s picked up a fair amount of battle experience for his trouble. Best of luck Snake.

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Palutena Guidance

Pit: I don’t get it, that weapon reminds me a lot of you Lady Palutena, but the guy himself reminds me more of Hades or Medusa.

Palutena: Not surprising. Riku has a stain of darkness on him. It’s in no way controlling him, but it’s still there.

Viridi: Of course, he’s able to put it to good use. He can channel the darkness for attacks. Everything from dark fireballs to his Final Smash. Dashing through the area and portals to strike multiple times before releasing a catastrophic explosion.

Pit: Doesn’t sound like too nice of a guy.

Palutena: He’s gotten better over the years. And don’t be so quick to judge Pit. Believe it or not, Riku is yet another righteous warrior, despite his element of choice.

Pit: Wait, he’s a good guy who uses darkness? Is that allowed?

Viridi: He’s a rare exemption Pit. A grey area in life. But don’t worry too much about it, I doubt you’d be able to fully understand it.

Palutena: But above all else be careful Pit. He has the ability to protect himself with his Keyblade, and repel any attack you try to hit him with.

Pit: Thanks for the advice! And I don’t care if he’s some kind of weird grey darkness, I’m not gonna lose to it!

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Stage Information

Stage – Destiny Island: The home island of this young Keyblade Master. Do battle down on the beach where many training scraps where held. Obviously, there is a lack of pitfalls, so there is a lack of worry about your footing. Really the stage is a dull one, at least unless the battle happens at night. For if the sun is down, the heartless can show up. Be careful for a large Darkside will appear and swing his  mighty fists down to the ground.

Stage Music-

1) Night of Fate

2) Bustin' Up on the Beach

3) Forze del Male

4) Riku’s Theme

5) The Eye of Darkness

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Other Information

Revival Platform: A purple and black smokey platform

Kirby Hat: Kirby gains Riku’s hair and the Dark Firaga ability

Selection Quote: “You up for this?”

Victory Music: Victory Fanfare – Kingdom Hearts Unchained X

Classic Mode Credit Music: Sanctuary

Trophy Description: A boy hailing from Destiny Island. Riku’s heart was swallowed by the darkness on a fateful night that gave Sora the keyblade. During this time, Riku allowed a man known as “Ansem the Seeker of Darkness” into his heart. But when his friend needed him the most, he fought free of the control and held him back. When he was defeated, Riku’s body was his again. He later became a young Keyblade Master, and is ready to fight against any darkness with a controlled darkness of his own.

Final Smash Trophy: Riku shooting through the air with a dark portal behind him

Final Smash Trophy Description: Riku’s Final Smash. Having tamed the darkness inside his heart, he is able to use it for power. Riku can use this power to disappear into portal and reappear again for a strike from another direction. After a series of blows, he slams his keyblade into the ground, creating a massive explosion of magic.

Associated Trophies:

    1)      Riku

    2)      Dark Aura (Final Smash)

    3)      Ansem the Wise

    4)      Aqua

    5)      Terra

    6)      Ventus

    7)      Komory Bat

    8)      Meow Wow

    9)      King Mickey

    10)   Yen Sid

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SSBR Moveset - Sora
A warrior from another world. He's shown up weapon in hand to become a Smash Brother:
New Challenger Approaching!
Sora Unlocks the Fight!

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History

Universe: Kingdom Hearts

Debut: Kingdom Hearts (2002)

Console of Origin: PlayStation 2

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Statistics

Strength: 3/5

Speed: 3/5

Attack Speed: 3/5

Jump: 3.5/5

Gravity: 3/5

Weight: 3/5

Traction: 2.5/5

Height: 3.5/5

Swimming: 5/5

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Appearances

Default Color: Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance Outfit

Alternative Colors-

Red Team: Valor Form with one keyblade

Blue Team: Wisdom Form with standard movement

Green Team: Green colored default

Other 1: Final Form with basic Keyblade attacks

Other 2: Master Form with one keyblade

Alternative Costume: Kingdom Hearts 1 outfit

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Poses

Entrance: Sora Flowmotions in from no where.

Victory Pose 1: Sora spins the keyblade in front of him before letting it rest on his shoulder.

Victory Pose 2: Sora lets the keyblade rest on his shoulder with a stupid grin

Victory Pose 3: Sora does a diagonal swipe with the keyblade

Defeat Pose 1: A heart shaped glow of energy leaves Sora for a moment before returning

Defeat Pose 2: Sora kicks at the dirt

Defeat Pose 3: Sora slumps forward disappointed

Idle: Sora takes a more relaxed stance, lazily bouncing the tip of his keyblade on the ground

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Quotes

Victory 1: “That’s the power of the Keyblade!”

Victory 2: No dialogue

Victory 3: “Nothing to it!”

Defeat 1: No dialogue

Defeat 2: “I blew it”

Defeat 3: “I give up”

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Taunts

Taunt 1: Sora thrusts the keyblade straight up into the air

Taunt 2: Sora folds both hands behind his head and crosses one leg over the other

Taunt 3: Sora does a quick swipe with the keyblade that somehow causes munny to drop. Munny is complete pointless but will be collected by anyone

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Injury Poses

Damage > 50%: Sora’s outfit has a few black spots on it from singeing and soot

Damage > 90%: Sora’s outfit gains a few new rips in it

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Abilities

Crawl: Sora can crawl along the ground

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Attacks

Neutral Attack 1 (A): Keyblade strike

Neutral Attack 2 (AA): Keyblade strike

Neutral Attack 3 (AAA): Keyblade strike

Up Attack: Keyblade upper cut

Down Attack: Overhead Keyblade attack

Side Attack: Keyblade stab

Ledge Attack: Sora flips himself up and stabs his keyblade intot he ground

Dash Attack: Sora preforms the vortex ability, closing the distance with a jumping spin attack

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Smash Attacks

Up Smash: Sora uses the Slapshot ability, attacking with a large vertical swing

Down Smash: Sora uses the Gravity Break ability, bringing a small gravity spell down on his enemy with the tip of his keyblade

Side Smash: Sora preforms a very short ranged Sonic Blade ability

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Aerial Attacks

Neutral: Keyblade strike

Forward: Keyblade stab

Backward: Sora does a single rotation of Hurricane Period

Upward: Sora sweeps at the air above him

Downward: Sora does an overhead keyblade strike

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Grabs

Grab: Simple grab

Grab Attack: Punch

Forward Throw: Sora dashes through the opponent using the Sonic Blade ability

Backward Throw: Sora gets behind the enemy and blasts them with a blizzard spell

Upward Throw: Sora knocks the enemy into the air with the keyblade, jumps up, and delivers several more strikes

Downward Throw: Sora blasts the enemy with a thunder spell

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Specials

Neutral Special – Fire: Sora’s default spell and one he always gains early in his adventures. A powerful fireball spell Sora can fire off a fast-moving fireball that explodes into a small explosion if it manages to hit its target.

Side Special – Strike Raid: Sora’s Keyblade is more than just a melee weapon and a channeling tool for his magic. With a powerful throw, the Keyblade becomes a twirling projectile. It flies out level to Sora after a throw but doing so will leave Sora open and harmless until it reappears in his hand.

Up Special – Flowmotion: An ability Sora learned while taking the Mark of Mastery exam. It allows Sora to gain agility well beyond normal. In this case, it allows him to shoot into the air either straight up or into an angle. You should try to aim for enemies though. As hitting them causes Sora to release an attack and gain another leap of his Flowmotion.

Down Special – Explosion: Sora will slam the Keyblade to the ground causing white glowing orbs to quickly spin around him. This move will offer Sora a small degree of protection from attacks but mostly serve as a small area attack in all directions.

Final Smash – Trinity Limit: Sora is a skilled Keyblade warrior, but his true power is the power of his friends. Drawing upon this, Sora summons fourth Donald and Goofy. Sora raises his Keyblade, Donald raises his staff, and Goofy raises his shield creating a sphere of light that is drawing in his opponents. After a short time, the scene turns cinematic. Sora does a back flip and drives his Keyblade into the ground creating a complex glyph in the ground before three pillars of light erupt from the ground before a blinding flash fills the screen doing damage to any enemies who were trapped in the sphere of light.

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Snake Codec

Snake: Look, a kid…waving around a key. These fights get weirder and weirder.

Otacon: That’s Sora. A Keyblade wielder.

Snake: A Keyblade, what is that some kind of sword?

Otacon: It’s a bit more than that Snake. The weapon is mysterious, we don’t really know where they came from. But only select few can wield it.

Snake: So, what he’s a chosen hero? That’s a bit cliché.

Otacon: But he’s earned the right to wield it Snake. Sora’s young but dangerous. In addition to being a skilled keyblade user, he’s also a decent mage. An early spell he learned, and a common one he still uses, is the fire line of spells.

Snake: Fire huh? With all these explosives on me, I better keep on my toes for when he uses it.

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Palutena Guidance

Pit: Lady Palutena, something about that boy and his weapon remind me of you.

Palutena: That’s probably because he’s a warrior for the light.

Pit: Wait, so is that key one of the Ancient Treasures? Or something like it?

Palutena: Well really not. Truth is, even I don’t know where the Keyblade came from.

Viridi: Looks like your omnipotence has a few blind spots huh?

Pit: Oh and I suppose you know where they came from?

Viridi: Well…that’s a different topic.

Palutena: Anyway Pit, since he’s a fellow warrior of light, maybe go a bit easy on him.

Pit: That’s not a lot of help…

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Stage Information

Stage – Traverse Town: A mysterious world, this town only appears when people are in need of shelter. But it would appear instead of needing shelter, this time it appeared in order to give some Smash Brothers a fresh battle field! Do battle in District 2, down in the ground between the shops. The walls will prevent you from going too far left or right while down low, but jumping up onto the walkways will strip you of that protection so jump wisely!

Stage Music-

1) Hand in Hand

2) Monstrous Monstro

3) Sora’s Theme

4) Halloween Town Combat

5) Agrabah Combat

6) Destiny’s Force

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Other Information

Revival Platform: A platform of stained glass with a glowing green disk on the top

Kirby Hat: Kirby gains Sora’s hair and access to the Fire ability

Selection Quote: “No problem. Let’s do it!”

Victory Music: Victory Fanfare – Kingdom Hearts Unchained X

Classic Mode Credit Music: Simple and Clean

Trophy Description: A spirited young boy from a world known as Destiny Island. Chosen to carry a keyblade, his adventure began when heartless swarmed and destroyed his homeland. After surviving the attack, he joined forces with Captain of the Guard Goofy and Royal Mage Donald. While his quest was originally to find his friend Riku and Kairi, he began to stand against the darkness and was eventually re-united with his dear friends.

Final Smash Trophy: Sora, Donald, and Goofy with their weapons raised.

Final Smash Trophy Description: Sora’s Final Smash. Of all of Sora’s powers, possibly the greatest one is the power of his friends. By combining their strength, a brilliant ball of light that can draw foes in. After a short period of time, the ball will explode, releasing a brilliant flash of light, causing serious damage to those unlucky enough to be caught with it.

Associated Trophies:

    1)      Sora

    2)      Trinity Limit (Final Smash)

    3)      Kairi

    4)      Cloud

    5)      Leon

    6)      Aerith

    7)      Yuffie

    8)      Tifa

    9)      Donald

    10)   Goofy

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Down in Bellwood’s water front, inside a generic looking warehouse, was a single man performing a series of reps with a large dumbbell with nine weights on each end. A second man entered, mush scrawnier than the first with a black shirt, black hair, and a red stripe running through it.

“Hey boss?” The scrawny man asked trying to get his attention.

“This better be important Corvo. You know I don’t like being bothered during my workout sessions.”

“It is boss. The shipment arrived. The one from Sparksville.” The bench pressing stopped and placed the dumbbell back onto the rack on the bench

“No kidding? Well this is defiantly worth stopping the reps for.” The first man said. He pulled himself up from the bench. The man was dressed in a black shirt with a skull emblazoned on it, orange pants, spiked black armored boots, face paint similar to that of a skull, and a mohawk made up of orange spikes. “But this is great. With our fresh power source, we’ll have so much fire power, who possibly will be able to stand up to us, let alone stop us?” The man and Corvo began to laugh an evil laugh.

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Bellwood Streets…
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“AHHHHHHHHH!” Ben shouted from the passenger seat of the Proto-TRUK.

“Ben, was that really necessary?” Rook asked from the driver’s seat.

“I have to agree with Ben. Things aren’t exactly exciting lately. And on community stake-out on top of that…” Kevin said from one of the back seats. He was right of course. Aside from the Khyber incident a few weeks ago, there had been next to nothing abnormal anywhere in town.

“It would seem to be abnormally calm. Especially with Argoth being close by.” Rook commented. “Perhaps the other villains are remaining on the ground.”

“I’m guessing you mean ‘laying low’.” Kevin said, “But really I don’t see that being the case. Either way, I’m kind of glad to have the down time.”

“Considering how early Ben and I started the whole hero thing. I kind of have to agree.” Gwen added in.

“I was hoping for more action though. There are so many so many stories regarding you and Ben I would love the chance to continue to study their truth.”

“Oh? So how are the stories standing up?” Ben asked.

“So far, I would call most true, but there is one I am sure must be made up. Alien X. Surely he cannot exist.”

“What? Alien X is completely real.” Ben said.

“Yeah, and real worthless.” Kevin added.

“But I do not understand, if Alien X is so powerful, why do you not use him more often?”

“If I transform into Alien X, I’m literally a stationary statue unless I can get one of the other two personalities to agree with me. Rendering me just helpless.”

“So, you are claiming he is real, but unusable.”

“Trust me Rook, he is real, and really powerful, but also really useless.” Gwen responded.

“But don’t worry Rook, I’m more than willing to show you some of my other great aliens to show you more of the legends.”

“Yes, that would be quite brilliant to see.” The engine of the Proto-TRUK started and it left its sitting spot to be begin the night’s patrol.
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Screams pierced the clam night of Bellwood as a trio of crab-like aliens began to tear apart and eat a car. The owner witnessed all of this, backing away in fear before turning tail and running down the street, a fresh scream coming from his throat. The crab aliens where then caught off guard as a net fires through the air entangling one of the metal munching extra-terrestrial crustaceans.

Four-Arms walked into the alley cracking all four of his knuckles with Gwen having surrounded her hands in mana, Rook having the Proto-Tool ready, and Kevin absorbing the bricks of a nearby buildings. Two of the remaining three aliens coughed up a license plate and tried to awkwardly tried to stick it back on the car. Both pairs of Four Arms’ eyes rolled as battle stances where dropped and an egg-shaped pod was thrown to collect all three of the off-world vandals.

Later, down the patrol, a fish-like alien covered in tentacles was slithering down the street, a purse in one of its tentacles. The Proto-Truck swung around the corner trying to catch him while Ben as Stinkfly made a much more direct route of flight. However, the alien seemed to just be returning a purse to an old woman who didn’t even seem to know it was missing from how calmly she was sitting on the bench. Of course, that calmness was shattered when she turned and saw the alien causing her to scream and run away. Stinkfly’s eye stalk lowered in disappointment as she shifted back into Ben who got back into the Proto-Truck as it arrived.

Later in the night, a larger alien with a squid-like head was seen backing a smaller child-sized alien into a corner of an alley. The alley became bathed in the light of the Proto-TRUK’s headlights. A green flash and Ben was a pale-blue humanoid moth-like alien with a lanky build, a pair of wings that almost resembled a torn and frayed cloak, and patches of fur along his shoulders with the rest of his team standing in the alley almost looking down intimidatingly on the larger alien. The alien turned around annoyed allowing them to see a bottle as it picked up the smaller alien and began to feed it. Gwen, Rook, and Kevin began to awkwardly slink back into the Proto-TRUK while Big Chill sheepishly phased into the ground to disappear.

After a short break for food, Ben was sitting in the front seat of the Proto-TRUK finishing off a carton of chili fries. “After a faithful night of patrols, Ben 10 once again saved the world…from the dreaded car eating crabs.”

“Well at least it’s something.” Kevin said. “Even if it’s just like 10 days for property destruction.”

“I’m just a bit annoyed. I mean, I could have gotten some more stuff done around the house. Instead of this patrol.”

“Patrols are necessary regardless of how slow and eventless they may be Gwen.” Rook responded. “Besides, you never know when something may happen and we will be needed.”

“Yeah look, there’s an ordinary guy on a cellphone, let’s bust him for jaywalking.” Ben said sarcastically. The man in question was wearing a black and orange hoodie with a skull on the front. His hood was down showing the matching black and orange hair. Rook’s eyes narrowed taking in the device, a frown was forming as well.

“That does not appear to be a normal cellphone.” He said, “And that power source appears to be not of this planet. Is that normal?”

“No…no it’s not.” Ben said, “Come on, and stay quiet.” Gwen and Kevin got out of the Proto-TRUK as well.

“I’m sure I’ve seen this guy before…but I can’t remember where.” Kevin said.

“Stay quiet.” Gwen reminded her boyfriend.

“What? Tell her I’m onto something big. And once the boss man’s plan goes down, Corvo’s back on top!” The man said into his phone. He looked back at the quad of people trailing him. “I’m gonna have to call you back.” He said quickly turning around, his cellphone morphed into some kind of blaster as he fired a beam of yellow energy straight for our heroes. There was an explosion and during it he turned and ran. The smoke cleared to reveal Gwen having a mana shield up.

“By the authority of the Plumbers I order you to cease this chase!” Rook ordered.

“Make me cat-freak!” Corvo said continuing to run.

“Yeah Rook, that never works.” Ben said chasing the goon into an alley, only for him to rocket out in an orange dune buggy nearly running over the heroes.

“Guys, get back and get to the Porto-TRUK, try to cut him off!” Ben ordered.

“I got my car on Auto Pilot coming straight for us. Another four wheels on the ground should help a lot.” Rook and Ben nodded as Rook ran back for the Proto-TRUK and Ben began to charge for the buildings.

“Good luck outrunning Big Chill after I phase through these buildings.” Ben said slamming down on the Omnitrix, only to run into the wall of the building as Heatblast.

“Heatblast? Are you kidding me?” Heatblast bemoaned. “Fine, time to improvise.” Heatblast began to glow brighter before shooting a turret of fire beneath him before collecting it into a fireball, chasing after the car. Seeing the flying fire man chasing him, he pulled out his blaster again and fired into the air, making Heatblast have to weave back and forth. The driver than took a hard swerve to avoid the Proto-TRUK attempting to head him off. Rook pounded on the steering wheel in frustration before hitting a switch shifting the truck into jet mode.

Shortly after Kevin’s green muscle car gained fast on the road. A winch appeared in the front and fired out, a powerful magnet attached to the back of the car and Kevin slammed on the breaks before switching into reverse.

“That’s not gonna hold me punk.” Corvo said slamming down on the accelerator breaking the wire of the winch.

“Man, this guy’s car has some serious pep to it!” Kevin said as his car spun out a bit before he got it back into control, “Just wish I could remember who he was or where I saw him before.”

“Is that really the best thing to think about right now?” Gwen asked annoyed.

“I’ve had about enough of this.” Heatblast said increasing the speed of the fireball he rode before jumping off it. He hit his Omnitrix symbol while flying through the air changing into a bulky metal alien with various metal straps across him making him look like something akin to a walking furnace with a grill plate face with a red glow behind it.

“NRG!” He yelled smashing into the ground leaving a crater where he landed. “Alrrright, stop now and ve von't have to do zis harrrd vay.” Corvo tried to swerve out of the way, but NRG did his best to put himself in his path once again. And while the bulky metal containment suit of NRG was able to hold the runaway car for a bit, he was ultimately unable to keep him from force himself free of his grasp and drive away. “Fine, harrrd vay it zen.” The glow behind NRG’s grill plate grew brighter until he released a beam of radiation heat directly at the road melting it. The melted road continued to rush forward until it caught up to and passed the fleeing car, melted asphalt swallowing the cars of the wheels before cooling hard again.

“Ben, do you not thing that was a little unneeded?” Rook asked. NRG shifted back to Ben.

“Well we weren’t really catching him other ways.” Ben responded.

“Speaking of which,” Gwen said shooting out a stretch of pink mana grabbing Corvo as he jumped out of the car and tried to run on foot, “Where do you think you’re going?” She reeled him back. Kevin grabbed the cellphone/blaster from the guy.

“Cellphone blaster hybrid. Level 4 tech. Really only advanced cultures get this level stuff. But I doubt you got it yourself so you gotta be someone’s henchman.” Kevin said.

“That’s pretty much obvious from the stupid outfit.” Gwen added.

“You are correct Kevin.” Rook said scanning the blaster. “Level 4 technology. You picked up on it very quick.”

“What can I say, me and Argit moved a lot of tech.”

“Guys can we focus?” Ben asked, “Alright buddy, where’s your boss so I can kick his butt?”

“Please, you have no chance against my boss.” Corvo said, “Ask Levin here, he would know.”

“Yeah, I don’t remember who you are. Or your boss.” A noise came from the half-buried car.

“What was that?” Ben asked.

“I don’t know, your freak tactic probably damaged my engine.” Corvo said.

“I’ll check it out. Rook care to help me?” Kevin asked. Rook nodded in agreement.

“No, you stay away from that!” Corvo said. Rook opened the front of the buggy to see a large glowing yellow tube with smaller tubes hooked up to it. Cracks began to form in the tube before it seemed to explode into an electrical discharge. While Rook and Kevin weren’t hurt, a small battery-like alien flew out of the tube.

“A Nosedeenian.” Rook said as it zipped around the air, “He and his boss must be using them as living batteries to power their alien machines.”

“No duh.” Kevin said trying to swat the thing away from his face despite its size. “So, how do we contain this stupid thing?”

“I do not think that’s fully important Kevin. Nosedeenians are mostly just playful.” Rook said as it gave him a shock making him jump, “But they have been known to be mischievous and destructive.”

“That’s putting it mildly,” Ben said, “Fought these guys when me and Gwen where younger. Bit of advice, don’t get shocked.”

“Noted.” Rook said receiving another shock before the Nosedeenian noticed Corvo’s backpack and flew into it. The backpack began to spark up before two Nosedeenians broke out of it. The sudden jerk of them escaping broke Gwen’s hold and made her drop Corvo who quickly took off running.

“Did it just multiply?” Gwen asked preparing a mana attack, remembering what they did back in Sparksville.

“No, I think that was a second one.” Rook responded as the twin Nosedeenians swirled around the group giving them mild shocks and zaps.

“What is wrong with these things?” Ben asked.

“I do not know but they are trying to get away!” Rook pointed out. The pair of Nosedeenians zapped themselves into the powerlines and began to travel along the wires.

“Rook, give me some eyes in the sky. Kevin, Gwen, see if we have anything in the Proto-TRUK or Kevin’s car we can use to hold those things.” Ben said running off after them as Rook fired a grappling hook up onto the roofs of nearby buildings. Ben could see the yellow surges of electricity getting further away from him. “Rook, where they going buddy?”

“It would appear they are heading for the water front.”

“Gotcha. Fine, you guys think you’re so great, let’s see you outrun one of your own!” Ben dialed up Buzzshock on the Omnitrix and slammed down.

Rather than turning into the black and white energy alien, he instead swelled out into rotund, brass skinned alien covered in black lines with a transparent glass plate on his chest that bore the Omnitrix symbol on it with green gears moving within and a wind-up key on top of his head.

“Clockverk? But he is zo slow!” The freshly changed alien said but continuing to run before he saw the electrical trail escape far in front of him. “Lost zem already. Zis is just terrific…huh?” He wondered aloud seeing them return and appear above the wires, one making obnoxious noises while the other one blew a raspberry at the time manipulator.

“Vat are zey doing?” Clockwerk asked in confusion before something dawned on him as the two fleeing Nosedeenians popped back into the wires, “Vait…of course! Clockverk doesn’t have to be faster, zey just have to be slover!” The wind-up key on Clockwork began to spin until green energy spread off him. And while the Nosedeenians where still fast, it was more like chasing down a skilled track jogger, rather than catching electricity. “Rook, I zink I can keep up vith zem like zis. Zee if Gven and Kevin have anything und track my location.”

“Affirmative.” Rook said doubling back watching Clockwork dash off in a blur.

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Bellwood Harbor…
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Clockwork was panting heavily when he reached the waterfront, he had to restart the time slow several times. He was practically suffocating due to exhaustion from the run by the time the Proto-TRUK arrived.

“Amazed you were able to keep up with them Ben. A Chronosapien time manipulation can only reach so far and they could have easily outpaced it.” Rook said. A red flash and Clockwork was back to a panting Ben.

“Yeah…I know…” Ben panted. “Just…give me a minute…”

“Dude are you gonna be okay?” Kevin asked. “Look like you’re gonna hurl. And for distance at that.”

“Yeah, yeah I think I’m fine.” Ben said straightening himself, “But if I start to turn green, either get out of in front of me or point me at a bad guy. You guys get something to catch the Megawhatts in?”

“Nothing long term. But I got a rubber lined tool box we might be able to use.” Kevin said, “Should hold them long enough for some other plumbers to show up with something that can hold them longer.”

“Good enough. Come on let’s go.” Ben said. The group snuck into the warehouse and where immediately struck in awe. Strewn across the warehouse was a number of large machinery plus a number of large crates containing some unknown machinery.

“Whoa, guys look at all this stuff.” Kevin said. “This is some serious stuff here. Major firepower.”

“That I believe is an understatement.” Rook said running the Proto-Tool across the room in scanner mode. “These crates contain far more alien technology. Level 6. Weapons, power armors, and far more. If you name it, I believe that it will be somewhere in this warehouse.”

“But this stuff can’t be powered on Earth. Even nuclear power would be like a AA battery compared to what these things normally run off of.” Kevin pointed out.

“Yeah…I think I found out.” Gwen said reaching near the center of warehouse. There was some large engine-like machine with several glass tubes loaded into it. Inside nearly every tube was a Nosedeenian who occasionally flared up in electricity with the voltage being drained into the large machine, yelling in pain the whole time. Meanwhile the two freed Nosedeenian began to try to break out their fellow aliens by banging on the glass tubes.

“Whoever is doing this is using these things to power the alien technology.” Kevin said.

“Then I’m busting them out.” Ben said readying the Omnitrix before a beam of energy shot down and grabbed the two free Nosedeenians and pulled them into a pair of mechanical arms filling tanks on the shoulders making them glow yellow. The man operating the arms was of a semi-muscular build with tan skin, white hair in a mohawk, and a black shirt with what almost looked like orange skulls on it.

“Thanks. Boss would have been pretty mad if he found out a pair of the batteries got out.” The man who absorbed the batteries said. “Of course, boss also doesn’t much like spies snooping around.”

“Let them go.” Ben threatened his eyes narrowing. “Trust me, you don’t want me to make you.” Suddenly a similar beam to what caught the Nosedeenians grabbed the group and lifted them up off the ground. A second man appeared. With similar build to the first man but with pale skin and orange hair in his mohawk and grey stars instead of orange skulls.

Behind him, the large warehouse doors where opened with an ease and speed that made them seem more like sheets of plywood rather than slabs of steel. The man who opened the doors with such force was large and stormed in, followed by Corvo. “Alright, this had better be worth it. I already had my work out interrupted once today. And I don’t like having my” The large man stopped when he saw the floaters, “Well well. If it isn’t Kevin Levin. Long time.”

“Alright now I’m sure I’m supposed to recognize this guy and his goons.” Kevin said.

“Never were that sharp Levin.” The man said walking by them tossing his towel around his neck aside.

“Sharp enough to know when I’m being insulted…. wait…” Kevin said.

“Who are you anyway?” Ben asked.

“Name’s Fisttrick.” He said beginning to work over a punching bag. “Took over a bunch of Levin’s old channels after he went straight. Now my turn. What are you bros and babe doing in my place of business?”

“With a place this remote, and no sign, something tells me you don’t like people knowing this is your place of business.” Ben said seeing Rook pull out a small device.

“Look bro, Kevin can confirm. These things don’t exactly fall off the truck.” Fisttrick said barely turning his attention off the punches he’s throwing. “But that’s where me and Kev’s styles different. See, he was fine with getting the tech himself, and selling it off to some other aliens. Me, I prefer a different style. Some alien makes it, I use other aliens to charge it, I mass produce it, and I sell it to anyone with the cash.” Fisttrick threw a powerful punch launching the punching bag swinging strong enough to break the chain and crash against the far wall. “It’s just good business.”

“Believe it or not, I remember this freak now.” Kevin said. “Sells anything to anyone. Real scumbag.”

“Hurl insults all you want bro.” Fisttrick said, “Point is, you lose, I win.” The muscle meathead noticed the device Rook had as a red light on it changed to green, “What is that?”

“An electron entanglement disruptor.” Rook said cheerfully pressing down on a button releasing a green energy pulse breaking up the yellow beam they were held in. As soon as they were free, all the heroes readied for battle. Rook pulled out the Proto-Tool, Gwen surrounded her hands in her mana, Kevin armored up off of the concrete of the ground, and Ben slammed down on the Omnitrix turning into a segmented alien.

“BLOXX!” The alien yelled forming both fists into a single large hammer, spinning and slamming it into Fisttrick. Sadly, the skull-faced villain seemed to just pull himself up from the hit.

“Thug! Hoodlum! Take them out!” Fisttrick ordered.

“Wait, those are your guy’s names?” Gwen asked seeing the two punks charge.

“Man Kevin, how did you forget this guy?” Bloxx asked.

“Hey, me and Argit met a lot of weird guys.” Kevin said, “Although, I really should have recognized the fashion sense.” The orange haired goon, apparently named Thug, charged at Rook, who quickly did a leg sweep tripping the guy up and a roundhouse kick to knock him into a wall. The other gang member, probably named Hoodlum, slammed his fists together covering them in electricity. The kicked aside Thug tried to do the same, but a ground smash from Bloxx sent a cracking upsurge of the ground throwing him off balance allowing Kevin to rush in and slam a stone covered fist right against his face knocking him out cold.

Hoodlum charged at Rook, swinging his energized fists. Rook managed to stay one step ahead of the blows, changing the proto-tool into a sword formation and after a particular heavy punch slashed at it causing the arm to lose power and fall to the ground. He charged an energy beam from his working arm, but Bloxx’s arm stretched out and grabbed the energy gathering knuckle before morphing to fully enclose around it. He flung Hoodlum at Fisttrick’s feet, leaving the cannon barrel covered before it exploded knocking out Hoodlum and causing Fisttrick and Corvo to have to take a step back because of the smoke.

“I hope you know you made a big mistake.” Fisttrick said as Bloxx changed back into Ben.

“Yeah, I make them all the time.” Ben said. “But let’s see just how bad this one was.” Rather than remarking, Fisttrick turned and run. Corvo seeing his boss flee did the same running after him. Gwen placed her hand forward.

“Somnus!” She said an energy surrounded Corvo causing him to fall on his face with a loud snore. Meanwhile an area of the ground began to open and Fisttrick jumped down into it.

“Hurry up guys he’s getting away!” Ben said before a loud rumbling filled the air as the hole grew bigger.

“I do not believe that escape is his intention.” Rook stated as a large figure began to rise up.

“You know bros and babe, you four aren’t exactly the smartest people I’ve come across.” Fisttrick said sitting in some kind of control hub in the figure’s chest. “I mean, didn’t you wonder why I needed so many of these Nosedeenians? All to charge this big boy. Something I threw together from the best of the best of what I got my hands on.

The power armor was a large bulky frame with an orange color scheme, helmet like head with a series of spikes mirroring its pilot’s own mohawk. The arms ended in claw-like hands with almost shield-like arms. The legs where thick ending with tank-like treads around heavy duty armor making the feet look more like the ending of legs rather than unique body parts.

“Ben, we need serious muscle.” Gwen said as Fisttrick’s power suit prepared a powerful punch that Gwen was barely able to get her shield up in time and even then, it barely withstood the impact.

“Indeed.” Rook said, “Me and Gwen will attempt to give you the time you need.” Rook took aim with the Proto-Tool while Gwen released a barrage of mana attacks.

“Don’t worry guys, Humungousaur coming up.” Ben said slamming down on the Omnitrix. Rather than the orange dinosaur, he instead began to grow into an 11-foot stone humanoid with a round torso-head hybrid, thick arms covered in plates and a series of spikes like mountains or mesas, four fingered hands, three toed feet, and some kind of semi-glowing red of swirling substances area near his gut with a white spot in the center of it. The Omnitrix symbol rested in between his eyes. “What the? Who and what is this?”

“A Galilean Ben.” Rook explained just barely taking his attention off Fisttrick, “A living planet.”

“What? A pile of rocks? Don’t I already have someone like this on the Omnitrix?” Ben seemed to think over to quickly drop the thought when Fisttrick stomped down making Gwen and Rook dive in different directions.

“Hey rock head, that little shapeshift thing ain’t gonna help you here!” Fisttrick said throwing a powerful punch launching the living planet through the wall of the warehouse. “All that size…and you can’t do anything with it. Pathetic.” Fisttrick taunted exiting the warehouse in the suit before grabbing Kevin’s car off the ground. He hurled it at Ben who raised an arm in defense, a strange white energy wrapped around it, and Kevin’s car stopped mid-air.

“Huh?” He asked in confusion.

“Ben!” Rook said seeing Ben was okay, “Ben, Galileans can manipulate gravity.”

“You don’t say…” Ben said with a smirk. “Well, let’s see how this chump likes a GRAVATTACK!” The newly christened alien swung his arm down increasing the gravitational pull on Kevin’s car, sending it slamming down into the armor of his punk enemy.

“Ben! My car!” Kevin yelled out.

“Oh, sorry dude.” Gravattack said. Fisttrick quickly recovered from the automobile attack and tried to throw a punch, but was caught in a minimal gravity effect curtsey of Gravattack.

“Trying to throw a punch while I’m talking? Not cool.” Gravattack said, “But since I got you all hung up, how about a little thing I learned from the newest Sumo Slammers game?” Using both hands he raised Fisttrick up high into the air, before causing him to come crashing down under extreme gravity pressure.

“Gwen, Kevin, give me a hand.” Rook said rushing onto the back of Fisttrick’s armor, “We have to free the Nosedeenians.”

“Hey! Don’t mess with my suit!” Fisttrick said hitting a few buttons causing a massive discharge of electrical energy from his back. The current flowed through each of three trying to depower the weapon and where thrown off. All three then laid there, seemingly unresponsive.

“Gwen! Kevin! Rook! You’re gonna pay for messing with my friends!” Gravattack said trying to charge Fisttrick, but the battle armor sprung back to its feet grabbing the living planet by his face before twisting and slamming him into the ground.

“You! Can’t! Defeat! Me!” Fisttrick said punching Gravattack’s face on each word. His fist and forearm seemed to sink into his arm turning each punch into a powerful piston blow. “So, you had enough yet bro?”

“Ugh…yeah I think I have.” Gravattack moaned out.

“Shame, I have more left in the tank. See, there’s a possibly you could be a threat to my organization.” Fisttrick retracting the fist yet again for another blow lowering his aim to Gravattack’s core. “Interesting side note, I’ve always wanted to see what happens if you crush a planet’s core. And hey, looks like I got my work out today anyway.”

“Hey! Leave him alone!” Kevin’s voiced yelled out. Fisttrick turned to see Kevin, gaining a fresh covering of armor off the cables of a crane being swung on it like a makeshift wrecking ball before jumping off, forming both fists into large hammers slamming both into Fisttrick making the large armored figure to stammer back before Gwen’s voice came up.

“Aquata Risa Spackwata!” She said water shooting up, arcing around the dock to catch the nearly falling figure, tossing him up into the air before hitting the dock.

“Guys! You had me worried there for a sec.” Gravattack said seeing Kevin and Gwen okay, “And here I thought me and Kevin where the only ones who practiced combo moves.”

“Ben!” Rook called out from the crane controls. “I think I have a way to depower his armor, but I need him to remain stationary.”

“Pretty good trick there girlie.” Fisttrick said getting his armor back on its feet. “Wouldn’t mind having you on my crew. How you feel about leather?”

“Not in a million years creep!” Gwen retorted. “And I have a boyfriend you know.”

“Ouch, that had to hurt, hope you didn’t get to crushed. After all, gotta be something left for me to crush!” Gravattack said creating the energy around his hands and greatly increasing the gravity upon his opponent.

“You think I can’t handle this? In this suit, I can lift this like it was nothing bro!” Fisttrick said, “You got nothing. Just a one trick pony.”

“Hey, I just got this guy cut me a break.” Gravattack commented, “And yeah, you might be able to handle all this extra weight. But think the docks can?” Gravattack said smirking on that last point. Fisttrick looked down, hearing the sound of cracking concrete, wood, and straining steel beams. Suddenly he burst through, splashing down into the water. Before Gravattack lifted the armor out of the water, before slamming it back down.

“Hey, it’s like a dunk tank!” Gravattack said, “You know, this is pretty fun when it’s not your butt getting soaked by age regressing water. Hey Gwen, care to give me a hand giving this guy a good cleaning?”

“My pleasure.” Gwen responded raising her hand. “Tur-bo!” A pink whirlwind created around Fisttrick but lowered into the water, causing it to spin. Between Gwen controlling the water with the wind, and Gravattack dunking him, Fisttrick was practically caught in a large washing machine.

“How you doing in there big guy?” Gravattack taunted. Inside the cockpit Fisttrick was out of prime control position, soaked, and half ready to throw up. Gravattack caused the water-logged suit to raise and float above the water. “Well Rook, I don’t think he’s getting any more stationary.” Rook nodded grabbing the edge of the crane roof before flipping himself up onto it and running out onto the crane’s arm before shifting the Proto-Tool into a bow formation.

Rook aimed carefully before firing off two long and thing energy poles both punching easily into the suit’s armor. The containers holding the Nosedeenians released before breaking open against the undamaged parts of the dock, freeing the captured aliens.

“Wow, nice shot Rook.” Gravattack said. “Now, one more for good measure.” Gravattack said tossing the armor high up into the air, letting Earth’s natural gravity bring him falling down to the ground and crashing into the dock.

“Warning, power level critical…remaining power 12%...power lever dropping rapidly…running off backup power supply.” Fisttrick’s armor sited error after error as he finally got himself back into control of it.

“Okay, that’s it. No one makes a fool out of me and gets to talk about it!” Fisttrick yelled revealing a hidden button, “Feast on this bro!” His fist slammed down on the button in anger, several missile salvos appeared from various points in his armor before firing off a swarm of explosive projectiles. Out of reflex, Gravattack raised his arms in defense, but the missiles where seemingly pulled off their course to begin to circle around Gravattack.

“What the…whoa…check it out guys! I got my own orbit!” Gravattack boasted.

“With how big your head can be it was only a matter of time.” Kevin slipped in.

“I heard that.” Gravattack said, “But I do have an idea…” He said beginning to concentrate while glaring at Fisttrick.

“Oh…this is not gonna end well…” Fisttrick bemoaned. Gravattack began to curl up into a ball, making him resemble a small planet. The large armor began to get pulled in to circle the living planet alongside his missiles.

“Hey…bro….” Gravattack said with a mocking tone on the last word, “Care to make any bets on where you’re gonna end up? To late you’re off!” The armor was freed from the gravitational orbit and was hurled across the waterfront into a shipment of his weapons. “Hey, don’t forget about these!” He released the missile massacre having the missiles roughly follow the same path as Fisttrick. As Fisttrick tried to get the armor to respond to avoid the attack, he wasn’t able to get it to work resulting in the missiles to pepper his armor resulting in a massive explosion.

Fisttrick began to crawl out of his ruined armor seeing the team stare him down. “Ugh…. bro….”

“That was not easy.” Rook commented.

“Yeah, I don’t remember the guy being that tough.” Kevin said.

“You didn’t even remember him until now.” Gwen said producing her badge. “Gwen Tennyson on the Bellwood docks. We have multiple containers of contraband and the smugglers ready for pick up…”

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Later…
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Several plumber agents where soon on the scene, taking Fisttrick’s various pieces of smuggled alien technology into their possession. Meanwhile, others where leading Fisttrick into a kind of shuttle, as he was put through the perp walk, he cast a glare down upon Team Tennyson that basically read ‘This isn’t over bro. And I’ll be ready when round two comes’. Kevin actually noticed something on the ground when looking away to avoid Fisttrick’s gaze.

“Dude! A level 6 Techadon Firing Pin! How in the world did Fisttrick get his hands on this?” Kevin said in amazement, before he noticed a blond haired muscular male looking at him with a raised eyebrow. “That I of course was going to give to you Cooper.” Kevin handed over the piece of alien weaponry. Cooper placed his hand on it as his eyes glowed blue.

“Wouldn’t have been able to do anything with it anyway Kevin. Damaged.” He said his eyes going back to normal. “You must have really smacked the guy around to damage it. Suppose you can take solace in that.” As Cooper walked away and Kevin gave a slight groan in annoyance Max approached the young heroes.

“So, I thought you guys might want to hear, there’s a group of Megawhatts, who volunteered to help power Undertown.” Max said.

“Really? Who?” Ben asked confused before Max pointed to a large container being moved containing the Nosedeenians who were previously trapped in Fisttrick’s generator. Meanwhile the others who were freed by the battle seemed to be willingly lead into the container. Once even shook a plumber’s hand before seeing Ben and the others, giving them a friendly wave, and zapping into the container to join his friends.

“Hey, no problem.” Ben said returning the wave, “You know, those guys aren’t half bad when they aren’t attacking an entire town.”

“Yes, they are actually quite friendly. They just do not fully know when to reel their antics in.” Rook said, “Now Gwen, I believe you said you had things to take care of back home? I believe this patrol has served its intended purpose.”

“Thanks Rook, but after this, I don’t know if I’ll be able to focus. But bed sounds real nice.”

“Have to agree with you there.” Kevin said, “Come on, I’ll drive you home.”

“I am more than willing to give you a lift home as well Ben.” Kevin said.

“Thanks man.” Ben said, “Just, let’s keep it on the ground. Don’t want to draw any attention. And by the way, Alien X is real.”

“But then why can I not see him?” Rook asked in confusion as they turned to go to the Proto-TRUK as Kevin simply chuckled and Gwen shook her head.

“Some things…you just have to trust me on.”

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Later that night, a Plumber Cell…
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Fisttrick kept his feet on his bunk, doing push-ups against the floor. “Stupid…bro…ruin my ring…force me to this pathetic work out…” He mumbled under his breath. He then heard a ringing coming from a hidden compartment on his boot. Taking a quick look around for guards. He pulled a kind of sim-card like device from his boot and seemed to slide a part of it open. A holographic screen appeared showing the masked face of Nazak.

“Nazak! Great to hear from you bro!” Fisttrick said, “Look, plumbers got me locked up. So, I was thinking you and your crew lay an attack on this place and get me out of here.”

“You were captured?” Nazak asked. “Well, that certainly changes things. For starters, it would appear the Plumbers who got you missed this.” The masked alien held up a glowing canister. “A galvanized ion power core. Rare, hard to get. Glad to see you could get your hands on it.”

“Yeah that thing wasn’t easy. But I’ll gladly knock down the price if you get me out of here.”

“See, that’s where the plan changes. We could free you and pay you. But…I have it now. And you can’t stop me from just taking it.”

“Wait-What?” Fisttrick said, “Bro! You can’t do that! We had a deal!”

“So sorry bro.” Nazak mocked. “But you know what they say. No honor among thieves. Next time…take your payment up front.” The screen died out and the device destroyed itself in a small explosion. As Fisttrick coughed and waved the smoke from his face, Kevin showed up outside his cell.

“What are you doing here?” Fisttrick asked.

“Well, I decided to bring you your meal. A little ‘thank you’ for taking over my business.”

“Hey, it’s not like some straight-laced bro like you needed it anymore.” Fisttrick said with a smirk.

“Yeah, I don’t. But doesn’t mean I’m happy you took it. Anyway, Ben pulled some strings to pick your meal. And he let me deliver it. Enjoy.” Kevin said giving the covered platter to Fisttrick. The skull-faced man opened it to reveal its contents…chili fries.

“CHILI FRIES!” Fisttrick yelled seemingly afraid of the dish. “It’s almost nothing but grease! I’ll get you for this bro! You hear me! BRO!” Fisttrick yelled as Kevin walked away laughing.
Ben 10 Alien Vanguard S1E08: Mega Charge
Alright, while it's lower in the list than its canon counterpart, this is my own take on the episode "A Jolt from the Past". Please enjoy, review and comment any thoughts or suggestions. I own nothing accept OCs.
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Season 1: Rage of Argoth

Episode 1 - It Begins Again part 1: Ben is enjoying a realativly peaceful life since the fiasco of Vilgax and Diagon. But, after such an eventful battle, he is having a bit of a hard time adjusting to normal life. But far away, a new threat arrives, a threat that demands a new Omnitrix.

 

Episode 2 – It Begins Again part 2: Having dodged a bit of Argoth’s forces, Ben and co finds themselves in Undertown with Azmuth and a new partner for the team, an alien plumber by the name of Rook Blanco. But Ben can’t hide Azmuth forever. So with the new Omnitrix, Ben is ready to take on Argoth himself.

 

Episode 3 – Bellwood Mermaid: With Argoth no where to be seen, the team decides to do a bit of bonding with a traveling freakshow in town. But something seemed off in there, everything was alien. One of the most destirbuing things is a captured Piscciss Volann who is held captaive out of fear of harm coming to her eggs. Can Ben and co save her, or will an old foe take his revenge?

 

Episode 4 – Bad Luck Charm: When out of the blue, Charmcaster sends a message through Gwen’s body, the team decides to trust in the message and once again arrive in the magical dimension of Ledgerdomain. As it turns out, she was telling the truth! Argoth and his minions are in Ledgerdomain, preparing a kind of engine to free Argoth of his armor. It’s up to Ben and Co to stop him and free the mystic land from his control!

 

Episode 5 – Short Circuit: A number of mechanical robberies has caught the Plumber’s Eyes, but not the eyes of Omnitrix barer Ben Tennyson. But what HAS is that his apparently ex-girlfriend Julie is back in town after moving away! Unfortuantly, it would appear that the cause of all these robberies is Elena Validus, will Julie be safe back in Bellwood? And why did she and Ben even break up?

 

Episode 6 – Helix Designs: Something from Azmuth’s past has returned and laying waste to Galvan Prime. Azmuth has a plan on how to fix his mistake, but needs Ben to hold off the creature. But when he proves unable to, it would seem Albedo is willing to betray Azmuth once again! What will come of this creature and can Ben and Team stop it?

 

Episode 7 – Prey: It was suppose to be a normal camping trip. But normal turned out to be anything but when a stranger hunter begins to take them out. And why does he do this? Argoth has hired an infamous serial killer hunter named Khyber to get Ben. Has Ben reached the end of the line, or is it time to turn the Hunter into the Hunted?

 

Episode 8 – Mega Charge: During a routine patrol, Ben, Kevin, Gwen, and Rook stumble upon a smuggling operation given a boom by Kevin going legit. Combined with the kidnapping of the electrical aliens Megawhatts, the smuggler seems ready to do whatever it takes to make sure no one puts a slow on his business.

 

Episode 9 – Tomb Raiding: A high priority alert is put out with the Plumber’s Base. It would seem that the top Iron Worker, an occult branch of the Plumbers, agent hasn’t reported in for several days. But the most surprising element isn’t that a skilled agent has gone missing, it’s who the agent is. Ben’s short lasted childhood crush…Kai Green! Can Ben put aside what happened to him for the sake of protecting something they don’t even know what kind of power it is?

 

Episode 10 – Deal of a Lifetime!: Rook is currently suck doing prisoner evaluations at Plumber HQ, and Gwen is away dealing with family commitments from her mom’s side. So, Kevin and Ben decide to spend some guy time together in Undertown. While there, they come across a conman by the name of Professor Blarney T. Hokestar hocking a ‘miracle elixir’ made from the secretion of something called a Screegit. But when it gets out, things go from a mild annoyance to a genuine threat.

 

Episode 11 – It was THEM!: Against all probabilities, Animo has escaped! Ben’s team is quick to go out and attempt to find and recapture the mad scientist. The biggest clue to his location? A giant anthill out in the desert.

 

Episode 12 – Heat Wave: Bellwood is gripped in the throes of a heatwave. Meanwhile, a bizarre alien girl dressed in a parka makes a daring robbery. This leads to the reveal of a species of aliens living in the deepest parts of Undertown and a plan that could end the city.

 

Episode 13 – Pest Control: Clancy returns somehow back in his human form, and is back up to his traditional pastimes of crime. Ben is sure he can stop him again, but when he unlocks a new bug based alien, it would appear Clancy’s power expand beyond terrestrial insects.

 

Episode 14 – Capture and Freedom part 1: Argoth is done playing defensive and forming plans instead of taking action. He has enough that he can finally get out of his containment suit. With another payment to Khyber, his forces were able to capture Ben and his friends as he reveals the most crucial component of his plans, Alien X.

 

Episode 15 – Capture and Freedom part 2: Using an energy decoupler to pull away energy from Alien X, focusing it, and releasing it through a concentrated beam, Argoth is finally freed from his containment suit revealing what species he is exactly under it, a male Anodite. With him free, and Ben stuck as Alien X, it seems nothing can stop his rampage.

 

 

Season 2 – Vilgax Attacks!

Episode 1 – The Conqueror Returns: Vilgax has returned, his reputation largely destroyed and the worlds under his control in revolt against him. Vilgax places all this upon one person’s shoulders. Ben Tennyson. And he will not rest until Ben is destroyed and the galaxy trembles before him once again. Even if it means destroying the Omnitrix in the process.

 

Episode 2 – Reunited and it Feels so Bad: A female Tetramand named Looma arrives on Earth claiming to be Kevin’s Fiancé based on a deal made years ago. Is Ben able to get Kevin out of this arrangement, or are the sounds of wedding bells in Kevin’s future?

 

Episode 3 – Fight Club: Believing they have a lead on Vilgax, the team goes undercover in an alien fight club. After some brief investigation, the only link they can seem to find is the fight club champion, a chicken-like alien named Liam. And the only way to get information out of him is to face him in the finals.

 

Episode 4 – Out Fishing: During a day off, Magister Patelliday is captured by a group of alien pirates hidden under the waves. So, Ben and the others on the trip go down in order to try to save him, hoping to save the Piscciss Volann Plumber before he winds up the lunch special.

 

Episode 5 – Chaos from Above: Vilgax launches an attack and successfully takes an orbiting Plumber research facility for reasons known only to him. Ben, his team, and the Plumber’s Helpers go into orbit to take it back. But with 5 possible doomsday scenarios that can be launched from the station, can they figure out what the plan is in time to stop it?

 

Episode 6 – Supply Run: A raid on Area 51 draws the plumber’s attention. Colonel Rozum had a stache of alien tech from the various ‘combatants’ captured and stored in his illegal prison. As far as the first arrives could figure out, the intruder is a bounty hunter answering by the name of Eighteight. But the weirdest part is she seems to be looking for something. In an entire base full of alien technology, what single piece is the target of the bounty hunter?

 

Episode 7 – Shake n Quake: Strange seismic occurrences have been happening around Bellwood. Preliminary studies would suggest something is burrowing under the desert. But what is doing so? And why? Ben and the team go underground to try to find out what exactly is going on down there, and how to keep Bellwood in one piece above the ground.

 

Episode 8 – Rojo-d Rage: Rojo and her gang are back in action tearing up the streets of Bellwood. Armed with new firepower based on fire, water, and electricity she, Amarillo, and Azula seem hard set on getting a Treasury shipment that is coming through Bellwood, no matter who gets caught in the crossfire.

 

Episode 9 – Frozen North: On a mission they were sent on by Grandpa Max to the snowy mountains of Canada, they wind up crossing paths with Kai Green on a mission of her own. The two missions become intertwined when they find an Anur System fugitive at the core of both.

 

Episode 10 – Virus Alert: During a ‘visit’ of sorts to Argit, the team finally meets Vilgax’s newest partner. The Mechamorph sub-species Malware! Malware easily began to collect and assimilate several illegal tools Argit was trying to sell. Unlike most plans of Vilgax’s, this seems to be destruction and chaos for chaos’ sake. Is the team up to stopping a rampage of chaos this powerful and random?

 

Episode 11 – Kiddie Time: A group of robots from Dimension 12 attack Bellwood, forcing Ben and Co to deal with them. But their victory is short lived when some unknown enemy of Ben’s rears his head, trapping them in childhood forms. Will they be able to defeat this Billy Billions, or has the team been beat? And who is Billy Billions anyway?

 

Episode 12 – Harvest Planet: The team goes with Rook back to Revonnah to help him and his family with the Amber Ogia harvest festival. Unfortuantly the team has a hard time fitting in right away making the situation tense and akward. Things get even worse when abnormally large Muroids begin to show up and attack with ferocity greater than before.

 

Episode 13 – Starlight, Star Bright: After a fight in Mr. Baumann’s store leaves a bit of it in ruins, Ben offers to do some deliveries so he can focus on fixing his store. One of them is a dangerous package Baumann says must go to the Plumbers. Inside is a powerful item known as a Dwarf Star Core, and Ben has to defend it from all manners of bounty hunters and crooks who want it for themselves.

 

Episode 14 – The Harangue Corps: In his latest Anti-Ben propaganda, Will Harangue reveals a small team of Robots created to protect Bellwood, in place of Ben 10. Ben of course is skeptical of Harangue’s motives. As they learn more, the suspicion only grows. Why are these robots really here? And what is the “Emergency Protocol” they learned of?

 

Episode 15 – What’s on Your Mind?: An alien scientist who was detained in Area 51 has finally had his case situated out and released. Meanwhile Vilgax hires the number siblings to track him down and capture him. Turns out before crashing on Earth, he was a scientist in charge of a top secret project, a weapon that could turn a planet into space dust.

 

Episode 16 – The Conquest Part 1: Vilgax has hidden a bomb in Bellwood, a bomb that when set off will release a black hole into the Earth’s atmosphere. This black hole will grow and consume the Earth until nothing is left. Unless the hero Ben Tennyson sacrifices himself by surrendering to Vilgax.

 

Episode 17 –  The Conquest Part 2: By sheer accident, Malware has fused to the fresh cybernetics inside Vilgax. The resulting mixture is a far more deadly Vilgax than ever before. Meanwhile, the bomb is still counting down. With the deadline approaching, and the whole planet in the balance, Ben has to pull out all the stops to defeat Vilgax once again.

 

 

Season 3 – Incursean Invasion

Episode 1 – Guard Duty: With Vilgax defeated and officially in Plumber Custody, Ben, his team, and the Alpha Team are assigned with helping to move him into the most secure prison the plumbers have. But things get extra complicated when Attea shows up with Sixsix, Sevenseven, and Eighteight, intent on taking Vilgax prisoner for the Incursean Empire.

 

Episode 2 – Stomach Ache: The Gourmand Homeworld is under attack by the Incursean Empire and to make matters worse, the queen has been taken hostage. The team goes to try to settle the conflict but gets separated into two groups, forcing them to deal with the split population.

 

Episode 3 – Darkstar Arts: Kai is in the Plumber Base, reporting the theft of a magical artifact. An old Icelandic book known as Rauðskinna or the Book of Power. While this would normally be a task reserved just for the Iron Workers, the identity of the thief made it clear she needs Ben and the others help, Micheal Morningstar! Even without his normal spell casting ability, his knowledge can still be dangerous when mixed with a book of black magic.

 

Episode 4 – Un-Arranged Marriage: An alien criminal from the far reaches of the Galaxy comes to Earth intent on capturing Gwen and making her as an Anodite Bride to his personal harem. None of the team is willing to let Gwen just be taken. But the criminal isn’t letting them keep such a rare prize from his collection.

 

Episode 5 – Tick, Tock, Find the Rock: In the future, someone attacks Ben’s house intent on getting a piece of the Hands of Armageddon. Unable to best Ben 10,000, he goes back into the past to take on Ben 10. The Ben of the future isn’t willing to let his past self fight this fight alone, and with the help of Professor Paradox goes back to help.

 

Episode 6 – Divide by ZeroZero: The arguably most deadly assassin in the galaxy is hired by Milleous to hunt down Ben and remove him from the equation for any future plans or invasion. Concerned over a previous encounter with him, Max orders Ben to remain in the base while other Plumbers hunt for the assassin. But Ben isn’t going to sit around while others fight for him.

 

Episode 7 – No Place Like Home: During a normally uneventful day, an unknown shuttle crashes in Bellwood causing the Plumbers to quickly secure it. Inside is…Rook’s younger brother? He swears Revonnah was captured by the Incurseans, but when they get there, not an Incursean in sight. But something is indeed very off with the village…

 

Episode 8 – Infection: An important Plumber Outpost is in danger of a cosmic storm striking them. There is only one alien in Ben’s roster that can handle the storm, Way Big. After successfully protecting the outpost from the freak storm, something begins to go wrong with Ben. Turns out that during the storm, the To’kustar’s natural predator had used it to infect Ben. A small team will have to go into Way Big’s body to destroy the virus.

 

Episode 9 – Ducked Out: A group of Plumbers are trapped on a planet deep in Incursean Territory on a planet whose atmosphere is highly toxic. With only one known cure, the fresh venom of a deadly creature. In order to deliver it to the stranded Plumbers and get them off world, they hire the roughest, toughest smuggler there is, Rad Dudesman. But someone else who snuck into the ship is going to make things far more difficult than they intended.

 

Episode 10 – Diamond in the Rough: Tetrax shows up on Earth asking for Ben’s help. Over the year since Petropia was reformed and her people revived, he has been looking for his girlfriend. He had recently gotten some news that there might be a female Petrosapien on Earth, so came to investigate it. Meanwhile, Vulkanus has a new plan to make a fortune.

 

Episode 11 – : Realizing the Incurseans are a serious threat targeting Earth, Ben decides to try to contact Reinrassic III in order to try to establish an alliance for the incoming Incursean invasion. Sadly Reinrassic is unable to do anything because he is currently in a power struggle with an older Highbreed using an ancient tradition of Right to Rule over Combat. Is there some way to help him, or is the peace between the Earth and Highbreed over?

 

Episode 12 – Forge Heat: While the Sword of Ek Chuaj may have broken a few years ago, but the pieces are still considered to be dangerous and powerful. In order to keep the danger minimalized, the Iron Workers are insistant on repairing the blade. Max goes down to Iron Worker HQ in order to talk them out of it. Things continue to get complicated as Ben is only able to transform into Stinkfly while acting weird. To top it off, somehow word of the sword’s reforging has reached Enoch, who is making a play to get it back.

 

Episode 13 – Heavy Consequences: A prisoner who was taken into Plumber custody after being found in Area 51 broke out of their custody. Being a deadly species who is essentially a living black hole, the Plumbers can’t risk time in taking her in. So they use the prisoner who was stuck in the cell next to hers. Prisoner 775. While Ben, Gwen, and Kevin are hesitant about working with him, they don’t have a choice if they want to find her before all of Bellwood is crushed into a single space.

 

Episode 14 – Day of the Frog Part 1: The Incurseans have officially launched their attack against Earth. Knowing they can’t repel the invasion right now, the Plumbers raise a planetary shield to hold off the Incurseans. Knowing it’ll only slow them down, the Plumbers begin to gear up for war, with Ben being just about their only hope.

 

Episode 15 – Day of the Frog Part 2: The Incurseans have broken through the shield, Ben has been defeated and sent away, and the population of Bellwood has learned of the aliens living under their feet with the exposure of Undertown. With odds such stacked against them, the Plumbers go underground making hit and run tactics in an ill-fated attempt to do something. Meanwhile, a far more phsycially fit and intimidating Incursean has shown up on the scene, but why is he so different?

 

Episode 16 – Day of the Frog Part 3: The strange new Incursean’s true identity is revealed, Ben in a new alien! With some extra help, Ben leads another attack against Milleous to attempt to drive the Incurseans off Earth once and for all. The final battle of the invasion is nigh. And with both side of the Bellwood population rooting for him, there’s no way he’s going down without a fight!

 

 

Season 4 – DNA Wars

Episode 1 – Diplomatic Immunity: After the event that would be come to known as the “Incursean War”, the Plumbers use Galactic Enforcer HQ as a setting for a galactic peace treaty and alliance between multiple planets. As a hero of two wars, Ben, as Gravattack, oversees the whole delegations hopefully leading it to a peaceful conclusion.  Unknown to most parties there, one has sent the Hulex, a group of insectoid beasts, to destroy Gravattack’s core. Will they be able to squash the bugs is the whole conference doomed?

 

Episode 2 – This Saturday: An unlikely alliance of Animo and Hex has been formed. During their investigation of the bizarre team up, Ben receives help from another group specializing in bizarre, unknown earth creatures, the Secret Saturdays! The team up begins to make sense when the fusion of science and sorcery is being used to revive the cryptid archenemy of the Saturdays, V.V. Argost!

 

Episode 3 – The Ultimate Plumber: Ben has been acting different lately. Instead of operating more heat of the moment, he is acting more mature and calculating. While Rook is convinced this is just Ben finally accepting responsibility and acting more like a Plumber. But Kevin and Gwen are not as convinced. So why is Ben acting this way, and is it normal or something far worse?

 

Episode 4 – Forever and Ever: The Forever Knight scientist, Dr. Joseph Chadwick, has established himself as the Forever King. He forms a new plan to destroy every alien on Earth, bringing a sympathic ally into the fold of his plan. But an obstacle known as Jimmy Jones shows up in his plan, having learned the whole thing. Ben has to both protect Jimmy while dealing with the coming plan.

 

Episode 5 – Prison Riot: As the team trains due to one of their most dangerous criminals escaped, Albedo manages to sneak his way into Plumber HQ. He jumps Ben, revealing the Supremitrix was never truly finished. One key point is the DNA Regulator found in the Omnitrix. Albedo manages to steal the part causing the Omnitrix to go haywire, turning a series of prisoners and plumbers into bizarre hybrids! With a malfunctioning Omnitrix, mutated plumbers, and powered up prisoners, this is not gonna be easy.

 

Episode 6 – Steam Drives the Wheels: An expo featuring the latest advancements in the various fields of science is being held in Bellwood due to the reveal of Undertown. And while at first it seems to be going off without any problems, a villainous scientist by the name of Steam Smythe appears, threatening the Expo. It’s a battle for the future of Earth against a guy more than happy to send it to the past.

 

Episode 7 – Skies of War: The Forever Knights steal a prototype airel combat and troop transport vechicle from Area 51. Armed to the teeth with many alien weapons, this could allow the Forever Knights an advantage in their war against aliens. And the whole time, Colonel Rozum might know more than he’s letting on.

 

Episode 8 – Mud Stains: Kevin and Rook go off world for an alien car show. Meanwhile, all Mr. Smoothy locations are closed for the time being leaving Ben a little on edge. Meanwhile, a specific kind of criminal is attacking locations across the planet important to the Plumbers. A plumber assigned to figure it out is convinced that not only are the attacks being done by Lenopan and a plumber, in short, Lucy Mann. Ben has to prove his cousin-in-law innocent, even with evidence stacking against her.

 

Episode 9 – Car Trouble: While the team is down on Earth dealing with a Lenopan thief and an eager Plumber who is convinced her has the culprit figured out, Kevin and Rook are enjoying themselves at a car show on Khoros. But fun turns into work when a criminal machine called OTTO attacks the car show. It’s up to Kevin and Rook to save both the carshow and their own rides!

 

Episode 10 – Watch Batteries: Albedo is a serious threat with his new invention. An upgrade on the Ultimatrix pushing him even further along the evolutionary timeline. The only advantage they have is how quickly it exhausts an alternate form if he transforms to the final stage. So Albedo is going to try to find a way to properly finish the new device. His first attempt is to try to obtain a better power source for it.

 

Episode 11 – Hot Dinner Visit: Ester invites the others to a celebration of the Kraaho as a way to help them get along better with others. During this sacred feast, things begin to go wrong with Seebik swearing it is their gods punishing them for letting a hybrid rule over them.

 

Episode 12 – In the Pits: Khyber is clearly not happy with being beaten by Ben. So with no payment from anyone, he goes after Ben and his team on his own, kidnapping them and trapping them in a wilderness in order to hunt them down on his terms. This is nothing the team can’t deal with, that is, if the Omnitrix hasn’t trapped Ben in a new alien form of a familiar snake.

 

Episode 13 – Cursed Irons: Learning of the collection of magic being handled by the Iron Workers, Hex seems intent on getting his hands on it. Staying one step ahead of everything, a chilling theory is hatched. That Hex has someone inside the Iron Workers feeding him this information. But who exactly is the traitor?

 

Episode 14 – Separation Anxiety: Rook’s sister Shar is finally accepted into the Plumber Academy. But before she leaves, Kundo appears having learned of her leaving. Unable to stop her, he follows. Back on Earth, Kundo swears to drag all Revonnahganders who dared leave their homeland back home, by any means necessary. Is Ben able to stop him, or is this fight all Rook’s?

 

Episode 15 – Crank the Volume: A concert coming through Bellwood seems like all fun and games until a new villain by the name of Lord Decibel attacks it. Using a bizarre insturment that appears to be a mix of a keyboard and a guitar video game controller. And with his weaponized sound and music, is a new alien enough to turn the tide?

 

Episode 16 – Superior Minds Part 1: Realizing there is only one way to properly finish the Supremitrix, capture Azmuth and siphon off his intelligence into his own mind. Calling upon the deadly bounty hunters of ZeroZero and Khyber, to capture the First Thinker and bring him to him. If Albedo can actually finish the Supremitrix, there will be no stopping him.

 

Episode 17 – Superior Minds Part 2: Unable to handle the superior mind power of Azmuth, Albedo uses the best of the Supremitrix he could finish to take on Ben, willing to destroy all of Galvan Prime to take out Ben and the unintelligent Azmuth. But is abusing a half finished product finally about to force its price upon the evil Galvan?

 

 

Season 5 – Galactic Monsters

Episode 1 – Send in the Clowns: Zombozo has returned, alongside his criminal circus gang. And people of Bellwood are being turned into zombie-like clowns under his control. Is Ben able to handle this alone, or has Zombozo truly had the last laugh?

 

Episode 2 – A bizarre portal shows up in the desert outside Bellwood. Out of it stumble threats from another dimension, The Pack. While this world lacks nanites, giving Van Kleiss a disadvantage, Ben will still need the help of a friend he thought he’d never see again to win the day.

 

Episode 3 – Knights of the Round Watch: Kai has contacted Ben directly asking for his help. During a mission to follow up on some information that the Forever Knights where after something in London, her grandfather was captured. In the foggy city, they learn what the Forever Knights are after. The legendary blade of King Arthur and Camelot, Excalibur!

 

Episode 4 – Animo Farm: Dr. Animo arrives from the future to bust himself out of prison, the team receives a little extra help in the form of an unknown super hero and ally of Professor Paradox. A hero named Chrono Spanner.

 

Episode 5 – Monster Mash: Rook receives a message from an old Plumber Academy friend, a Loboan Plumber by the name of Scout, claiming something massive happening on Anur Transyl. But once there, not only do the ship’s engines give out, but Scout says he never sent any transmission down to Earth. It wouldn’t be long before they’re forced to face an all too familiar face of Ben’s past, a face that still scares him just a bit.

 

Episode 6 – By the Light of the Moon: Believing the moon of Anur Transyl, Luna Lobo, may be a part of Z’Skayr’s plan, the team investigates the natural satellite. There find one of his primary goons, the Loboan criminal Pitamont forcing the various Packs, including Scout’s own, to dig into the moon looking for something. Is the DNA Source for Ghostfreak after Corrodium? Or is there something else?

 

Episode 7 – Bittersweet Viktory: The engine of the Lucky Duck is still damaged, and would never last traveling any further than the moon. And while the Transylians are not a race of geniuses, there is at least enough technical knowledge to get an engine that will work enough to get the Lucky Duck inter-planetary again.

 

Episode 8 – Silent Space: While in the Anur System, Rad’s ship picks up a distress signal from a plumber ship near the area. The source of the distress is a large ship which has clearly been sabatoged. The Plumber claims that somehow a highly deadly alien snuck aboard the ship. While Ben, Kevin, and Gwen hunt it down, Rook investigates parts of the story that aren’t sitting right with him.

 

Episode 9 – Walk Like an Egyptian: The first stop the team makes with the fresh engine in the Lucky Duck is the home planet of the Thep Khufan, Anur Khufos. On the desert planet, they find another part of Z’Skyar’s plan this one being overlooked by the female of his crew, the Thep Khufan Cleotet.

 

Episode 10 – Creature from the Space Lagoon: So far Zs’Skayr’s been one step ahead of Ben and the team, turning defeat into victory. They land upon a horrid swamp planet known as Anur Ichth. To their surprise it seems Zs’Skayr seemed to have completely over looked this planet. Joy turns to sorrow as the team is soon stalked by something in the swamp waters of the planet.

 

Episode 11 – Great Ape Escape: On a strangly normal planet, at least normal for the Anur system, Ben and Co. encounter some Anur aliens from the various planets in obvious distress. Attacking their city is a rare large ape-like alien. Ben prepares to fight the large alien, believing he has just the alien to take it on.

 

Episode 12 – Halloween Charm: Chasing down Zs’Skayr has lead them back down to Anur Transyl. There, they find themselves deep in an abandoned castle of the planet. In there, a portal to Ledgerdomain exists, with Charmcaster appearing on the alien world, citing the need

 

Episode 13 – : The team finds themselves on a frozen planet called Anur Canni, the home of Wind-igo’s species. Hidden somewhere in this ice covered planet of gluttony proned aliens is yet another part piece of the plan Zs’Skayr is up to. The primary problem facing them isn’t Zs’Skayr’s forces, but rather the high level of delicacy that humans are.

 

Episode 14 – Ghost of a Chance: The final part of Zs’Skayr’s plan is found, and the full details of his plan are revealed as well. Primary problem is Anur Phaetos is perhaps the universe’s greatest secret, even to other beings of the Anur system. One Ectonurite appears to help them to the primary castle, but can he be trusted? And can the team even hope to defeat an enemy who draws his power from darkness on a world where the sun never shines?

 

Episode 15 – Blackest Night Part 1: The most feared and hated being from the entire Anur system has been resurrected. With his power, Zs’Skayr plans to expand his rule across the universe. With a being as deadly as this allied with him, is Ben able to actually defeat the older true self of one of his most dangerous foes?

 

Episode 16 – Blackest Night Part 2: Lord Transyl successfully takes control of Ben’s friends, and withdraws to his former castle where Zs’Skayr joins him. And while Ben has unlocked a Vladat form and taken control of Zs’Skayr’s men, he only has so much time to work with. Ben has to take on one of the most feared being to ever exist, with very little help and many obstacles.

 

Season 6 – Rooters of all Evil

Episode 1 – Broken Engagement: Kai comes to Bellwood for a serious discussion on the future of a possible relationship. Meanwhile, Looma attacks Bellwood demanding Ben marry her now. No one is willing to just let her drag Ben away. But is his team able to fight a marriage crazy Tetramand?

 

Episode 2 – Ten-ken: A large interplanetary fighting tournament is being held in Bellwood. Meanwhile Fistina and Fisttrick escape from Plumber custody, with suspection instantly falling upon them being part of the tournament. In order to disguise themselves, Ben and Rook go undercover as fighters in the tournament.

 

Episode 3 – Hero Time: A bizarre new hero dressed in power armor similar to Captain Nemisis’s old armor. As the hero’s popularity soars, Harangue’s popularity seems to be going along with the ride. But as all of this is happening, Ben is growing more and more suspicious. How can a single hero know everything seemingly before it happens?

 

Episode 4 – Coughing Fit: When Argit accidently swallows a piece of tech that can create Techadon robots at an unlimited rate, it’s up to Ben to protect the scam artist from multiple alien bounty hunters and scum who are trying to get the machine inside Argit’s stomach. Meanwhile, Chrono Spanner returns to offer his aid.

 

Episode 5 – At their Roots: A darker, debunked faction of the Plumbers called the Rooters has reared its head, believing Ben to be the ultimate threat to the universe. Things quickly begin to go south as a connection between Kevin and the Rooters is revealed. Things begin to grow even worse as one of Ben’s most dangerous enemies returns, working with the Rooters.

 

Episode 6 – A Peace of the Past: A female Galvan by the name of Luhley arrives on Earth warning the Plumbers of an incoming threat from the past. In Area 51, long since abandoned after Rozum was arrested, a strange and unstoppable super weapon emerges. The only hope the team has for the safety of Earth is a weapon made specifically to stop this threat. Can they do it? Or is Earth doomed to accept peace by force?

 

Episode 7 - : Phil appears again free of the Null Void begging for help. His health is failing, leaving him barely alive. While an enemy, he was Max’s partner and friend allowing him to be treated. Meanwhile, an unknown monster begins to stalk the streets of Bellwood.

 

Episode 8 – : Ben and his team manage to uncover a series of old data files on an encrypted hard drive in the Plumber Base. Despite protests from Rook, they look into it anyway. Turns out the files are connected to the Rooters, but more surprisingly, are also connected to the Plumber Helper’s parents. Gathering them to look further, a chilling possibility dawns to them, forcing them to ask for information from the only one left alive, a Pyronite Plumber by the name of Albright.

 

Episode 9 – Younger, Stronger, Better: Kevin sneaks away in the dead of the night to confront Aggregor directly about what this history with the Rooters means exactly. Unfortuantly, it seems Aggregor had planned for Kevin to come to him, and had assembled a trinity of aliens for one goal…possessing the younger Osmosian, and use him as a tool for the Rooters.

 

Episode 10 – : Kundo appears again, clearly bitter over his defeat by Rook’s hand. Believing he can cripple the Plumbers by ‘cutting off their control of the stars’, the rogue Revonnahgander starts to attack the launch of a new rocket.

 

Episode 11 – : The Rooters prepare another attack. This time against a plumber base. But of all possible targets, they seem interested in Helen Wheels and Manny Armstrong. The Rooters manage to trigger the base’s lockdown preventing them from being able to get the intended targets from the base. But as the fight goes on, it becomes clear Servantis knows a lot more than anyone is telling.

 

Episode 12 – Mud on his Hands: Still convinced that Lucy is a potential threat to the Plumbers, especially with the threat from the Rooters and the loss of Kevin to their ranks, Sparax prepares a plan to expose her and expunge her from the Plumber Ranks. But how far is he willing to go to prove what he believes is true.

 

Episode 13 – : Between the attack from the Rooters, and Sparax treason to convict Lucy, the Plumber base isn’t in good shape. So while the Plumbers work on repairing and upgrading the base, Ben and his team are assigned with collecting an important component for the base. Things get complicated when Fisttrick shows up interested in the same component.

 

Episode 14 – Project Mutation Part 1: Ben, Gwen, Rook, and the Plumber’s Helpers attempt an attack on the Rooter Base in the Null Void. At first the numbers help and the battle seems to be going in their favor. But Servantis is able to sway the others to his side, claiming it is the will of their parents, and showing them the potential danger that is their friend Ben. Now dramatically outmatched, Gwen, Rook, and Ben pull back.

 

Episode 15 – Project Mutation Part 2: The Rooters seem to be unstoppable. With all the hybrids on their side, it seems impossible to defeat them. So Gwen, Rook, Ben, and Argit are forced into hiding in some of Argit and Kevin’s old smuggling tunnels. Unfortuantly their hiding doesn’t last forever and are eventually captured by the Rooters. In the struggle, Kevin ends up mutating into a larger, more powerful form than ever before. It’s the final show down against the fallen plumbers, but is there even any hope left?

 

 

Season 7 – Dark Reign

Episode 1 – : A new philanthropic movement is gaining momentum in Bellwood, lead by a doctor of Sociology named Norrington. After the events that played out with the Flame Keeper’s Circle, Ben isn’t exactly willing to just trust them. Concerned over the safety of the town, if not the full world, he has Kevin go undercover as a person in need while the others see what Dr. Norrington is really up to.

 

Episode 2 – Charming: Darkstar is trying to find the Keystone of Bezel, believing it to be the key of releasing his power. Gwen, who still owns the Keystone as a momento, receives a letter from an unknown source who claims he can help her understand the secrets of the stone. To learn about it, and keep Darkstar from getting his hands on it, the team has to go to Friedkin University.

 

Episode 3 – Museum Night: Kai invites Ben, and the others, to a display of ancient alien artifacts uncovered by her grandfather. What should have been a nice relaxing trip borderlining on double date turns into a mission when someone tries to steal a relic from the museum, only to be stopped by the re-appearance of Chrono Spanner.

 

Episode 4 – : Trying to learn more about Yog-Sothoth, Gwen reaches out to Charmcaster believing she might know something. Unfortuantly, things aren’t great in Ledgerdomain as Hex has found his way home at the same time Adwita desires to take command back. A war on three fronts, is Ben and team able to turn the tides.

 

Episode 5 – A reputable confidential informant informs the plumbers of a major weapon sale going on lead by Fisttrick. When they get there to stop it and arrest the guilty parties, they pause and pull back when the buyer is none other than Dr. Norrington. Worried about what he would do with access to the kind of weapons Fisttrick offer, Ben goes undercover as an average alien in Fisttrick’s gym.

 

Episode 6 – With a Lee-ttle Help: The leader of the Iron Workers contacts Ben, knowing of the Plumbers are dealing with a cult trying to bring about the return of Yog-Sothoth. Turns out in a museum in a town called Orchid Bay is an artifact that might help in their mission. But while there they meet a young woman and wind up getting drawn into a battle of mythical proportions.

 

Episode 7 – : A member of the dragon species appears on Earth and immediately draws the attention of the Forever Knights. Seeing it clearly as a young member of the species, Ben offers the dragon his help to get off Earth. But is Ben able to protect an alien target as sought after as this?

 

Episode 8 – : Sunny reappears, being sent to the Plumber Academy as a way to try to straighten out her life. In addition to being annoyed over her essentially transfer to Military School, but the break up with her boyfriend Antonio. An angry Anodite is trouble enough, but amplified tenfold when Norrington has seemed to learn about her and is zeroing in.

 

Episode 9 – A Feline, a Frog, and a Fourarms: When Rayonna comes down to Earth for a visit, she and Rook go on a double date with Ben and Kai. Date is cut short when a villain by the name of Nyancy Chan is up to no good. Meanwhile, Princess Looma and Attea reappear and begin to battle over which one of them gets to marry Ben.

 

Episode 10 – : Against all odds, Sublimino manages to escape Plumber custody. Somehow it would appear the officer assigned to him was hypnotized into helping him out. With someone like him out and about, things can only get worst.

 

Episode 11 – Bang! Zoom!: Vulkanus is back, this time preforming his drilling operation on the Moon. While his operation is legal and proper, the team knows him to well to let him have complete mining to something that close to Earth. While getting to the moon is far from a difficult task, it’s something that must be done.

 

Episode 12 – : For reasons that no one can quite understand, it seems Norrington has partnered with Will Harangue. Citing the problem of the practically homeless alien population living in the town as the source of the chaos that seems to focus on Bellwood. Will announces the opening of an Alien Education center, and this immediately doesn’t sit right with Ben and the others. What’s really going on here?

 

Episode 13 – : S.A.M. has somehow been rebuilt. The first place Ben checks is Chicago with S.A.M.’s original builder Vance Vetteroy. While he built this new S.A.M., he lost him some time ago. During the time they were away, the mother of all storms appears upon Bellwood. The team has to hurry back and deal with a storm that only a certain robot can be behind. But who is behind the robot?

 

Episode 14 – : A mysterious unknown performer appears in Bellwood, holding a full concert for anyone, but especially the males of the town. Almost immediately things go wrong when the female’s full identity is revealed and the men of her show fall under her spell.

 

Episode 15 – The Summoning Part 1: Norrington and his cult prepare to open a rift into the home dimension of Yog-Sothoth. If the various others are to be believed, if Yog-Sothoth fully enters this world he would become to powerful to stop, even for Alien X. So the team has to stop his arrival, no matter what.

 

Episode 16 – The Summoning Part 2: Yog-Sothoth begins to worm his way into our world, the seals keeping him out have been broken. There is one legend that states a way to temporarily depower him. But only if it is used against him on the spot he was summoned in. Since he hasn’t broken through entirely as of yet, the spell might be able to be the key to force him back to his own realm.

 

 

Season 8 – Battle for Reality

Episode 1 – Present of the Past: Eon returns, attempting to claim Paradox’s Chrono Navigator. Their fight spills into Bellwood, and during it Ben winds up swapping minds with his 11-year-old self. Kevin, Gwen, and Rook have to deal with the problems arrived from a Ben whose knowledge is how many years out of touch.

 

Episode 2 – Pulling the Strings: A virtual reality helmet is sweeping Bellwood as part of a new trend. Unfortunately, just a few days after their emergence, things start to spiral downhill. People wearing the helmets are beginning to commit crimes, driven by some unknown force. Both Kevin and Ben are trapped in the helmet’s world leaving Rook and Gwen to do the saving.

 

Episode 3 – Lava Leech: When an unknown lifeform crashes on Earth, Ben immediately gets déjà vu. And as fate would have it, it’s a good thing he does as a very specific trio of aliens appear along with it. Saying how this new great one needs the raw heat of the Earth’s molten core to live in the cold vacuum of space. The fact that the Earth will literally cave in on itself is a small price to pay in their eyes.

 

Episode 4 – Plumbing Cleaner: A dangerous warbot appears on Earth after a prisoner ship is attacked by an unknown threat. Once freed from his containment, his programming triggers and he seeks out anyone or anything with the Plumber Insignia and terminate them. Without knowing what created the war bot, none of them know the exact strengths and powers of the warbot.

 

Episode 5 – Time Bomb: Eon attempts to secure himself a Chronosapien Time Bomb, a device that can decay items and beings caught in the blast zone past the decay of their protons. Such a powerful weapon in the hands of Eon could mean the end of how many innocent lives.

 

Episode 6 – : Will Harangue’s ratings are at an all-time low. The network has even threatened to nullify his contract if they don’t start going back up. In an attempt to recover, he attempts to appeal to the moral guardians of the town with blatant anti-alien relationship propaganda.

 

Episode 7 – : An alien warlord believed to be long since dead reappears triggering negative memories in Grandpa Max. Understanding just how much of a threat this could be, the team goes to attack his ship. Inside they find something horrifying. He was believed to be dead, but in reality, he survived as just a brain!

 

Episode 8 – 3rd Degree Burners: Obsessed with making a truly warm place for the Kraaho on Earth, and to prove himself a superior leader than Ester, Seebik forms an alliance with fellow heat loving alien criminals, P’andor and Vulkanus. With all three working together, Ben will need all the help he can get to keep Bellwood from turning into a giant lava swimming pool!

 

Episode 9 – The Master’s Count: When Rook is stuck working the graveyard shift, Kundo re-appears. Burned and scarred from their last encounter, he is obsessed with not only ending his own “twisted existence” but taking Earth’s Plumber population with him.

 

Episode 10 – Want to Play a Game?: Slix Vigma appears once again after all these years. He seems to have gone legit, instead hosting an alien obstacle course channel show. But seems he isn’t fully reformed as the gang is teleported into the game against their will. Unwilling to let them go unless they win, Ben and Kevin are forced again to compete for the twisted machine. At least they aren’t alone, nor are they being forced to cooperate.

 

Episode 11 – Battle for Reality Part 1: Professor Paradox appears with a horrifying warning. Eon seems to have developed a new plan. He plans on finding an ancient space station from which the Contemelia created the universe. The only way for him to find it is to re-assemble an ancient map that was broken into three millennia ago.

 

Episode 12 – Battle for Reality Part 2: One piece of the map has been claimed. This leaves just two more. The team is forced to go deep underground in search of another piece of the map. Since this involves an element of exploring and archeology, the team decides to get help from Kai Green.

 

Episode 13 – Battle for Reality Part 3: Ben and company go after the last piece of the map. Professor Paradox considered this and stashed it away in a place that only he and a few others could get to, an alternate reality. But the reality they go to isn’t anywhere close to normal.

 

Episode 14 – Battle for Reality Part 4: Things are not looking good. Eon has managed to get all three pieces of the map and now he is prepared to go after the Contemelia Space Station. The only advantage they have is the station won’t appear for a few decades. Eon can’t travel through time as well as Paradox, so the team takes a trip to the future to try to stop Eon before they lose all chances they have left.

 

Episode 15 – Battle for Reality Part 5: Unable to stop Eon in the future, they attempt to chase him down and beat him to the station. But the station is a bizarre place with the timelines all connect. If Eon succeeds in setting off a Chronosapien time bomb at the core of the station, all of reality will be wiped out. And what’s worse, if he uses his powers to restore it, Eon will become one with the timestream itself making him unstoppable. It’s the final battle, one of greater threat and consequences than ever before!

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