When Ben’s New Omnitrix was recharged he said to Rook “Thanks for the help man, but I got this now.” When he pressed down on the Omnitrix he was able to unlock a brand new alien that was mysteriously in his play list for some reason. This new alien that he unlocked is named Bloxx!
Species and Home planet: Bloxx’s species is called a segmtasapian and where he comes from is a planet called Polyominus. No known images of planet.
Description (Omniverse): Bloxx can be described as an alien space gorilla humanoid that’s made out of building blocks. The building blocks on his body have three different colors which are red, yellow, and blue along, along with some black lines and green colored eyes. When Bloxx was used by Ben when he was turned into an 11-year-old by Billy Billions in the episode Arrested Development, Bloxx seemed a little smallar than usual. Also the New Omnitrix symbol is loacted on Bloxx’s chest. See image below:
Ben 23 as Bloxx Description: When Ben 23 used his version of Bloxx which he calls Build-A-Guy, in episodes And Then There Were None and And Then There Was Ben, his Bloxx looked exactly like Ben’s except the three main colors are; white, light blue, and gray instead of Bloxx’s main colors which are; red, blue, and yellow. Just like Ben’s Bloxx, Ben 23’s has black lines all over his body. The eyes are light blue instead of green and the Omnitrix symbol is blue instead of green and has a gold ring. See image below:
Special abilities: Bloxx’s first ability is having the power to shape shift meaning he is has the ability to transform his body into multiple things like for example a wall, dome, cage, catapult, etc. His second ability is that if he’s damaged or broken into pieces, the broken pieces can easily reform immediately. His third ability shows that he can form more blocks on his body, to grow in size, create constructs of blocks, change himself into a larger construct or even use them as projectiles. In the episode Rad Monster Party, when Bloxx was fighting Zs’Skayr he demonstrated an ability where he can turn his hands into guns, dubbed the Bloxx-lobber, which can fire blocks that explode on contact with objects or enemies. In the episode The More Things Change: Part 1, Bloxx’s fourth ability shows that he can be very dense and durable when he escaped unscathed from an explosion. His fifth ability shows that he can willingly detach parts of his body to get out of certain situations. This was demonstrated in the episode Arrested Development. His sixth ability shows that he can even make himself look like a wall in order to block things coming at him. He can even stretch his arms when he needs to move faster and to even grab objects like for example grabbing Looma’s ship in the episode Many Happy Returns. Bloxx’s seventh ability is enhanced strength, which he demonstrated by picking up a car with one hand and throwing it. In the video game Ben 10 Omniverse 2, Bloxx demonstrated his final ability by making an exact replica of himself in order to confuse and distract his opponents. See images below:
Weaknesses: Bloxx’s first weaknesses shows that despite his ability to shapeshift into things he is very fragile because if he is hit by a weapon or an enemy with enough force he can shatter into peices but like before he can reform himself easily. Bloxx second weakness is that he is vulnerable to acids because when he shapeshift into a wall while trying to stop a Screegit that broke free from its containment it spat acid at Bloxx and it really felt painful to Bloxx’s skin. His final weakness shows that he’s also vulnerable to acidic gases as demonstrated in the episode And Then There Where None. See images below:
First Appearance: The More Things Change Part: 1