"I never thought of myself as mean I always thought that I'd be a queen/king And there's no in between 'Cause if I can't have that, Then I will be the leader of the dark and the bad Now there's a devil on my shoulder Where the angels used to be And he's calling me the queen/king" ------------------------------------------------ New video on the rewrite! This time for a recap redraw for Mike and Charmcaster, since I'll be making videos on designs I've already done. So check it out if you wanna understand the backstory of these two! Video --->https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0xFmyLGpfA
Same just different flavors
Aetherfire Randomness :P
Libra : You are far too late, foolish human! I have come to take over this world!
Hex : But..you are my world...
Libra : *blushes* Wh-What?
Ben :... *confused screeching*
im cryin i love these gaiz
Looking for some Ben 10 fic recs!
There's no fics with my favs so I don't really know what I should look for!
Drop a link in my inbox to a fic! I like shorter fics but multi chapter is fine!
Please no inc*st (including benc*st), underage nsfw, or adult/minor ships
Since @thistlehawk mentioned that Annie was adopted because she tried to mug P'andor, does that mean we can assume that she was living on the streets before the Andromeda aliens took her in? Did she ran away from the orphanage that took care of her? Was she in foster care? Should we even care about all of that? Instead, should we be focus on the present of her new life with her five loving fathers?
My doodles (2) :D
On the topic of there being this inconsistency between the series when it comes to Ben needing to train without the Omnitrix, I would argue that, since a substantial amount of time, and more importantly events, have occured since the first episode this is brought up by Ben himself ("Be-Knighted"), it is more than likely that his stance or perspective on the matter has changed.
Since the prototype Omnitrix was destroyed in "The Final Battle," he's had the Ultimatrix - which was arguably even more powerful - along with another, rebuilt Omnitrix, and has learned a lot more about how the watch even works so he knows what he can rely on it for, his own improved skills aside.
(And by that I mean that he has literally been shown on screen to be able to handle himself pretty well in had to hand combat in his base human form. He has that skill down. Especially by the time he comments on needing to train without the watch in Omniverse.)
So, when you look at it from that angle, I don't think it's really all that inconsistent.
Me: I think I am experiencing burnout. Perhaps a break is in order?
Also me: Anyway, so then I spent my night writing 4k words for a fic I haven't touched in months for a fandom I'm not interested in anymore.
I think the point of "Be-Knighted" wasn't that the dragon plot went nowhere, it was a continuation of the main character's skill development as he navigates the role of not just a hero, but the leader of a group of heroes.
During this arc of the series, Max isn't around to make the calls. He isn't there to point out what exactly Ben needs to learn or try to do. In the original series, Ben was taught the basics of being a hero. Now, not only did he need to make the call to re-enter the battlefield in the first place, but he's not being told what to do anymore. He's the one who has to make those decisions.
Now he's being taught, through first hand experience, how to be a leader. And, the Dragon plot was a way in which the audience could see that skill development in action.
Previously, in the episode "All That Glitters," he was (understandably) following Max's judgement and trying to put together a team. He ended up trusting the wrong person, but that wasn't the point. The point being made in that episode was that you can only learn from your mistakes, which is what he put into work here.
At first the dragon, an alien, was presented as the threat. Just as the DNAliens were labeled as extraterrestrial threats. But, upon looking more into it - or, "using his head" as it was referred to in the episode - he found that the dragon was actually the victim. He got to that conclusion by being critical of the Forever Knights' actual intentions, and taking all the objective facts of the matter into account before choosing who's side to take and who to trust.
As I said, the point was to showcase Ben taking the lead and making the judgements which is a critical part of being in the role of the leader.
The reboot is 4 seasons, a movie, and three specials of Man of Action dragging Cartoon Network kicking and screaming into making something decent, and not unfunny legacy-tarnishing gag shorts.
Hats off to them because you could see the executive meddling bleed into the show here and there.
Kevin 11 Aliens Updated - Hindbrain
The Nexutrix’s sample of a Galven
this transformation is slightly less intelligent than the base dna but has increased strength
Annie knows that her parents were kidnapped from their home planets by Aggregor, but she doesn't know his name. She only knows him as "The Sociopathic Osmosian" who hurt her friends and family.
It's also shared by us all that the Andromeda aliens go to group therapy after being freed. Annie always assist Ben to go to therapy since it helps her dads with their problems whenever she sees him about to have a breakdown.
If you take into account the implications of the alternate dimensional timelines Eon, Nega Ben, Bad Ben and Benzarro hail from, we are clearly given what could very well be different glimpses into Ben’s other untapped potential.
I redesigned Queen Bee for Biodendron, my personal reboot project. There are actually two queen bee villains in the franchise; the one from the reboot (2016) and one of the Korean comic series. So I combined their designs and made them one villain. I also designed her after wild beehives and termite queens. Queen Bee will appear as one of boss characters in the first game of Biodendron.
A quick doodle of Gwen Tennyson (Biodendron ver.)
K-10 Faunatrix Aliens - Rundown
The Faunatrix's sample of a Zerkernian War Runner, from Kinet