Alien Species
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Toepick's Species is an unnamed ogre-like species from a dark planet that is not located in the Anur System.[1] They are considered to be the scariest race in the universe.

Biology[]

Anatomy[]

Members of this species are ogre-like aliens with yellowish-green skin, weed-like spikes on their arms, and pointed fingertips. Their faces are hidden behind metallic cages due to how horrifying they look to anyone who sees them face-to-face. These faces are supposed to resemble an eldritch horror and are covered by a layer of tentacles.[1]

Diet[]

This species eats organic food.[1]

Powers and abilities[]

This species has extremely horrifying and hideous faces that can tap into the primordial fears locked in all beings' subconscious and primitive brains.[1] Because of their hideousness, no one can look at them without being scared to the point of turning pale white.

If someone were to take a photograph of this species' faces, the picture would come out blurry. Nevertheless, it would still make people uneasy.[1]

The sight of their faces can cause adverse effects, the most common of which is the inducement of terror and insanity. Their faces can also induce nausea and counteract forces that feed on fear.

Other beings such as Humans, Argit's Species, any of the species living in the Anur System, Chimera Sui Generi, Chronosapiens, Appoplexians, Slimebiotes, and even Celestialsapien personalities and Ultimate Kevin[1] can be frightened by this species.[2]

In addition to their face, this species can bulge their eyes outwards[1] and produce horrifying sounds to induce extra terror. Whenever their helmets prepare to open, a small amount of green gas is released.

Beings with seemingly no emotions and feelings can experience headaches, disorientation, and other discomforts and confusions when in the presence of this species.[1][3]

This species has a type of layered multiphasic eyesight that makes their already mediocre vision even worse when looking at multidimensional or unknowable sights,[1] meaning that they cannot be frightened by their own faces if they were to look into anything reflective.

The helmets worn by this species are incredibly difficult to damage.[1]

This species has a degree of enhanced strength, enough to lift a car. Technically speaking, their strength is at a level similar to Earth gorillas.[1][4]

This species can shoot acid from their fingertips.[5]

Weaknesses[]

Humans would find this species to be gross, as they smell like feet.[1]

This species is relatively heavy, meaning that they can easily lose balance. They also have below-average reflexes, making it easy for enemies to sneak up on them before they open their cages.

Blind beings such as Vulpimancers would be immune to this species' faces.[1] Similarly, deaf beings would be immune to their sounds.

Beings that lack sapient emotion or survival instincts, such as drones and robots, would be immune to this species' fear-inducing abilities. However, it would invoke some sort of defensive reaction from them.[6]

Too much exposure to this species' faces can leave other beings scared to the point of being unable to eat or sleep.[1]

There is a limit to this species' strength, as they cannot lift anything bigger than a car.[7]

There are certain beings this species is unable to scare, including Ma Vreedle because she has "seen worse". In fact, this species is actually scared of Ma Vreedle. Other beings they are unable to scare include Professor Paradox and Dagon.[1]

Culture and society[]

This species does not visit other planets, nor do other species visit their planet, because they are reclusive. It is currently if their native system is close to any space routs or not.[1]

Members of this species wear various head coverings,[1] including cage-like helmets.

Notes[]

  • The Omnitrix's representative for this species is named Toepick, who was confirmed to exist in the original series episode "Ken 10" before eventually appearing in the Omniverse episode "Special Delivery". Toepick solely appears in Omniverse.
    • The Ben Tennyson of Dimension 23 has an equivalent of Toepick named Fright Face. However, he only used the form once because of his low poll ratings.[1]
    • Despite not appearing on-screen, it is confirmed that the original version of Ben 10,000 and Benzarro[1] both have Toepick available in their Omnitrixes.
  • During the original series, there were never any plans to design Toepick because characters without screen time would be an undesirable financial expense to the studio. Had Tom Perkins designed him when his name was first conceptualized, Toepick would likely look different from his appearance in Omniverse.[8]
  • This species' appearance is based off an art piece from the Autry Museum. Meanwhile, their abilities are inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft.[1]
  • This species' acid powers were accidentally forgotten by the time Toepick was incorporated into Omniverse because the crew was unable to keep record of all the trivia facts mentioned in the marathon of "enhanced" Ben 10 episodes that aired on the same week as the series premiere of Alien Force. Despite that, Derrick J. Wyatt still believes this species has acid powers.[1]
  • It is confirmed that the Omnitrix from the Ben 10 reboot contains DNA for this species.[9] Therefore, Toepick is one of the countless aliens whose DNA pod was glimpsed in the episode "Innervasion Part 5: High Override".

References[]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 According to Derrick J. Wyatt
  2. Although they are from different universes, it has confirmed by Derrick J. Wyatt that this species can also scare Kryptonians, Green Martians, Metahumans such as Raven, and supernatural entities such as Freddy Krueger.
  3. This statement by Wyatt was made in response to a question about whether Toepick can scare either Jason Voorhees or Michael Myers.
  4. This statement was made by Wyatt using beings like Gorilla Grodd as an example.
  5. According to the trivia version of the episode "Ken 10"
  6. According to Matt Wayne
  7. Although they are from different universes, it is confirmed by Wyatt that this species is physically weaker than Metahumans such as the Hulk.
  8. According to Tom Perkins
  9. According to Duncan Rouleau
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