|Behind the Scenes|
|Universe||Ben 10 Universe|
Galileans are bulky aliens with rocks covering their body. They do not live on planets, as they themselves are tiny planets. They live in space and orbit their sun. At some point in their life cycle they orbit their home planet Keplorr. For all orbiting processes they can roll up into a planetoids sphere.If a Galilean takes large amounts of damage to their core,they could meltdown and explode, much like an actual planet.
Galileans are bulky, rock armored aliens. They are red in color and have a core on the center of their chest, they have four red fingers and three gray toes. They wear black pants with green stripes on them, they have black marking on their face as well as a big mouth. Their face consists of a large mouth, green eyes, and black markings.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Galileans have the ability to manipulate gravity; to either make objects lighter than air or incredibly heavy.
They also have the ability to levitate via gravity manipulation.
Galileans can make objects revolve around them and can roll up into a planetary sphere.
For all orbiting processes, Galileans can roll up into a planetoid sphere
If a Galilean takes large amounts of damage to their core, they could meltdown and explode, much like an actual planet.
Their large size makes fitting in smaller spaces difficult.
its shown that sudden changes of mass can throw off their orbit.
Using the Ultimatrix evolution feature a Galilean can artificially evolve.An evolved Galilean loses their legs and floats entirely by manipulating their gravitational field. Their skin crust becomes more jagged, as crests and peaks form on the surface. Their planetary core is engulfed in their mouth now, with a red spiral circling outwards. Their hands grow much larger as well.
The most notable change, however, are the three smaller orbiting planetoids that spawn around them, caught in his gravitational field. They each have a little face on them that resembles a normal Galilean in orbit mode. They have a red gravitational field.