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Arburian Pelarota is a species from the once peaceful planet Arburia.
Their evolved counterparts are Evolved Arburian Pelarotas.
Arburian Pelarotas are white, bulky aliens with stubby arms and legs. They have yellow, shell-like plating on their back, wrists, legs, and shoulders.
Infant Arburian Pelarotas lack shells, as they don't develop until they are child aged.
Arburian Pelarotas have squinted eyes and a wide mouth. They also have black stripes above and sometimes below their face, plus they have black surrounding their armor.
Adults have the same appearance as children, only with sharper claws and small lines near their fingers.
Female Arburian Pelarotas appear to have a slimmer torso and pelvis, their armor is also smaller and they have feminine lips.
Powers and Abilities
Arburian Pelarotas have the ability to curl into a ball and, like a motorized wheel, roll at high speeds, ricochet, and bounce. This shell is highly durable, able to resist corrosive chemicals.
Arburian Pelarotas have a high sense of balance.
Arburian Pelarotas can contain fairly large objects within their spheroid form.
An Arburian Pelarota's shell is resistant to acids and lavas, and can refract lasers.
Arburian Pelarotas are subjected to the physical laws of reflection and conservation of momentum, meaning that they can have difficulty stopping or controlling direction at high speeds.
Arburian Pelarotas can get trapped on sticky surfaces.
Notable Arburian Pelarotas
Notable Arburian Pelarota Hybrids
In the Protector of Earth Timeline, Arburian Pelarotas are capable of rolling in a circular pattern to damage enemies, compressing themselves tightly and then releasing the pressure to create a sonic blast. Arburian Pelarotas are able to flop onto the ground to create a shockwave, as well as rotate quickly to generate a miniature tornado.
The name Arburian Pelarota is based on Arburia (the Arburian Pelarota home planet), pelota (Spanish for "ball") and rota (a play on "rotation").
- Arburian Pelarotas are believed to be extinct from the universe, but it wouldn't surprise Eugene Son if there are a few alive somewhere.[ES 1]