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Diamondhead is a silicon-based life form. His body is composed of durable pale green crystals. He sports two crystal shards on his back and has yellow eyes and a sharp point on his head. He wears a sleeveless uniform which is black with a yellow "V" stripe on the middle of his torso.
In Don't Laze Me, Bro, Diamondhead grew the crystal formation on his head so that it resembled a pompadour and wore a red bandanna around it. His outfit was primarily red instead of black and was also decorated with three yellow upside down triangles forming a vertical fast forward symbol on each side of his legs.
In Ye Olde Laser Duel, Diamondhead wore a green vest with blue orbs on his chest and shoulders over his regular uniform, as well as a fake brown mustache.
Diamondhead wears the Omnitrix symbol on his chest.
Powers and Abilities
Diamondhead's body is composed of extremely thick organic green crystals. He has the ability to manipulate the atomic structure of his physiology at will, allowing him to form his limbs into diamond weapons such as blades and bludgeons. Moreover, he can control all crystals he generates.
He can make monstrous and large clusters of crystals, conjuring walls and forming crystal shields and ramps that he can slide upon. He can also generate crystals from the ground at a distance. He can reshape his projectiles into limited shapes, and can also form gaping hands to capture enemies.
Diamondhead's body resembles a living prism, allowing weapons similar to lasers to be refracted and rendered useless.
Due to the natural density of crystal, Diamondhead is extremely durable to physical impacts.
Because of Diamondhead being made out of organic crystals, Diamondhead is immune to aging, as crystals do not age.
Diamondhead's crystalline body makes him highly resistant to heat, being able to operate under the hot desert sun without issues.
Diamondhead does not give off body heat, making him impossible to track by body temperature.
Diamondhead can regenerate, but to a limited extent.
Diamondhead can crack and shatter if impacted with enough force or exposed to strong sonic vibrations and might even fall unconscious.
While Diamondhead can regenerate limbs, there is a limit to how much damage he can recover from.
The two shards on his back can also leave him stuck on a wall or on other surfaces that he gets knocked into.
Since his body is made of diamond, he can sink in water.
- Diamondhead first appeared in Freaky Gwen Ben, where he battled Hex.
- In Ben 24hrs, Diamondhead re-built Adrenaland.
- In Shhh!, Diamondhead defeated the Docile Dragon.
- In Need for Speed, Diamondhead asked Max to help him chase LaGrange.
- In Villain Time, Diamondhead and Tim Buktu repaired the dam. Later, he defeated Tim Buktu.
- In Bright Lights, Black Hearts, Diamondhead saved a man and put out a car on fire.
- In All Wet, Diamondhead stopped Frightwig.
- In Hole in 10, Diamondhead saved Sally and Todd.
- In Story, Bored, Diamondhead battled Hex.
- In Tomorrow Today, Diamondhead saved Gwen.
- In Forgeti, Diamondhead scared Melvin and Tevin and battled Gill, but was defeated.
- In Bad Penny, Diamondhead defeated Maurice and Sydney.
- In Max to the Max, Diamondhead was imagined by Maurice.
- In Don't Laze Me, Bro, Diamondhead defeated Billy's Robots.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 3, Diamondhead tried to fix the Omnitrix, tried to put out a fire twice and battled Vilgax.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 4, Diamondhead defeated Vilgax.
- In Out to Launch, Diamondhead appeared before going enhanced.
- In Can I Keep It?, Diamondhead played with the Cadobbit.
- In Bon Voyage, Diamondhead battled Steam Smythe.
- In Screamcatcher, Diamondhead ate candy from a vending machine and was defeated by Hex.
- In The 11th Alien: Part 2, Diamondhead tried to fix Shock Rock's problems and made a shelter to save everyone from a storm.
- In Creature Feature Diamondhead battled The That only to accidentally make it stronger.
- In The Nature of Things, Diamondhead was defeated by Steam Smyte.
- In King Koil, Diamondhead defeated King Koil.
- In That's The Stuff, Diamondhead was transformed into off-screen before going enhanced.
- In Super-Villain Team-Up, Diamondhead was transformed into off-screen before going enhanced.
- In The Feels, Diamondhead was transformed into off-screen before going enhanced.
- In Chicken Nuggets of Wisdom, Diamondhead was transformed into off-screen before going enhanced.
- In Past Aliens Present, Diamondhead appeared before going enhanced.
- In Ye Olde Laser Duel, Diamondhead played laser tag with Steam Smyte.
- In Innervasion Part 2: Call the Dream Police, Diamondhead briefly appeared before going enhanced.
- In This One Goes to 11, Diamondhead helped Max repair the Omni-Copter.
- In Moor Fogg, Diamondhead defeated the Fogg monster.
- In Show Don't Tell, Diamondhead battled Hex and accidentally destroyed the Ayasha Plinths. Later, Diamondhead helped repair the Ayasha Plinths.
- In Bridge Out, Diamondhead defeated Simon Sez.
- In Beach Heads, Diamondhead cut a hole through the clouds to allow sunlight to pass and prepared to battle the Weatherheads, but timed out.
- In Billy Bajillions, Diamondhead was defeated by Billy.
- In Buggy Out, Diamondhead cheated in a competition so that he could win the Sumo Slammers Champion Belt.
- In Lickety Split, Diamondhead appeared briefly due to the Omnitrix glitching out.
- In Forever Road, Diamondhead competed with the other racers to no avail.
- In The Bentathlon, Diamond defeated Queen Bee, the Alien Chef trio, and the Ground Hawg Gang in three separate gladiatorial matches.
- In A Sticky Situation, Diamondhead saved Kevin and Queen Bee's henchmen from drowning.
- In Adrenaland Jr., Diamondhead tried to improve a children's rollercoaster, but in the process ended up scaring the other passengers.
- In Roundabout: Part 1, Diamondhead attempted to threaten the workers, but didn't have to because Billy Billions payed them to allow them and their colleagues to pass through.
- In Roundabout: Part 2, Diamondhead battled the Forever Knight in Renaissance Italy.
- In Mud on the Run, Diamondhead went Omni-Kix off-screen to battle the Weatherheads.
- In It's Story Time, Diamondhead briefly appeared before going Omni-Kix.
- In Bottomless Ben, Diamondhead appeared in Ben's daydream, where he ventured the Bottomless Pit.
- In Wind Some, Lose Some, Ben transformed into Diamondhead to cool himself in the desert. Later, he rescued Gwen and Max from the extreme heat and discovered Sunny's charging pod.
- Freaky Gwen Ben (first appearance)
- Ben 24hrs
- Need for Speed (selected alien was XLR8)
- Villain Time
- Bright Lights, Black Hearts
- All Wet (flashback; cameo)
- Hole in 10
- Story, Bored
- Tomorrow Today
- Bad Penny
- Max to the Max (imaginated)
- Don't Laze Me, Bro
- Omni-Tricked: Part 3 (x5)
- Omni-Tricked: Part 4 (x5)
- Out to Launch (cameo; goes enhanced)
- Can I Keep It? (cameo)
- Bon Voyage
- The 11th Alien: Part 2
- Creature Feature
- The Nature of Things
- King Koil
- That's The Stuff (off-screen transformation; goes enhanced)
- Super-Villain Team-Up (off-screen transformation; goes enhanced)
- The Feels (off-screen transformation; goes enhanced)
- Chicken Nuggets of Wisdom (off-screen transformation; goes enhanced)
- Past Aliens Present (cameo; goes enhanced)
- Ye Olde Laser Duel (cameo; off-screen transformation)
- Innervasion Part 2: Call the Dream Police (cameo; goes enhanced)
- This One Goes to 11
- Moor Fogg
- Show Don't Tell (x2)
- Bridge Out
- Beach Heads
- Billy Bajillions
- Buggy Out
- Lickety Split (cameo)
- Forever Road
- A Sticky Situation
- Adrenaland Jr.
- Roundabout: Part 1
- Roundabout: Part 2
- Mud on the Run (off-screen; goes Omni-Kix)
- It's Story Time (goes Omni-Kix)
- Bottomless Ben (daydream)
- Wind Some, Lose Some
Diamondhead is a playable alien character in the game.
Diamondhead is initially unavailable, but is unlocked towards the end of the The Scrapyard level.
Diamondhead is able to conjure a crystal pillar from below to elevate himself to higher areas.
Diamondhead's Ultimate Ability consists of him stabbing the ground, causing a crystal pillar from behind to launch him in the air towards enemies. Once he lands, he stabs the ground again, forming multiple crystal spikes.
Diamondhead is vital for progression on the The Scrapyard and the The Hive levels of the game.
Naming and Translations
|Portuguese (Br)||Diamante||From diamante, diamond.|
|Russian||Алмаз||From алмаз, diamond|
|Spanish (HA)||Diamante||From diamante, diamond.|
- Diamondhead's vomit consists of crystals.
- In early concept development for the reboot, the middle of Diamondhead's torso was colored white.
- So far, Diamondhead and Cannonbolt are the only aliens to have appeared in every series in the franchise, including the reboot.
- During a Twitter qna, Roger Craig Smith, the voice of Diamondhead, was asked what would happen if Diamondhead and Sonic the Hedgehog, who Roger voices as well, interacted with each other, he replied by stating that both of their egos would clash with one another. https://twitter.com/rogercraigsmith/status/1239698113134125056?s=21
- Amalgam Ben (fusion of Diamondhead, Ben, and nine other aliens)
- XLRArmBlastDiamondHeat (fusion of Diamondhead, XLR8, Four Arms and Heatblast)
|Cannonbolt • Diamondhead • Four Arms • Grey Matter • Heatblast • Overflow • Stinkfly • Upgrade • Wildvine • XLR8|
|Introduced in Season 1||Introduced in Season 2||Introduced in Season 3||Introduced in Season 4|
|Gax||Rath • Shock Rock||Humungousaur • Slapback||Jetray|
|Cannonbolt • Diamondhead • Four Arms • Grey Matter • Heatblast • Overflow • Stinkfly • Wildvine • XLR8|
|Cannonbolt • Diamondhead • Four Arms • Heatblast • Humungousaur • Jetray • Rath • Shock Rock • Slapback • XLR8|
|Fusion Aliens||Not In The Show||Non-Canon|
|Amalgam Ben • Grey Arms • XLRArmBlastDiamondHeat||Mole-Stache||Banana Alien • Hot Dog Alien • Omnitrix Glitch Fusion • Rath Arms • Shock Blast|