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Ben as Four Arms
Four Arms is a humanoid alien that is approximately twelve feet tall, has well developed muscles, two pairs of arms with four-fingered hands, and red skin. A black stripe goes from his chin to his lower lip, and he has four eyes: a main pair, and a smaller pair below them. Four Arms wears a white T-shirt with a black line going down it, black pants, and gloves. His eyes are green and he has no hair.
As a toddler, Four Arms still looks the same but in smaller size, as well as having a younger voice.
In The Ring Leader, Four Arms takes on the fighting persona "The Crushster". He wears his regular outfit, but he also wears green-lensed goggles that hide his eyes, a yellow cape, and blue shorts over his pants.
In Don't Laze Me, Bro, Four Arms wore a sleeveless purple bodysuit, blue gloves and a green wig on his head. He also had two lime green star-shaped tattoos on his upper arms.
In Welcome to Zombozo-Zone!, Four Arms wore armored shin guards, shoulder pads, wrist guards, and a helmet with a green feather.
Four Arms wears the Omnitrix symbol on his chest.
Billy as Four Arms
Four Arms has four gold bracelets on his wrists, as well as a gold crest on the top of his head, replacing the black stripe. He wears shorts instead of jeans, and his collar is visible.
A squirrel as Four Arms
Four Arms resembles the squirrel in its regular form, but it is much larger and has red fur. It has four red arms with thin, black forearms, along with a bushy tail. It wears a sleeveless white T-shirt with a vertical black stripe, along with black pants.
Gwen as Four Arms
Four Arms looks similar to Ben as Four Arms, but she has a feminine build. She wears a light blue T-shirt with white sleeves and a black cat logo on the chest. There is no black stripe at the top of her head. She has a tuft of orange hair with a blue hairclip on her head.
Powers and Abilities
Four Arms' most prominent ability is his enhanced strength, being able to lift several times his own weight and punch through various resilient materials with ease. His strength allows him to use anything heavy as a weapon, from big rocks he can throw several feet away, to beams and pillars that can be used as clubs. His great strength even extends to his jaws and bite, allowing him to bite metal and damage it. Technically speaking, Four Arms is physically stronger than Appoplexians.[DR 1]
Four Arms can create strong shockwaves by clapping all four of his hands together or slamming his fists on the ground. By clapping two of his arms, he only can set aside gas, dust or any air-traveling menace that could hurt him.
Four Arms can jump several times his own height, at least seven stories up, in a single bound.
Four Arms has high durability, being almost fire and laser-proof.
Four Arms' bulk sometimes is a disadvantage; all the extra muscle mass makes him relatively slower than other opponents, and his size, likewise, makes using things, or moving through areas designed for smaller species difficult.
Four Arms' immense size makes him an easy target for enemy attacks.
Four Arms, according to Ben, "soaks heat like a sponge", and does not fare well in hot conditions.
- Four Arms first appeared in The Ring Leader, where he fought at the Midwest Wrestling Smackdown.
- In The Filth, Four Arms attempted to get back the Rust Bucket and defeated the Magg-O-Net Monster.
- In Freaky Gwen Ben, Four Arms and Ben in Gwen's body battled Hex.
- In Ben 24hrs, Four Arms appeared in a daydream and attempted to stay awake.
- In The Clocktopus, Four Arms defeated the Clocktopus, but failed to get Steam Smythe.
- In Growing Pains, Four Arms escaped from Nanny Nightmare's henchmen.
- In Brief Career of Lucky Girl, Four Arms searched at Cos Con.
- In Adventures in Babysitting, Four Arms battled Simon.
- In Steam is the Word, Four Arms saved the Rust Bucket.
- In Don't Let the Bass Drop, Four Arms held a speaker.
- In Villain Time, Four Arms competed against Tim Buktu.
- In Recipe for Disaster, Four Arms pulled a tree in order to allow the Rust Bucket to park.
- In All Wet, Four Arms attempted to get Frightwig.
- In Xingo, Four Arms battled Xingo, but was defeated.
- In Bad Penny, Four Arms battled Sydney, but was defeated by Maurice.
- In Max to the Max, Four Arms caught Max's clones and battled Sydney.
- In Don't Laze Me, Bro, Four Arms escaped from Billy's robots.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 2, Four Arms put out a fire and helped Phil.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 3, Four Arms was sleeping, tried to put out a fire and battled Vilgax.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 4, Four Arms battled Vilgax.
- In Can I Keep It?, Four Arms found the Cadobitt.
- In Mayhem in Mascot, Four Arms appeared before going enhanced.
- In Screamcatcher, Four Arms ate an ice cream truck.
- In Vote Zombozo, Four Arms battled the Circus Freak Trio.
- In The 11th Alien: Part 1, Four Arms appeared before going enhanced.
- In Ben Again and Again, Four Arms battled Billy. He also used by Billy, a squirrel, and Gwen in several aborted timelines.
- In Innervasion Part 2: Call the Dream Police, Four Arms tried to get Vilgax out of the energy cage by tossing objects at it to no avail.
- In Innervasion Part 3: Strange Bedfellows, Four Arms battled Fulmini while inside the Omnitrix.
- In Rath of Con, Four Arms appeared in a daydream.
- In King of the Castle, Four Arms defeated Thornblade and escaped a mud trap made by Undertow before getting caught in Dark Matter's crystals, though he was saved by the Antitrix timing out on Kevin.
- In Charm School's Out, Four Arms lifted the Rustbucket to get a sausage.
- In Poles Apart, Four Arms defeated a polar bear.
- In Don't Touch, Four Arms appeared in a daydream when Ben imagined what samurai weapons he would have.
- In Big in Japan, Four Arms battled a dragon, but was saved by Tim Buktu.
- In Welcome to Zombozo-Zone!, Four Arms defeated Zombozo after breaking free from his mind control.
- In Big Ben 10, Four Arms was shrunk by Maurice but was saved from the Omnitrix timing out.
- In LaGrange Muraille, Four Arms stopped LaGrange.
- In Introducing Kevin 11, Four Arms defeated Skunkmoth and battled Bashmouth to no avail.
- In Mutiny for the Bounty, Four Arms battled Kraab and SixSix.
- In Four by Four, Four Arms played laser tag with Quad Smack and was almost shot by Gwen before Kevin took the shot.
- In Baby Buktu, Four Arms battled some monkeys.
- In Lickety Split, Four Arms appeared briefly during when the Omnitrix glitched. Later, he defeated Polar and Solar Twain.
- In Prey or Play, Four Arms battled Billy Billions and his drones aboard the Octopus Ride.
- In Heads of the Family, Four Arms battled Crystalfist.
- In Heat of the Moment, Four Arms was defeated by the Weatherheads.
- In Vin Diagram, Four Arms was defeated by Quad Smack.
- In Steam Fight at the OK Corral, Four Arms played with Gwen in a water fight.
- In I Don't Like You, Four Arms starred in a cooking video.
- In Roundabout: Part 2, Four Arms battled the Forever Knight in Ancient Egypt.
- In Summer Breakers, Four Arms appeared briefly before going Omni-Kix.
- In Gentle Ben, Four Arms placed the moth at the back of the Omni-Copter. Four Arms later appeared again briefly before going Omni-Kix.
- In The Monsters in Your Head, Ben was turned into Four Arms by Gwen as an example to prove that aliens exist.
- In Tokyo Fun, Part 2: Slamming It Up, Four Arms battled Polar and Solar Twain.
- In Queen of Bees, Four Arms was frightened by a bee.
- In Mud on the Run, Four Arms cheated during the mud run.
- In Chicken In Chichen Itza, Part 1: Pyramid Scheme, Four Arms battled the Quetzalcoatl.
- In Cosplay Day, Four Arms cosplayed during a fashion show but was banned for cheating.
- In Tales from the Omnitrix, Four Arms appeared in Gwen's story, where they investigated the crash site of a mysterious alien. Later, Four Arms appeared again in Ben's story where he fought Crystalfist alongside Jetray and Omni-Kix Rath. He then appeared again once more where he battled a fusion of Quad Smack, Rush and Hot Shot.
- In Ben in Rome, Part 2: The Bee's Knees, Four Arms battled the Gladiator Bee.
- In Wind Some, Lose Some, Four Arms battled the Weatherheads but timed out before he could fight Sunny.
- In Sweet Tooth, Four Arms appeared briefly before going Omni-Kix.
- The Ring Leader (first appearance)
- The Filth (x2)
- Freaky Gwen Ben (by Gwen in Ben's body; intended alien was Grey Matter)
- Ben 24hrs (x2; first time was daydream)
- The Clocktopus
- Growing Pains (as toddler)
- Brief Career of Lucky Girl
- Adventures in Babysitting
- Steam is the Word
- Don't Let the Bass Drop
- Villain Time (cameo)
- Recipe for Disaster (cameo)
- All Wet
- Bad Penny
- Max to the Max
- Don't Laze Me, Bro
- Omni-Tricked: Part 2 (x3)
- Omni-Tricked: Part 3 (x3)
- Omni-Tricked: Part 4 (x9)
- Can I Keep It?
- Mayhem in Mascot (cameo; goes enhanced)
- The 11th Alien: Part 1 (cameo; goes enhanced; intended alien was Heatblast)
- Screamcatcher (cameo)
- That's The Stuff
- The Charm Offensive (cameo)
- Super-Villain Team-Up (cameo)
- Ben Again and Again (x2 by Ben; by Billy; by a squirrel; by Gwen)
- Innervasion Part 1: Message in a Boxcar (cameo)
- Innervasion Part 2: Call the Dream Police (cameo)
- Innervasion Part 3: Strange Bedfellows
- Rath of Con (daydream)
- King of the Castle
- Welcome to Zombozo-Zone!
- Poles Apart
- Charm School's Out
- Don't Touch (daydream)
- Big in Japan
- Big Ben 10
- LaGrange Muraille
- Mutiny for the Bounty
- Introducing Kevin 11
- Four by Four
- Baby Buktu
- Lickety Split (x2; first time cameo)
- Prey or Play
- Roundabout: Part 2
- Heads of the Family
- Heat of the Moment
- Vin Diagram
- Steam Fight at the OK Corral
- I Don't Like You
- Gentle Ben (x2; second time goes Omni-Kix)
- Summer Breakers (goes Omni-Kix)
- The Monsters in Your Head
- Tokyo Fun, Part 2: Slamming It Up
- Queen of Bees
- Mud on the Run
- Chicken In Chichen Itza, Part 1: Pyramid Scheme
- Cosplay Day (off-screen transformation)
- Tales from the Omnitrix (x3)
- Ben in Rome, Part 2: The Bee's Knees
- Wind Some, Lose Some
- Sweet Tooth (goes Omni-Kix)
Four Arms is a playable alien character in the game.
Four Arms is able to use his incredible strength to tear off gate doors and remove protective plating. For this reason, he is crucial in order to defeat Weatherhead Prime, being the only alien form strong enough to damage the arms of the robotic behemoth. Four Arms' Ultimate Ability consists of him digging his hands into the ground, pulling a boulder-sized chunk and hurling it towards enemies. Four Arms is vital for progression on the The City and the The Tornado levels of the game.
Naming and Translations
|Italian||2x2||From the 2x2 mathematical multiplication, which makes 4 (four)|
|Russian||Силач||From Силач, strong man|
|Spanish (HA)||Cuatro Brazos||From cuatro, four and brazos, arms.|
- His clothes are similar to those in the original series.
- He and Jetray are the only reboot aliens who keep the voice actor from a previous series, as John DiMaggio voiced 10 year old Four Arms in The Forge of Creation, and both 11 and 16 year old Four Arms in Omniverse.
- Grey Arms (fusion of Grey Matter and Four Arms)
- Amalgam Ben (fusion of Four Arms, Ben, and the nine other aliens)
- XLRArmBlastDiamondHeat (fusion of XLR8, Four Arms, Heatblast and Diamondhead)
|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|