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Shock Rock's body appears to mainly consist of blue energy. There are four spikes protruding from both of his shoulders. His arms are rather large, stretching down nearly to his feet in resting position. His arms, chest, and legs are rock-like. A moss-like substance can be seen around his neck.
Shock Rock wears the Omnitrix symbol on his chest.
His shoulder spikes are retractable.
While under the influence of the High Override, Shock Rock's energy turned purple and he gained a cape. His spikes were sharper and his head shape was different.
In Welcome to Zombozo-Zone, Shock Rock wore armored shingaurds, shoulderpads and wristgaurds alongside a helmet with a green feather.
Powers and Abilities
Shock Rock has the ability to release strong, blue electrical charges from any part of his body.
Shock Rock is able to absorb and reproduce energy, such as Vilgax's lasers, to even the point where he can control it and create weapons such as a boomerang (dubbed a "bluemerang") or shield.
He can power up and enhance machines with the use of his electricity.
Shock Rock also has indestructible stone armor and possesses enhanced strength.
Shock Rock can inadvertently give his enemies an energy boost if the machine he is charging up is a trap for his power to siphon through. He is also vulnerable to being controlled by a superior member of his species, such as the High Override.
- After Upgrade's sacrifice and the unseen birth of Glitch in Omni-Tricked: Part 4, Upgrade's damaged DNA pod was replaced with a Fulmini DNA pod, thus giving Ben access to this new form. As a side effect, the unique DNA sample would spontaneously effect the other DNA samples, resulting in the Omni-Enhanced Forms.
- In The 11th Alien: Part 1, Shock Rock was first used against Vilgax.
- Starting with its first use, every time Ben would assume this form, the DNA sample would send a beacon to its kind on Fulmas.
- In The 11th Alien: Part 2, Shock Rock defeated Vilgax and the Weatherheads.
- In Half-Sies, Shock Rock freed the miners from the mine.
- In Xingo's Back, Shock Rock powered up the Xingo arcade game.
- In Bounty Ball, Shock Rock fought against Tetrax Shard, Kraab, and Sixsix.
- In Fear The Fogg, Shock Rock fought against the Fogg.
- In The Feels, Shock Rock battled the Weatherheads.
- In Innervasion Part 1: Message in a Boxcar, Shock Rock captured Vilbax in an energy cage.
- Around this time, the DNA sample began to have direct influence on Ben, even when he wasn't transformed. This resulted in voices in his head, terrifying nightmares, and taking action while sleepwalking.
- In Innervasion Part 2: Call the Dream Police, Shock Rock released Vilgax and battled the Junkbot.
- In Innervasion Part 4: Mind Over Alien Matter, Shock Rock battled the Fulmini and High Override, and was affected by the High Override's mind control.
- In Innervasion Part 5: High Override, Shock Rock was freed from mind control by Gwen and Max.
- After the Omnitrix's reboot, the glitch in the DNA sample that caused it to send a beacon to Fulmas and create the Omni-Enhanced Forms was fixed, making Shock Rock safer to use.
- In Rath of Con, Shock Rock appeared in a daydream.
- In Welcome to Zombozo-Zone!, Shock Rock captured Gwen and Max while under the effects of Zombozo's hypnotizing wand.
- In Show Don't Tell, Shock Rock destroyed the Golem of Ayasha summoned by Hex.
- In Billy Bajillions, Shock Rock was defeated by the Forgeti in a daydream.
- In Speechless on the Seine, Shock Rock battled Zombozo.
- In Don't Touch, Shock Rock fought against the Forever Knight until he timed out.
- In Franken-Fight, Shock Rock was briefly seen in video footage battling the Golem of Ayasha. He later battled Bootleg, but inadvertently caused the Rustbuggy to turn into a monster. Lastly, he teamed up with Bootleg to absorb the monster's energy.
- In Buggin' the Buggs, Shock Rock was seen featured on a magazine cover and in a daydream.
- In Mutiny for the Bounty, Shock Rock defeated Kraab and Sixsix.
- In Which Watch, Shock Rock battled Quad Smack before the latter was mistakenly taken by Charmcaster.
- The 11th Alien: Part 1 (first appearance; x2)
- The 11th Alien: Part 2 (x2)
- Xingo's Back
- Bounty Ball
- Fear The Fogg
- The Feels
- Innervasion Part 1: Message in a Boxcar
- Innervasion Part 2: Call the Dream Police
- Innervasion Part 4: Mind Over Alien Matter
- Innervasion Part 5: High Override
- Rath of Con (daydream)
- Welcome to Zombozo-Zone!
- Show Don't Tell
- Billy Bajillions (daydream)
- Speechless on the Seine
- Don't Touch
- Franken-Fight (x3; first time was video footage)
- Buggin' the Buggs (cover, daydream)
- Mutiny for the Bounty
- Introducing Kevin 11
- The Chupaca-bro
- Which Watch (off-screen transformation)
Naming and Translations
|Portuguese (Br)||Choque Rochoso||From choque, shock and rochoso, rocky|
|Spanish (HA)||Shock (promos and Alien Worlds)||Abbreviation of Shock Rock.|
- His silhouette first appeared on the Omnitrix's newly-upgraded dial at the end of Omni-Tricked: Part 4.
- Shock Rock's name is sometimes officially misspelled as "Shockrock", such as in the Alien Worlds short for his home planet of Fulmas.
- For marketing purposes, Shock Rock is considered an Omni-Enhanced alien. His toy is sold as "Omni-Enhanced Shock Rock"
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