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Ben as Snare-oh
In the original series, Snare-oh's eyes and the gaps between his bandages glowed green. He wore a black and gold pharaoh's headdress, as well as black bracers and greaves. Snare-oh wore the Omnitrix symbol on his left shoulder.
In Omniverse, Snare-oh's head-dress is now black, with two glowing green gaps on either side of it, and a gold rimming at the bottom. His green eyes are now surrounded by crown-like golden spikes, his lower face is wrapped in bandages, and his chin is black with more green gaps on it, with a golden beard-like spine jutting from it. The gaps on his chest are now gone, and his bandages are more ragged, as well as more layers being visible, and is more greyish-brown in color. His upper chest and shoulders are covered by a large collar/wrap-like garment with green and black stripes. He has black-and-gold pads on each shoulder, with each one having a green "eye" on them. The tendrils on his back are much shorter. The ties on his Shendyt are replaced by a single bandage. His braces and greaves now have gold trimmings and each have two, much larger green gaps on them. He has an extra "toe" on each of his heels. The Omnitrix is on a green-and-white belt around his waist.
Ben 10,000 as Snare-oh
Snare-oh's clothing is recolored to look like the Mummy, and his eyes and the gaps between his bandages glow green.
Benzarro as Snare-oh
Benzarro's Snare-oh looks identical to Ben's Snare-oh in Omniverse, except his eyes, bandage gaps, and Omnitrix symbol are recolored lavender, the bandages are recolored white, the golden parts are recolored silver, and the stripe on his belt is recolored black.
Powers and Abilities
Being composed of bandages, Snare-oh can reshape his body at will. This allows him to split himself apart to dodge attacks and reform to counter-attack. He can also generate more bandages for various needs.
Snare-oh can regenerate himself and recover from many types of injuries, including being torn into confetti by a large fan, almost instantly.
Similar to Wildvine, Snare-oh can extend his bandages, from his fingers or from his body, creating a sturdy wall. He can also sever the bandages he extends. His bandages are shown to be so strong that they can even restrain Fourmungousaur, who has the combined strength of Four Arms and Humungousaur.
Snare-oh also has a surprising amount of speed and agility for his size and bandages, even enough to scale walls and dodge attacks with relative ease. His composition also allows him to survive in the vacuum of space.
By reducing himself down to single bandages, Snare-oh can slip through extremely tight spaces or small openings. This allows him to escape various traps or maneuver through cramped areas.
Snare-oh can break his body apart to create a pile of bandages to cushion a landing. His face is separated from the rest of the bandages in the process.
When extending his limbs, or other parts of his body, Snare-oh becomes susceptible to strong winds and suction forces.
There is an upper limit to how much tension Snare-oh's bandages can withstand before breaking. Much like Wildvine, Snare-oh can also be tangled up in his own bandages.
Snare-oh can be stepped on and squished, stopping him momentarily.
- Snare-oh was unlocked in Under Wraps after the Mummy touched the Omnitrix.
- Snare-oh first appeared in The Return, where be battled the Yenaldooshi.
- Ben 10,000
- In The Frogs of War: Part 1, Snare-oh grappled onto an Incursean space fighter, rediscovering his abilities for the first time since he was 10, until the Randomizer switched him into Rath.
- In Return to Forever, Snare-oh was used to send a Pyroxovore herd back to their holding pens.
- In Bengeance Is Mine, Snare-oh battled Psyphon and the Squid Monsters and trapped them.
- In Secret of Dos Santos, Snare-oh saved Rook and Kai from falling, and fought a Jungle Guardian.
- Season 3
- The Frogs of War: Part 1 (first reappearance)
- Season 4
- Season 5
- Season 8
- Season 5
Naming and Translations
|Albanian||Mumja||From mumja meaning mummy|
|Arabic||بنمومي||From Benmummi, Benmummy|
Снеър Оу || From the original English name
|Chinese||木乃伊||From 木乃伊 (Mù Nǎi Yī), mummy|
|Croatian||Mumija||From Mumija, Mummy|
|Dutch||Benmummie||From Benmummie, Benmummy|
|French|| Benmommie (Original Series)|
| From Ben, and mommie, mummy|
From papyrus, papyrus
|German||Die Mumie||From die Mumie, the mummy|
|Greek||Μπενμούμια||From Μπεν, Ben and μούμια, mummy|
|Hebrew||מומיה||From מומיה, mummy|
|Hungarian|| A Múmia (Original Series)|
| From a múmia, the mummy|
From kacsó, hand
|Italian|| Benmummia (Original Series)|
| From Ben, and mummia, mummy|
From faraone, pharaoh
|Norwegian||Benmumie||From Benmumie, Benmummy|
|Polish||BenMumia||From Ben, and mumia, mummy|
|Portuguese (Br)||Snare-oh||From the original english name.|
|Romanian||Benmumia||From Ben, and mumia, mummy|
|Russian|| Бен Мумия|
| From Бенмумия, Benmummy|
From Lowushka, snare
|Serbian||Бенмумија (Benmumija)||From Бенмумија (Benmumija), Benmummy|
|Spanish (HA)|| Benmomia|
| From Benmomia, Benmummy|
From Momiaben, Mummy-Ben
From the original English name
|Spanish (Spain)||Faratón||From faraón, pharaoh|
|Turkish||Mumya||From mumya, mummy|
His placeholder name, Benmummy, is a combination of "Ben" and "mummy".
Snare-oh's name comes from "snare", meaning to tie up, and the "-oh" is derived from "pharaoh", a word for an Egyptian king.
- Snare-oh is one of the four aliens whose working name had Ben's name in it; the other three being Blitzwolfer, Frankenstrike and Nanomech.
- Snare-oh was never officially named by Ben (the name "Benmummy" was assigned to him by the credits during the original series). In Omniverse, the placeholder name "Benmummy" was replaced with Snare-oh.
- Snare-oh's DNA was already in the Omnitrix; Ben misunderstood what the Omnitrix was doing when it "sampled" the Mummy's DNA.[DM 1]
- When Snare-oh stretches his bandages in the original series, a deep, ghostly, moaning sound can be heard.
- He replaces Feedback in the opening intro of Omniverse's Arc 5.
- For Omniverse, Chap Yaep designed Snare-oh based on Derrick J. Wyatt's roughs.[DJW 1]
- At some point late in production for Season 3 of the original series, Snare-oh's Omnitrix symbol was intended to be on his left wrist.
- Like Frankenstrike, Arctiguana, Buzzshock, and Murk Upchuck, Snare-oh appeared in Omniverse, but he didn't appear in A New Dawn.