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- 1 Appearance
- 2 Powers and Abilities
- 3 Weaknesses
- 4 History
- 5 Appearances
- 6 Video Games
- 7 Naming and Translations
- 8 Trivia
- 9 References
- 10 Alternate Counterparts
Wildvine is a plant-like humanoid who has two arms with four fingers on each hand. His hands are covered with leaves. Wildvine has spikes on his hands and elbows. His hands and feet are dark green, and his body, arms, legs, and head are lime green. Wildvine has vines on his arms, and wrinkles on his stomach, neck, and a portion of his legs.
Wildvine has a large dark green leaf connected to his back and torso and has dark green lips. He has one blue eye, and a lime green leaf acting as a collar around his neck. He also has large, dark green seeds on his back. Wildvine wears the Omnitrix symbol on his chest.
In Ye Olde Laser Duel, Wildvine wore a green vest with blue orbs on his chest and shoulders and a fake brown mustache.
In Innervasion Part 3: Strange Bedfellows, the Omnitrix symbol was absent from Wildvine due to being used inside the Omnitrix.
Powers and Abilities
Wildvine can grow and retract his body. He can also grow vines to trap others, which appear to be his fingers coming off.
Wildvine is able grow vines tentacles on his back that be can be used as legs that supports his body.
WIldvine is capable of elasticity and body alteration. He also has enhanced flexibility, agility, and digging.
Wildvine can grow seeds on his back that contain a whole host of substances (lethal and non-lethal). His seeds can also grow vines.
Wildvine is very agile being able to swing from tree to tree. He can turn his arm into a large leaf that is able to scoop up dirt.
Wildvine possesses enhanced strength and is able to regenerate his body if it is damaged.
Wildvine can grow thorns on his body and shoot them from his hands as projectiles.
Wildvine can create small green pretty flowers by vomiting.
Wildvine's vines can be tangled. He can also be tangled up in his own vines.
Wildvine's vines are not indestructible, as they are only resistant to a certain degree and can be break apart by species with as much or more strength than a Tetramand, as demonstrated with Thornblade.
- Wildvine first appeared in Rustbucket RIP, where he chased Billy.
- In Ben 24hrs, Wildvine appeared in a daydream.
- In Bright Lights, Black Hearts, Wildvine helped Gwen sneak into the movie set.
- In Recipe for Disaster, Wildvine put out a burning stall and was captured by the Alien Chefs.
- In All Wet, Wildvine stopped Frightwig in a flashback.
- In Cutting Corners, Wildvine cornered the Boblins' village in order to not annoy them again.
- In Forgeti, Wildvine got himself and Gwen to Dr. Animo's lair.
- In Scared Silly, Wildvine defeated Karl.
- In Bentuition: Wildvine 01, Wildvine danced with Gwen and the Adrenaland mascots but accidentally got them tangled in his vines.
- In Bentuition: Wildvine 02, Wildvine tried to avoid water bombs throwed by Gwen, however he gets plucked by birds instead.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 1, Wildvine appeared due to a glitch.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 2, Wildvine saved Phil.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 3, Wildvine appeared thrice. Firstly, he tried to remove Phil's device from the Omnitrix. Then, he battled Vilgax. Lastly, he appeared due to a glitch.
- In Omni-Tricked: Part 4, Wildvine appeared twice due to a glitch and battled Vilgax twice.
- In Can I Keep It?, Wildvine played with the Cadobbit and later stopped Dr. Animo.
- In Battle at Biggie Box, Wildvine briefly appeared before going Enhanced.
- In Bon Voyage, Wildvine was used to try and escape Ben's seasickness to no effect.
- In Mayhem in Mascot, Wildvine repaired Yawk's soulless body.
- In Animorphosis, Wildvine partially appeared when Dr. Animo was transforming.
- In Creature Feature, Wildvine defeated The That.
- In Reststop Roustabout, Wildvine closed the curtains.
- In Chicken Nuggets of Wisdom, Wildvine tried to change the radio to no avail.
- In Ye Olde Laser Duel, Wildvine played laser tag with Steam Smythe.
- In Innervasion Part 3: Strange Bedfellows, Wildvine battled Fulmini while inside the Omnitrix.
- In Innervasion Part 5: High Override, Wildvine was locked from the active playlist and replaced with Humungousaur due to the Omnitrix's reboot.
- In King of the Castle, Wildvine appeared in a daydream.
- In Ben Gen 10, Wildvine appeared as one of the many alien templates used for Hex's army.
- Rustbucket RIP (first appearance)
- Ben 24hrs (daydream)
- Bright Lights, Black Hearts
- Recipe for Disaster
- All Wet (flashback; cameo)
- Cutting Corners (unintentional transformation)
- Forgeti (cameo)
- Scared Silly
- Omni-Tricked: Part 1
- Omni-Tricked: Part 2
- Omni-Tricked: Part 3 (x3)
- Omni-Tricked: Part 4 (x4)
- Can I Keep It? (x2; first time was cameo)
- Battle at Biggie Box (cameo; goes enhanced)
- Bon Voyage
- Mayhem in Mascot (cameo)
- Animorphosis (partial; by Animo)
- Creature Feature (off-screen transformation)
- Safari Sa'Bad (off-screen; goes enhanced)
- Reststop Roustabout (cameo)
- Chicken Nuggets of Wisdom (cameo)
- Ye Olde Laser Duel (cameo)
- All Koiled Up (off-screen transformation; goes enhanced)
- Innervasion Part 3: Strange Bedfellows (cameo)
- King of the Castle (daydream)
- Ben Gen 10 (by Hex's army)
Wildvine is a playable alien character in the game.
Wildvine is initially unavailable, but is unlocked at the beginning of the Funhouse level.
Wildvine is able to use the vines on his back to grapple himself to higher areas.
Wildvine's Ultimate Ability consists of him jumping in the air, using the vines on his back to rapidly pummel enemies and then as anchors to perform a dive bomb.
Wildvine is vital for progression on the Funhouse and Scrapyard levels of the game.
Wildvine is a playable alien in the game.
Naming and Translations
|Italian||Wildvine||From the original English name|
|Portuguese (Br)||Cipó Selvagem||From cipó, vine, and selvagem, wild|
|From лоза, vine|
From дикая, wild and лоза, vine
|Spanish (HA)||Wildvine||From the original English name|
- The way Wildvine can make vines on his back act like legs is similar to Ultimate Spidermonkey's original design from Ultimate Alien.
- Despite being replaced with Humungousaur beginning in Season 3, it was hinted by Duncan Rouleau that Wildvine would return in the future,[DR 1] foreshadowing his appearance in Ben Gen 10.
- It's implied that Wildvine was added back to the active playlist during Ben Gen 10, as his DNA pod can be seen briefly in the loading chamber while Rex Salazar was removing his nanites from the Omnitrix.
|Introduced in Season 1||Cannonbolt • Diamondhead • Four Arms • Gax • Grey Matter • Heatblast • Overflow • Stinkfly • Upgrade • Wildvine • XLR8|
|Introduced in Season 2||Rath • Shock Rock|
|Introduced in Season 3||Humungousaur • Slapback|
|Introduced in Season 4||Goop • Jetray • Way Big|
|Introduced in Season 5||Big Chill • Bloxx • Buzzshock • Chromastone • Ripjaws • Spidermonkey • Surge|
|Omni-Enhanced Aliens||Cannonbolt • Diamondhead • Four Arms • Grey Matter • Heatblast • Overflow • Stinkfly • Wildvine • XLR8|
|Omni-Kix Aliens||Cannonbolt • Diamondhead • Four Arms • Heatblast • Humungousaur • Jetray • Rath • Shock Rock • Slapback • XLR8|
|Omni-Naut Aliens||Heatblast • Jetray • Humungousaur • Shock Rock|
|Fusion Aliens||Amalgam Alien • Amalgam Ben • Grey Arms • XLRArmBlastDiamondHeat|
|Non-Canon Aliens||Banana Alien • Black Hat Alien • Hotdawg • Mole-Stache • Scooter Alien|
|Non-Canon Fusion Aliens||Omnitrix Glitch Fusion • Diamondhead-Humungousaur Fusion • Rath Arms • Shock Blast|