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Xylene's ship is shaped in a very peculiar manner, being mostly horizontal but with a ring surrounding the back of the ship, seemingly acting both as thrusters and landing gear. It is navy blue with some components being green.
When rebuilt, Xylene's ship had a very uniform silver color scheme.
While Xylene was carrying the Omnitrix,[pop-up 1] Vilgax attacked her near the asteroid belt and rings of Saturn, seeking the device, forcing Xylene to make the decision of sending it in a pod locked on to Max's DNA signature.[pop-up 2] With the pressure of being attacked, she accidentally missed Max’s location and the Omnitrix's containment pod was sent to the nearby forest, where his grandson Ben Tennyson stumbled upon it.
Xylene managed to send a powerful enough energy blast to accurately hit Vilgax, forcing him out of commission after much of his body was destroyed. Unfortunately, Xylene’s ship also suffered a major blow from Vilgax’s ship and crashed on Earth. She and the remains of her ship were then frozen for quite some time until a group of Inuits found her.
Xylene's ship was later repaired, albeit with a slight change in appearance. She asked Max to go with her, but he declined, and her ship departed Earth soon after.
- And Then There Were 10 (first appearance)
- And Then There Was Ben (first reappearance; past)
- It is the first thing (that is not part of a background) ever seen in the series.
- The ship was designed by Dave Johnson, the show's first Art Director. Alex Soto originally wanted it to have a rainbow color scheme.[DJ 1]