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The AntiTrix is a knock-off alternative to the Omnitrix created by Kevin Levin on Earth.

Appearance

The AntiTrix is a makeshift replica of the Omnitrix's season 1 model, with the dial symbol turned red and appearing in half, resembling a letter 'K', and with the addition of four metal protrusions ending in red lights.

Features

General

  • The AntiTrix is a DNA-Altering device, using contained alien DNA to transform the user into that species of alien.
  • The AntiTrix has a quick change feature.[1]

AntiTrix Symbol Position

  • The AntiTrix symbol is generally located on the chest of the transformations.

Clothing

  • The AntiTrix is able to clothe the transformations, such as providing pants and additional body armor for Wreckingbolt.

Known Unlocked Aliens

Alien Species When It Was Unlocked/First Used
Bashmouth Unknown First used in Introducing Kevin 11
Bootleg Galvanic Mechamorph First used in Franken-Fight
Crystal Fist Petrosapien First used in Franken-Fight
Dark Matter Galvan First used in King of the Castle
Hot Shot Pyronite First used in Buggy Out
Quad Smack Tetramand First used in Which Watch
Rush Kineceleran First used in Introducing Kevin 11
Skunkmoth Lepidopterran First used in Introducing Kevin 11
Thornblade Florauna First used in King of the Castle
Undertow Cascan First used in King of the Castle
Wreckingbolt Arburian Pelarota First used in This One Goes to 11

History

The AntiTrix was, at some point, created by Kevin Levin, who gained the blueprints to the device in a dream. However, the boy arrogantly decided to make minor modifications to the device, making the aliens Kevin becomes somewhat different and more powerful than the normal variant, but also more unstable.

Appearances

Ben 10

Season 3

Trivia

  • Unlike the Omnitrix it is modeled after, the AntiTrix can have more than 10 transformations unlocked at a time.[2]
  • The AntiTrix can keep Kevin transformed for much more longer than the Omnitrix.

References

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