Alien X is the tenth alien appearing in Alien Force. X first appears in the 13th episode, X = Ben + 2. He bears a striking resemblance to DC Comics superhero Starman. An even greater similarity between the two is that Starman claims to hear "voices in his head". It is possible, though not proven, that Alien X is based off of Starman.
Official Biography Edit
Ben is afraid that Alien X may be too powerful, and only uses him in dire situations.
Unofficial Biography Edit
Alien X is a being capable of warping reality at a whim. He has a black body covered with tiny white stars, white hands and feet, green eyes, and three horns protruding from his head. Alien X possesses three distinct personalities: Serena the voice of love and compassion; Bellicus the voice of rage and aggression; and Ben, the voice of reason. All three speak in unison when Alien X speaks. In order for Alien X to perform any action, including but not limited to simple movement and transforming back into Ben, two of the three personalities must agree to do so. As both Serena and Bellicus have been arguing for an eternity, and before Ben had no tiebreaker, getting them to focus on any present task is difficult at best, leaving the body of Alien X frozen in place while Ben attempts to convince them to act. Alien X first appears in "X = Ben + 2", where Ben uses the form to stop a flood caused by a broken dam. After much fruitless argument, Ben eventually convinces them to transform him into one of his other nine aliens. He swears off using the form afterward, as it isn't worth the price the power comes at.
Advantages & Abilities Edit
He possesses vast reality warping powers, meaning he can make his thoughts become reality.
Serena (voiced by Vicki Lewis), the voice of love and compassion; Bellicus (voiced by Kevin Conroy), the voice of rage and aggression; and Ben, the voice of reason. All three speak in unison when Alien X speaks. In order for Alien X to perform any action, including but not limited to simple movement and transforming back into Ben, two of the three personalities must agree to do so. This reveals to be a major weakness, as the personalities initially weren't even interested in dealing with present affairs and wanted to finish some past ones that weren't possible to deal with without Ben (with a comical scene were Bellicus reopens a discussion on whether or not to save dinosaurs from extinction).