Maybe they thought they're safe in "ball mode" or were unaware (or underestimated) of the Great One's abilities or its plan?
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RE: How was Cannonbolt's planet destroyed?
@Tactical-Ochoa No I don't think they evacuated, they're extinct, my guess is that they kept trying to save the planet (but not the right way) and got destroyed along with it. As shown in the episode, the process takes some time so they had enough time to fight. This might imply that they are (were) not the brightest species.
Also, the Great One's followers/helpers weren't concerned or scared when they saw Cannonbolt (Ben), if the Arburian Pelarotas would've done even at least some damage when the Great One was on their planet, the followers would've been concerned that Ben might figure out how to do it as well. They basically thought the species isn't capable of doing anything to prevent the "cleansing" from happening, a fact that they probably got from personal experience, if you catch my drift.
How was Cannonbolt's planet destroyed?
In OS, The Great One destroyed Cannonbolt's home planet, even though Ben as Cannonbolt defeated him on Earth. My question is, why didn't Arburian Pelarotas fight back? There was a whole planet full of them, and one was enough to destroy the Great One. Are they really not intelligent enough to figure it out that you have to destroy it from the inside?
RE: Ben 10 2016 Reboot Episode Review: Omni-Tricked
Now this is a good episode. Although I would've preferred that this would be done with OS's art style, I still like it. However, IMO, Yuri Lowenthal was not a good choice as a VA for Vilgax.
RE: Addressing the Ben 10 Reboot Part 4: Show/Episode Discussions cont.
And stop being comedy-exclusive, not every show has to be a comedy show, some need action as well
RE: Addressing the Ben 10 Reboot Part 3: Show/Episode Discussions
As Ben himself said:
(Credits to luis cortazar for the joke tho, I just found it in the video comments, it's hilarious)
RE: Who wants Ben 10 to be put on Netflix and/or Adultswim?
I believe Adult Swim would be a great choice, considering how good their shows are (for example R&M and Samurai Jack S05). They wouldn't have to "dumb it down" either.
RE: The dragon from Be-Knighted
@XLR8 Now let's go back to the episode in the Original Series called Ghostfreaked Out. There is a scene in that episode where the moment Zs'Skayr made the attempt to possess Ben, the Omnitrix instantly charged itself and transformed Ben into Grey Matter as a security measure to protect Ben from being possessed by Zs'Skayr since that Zs'Skayr can't possess Ben when he is in one of his alien forms. Because of this feature in the Omnitrix, the scene with Ben letting Zs'Skayr possess him to regain Ghostfreak should not have gone the way it was portrayed in. Instead, the way that scene should've actually happened would be for Ben, in one of his alien forms, looking like an absolute idiot for forgetting the Omnitrix's security measure that would turn Ben into one of his aliens and thus as a result immediately kick Zs'Skayr out of his body.
As for the Zs'Skayr clip that you posted, that is not how the scene is supposed to be portrayed in the way that we saw it as. simply because of how the episode Ghostfreaked Out established the Omnitrix's security measure that protects Ben from becoming possessed by Zs'Skayr.
@Tactical-Ochoa The Omnitrix gives the right alien needed to survive, correct? If so, wasn't the security measure actually established in OS S02E07 (Camp Fear)? He unlocked Wildvine when he was captured by mushrooms/plants or something, exactly what he needed to survive. Now that I think about it, unlocking Cannonbolt a few episodes back was just what he needed to defeat the Great One, although that was before his life was in danger, therefore not related to the security measure, am I right?