- 1 Overview
- 2 Reset Bumps
- 3 Significant Dimensions
- 3.1 Dimension 2 (Prime Timeline)
- 3.2 Dimension 4
- 3.3 Dimension 5
- 3.4 Dimension 9 (Steam Timeline)
- 3.5 Dimension 11
- 3.6 Dimension 12
- 3.7 Dimension 13
- 3.8 Dimension 23
- 3.9 Dimension 63
- 3.10 Dimension 79
- 3.11 Dimension ???
- 3.12 Dimension W҉̨̟̝̺̖̥͈̙̙̩̼̹̞̯̱ͅk̨̛̦̻̻̯̻̪̱̫ͅͅh̨̹͓̙̜̻̲̜̟̬Y̡̖̟̭̳̜͘͟r̗͉̫͓̱͝ḷ̶̗̳͉͕̮̘͓̟͎̖͕̮͇͟͡ǵ̶̡̟̺̲͇̙̕
Earth-83's culture and sciences are a fusion of the main Ben 10 canon and real life, giving it a more expansive lore. Though media and restaurants from the Ben 10 universe, such as Sumo Slammers and Mr. Smoothies, still exist, this universe also contains most elements of real-life culture as well, as evidenced by Tech's numerous pop culture references, and Napoleon basing his gimmicks off of Gurren Lagann.
Earth-83 has the unique trait of being subject to resets due to an object known as the Celestial Clock, which was created as a failsafe against the Anti-Life Entity. Every time Earth-83 loses the ability to suppress the Entity, the Celestial Clock resets time and adds a 'bump' to the flow of events, creating a new set of circumstances that can hopefully successfully suppress the Entity. This process is random and automated, and while it is currently unknown how many resets in total have taken place, there have been two known versions of Earth-83 so far:
This version of Earth-83 contained the events of:
This version of Earth-83 was created in Starman when Divara used the Celestial Clock to undo her manipulations of the timeline. Most of the events in the Original version of the universe occurred the same way without incident, save for Tech 10: Star Spirit's events being replaced by those of Star Spirit Imaginate. Additionally, a new series of events covered by the series Tech Cross began to emerge in 2020, though the specific reasons for this remain unknown.
Earth-83's dimensions, more accurately known as timelines, follow the rules of Panglar's Theorem, which is a modified version of multiverse theory.
Dimension 2 (Prime Timeline)
This timeline was the place of origin for Aeron.
Dimension 9 (Steam Timeline)
This timeline contains a world where everything seems to be stuck in a Victorian-Era culture, with the resident advanced technology, including the SpecTrix, running on steam power. It was temporarily fused with Dimension 2 in Picking Up Steam.
This timeline was broken apart thanks to the actions of the Celestialsapiens, and used to contain what is now known as Apocalypse Earth.
This timeline contained the events of the old Mack 10.
This timeline contained the events of the miniseries 13.
Earth-83's version of the Canon Earth's 23rd dimension.
This timeline is apparently constantly invaded by strange mecha. Where they come from and what their ultimate purpose is remains unknown, but there certainly isn't a short supply of people that want to fight giant robots, especially using other giant robots. It also has the odd trait of all the characters of the Prime Timeline being present, but having swapped genders.
This timeline has an odd obsession with crystalline aesthetics and the arts. All conflicts are resolved with interplanetary dance battles that take place in crowded stadiums.
This timeline has only been speculated upon, and is thought to be the origin dimension of the Anti-Life Entity (and, by extension, the Animam Creari).
This timeline is a metaphysical pocket dimension, known to the universe at large as W҉̨̟̝̺̖̥͈̙̙̩̼̹̞̯̱ͅk̨̛̦̻̻̯̻̪̱̫ͅͅh̨̹͓̙̜̻̲̜̟̬Y̡̖̟̭̳̜͘͟r̗͉̫͓̱͝ḷ̶̗̳͉͕̮̘͓̟͎̖͕̮͇͟͡ǵ̶̡̟̺̲͇̙̕, though it prefers to be called The Void.