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Nega Feedback is the Omnitrix's DNA sample of a Conductoid from the Teslavorr Nebula.


Nega Feedback has three volts on each arm and three on the back. He has lavender markings on his chest and shoulders and sports a lavender arrowed stripe on his torso.

Powers and Abilities

Similar to Nega Chromastone, Nega Feedback has the ability to absorb and redirect any kind of energy, most commonly electricity. This ability is refined to the point that Nega Feedback can redirect energy at near-point-blank range. He absorbs energy through the plug-like conductors on his antennae, tail, and fingers.

Feedback can absorb energy out of living beings, and he can use stored energy to generate electrical charges, which can be used as ranged attacks or to empower his punches. Nega Feedback can fire energy Nega balls by joining his fingers and absorbing the energy out of electric devices.

He has enhanced agility and jumping abilities, and possesses enhanced speed but only while running quickly on power lines, and he can fly by projecting energy behind him like a jet engine. Nega Feedback has enhanced strength, as he can punch a boulder apart and charge out of a building by busting down a wall with ease.

Nega Feedback is able to stretch the plugs on his head, hips, and hands for more range. He can also "smell" radio signals by using his antennae. Nega Feedback can levitate, as seen when he Feedback about to defeat Maltruant with the energy released by the latter's Annihilargh. Although he has never trained himself to do so, Nega Feedback is implied to be able to survive in the vacuum of space due to his species being born in a nebula.


Nega Feedback needs to absorb energy from time to time to fight because the energy contained within him will deplete with use. Nega Feedback's antennae can be easily pulled on, causing him great discomfort and leaving him stuck in place.

Nega Feedback cannot stop himself from shooting his electric energy blasts, meaning he will have to resort to shooting it all up in the air if he fails to catch his target.




  • Just like Prime Feedback, Nega Feedback makes Ben happy when he uses him, which is also a reason for him to keep turning to him when he feels worse than normal.
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