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General Information
Species Galvanic Mechamorph
Home Planet Galvan B
Body Technological Humanoid
Powers and Abilities
Abilities Technopathy
Technological Mimicry
Technological Possession
Technology Enhancement
Optic Beam
Size Alteration
Enhanced Strength
Enhanced Durability
Space Survivability
Weaknesses Electricity Vulnerability
Magnetism Vulnerability
EMP Vulnerability
Alternate Counterparts Upgrade
First Unlocked Before The Unitrix Earth
First Appearance The Unitrix Earth

Gigabit is the Super Unitrix's DNA sample of a Galvanic Mechamorph from the moon Galvan B in Age of the Unitrix. She is the Earth-775775 equivalent of Upgrade.


Gigabit has a black exterior with green stripes resembling circuitry all over. The green circle on her head is her eye, which glows green whenever she talks. Her front half is primarily coloured green, with black stripes resembling circuitry. There is a yellow stripe around her neck, resembling Ann's clothes. The unitrix symbol is located on a shoulder pad on her right shoulder.

Transformation Sequence


Powers and Abilities

Gigabit shares the same powers as all other Galvanic Mechamorphs.

Gigabit's body is made of liquid metal, and can reshape her body at will. This can also be used by her to take over and assimilate technology. She can reconfigure any assimilated technology to suit her situation. Whilst assimilated, she can form energy constructs as a reconfiguration of that technology.

Gigabit can launch a powerful green energy blast from her eye.

Gigabit doesn't need to breath and, despite being made of liquid metal, can survive in the vacuum of space.

Gigabit can regenerate herself.


Gigabit is conductive, and is weak to electricity-based attacks.

Gigabit is weak to electromagnetic pulses and magnetic fields.

If any assimilated technology is damaged, Gigabit will also be damaged.


Gigabit was first used by Ann in a deleted scene for The Unitrix Earth. Ann was hoping to become Knockout in preparation for a game of dodge ball.


Age of the Unitrix


A Gigabit is one billion bits. It is used in data communications for measuring the amount of data transferred in a second between two telecommunication points.


Age of the Unitrix
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