|Ultimate Form||Ultimate Rath|
|Powers and Abilities|
Sharp Retractable Claws
|Voice Actor||John DiMaggio|
Rath has his Heroes United appearance, but he has his second Omniverse appearance's outfit. However, his shirt covers his entire chest and he does not have a mask. Like his reboot appearance, his eyebrows are half-white.
Ben slams down the Infinimatrix's dial and is engulfed in a green light.
As the transformation track begins playing, Ben hovers in a dark green background with light green bubbles pulsating rapidly behind him and crouches.
Rath almost always speaks in third person. Sometimes, when he becomes extremely angry, he mixes up metaphors. He is self-aware that they do not make sense, but still continues to use them anyway.
Rath's muscle-over-brains mindset makes him needlessly argue with everyone around him. His big mouth often gets Rath and his teammates into trouble.
When Rath is angry at someone or something, he usually yells a sentence starting with, "Let me tell ya something" followed by the full name of the person, or their position.
Rath is very fearless to the point of recklessness. Rath also does not make empty threats.
Rath has a lot of pride in his capabilities and himself, expressing bluntness or anger instead of gratitude when being saved by someone else.
Because of Rath's extremely low intellect Kevin can't help, but mock or make fun of him.
Powers and Abilities
Rath possesses enhanced strength and agility, enabling him to jump great distances and lift objects heavier than himself. Rath's strength also gives him an advantage in combat, allowing him to power his way through many opponents and smash through tough defenses.
Rath's unbridled aggression gives him a psychological edge in combat. There are very few things that Rath fears and many opponents find it extremely difficult to beat him if he is fully enraged.
Rath possesses a large, retractable black claw on each wrist. These claws can be used to stab and slice opponents or to create a shock wave when stabbed into the ground. Whenever Rath gets determined or angry, his claws seem to grow larger.
Rath's also has a very strong bite force.
Rath is extremely durable.
Rath can run very fast, and run on walls.
Rath can release a loud roar, although this seems to be more of an intimidation tactic rather than an offensive feature.
Rath can balance on a giant yarn ball and a unicycle.
Rath is unfazed by gas.
Even though he is not one of the smartest of Ben's aliens, Rath can perform fighting moves with expert execution.
Rath's brain is hardwired for aggression and as such, Rath's main weakness is his lack of intelligence and highly aggressive temperament. This causes Rath to become easily distracted and difficult to stop once he starts fighting. He is also not quite adept for diplomatic approaches, particularly negotiations, and can make bad or difficult situations worse.
Rath's apparent lack of intelligence also often convinces him to needlessly argue with inanimate objects.
Rath can be subdued by the Hephestan Neuro Grip.
Rath has very sensitive hearing, which makes him vulnerable to loud piercing sounds, such as a certain sonic frequency signal.
Being a feline-based alien, Rath can be controlled by people that have the ability to control cats. He can also be easily distracted by a laser pointer.
Rath can be trapped in a mana bubble.
Rath can easily be knocked out by a To'kustar.
Rath has very sensitive hearing, which makes him vulnerable to loud piercing sounds.
Rath can easily be scared by Toepick's species.
Prior to Missing Pieces
- Rath was unlocked sometime in June 2010, while Alien Force was on a mission to deliver the Tiffin to Jarrett of the Pantophage.
- Credit to Echoson for the infobox image and the image in the gallery.
- Unlike his canon equivalent, Rath is not afraid of water.
- Out of all of Ben's aliens, Gwen and Kevin find Rath the most entertaining and amusing (due to his mediocre intelligence, occasionally joking about him behind his back or out of his earsight).
- Similar to Echo echo whenever Rath executes wrestling moves, he names them after stars.