Roar is the Proto-Ultimatrix's DNA sample of an Appoplexian from the planet Appoplexia.


Roar is about nine feet tall. He resembles a red and white bipedal tiger with one bone claw coming out of each wrist and no tail. He is also muscular and has red eyes and black stripes on his shoulders, head, legs and upper body as well as a white jaw, neck, chest, hands and feet. He wears the Proto-Ultimatrix symbol on his chest. His stomach has no fur, he has spikes on his arms and black hair and beard.

Powers and Abilities

Roar possesses enhanced strength and agility, enabling him to jump great distances and lift objects heavier than himself. This was shown by how Rath was able to easily dismember the Forever Knights' paramilitary tank via brute force and toss the still extremely large pieces around (with one hand and later with two for the tank's body) with minimal to no effort. Roar's strength also gives him an advantage in combat, allowing him to power his way through many opponents and smash through tough defenses.

Roar's unbridled aggression gives him a psychological edge in combat. There are very few things that Roar fears and many opponents find it extremely difficult to beat him if he is fully enraged.

Roar possesses a large, retractable black claw on each wrist. This claw can be used to stab and slice opponents or to create a shock wave when stabbed into the ground. Whenever Roar gets determined or angry, his claws seem to grow larger.

Roar's also has a very strong bite force, as Ben was able to easily shatter SevenSeven's blade with his sharp teeth.

Roar is extremely durable, being able to take a point-blank laser blast with no apparent effect and survive a free fall from several hundred feet in the air with only a bit of dizziness as a result. He can also run very fast, and run on walls.

Roar can also release a loud roar, although is seems to be more of an intimidation tactic rather than an offensive feature.


Roar's brain is hardwired for aggression and as such, Roar's main weakness is his lack of intelligence and highly aggressive temperament. This causes Roar 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.

Roar's apparent lack of intelligence also often convinces him to needlessly argue with inanimate objects.

Roar is scared of water, like most actual cats, but unlike actual tigers.

Roar can be subdued by the Hephestan Neuro Grip.

Roar can be lifted and thrown by species with as much or more strength than a Zaroffian.

Roar has very sensitive hearing, which makes him vulnerable to loud piercing sounds, such as a certain sonic frequency signal.

Being feline-based, Roar can be controlled by people that have the ability to control cats, like Nyancy Chan. He can also be easily distracted by a laser pointer.




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