|Home World||Slagmas II|
|Alternate Counterparts|| Rockoustic (Original Series)|
Rockoustic (Tech 10: Rebooted)
|Powers and Abilities|
|Abilities|| Super Strength|
|Namesake||Like A Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan|
|First Appearance||Working on the Railroad|
Rolling Stone is an alien from the series Tech 10: Star Spirit.
Rolling Stone's abilities include:
- Super Strength
- Explosion Creation
Rolling Stone is a stone humanoid alien, with large spikes lining his arms, shoulders, and head, and several larger spikes lining his legs. The StarTrix symbol is on his belt.
Rolling Stone's body mass is extremely dense, making him relatively slow and completely unable to swim.
Planet and Species Information
Rolling Stone is a Metamentian from Slagmas II.
Slagmas II is extremely hot, as it is a Mars-sized planet still forming from the leftovers of its destroyed former self, Slagmas.
The exact cause of the catastrophe is unknown; however, it has been theorized that a large asteroid crashed into the planet, causing it's already geologically-unstable formation to split apart. Metamentians are thankfully an extremely peaceful race, mainly because if they weren't, they could easily destroy everything in the galaxy.
When used as a Projection Transformation, Rolling Stone's primary directive is to use as little violence as possible for conflict resolution, to the point where it may be unable to neutralize the threat.
An alternate version of Rolling Stone known as 'Deathrock' first appeared in Mad World. His appearance is generally the same, save for an inverted color scheme and the StarTrix symbol being replaced with that of an unknown Omnitrix.
- Working on the Railroad (Debut)
- Fire and the Flames
- Blood and the Moon: Part 2
- If: Part 1
- Secret Valentine
- Rolling Stone's DNA sample has been tampered with, making him far less powerful than his other counterparts, but far more useful.
- Rolling Stone is so far the only returning alien from previous Tech 10 series.
- Rolling Stone's uniform was originally designed for the first draft of his Rebooted counterpart.
- Deathrock's name is taken directly from the Deathrock music genre.