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Durable Shell Energy Reflection Sharp Claws Enhanced Strength Enhanced Durability Mobile Invulnerability
In the original series, Cannonbolt was a hulking, broad-shouldered alien covered in natural, yellow armor plating on his back, shoulders and the backs of his arms. He was mostly white with black on his upper half. Each hand of his possesses claws. He originally had sharp teeth. Cannonbolt wore the Omnitrix symbol on his forehead. His eyes were yellow.
In Alien Force and Ultimate Alien, he now has full teeth and they were then human-like. He no longer has the black stripe on his chest that he did before. He wears the Omnitrix/Ultimatrix symbol on his chest and his eyes were green.
When Cannonbolt turns into a sphere he rolls up into a ball with his back plates covering him. His side plates are the plates on his hand. His sphere form has semi-circular stripes across his body with black lines around the circular plates.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Cannonbolt's shell can withstand acids, lasers, lava and even a drop from space and the heat of re-entry without any harm to the inside of the ball.
Cannonbolt can roll into a ball like an armadillo or pill bug to encase itself in this plating. There is enough space within the shell while rolled up to protect and transport other fairly big things.
In Protector of Earth, Cannonbolt can spin around to make a small tornado, roll in a circle on the ground to damage enemies, blast down to make a large shockwave, flop face-down to make a smaller shockwave, compress himself in ball form, then letting go creating a large blast, and bounce off multiple enemies.
In Vilgax Attacks, Cannonbolt can bounce around to make several shockwaves.
When in the form of a rolled-up ball, Cannonbolt can increase his rotational momentum and roll into enemies as an attack, as well as ricocheting himself off of surfaces.
Cannonbolt is subjected to the physical laws of reflection and conservation of momentum, meaning that he has difficulty stopping or controlling his direction if he picks up speed. Also, if Cannonbolt is on a very sticky surface, he can't get up, as seen in Video Games.
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