History Trivia / Ben10

29th Mar '17 10:39:29 AM creader
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* FranchiseZombie: Creator/ManOfActionStudios only worked on this series. The ''three'' following sequel shows were Cartoon Network's doing.



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10th Mar '17 7:21:01 PM Fangusu
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** Gwen was initially written as an unrelated classmate who happened to be best friends with Ben. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead; it was probably because if Gwen were a family relative rather than just a friend, then it would be easier to justify her being on a long road trip with Ben and Max. This is referenced via a DevelopmentGag in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.

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** Gwen was initially written as an unrelated a classmate who happened to be best friends with Ben. It is unknown why she became Ben, but otherwise had no familial relation to him. Although unconfirmed, the most likely reason for Gwen being rewritten as a cousin instead; it was probably because if Gwen were a family relative rather than just a friend, then so that it would be easier to justify her being on a long road trip with Ben and Max. This is referenced via a DevelopmentGag in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.
31st Jan '17 10:27:04 PM RacattackForce
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31st Jan '17 10:27:02 PM RacattackForce
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** Gwen was initially written as an unrelated classmate who happened to be friends with Ben. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead; it was probably because if Gwen were a family relative rather than just a friend, then it would be easier to justify her being on a long road trip with Ben and Max. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.

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** Gwen was initially written as an unrelated classmate who happened to be best friends with Ben. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead; it was probably because if Gwen were a family relative rather than just a friend, then it would be easier to justify her being on a long road trip with Ben and Max. This is referenced via a DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.
28th Oct '16 11:50:19 AM Fangusu
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** Gwen was initially written as Ben's classmate and best friend, and had no familial relation to him. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead, though the most likely reason was that her being a family member was the best justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben and his grandfather. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.

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** Gwen was initially written as Ben's an unrelated classmate and best friend, and had no familial relation who happened to him. be friends with Ben. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead, though the most likely reason instead; it was that probably because if Gwen were a family relative rather than just a friend, then it would be easier to justify her being a family member was the best justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben and his grandfather.Max. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.
10th Oct '16 11:16:29 PM SamMax
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* GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld: Creator/ManOfActionStudios created the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' show. It has been repeatedly stated by them and others that they have nothing to do with [[WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce the]] [[WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien three]] [[WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse sequels]], as those shows had entirely different creative teams: Creator/DwayneMcDuffie for ''Alien Force'' and ''Ultimate Alien'' and [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Matt Youngberg]] for ''Omniverse''. Even then, they were mostly on writing duties in regards to the original series, due to the inexperience they had with animation production at the time. They only gained full creative control upon the ContinuityReboot.ContinuityReboot.

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* GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld: Creator/ManOfActionStudios created the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' show. It has been repeatedly stated by them and others that they have nothing to do with [[WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce the]] [[WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien three]] [[WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse sequels]], as those shows had entirely different creative teams: Creator/DwayneMcDuffie for ''Alien Force'' and ''Ultimate Alien'' and [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Matt Youngberg]] for ''Omniverse''. Even then, they were mostly on writing duties in regards to the original series, due to the inexperience they had with animation production at the time. They only gained full creative control upon the ContinuityReboot.ContinuityReboot.
23rd Aug '16 4:34:53 PM RacattackForce
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* GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld: Man of Action Studios created the original ''{{Ben 10}}'' show. It has been repeatedly stated by them and others that they have nothing to do with [[Ben10AlienForce the]] [[Ben10UltimateAlien three]] [[Ben10Omniverse sequels]], as ''Ben 10'' is owned by Cartoon Network and those shows were given entirely different creative teams. Ironically, Cartoon Network has brought Man of Action back on for the ContinuityReboot.

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* GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld: Man of Action Studios Creator/ManOfActionStudios created the original ''{{Ben ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' show. It has been repeatedly stated by them and others that they have nothing to do with [[Ben10AlienForce [[WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce the]] [[Ben10UltimateAlien [[WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien three]] [[Ben10Omniverse [[WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse sequels]], as ''Ben 10'' is owned by Cartoon Network and those shows were given had entirely different creative teams. Ironically, Cartoon Network has brought Man of Action back on teams: Creator/DwayneMcDuffie for ''Alien Force'' and ''Ultimate Alien'' and [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Matt Youngberg]] for ''Omniverse''. Even then, they were mostly on writing duties in regards to the original series, due to the inexperience they had with animation production at the time. They only gained full creative control upon the ContinuityReboot.ContinuityReboot.



* WordOfGod states that Humans (Homosapians) in the series actually have special powers all their own but it isn't as obvious as other species. They can interbreed with most other species, they are one of only a very select few who can us magic and manipulate mana, and they are the only species who have a form of Adaptability which makes them suited to live in various climates, terrains, and even outer dimensions with little to no effort.
* At the very end of the where the elves try to get Grandpa Max to be Santa, you'll notice that the three children who talk to the old man look familiar. Who are they? Why, none other than Konohamaru, Moegi, and Udon from Naruto!

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* WordOfGod states that Humans (Homosapians) in the series actually have special powers all their own but it isn't as obvious as other species. They can interbreed with most other species, they are one of only a very select few who can us magic and manipulate mana, and they are the only species who have a form of Adaptability which makes them suited to live in various climates, terrains, and even outer dimensions with little to no effort.
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At the very end of the where the elves try to get Grandpa Max to be Santa, you'll notice that the three children who talk to the old man look familiar. Who are they? Why, none other than Konohamaru, Moegi, and Udon from Naruto!
23rd Aug '16 4:24:06 PM RacattackForce
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** Gwen was initially written as Ben's best friend and had no familial relation to him. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead, though the most likely reason was that her being a family member was the best justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben and his grandfather. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.

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** Gwen was initially written as Ben's classmate and best friend friend, and had no familial relation to him. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead, though the most likely reason was that her being a family member was the best justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben and his grandfather. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.
23rd Aug '16 4:23:46 PM RacattackForce
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** Gwen was initially written as an unrelated classmate who happened to be Ben's best friend. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead, but the most likely reason was so that it would be easier to figure out an acceptable justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.

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** Gwen was initially written as an unrelated classmate who happened to be Ben's best friend. friend and had no familial relation to him. It is unknown why she became a cousin instead, but though the most likely reason was so that it would be easier to figure out an acceptable her being a family member was the best justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben.Ben and his grandfather. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.



** Eyeguy was initially rejected due to being seen as too creepy; only when ''Secret of the Omnitrix'' did the writers decide to use him in an alternate scene.

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** Eyeguy was initially rejected due to being seen as too creepy; only when ''Secret of the Omnitrix'' did the writers decide was able to use him the character in an alternate scene.
14th Jul '16 12:27:22 AM Fangusu
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** In the show's pre-production stages, Gwen was an unrelated classmate who also happened to be Ben's best friend. The most likely reason she was rewritten as a cousin was so that it would be easier to figure out an acceptable justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.

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** In the show's pre-production stages, Gwen was initially written as an unrelated classmate who also happened to be Ben's best friend. The It is unknown why she became a cousin instead, but the most likely reason she was rewritten as a cousin was so that it would be easier to figure out an acceptable justification for her to be on a long road trip with Ben. This DevelopmentGag is referenced in the WhatIf episode "Goodbye and Good Riddance", where Ben and Gwen become classmates at the end of the episode in order to better combat villains that might attack their hometown.
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