|First Appearance||A Jolt from the Past|
Galileans are bulky, gravity-controlling aliens with rocks covering their bodies.
Galileans are bulky, rock armored aliens. They are reddish-brown in color and have a red/orange core on the center of their chest, and have four reddish-brown fingers and three grey toes. They have black markings on their face, as well as a big mouth.
Galileans do not live on planets, as they themselves are tiny planets. They live in space and orbit their sun.
At some point in their life cycle, Galileans orbit Keplorr.
According to Max, Galileans are known to be wise and patient.
Powers and Abilities
Galileans have the ability to manipulate gravity; to either make objects lighter than air or incredibly heavy.
Galileans can levitate via gravity manipulation.
Galileans can make objects orbit around them and can roll up into a planetary sphere.
If a Galilean takes large amounts of damage to their core, they could meltdown and explode, much like an actual planet.
As shown in For a Few Brains More, sudden changes in mass can throw off a Galilean's orbit.
Sharp Mountain Peaks
|First Appearance||For a Few Brains More|
Evolved Galileans no longer have legs and move by floating by manipulating their gravitational field. Their skin crust becomes more jagged, as crests and peaks form on the surface. Their planetary core is engulfed in their mouth now, with a spiral circling outwards. Their hands grow much larger as well.
The most notable change, however, are the three smaller orbiting planetoids that spawn around evolved Galileans, caught in their gravitational field. They each have a little face on them that resembles a normal Galilean in orbit mode.
Powers and Abilities
Like Galileans, evolved Galileans can control gravity to manipulate weight of objects, motion of objects, or slam them down to the ground with ease.
Evolved Galileans can manipulate their own gravity in order to levitate.
Being made of rock, plus their naturally large size, evolved Galileans have enhanced strength and durability.
An evolved Galilean's mountain peaks on their heads and arms could be used as sharp weapons.
Because they have no legs, evolved Galileans must use levitation on themselves via gravikinesis, in order to be mobile at all.
Due to their large size, evolved Galileans would have a more difficult time in smaller areas.
Notable Evolved Galileans
Galilean is a play on Galileo, the Italian scientist who first observed planetary motion.