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In the original series, Wes Green is a Native American from the Navajo people, and appears to be in his late fifties to early sixties. He is relatively fit for his age and has long gray hair. He wore a light yellow shirt under a dark green vest, blue-gray pants, and dark gray shoes.
In Omniverse, he is given white, shorter hair and his skin tone is lighter. He has a brown coat with white fur on the sleeves and around the collar. He also has a yellow shirt with green leaves on it. His pants stay the same, but his shoes are now brown.
Wes first appeared in Benwolf, where he was present when the Yenaldooshi attacked his village. During the hunt for it, he learns about the Omnitrix, and expressed his belief that Ben was turning into a Yenaldooshi since he was bitten by one. In time, they learned that the Yenaldooshi was an alien who had scratched the Omnitrix, allowing it to collect its DNA and give Ben a new alien, Blitzwolfer, but was only transforming him slowly due to a glitch in the Omnitrix.
Sometime between the six-year gap, Wes left retirement and ascended to the rank of Magister. Wes and his granddaughter Kai were exploring the underground sewers of London, when they come across the secret laboratory of Dr. Jekyll and run into the Forever Knights. This sends them all on a hunt for the legendary sword Excalibur. During the battle, Wes fights off several Forever Knights, using Rook's Proto-Tool.
Powers and Abilities
As a former Plumber, Wes possesses considerable hand-to-hand combat skills and is familiar with various Plumber equipment. He is also a skilled tracker and expert on Navajo legends.
In Omniverse, he wields the Proto-Tool very efficiently after only observing Rook use it for a short time.
- Benwolf (first appearance)
Ben 10: Omniverse
- In An American Benwolf in London, Rook refers to Wes as Magister Green, meaning that he is also at the same ranking as Max Tennyson.
- Despite never using a Proto-Tool beforehand, Wes Green learned how to handle one after observing Rook in An American Benwolf in London.