Come to Kaui land of the Ultimate Party!!!

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Come to Kaui land of the Ultimate Party!!!

Postby Roxas » Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:48 pm

Aloha, Meega Stitch and meega throwing a party, all of meega cousins will be there, even Experiment 001, who can make you any size!!! so come on in we got a lot of ocean and a lot of fun!!!

rules:
no killing (some exceptions may be made upo request)
no getting too big if you can step on Hawaii you are too big (no exceptions, if you are too big to start out we can make you smaller)
no eating the locals (exceptions may be made upon request)
But most important of all Have fun!!
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Names and Powers of meega cousins

Postby Roxas » Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:51 pm

this is a list of all meega cousins all 625!!! we will always be there unless they tell meega they leave

001: Shrink – Designed to change the size of any object. A purple experiment with 3 legs, 2 arms, and 2 antenna that can change the size of objects.
002: Doubledip – Designed to double dip – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'.
003: Howcome – ?
004: Squawk – ??? squawks like parrot
005: Truxx – ?
006: Percy – ?
007: Gigi – A dog like experiment that is designed to drive everyone crazy with her never ending yapping.
008: Carmine – ?
009: Pop – ?
010: Felix – Designed to clean and sterilize everything in sight. However he was reprogrammed. He then began to make messes.
011: Inkstain – ?
012: Antitherm – ?
013: Furry – ?
014: Kernel – Designed to pop popcorn for Jumba's movie night A tan experiment shaped like a 3-orbed gourd with a big opening half way through the third orb. Designed to pop popcorn, one true place is in a movie theater.
015: Ruggles – ?
016: Matt – ?
017: Lidds – ?
018: Puck – ?
019: Clumsy – ?
020: Slick – Designed to be a salesman that sells anything to anyone. The problem is that he's not designed to stop.
021: Twang – ?
022: Hertz Donut – ?
023: Cyclo – ?
024: Hamlette – Designed to turn objects into pork.
025: Topper – Designed as a beacon to signal the alien attack fleet.
026: Pawn – ?
027: Plushy – ?
028: Lori – ?
029: Checkers – Designed to give its wearer the power to command over all living creatures.
030: Violet – ? Vialet on Wikipedia
(Note: Leroy lists Violet as 030 and Poki as 036, but elsewhere Poki is referred to as 030)
031: Gotchu – Designed to go around pinching everyone – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
032: Fibber – Designed to detect lies.
033: Hammerface – Designed to pound nails in Jumba's house. He packs quite a punch. (aka: Hammerhead)
034: Splart – ? Splort in Wikipedia
035: Philip – ?
036: Poki – Designed to poke holes in liquid containers with his spiky tail.
(Note: Leroy lists Poki as 036 and Violet as 030, but elsewhere Poki is referred to as 030)
(Wikipedia agrees with Leroy)
037: Snipper – ?
038: Plats – ?
039: Atlas – ?
040: Backhoe – Designed to scrape up vegetation with his mole-like claws.
041: Kitsch – ?
042: Itch – ?
043: Cubesteak – ?
044: Forehead – A four headed experiment designed to be a signing barber quartet that is off key – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats' .
045: Melvin – ?
046: Wedgie – ?
047: Lorider – ?
048: Echo – ?
049: Picker – ?
050: Dunk – ?
051: Hocker – Designed to spit acid – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
052: Coco – ??? A chocolate-colored experiment which turns things into chocolate (from a Disney Adventures magazine). He was given to Lilo by Stitch for her birthday
053: Whine – ?
054: Fudgy – Designed to drown you in his sticky chocolaty sweetness. His body is made out of chocolate.
(Note: Leroy lists Fudgy as 054 and Invertro as 119, but in ep 1-19 Fudgy is referred to as 119)
Number is an important part of the plot.
He is made of chocolate and is designed to drown you in his sticky sweetness. When he was activated, he was called 119, and was mistaken for experiment 611. The mistake with his number was due to Jumba's untidy database, while he was originally called 119, Jumba later corrected this mistake. Was rescued in "snafu".
055: Snarfhonk – ?
056: Nibbiolo – ?
057: Tenderizer – ?
058: Shortsheet – ?
059: Tornette – ?
060: Plink – ?
061: Anochronator – ?
062: Frenchfry – Designed to prepare delectable and irresistible meals for Jumba to snack on late at night.
He has a glitch though, his food has no nutrition, his food fattens you up then
he'll eat you when you're big enough. But when he is fed nutrient food he will make healthy
food and won't eat you. His affects wear off in 24 hours.
063: Pufferizer – ?
064: Nappifier – ?
065: Britfood – ?
066: Glam – ? Glam in Wikipedia
067: Shady – ?
068: Tom – ?
069: H.T. – ?
070: Flopjack – ? Flapjack in Wikipedia
071: Penny – ?
072: Stickystuck – ?
073: Cornerpiece – ?
074: Welko – ?
075: WooWoo – ?
076: Bath Matt – ?
077: Zawp – Designed to irritate you with his constant snoring. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
078: Snozzle – ?
079: Fogger – ?
080: Dan – ?
081: Backscratcher – ?
082: Plunge – ?
083: Grimple – ?
084: Subwoof – ?
085: Screwup – ?
086: Clink – A bipartite experiment designed to be able to capture and confine any other experiment.
087: Puddles – ?
088: Decrisper – ?
089: Skip – Design to skip time by ten years. But, it will actually seem that you disappeared for ten years. Luckily, he has a reset button, right on top of the skip button.
090: Fetchit – ?
091: Nutsy – ?
092: Gutman – ?
093: Unkind – ?
094: Louis B. – ? Luis B. in Wikipedia
095: Coaster – ?
096: Cable Dude – ?
097: Dogalarm – ?
098: Cooper – ?
099: Spot – ?
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Experiments 100-199 100 Series: Civic disturbances.
Purple pods
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100: Tickletummy – Designed to tickle you and make you giggle so much that you become unable to do anything at all tickles people in Wikipedia (Note: leroy has this one listed as Trickster?)
101: Trike – ?
102: Stopgo – Designed to cause traffic jams (Inactive pod, not seen until Leroy)
(Note: Leroy lists Stopgo as 102 and Clickster as 239, but elsewhere Stopgo is referred to as
239)
When he first appeared, he was called 239, the mistake with his number was due to Jumba's
untidy database, while he was originally called 239, Jumba later corrected this mistake. His
one true place is as a traffic light.
103: Stamen – Designed to prevent pollination of flowers by attracting alien “bees” to himself. He was first seen in "Snafu" being rescued. He is tan with big ears.
104: Lapse – ?
105: Fold – ?
106: Spindle – ?
107: Mutilate – ?
108: Nudge – ?
109: Sounder – ?
110: Squeak – Designed to annoy enemy with his never-ending talking.
111: Mulch – Designed to tear up the ground beneth his feet. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
112: Toons – ?
113: Shoe – Designed to cause bad luck.
114: Skyooz – ?
115: Sellby – ?
116: Switch – ?
117: Tock – ? Tack in Wikipedia
118: Fink – ?
119: Fudgy – *** Designed to drown you in his sticky chocolaty sweetness. His body is made out
of chocolate.
(Note: Leroy lists Fudgy as 054 and Invertro as 119, but in ep 1-19 Fudgy is referred to as 119)
Number is an important part of the plot.
119: Invertro – ?
(Note: Leroy lists Invertro as 119 and Fudgy as 054, but in ep 1-19 Fudgy is referred to as 119)
Wikipedia agrees with Leroy
120: Snafu – Designed to create havoc. Discombobulates enemy plans
121: Sappy – ?
122: Dorkifier – ? Dorkifier in Wikipedia
123: Carmen – Designed to make you dance till you drop with her infectious Latin beats.
A pink experiment with no antenna, 4 arms each holding a marraca, and many fruits on her head. Designed to make you dance till you drop with her infectious Latin beats.
124: Rhymer – ?
125: Gibberish – ?
126: Stank – ?
127: Dembums – ?
128: Bugby – Designed to turn you into a bug.
129: Crutch – ?
130: Bonez – ?
131: Poik – ?
132: Spoony – ?
133: PJ – Designed to play practical jokes.
134: Shredder – Designed to shred important documents. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
135: Remote – ?
136: Gloomy – ?
137: Flip – ?
138: Dropsy – ?
139: I Know You Are But What Am I – ?
140: Changeling – ?
141: Burr – ?
142: Blondie – ?
143: Clog – ??? An experiment designed to clog sinks.
144: Samolean – ?
145: Bragg – ?
146: Flashbomb – ?
147: Newton – ?
148: Weasel – ??? A brown weasel-like experiment designed to crawl up planetary leaders’ pants
legs during public appearances.
149: Bonnie – Designed to steal things.
(Note: disney lists as 149, but on air she was 349)
150: Clyde – Also designed to steal things.
(Note: disney lists as 150, but on air he was 350)
151: Baby-fier – Designed to disable planets by turning the population into crybabies.
152: Mama Frita – ?
153: XYZ – ?
154: Frapp – ?
155: Burger – ?
156: Shopahol – ?
157: Hotl – ?
158: Finder – Designed to have expert tracking skills.
(Note: Disney site lists him as 158, but on air he was 458.)
159: Nacho – ?
160: Rabbit – ?
161: Grumbelly – ?
162: Tub – ?
163: Dumbell – ?
164: Lesdyxia – ?
165: Sandy – ?
166: Peppah – ?
167: Frizzy – ?
168: Redped – ?
169: Rolo – ?
170: Daze – ?
171: Rich – ?
172: Ditch – ?
173: Mitch – ?
174: Nopost – ?
175: Kite – ?
176: Allsox – ?
177: Clip – Designed to eat hair, making all inhabitants go bald.
178: Barkleigh – ?
179: Bumper – ?
180: Boggle – ? Baggle in Wikipedia
181: Roberts – ?
182: Ollie – ?
183: Detour – ?
184: NPH – ?
185: Splutter – ?
186: Lookso – ? Laakso in Wikipedia
187: Cal – ?
188: Forward – ?
189: Hotcold – ?
190: Florrie – ?
191: Roxy – ?
192: Breakup – ?
193: Will – ?
194: Trax – ?
195: Whoooa! – ?
196: Esca-Later – ?
197: Pretzel – ?
198: Coral – ? Carat in Wikipedia
199: Nosy – Designed to find out people's secrets. However, he has one glitch... He gossips a lot, and reveals everyone's most embarrassing thoughts.
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Experiments 200-299 200 Series: Technological and Scientific.
Green pods
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200: Adam – ?
201: Geigenstein – ?
202: Jam – Designed to jam radar. This purple experiment with four arms, two legs, a bat/lizard-like body, a lion-like tail, bat-like wings on his shoulders, and a bat-like face, that is designed to jam radar and was activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie.
203: Snipe – ?
204: Nosox – Designed to make socks disappear (Inactive pod) A gray washing-machine-like experiment designed to make socks disappear. Was one of the 12 new pods Lilo & Stitch brought home. Nosox was one of the experiments rescued in "Snafu", so Gantu must have caught him at one point or another.
205: Cheney – ?
206: Maggie – ?
207: Barcode – ?
208: Hoax – ?
209: Smool – ? Smoot in Wikipedia
210: Retro – Designed to turn enemy weapons and technology into their most primitive state, by wrapping tongue around the object and letting go, therefore making the object useless. Can also turn everyone and everything into their most primitive state. Can be undone by spanking his bottom while his tongue is wrapped around devolved person or thing.
211: Jungle – ? Jangle in Wikipedia
212: 2-Late – ?
213: UHF – ?
214: Pix – Designed to take ugly photos. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
215: Crammer – ?
216: Key – ?
217: Rat – ?
218: Target – ?
219: Missy – ?
220: Millie – ??? A green experiment, with a big blue nose, and 10 short tentacle limbs. She is designed to plug the holes in an air filter crucial to all H-drives.
221: Sparky – Designed to create crippling power surges.
222: Poxy – Designed to disable world leaders by getting inside them and causing them to get purple pimples, smelly feet and uncontrollable burping.
223: Glitch – Designed to turn technology against its user.
224: Tweak – ??? Designed to reset important valves and dials to “maximum chaos.”
225: Moshy – ??? Mashy in Wikipedia A lightblue experiment, with a huge mouth, with tiny horns above each nostril, 2 large ears, and a large body. Designed to crush orbs of precious Uburnium in his mouth.
226: Combo – ?
227: Butter – ??? A large tan mammoth-like experiment, with legs at the middle of his torso, a big hump near his face, and a face with big tusks that takes up the entire front of his body. Capable of battering through even the thickest doors.
228: Melty – Designed to melt enemy fortresses, weapons and transportation.
229: Kingpin – ??? An unlucky experiment that looks like a yellow bowling pin with rabbit ears designed as a target for military war games.
230: Checkup – ?
231: Sprok – ?
232: Poser – ?
233: Pitch – ?
234: Shush – Designed to eavesdrop on private conversations.
235: Docker – ?
236: Charger – ?
237: Blip – ?
238: Bworp – ?
239: Stopgo – *** Designed to cause traffic jams (Inactive pod, but seen in Leroy)
(Note: Leroy lists Stopgo as 102 and Clickster as 239, but elsewhere Stopgo is referred to as
239)
239: Clickster – ?
(Note: Leroy lists Stopgo as 102 and Clickster as 239, but elsewhere Stopgo is referred to as
239) Wikipedia agrees with Leroy
240: Sap – ?
241: Press-5 – ?
242: Brownout – ?
243: Pane – ?
244: Bore – ?
245: Sournote – ?
246: Creamer – ?
247: Qwerty – ?
248: Belle – Designed to scream a loud high-pitched shriek to scare people.
249: Sproing – Designed to launch boulders. Her body is like a spring. She is able to reach high places using the spring. Designed to launch boulders. Her body is like a spring. She is able to reach high places using the spring. She is purple and white experiment with a spring for a body. Her one true place is helping people reach high places
250: Lacrosse – ?
251: Link – Designed to bind together incompatible individuals with stretchy handcuffs. His binds can only be dissolved by mud.
252: Crete – ?
253: Uncrete – ?
254: Mr. Stenchy – Designed to be so cute he can infiltrate enemy bases and let out the most disgusting smell! He starts stinking 42 hours after activation, just enough time to penetrate the enemies’ base.
255: Mrs. Sickly – ?
256: Addy – ?
257: Rattat – ?
258: Sample – Designed to disturb the enemy be repeating his Hip-Hop happy sounds repeatedly.
259: Rash – ?
260: GPS – ?
261: B.V. Beaverton – ?
262: Ace – Designed with no evil function. He was a failed experiment that is pure good.
263: SFS – ?
264: Pooch – ? Poach in Wikipedia
265: Wip – ?
266: 10x – ?
267: Wishy-washy – Designed to grant anyone’s wishes.
268: Celsenheit – ?
269: Gyrotta – ?
270: Gillmore – ?
271: Noso – ?
272: Mamf – ?
273: Boxboom – ?
274: Alexander – Designed to make lots of long distance phone calls (Inactive pod)
275: Wormhole – ?
276: Remmy – Designed to enter dreams and turn them into nightmares. If the person wakes up while he is in their head, he will always be in their head to turn all future dreams into nightmares.
277: Snooty – Designed to enrich "Snootonium," a rare element that becomes extremely dangerous once enriched. Snootonium has similar compounds to mucus on Earth. He is really a vampire – a snot vampire. He wants to drink your mucus.
278: Posthole – ? Pasthole in Wikipedia
279: Futurehole – ?
280: Benedict Arnold – ?
281: Ray – ?
282: Click – ?
283: Quarklifter – ?
284: Pixel – ?
285: Lax – Designed to make people stop working, and to relax.
286: Gellosifier – ? Gellasifier in Wikipedia
287: Burl – ?
288: Boomer – Designed to be a boomerang. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
289: Stringulator – ?
290: U-port – ?
291: Catalyst – ?
292: Whatsamattafoyou – ?
293: Vacuum – ?
294: Poppapoppup – ?
295: Spineless – ?
296: Crash – ?
297: Shortstuff – Designed to devastate and sabotage mechanical devices and create utter chaos.
298: Cat – ?
299: Dimensionator – ?
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Experiments 300-399 300 Series: Psychological.
Yellow pods
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300: Spooky – Designed to morph into your own worst fear.
301: Progno – ?
302: Noidster – ?
303: Amnesio – Designed to wipe out memories with just a flash of her eyes.
304: Drag – ?
305: Spunky – ?
306: Roadrage – ?
307: Anno Stesia – ?
308: Jenny – ?
309: Smiler – ?
310: Fritzobrain – ? Fritzabrain in Wikipedia
311: Yellowstone – ?
312: Ben – ?
313: Thinktank – ?
314: Jones – ?
315: Chum – ?
316: Morpholomew – Designed to morph organisms into anything else, just by seeing an image of the creature you want to morph into. However you keep the same voice, and need Morpholomew to change back into your own body!
317: Hyuckster – ?
318: Chortle – ?
319: Spike – Designed to increase your silliness by 99%, leaving 1% of you clever.
320: Cloudy – Designed to depress you with constant rain. A grey cloud-like experiment designed to depress you with constant rain. One true place is raining on Mrs. Hasagawas fruit, thus keeping them fresh longer
321: Lightfoot – ? A diversionary experiment that distracts the enemy with his entertaining tap dance.
322: Heckler – Designed to verbally insult people.
323: Hunkahunka – Designed to make you fall in love with the first person you see.
324: Ruinit – ?
325: Rack – ?
326: Pannix – ?
327: Molar – ?
328: Bugle – ?
329: Ava – ?
330: Serum – ?
331: Shagdog – ?
332: Cackle – ?
333: Hairy – ?
334: Miranda – ?
335: Popquiz – ?
336: Blooz – ?
337: Guilttrip – ?
338: Crow – ?
339: Crowsfoot – ?
340: Nodessertro – Designed to cause mass depression by stealing puddings, cakes, pies, and other sweets.
341: Wafty – ?
342: Greensleeves – ?
343: Chaching – ?
344: Dupe – Designed to generate clones.
345: Elastico – Designed to distract enemies. Can stretch and bend his body like taffy.
346: Stuckup – ?
347: Slobber – ?
348: Snappish – ?
349: Lotuseater – ?
350: Addly – ?
351: Whoover – ?
352: Yvonne – ?
353: Blackoutro – ?
354: Jesstifer – ? This experiment was named after Jess Winfield's user name at TvTome and tv.com.
355: Swapper – Designed to swap people's brains. He can also switch them back.
356: Rippington – ?
357: Dawnes – ?
358: Manners – Designed to make people too polite to fight back. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
359: Phoebe – ?
360: Drowsy – Designed to lull you into the deepest sleep.
361: Aron – ?
362: Putdown – ?
363: Crankster – ?
364: 'Sgo – ?
365: Queasy – ?
366: Xanad – ?
367: Ob – ?
368: Luddi – ?
369: Thomas – ?
370: Blueblood – ?
371: Simpatico – ?
372: Eve – ?
373: Worrywart – ?
374: Demotifier – ?
375: Phantasmo – Designed to bring inanimate objects to life.
376: Cassandra – ?
377: Annie – ?
378: Lonelyhearts – ?
379: Grudge – ?
380: Judy – ?
381: Neg – ?
382: 1-Imp – ?
383: Swirly – Designed to put enemies into a trance, so that they're susceptible to the first order they hear.
384: Woesmy – ?
385: Hoobie – ?
386: Hitch – ?
387: Substein – ?
388: Megan – ?
389: Facepainter – ?
390: Slimy – Designed to leave a slippery snail-like trail to trip up enemies.
391: Barry – ?
392: Margaret – ?
393: Missandra – ?
394: Joe – ?
395: Polly – ?
396: Connie – ?
397: Spats – Designed to cause people to fight by zapping them. When he zaps a person they suddenly become angry.
398: Gus the Second – ?
399: Super-X – ?
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Experiments 400-499 400 Series: Mysterious series of mostly failed experiments, that's why not many are seen.
Red pods
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400: Precious – ??? Designed to control all the other experiments. To neutralize this experiment, you have to throw it into a volcano.
401: Chafe – ?
402: Chile – ?
403: Zinger – ?
404: Bloom – ?
405: Lucy – ?
406: China – ?
407: Punk – ?
408: Berg I – ?
409: Gumshoe – ?
410: Jay – ?
411: Cowlick – ?
412: Char – Designed to burn Bagels
413: Botulator – Designed to spoil Food.
414: Crusty – Designed to spread mold on bread.
415: Patter – Designed to eat a single sock in each pair.
416: Parsifier – ? Parslifier according to Wikipedia
417: Sageonomificator – ?
418: Rosemary – ?
419: Vane – ?
420: Curdle – ?
421: Bustduster – ?
422: Doublecross – ?
423: Filibuster – ?
424: Decayer – ?
425: Mr. Brown – ?
426: Rewind – ?
427: Toepoke – ?
428: Gameover – ?
429: Klamp – ?
430: Slipknot – ?
431: Bluerinse – ?
432: Tonic – ? Tonix in Wikipedia
433: Speck – ?
434: Monochrome – ?
435: Tony – ?
436: Steve – ?
437: Hank – ? Honk in Wikipedia
438: Potter – ?
439: Winceslaws – ?
440: Waistrel – ?
441: Choppers – ?
442: Moldavia – ?
443: Taps – ?
444: Pooperson – ?
445: No-C – ?
446: Jacob – ?
447: Handprint – ?
448: Diesel – ?
449: Bellyup – ?
450: Sapsucker – ?
451: Pullplug – ?
452: Bob – ?
453: Trip – ?
454: Blackhead – ?
455: Mary – Designed to be the bouncer for Jumba's lab. One hip check from her sends you flying. She is a big, round and peach experiment. Activated at the end of Stitch! the Movie.
456: Nub – ?
457: Hangnail – ?
458: Greaseprint – ?
459: Nobyte – ?
460: Noise – ?
461: Pacer – ?
462: Flat – ?
463: Keyz – ?
464: Sharpflat – ?
465: Skid – ?
466: Loomiere – ?
467: Scale – ?
468: Underwey – ?
469: Jitters – ?
470: Octopalmer – ?
471: Sneak – ?
472: Little Dorrat – ?
473: Tripsy – ?
474: Dizzifier – ?
475: Therman – ?
476: Hoasinator – ? Haasinator
477: Buzzout – ? Buzzcut
478: Tireslasher – ?
479: Lotta – ?
480: Tappity – ?
481: Twitch – ?
482: Gesundt – ?
483: Hiver – ?
484: Buffie – ?
485: Period – ?
486: Grindz – ?
487: Crunkle – ?
488: Speirs – ?
489: Huggo – Designed to squeeze the life out of you with his tentacles.
490: Stones – ?
491: Spikyhands – ?
492: Milston – ?
493: Enguard – ?
494: Mortamer – ?
495: Joy – ?
496: Froggifier – ?
497: Copywronger – ?
498: Floods – ?
499: Brad – ?
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Experiments 500-599 500 Series: Elemental manipulators.
Blue pods
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500: Cooler – ?
501: Yin – Designed to spray water.
502: Yang – Designed to sprout lava.
503: Comet – ?
504: Bling Bling – ?
505: Ploot – Designed to eat ordinary trash and pollution to become bigger. He then sprays the sludge he makes from the litter all over. However, air freshener can dissolve his sludge and make him not pollute, and clean up for real. (Note: on air he was 515)
506: Ug – ?
507: Woody – Designed to eat wood at a rapid pace. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
508: Phil – ?
509: Sprout – Designed to sprout into an uncontrollable forest of destruction.
510: Drill – ?
511: Wilt – ?
512: Bog – ?
513: Richter – Designed to make earthquakes of planet-splitting proportions.
514: Cone – ?
515: Deforestator – Designed to level entire forests.
516: Auntie – ?
517: Parch – ?
518: Flame – ?
519: Splat – Designed to level entire cities with a deceptively small roller. A large green experiment, with a roller between his front legs, and 2 cone shaped antenna. Designed to level entire cities with a deceptively small roller. One true place is as a roller in street construction.
520: Cannonball – Designed to make tsunami-sized waves that can flood the whole world.
521: Wrapper – Designed to wrap things up like a mummy. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
522: Tarantula – ?
523: Slushy – Designed to freeze land with his breath.
524: Shovel – ?
525: Stoneface – ?
526: Gus – ?
527: Chip – ?
528: SPF – ?
529: Digger – Designed to drill holes through planets.
530: Crybaby – ?
531: Hisee – ?
532: Strato – ? Strata in Wikipedia
533: Blowhard – Designed to immobilize any object by flying it like a kite – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
534: Crabweed – ?
535: Spectrum – ?
536: Polar – ?
537: Rust – ?
538: Autumn – ?
539: Algae – ?
540: Phoon – Designed to create strong gusts of wind.
541: Swell – ?
542: Hallie – ?
543: Franklin – ?
544: Thrasher – Designed to trash crops with his spike-covered tentacles. (aka Thresher)
545: Pompey – ?
546: Rip – ?
547: Cam – ?
548: Cheesy – ?
549: Supertweet – ?
550: Clammy – ?
551: Dryheat – ?
552: Astro – ?
553: Clipse – ?
554: Sol – ?
555: Liquefactor – ?
556: Berg II – ?
557: Cauldron – ?
558: Sepia – ?
559: Midosminus – ? Midasminus in Wikipedia
560: Prism – ?
561: He – ?
562: Hardy – ?
563: Silbert – ?
564: Lotis Wife – ?
565: Phosphor – ?
566: Derrick – Designed to drill – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
567: Eva – Inactive pod from the episode 627. Named Eva according to Leroy
568: Slenky – ?
569: Glenn – ?
570: Frosty D. – ?
571: Dusty – ?
572: Dropcall – ?
573: Handoman – ?
574: Lardo – ?
575: Magnarette – ?
576: Darn – ?
577: Oof – ?
578: Carrie – ?
579: Spinster – ?
580: Friday – ?
581: Roasie – ? Roadie in Wikipedia
582: Spout – ?
583: Blake – ?
584: Balar – ?
585: Petrifier – ?
586: Tank – Designed to eat anything out of metal, and gets bigger with each bite.
587: Noviz – ?
588: Sa – ?
589: Stoopinslide – ?
590: Baron Meter – ?
591: Squidly – ?
592: Deodorant – ?
593: Heatwaver – ?
594: Colm – ?
595: Icecrusher – ?
596: El Carbon – ?
597: Zirconia – ?
598: Gluteous – ?
599: Tatoo – ?
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Experiments 600-628 600 Series: Battlefield or doomsday experiments with galactic implications.
Blue pods
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600: Woops – Was suppose to be designed to be indestructible and do anything, but Jumba mucked-up. He isn’t destructive and he can’t do anything for himself. He is a clutz.
601: Kixx – Designed for hand and hand combat. He can kick-box you all over the place!
602: Sinker – Designed to split a boat in two with his enormous fin.
603: Zap – A living laser-bolt.
604: Houdini – Designed to make anything disappear with a blink of his big eyes.
605: Warpstron – ?
606: Holio – Designed to create a matter sucking black hole when he opens his mouth.
607: Launch – Designed to warp the fabric of space and time causing the entire universe to collapse upon itself. (Inactive pod on Gantu's ship)
608: Slugger – Designed to deflect incoming projectiles. Also a definite home-run hitter!
609: Heat – Designed to fire red-hot blasts of energy.
610: Witch – ?
611: Doomsday aka El Fin – Designed to be the ultimate weapon. He can cause the universe to implode with a single password, which Jumba can't remember. (mentioned only, but his number is important to plot)
(Note: Leroy lists El Fin as 611. but elsewhere Doomsday is referred to as 111)
Wikipedia has Doomsday as #611
612: Blondzilla – ? Blandzilla in Wikipedia
613: Yaarp – Designed to pulverize entire buildings with sonic blasts from the appendage on the top of his head.
614: Gunnar – ? Gunner in Wikipedia
615: Yogee – ?
616: Joey – ?
617: Plasmoid – Designed to generate and fire explosive balls of plasma from his tail.
618: Crystallene – ?
619: Splodyhead – Designed to launch fiery plasma blasts from his head.
620: Page – ?
621: Chopsuey – ?
622: Jumby – ?
623: Trainer – ?
624: Angel – Designed to turn all experiments back from good to evil. Experiments built after her are not affected by her.
625: Reuben aka Sandwich Boy – Designed to have all the powers of Stitch he also has advanced speaking capabilities. Except for the fact he is unwilling to use them. However he makes good sandwiches.
626: Stitch – Designed to be abnormally strong, super intelligent and basically the most powerful thing ever... Except for the fact he is too heavy to swim in water.
627: 627 – Designed to be bigger and worse than Stitch... But he is completely evil. He also has the powers of twenty other experiments. (Deactivated Pod)
628: 628 – Inactive pod locked away on Jumba's ship.
629: Leroy – If we assume that the experiments are numbered sequentially, Leroy would have to
be experiment 629
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Re: Names and Powers of meega cousins

Postby Roxas » Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:54 pm

Roxas wrote:this is a list of all meega cousins all 629!!! we will always be there unless they tell meega they leave

001: Shrink – Designed to change the size of any object. A purple experiment with 3 legs, 2 arms, and 2 antenna that can change the size of objects.
002: Doubledip – Designed to double dip – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'.
003: Howcome – ?
004: Squawk – ??? squawks like parrot
005: Truxx – ?
006: Percy – ?
007: Gigi – A dog like experiment that is designed to drive everyone crazy with her never ending yapping.
008: Carmine – ?
009: Pop – ?
010: Felix – Designed to clean and sterilize everything in sight. However he was reprogrammed. He then began to make messes.
011: Inkstain – ?
012: Antitherm – ?
013: Furry – ?
014: Kernel – Designed to pop popcorn for Jumba's movie night A tan experiment shaped like a 3-orbed gourd with a big opening half way through the third orb. Designed to pop popcorn, one true place is in a movie theater.
015: Ruggles – ?
016: Matt – ?
017: Lidds – ?
018: Puck – ?
019: Clumsy – ?
020: Slick – Designed to be a salesman that sells anything to anyone. The problem is that he's not designed to stop.
021: Twang – ?
022: Hertz Donut – ?
023: Cyclo – ?
024: Hamlette – Designed to turn objects into pork.
025: Topper – Designed as a beacon to signal the alien attack fleet.
026: Pawn – ?
027: Plushy – ?
028: Lori – ?
029: Checkers – Designed to give its wearer the power to command over all living creatures.
030: Violet – ? Vialet on Wikipedia
(Note: Leroy lists Violet as 030 and Poki as 036, but elsewhere Poki is referred to as 030)
031: Gotchu – Designed to go around pinching everyone – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
032: Fibber – Designed to detect lies.
033: Hammerface – Designed to pound nails in Jumba's house. He packs quite a punch. (aka: Hammerhead)
034: Splart – ? Splort in Wikipedia
035: Philip – ?
036: Poki – Designed to poke holes in liquid containers with his spiky tail.
(Note: Leroy lists Poki as 036 and Violet as 030, but elsewhere Poki is referred to as 030)
(Wikipedia agrees with Leroy)
037: Snipper – ?
038: Plats – ?
039: Atlas – ?
040: Backhoe – Designed to scrape up vegetation with his mole-like claws.
041: Kitsch – ?
042: Itch – ?
043: Cubesteak – ?
044: Forehead – A four headed experiment designed to be a signing barber quartet that is off key – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats' .
045: Melvin – ?
046: Wedgie – ?
047: Lorider – ?
048: Echo – ?
049: Picker – ?
050: Dunk – ?
051: Hocker – Designed to spit acid – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
052: Coco – ??? A chocolate-colored experiment which turns things into chocolate (from a Disney Adventures magazine). He was given to Lilo by Stitch for her birthday
053: Whine – ?
054: Fudgy – Designed to drown you in his sticky chocolaty sweetness. His body is made out of chocolate.
(Note: Leroy lists Fudgy as 054 and Invertro as 119, but in ep 1-19 Fudgy is referred to as 119)
Number is an important part of the plot.
He is made of chocolate and is designed to drown you in his sticky sweetness. When he was activated, he was called 119, and was mistaken for experiment 611. The mistake with his number was due to Jumba's untidy database, while he was originally called 119, Jumba later corrected this mistake. Was rescued in "snafu".
055: Snarfhonk – ?
056: Nibbiolo – ?
057: Tenderizer – ?
058: Shortsheet – ?
059: Tornette – ?
060: Plink – ?
061: Anochronator – ?
062: Frenchfry – Designed to prepare delectable and irresistible meals for Jumba to snack on late at night.
He has a glitch though, his food has no nutrition, his food fattens you up then
he'll eat you when you're big enough. But when he is fed nutrient food he will make healthy
food and won't eat you. His affects wear off in 24 hours.
063: Pufferizer – ?
064: Nappifier – ?
065: Britfood – ?
066: Glam – ? Glam in Wikipedia
067: Shady – ?
068: Tom – ?
069: H.T. – ?
070: Flopjack – ? Flapjack in Wikipedia
071: Penny – ?
072: Stickystuck – ?
073: Cornerpiece – ?
074: Welko – ?
075: WooWoo – ?
076: Bath Matt – ?
077: Zawp – Designed to irritate you with his constant snoring. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
078: Snozzle – ?
079: Fogger – ?
080: Dan – ?
081: Backscratcher – ?
082: Plunge – ?
083: Grimple – ?
084: Subwoof – ?
085: Screwup – ?
086: Clink – A bipartite experiment designed to be able to capture and confine any other experiment.
087: Puddles – ?
088: Decrisper – ?
089: Skip – Design to skip time by ten years. But, it will actually seem that you disappeared for ten years. Luckily, he has a reset button, right on top of the skip button.
090: Fetchit – ?
091: Nutsy – ?
092: Gutman – ?
093: Unkind – ?
094: Louis B. – ? Luis B. in Wikipedia
095: Coaster – ?
096: Cable Dude – ?
097: Dogalarm – ?
098: Cooper – ?
099: Spot – ?
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Experiments 100-199 100 Series: Civic disturbances.
Purple pods
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100: Tickletummy – Designed to tickle you and make you giggle so much that you become unable to do anything at all tickles people in Wikipedia (Note: leroy has this one listed as Trickster?)
101: Trike – ?
102: Stopgo – Designed to cause traffic jams (Inactive pod, not seen until Leroy)
(Note: Leroy lists Stopgo as 102 and Clickster as 239, but elsewhere Stopgo is referred to as
239)
When he first appeared, he was called 239, the mistake with his number was due to Jumba's
untidy database, while he was originally called 239, Jumba later corrected this mistake. His
one true place is as a traffic light.
103: Stamen – Designed to prevent pollination of flowers by attracting alien “bees” to himself. He was first seen in "Snafu" being rescued. He is tan with big ears.
104: Lapse – ?
105: Fold – ?
106: Spindle – ?
107: Mutilate – ?
108: Nudge – ?
109: Sounder – ?
110: Squeak – Designed to annoy enemy with his never-ending talking.
111: Mulch – Designed to tear up the ground beneth his feet. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
112: Toons – ?
113: Shoe – Designed to cause bad luck.
114: Skyooz – ?
115: Sellby – ?
116: Switch – ?
117: Tock – ? Tack in Wikipedia
118: Fink – ?
119: Fudgy – *** Designed to drown you in his sticky chocolaty sweetness. His body is made out
of chocolate.
(Note: Leroy lists Fudgy as 054 and Invertro as 119, but in ep 1-19 Fudgy is referred to as 119)
Number is an important part of the plot.
119: Invertro – ?
(Note: Leroy lists Invertro as 119 and Fudgy as 054, but in ep 1-19 Fudgy is referred to as 119)
Wikipedia agrees with Leroy
120: Snafu – Designed to create havoc. Discombobulates enemy plans
121: Sappy – ?
122: Dorkifier – ? Dorkifier in Wikipedia
123: Carmen – Designed to make you dance till you drop with her infectious Latin beats.
A pink experiment with no antenna, 4 arms each holding a marraca, and many fruits on her head. Designed to make you dance till you drop with her infectious Latin beats.
124: Rhymer – ?
125: Gibberish – ?
126: Stank – ?
127: Dembums – ?
128: Bugby – Designed to turn you into a bug.
129: Crutch – ?
130: Bonez – ?
131: Poik – ?
132: Spoony – ?
133: PJ – Designed to play practical jokes.
134: Shredder – Designed to shred important documents. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
135: Remote – ?
136: Gloomy – ?
137: Flip – ?
138: Dropsy – ?
139: I Know You Are But What Am I – ?
140: Changeling – ?
141: Burr – ?
142: Blondie – ?
143: Clog – ??? An experiment designed to clog sinks.
144: Samolean – ?
145: Bragg – ?
146: Flashbomb – ?
147: Newton – ?
148: Weasel – ??? A brown weasel-like experiment designed to crawl up planetary leaders’ pants
legs during public appearances.
149: Bonnie – Designed to steal things.
(Note: disney lists as 149, but on air she was 349)
150: Clyde – Also designed to steal things.
(Note: disney lists as 150, but on air he was 350)
151: Baby-fier – Designed to disable planets by turning the population into crybabies.
152: Mama Frita – ?
153: XYZ – ?
154: Frapp – ?
155: Burger – ?
156: Shopahol – ?
157: Hotl – ?
158: Finder – Designed to have expert tracking skills.
(Note: Disney site lists him as 158, but on air he was 458.)
159: Nacho – ?
160: Rabbit – ?
161: Grumbelly – ?
162: Tub – ?
163: Dumbell – ?
164: Lesdyxia – ?
165: Sandy – ?
166: Peppah – ?
167: Frizzy – ?
168: Redped – ?
169: Rolo – ?
170: Daze – ?
171: Rich – ?
172: Ditch – ?
173: Mitch – ?
174: Nopost – ?
175: Kite – ?
176: Allsox – ?
177: Clip – Designed to eat hair, making all inhabitants go bald.
178: Barkleigh – ?
179: Bumper – ?
180: Boggle – ? Baggle in Wikipedia
181: Roberts – ?
182: Ollie – ?
183: Detour – ?
184: NPH – ?
185: Splutter – ?
186: Lookso – ? Laakso in Wikipedia
187: Cal – ?
188: Forward – ?
189: Hotcold – ?
190: Florrie – ?
191: Roxy – ?
192: Breakup – ?
193: Will – ?
194: Trax – ?
195: Whoooa! – ?
196: Esca-Later – ?
197: Pretzel – ?
198: Coral – ? Carat in Wikipedia
199: Nosy – Designed to find out people's secrets. However, he has one glitch... He gossips a lot, and reveals everyone's most embarrassing thoughts.
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Experiments 200-299 200 Series: Technological and Scientific.
Green pods
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200: Adam – ?
201: Geigenstein – ?
202: Jam – Designed to jam radar. This purple experiment with four arms, two legs, a bat/lizard-like body, a lion-like tail, bat-like wings on his shoulders, and a bat-like face, that is designed to jam radar and was activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie.
203: Snipe – ?
204: Nosox – Designed to make socks disappear (Inactive pod) A gray washing-machine-like experiment designed to make socks disappear. Was one of the 12 new pods Lilo & Stitch brought home. Nosox was one of the experiments rescued in "Snafu", so Gantu must have caught him at one point or another.
205: Cheney – ?
206: Maggie – ?
207: Barcode – ?
208: Hoax – ?
209: Smool – ? Smoot in Wikipedia
210: Retro – Designed to turn enemy weapons and technology into their most primitive state, by wrapping tongue around the object and letting go, therefore making the object useless. Can also turn everyone and everything into their most primitive state. Can be undone by spanking his bottom while his tongue is wrapped around devolved person or thing.
211: Jungle – ? Jangle in Wikipedia
212: 2-Late – ?
213: UHF – ?
214: Pix – Designed to take ugly photos. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
215: Crammer – ?
216: Key – ?
217: Rat – ?
218: Target – ?
219: Missy – ?
220: Millie – ??? A green experiment, with a big blue nose, and 10 short tentacle limbs. She is designed to plug the holes in an air filter crucial to all H-drives.
221: Sparky – Designed to create crippling power surges.
222: Poxy – Designed to disable world leaders by getting inside them and causing them to get purple pimples, smelly feet and uncontrollable burping.
223: Glitch – Designed to turn technology against its user.
224: Tweak – ??? Designed to reset important valves and dials to “maximum chaos.”
225: Moshy – ??? Mashy in Wikipedia A lightblue experiment, with a huge mouth, with tiny horns above each nostril, 2 large ears, and a large body. Designed to crush orbs of precious Uburnium in his mouth.
226: Combo – ?
227: Butter – ??? A large tan mammoth-like experiment, with legs at the middle of his torso, a big hump near his face, and a face with big tusks that takes up the entire front of his body. Capable of battering through even the thickest doors.
228: Melty – Designed to melt enemy fortresses, weapons and transportation.
229: Kingpin – ??? An unlucky experiment that looks like a yellow bowling pin with rabbit ears designed as a target for military war games.
230: Checkup – ?
231: Sprok – ?
232: Poser – ?
233: Pitch – ?
234: Shush – Designed to eavesdrop on private conversations.
235: Docker – ?
236: Charger – ?
237: Blip – ?
238: Bworp – ?
239: Stopgo – *** Designed to cause traffic jams (Inactive pod, but seen in Leroy)
(Note: Leroy lists Stopgo as 102 and Clickster as 239, but elsewhere Stopgo is referred to as
239)
239: Clickster – ?
(Note: Leroy lists Stopgo as 102 and Clickster as 239, but elsewhere Stopgo is referred to as
239) Wikipedia agrees with Leroy
240: Sap – ?
241: Press-5 – ?
242: Brownout – ?
243: Pane – ?
244: Bore – ?
245: Sournote – ?
246: Creamer – ?
247: Qwerty – ?
248: Belle – Designed to scream a loud high-pitched shriek to scare people.
249: Sproing – Designed to launch boulders. Her body is like a spring. She is able to reach high places using the spring. Designed to launch boulders. Her body is like a spring. She is able to reach high places using the spring. She is purple and white experiment with a spring for a body. Her one true place is helping people reach high places
250: Lacrosse – ?
251: Link – Designed to bind together incompatible individuals with stretchy handcuffs. His binds can only be dissolved by mud.
252: Crete – ?
253: Uncrete – ?
254: Mr. Stenchy – Designed to be so cute he can infiltrate enemy bases and let out the most disgusting smell! He starts stinking 42 hours after activation, just enough time to penetrate the enemies’ base.
255: Mrs. Sickly – ?
256: Addy – ?
257: Rattat – ?
258: Sample – Designed to disturb the enemy be repeating his Hip-Hop happy sounds repeatedly.
259: Rash – ?
260: GPS – ?
261: B.V. Beaverton – ?
262: Ace – Designed with no evil function. He was a failed experiment that is pure good.
263: SFS – ?
264: Pooch – ? Poach in Wikipedia
265: Wip – ?
266: 10x – ?
267: Wishy-washy – Designed to grant anyone’s wishes.
268: Celsenheit – ?
269: Gyrotta – ?
270: Gillmore – ?
271: Noso – ?
272: Mamf – ?
273: Boxboom – ?
274: Alexander – Designed to make lots of long distance phone calls (Inactive pod)
275: Wormhole – ?
276: Remmy – Designed to enter dreams and turn them into nightmares. If the person wakes up while he is in their head, he will always be in their head to turn all future dreams into nightmares.
277: Snooty – Designed to enrich "Snootonium," a rare element that becomes extremely dangerous once enriched. Snootonium has similar compounds to mucus on Earth. He is really a vampire – a snot vampire. He wants to drink your mucus.
278: Posthole – ? Pasthole in Wikipedia
279: Futurehole – ?
280: Benedict Arnold – ?
281: Ray – ?
282: Click – ?
283: Quarklifter – ?
284: Pixel – ?
285: Lax – Designed to make people stop working, and to relax.
286: Gellosifier – ? Gellasifier in Wikipedia
287: Burl – ?
288: Boomer – Designed to be a boomerang. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
289: Stringulator – ?
290: U-port – ?
291: Catalyst – ?
292: Whatsamattafoyou – ?
293: Vacuum – ?
294: Poppapoppup – ?
295: Spineless – ?
296: Crash – ?
297: Shortstuff – Designed to devastate and sabotage mechanical devices and create utter chaos.
298: Cat – ?
299: Dimensionator – ?
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Experiments 300-399 300 Series: Psychological.
Yellow pods
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300: Spooky – Designed to morph into your own worst fear.
301: Progno – ?
302: Noidster – ?
303: Amnesio – Designed to wipe out memories with just a flash of her eyes.
304: Drag – ?
305: Spunky – ?
306: Roadrage – ?
307: Anno Stesia – ?
308: Jenny – ?
309: Smiler – ?
310: Fritzobrain – ? Fritzabrain in Wikipedia
311: Yellowstone – ?
312: Ben – ?
313: Thinktank – ?
314: Jones – ?
315: Chum – ?
316: Morpholomew – Designed to morph organisms into anything else, just by seeing an image of the creature you want to morph into. However you keep the same voice, and need Morpholomew to change back into your own body!
317: Hyuckster – ?
318: Chortle – ?
319: Spike – Designed to increase your silliness by 99%, leaving 1% of you clever.
320: Cloudy – Designed to depress you with constant rain. A grey cloud-like experiment designed to depress you with constant rain. One true place is raining on Mrs. Hasagawas fruit, thus keeping them fresh longer
321: Lightfoot – ? A diversionary experiment that distracts the enemy with his entertaining tap dance.
322: Heckler – Designed to verbally insult people.
323: Hunkahunka – Designed to make you fall in love with the first person you see.
324: Ruinit – ?
325: Rack – ?
326: Pannix – ?
327: Molar – ?
328: Bugle – ?
329: Ava – ?
330: Serum – ?
331: Shagdog – ?
332: Cackle – ?
333: Hairy – ?
334: Miranda – ?
335: Popquiz – ?
336: Blooz – ?
337: Guilttrip – ?
338: Crow – ?
339: Crowsfoot – ?
340: Nodessertro – Designed to cause mass depression by stealing puddings, cakes, pies, and other sweets.
341: Wafty – ?
342: Greensleeves – ?
343: Chaching – ?
344: Dupe – Designed to generate clones.
345: Elastico – Designed to distract enemies. Can stretch and bend his body like taffy.
346: Stuckup – ?
347: Slobber – ?
348: Snappish – ?
349: Lotuseater – ?
350: Addly – ?
351: Whoover – ?
352: Yvonne – ?
353: Blackoutro – ?
354: Jesstifer – ? This experiment was named after Jess Winfield's user name at TvTome and tv.com.
355: Swapper – Designed to swap people's brains. He can also switch them back.
356: Rippington – ?
357: Dawnes – ?
358: Manners – Designed to make people too polite to fight back. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
359: Phoebe – ?
360: Drowsy – Designed to lull you into the deepest sleep.
361: Aron – ?
362: Putdown – ?
363: Crankster – ?
364: 'Sgo – ?
365: Queasy – ?
366: Xanad – ?
367: Ob – ?
368: Luddi – ?
369: Thomas – ?
370: Blueblood – ?
371: Simpatico – ?
372: Eve – ?
373: Worrywart – ?
374: Demotifier – ?
375: Phantasmo – Designed to bring inanimate objects to life.
376: Cassandra – ?
377: Annie – ?
378: Lonelyhearts – ?
379: Grudge – ?
380: Judy – ?
381: Neg – ?
382: 1-Imp – ?
383: Swirly – Designed to put enemies into a trance, so that they're susceptible to the first order they hear.
384: Woesmy – ?
385: Hoobie – ?
386: Hitch – ?
387: Substein – ?
388: Megan – ?
389: Facepainter – ?
390: Slimy – Designed to leave a slippery snail-like trail to trip up enemies.
391: Barry – ?
392: Margaret – ?
393: Missandra – ?
394: Joe – ?
395: Polly – ?
396: Connie – ?
397: Spats – Designed to cause people to fight by zapping them. When he zaps a person they suddenly become angry.
398: Gus the Second – ?
399: Super-X – ?
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Experiments 400-499 400 Series: Mysterious series of mostly failed experiments, that's why not many are seen.
Red pods
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400: Precious – ??? Designed to control all the other experiments. To neutralize this experiment, you have to throw it into a volcano.
401: Chafe – ?
402: Chile – ?
403: Zinger – ?
404: Bloom – ?
405: Lucy – ?
406: China – ?
407: Punk – ?
408: Berg I – ?
409: Gumshoe – ?
410: Jay – ?
411: Cowlick – ?
412: Char – Designed to burn Bagels
413: Botulator – Designed to spoil Food.
414: Crusty – Designed to spread mold on bread.
415: Patter – Designed to eat a single sock in each pair.
416: Parsifier – ? Parslifier according to Wikipedia
417: Sageonomificator – ?
418: Rosemary – ?
419: Vane – ?
420: Curdle – ?
421: Bustduster – ?
422: Doublecross – ?
423: Filibuster – ?
424: Decayer – ?
425: Mr. Brown – ?
426: Rewind – ?
427: Toepoke – ?
428: Gameover – ?
429: Klamp – ?
430: Slipknot – ?
431: Bluerinse – ?
432: Tonic – ? Tonix in Wikipedia
433: Speck – ?
434: Monochrome – ?
435: Tony – ?
436: Steve – ?
437: Hank – ? Honk in Wikipedia
438: Potter – ?
439: Winceslaws – ?
440: Waistrel – ?
441: Choppers – ?
442: Moldavia – ?
443: Taps – ?
444: Pooperson – ?
445: No-C – ?
446: Jacob – ?
447: Handprint – ?
448: Diesel – ?
449: Bellyup – ?
450: Sapsucker – ?
451: Pullplug – ?
452: Bob – ?
453: Trip – ?
454: Blackhead – ?
455: Mary – Designed to be the bouncer for Jumba's lab. One hip check from her sends you flying. She is a big, round and peach experiment. Activated at the end of Stitch! the Movie.
456: Nub – ?
457: Hangnail – ?
458: Greaseprint – ?
459: Nobyte – ?
460: Noise – ?
461: Pacer – ?
462: Flat – ?
463: Keyz – ?
464: Sharpflat – ?
465: Skid – ?
466: Loomiere – ?
467: Scale – ?
468: Underwey – ?
469: Jitters – ?
470: Octopalmer – ?
471: Sneak – ?
472: Little Dorrat – ?
473: Tripsy – ?
474: Dizzifier – ?
475: Therman – ?
476: Hoasinator – ? Haasinator
477: Buzzout – ? Buzzcut
478: Tireslasher – ?
479: Lotta – ?
480: Tappity – ?
481: Twitch – ?
482: Gesundt – ?
483: Hiver – ?
484: Buffie – ?
485: Period – ?
486: Grindz – ?
487: Crunkle – ?
488: Speirs – ?
489: Huggo – Designed to squeeze the life out of you with his tentacles.
490: Stones – ?
491: Spikyhands – ?
492: Milston – ?
493: Enguard – ?
494: Mortamer – ?
495: Joy – ?
496: Froggifier – ?
497: Copywronger – ?
498: Floods – ?
499: Brad – ?
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Experiments 500-599 500 Series: Elemental manipulators.
Blue pods
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500: Cooler – ?
501: Yin – Designed to spray water.
502: Yang – Designed to sprout lava.
503: Comet – ?
504: Bling Bling – ?
505: Ploot – Designed to eat ordinary trash and pollution to become bigger. He then sprays the sludge he makes from the litter all over. However, air freshener can dissolve his sludge and make him not pollute, and clean up for real. (Note: on air he was 515)
506: Ug – ?
507: Woody – Designed to eat wood at a rapid pace. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
508: Phil – ?
509: Sprout – Designed to sprout into an uncontrollable forest of destruction.
510: Drill – ?
511: Wilt – ?
512: Bog – ?
513: Richter – Designed to make earthquakes of planet-splitting proportions.
514: Cone – ?
515: Deforestator – Designed to level entire forests.
516: Auntie – ?
517: Parch – ?
518: Flame – ?
519: Splat – Designed to level entire cities with a deceptively small roller. A large green experiment, with a roller between his front legs, and 2 cone shaped antenna. Designed to level entire cities with a deceptively small roller. One true place is as a roller in street construction.
520: Cannonball – Designed to make tsunami-sized waves that can flood the whole world.
521: Wrapper – Designed to wrap things up like a mummy. – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
522: Tarantula – ?
523: Slushy – Designed to freeze land with his breath.
524: Shovel – ?
525: Stoneface – ?
526: Gus – ?
527: Chip – ?
528: SPF – ?
529: Digger – Designed to drill holes through planets.
530: Crybaby – ?
531: Hisee – ?
532: Strato – ? Strata in Wikipedia
533: Blowhard – Designed to immobilize any object by flying it like a kite – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's new 'cats'
534: Crabweed – ?
535: Spectrum – ?
536: Polar – ?
537: Rust – ?
538: Autumn – ?
539: Algae – ?
540: Phoon – Designed to create strong gusts of wind.
541: Swell – ?
542: Hallie – ?
543: Franklin – ?
544: Thrasher – Designed to trash crops with his spike-covered tentacles. (aka Thresher)
545: Pompey – ?
546: Rip – ?
547: Cam – ?
548: Cheesy – ?
549: Supertweet – ?
550: Clammy – ?
551: Dryheat – ?
552: Astro – ?
553: Clipse – ?
554: Sol – ?
555: Liquefactor – ?
556: Berg II – ?
557: Cauldron – ?
558: Sepia – ?
559: Midosminus – ? Midasminus in Wikipedia
560: Prism – ?
561: He – ?
562: Hardy – ?
563: Silbert – ?
564: Lotis Wife – ?
565: Phosphor – ?
566: Derrick – Designed to drill – One of Mrs. Hasagawa's house 'cats'
567: Eva – Inactive pod from the episode 627. Named Eva according to Leroy
568: Slenky – ?
569: Glenn – ?
570: Frosty D. – ?
571: Dusty – ?
572: Dropcall – ?
573: Handoman – ?
574: Lardo – ?
575: Magnarette – ?
576: Darn – ?
577: Oof – ?
578: Carrie – ?
579: Spinster – ?
580: Friday – ?
581: Roasie – ? Roadie in Wikipedia
582: Spout – ?
583: Blake – ?
584: Balar – ?
585: Petrifier – ?
586: Tank – Designed to eat anything out of metal, and gets bigger with each bite.
587: Noviz – ?
588: Sa – ?
589: Stoopinslide – ?
590: Baron Meter – ?
591: Squidly – ?
592: Deodorant – ?
593: Heatwaver – ?
594: Colm – ?
595: Icecrusher – ?
596: El Carbon – ?
597: Zirconia – ?
598: Gluteous – ?
599: Tatoo – ?
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Experiments 600-628 600 Series: Battlefield or doomsday experiments with galactic implications.
Blue pods
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600: Woops – Was suppose to be designed to be indestructible and do anything, but Jumba mucked-up. He isn’t destructive and he can’t do anything for himself. He is a clutz.
601: Kixx – Designed for hand and hand combat. He can kick-box you all over the place!
602: Sinker – Designed to split a boat in two with his enormous fin.
603: Zap – A living laser-bolt.
604: Houdini – Designed to make anything disappear with a blink of his big eyes.
605: Warpstron – ?
606: Holio – Designed to create a matter sucking black hole when he opens his mouth.
607: Launch – Designed to warp the fabric of space and time causing the entire universe to collapse upon itself. (Inactive pod on Gantu's ship)
608: Slugger – Designed to deflect incoming projectiles. Also a definite home-run hitter!
609: Heat – Designed to fire red-hot blasts of energy.
610: Witch – ?
611: Doomsday aka El Fin – Designed to be the ultimate weapon. He can cause the universe to implode with a single password, which Jumba can't remember. (mentioned only, but his number is important to plot)
(Note: Leroy lists El Fin as 611. but elsewhere Doomsday is referred to as 111)
Wikipedia has Doomsday as #611
612: Blondzilla – ? Blandzilla in Wikipedia
613: Yaarp – Designed to pulverize entire buildings with sonic blasts from the appendage on the top of his head.
614: Gunnar – ? Gunner in Wikipedia
615: Yogee – ?
616: Joey – ?
617: Plasmoid – Designed to generate and fire explosive balls of plasma from his tail.
618: Crystallene – ?
619: Splodyhead – Designed to launch fiery plasma blasts from his head.
620: Page – ?
621: Chopsuey – ?
622: Jumby – ?
623: Trainer – ?
624: Angel – Designed to turn all experiments back from good to evil. Experiments built after her are not affected by her.
625: Reuben aka Sandwich Boy – Designed to have all the powers of Stitch he also has advanced speaking capabilities. Except for the fact he is unwilling to use them. However he makes good sandwiches.
626: Stitch – Designed to be abnormally strong, super intelligent and basically the most powerful thing ever... Except for the fact he is too heavy to swim in water.
627: 627 – Designed to be bigger and worse than Stitch... But he is completely evil. He also has the powers of twenty other experiments. (Deactivated Pod)
628: 628 – Inactive pod locked away on Jumba's ship.
629: Leroy – If we assume that the experiments are numbered sequentially, Leroy would have to
be experiment 629
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