For the unrelated walkerbot built by Team 101, see Anarchy.

Anarchy was a competitor robot which fought in the Featherweight Championship of Robot Wars: The Second Wars. In the final, shown as a partial recap in The Grudge Matches, it lost the Championship to former Series 1 Heat Finalist Demolisher after breaking down early on in the battle.

Design[edit | edit source]

Anarchy was a wedge-shaped robot made out of a radio-controlled car, with the wedge serving as the robot's only form of offence. Little else is known about the robot, which received very little screen-time, although it was coloured grey and red with a red cross on the top panel and was described as being "very fast".

Qualification[edit | edit source]

Although it was a featherweight, Anarchy attended the Series 2 auditions like the other heavyweight machines[1], and was permitted to enter the Featherweight Championship.

Robot History[edit | edit source]

Series 2[edit | edit source]

Anarchy competed exclusively in the Featherweight Championship, aired as part of The Grudge Matches. For the title, it faced off against Armadillo, Demolisher, and The Ripper.

Anarchy began sluggishly moving towards Demolisher at the start of the battle, but would not proceed any further than this. It then received a hefty blow from the silver machine which left it motionless. Anarchy was ruled immobile and then attacked by Matilda. The battle was ultimately won by Demolisher.

Results[edit | edit source]

Series 2
Featherweight Championship
Final vs. Armadillo, Demolisher, The Ripper Lost

Wins/Losses[edit | edit source]

  • Wins: 0
  • Losses: 1

Series Record[edit | edit source]

Series Anarchy Series Record
The First Wars Did not enter
The Second Wars Featherweight Final
The Third Wars Did not enter
The Fourth Wars Did not enter
The Fifth Wars Did not enter
The Sixth Wars Did not enter
The Seventh Wars Did not enter
Series 8 Did not enter
Series 9 Did not enter
Series 10 Did not enter

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Anarchy's team helped The Yorkshire Rippers to rewire The Ripper before their featherweight battle. Ultimately, neither would move more than a few metres in battle.

References[edit | edit source]

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