Behemoth was a robot that fought in every British series of the Robot Wars barring the very first, achieving one semi-final place and a runner-up position in The First World Championship prior to the release of Robot Wars: Metal Mayhem, where Behemoth made its first appearance in a video game, going on to appear in all but one subsequent games.
Appearance and Armament
Robot Wars: Metal Mayhem was the first Robot Wars game and as such Behemoth was one of the first competitor robots to be playable. Due to the Game Boy Color's comparatively poor graphics, the arenas and robots could not be very detailed, and the same goes for Behemoth.
The game's model is easily distinguishable as its real life counterpart, and one of the best models in Robot Wars: Metal Mayhem. although there are some differences. The twin axes featured on the Series 3 version of the machine is static, and various parts of the robot is tinted turquoise.
In battle, Behemoth's method of attack is using its scoop. Like all CPU contestant robots, it will use its weapon when it comes into contact with another robot, but it will not always actively drive towards them. In battle, Behemoth cannot overturn opponents, instead using the scoop to cause damage and deplete an opponent's health bar.
Differences from Real Life
- Behemoth's rear axes are static.
- The top of the robot, and bottom of the scoop is turquoise.