Heat G of Extreme Warriors: Season 2 was the seventh of eight heats which determined the Grand Finalists of the second season of Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors. The episode was originally broadcast on May 18, 2002 on TNN.

Competing RobotsEdit


Destructive Criticism
Destructive Criticism
Weight 220lbs
Dimensions 10" x 51" x 22"
Power 4 x 24V Wheelchair motors
Weapons Spinning blade
Strengths Sturdy & Strong
Weaknesses Lack of Speed
From: Long Beach, California
Team Members: Randy Eubanks, Christian Gomez, & Barry Young
Weight 220lbs
Dimensions 17" x 45" x 30"
Power 2 x 4HP Wheelchair Motors
Weapons Twin Axes
Strengths Titanium Armor
Weaknesses No Self-Righting Mechanism
From: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Team Members: Erik Koss, Joyce Koss, Jonathan Clawson
Lightning Tracks
Weight 215lbs
Dimensions 17" x 48" x 34"
Power 6 x 1HP Electric Motors
Weapons Flipper & Spikes
Strengths Low and Durable
Weaknesses Lack of Power
From: Richardson, Texas
Team Members: Russ Barrow, Sarwin Patel & Darnella Otradovsky
Weight 110lbs
Dimensions 11" x 36" x 32"
Power 2 x 1.5HP Electric Motors
Weapons Spinning Arm
Strengths Protective Dome
Weaknesses Lack of Driving Experience
From: Bend, Oregon
Team Members: Jack Harwick, Platt Green, Dustin Cowell


General Chompsalot 2
Weight 217lbs
Dimensions 15" x 42" x 34"
Power 2 x Wheelchair Motors
Weapons Large Powerful Jaws
Strengths Invertible
Weaknesses Poor Armor
From: New Berlin, Wisconsin
Team Members: Tim Berghoefer, Dave Berghoefer & Martin Berghoefer
Runaway RWSeason2
Run Away
Weight 215lbs
Dimensions 18" x 49" x 35"
Power 2 x 12volt electric motors
Weapons 2 x Rotating Steel Blades
Strengths Battle-Hardened Veteran
Weaknesses Low Drive Power
From: Salem, Oregon
Team Members: Mark Joerger, Aaron Joerger & Alissa Joerger

Round 1Edit

G-Force vs Marauder vs General Chompsalot 2Edit


General Chompsalot stuck on top of G-Force

The match began with General Chompsalot and G-Force chasing the middleweight Marauder as it got its weapon up to speed. G-Force rammed Marauder several times into the walls and into Matilda's CPZ. General Chompsalot drove over the top of Marauder and then got stuck on Refbot's bulldozer blade. G-Force then stopped moving on the floor flipper. General Chompsalot drove on top of G-Force and got stuck as Refbot counted out G-Force. Refbot then separated the two robots as the floor flipper hurled G-Force across the arena. Shunt then finished off G-Force by pushing it into the pit.

Qualified: Marauder & General Chompsalot 2

Destructive Criticism vs Lightning Tracks vs Run AwayEdit


Destructive Criticism destroys its opponents

At the beginning of the match, Destructive Criticism got its weapon up to speed and started striking the sides of Lightning Tracks. Run Away pressed the pit release button and drove right over the top of Lightning Tracks and got stuck. Destructive Criticism dealt harmful blows on both robots, causing serious damage to Lightning Tracks' sides and Run Away's wheel. When Refbot finally separated Lightning Tracks and Run Away, both machines were immobilized. But Refbot counted out Lightning Tracks who had been immobilized first. Lightning Tracks was positioned on the floor flipper and thrown before being pitted by Shunt.

Qualified: Destructive Criticism & Run Away

Round 2Edit

General Chompsalot 2 vs Run AwayEdit


General Chompsalot 2 lifts Run Away on its side.

The previous tag team partners fought each other in round 2. Run Away had its wheel repaired, and ran into the pit release button in order to avoid and possibly try and shove General Chompsalot 2 down the pit, but General Chompsalot grabbed Run Away, whose blades caused no damage, as it tried to escape, crumpling the bottom and side of Run Away. General Chompsalot used its pushing power to tip Run Away onto its side, where it was left, and counted out, as it couldn't self right. General Chompsalot and the house robots exchanged attacks on Run Away before General Chompsalot grabbed onto its ex-partner and put it in the pit.

Winner: General Chompsalot 2

Marauder vs Destructive CriticismEdit


Marauder is knocked into the Pit.

Both robots got their spinning weapons up to speed and Destructive Criticism struck the side of Marauder. Marauder pressed the pit button and knocked the star logo off of Destructive Criticism's top. But Destructive Criticism was low enough to avoid Marauder's bar spinner and struck it with its disc. Destructive Criticism got its blade stuck on an angle grinder but it managed to free itself. Marauder however struck the arena guardrail and broke off one of its arms. Dead Metal came into the arena to attack Marauder but Refbot pushed the house robot away. Destructive Criticism struck Marauder one more time and Marauder drove into the pit.

Winner: Destructive Criticism


General Chompsalot 2 vs Destructive CriticismEdit

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The initial hit between Destructive Criticism and General Chompsalot 2.

Destructive Criticism once again spun up to speed before crashing into General Chompsalot 2, knocking out both robots and removing its weapon chain in one hit. However, after being stopped, Destructive Criticism eventually came back to life, leaving General Chompsalot to be counted out. It was put on the floor flipper, where it was thrown through the air, and lost a wheel. Eventually General Chompsalot was pitted, meaning Destructive Criticism went through to the Grand Final as the winner of Heat G.

Heat Winner: Destructive Criticism

Trivia Edit

  • Since every loser was pitted, this episode contained no judges' decisions, much like Heat D and Heat J of the Fifth Wars.
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