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Revision as of 13:07, April 23, 2012

For the American competitor, see G-Force.

G-Man was a red curved wedge shaped robot with a lifter on the front with a grinning face painted on for artwork, very similar in design to the Hassocks Hog 2, only more compact and without "stabilising ears". G-Man was armoured in very thin fibreglass and was very weak in the hands of spinners. It is unknown how, but it failed to qualify for the Seventh Series of Robot Wars. The robot has recently been sold to Team Combat Penguin (The Hazzabigun on Youtube [1]), who has re-named the robot Metanoia, and is currently getting it running again to fighting form.

  • G-Man before its entry into Robot Wars.
  • G-Man fighting Stinger at WAR IN THE WOLDS - 16th NOVEMBER 2002 - LOUTH
  • G-Man with Lee and Mick at WAR IN THE WOLDS - 16th NOVEMBER 2002 - LOUTH
  • G-Man at War of the Worlds in 2002
  • G-Man in a another design at a event held by Team Haardvark
  • G-Man in October 2003
  • G-Man before it was sold to Team Combat Penguin. It was renamed Metanoia

Series Record

  • Series 1-6: Did not enter
  • Series 7: Failed to qualify

References

[2]

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