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These articles relate to the UK television game show Robot Wars, including the upcoming series, pages on robots, presenters, battles, episodes and teams, as well as the Dutch, American and German counterparts. It also contains information on pages deemed relevant in terminology and the Robotic Combat sport.

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Rosie the Riveter II

Rosie the Riveter was an American competitor robot that fought in both seasons of Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors and Nickelodeon Robot Wars, built by Team Juggerbot. After competing in a variety of events during the first season with mixed success, Rosie the Riveter 2 reached the Grand Final of the US Championship during Season 2, defeating Darkness in its Heat Final before falling to the eventual champion Panzer Mk 4 in the eliminators. Rosie the Riveter 2 lost both of its fights in Nickelodeon Robot Wars on extremely close Judges' decisions.

Building upon its name, Rosie the Riveter was a four-wheel drive, box-shaped robot designed to resemble a World War II fighter plane. It was mainly painted yellow, blue and white with various fighter plane-inspired decals, and in the first season of Extreme Warriors featured an iron battering ram as its weapon, driven by wheelchair motors. In Season 2 and Nickelodeon Robot Wars, it was upgraded to feature a front wedge as well as a belt-driven 24V circular saw and new 36V electric motors. The robot also featured a host of novelty fighter plane-themed attachments which were removed before its battles, including a pair of wings fixed to its sides, and a miniature cockpit, pilot and tailfin attached to its top panel.

Did you know...

  • ...that in both series where Dantomkia reached the semi-finals, it lost in the first round of the semi-finals to the winner of Heat D, who then lost in the second round of the semi-finals to the robot who finished third in those series?
  • ...that MouseTrap was the only unseeded heat winner from Series 4-5 that did not defeat two seeds to win the episode?
  • ...that the four grand finalists of Series 4, 5 and 6 all appeared in at least one video game?

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