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Sir Killalot in Robot Wars: Extreme Destruction (PC/Xbox)

"Sir Killalot is the king of the house robots."
Jonathan Pearce's in-game commentary

Sir Killalot (sometimes known as Killalot or Sir K) was a house robot designed to look like a medieval knight, with his name being a pun on Sir Lancelot. He is armed with a rotating drill lance and a hydraulic cutting claw. Sir Killalot appears in Robot Wars: Extreme Destruction (PC/Xbox) in addition to the other four Robot Wars video games.

In this game it is possible to play as Sir Killalot and the other House Robots by entering a cheat code.

Appearance and ArmamentEdit

Sir Killalot and the other four early House Robots made their fifth and final video game appearance during this game. The game was the only game based on Robot Wars Extreme: Series 1. Sir Killalot's appearance remains unchanged from the previous Robot Wars console game release, Robot Wars: Arenas of Destruction. He again sports the smaller style crushing claw, based upon the claw from earlier series. The House Robots in this game could break the rules for the first time, perhaps to show off the fact that Refbot was in a game for the first time. They would often come out of their CPZs and attack competitor robots, which would lead to them receiving a yellow card, and eventually a red card after breaking the rules for a second time.

Functions within gameEdit

Sir Killalot would act as one of 4 house robots, on particular arenas, for most of the events and battle types. Sir Killalot also appears in the Football minigame as the goalkeeper, this is contrary to real life, as Dead Metal was always used as a goalkeeper, and Sir Killalot was never even used in Football at all.

GlitchesEdit

Sir Killalot is capable of moving at un-realistic speeds and is technically the fastest House Robot in the game. Due to this, he often decides matches by shoving a competitor through the wall and out of the arena, or forces them into the pit. This is also true for the Football minigame, where, rather than defend the goal, he will often attack the player's robot, but only on a rare occasion attack the computer controlled robot.

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