- "Our motto this year is surrender or fly!"
- — Graham Warner in Extreme 1, Spawn Again's first appearance
Spawn Again was Team Scutterbots's third and final entry to Robot Wars. It competed in Series 5, 6 and 7 of Robot Wars, plus both series of Robot Wars Extreme. Spawn Again also represented the UK in Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors. It was the successor to Spawn of Scutter.
Armed with a powerful flipper, Spawn Again was capable of throwing robots out of the arena, doing so twice to Evolution and Chip. Spawn Again suffered from erratic consistency in Robot Wars, with malfunctioning electronics and weaponry. Despite this, it managed to reach the Semi-Finals of Series 5 and 6 where it lost to Razer and Terrorhurtz respectively. It also reached the heat final of Series 7, where it was defeated by Raging Knightmare in a grudge match from Series 4.
Versions of Spawn Again
There were four versions of Spawn Again, but each shared the same basic features. Each iteration was a large wedge (larger and steeper than most of the wedges of that era, which were typically shorter in the style of Chaos 2 or Cassius) and featured a metre-long, CO2 powered rear-hinged flipper. The flipper was powerful enough to scoop up and throw robots out of the arena (both the Series 5 and 7 versions achieved this), and due to the scooping motion was capable of lifting robots up in a shot-put motion, where the robot did not overturn when it hit the ground but rather moved from one place to another whilst landing heavily. This helped Spawn Again achieve smooth and controlled out of the arena flips, as seen with the fight with Chip.
With the exception of the Extreme 1 model, all versions were designed with a black and yellow colour scheme.
Spawn Again (Series 5/Extreme 1)
- "We're faster, more powerful, and we've got a full bar pressure 1000 psi flipper, like Chaos only bigger, and this time anyone who comes near us is going into orbit!"
- — Darren Hayden-Ball in the team's introduction, shown before Round 2 of their Series 5 heat and Round 1 of the Semi-Finals
The first Spawn Again briefly employed a red colour scheme (similar to that of Scutter's Revenge) during Extreme 1 and Extreme Warriors, but was repainted black and yellow by the time Series 5 was filmed. At 1.25 metres tall, Spawn Again was one of the taller wedges in the competition (by comparison, Gravedigger was almost half a metre shorter at 0.82m). Spawn Again ran on 12V electric motors and was four wheel-driven (rare for a wedge robot), retaining the same power from its predecessors Scutter's Revenge and Spawn of Scutter. The 1000 psi flipper had a metal plate to allow the flipper to breach ground clearances, and also a rear spike that was rarely used in action. A metal half disc could be attached to the rear of the robot in order to act as a rollcage (to counter Spawn Again's tendency to flip itself over). Spawn Again could reach a top speed of twenty-five miles per hour (the fastest in the competition).
- "Four wheel driven - should drive all the way to the semi-finals again."
- — Jonathan Pearce introduces Spawn Again in Series 5
However, Spawn Again suffered from polarising reliability, often stopping and starting throughout battles and its weapon sometimes jamming open. During the fight with Hydra, Spawn Again burned through its own wires even in victory. At 79kg, it was also considerably lighter than robots of its weight class (it was almost twenty kilograms lighter than Hydra, Evolution and Diotoir, the robots it beat in its heat that series).
Spawn Again (Series 6)
- "Right when they needed to, the flipper found its form!"
- — Jonathan Pearce
The Series 6 Spawn Again increased its weight to 92kg. The robot was now run by a more powerful motor (1.4KW). It retained its drive power, but had slow response times listed as its weakness. In Series 6, Spawn Again's speed was reduced to a more manageable top speed of 20mph. This model, while slightly shorter, added permanent rollbars to the back of the robot. These were required to counter the enormous power of Spawn Again's flipper, which was enough to completely overturn the robot even when flipping an opponent. The flipper was now a solid gold colour, rather than black and did not have its name on it.
- Darren Hayden-Ball: "We had a few problems last round. We...think we've sorted them out."
- Philippa Forrester: "List the repair jobs."
- Darren Hayden-Ball: "Oh God. Uhh...The chassis been cut, re-wielded, new bits put in it, there's been reinforcements put in, electrical problems, gearbox has been rebuilt, bearings have been replaced, batteries have been replaced. And that's the only things I can think of at the moment, but I'm sure there's more!"
- — Team Scutterbots before their fight with Spam
Whilst more armoured than its lighter predecessor, Spawn Again was still not able to absorb large hits as it took considerable work and replacement parts to even get the robot running after hits from Supernova. The reliability was also noticeably poor, as the flipper regularly jammed and suffered interference problems which prevented the robot from moving.
Spawn Again (Extreme 2)
For Extreme 2 after its run in Series 6, the same machine was used but the weapon was given a new firing mechanismCitation? , and the drive issues that affected the robot's performance throughout Series 6 had been amended. The body shape was changed from a traditional wedge-shape as seen in the previous two series to a more bulkier, angled design. Stainless steel strips were also added to the robot's front edge to allow it to get under the opponents more easily. Its overall performance was greater than that of the Series 6 model, despite only competing in two fights during Extreme 2.
Spawn Again (Series 7)
- "None hopefully."
- — Spawn Again's weaknesses
Spawn Again in Series 7 was an all new robot internally, but retained the same design, including the black colour scheme, roll cages and flipper. It was just over a metre tall, and the heaviest Spawn Again model at 99kg. It was now powered by two 750W motors housed within a aluminium composite body around the same extremely powerful chassis. Spawn Again used two different flipper blades, including a wider blade in its first two battles, and a blade no wider than the flipper in the heat final.
Spawn Again's Series 7 model suffered less unreliability than its predecessors - Team Scutterbots were portrayed as far more relaxed between fights and less time was spent on its plight for repairs. However, it did still have problems with its flipper jamming open and the ram - which had been used in every single Spawn Again model - memorably exploded in the Heat Final with Raging Knightmare.
Spawn Again's first appearance came in the Tag Team Terror competition alongside Comengetorix, the successor to Vercingetorix - a robot which Team Scutterbots had defeated in The Fourth Wars. In the duo's first battle, they faced off against Bigger Brother and Major Tom, with Spawn Again starting the battle in the CPZ.
The battle started slowly as Comengetorix only caught Bigger Brother with a glancing blow from its axe, while Bigger Brother emitted CO2 as it spun around and flipped at thin air. After a short period of intermittent movement, Comengetorix then lifted Bigger Brother and drove it across the arena floor. Meanwhile, Spawn Again decided to come out of the CPZ and made its first move by throwing Major Tom onto its back; however, Spawn Again's flipper had jammed in an upright position. Bigger Brother then came across to attempt to right its teammate, with Comengetorix using the opportunity to inflict damage to the baseplate of Major Tom. Bigger Brother finally managed to topple its partner back onto its wheels, but Major Tom remained idle. Spawn Again then engaged in a tussle with Bigger Brother, pushing it into an angle grinder at one point, while Refbot counted out Major Tom. From this point on, Spawn Again largely struggled for movement, but both Spawn Again and Comengetorix survived the whole bout, and the two progressed to the Semi-Finals.
Spawn Again started the battle against Pussycat and attempted an early attack on its opponent, but only managed to flick it up onto all four of its wheels with a flip. Spawn Again then danced on the flame pit as it waited for its flipper to retract, before thrusting Pussycat into Matilda's CPZ. Spawn Again switched out for Comengetorix, which struggled to move freely as Pussycat activated the pit release button. Diotoir was then tagged by Pussycat and attacked the inactive Comengetorix, before Spawn Again rushed out and tried to help its teammate by trying in vain to throw Diotoir over. Suddenly, all four competing robots were in the centre of the arena, as Pussycat got back into the action. Diotoir continued to target Comengetorix and edged it towards the pit, but Spawn Again did enough to separate the two.
However, shortly after, Spawn Again broke down, with the now revived Comengetorix having to fight the remainder of the battle alone. Spawn Again was counted out by Refbot and axed by Shunt before being thrown by the floor flipper and pitted, with Comengetorix soon following it and Diotoir and Pussycat went through to the Tag Team Terror final.
Spawn Again was also due to compete in the Mayhem qualifiers for one of the two Annihilators, but it withdrew for unknown reasons.
US Season 1
Spawn Again represented the UK in the War of Independence Special in the first season of Extreme Warriors, where it fought the American loanerbot entry Joker in Round 1.
- Rebecca Grant: "So Spawn Again, how do you plan on conquering the US?"
- Darren Hayden-Ball: "Well the Yanks are such a throwaway society, We thought we'd make them feel right at home, use them up and throw them away!"
- — Pre-battle interview
Spawn Again didn't last long in the battle, as the first attack from Joker was enough to immobilise it. Spawn Again was quickly counted out by Refbot, and was thrown by the floor flipper after being placed on it by the House Robots. The British hopes were then pitted by Refbot to end the battle.
- "Well Sgt Bash knows it's time to clean up and clean up he does. As the pit opens up, the audience is begging for it. And you know it's the House Robots' duty to go in there and just bury him. But not Refbot. Wait a minute! Ha! Refbot jumps in there and drops him in. Must have been disgusting with his performance."
- — Stefan Frank as Spawn Again is pushed towards the pit by Sgt Bash and then pitted by Refbot
- "Big fan club! Has a high-powered CO2 flipper at the front and a high-powered spike at the rear, twice series Semi-Finalists, 25mph top speed, the fastest in the heat, 4-wheel-driven, should drive all the way to the Semis again!"
- — Jonathan Pearce introduces Spawn Again
Spawn Again entered the Fifth Wars as the number thirteen seed, and started its campaign with a first round battle against newcomers Hydra.
Spawn Again started strongly, immediately flipping Hydra over, and it kept the pressure on its opponent by flipping it over three more times after Hydra had righted itself. Hydra then stopped moving after self-righting for a fourth time. Spawn Again used Hydra's immobility to drive it towards the arena wall, where it rammed it multiple times before lifting it up onto its back once more. Spawn Again then attempted to flip Hydra out of the arena, but Hydra tumbled over the back of Spawn Again and into the CPZ. Spawn Again had still done plenty enough to progress though, and Refbot counted out Hydra before the House Robots pitted the beaten machine.
- "Well, it's a completely new robot since last year, we've got the same drive system, bit faster, but we've got a full bar pressure flipper on it now, bit like Chaos, but a bit sort of higher than Chaos' one. Yeah, it seems to be working well!"
- — Darren Hayden-Ball to Craig Charles after Round 1
Evolution started the battle spinning on the spot, but this did little to deter Spawn Again, which narrowly missed with a flip. Spawn Again then quickly slid underneath Evolution and chucked it over, before driving it towards the arena wall and flipping it out of the arena. This flip saw Spawn Again finish off its opponent in twenty-one seconds, and even threw its own wedge panel off in the process. Either way, Spawn Again went through to the Heat Final.
- "Exactly to plan! You see, we was going to go in there, get them straight out, and we did the job, straight away!"
- — Luke Jackman after the fight
Spawn Again faced the experienced Diotoir machine in the Heat Final, which had defeated the twelfth seeds Tornado in the second round to progress to this stage. This was a rematch from the Extreme 1 Tag Team Terror semi-final.
- "They're a good bunch of lads, and they're actually the ones who fixed our robot to get us here to this fight, so there's no bad feelings towards them!"
- — Darren Hayden-Ball on his opponents
In the battle, Spawn Again continued its trend of fast start as it flipped over the Irish robot immediately. Diotoir attempted to self-right, but only managed to lose its eyes in doing so. Spawn Again, with its flipping arm now stuck open, darted towards the pit release button in an attempt to fulfil the gentleman's agreement that was made between the two teams, with both teams agreeing that if one robot became immobile then the other would pit the beaten machine before the House Robots could inflict more damage.
However, this plan backfired when Spawn Again curiously came to a halt as it attempted to reverse the now-counted-out Diotoir into the pit, which meant that Matilda and Sgt. Bash were free to come in to attack. Spawn Again had still completed its job of winning the battle though, and was through to the Series Semi-Finals.
- Craig Charles: "You're in with the big boys now, in the series semi-finals. What robots do you want to avoid?"
- Darren Hayden-Ball: "Uh, Razer!"
- — Ironic foreshadowing after the Heat Final
In the Series Semi-Finals, Spawn Again met the fourth seed, reigning world champions and eventual series champions Razer in Round 1.
Spawn Again was immediately under pressure as Razer slipped under Spawn Again's ground clearance and pierced its flipper arm. Razer continued to inflict further damage to Spawn Again as it held it against the arena wall, before Spawn Again was hassled into a CPZ, where Shunt, Sgt. Bash and Razer all took turns at damaging the thirteenth seeds.
- "And I don't think Spawn Again can get away from their peril! Semi-Finalists of Series 3 with the Scutter's Revenge machine, Semi-Finalists with Spawn of Scutter in Series 4, and to me Spawn Again are going to fall at the same hurdle! For Darren Ball driving. For Luke Jackman there with him as well."
- — Jonathan Pearce as Razer pierces Spawn Again
Finally, Spawn Again managed to free itself, and backed into space as it looked to line up an attack, but the damage it had sustained meant that its flipper was no longer working as it didn't work at all in the fight. In a desperate attempt to turn the battle, Spawn Again charged across the arena floor and activated the pit release button. However, Spawn Again then suddenly stopped moving, and Razer was able to submerge Spawn Again down into the pit.
- Craig Charles: "I tell you what, you couldn't have gone out to a better robot though!"
- Darren Hayden-Ball: "If you're going to go out, go out to the double world champions!"
- — Post-match interview
Spawn Again targeted S3 first of all, but lost the front blade of its flipper. Wild Thing then drove Spawn Again across the arena floor, before S3 came in with a hit which sent Spawn Again up into the air. After this attack, Spawn Again failed to move, and was counted out by Refbot before being pitted by Sgt. Bash. As a result, it was eliminated from the competition, with Wild Thing also failing to progress, as it lost out to S3 on the judges' decision.
- "Spawn Again has the long way home via the pit says Sgt. Bash. Down you go. That's the last we'll see this series of Spawn Again."
- — Jonathan Pearce as Spawn Again is pitted by Sgt. Bash
At the end of the series, Spawn Again was nominated for the Best Engineered Robot Award, but lost out to Derek.
This time around, Spawn Again was seeded number ten, the lowest ranked Semi-Finalist from the previous series. In its first battle in the Sixth Wars, it faced veterans Supernova and Tiberius 3, as well as newcomers Short Circuit.
- "So, Spawn Again with all the capability and experience here! Three times Semi-Finalists."
- — Jonathan Pearce on the pedigree of Team Scutterbots
Spawn Again struggled for mobility from the off, and failed to get into the action while the other three competing robots tussled with each other. Finally, after Supernova had immobilised the inexperienced Short Circuit, Spawn Again was approached by both Tiberius 3 and Supernova, and it sustained damage as Supernova caught the front of it with its weapon. Supernova had also thrown aside Tiberius 3 with a hit, which consequently saw it limited in terms of movement. Spawn Again then crept into position and threw Tiberius 3 over, but also managed to flip itself over in the process. Spawn Again managed to self-right safely, but was then attacked multiple times by Supernova. Thankfully for Spawn Again, Tiberius 3 was still lying on its back, and was counted out by Refbot, and as a result, Spawn Again scraped through to the second round by the skin of its teeth.
- "I'll tell you what, of the two, Supernova was by far the more impressive. Spawn Again, one launch of the flipper, that was about it!"
- — Jonathan Pearce after Tiberius 3 was counted out
In Spawn Again's second round battle it was up against Spam. Before the fight, major repairs were needed. Despite this, the team were confident that they could beat Spam.
- "The chassis' been cut, re-welded, new bits put in it. There's been reinforcements put in, electrical problems, gearbox has been rebuilt. Bearings have been replaced, batteries have been replaced. And that's the only ones I can think of at the moment, but I'm sure there's more!"
- — Darren Hayden-Ball on the repairs to Spawn Again
Spawn Again managed to move more freely than it had in its first round battle, and forced itself underneath Spam's ground clearance on multiple occasions. However, Spawn Again's flipper did not activate once, and as the battle drew on, the tenth seed began moving slower and slower. Spam then activated the pit release and began to nudge Spawn Again towards the pit, before Spawn Again's flipper suddenly fired. However, before Spawn Again could use it offensively, an out of control Spam drove straight into the pit of its own accord.
- Craig Charles: "You were lucky to get through that!"
- Darren Hayden-Ball: "Oh yeah, really lucky!"
- — Post-battle interview
This put Spawn Again into the Heat Final where it went up against Supernova again. Once again, heavy repairs had to be made for the battle, as the motors were causing frequency interference, meaning the team had to switch from a starter motor to a lawnmower motor.
Spawn Again started the Heat Final quickly, dodging an attack from Supernova, before flicking it aside with a flip. Supernova then drove into an angle grinder, and started to have issues with its traction. Spawn Again used this impairment to its advantage by flipping Supernova up against the angle grinder. Refbot nudged Supernova back down from the arena hazard but Spawn Again continued to pressure the Sri Lankan robot, and flipped it once more. Supernova's wheels continued to spin, but it was still unable to gain sufficient purchase on the arena floor.
- "Spawn Again on top, and just when they needed it to, the flipper has found its form!"
- — Jonathan Pearce as Spawn Again flips Supernova into the arena wall
As a result, Supernova was counted out by Refbot, putting Team Scutterbots through to the Series Semi-Finals for the fourth time in a row.
- "And though it seemed unlikely five or six minutes ago, Spawn Again will be making another series Semi-Final!"
- — Jonathan Pearce as Supernova is counted out and flipped
Terrorhurtz started fast as it brought its axe down on Spawn Again multiple times in the opening stages before spiralling out of control briefly. Terrorhurtz continued to dominate proceedings by severely denting Spawn Again's armour with its bladed axe, and after Spawn Again received further damage from Dead Metal, it was counted out by Refbot. Spawn Again was then plucked by Mr. Psycho, who dropped Spawn Again onto the lip of the pit after parading it around the arena, with Dead Metal required to nudge Spawn Again down into the pit, confirming its defeat.
- "Spawn Again simply never go going!"
- — Jonathan Pearce as Spawn Again lies immobile
After this defeat, Spawn Again took part in the Losers' Melee for a second series in a row, where it faced the number two seeds Bigger Brother (a robot it defeated in the Extreme 1 Tag Team Terror) and the number four seeds Hypno-Disc.
- "It might run, but it might fall to bits! But, it's going against Hypno-Disc, so either way it's; we either trash it ourselves, or it gets trashed!"
- — Darren Hayden-Ball before the Losers' Melee
Hypno-Disc was harried by the other two machines from the off, and although it inflicted damage to both Spawn Again and Bigger Brother, it became immobilised when its flywheel connected with the arena wall. With the number four seeds immobilised, Spawn Again and Bigger Brother engaged with each other, with Spawn Again coming close to flipping Bigger Brother out of the arena. After this flip though, Spawn Again's mobility became laboured, with its flipper also stuck in an upright position. This allowed Bigger Brother to edge Spawn Again over the pit of oblivion before pushing it down - eliminating Spawn Again from the competition.
- "We've just brought it into the 21st century, but we won't find out how good it is until we get in there."
- — Darren Hayden-Ball on the upgrades to Spawn Again
Because it reached the Semi-Finals of the Sixth Wars, Spawn Again earned the right to compete in Extreme 2's All-Stars tournament. In the first round, it went up against Hypno-Disc once again as well as Dominator 2.
The battle got off to a fast start as a strong drive from Dominator 2 flicked Hypno-Disc up onto its side momentarily. Spawn Again then made its first move, as it drove at Hypno-Disc and hurled it up into the air with a strong flip. Both Spawn Again and Dominator 2 continued to focus their attacks solely on Hypno-Disc, and after Dominator 2 pushed Hypno-Disc around, Spawn Again came in and flipped Hypno-Disc once more. Hypno-Disc responded as it crashed into Dominator 2's right-hand side wheel guard before catching Spawn Again with another attack, but after some more pressure Hypno-Disc broke down. Spawn Again and Dominator 2 continued to attack the immobile Hypno-Disc, as Dominator 2 axed Hypno-Disc's flywheel multiple times, before Spawn Again threw it onto its back. Finally, Hypno-Disc was counted out by Refbot, and Spawn Again advanced to the next round along with Dominator 2.
In the second round, Spawn Again was up against former UK Champion Razer for the third time - a vengeance battle from the semi-finals of Series 5.
- Philippa Forrester: "Tactics?"
- Darren Hayden-Ball: "Beat them!"
- — Team Scutterbots talk tactics
In the opening stages of the battle, Spawn Again largely retreated as it attempted to keep its distance from Razer. Razer then caught up to Spawn Again and slid under the front of it before driving it back in towards Sgt. Bash. After this, Razer moved Spawn Again over the flame pit and attempted to crush into the flipper of its opponent, but Spawn Again held firm and sustained little damage. Spawn Again then managed to move away and decided to press the pit release button. Unfortunately for Spawn Again, it drove over the descending arena hazard as it attempted to go onto the attack, and found itself beached over the pit of oblivion. Razer raised its wings in celebration, before Spawn Again activated its flipper in a desperate last attempt to free itself, but it only succeeded in chucking itself fully into the pit, eliminating it from the competition.
- "It's basically the same design, but it's all new internally now, so it's new electronics, new batteries, new weapon, new weapon control, new mixer. But yeah, basically everything's new, and hopefully it'll all work!"
- — Darren Hayden-Ball on the improvements to Spawn Again
Spawn Again returned for Series 7, this time seeded sixth as it was one of only seven returning Semi-Finalists from the previous series. In the first round, Spawn Again was up against Chip, NEATer Machine and Revenge of Trouble & Strife.
- "People are going to need an "Arena Re-entry Device" from now on, because that's the only place people are going, it's outside the arena!"
- — Luke Jackman
Spawn Again buzzed around in the opening moments of the battle before manufacturing the first pivotal moment, as it drove underneath Chip and hurled it out of the arena. Meanwhile, NEATer Machine lost its axe tip and was immobilised by Revenge of Trouble & Strife, and although this meant that both machines were through, that didn't stop Spawn Again, as it flipped Revenge of Trouble & Strife over several times, to the point where it could not self-right. NEATer Machine was counted out by Refbot and pitted by Mr. Psycho, and Spawn Again's progression was confirmed, having defeated all three opponents.
- "Throw them out of the arena! Ten seconds maximum!"
- — Luke Jackman's tactics for fighting R.O.C.S.
Spawn Again started with a quick flip on its opponent, before righting it with another attack. Spawn Again continued its dominant start with another flip, before coming close to flipping R.O.C.S. out of the arena. R.O.C.S. managed to self-right, and then came onto the attack itself, as it clamped onto the back of Spawn Again. Sir Killalot dragged the two out of the CPZ, and R.O.C.S. dragged Spawn Again backwards, across the arena floor. Spawn Again managed to free itself from R.O.C.S.' grip just before it pressed the pit release button, and then asserted itself once more, toppling R.O.C.S. onto its back. This time, R.O.C.S. was unable to right itself, and Spawn Again had sealed its place into the Heat Final as Refbot counted R.O.C.S. out. To finish the battle, R.O.C.S. was hit by a washing machine on the Drop Zone and then pitted by Sir Killalot.
- "Same as always; flip them, flip them hard, and flip them out of the arena!"
- — Confidence before the battle from Darren Hayden-Ball
Both robots started by meeting in the centre of the arena, where Raging Knightmare flipped Spawn Again over. Spawn Again quickly self-righted, before pushing back onto Raging Knightmare, which flipped itself over while attempting to flip Spawn Again. Spawn Again attempted to follow this up with a flip of its own, but it pneumatics system exploded spectacularly as the machine landed back on the arena floor, sending CO2 gas everywhere. With the flipper now inactivate and the ram hanging out the front of the robot, Spawn Again dashed towards the pit release button, but missed its target, and instead, its exposed ram plunged into the arena floor, pinning itself in the process. Raging Knightmare then flipped Spawn Again free, but over onto its back, which meant that it could line up another attack. It came in once more, lifting Spawn Again up, but not out of the arena, which left it balancing on top of the arena wall, before Raging Knightmare flicked Spawn Again for a final time, toppling it out of the arena. This was the first and only time Spawn Again, and Team Scutterbots, had failed to reach the series semi finals.
- "Now, you can't sit there all day. That's better. Down you go. Out."
- — Jonathan Pearce on Spawn Again being balanced on the arena wall from a flip from Raging Knightmare, then being flipped out completely.
Spawn Again was eligible to compete in the All-Stars tournament at the end of Series 7, as the team had competed in at least five series. However, the team did not appear for unknown reasons, possibly due to the damage taken in the Heat Final battle with Raging Knightmare. Its Heat Final therefore proved to be its final Robot Wars appearance.
|SPAWN AGAIN - RESULTS|
|Extreme Series 1|
|Tag Team Terror|
Competing with Comengetorix, Round 2
|Round 1||vs. Bigger Brother & Major Tom||Won|
|Round 2||vs. Diotoir & Pussycat||Lost|
|The Fifth Wars - UK Championship|
13th Seed, Semi-Final, Round 1
|Heat G, Eliminator||vs. Hydra||Won|
|Heat G, Semi-Final||vs. Evolution||Won|
|Heat G, Final||vs. Diotoir||Won|
|Semi-Final 1, Round 1||vs. Razer (4)||Lost|
|Semi-Final 1, Losers Melee||vs. S3, Wild Thing (9)||Lost|
|The Sixth Wars - UK Championship|
10th Seed, Semi-Final, Round 1
|Heat H, Round 1||vs. Short Circuit, Supernova, Tiberius 3||Qualified|
|Heat H, Round 2||vs. Spam||Won|
|Heat H, Final||vs. Supernova||Won|
|Semi-Final 2, Round 1||vs. Terrorhurtz||Lost|
|Semi-Final 2, Losers Melee||vs. Bigger Brother (2), Hypno-Disc (4)||Lost|
|Extreme Series 2|
Heat, Round 2
|Heat B, Round 1||vs. Dominator 2, Hypno-Disc||Qualified|
|Heat B, Round 2||vs. Razer||Lost|
|The Seventh Wars - UK Championship|
6th Seed, Heat Final
|Heat N, Round 1||vs. Chip, NEATer Machine, Revenge of Trouble & Strife||Qualified|
|Heat N, Round 2||vs. R.O.C.S.||Won|
|Heat N, Final||vs. Raging Knightmare||Lost|
|War of Independence|
Representing UK, Round 1
|Eliminator||vs. Joker (USA)||Lost|
- UK Wins: 10
- UK Losses: 7
- US Wins: 0
- US Losses: 1
|Main Series||Spawn Again Series Record|
|The First Wars||Did not enter|
|The Second Wars||Did not enter|
|The Third Wars||Entered with Scutter's Revenge|
|The Fourth Wars||Entered with Spawn of Scutter|
|The Fifth Wars||Semi-Finals, Round 1|
|The Sixth Wars||Semi-Finals, Round 1|
|The Seventh Wars||Heat Final|
|Series 8||Did not enter|
|Series 9||Did not enter|
|Series 10||Did not enter|
|Robot Wars Extreme||Appearances|
|US Series||Spawn Again Series Record|
|Season 1||War of Independence, Round 1|
|Season 2||Did not enter|
|Nickelodeon||Did not enter|
Outside Robot Wars
- Spawn Again was one of eight competitors in The Seventh Wars that competed in at least 5 series of Robot Wars that were excluded from the All-Stars tournament at the end of the series for their own reasons.
- Spawn Again is one of only ten robots to debut in Extreme 1 and then fight in one of the main competitions, not counting Typhoon. The others were 3 Stegs 2 Heaven, Axe-Awe, Comengetorix, Fighting Torque, Fluffy, NEAT Machine, Sub-Version, The Executioner and Draven. It is also the only robot to debut in Extreme 1 to ever reach a Semi-Final.
- Spawn Again is the only heat winner from Series 5 and 6 to never fight Firestorm.
- Spawn Again fought a different vertical crusher wielding robot in every main series in which it competed.
- "Spawn Again" is the title of a song by Australian band Silverchair that featured on the 1997 film Spawn.
- Spawn Again's weakness according to its statistics board in Extreme Warriors Season 1 was referred to as having no self-righting mechanism despite the fact that it was armed with a flipper (though this could technically be true since it did not have a roll-cage at that time).
- Spawn Again is one of only three robots to compete in multiple series and be seeded in each of them, the other two being Gemini and Wheely Big Cheese.
- Spawn Again's defeat to Raging Knightmare as vengeance for the Series 4 Heat Final meant that Scutterbots/Knightmare became the second of three rivalries (after Team 101/King Buxton and followed by Pulsar/Ironside3) where both teams reached a semi-final by defeating the other.
- Spawn Again and Wild Thing are the only robots to fight in Losers' Melees in both Series 5 and 6 and lose on both occasions. Coincidentally, they both lost the same Losers' Melee in Series 5.
- Footage of Spawn Again's victory over Diotoir in Series 5 was aired during Robot Wars: World Series, part of Series 10, during a montage of Diotoir's history.
- The only house robot which never shared the arena with Spawn Again was Cassius Chrome.
- Spawn Again in Series 5 was one of four robots to have modifications made to it after at least one battle (in this case, having a metal half disc on its back in its Heat Final onwards). The other three were 101 in Series 3 (having its name on the robot from Round 2 onwards), Storm 2 in Extreme 2 (having its name on the robot and spikes added to the back from its New Blood Heat Final onwards) and Carbide in Series 8 (having yellow wheels from its Heat Final onwards.
- Spawn Again was one of the few robots to be referred to as its predecessor at some point.
- Spawn Again was the only thirteenth seed to reach the Semi-Finals in the series in which it was seeded as such, doing so in Series 5.
- Best Engineered Award - Robot Wars: The Fifth Wars