Prince of Awe[edit source]
- Prince of Awe was built by Ian Biblo, a member of Team Iron Awe. Rob Grimm, the captain of Iron Awe, was not part of that project. Don't know whether that counts as a machine by Team Iron Awe. RA2; aka Resetti's Replicas. (My Talk) 18:34, October 11, 2009 (UTC)
Section on "Versions of Iron-Awe since Robot Wars"[edit source]
I've been thinking about the section on this page. I can't help but feel it is a bit too detailed, given that all the information is on the Iron-Awe page as well. I suggest shortening the section on this page to the bare essentials, and details such as pictures of the versions of Iron-Awe when they were bought by other teams (White Knight, Orrion etc) can go on the Iron-Awe page.
Here is my draft of a shortened version for this page.
Versions of Iron-Awe since Robot Wars[edit source]
- Iron-Awe 3 – Built in 2004, it featured rolled edges on the flipper. It was sold to Team Wind Power in 2007, who renamed it L and then White Knight. It was sold to Team Shock in 2016 and has since been renamed Earthquake.
- Iron-Awe 4 – In 2005, Iron-Awe 2.1 was deemed pretty worn out and was rebuilt into Iron-Awe 4. Iron-Awe 4 was smaller than Iron-Awe 2.1 but still armed with a flipper and an axe. It was sold to Team Orr and renamed Orrion in 2009.
- Iron-Awe 5 – Built in 2006 following the success of Iron-Awe 3. Iron-Awe 5 features a modular construction making it easy to repair. Iron-Awe 5 won the 2008 and 2010 UK Championships, as well as been given a spot in The Combat Robot Hall of Fame in 2009.
- Iron-Awe 6 – After the success of Iron-Awe 5 in 2007/8, the team built Iron-Awe 6. It features the same modular construction but has rolled edges, like the ones on Iron-Awe 3, for extra strength. In June 2013, Iron-Awe 6 was retired as its insides were used for the new Ripper.
- Iron-Awe 7 – Iron-Awe 7 made its debut in July 2013 at the Robot Wars Live Newport UK Championship. Iron-Awe 7 has a wide flipper like the new version of Ripper.