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Termigator was a competitor robot which attempted to enter Series 7 of Robot Wars. It failed to qualify for that series, for reasons which are currently unknown.

The robot's name was a portmanteau of 'Terminator' and 'alligator', with the robot being designed to resemble an alligator and wearing a pair of sunglasses as a homage to the titular character of The Terminator.

The team previously failed to qualify in Series 4 and 5 with Tiger Shark (known as Sharky for Series 3 and Sharkey for Series 4), a box wedge shaped robot painted black and orange and armed with a flipping arm. They also entered the Series 2 Middleweight Championship with Scorpion (not to be confused with the unrelated heavyweight competitor of the same name), which lost its only battle.

DesignEdit

Termigator was a low, rectangular-shaped robot with four outside wheels and two weapons - a set of small front clamping jaws at the front and a large static rear spike. The robot was designed to resemble an alligator, being painted green and yellow and featuring a pair of eyes and teeth on either side of the clamp to resemble an alligator's head. However, Termigator could easily be flipped due to its high ground clearance, and its large wheels and exposed tyres were left very vulnerable to damage from axes, spikes and spinners.

Series RecordEdit

  • An original prototype working drawing for Termigator
  • Termigator in the pits
  • Pass for Series 2
  • Paul Kitchener, Shaun Wilson (captain), and Darren Kimber
  • Termigator in a tug of war against Kan-Opener in 2002
Series Termigator Series Record
The First Wars Did not enter
The Second Wars Middleweight Championship with Scorpion
The Third Wars Super Heavyweight Championship with Sharky (event cancelled)
The Fourth Wars Failed to qualify with Sharky
The Fifth Wars Failed to qualify with Tiger Shark
The Sixth Wars Did not enter
The Seventh Wars Failed to qualify
Series 8 Did not enter
Series 9 Did not enter
Series 10 Did not enter
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