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The Pit of Oblivion was a major hazard throughout the majority of Robot Wars, being introduced in the second series. Located in the bottom-left area of the arena, the pit would be used for House Robots to dispose of immobilised robots, or for other robots to push opponents in, provided it was open. When a competitor robot was either beached over the pit, or fell into it, it classed as the equivalent of a knockout.

In the reboot, the pit remained located in the bottom-left corner, however, it wasn't utilised as much due to the introduction of the Rogue House Robot and the Fog of War also occupying the same trigger as the former Pit Release Button.

HistoryEdit

Tantrum tug of war

Tantrum becomes the first robot to fall into the Pit

The Pit of Oblivion was introduced in Series 2, being featured in the left and centre routes of the Gauntlet across the series. It was also used in two trials across the series, - Tug of War and Pinball. Following from this, the pit was used in the main arena, and was open for the duration of the match, filled with tyres. A smoke plume was produced when a robot fell in, signifying it's defeat. In Series 3, the pit was open for the first two rounds of the competition (including The First World Championship), and was closed thereafter. Sparks were also produced in this series, rather than smoke.
S3PitSparks

The sparks produced by the pit in Series 3

In the fourth series, the pit was redesigned and was a black-and-yellow striped square with a red border - an appearance that it would retain for future series. For the fourth series only, it would descend after a certain time period - roughly 100 seconds - and a siren would also be heard to announce this. However, the sound effect was added in post-production, meaning roboteers couldn't hear it. Consequently, many self-inflicted immobilisations occurred due to roboteers not noticing the open pit.

Pit release Series 6

The Pit Release Bumper in Series 6

Tetanus booster activates pit

Tetanus Booster pushes the pit tyre

From the first series of Extreme, the pit could be opened using a pit release button (UK Series) or a pit release trigger (US Series). In Robot Wars Extreme and Series 5, the button was a yellow tyre, mounted on the wall near the pit. In Series 6, and the remainder of the international series, the pit release was a metal bumper. However, the tyre was returned in the second series of Extreme and continued as a tyre into the seventh series.

Arena tyre

The Arena Tyre, swung towards Rogue House Robot, highlighting the lowered odds of the pit descending

Apollo pit pileup

All of the defeated robots in the 10 Robot Rumble, apart from Terrorhurtz

For Series 8 onwards, the pit was located in a similar location to the original arena, in the bottom left. However, the pit release tyre was in the top middle of the arena, rather than being mounted on the bottom wall near the pit, and from Series 9 onward, the odds of the pit descended were lowered, due to Rogue House Robot, and in Series 10, the Fog of War. The pit descended much quicker in the reboot and was larger than in the original arena, as it could fit up to at least eight robots, a notable example being at the end of the 10 Robot Rumble, where all defeated robots except for Terrorhurtz were pitted, either being pushed in, drove in, or were pushed in by the house robots. The interior walls were lined with lights, and warning beeps alerted roboteers to the descent. From Battle of the Stars onward, the pit emitted a mist to signify the pit had opened, rather than a plume for when they fell in. In addition, the pit descended automatically, when a defeated competitor was attacked by a house robot after 'cease' was called. In Series 10, the pit fired a plume of smoke when a robot fell in.

Notable InstancesEdit

Note: Self-pittings are italicised.

Series 2Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Heat B, Trial Dead Metal Tantrum Tantrum eliminated (5th) First pitting of a robot.
Heat B, Trial Chaos Dead Metal Chaos victorious (1st) The competitor Chaos managed to pull the House Robot Dead Metal into the pit during the Tug of War.
Heat E, Final Killertron Technophobic Killertron won First pitting of a robot in a battle.
Heat K, Gauntlet Self-Pitting Plunderbird 2 Plunderbird 2 covered 10.5m Plunderbird 2 drove through most of the Gauntlet, and then dove into the pit, seemingly on purpose to avoid the House Robots and secure a qualifying distance of 10.5m total. The team were mocked and called "chickens" for this behaviour.
Semi-Final 2, Gauntlet Self-Pitting G.B.H. G.B.H. covered 6.6m Despite driving straight into the pit during its Gauntlet run, G.B.H. covered 6.6m which was enough to place second on the leaderboard.
Grand Final, Final Panic Attack Cassius Panic Attack became Grand Champion First of three Grand Finals to end in a knock-out, and the only one determined by pitting victory.

Series 3Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Heat A, Round 1 Self-Pitting Stinger Mace 2 won Stinger pitted itself after ramping off Mace 2, in the first battle of the series.
Heat A, Round 1 Self-Pitting Raizer Blade Suicidal Tendencies won After Suicidal Tendencies lost the use of a track, Raizer Blade attempted to pit its half-immobile opponent, but instead fell into the pit itself and lost the battle on a judges' decision.
Heat C, Round 1 Razer Backstabber Razer won Razer's first combat victory.
Heat C, Round 1 Blade Spike Blade won Blade pushed Spike into the pit after the five-minute battle had already ended, and so the pitting was discounted, but Blade still won the judges' decision.
Heat D, Round 1 Self-Pitting Milly-Ann Bug Bumblebot won Milly-Ann Bug tried to pit Bumblebot, but overshot the mark and fell in itself.
Heat E, Round 1 The Big Cheese Shrapnel The Big Cheese won The Big Cheese lifted Shrapnel into the air, and dropped it into the pit in stylish fashion.
Heat E, Round 2 The Big Cheese Anorakaphobia The Big Cheese won The Big Cheese clamped its lifter down onto Anorakaphobia's hammer, and used this purchase to swing it into the pit.
Heat F, Semi-Final Gravedigger Mortis Gravedigger won Gravedigger flipped Mortis into the pit to complete a shock upset.
Heat G, Round 1 Steg-O-Saw-Us Orac's Revenge Steg-O-Saw-Us won Steg-O-Saw-Us, having replaced the withdrawal T-Wrecks, dominated Orac's Revenge and pitted it.
Heat I, Round 1 Terrorpin Vercingetorix, Terrorpin Terrorpin won Terrorpin pitted Vercingetorix and fell into the pit itself, but still won by knockout as Vercingetorix was pitted first.
Heat J, Round 1 Self-Pitting Eric King Buxton won King Buxton drove Eric onto the lip of the pit, but also got itself stuck in the same position. Eric attempted to reverse King Buxton into the pit, but instead backed into the pit itself.
Heat M, Semi-Final Self-Pitting Cassius 2 Pussycat won The defending runner-up drove into the pit while attempting to reverse Pussycat into it, falling in only the second round in one of the biggest upsets in Series 3.
Heat N, Round 1 Self-Pitting Killerhurtz Cerberus won Killerhurtz drove into the pit under no pressure from Cerberus. John Reid later admitted that he'd forgotten about the Pit due to its absence from BattleBots.
Heat N, Semi-Final Cerberus Griffon Cerberus won Quickest pitting across the whole series of Robot Wars, in just over ten seconds.
Heat O, Round 1 Diotoir Sting 2 Diotoir won Debut appearance of Diotoir, and its first win.
International League Championship, Final Razer Diotoir Razer becomes International League champion Razer swiftly pitted Diotoir to earn one of its first Robot Wars titles.
First World Championship, Eliminator Self-Pitting Panic Attack 101 won Panic Attack lifted up and carried 101 towards the pit, but only managed to swing itself down into the arena hazard - leaving 101 as the victor.
First World Championship, Quarter-Final Self-Pitting Chaos 2 Razer won After suffering notable damage, Chaos 2 dove into the pit voluntarily to avoid further punishment.
First World Championship, Quarter-Final Behemoth Mortis Behemoth won Behemoth drove an overturned Mortis across the entire length of the arena to knock it into the pit as it attempted to self-right.

Series 4Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Heat C, Final Self-pittings Firestorm 2, The Morgue Firestorm 2 won Both machines reversed into the pit, but in The Morgue's case, it only beached itself over the pit due to its size, prompting the team to think they'd won. However, the Judges overruled this decision, and put Firestorm 2 through.
Heat D, Final Steg 2 Mortis Steg 2 won Steg 2 flipped Mortis onto its back, and then pitted the twenty-third seed to reach the series semi-finals.
Heat H, Round 1 Sir Killalot; Shunt Wheely Big Cheese, Wheelosaurus, Prizephita Mk2 Wheely Big Cheese and Wheelosaurus qualified The House Robots pitted the fully mobile Wheely Big Cheese, then also pushed Wheelosaurus and Prizephita Mk2 in as well to cover this up. The judges eliminated Prizephita Mk2 despite it being the second robot pitted, as it was already partially immobile.
Heat H, Final Self-pitting Wheely Big Cheese Wheely Big Cheese won Despite driving into the pit, Wheely Big Cheese advanced due to the judges ruling that Suicidal Tendencies had lost the use of one of its tracks.
Heat M, Semi-Final The Steel Avenger Sir Chromalot The Steel Avenger won The first pitting from a competitor since Heat E of the same series.
Heat M, Final Wild Thing The Steel Avenger Wild Thing won The second pitting in two consecutive matches.
Heat O, Final Panic Attack S.M.I.D.S.Y. Panic Attack won A pitting which saw Panic Attack hook S.M.I.D.S.Y. by its wheel housing and carry it into the pit.
Tag Team Terror, Play-Off Self-pitting X-Terminator 2 Bigger Brother & Plunderbird 4 won X-Terminator 2 drove into the pit just before cease was called.
War of Independence, Round 1 Panic Attack Rammstein Panic Attack won The pit was not painted at the time of this battle.

Extreme 1Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Mayhem Pussycat S.M.I.D.S.Y. Pussycat qualified for the Annihilator S.M.I.D.S.Y. was, in order of airing, the first machine to both activate the pit, and be pushed into the pit after activating it.
Vengeance Panic Attack X-Terminator Panic Attack won The first of four pittings carried out by Panic Attack in Extreme 1, before later pitting Manta, Diotoir and Axe-Awe.
Mayhem Floor Flipper Fluffy Arnold A. Terminegger qualified for the Annihilator Long after Fluffy had been counted out in the Mayhem, it was placed onto the floor flipper which tossed Fluffy directly into the pit.
Mayhem Sir Killalot Killertron Splinter qualified for the Annihilator Sir Killalot controversially pitted Killertron in the Mayhem, as Killertron was still mobile, and was not inside of a CPZ.
Armed Forces Face-Off Dead Metal Anvil Anvil won The House Robot swung a dominant Anvil into the pit seemingly by accident. The judges scored the battle up until the point of the pitting, and declared Anvil the winner.
Challenge Belt Tornado Comengetorix Tornado won The first of many pittings to be carried out by future champion Tornado.
Wild Card Warriors Self-Pitting The Executioner Dominator 2 won Ranked twelfth in the Shortest Battles in UK Robot Wars. It was the second-fastest battle decided by a pitting, and the fastest battle decided by a self-immobilisation.
All-Stars, Grand Final Razer Tornado Razer became All-Stars Champions Razer controlled the fight before pitting Tornado to win the All-Stars.
Forces Special, Final Dead Metal Anvil Anvil wins the Forces Special The House Robot yet again swung Anvil into the pit despite it having the upper hand in the battle. The judges again scored the battle up until the point of the pitting, and declared Anvil the Forces Special champion.
The Second World Championship, Round 1 Self-Pitting; Manta Chaos 2; Mastiff Manta won Chaos 2 started the battle in dominant fashion, immobilising Mastiff, but pitted itself while trying to finish its opponent off. Instead, Manta pushed Mastiff into the pit and ultimately won the battle.
The Second World Championship, Semi-Final Razer Tornado Razer won Razer’s second win over rival Tornado.

Series 5Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Heat A, Round 1 Chaos 2 Storm Force Chaos 2 won First battle of the series. An immobile Storm Force was placed on the closed pit first, and Chaos 2 pressed the pit release button afterwards.
Heat C, Round 1 Self-Pitting Shredder MouseTrap won After dominating the opening stages of the battle against twentieth seed MouseTrap, Shredder backed into the pit and knocked itself out of the battle.
Heat G, Semi-Final Diotoir Tornado Diotoir won After Tornado lost drive on one side, Diotoir pitted Tornado in a shock upset.
Heat H, Semi-Final Crushtacean Behemoth Crushtacean won The newcomer swung the fifteenth seed into the pit, in a shock victory.
Heat J, Round 2 Self-Pitting Major Tom Kat 3 won A self-pitting which concluded the "funniest battle ever", according to Robot Wars: The Ultimate Guide.
Heat J, Final Panic Attack Kat 3 Panic Attack won Panic Attack's third consecutive win by pitting within Heat J alone.
Heat L, Round 1 Clawed Hopper Twister Clawed Hopper won The first time that a walker won a battle on Robot Wars.
Semi-Final 1, Round 1 Bigger Brother S3 Bigger Brother won Within the thirty Shortest Battles in UK Robot Wars.
Grand Final, Eliminator Bigger Brother Hypno-Disc Bigger Brother won After being heavily damaged, Bigger Brother proceeded to hit the pit release and push Hypno-Disc down to win through to the Grand Final.
Grand Final, Play-Off Firestorm 3 Hypno-Disc & Firestorm 3 Firestorm 3 finished third Firestorm 3 got around the side of Hypno-Disc, and pushed towards the pit, with both machines falling in. Firestorm 3 won after Hypno-Disc couldn't fight in a rematch.

Series 6Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Heat A, Semi-Final Self-Pitting Refbot Raging Reality won Refbot backed into the pit accidentally, preventing the competing robots from using the pit for the rest of the battle.
Heat B, Round 1 X-Terminator Barbaric Response X-Terminator and Barbaric Response qualified With Barbaric Response and Spirit of Scorpion both immobile, X-Terminator pitted Barbaric Response to determine a winner. Regardless, the judges determined that Spirit of Scorpion had been immobilised first, and both advanced.
Heat C, Semi-Final Self-Pitting Crushtacean Chaos 2 won After a promising start against the two-time Robot Wars champion Chaos 2, Crushtacean swerved into the pit and eliminated itself.
Heat G, Round 1 Tornado Terror-Bull Tornado & Inshredable qualified Team Tornado presumed Inshredable had been immobilised and proceeded to push Terror-Bull into the pit, however, Inshredable then proved their mobility.
Heat I, Round 1 Self-Pitting Corkscrew Panic Attack and Kronic 2 qualified After the battle, Corkscrew team captain John Heatlie asked to see footage of the pit release button being pressed, as he believed the pit descended beneath Corkscrew at random. Heatlie was shown footage of Kronic 2 pressing the pit release button, and retracted his comments.
Heat J, Round 1 S.M.I.D.S.Y. St. Agro, Warhog Comengetorix & S.M.I.D.S.Y. qualified S.M.I.D.S.Y. pitted St. Agro part-way through the fight, and then carried Warhog from across the arena and dropped it into the pit to confirm the outcome.
Heat L, Round 2 Bigger Brother Behemoth Bigger Brother won Bigger Brother flicked Behemoth up with its flipper, and after sliding underneath Behemoth and clamping it, Bigger Brother pushed it into the pit.
Semi-Final 1, Losers' Melee Self-pitting Wild Thing Dantomkia won Wild Thing drove over the descending pit, in its final Robot Wars appearance.
Semi-Final 2, Round 2 Self-pitting Dominator 2 Tornado won Dominator 2 drove into the pit after both Dominator 2 and Tornado caught the back of Matilda's flywheel.
Grand Final, Round 1 Tornado Firestorm 4 Tornado won After a closely contested battle, Tornado pushed the third seed Firestorm 4 into the pit and advanced to the Grand Final.

Extreme 2Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Annihilator, Final Kan-Opener Thermidor 2 Kan-Opener became the Annihilator champion Kan-Opener pitted Thermidor 2 with 4.16 seconds remaining to win the Annihilator final.
Tag Team Terror, Round 1 Steel Avenger Stinger, Steel Avenger Lightning and The Steel Avenger won The Steel Avenger pushed a partially immobile Stinger into the pit, but also fell in behind it, leaving only their teammates to fight on.
Iron Maidens, Final Chompalot Pussycat Chompalot became the Iron Maidens Champions Chompalot pitted the favourites of the battle Pussycat to take the title.
Middleweight Championship, Round 1 259 Typhoon Lightning (Typhoon Twins) 259 & Typhoon Twins qualified Typhoon Thunder was allowed to fight on, as the 50% rule was not strictly enforced for the lower weight classes.
Featherweight Championship, Round 1 Flybot; Self-Pitting; Cutlet/Gladiator; Gladiator; Self-Pitting; Refbot; Self-Pitting Kitty; Flybot; Dragon; Cutlet; Micro-Mute; Gladiator; Refbot Cutlet, Micro-Mute and Gladiator qualified Flybot first lifted Kitty into the pit, but toppled in itself from the weight of its opponent. Cutlet then pushed Dragon onto the lip of the pit, and Gladiator knocked it in, to determine the outcome of the battle. Gladiator then pitted Cutlet for fun, and Micro-Mute drove into the pit voluntarily to escape potential damage. Finally, Refbot pitted the victorious Gladiator, and also fell into the pit itself, crushing the featherweight robots.
European Championship, Semi-Final Philipper 2 Black Hole Philipper 2 won In a surprising turn of events, Philipper 2 pitted the German champion to advance to the European Championship final.
European Championship, Final Tornado Philipper 2 Tornado won With this pitting, Tornado became the first and only European Champion on Robot Wars.

Series 7Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot Pitted Result Notes
Heat A, Final M2 Tiberius 3 M2 won After initially starting well, Tiberius 3 was flipped over by M2, and was then flipped into the pit.
Featherweight Championship, Round 1 Floor Flipper Cygnus Prince of Awe and Rip qualified The floor flipper threw G2 and Cygnus together, with G2 landing outside the arena, and Cygnus tumbling into the pit.
Heat D, Semi-Final Lightning Thor Lightning won Lightning used its flipper to toss Thor sideways and into the pit.
Featherweight Championship, Round 1 Mammoth; Self-Pitting; Sir Killalot; Sir Killalot Cutlet; Staglet; Typhoon Cadet; Mammoth DTK and Bernard qualify Mammoth became the second walker to complete a pitting in Robot Wars, after Clawed Hopper. Staglet then pitted itself after a strong performance in the battle. Sir Killalot pitted the beaten Typhoon Cadet and Mammoth to add another two robots into the pit.
World Championship Qualifier Crushtacean Topbot Crushtacean won Crushtacean grabbed Topbot after it damaged the arena wall, took it to the pit release button, and then dropped it into the pit.
Heat I, Round 1 Trax Sub-Version 1.1 Trax and Steel Avenger qualified Trax pitted Sub-Version 1.1 in the final ten seconds of the battle.
Heat I, Semi-Final Steel Avenger Rhino Steel Avenger won Although Rhino was able to flick Steel Avenger up from the lip of the pit, it was nudged in by Steel Avenger.
Heat M, Round 1 Tough as Nails Disc-O-Inferno, Robochicken, B.O.D. Tough as Nails and Robochicken qualified Tough as Nails pitted Disc-O-Inferno within seconds, while Robochicken immobilised B.O.D. to determine the outcome. Tough as Nails then pitted both Robochicken and B.O.D. in celebration.
World Championship Qualifier Tough as Nails Scraptosaur, Gravity Tough as Nails qualified for the Third World Championship Tough as Nails pitted Scraptosaur in the opening seconds, and later pitted Gravity in the same battle.
Featherweight Championship, Final Self-pitting; DTK; DTK Rip; Bernard; Prince of Awe DTK becomes Featherweight Champion After losing full mobility, Rip pitted itself to avoid damage from the House Robots. DTK then pitted both Bernard and Prince of Awe to help it win the Judges' decision over Whipper.
Annihilator, Round 4 Kan-Opener Raging Knightmare Kan-Opener and Ripper qualified Kan-Opener and Ripper formed an alliance for this battle, and after Kan-Opener brought Raging Knightmare over to the pit, it could not release its opponent until Ripper assisted in separating the two.
All-Stars, Round 1 Self-pittings Firestorm 5, Bigger Brother Kat 3 & Panic Attack qualified Both machines pitted themselves after the competing machines attacked the house robots.
The Third World Championship, Semi-Final Storm 2 Tough as Nails Storm 2 won Final pitting of a robot in the original series.

Series 8Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot(s) Pitted Result Notes
Heat 1, Group Battle Razer & Kill-E-Crank-E Razer & Kill-E-Crank-E Terrorhurtz & Nuts qualified Razer carried Kill-E-Crank-E to the pit, but Kill-E-Crank-E spun its left wheel and both machines fell into the pit.
Heat 1, Head-to-Head Terrorhurtz Carbide Terrorhurtz won via KO, 3 points The only time that the Series 9 champion Carbide was ever defeated by knockout, and also its first ever loss.
Heat 2, Final Shockwave Thor Shockwave won Shockwave opened the pit, and pushed an immobile Thor into the pit, after initially losing their Head-to-Head battle.
Heat 3, Round 1 TR2 Supernova TR2 and Big Nipper qualified Supernova's weapon teeth fell off, so TR2 tilted the robot onto its side and angled it towards the pit, where Supernova's disc then carried the machine into the open pit.
Heat 4, Head-to-Head Storm 2 PP3D Storm 2 won via KO (3 points) The first match between Storm 2 and a Gary Cairns-driven machine since the Series 7 title fight.
Heat 5, Head-to-Head Ironside3 Ironside3 & Pulsar Pulsar won via KO, won 3 points Ironside3 was overturned by Pulsar's first attack, but were helped to self-right by Sir Killalot. After Sir Killalot's involvement, Ironside3 pushed Pulsar into the pit, before it went in itself. The judges ruled that Ironside3 had been immobilised after the first collision.

Series 9Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot(s) Pitted Result Notes
Battle of the Stars Episode 1, Final Sir Killalot Arena Cleaner Arena Cleaner crowned Battle of the Stars champion After immobilising The Cat, Arena Cleaner celebrated its win by attacking the House Robots without the use of its weapon, and was pitted in victory by Sir Killalot.
Heat 3, Head-to-Head Heavy Metal M.R. Speed Squared, Heavy Metal Heavy Metal won by KO, won 3 points Heavy Metal pushed M.R. Speed Squared into the pit, before driving in itself, still winning by knockout. The only pitting in Series 9 initiated by a competitor.

Series 10Edit

Battle Initiated by Robot(s) Pitted Result Notes
Heat 1, Heat Final Behemoth Apollo Behemoth won Behemoth won its first heat since Series 2 after pitting Apollo.
Heat 4, Play-off Iron-Awe 6 Androne 4000 Iron-Awe 6 won Iron-Awe 6 pitted Androne 4000 in the closing seconds of the bout to avoid a potential Judges' decision.
Grand Final, 10 Robot Rumble Self-pitting; Thor/Terrorhurtz; Terrorhurtz/Concussion; Thor; Self-pitting; Self-pitting; Eruption; Shunt Expulsion; Track-tion; Iron-Awe 6; Concussion; Sabretooth; Thor; Big Nipper; Apollo Eruption won The most robots in the pit at once, with just Terrorhurtz being the only machine beside eventual winner Eruption not to be pitted. Expulsion, Thor and Sabretooth self-pitted, whilst Track-tion, Iron-Awe 6, Concussion and Big Nipper were pitted by opponents, and Apollo was pitted by Shunt.
Series 10, Grand Final Nuts 2 Behemoth Nuts 2 won Behemoth bounced off Carbide and fell into the descending pit, which had just been activated by a Nuts 2 minibot. Anthony Pritchard did not realise what had happened until the involvement of a Nuts 2 minibot was pointed out.
World Series, Head-to-Head Terrorhurtz TMHWK Terrorhurtz won via KO (3 points) The final instance of a competitor robot pitting its opponent to win a battle.
World Series, Head-to-Head Matilda Cathadh Eruption won via KO (5 points) The final pitting in Robot Wars.

Appearances in MerchandiseEdit

  • The incorrectly located pit in the top left of the arena.
  • The pit closed in the bottom left corner of the arena.
  • The pit closed in the bottom left corner of the arena.
  • The pit closed at the start of a battle.
  • The pit closed in the bottom left corner.
  • The pit, with both doors opened.
  • The pit, incorrectly placed in the top left corner.
  • The pit, in the bottom left of the arena.

The Pit of Oblivion has appeared in most forms of merchandise.

TriviaEdit

  • Despite usually descending in the actual arena, the pit in the minibot arena acted like a trapdoor, with the panels "dropping".
  • The robot to have fallen down the pit the most times was Firestorm, with it falling in eight times across five series.
  • Due to initially not having a pit release, the All-Stars tournament of Extreme 1 only had one battle containing the pit release, this being the Grand Final between Razer and Tornado.
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