For Series 4, Sir Killalot returned with a larger crushing claw, although still referred to as the 'Jaws of Life' by Jonathan Pearce. Killalot's previous set of jaws were still present during the early stages of Series 4 though - clearly featuring in the fight between Mortis and Ghetto-bot during the early stages of the War of Independence. The new set of claws were utilised particularly well in a battle between Chaos 2 and Atomic where they crumpled the chassis of Atomic. In Series 9, Sir Killalot was equipped with a new claw, and his weight was increased to 750kg, matching the weight of Mr. Psycho.
Star Wars products at Giant Robot Store including Jeffrey Brown, Moleskine, Epic Yarns and mor Aside from this, Sir Killalot's most notable moment came in the first Group Battle of the Grand Final, where he slipped Nuts 2 onto the Flame Pit after being called into action by Rogue House Robot mode. He also appeared in the championship decider itself between Carbide and Eruption - something which maintained Sir Killalot's run of appearing in the title fight for every series of the reboot. This also extended his overall run to four consecutive appearances in championship fights, which began when he appeared in the Series 7 final between Typhoon 2 and Storm 2. Sir Killalot weighed considerably heavier than most of the other House Robots, at 520kg, the second heaviest by the end of the original series' run. He was regularly implied to be their 'leader' by the show's hosts and Jonathan Pearce, among others, and was even claimed to have no weaknesses on his statistics boards. Even so, he was prone to catching fire, overbalancing or having his chest plate or tracks damaged by competitors from time to time. One of Sir Killalot's most memorable methods of 'punishing' a competitor would be to pick it up with his jaws and carry it around, before spinning around on the spot and opening his jaws after a few seconds, throwing said competitor a considerable distance across the arena. This was often referred to as his 'spin trick'. The idea for the battle originated in late June, when MegaBots published a YouTube video calling on Suidobashi to fight its 15-foot tall Mark II robot, which the company called America's first fully functional giant piloted robot. The gasoline-powered robot weighs in at 12,000 pounds and requires two pilots to operate it
However, Sir Killalot was not entirely infallible. He sometimes lost balance while carrying competitors around and toppled onto his front, as he did while hoisting GroundHog up during its Gauntlet run in Heat K: Sir Killalot's jaws had a crushing force of 15 tonnes, and were intended to grab competitors as well as pierce, crumple or even snap parts of their weapons, chassis or axles in half. They were also capable of lifting over 100kg (220lbs) with ease, allowing him to pick competitors up with them before carrying and dropping them over arena hazards and side walls. In Series 2-3, these existed in the form of a set of crushing pincers adapted from the 'jaws of life' used to rescue people from road accidents, which were also used by Sgt. Bash in Series 3. However, these were replaced by custom-made jaws from Series 4 onwards, which were noticeably larger and opened much wider than the pincers previously used. Blue backgrounds denote robots that never competed in a UK competition, but competed in an international event Both the US and Japanese teams will need to make modifications to their robots before any fight, which has been set for about one year from now. There are no other details on a time and place for the potential contest, but Kuratas said he knows how important a victory for Japan would be.
During the Southern Annihilator, Sir Killalot played a roll in the elimination of Attila the Drum, where Attila the Drum drove into its CPZ, here Sir Killalot picked up Attila causing damage to the barrel body and severely hindering its drive. In the final, Sir Killalot also battled Razer after it destroyed Matilda. Sir Killalot was once again set fire on a few occasions during Series 3. During a battle between Robopig and Napalm, Killalot carried the defeated Robopig machine over to the flame pit, but caught fire himself. Sgt Bash also accidentally set Killalot on fire again during the Pinball Warrior Tournament, during the run by Oblivion, after the competitor was immobilised. Sir Killalot, like the other returning House Robots, didn't receive many noticeable improvements. He was involved in several notable moments during the series however. In the first Featherweight qualifier, which was Heat B's Special Event, he trampled on Mini-Maul, annihilating it. This led certain fans to believe that the producers chose the three heaviest House Robots for this battle purposefully to trample the tiny robots, which could only weigh up to 12 kg. In Episode 3, Sir K made one appearance in the Vengeance battle between Bunny Attack and Hoot. During the battle, he repeatedly left his CPZ to attack both competitors, eventually grabbing and cutting Bunny Attack’s hammer in half with his jaws. After 'cease' had been called, Sir K proceeded to push both competitors into the pit; despite this, and the damage he inflicted to its hammer, Bunny Attack would win the battle via an audience vote. Sir Killalot returned for the ongoing ninth series. As with the other House Robots, he also appeared in Robot Wars: Battle of the Stars, where promotional materials saw him bursting out of a Christmas present and wearing a Santa's hat, in keeping with the Christmas theme of the specials.
For his initial appearance in Series 2, Sir Killalot took ten days to build, and was still being finished as he was being transported to the studio for filming. He had several distinctive features in this series which were subsequently altered or replaced, such as a spiked steel rod on his right arm instead of his lance, as well as a more tapered and closer-fitting rear exoskeleton and white LED 'eyes' instead of his later red ones. Both of Sir Killalot's arms also raised and lowered together instead of being operated independently, and his jaws were mounted on extra hinges on his left arm, allowing them to lift at an 135 degree angle. While the latter capability was rarely seen during the Second Wars, Sir Killalot's jaws and rod in this series were still highly effective in lifting and causing damage to competitors. The idea for the battle originated in late June, when MegaBots published a YouTube video calling on Suidobashi to fight its 15-foot tall Mark II robot, which the company called “America’s first fully functional giant piloted robot.” The gasoline-powered robot weighs in at 12,000 pounds and requires two pilots to operate it. It also shoots large paint cannonballs at over 100 miles per hour, has twin gatling guns and moves around via tank treads. Sir Killalot's lance, meanwhile was intended to spear and drill through competitors' armour, although this capability was not seen as often as it was not powerful enough to drill through most types of armour. However, the lance was equally as capable of lifting competitors off the arena floor as the jaws, as well as rotating and twisting them over when it was raised and destroying a robot's internals if it managed to poke through exposed gaps in its chassis. Sir Killalot carries JAR by the hammer. Note the fire extinguisher (bottom-right) which fell out of JARSir Killalot was first unofficially confirmed by Dara Ó Briain over Twitter, calling him 'bigger and better' and 'on steroids'. It wasn't until the 24th February when the teaser for Sir Killalot appeared. Like the other returning House Robots, Sir Killalot has been enlarged and upgraded to compete with modern competitors.
As Pacific Rim: Uprising comes to theaters, we thought it the perfect time to look at the 12 greatest giant robots ever -- and enjoy having a spirited debate about what counts as a robot and what doesn't. We sure as heck did. We ultimately came to the conclusion that giant robots must be truly giant, and they must be either fully automated or, if they are piloted by a person or persons, they must be significantly larger than the human pilot(s). (Otherwise they'd be indistinguishable from power armor, a la Iron Man or Aliens.) Check out our list below...Giant robots are now a well-established part of the popular culture, and are regularly featured in movies, comic books, video games, television, toys and beyond. But not all giant robots are created equal, and some have left a bigger footprint than others. Heck, some of them are just plain cooler than others. And those are the robots we are going to highlight today.Killalot span around with the defeated Niterider in the New Blood Championship. Even though he toppled over, he was able to fall back onto his tracks. According to Issue 3 of Robot Wars: The Official Magazine, Sir Killalot was being driven by the magazine's editor Darryl Curtis during this battle.
Directed by Stuart Gordon. With Gary Graham, Anne-Marie Johnson, Paul Koslo, Robert Sampson. It is post-World War III. War is outlawed. In its place, are matches between large Robots called Robot Jox. These matches take place between two large superpowers over disputed territories. The main character Achilles is a pilot in one of the large Robots Sir Killalot made his Robot Wars debut in Series 2, demonstrating the power of his jaws by snapping a metal bar held by Craig Charles during his introduction in Heat A. During the series itself, he proved effortlessly capable of lifting and carrying competitors around the arena with his arms. Notably, he lifted Piece De Resistance during its Gauntlet run before carrying it towards and holding it over the Flame Pit following its Skittles run. One of his most damaging moments came in Heat C, where he snapped the bars for Dreadnaut's lifting forks after the latter failed to move at all during its battle against Oblivion; while in Heat L, he got under and lifted Flirty Skirty's shell off with his lance, before parading the remains of it around the arena and over the Flame Pit: Sir Killalot was involved in the first battle of Heat 2, and made his presence known as he picked up Cobra and held it over the Flame Pit after it was flipped into the CPZ.
The Series 2 Sir Killalot without his head. Note his more tapered and closer-fitting 'exoskeleton' for this series ATTRACTION Alien Battle Suit Movie Clip + Trailer (2017) Alien Sci-Fi Movie HD - Duration: 5:23. MovieGasm.com Recommended for yo Away from his tussle with Apollo, Sir Killalot also played a part in Coyote's demise against Carbide, where he held it over the Flame Pit before Carbide came in to finish Coyote off. As the leader, Sir Killalot was often the robot that roboteers took their grievances out on. One such instance was Roger Plant's Wheely Big Cheese. The Big Cheese had been "grilled" by Killalot over the flame pit in a previous series, causing very expensive damage, and Plant and his team were out for revenge from the start. However, despite the incredible power of Wheely Big Cheese's flipper, they were unable to lift Killalot. Many a roboteer would boast that they could flip Sir Killalot, but in the show's history, no-one ever achieved this. As a result of this, Sir Killalot was the only house robot in the show's history that was never flipped. Suidobashi, you have a giant robot, we have a giant robot. You know what needs to happen
In the summer of 2015, MegaBots, inc. completed construction of the USA's first giant piloted mech. The Mk. II MegaBot is a 15-foot tall, 12,000lb robot capable of hurling 3lb projectiles at speeds of over 130 MPH. Upon completion of the Mk. II, MegaBots challenged the only other known giant piloted robot in the world to a duel. A 9,000lb robot. Sir K played a significant role in the International Tag Team Terror final. Initially, along with Sgt. Bash, he attacked both Ming 3 and Rick in a CPZ when they collaborated against an overturned Revolutionist. Sir K dragged, lifted and carried Ming 3 away by its left axle before dropping it, an attack which resulted in Ming 3 becoming immobilised on one side. Later on in the same battle, Sir K pinned Rick against the wall before picking up and dropping the UK representative out of the arena. However, the Judges ruled Sir K’s attack on Rick as an ‘illegal ejection’, resulting in Rick and Ming 3 being declared the winners of the International Tag Team Terror.
Sir Killalot then appeared in the World Series. His most notable moment in Episode 1 came during the captains' fight at the end of the show, as Apollo attempted to flip the House Robot after beating Diotoir. Despite coming close, the Series 8 champion was unable to overturn Sir Killalot with any of its three attempted flips - preserving Sir Killalot's status as the only House Robot never to be flipped. . Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up. Price Match Guarantee
During the semi-final of Heat D, during the battle between Gravity and 13 Black, Sir Killalot was lifted up by Gravity's flipper while chasing 13 Black into his CPZ. This is the closest Killalot has come to being flipped. He was also nearly flipped by Iron-Awe 2.1 later in the series. “My reaction? Come on guys, make it cooler,” he said. “Just building something huge and sticking guns on it. It’s … super American.” The Tekkaman Blade characters have been incorporated into the Super Robot Wars video game series, a long-running series of turn-based strategy games operating under the premise of a crossover between various mecha anime. Tekkaman Blade has been featured in the Super Robot Wars Judgement and Super Robot Wars W games In Heat 5, after picking Ironside3 up, Sir Killalot inadvertently dropped it back onto its wheels after it was stuck on its back. After flipping all of the House Robots bar Sir Killalot in its Series 8 title win, emphasis was on Apollo to complete the job in Series 9 by toppling The King of the House Robots in Heat 5. As part of the anticipated rivalry, Sir Killalot appeared in every battle that Apollo featured in bar its Group Battle.
The All Terrain Armored Transport, or AT-AT walker, is a quadruped mechanized infantry combat vehicle used by the Imperial ground forces. Standing over 20 metres (66 ft) tall with blast-impervious armour plating, these massive constructs are used as much for psychological effect as they are for tactical advantage.. The AT-AT (pronounced either 'at at', or using only the letters ' A.T. A.T. Red backgrounds denote robots that never competed in the main competition, but competed in a side or trial event Sir Killalot appeared in a teaser trailer for Series 9, uploaded on 10th February 2017. The teaser showed him and the other House Robots destroying household appliances, with Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" playing in the background. Sir Killalot's main involvement in his Group Battle in Heat 3 was edited out of the TV broadcast, as he first submitted Expulsion to the Floor Flipper, before dropping Foxic into the pit after cease had been called. A clip of the latter was still used in a promotional trailer for Series 9, however. Later in the same heat, Sir Killalot pulled off his trademark sit and spin technique with M.R. Speed Squared and threw it across the arena.
As Sir Killalot was one of the House Robots with the best defence against spinners, Sir Killalot made six appearances in Heat 2. After Gabriel 2 had been immobilised in its fight against Aftershock, Sir Killalot completely sliced away its mace polearm, and would later comically sit himself on top of Crackers, during Crackers 'n' Smash's battle against Big Nipper. Nickelodeon Robot Wars was a spin-off of Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors, the US version of Robot Wars. It was first broadcast on Nickelodeon between August and September 2002 as part of their Nickelodeon SLAM! programming block, and was later rerun on Nick GaS (Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids). Filmed at the same time as the second season of Extreme Warriors, the one-off series ran for.
In Heat 3, Sir Killalot had a few significant moments. During the TR2 and King B Remix battle, Sir Killalot grabbed hold of King B's wheel and helped burn away the motors inside the machine, immobilising it. In a later battle between Big Nipper and Dantomkia, Dantomkia kept shoving Big Nipper into the CPZ occupied by Sir Killalot who in turn attacked Big Nipper multiple times. At one point Killalot rammed Big Nipper but got his own lance stuck in the arena wall, leaving him trapped for the rest of the match. As Frank sez, Shuttup and play yer guitar. I would recommend the album Giant Robot by the band Giant Robot (featuring Bucket, of course)over this offering. (Confusing ain't it? This is Giant Robot by Buckethead, but he also was in a band called Giant Robot, which put out a self titled album. Sir Killalot's petrol-driven engine also proved flammable, as Sergeant Bash accidentally set him on fire with his flamethrower during Robo Doc's Gauntlet run in Heat I. He was also at the centre of controversy during Mortis' Pinball run in the Semi-Finals, as he accidentally reversed into the pit in the closing seconds, with six men having to lift him out afterwards according to the producers. This incident was alleged to have been done deliberately to increase Mortis' score during its run, in an attempt to make up for its poor performance and its immobilisation by an arena spike on its initial run. The Star Wars multimedia franchise features several walker types, such as the World-famous AT-AT and AT-ST.; The film Robot Jox is based around gladiatorial combat between giant mecha.; In the 1986 film Aliens, Ripley uses a Caterpillar P-5000 Work Loader to fight the alien Queen.; Sentinel 2099, a 1995 film, features a 40 foot tall walking tank called a Sentinel unit
Robot Wars is a 1993 American cyberpunk film directed by Albert Band and written by Charles Band and Jackson Barr. It tells the story of a hotshot mech pilot in a post-apocalyptic 2041 who must stop mech hijackers from provoking global war.. It is sometimes referred to as a sequel to Robot Jox. However, while both films came from the same production company and have similar themes (giant robot. Sir Killalot made appearances in five battles in the Grand Final, with his most notable moment taking place in the championship deciding fight. As Sir Killalot went in on the beaten Eruption, Carbide attacked the House Robot. This lead to both Sir Killalot and Shunt tagging up to attack the new champion, with Sir Killalot picking Carbide up before Shunt crashed it into the arena side gate. Blue backgrounds denote robots that never competed in any US competition, but competed in an international event
Sir Killalot was entrusted with plenty of responsibility in the Grand Final - first appearing in the 10 Robot Rumble, where he was attacked by Thor, before attempting in vain to drop Terrorhurtz over the arena gate, late into the battle. The Kuratas isn’t quite as tall as the Mark II, but at 12 feet in height and 9,000 pounds in weight it’s still a remarkable looking machine. Requiring one person to operate, the Kuratas moves around on a set of four wheeled legs, can shoot bottle rockets and features BB gatling guns that are controlled by the pilot’s smile (yes, you read that correctly).
Despite only making one appearance in Heat 3, Sir Killalot's involvement was still notable, as Apex spectacularly ripped itself apart against Track-tion in the Robot Redemption round. After Apex's body was violently thrown into his CPZ, Sir Killalot pitted it, while one of the lexan panels of the arena itself was left shattered by the impact made after Apex's weapon crashed into it. In Episode 2, Sir Killalot's biggest role came during the fight against Concussion and Weber, as he knocked off one of Weber's tyres. The House Robot then pitted the beaten Russian machine, before also pitting Concussion along with it. Ultimately, Sir Killalot moved Tauron onto some debris, immobilising it. In the battle between The Kegs and Concussion, Sir Killalot held one of The Kegs over the flame pit. Androne 4000 also frequently pushed Tauron into Sir Killalot in another battle, with Sir Killalot separating the two when they became stuck together.
, but competed in side events Blue backgrounds denote robots that never competed in any US competition, but competed in an international event Sir Killalot's first appearance in the main competition of Series 9 came in the Head-to-Head battle between Rapid and Aftershock, while he also added further punishment to the beaten Sabretooth in the Heat Final, as he spun around and threw it aside after roasting it over the flame pit. Off-screen, Sir Killalot had inflicted similar misery upon Sabretooth in the second round. On a number of occasions, such as against Forklift's Revenge, The Big Cheese and Pitbull, Sir Killalot used his lance to lift robots off the ground and carry them around the Arena in a similar manner to how he would later do with his jaws. In the aforementioned battle with Pitbull, he attempted to spin the defeated robot on his lance, but the battle was ended due to the concern that Pitbull would fly off the spike and out of the Arena. After letting it go, Pitbull proceeded to attack Sir Killalot's hydraulics, immobilizing him and requiring considerable work to repair. Sir Killalot was sent rogue by The Kegs during its battle with Tauron and Iron-Awe 6 during Heat 4, and so it pressured all three robots. Later in the same battle, Sir Killalot swung the same half of The Kegs into the Arena Tyre, opening the pit, before also being required to free Iron-Awe 6 and Tauron - with the two machines stuck together.
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Noting that Suidobashi built its own pilot-operated robot well beforehand known as the Kuratas – named after Kurata himself, the robot has been operational since 2012 – the MegaBots founders suggested what every young 12-year-old wants to see when realizing two giant robots exist in the world. Sir K was next seen in the Challenge Belt battle between Tut Tut and Rosie the Riveter 2, shown in Episode 4, where he briefly approached Rosie the Riveter while outside of his CPZ. At the end of the same episode, he also appeared in the House Robot Rebellion, where he entered the arena mid-battle to join Shunt and Dead Metal. Following Shunt’s earlier attacks on Squirmin Vermin, Sir K grabbed and paraded the yellow loanerbot in his jaws, before proceeding to dump it out of the arena. Sir K then attacked Humdrum, pinning it against the wall before crushing its side and lifting it. Sir K carried and placed Humdrum over the Drop Zone, where it had pieces of scrap metal dropped onto it; he, Shunt and Dead Metal emerged as victors of the Rebellion.
Sir Killalot was a large blue tracked House Robot initially designed to resemble an alien knight, although his backstory in the Robot Wars Technical Manual perpetuates him to be a time-travelling autonomous fighting unit. He featured a distinctive head, chest plate and shoulder pads resembling pieces of medieval armour, as well as sets of three blinking red LEDs forming his 'eyes', a pair of hydraulically-operated arms mounted on either side of his chassis, and a rear mesh exoskeleton with top-mounted spikes protecting his otherwise-exposed internals. Both arms featured his signature weapons - a set of crushing jaws (left) and a rotating drill-like 'lance' (right) - which could raise in order to allow Sir Killalot to lift competitors as he turned them over, caused damage, threw them across the arena or carried them to hazards such as the Pit or the Flame Pit. Sir Killalot played an active role in the Tag Team Terror, first punishing Rosie the Riveter for entering the battle without an official tag by picking it up, and tossed it. Refbot red carded him for it, but he came out again and push the flipped Matilda back onto her wheels and attacked Tricerabot and swung him around in the same battle. In the other first-round battle, Run Away was displaying a dominant performance over Joker, but without any provocation, Sir Killalot interfered and paraded Run Away around the arena, eventually overturning and disabling it, and placing it on the Floor Flipper. When the battle was sent to a Judges' decision, Sir Killalot's attacks on Run Away were deemed unfair, and so it won the battle alongside its partner General Chompsalot.
In Apollo's last Head-to-Head against Crackers 'n' Smash, it activated the Arena Tyre, which sent Sir Killalot into the arena to chase after Apollo for most of the permitted 10 seconds, before Apollo attempted to attack the rear of the House Robot as he moved back into his CPZ. Get Toy Robot Wars today with Drive Up, Pick Up or Same Day Delivery. You want Toy Robot Wars. We shop and deliver, and you enjoy Sir Killalot's name is a pun on Sir Lancelot, one of the Knights of the Round Table from Arthurian legend. The Arthurian connotations were further reflected in his original design, which was that of an alien knight. Giant robots are now a well-established part of the popular culture, and are regularly featured in movies, comic books, video games, television, toys and beyond. But not all giant robots are created equal, and some have left a bigger footprint than others. Heck, some of them are just plain cooler than others
BattleBots now available worldwide. BattleBots® now has coverage in more than 150 countries. That means robotic combat fans across the globe can enjoy the world's largest, and only professional, robot fighting sport on their screens. » Find out where BattleBots is broadcasting in your country. Thank you to our incredible sponsors Heat 4 was a busy one for Sir Killalot as he appeared in six battles and made use of his claw on multiple occasions by torching Pulsar and Supernova over the Flame Pit in Head-to-Head battles against Ironside3, before subjecting Pulsar to more punishment in the Heat Final by holding it in place for Shunt to axe.
The UK's greatest robot fighters battle it out against teams from across the world! Team UK: Apollo Gabriel Sabretooth Terrorhurtz Team Rest Of The World: Diotoir (Ireland) Cobra (Belgium. In a separate video, Suidobashi even depicted the Kuratas driving through Tokyo’s Shibuya Crossing. Other highlights from Heat 1 included being called into Rogue House Robot mode during the Robot Redemption battle between Donald Thump and The Swarm, as well as grabbing hold of Rubber Duck from The Swarm in the remaining seconds of their loss to Behemoth, then roasting and throwing it. Sir K made his final Nickelodeon appearances in the first two rounds of the Annihilator; in the first round, he dragged and spun Techno Trousers around shortly after its elimination from the battle. Despite moving between CPZs and brushing with Bunny Attack in the second round, Sir K would not play a major part in this battle.
8 Giant / Biggest Robots Which REALLY EXIST! ----- Credits & Source : + T-52 ENRYU it is built in Japan. T52 is a perfectly designed robot that weighs 5 tons and 3meters tall. T52 has the. Alongside the main championship, there were also tournaments for alternate weight classes. Below is a list of Antweight, Featherweight, Lightweight, Middleweight and Super Heavyweights including the series they competed in. In Episode 5, Sir K was present for all four battles, initially appearing in the opening Mayhem battle between The Revolutionist, Rigby and Diskotek. He grabbed, pushed and lifted Diskotek over the Floor Flipper shortly after its immobilisation, before dropping it. Sir K attacked Diskotek again after it briefly regained mobility, before proceeding to place it and Rigby onto the Drop Zone. He also briefly attacked Joker following its count-out in the Vengeance battle against Xylon, and Probophobia in the closing stages of its Challenge Belt battle against Tut Tut. During the Ultimate Mayhem, Sir K picked up an immobile Revolutionist and turned it over, shortly before the Team LOGICOM machine was thrown by the Floor Flipper. He proceeded to grab and carry an overturned Vert-I-Go by its flipping arm, eventually pitting it alongside The Revolutionist, which was pitted at the same time by Sgt. Bash. Sir Killalot was able to carry out the first moment of note between the two, as, after Carbide had knocked Apollo into submission during its first Head-to-Head battle, Sir Killalot was able to hold the beaten machine over the Flame Pit. Apollo's next battle against Coyote saw it attempt to flip Sir Killalot on two occasions, but it only managed to lift the House Robot up before being forced to retreat, as Sir Killalot and Dead Metal then chased it around the arena. “Suidobashi, we have a giant robot. You have a giant robot. You know what needs to happen: We challenge you to a duel.”
Along with Matilda, Dead Metal and Shunt, a new version of Sir Killalot was built by Robo Challenge for Series 8, featuring a considerably enlarged and upgraded design but retaining his dark blue and grey colour scheme. His head and body now feature a grungier, predominantly 'Space Marine'-inspired influence, with a revised head and shoulder pads, more durable ARMOX armour offering improved protection to his internals and tracks, and front ramming blades beneath his signature chest plate intended to push competitors away. Sir Killalot appeared five times in Heat 1. His first appearance came in the second Group Battle of Heat 1, which involved Apollo, Apocalypse, and The Swarm. He made use of the Flame Pit on two occasions during the battle, as he roasted Pinza from The Swarm and Apocalypse on the arena hazard. Later on, Sir Killalot's claw was damaged by The Cat's disc after it drove into him during its battle against Interstellar: MML. He pushed The Cat towards the wall, where it became immobilised. In the Grand Final, he picked The Cat up and held it over the Flame Pit following its immobilisation by Arena Cleaner, before spinning it around in his claw and throwing it into the wall. The victorious Arena Cleaner then attempted to attack Sir Killalot, which compelled him to pick Arena Cleaner up and pit the Episode 1 champion.