This is not a robot.
This is a robot. Which does our robotics club have a single iota of interest in?
This tournament is horrible. Like Battlebots, it’s a competition in which you blast your opponents’ robots to smithereens. What a cruel and sadistic form of entertainment.
It’s totally unfair too. Shouldn’t this have weight limits or something? How are they supposed to knock down something that looks like it weighs twice as much as them?
And why are they using humanoids? Humanoids are pretty much the worst shape for these things. In the actual Battlebots, no one uses humanoids. They all used extremely stable wheeled robots with heavy armor. I suppose it’s probably part of the rules that they need humanoid robots, but it seems to me that it makes it a lot less exciting.
This tournament isn’t about building robots, as evidenced by our team’s near-victory with only two weeks of preparation. This is a tournament for playing video games.
Our hero seemed to use some sort of special power, which the sister was mentioning. I wonder what it is… it seemed kind of like he was slowing time, or upping his reaction rate or something. It seems like his body isn’t fit for it, so he has an averse reaction.
Now I’m not so sure I want holograms anymore.
No shit, Sherlock.
This is pretty much the only show where yelling out special move names has actually made sense. I do like her boundless enthusiasm.
Um… what. His costume was totally obvious. Now his refusal to join the robotics club makes perfect sense.