Road to Revenge Vol.9: The Future I Envisioned

Road to Revenge.
This post hereby begins my transition into the WRB. The first match is against Hattori 2.0. I figured I’d be able to breeze through these early matches.

But I just can’t hit with my moves! Noisy Boy was a pretty vigilant blocker, but this guy also mixes in dodges galore.

So I lost…which is unexpected, ’cause I thought all the work it took to defeat Noisy Boy meant that I had a green light to move forward.

I’m slightly concerned about what’s to come…
Help me, Noisy Boy!

Just Be Yourself

There’s something I noticed during my feud with Noisy Boy. Unlike my creation, Avenger, Noisy Boy has a consistent design which overall, I must admit, is more aesthetically pleasing than mine. With this post, I wanted to talk about some other robot part sets that work great just the way they are.

First, Chromium.
The fact that he has spikes all over his body, and something about that dopey, pushed-in head, just makes him seem like one of those robots that are manufactured in great numbers. Let’s just say he won’t get his own sitcom anytime soon. Cool design, though. I’d like to see him in khaki.

Next is Quadritech.
For some reason I just look at this guy and think he wandered into this game by accident from somewhere else. “Hello, and what Universe are you from?” But hey, it’s all in good fun. Actually, I think he’d look awesome with a sword.

And last up, Nectron.
This goes without saying, but WOW, this guy gets max points on the creepiness scale. I especially love that you can actually see his spinal chord.

Each of these part sets looks like they were created as a whole robot, so it might be fun to try playing with them without switching out any parts. Just a thought.

April Means the Hunting is Good

The day hath come. The day when I would exact my revenge on my ultimate rival, UE-2. And standing in my sworn enemy’s corner: MEGAUE2-R. He looks more intimidating than ever, but having recently ascended to the WRB, I, too, am different than who I was before. And with the ring of the bell, the battle is afoot!

He has me on the defensive from the start of the match. But this much is to be expected from a great trainer.

I should have some opportunites to strike…but my skill just doesn’t compare to his. I guess this is what it’s like to face off against someone who really knows the deep, inner-workings of the game…

“Hang tight my friend! Don’t let Avenger lose his confidence!”

What!? Why, it’s the voice of Noisy Boy, resonating in the back of my head! I won’t let you down! Nor will I submit to the rival whom I’ve sworn revenge against! Feel my wrath, MEGAUE2-R! Or shall I say, UE2!

I WON!! Part 3 of this tale of vengeance has come to a close!

That’s what I would have liked to say, but…
April Fools! I will say this though: when I actually do fight my rematch with UE-2, I’ll do my best to be able to copy and paste most of the above text.