Critical condition

Critical Condition was a lightweight robot built by Team Aries which competed in Seasons 3.0 and 4.0 of BattleBots. It was a four-wheeled box-shaped robot armed with a front wedge which was replaced with an undercutting spinning blade.

Despite losing its first match in both its BattleBots appearances Critical Condiditon ended its career on a high note when it went undefeated to become the Lightweight champion at SECR's Farm Fight in 2002.

Robot History Edit

Season 3.0Edit

Critical 3.0

3.0 appearance

Critical Condition's first opponent was Spin Reaper. Spin Reaper won on a 25-20 judge's decision and Critical Condition was eliminated.

Season 4.0Edit

Critical Condition went up against Bait. Critical had a lot of speed and power, but as with all robots with high powered drives, was almost totally out of control. CC hit Bait hard a few times, and Bait soon got its hook stuck in a ramrod slot (the weapon was ineffective against Critical Condition). Critical would have won, had it left Bait alone, but instead CC tried to ram it again and got stuck on the spikes. Bait either got freed, or (although unlikely) it's limited movement (like a dog on attached to chain), but it won by TKO, due to the fact Bait didn't cause Critical Condition's defeat.

SECR Farm Fights 2002Edit


Critical Condition as it appeared for SECR Farm Fights 2002.

Critical Condition's first match at Farm Fights was against Team DeSade's Ventilator. It won this match by KO, and progressed to the Semi-Finals where it faced Team Indecision's brand new Horizontal Spinner, Sudden Impact.

It won this match by KO as well, and was now in the Winner's Bracket Finals where it faced Team Scavenger's flail spinner Bad Buzzard. Once again Critical Condition won by KO, this time causing so much damage that Bad Buzzard had to forfeit the Consolation Final.

This left Critical Condition to face Ventilator again in the final. Once again Critical Condition's speed, and weaponry proved no match for Ventilator, and Critical Condition easily won by KO. This meant that Critical Condition became one of only five SECR Lightweight champions. Despite this success Critical Condition was retired after this event, and never made another appearance.

Wins/Losses Edit

Series Event Opponent(s) Round Results
BattleBots Season 3.0 Lightweight Division bye Round of 256 bye
Spin Reaper Round of 128 Lost
BattleBots Season 4.0 Lightweight Division Bait Round of 256 Lost
SECR Farm Fights 2002 Lightweight Division Ventilator Quarter-Finals Won
Sudden Impact Semi-Finals Won
Bad Buzzard Winner's Final Won
Ventilator Final Won
  • Wins: 4
  • Losses: 2
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