- "Big weaponry, 4 expanding flail arms that retract into the body... yeah, I'll wait to see them in action, these are first time competitors."
- — Jonathan Pearce introducing Ajjay
Ajjay was a grey and red circular shaped robot from Tilehurst in Reading that competed exclusively in the Wild Card Warriors in Extreme Series 1.
It was meant to be a full-body spinner, with four flailing arms that could retract into the body, but the set-up did not work out, so Ajjay was converted into a sit-and-spin design instead. It nevertheless had a high top speed, and in its only battle, managed to hold former grand finalist Stinger to a judges decision.
Extreme Series 1Edit
Ajjay fought against Stinger in the Wild Card Warriors. Straight from the start, Ajjay used brute force against Stinger, slamming into the large wheels several times. During one attack Ajjay hit the pit release, but shortly afterwards it drove into Sir Killalot. Stinger kept slamming down with its mace but failed to make contact with Ajjay. Bad driving then saw Stinger driving into Sir Killalot, who picked it up between its wheels. Sir Killalot made its way towards the arena wall, but cease was called just before Stinger was dropped out of the arena. Despite this late setback, Stinger still managed to win on a close judge's decision.
|AJJAY - RESULTS|
|Extreme Series 1|
Wild Card Warriors
|Wild Card Warriors||vs. Stinger||Lost|
- Wins: 0
- Losses: 1
Outside Robot WarsEdit
The successor to Critter, Cyborg, was built for the Heavyweight Sprint in 2003. Although Cyborg once again lost to Scuttle B-Squared, only two robots participated in the event in the show's final year, meaning Cyborg was awarded a silver medal.