Team MIETERS was one of the few all-female teams to compete in Robot Wars, with their name being an acronym for "Meesteressen In Ellende, Terrosisatie En Robots Slopen", Dutch for 'Mistresses At Distress Terrorisation And Destructing Robots'. Indeed, the team listed their strength as 'Girl power', and painted a 'no men allowed' symbol on IDO's top panel.
Team MIETERS started a rebuild of IDO, intending to enter Robot Wars: The Seventh Wars, but the project was not completed, and the team disbanded shortly afterwards. Carlijn Meyboom, nowadays Caroline van der Meer, later entered Series 9 with TMHWK.
IDO was an invertible, octagon-shaped robot painted green and armed with several spikes on the front and on two 'arm'-like sections on either side. It also featured a double-sided stationary pickaxe at the back which was intended to cause damage when the robot spun, while the spikes were designed to impale other robots as IDO pushed them around.
Dutch Series 2Edit
In its first round battle, IDO fought Hammerhead 2, It spun wildly at the start, trying to clip Hammerhead 2 with its spikes. Hammerhead 2 then flipped IDO and backed away, before IDO drove away and was slammed close to the wall by Hammerhead 2. IDO smacked the pit release button, then got caught in one of Hammerhead 2's side hammers and spun into the pit while trying to free itself from Hammerhead 2. This eliminated IDO from Dutch Series 2.
|IDO - RESULTS|
Heats, Round 1
|Heat C, Round 1||vs. Hammerhead 2||Lost|
- Dutch Wins: 0
- Dutch Losses: 1
|Series 1||Did not enter|
|Series 2||Heat, Round 1|
|The First Wars||Did not enter|
|The Second Wars||Did not enter|
|The Third Wars||Did not enter|
|The Fourth Wars||Did not enter|
|The Fifth Wars||Did not enter|
|The Sixth Wars||Did not enter|
|The Seventh Wars||Did not enter|
|Series 8||Did not enter|
|Series 9||Entered with TMHWK|