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Nasty Warrior was a German robot that fought in two international events in Robot Wars Extreme: Series 1. It managed to score a lucky win over Hypno-Disc, despite taking damage from the blade. It also fought in the German melee, but lost there.
It was clad in carbon materials, in an arrow-shape, flat body robot that was invertible. It featured a spinning lawnmower blade as its weapon, and Team Extreme were determined to prove that they were the best. The carbon armour was extremely prone to damage, but would release splinters when attacked, which could jam spinners. R.I.P. was written on the side of the robot, as well as the team's name on top.
Nasty Warrior fought in the German Melee against Flensburger Power, Ansgar and Golem. This battle was also broadcast during German Robot Wars. The four robots moved very slowly and ponderously as Nasty Warrior was pushed by Golem into the arena wall, losing a shred of armour in the process, although Golem broke down. Nasty Warrior continued to push against its other two opponents, with its wheels somewhat smoking. Unable to affect Flensburger Power or Ansgar greatly, it eventually pushed the defeated Golem into the pit, but despite this, Ansgar was declared the winner by the Judges.
"Pencils are made of carbon, aren't they?"
— Dave and Derek on hearing their opponents' armour of choice
Next, Nasty Warrior fought in a UK vs Germany exhibition match against Hypno-Disc. The first impact from Hypno-Disc chipped a piece of carbon off Nasty Warrior. More attacks ripped into the sides of Nasty Warrior. However, Nasty Warrior pushed into the disc of Hypno-Disc, stopping it dead. As it drew away, Hypno-Disc had broken down and was left to be counted out, leaving Nasty Warrior the unlikely victors, prompting a less than enthusiastic response from the audience.
"Don't you boo them, let's hear it for Nasty Warrior!"