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Iron-awe 6 10

Iron-Awe was a series of robots which participated in Series 4, 6, 7 and 10 of Robot Wars, also competing in the second series of Robot Wars Extreme. After the original Iron-Awe fell in the second round of Series 4, Iron-Awe 2 competed in Series 6 and Extreme 2, but without great success. Iron-Awe 2.1 was the most successful of the team's machines in UK Robot Wars, reaching the Heat Final of Series 7 after flipping the seeded Bigger Brother out of the arena in its second round battle, before falling to the eventual champion Typhoon 2.

Iron-Awe returned for Series 10 as the up-to-date Iron-Awe 6. Despite problems causing the flipper to never fire, it managed to finish third in Heat 4 and qualify for the 10 Robot Rumble.

Iron-Awe is notable for being the first robot to successfully self-right using an overhead weapon, and for having the largest sequentially numbered robot in Robot Wars history.


Did you know...

All these facts are about robots with numbered suffixes in their names, like Iron-Awe 6, as mentioned above.

  • ...that Firestorm has the longest running list of consecutive sequentially numbered robots in Robot Wars at 5?
  • ...that Plunderbird 1 is the only robot to use 1 as an suffix to its name?
  • ...that four robots can claim to have the biggest number for different reasons? Iron-Awe 6 is the highest official sequential robot name, Androne 4000 has the highest standalone number, 8645T contains the largest number written as an integer, while 6 Million Dollar Mouse contains the largest representation of a finite number?

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