Skullmania was a box-wedge shaped robot from California. Due to technical difficulties, it could not fight in the US Championship, and was the first robot eliminated in the annihilator.
The team dressed in black leather jackets and wore dark glasses.
Skullmania was decorated with skulls and featured a wedge with a lifting arm and a spiked tail used to thwack into opponents. Two wedges attempted to run into the ground. Skullmania's large wheels were exposed, although offered invertibility.
In the beginning of the annihilator, the other five all converged, with Skullmania remaining in the background. However, Unibite slashed Skullmania once it did join in, inflicting damage on its wheels.
- "Skullmania is starting to look like Scrap-mania."
- — Stefan Frank
Skullmania seemed quick and mobile for a fair while, but several robots clustered together, and Unibite's disc inflicted severe damage to its body. From then, Skullmania attempted to drive, but its tires had been severed from the wheels and would not spin. Skullmania was placed on the floor flipper and thrown.
- Mick Foley: "Now it seemed that everyone was ganging up on the Clown, but you guys were secretly getting your butts kicked"
- Steven Karp: "Yeah."
- — Post Annihilator
|SKULLMANIA - RESULTS|
|Round 1||vs. Conquering Clown, Drillzilla, Red Virus, Rippa Raptor, Unibite||Eliminated|
Withdrew before Heats
|Heat||vs. Bot-Ugly, Sobek, The Revolutionist, Tricerabot, Unibite||Withdrew|
|NOTE: Irreparable technical difficulties forced Skullmania to drop out. It was replaced in this bout by Coffin-Bot|
- Wins: 0
- Losses: 1
- Season 1: Withdrew
- Season 2: Did not enter
Outside Robot WarsEdit
An earlier version of Skullmania with just a pair of static ramming wedges named Yoshik competed in Season 3.0 of BattleBots, losing its first battle to B.O.B. The team also entered a middleweight version with a spike into the fourth season of BattleBots named Yoshikillerbot, which also lost its first battle to Tesla's Tornado. The team also entered middleweight Mr. "D" and its lightweight counterpart, Dude of Destruction, which were more successful.