Storm Force was a three-wheeled, silver barrel-shaped robot with aluminium armour and lightning bolts painted on either side. It was similar in design, shape and weaponry to the original Mini Morg. It featured a powerful scoop strong enough to lift a small car, and a sharp axe capable of chopping bricks in half. However, these weapons were not used to great effect in its only battle.
Storm Force had an unlucky draw in Series 5, as it was up against the two-time and reigning UK Champions Chaos 2 in Round 1. Storm Force was on the back foot straight away in its battle, with Chaos 2 flipping it numerous times, but its barrel shape meant that Storm Force kept rolling back onto its wheels. It then started to gush smoke and was flipped into Matilda's flywheel, which Chaos 2 took minor damage from as well. After a few more flips, Storm Force stopped moving. It was then flipped onto the Pit of Oblivion, which Chaos 2 lowered by pressing the pit release button, eliminating Storm Force from the competition.
|STORM FORCE - RESULTS|
|The Fifth Wars - UK Championship|
Heats, Round 1
|Heat A, Round 1||vs. Chaos 2 (1)||Lost|
- Wins: 0
- Losses: 1
|Series||Storm Force Record|
|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||Heat, Round 1|
|The Sixth Wars||Failed to qualify|
|The Seventh Wars||Did not enter|
|Series 8||Did not enter|
|Series 9||Did not enter|
Robot Wars Live EventsEdit
Storm Force made its first appearance in the new Robot Wars live events at Barnsley in February 2013. It took part in a whiteboard fight against Toon Raider and St Hammer, in which it lost after its batteries died. It also suffered from the same bad luck at Widnes in May 2013 when it fought in the team challenges. According to Liam Bryant, Storm Force is in sleep mode.
Outside Robot WarsEdit
In 2007, Storm Force was sold to John Findlay of Team Roaming Robots, where it was brought out of retirement in a Robot Rumble, managing to defeat Dantomkia along the way. However, Findlay had too little time to take Storm Force as a project, so drivers such as Tom Kane and WJ Dijkstra took turns in fighting with it instead. By the end of 2008, Storm Force was sold once more to Liam Bryant of Team Bud, along with Jason Marston with a newly improved Thor and Shane Swan from Team S-tec with his newest machine Envy.
- Upon entering the arena, Stuart McDonald introduced Storm Force as "Storm". It is also incorrectly referred to as such in Robot Wars: The Ultimate Guide and the first edition of the Robot Wars Magazine.