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"With a 29" disc and a lifter tail, one bite out of either weapon and the other robot will be dead! "
— Jerome Miles

Unibite was a robot from Utah that fought in both Seasons of Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors. It did not enjoy a significant degree of success, losing in the first round of the Season 1 US Championship, the second round of the same season's Annihilator special, and being defeated in the heat final of Season 2 by Conquering Clown.

The team also competed in Season 2's special events with Hyperactive, a modified version of the original Unibite.

DesignEdit

Unibite

The first Unibite

The original Unibite was a wide, low, invertible two-wheel driven machine with a front mounted spinning disc, spiked around the entire surface for a cutting surface. The robot was somewhat U-shaped.

In Season 2, the robot was updated to become Unibite 2.0, now featuring a rear flipping fork, as well as a more conventional flywheel with two teeth.

Robot HistoryEdit

Season 1Edit

Unibite Coffin Bot

Unibite swings into Coffin-Bot

In the US Championship, Unibite started by getting its weapon up to speed. It attacked the wheels of Sobek with the spinning disc prior to being hit by Coffin-Bot. Combined with pushing action from Tricerabot, the attacks were enough to rip off one of Sobek's wheels. It attacked Sobek and Tricerabot until it broke down near the flame pit, taking Unibite out of the action after a battle of aggression.

Unibite vs Skullmania

Unibite damages Skullmania's tire

Unibite vs Rippa Raptor

Unibite ruins Rippa Raptor's wheel

Unibite was also seen in the Annihilator, facing Drillzilla, Conquering Clown, Red Virus, Skullmania and Rippa Raptor. In Round 1, Unibite charged at the Conquering Clown and Skullmania, causing minor damage. Unibite continued attacking the other competitors by spinning in circles, and this tactic caused damage to Skullmania with a glancing blow. Skullmania's tire had burst as a result of this attack, and eventually it lost mobility, eliminating it from the competition. Despite having already qualified, Unibite then attacked Rippa Raptor, ripping apart its bicycle wheels.

Drillzilla vs Unibite

Unibite becomes immobile

In the second round, Unibite looked aggressive once again, causing cosmetic damage to Conquering Clown and Rippa Raptor. However, when it went on the attack on Conquering Clown again, Drillzilla rammed into the back Unibite causing its removable link to fall out. The immobile Unibite was placed on the flame pit by Drillzilla, where it was counted out, although its weapon started working again. The House Robots pitted Unibite, resigning it to fifth place. The team were unable to cease Unibite's disc, which continued to spin even during the interview with Mick Foley.

Season 2Edit

Unibite vs Texas Tornado

The victorious Unibite 2.0 is pushed back by a revived Texas Tornado

Unibite 2.0 spent most of its opening round melee being pushed around by Texas Tornado, with both Unibite's flywheel and flipper looking ineffective. However, Texas Tornado became briefly immobile on top of a flame vent after lifting up Unibite. Once Texas Tornado was counted out, Unibite 2.0 qualified for second round, despite a revived Texas Tornado retaliating later into the battle.

Brute vs Unibite

Brute bends the disc of Unibite 2.0

Unibite vs Brute

Unibite 2.0 lures Brute onto the pit

In the second round, Unibite 2.0 fought Brute, which had finished within the top four of the previous season. Brute charged at Unibite 2.0's flipper, but neither machine was caused any distress. Unibite was pushed around by Brute, with Brute's spinning drum grinding away at the frame of Unibite 2.0. Brute continued to shove Unibite 2.0 until Unibite 2.0 hit the pit release button. Brute repeatedly failed to push Unibite 2.0 in, before driving straight into the pit itself.

Conquoringclownunibite

Both blades connect

Unibitedrop

Unibite becomes the first victim of the Drop Zone.

This lead to another fight with Conquering Clown. Unibite and Conquering Clown attacked head-on with their spinning weapons, only causing minor damage to one another. One of Conquering Clown's wheel guards was buckled by Unibite's disc, causing the wheel to lock up. Despite having the upper hand, Unibite 2.0 was dealt a critical blow by Conquering Clown, causing it to lose mobility completely. Unibite was counted out of Season 2, before Sir Killalot bent the rear flipping weapon and dragged it to the drop zone. A washing machine fell onto Unibite 2.0.

ResultsEdit

UNIBITE - RESULTS
US Season 1
Annihilator
Round 2
Round 1 vs. Conquering Clown, Drillzilla, Red Virus, Rippa Raptor, Skullmania Qualified
Round 2 vs. Conquering Clown, Drillzilla, Red Virus, Rippa Raptor Eliminated
US Championship
Heats
Heat vs. Bot-Ugly, Coffin-Bot, Sobek, The Revolutionist, Tricerabot, Eliminated
UNIBITE 2.0 - RESULTS
US Season 2
US Championship
Heat Final
Heat C, Round 1 vs. Black Widow, Texas Tornado Qualified
Heat C, Round 2 vs. Brute Won
Heat C, Final vs. Conquering Clown 2 Lost


  • Jerome Miles with Unibite
  • A damaged Unibite 2.0 during Season 2

Wins/LossesEdit

  • Wins: 3
  • Losses: 3

Series RecordEdit

Main Series Unibite Series Record
Season 1 Heat (Round 1)
Season 2 Heat Final
Side events with Hyperactive

Outside Robot WarsEdit

  • Knome
  • Knome II

Team Duct Tape competed in BattleBots. They first did this with Knome at the first ever live event in 1999, armed with a side-mounted axe to make the robot a thwackbot, as well as an active axe at the rear. However, it lost to Stinger and W.L.O.W.. The team competed in Series 1.0 with Knome II, a comedic design armed with a static scoop, but it lost to the British Killerhurtz.

  • Sublime in BattleBots Season 2.0
  • Sublime in BattleBots Season 3.0
  • Sublime in BattleBots Season 5.0

Team Duct Tape then competed in three different seasons with Sublime. In Season 2.0, Sublime lost its only battle to Hammerhead on a 45-0 Judges' decision. Sublime's experience on television allowed it to skip the preliminary rounds in Season 3.0, and it advanced over Whirl Wep X25 on a 23-22 Judges' decision, but it then lost to Sallad. Sublime was much more successful in Season 5.0, defeating Das Bot, Wedge-O-Matic, Robo Master and SnowFlake in sequence to reach the Round of 32, where it was defeated by Death by Monkeys.

Hot Stuff

Hot Stuff

Jerome Miles has competed at RoboGames with lightweight robot Hot Stuff, a rebuilt Sublime. Miles also converted his Hyperactive design into a featherweight, completing two separate builds of the machine in 2014 and 2015. At RoboGames in 2015, Jerome Miles built a heavyweight named HyperBite, which lost to Touro Maximus and Ragin Scotsman.

RedDevil BB2016

Red Devil in the 2016 season

Team Duct Tape, nowadays DT Robotics, entered the 2016 season of BattleBots with Red Devil. Red Devil defeated Wrecks in the first round, although this victory required little input from Red Devil, so it was given the third-lowest seed in the Round of 32, drawing it against the highly favoured Witch Doctor. In one of the biggest upsets of the series, Red Devil used its saw to cut through the batteries of Witch Doctor and flip its opponent over, allowing it to progress to the Round of 16. At this stage, Red Devil survived a full 3-minute bout with the eventual runner-up Bombshell, but did not win the resulting Judges' decision, and was eliminated at this stage.

Red Devil

Red Devil in the 2018 season

Red Devil returned to the 2018 season of BattleBots, although Jerome Miles was absent due to filming clashes, and entrusted the robot to Ravi Baboolal, who competed in the previous season with Lycan. In Red Devil's first battle, it fought Brutus, and earned a relatively easy win, after Brutus burned out its weapon motor, allowing Red Devil to saw into its opponent, which lost mobility due to its internal fire.

Jerome Miles was absent from BattleBots in 2018 because he was instead competing in the Chinese show This is Fighting Robots with a new robot, Dragon King.

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