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Beauty 2 is a British featherweight robot built by Team Beast, which competed in the 2018 King of Bots UK International Championships. A former multiple UK featherweight champion, it endured limited success in the qualification rounds, initially finishing third to Get Shrekt after having its battery ripped out. For its remaining two battles, Beauty 2 finished third again to Tempest and second to Aegis; the latter after it and Enigma fell into the pit at the same time. As a result, it was eliminated from the 2018 UK International Championships, having not scored enough points to progress to later rounds.

DesignEdit

Beauty 2 is a two-wheel drive, wedge-shaped robot armed with a high-pressure, rear-hinged pneumatic flipper, considered to be one of the most powerful in the 2018 UK International Championships. The robot had a distinctive appearance with minimal armor and an exposed titanium frame, which proved vulnerable to damage against various spinning weapons throughout its appearances in the main competition.

ResultsEdit

BEAUTY 2 - RESULTS
King of Bots UK 2018 (Insomnia 63)
Main Championship
Qualification Rounds
Rumble vs. Sabre20, Get Shrekt Lost (1 point)
Rumble vs. Telekinesis, Tempest Lost (1 point)
Rumble vs. Enigma, Aegis Lost (2 points)

Wins/LossesEdit

  • Wins: 0
  • Losses: 3

Outside King of BotsEdit

At least nine versions of Beauty have been built by Team Beast, achieving significant success in featherweight events hosted across the United Kingdom. The original Beauty won the 2007 FRA European Featherweight Championship[1], with Beauty 2 building on this success by winning that year's Roaming Robots Winter Tour.[2] Beauty 2 would go on to win the 2008 and 2009 FRA UK Featherweight Championships[3][4], and would secure a third FRA UK title in 2014 after defeating Beauty 8 in the final round.[5] These achievements resulted in Beauty 2 and its companion versions receiving an Honorable Mention in the Combat Robot Hall of Fame in 2009, which considered their championship successes up to that year.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.fightingrobots.co.uk/threads/6919-21st-amp-22nd-july-2007-fighting-robots-european-champio/page9
  2. http://www.fightingrobots.co.uk/threads/7337-roaming-robots-end-of-year-review
  3. http://www.fightingrobots.co.uk/threads/7117-24th-25th-amp-26th-may-2008-robo-challenge/page36
  4. http://www.fightingrobots.co.uk/threads/8089-2009-fighting-robots-fw-uk-championships-hosted-by-robo-chal/page61
  5. http://www.fightingrobots.co.uk/content/96-fighting-robots-association-2014-featherweight-championship
  6. http://runamok.tech/hall_of_fame.html

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