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A featherweight version of Ghost No. 1 also competed in various live events held by ''King of Bots'', with a reasonable amount of success.
 
A featherweight version of Ghost No. 1 also competed in various live events held by ''King of Bots'', with a reasonable amount of success.
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The robot was succeeded by [[Cracked Sword]], which competed in ''[[King of Bots (Season 2)|King of Bots II]]'', finding greater success than Ghost No. 1.
   
 
==Design==
 
==Design==
 
[[File:Ghost_No.1_arena.jpg|thumb|left|Ghost No. 1 in the arena]]
 
[[File:Ghost_No.1_arena.jpg|thumb|left|Ghost No. 1 in the arena]]
 
[[File:Ghost Mk 1.jpg|thumb|Side view of Ghost No. 1]]
 
[[File:Ghost Mk 1.jpg|thumb|Side view of Ghost No. 1]]
Ghost No. 1 was an invertible, two-wheel drive robot with a gray chassis and red wheel rims. Its weapon was a horizontally-mounted bar spinner, painted blue, which proved capable of causing considerable damage during its only battle. The shape of Ghost No. 1, along with its exposed wheels, gave it a passing resemblance to other invertible horizontal spinners of its kind, notably ''BattleBots'' heavyweight competitor [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Tombstone Tombstone].
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Ghost No. 1 was an invertible, two-wheel drive robot with a gray chassis and red wheel rims. Its weapon was a horizontally-mounted bar spinner, painted blue, which proved capable of causing considerable damage during its only battle. The shape of Ghost No. 1, along with its exposed wheels, gave it a passing resemblance to other invertible horizontal spinners of its kind, notably the ''BattleBots'' 2016 champion [https://battlebots.fandom.com/wiki/Tombstone Tombstone], and other ''King of Bots'' entries such as [[Knife Legend]].
   
 
==Robot History==
 
==Robot History==
 
===2019 Opening Battle===
 
===2019 Opening Battle===
[[File:KoB_2019_Round_5_1.jpg|thumb|left|Tánshè gets underneath Ghost No. 1]]
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Ghost No. 1 was one of ten heavyweight robots which attended the [[King of Bots 2019 Opening Battle|2019 Opening Battle]], where it competed as part of the red team. There, it fought one head-to-head battle against British entry – and Season 1.5 runner-up - [[Tánshè]].
[[File:KoB_2019_Round_5_2.jpg|thumb|Ghost No. 1 recoils upon hitting the front of Tánshè]]
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[[File:KoB 2019 Round 5 1.jpg|thumb|left|Tánshè gets underneath Ghost No. 1]]
Ghost No. 1 was one of ten heavyweight robots which attended the [[King of Bots 2019 Opening Battle|2019 Opening Battle]], where it competed as part of the red team. There, it fought one head-to-head battle against British entry – and Season 1.5 runner-up - [[Tánshè]]. Ghost No. 1 left its starting position tentatively, negotiating its way across the arena before driving towards and dodging Tánshè in the center. Turning round near the circular saws, it pursued Tánshè for a few seconds, only to be collected and driven under by the Team Legion machine. Unfazed, Ghost No. 1 approached
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[[File:KoB 2019 Round 5 2.jpg|thumb|Ghost No. 1 recoils upon hitting the front of Tánshè]]
Tánshè again, but was unable to hit the latter again immediately. After spinning around, it drove towards and into the front of Tánshè, gouging a sizable hole through its opponent's flipper in the process. However, Ghost No. 1 recoiled following this attack, flipping itself violently into the grinders. As a result, it was pressured towards the corner spikes by Tánshè, and briefly got impaled on them as its bar spinner began rotating again.
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Ghost No. 1 left its starting position tentatively, negotiating its way across the arena before driving towards and dodging Tánshè in the center. Turning round near the circular saws, it pursued Tánshè for a few seconds, only to be collected and driven under by the Team Legion machine. Unfazed, Ghost No. 1 approached
[[File:KoB_2019_Round_5_3.jpg|thumb|left|Ghost No. 1 short-circuits after being flipped and dismantled by Tánshè]]
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Tánshè again, but was unable to hit the latter again immediately. After spinning around, it drove towards and into the front of Tánshè, gouging a sizeable hole through its opponent's flipper in the process. However, Ghost No. 1 recoiled following this attack, flipping itself violently into the grinders. As a result, it was pressured towards the corner spikes by Tánshè, and briefly got impaled on them as its bar spinner began rotating again.
[[File:KoB_2019_Round_5_4.jpg|thumb|Tánshè tosses the remains of Ghost No. 1 into the upper wall]]
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[[File:KoB 2019 Round 5 3.jpg|thumb|left|Ghost No. 1 short-circuits after being flipped and dismantled by Tánshè]]
[[File:KoB_2019_horizontal_spinner_dismantled.jpg|thumb|left|Ghost No. 1 lies in pieces]]
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[[File:KoB 2019 Round 5 4.jpg|thumb|Tánshè tosses the remains of Ghost No. 1 into the upper wall]]
[[File:Tanshe_2019_damage.jpg|thumb|Although it lost the battle, Ghost No. 1 was still able to cause considerable damage to Tánshè's flipper]]
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[[File:KoB 2019 horizontal spinner_dismantled.jpg|thumb|left|Ghost No. 1 lies in pieces]]
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[[File:Tanshe 2019 damage.jpg|thumb|The damage Ghost No. 1 caused to Tánshè's flipper]]
 
Sparks flew as Ghost No. 1's spinner hit the wall, and the robot itself broke free from the spikes. Ghost No. 1 hesitated for a few seconds, before driving out of the corner and being collected by Tánshè once more. This time, it was scooped and pushed towards the wall by Tánshè, which promptly threw Ghost No. 1 upwards into the air. Ghost No. 1's spinner clipped the top of Tánshè as it landed, causing its entire weapon assembly to break off; the robot itself also began short-circuiting as it twitched beside the wall spikes. Effectively dismantled at this stage, Ghost No. 1 was thrown against the wall several times by Tánshè, before being fully counted out. As a result, it lost its solitary battle to Tánshè via knockout.
 
Sparks flew as Ghost No. 1's spinner hit the wall, and the robot itself broke free from the spikes. Ghost No. 1 hesitated for a few seconds, before driving out of the corner and being collected by Tánshè once more. This time, it was scooped and pushed towards the wall by Tánshè, which promptly threw Ghost No. 1 upwards into the air. Ghost No. 1's spinner clipped the top of Tánshè as it landed, causing its entire weapon assembly to break off; the robot itself also began short-circuiting as it twitched beside the wall spikes. Effectively dismantled at this stage, Ghost No. 1 was thrown against the wall several times by Tánshè, before being fully counted out. As a result, it lost its solitary battle to Tánshè via knockout.
   
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{{Show|Season 2| }}
 
{{Show|Season 2| }}
 
{{Competition|2019 Opening Battle|Part of Red team}}
 
{{Competition|2019 Opening Battle|Part of Red team}}
{{Battle|[[King of Bots 2019 Opening Battle|Head-to-Head]]|[[ Tánshè]]|Lost}}
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{{Battle|[[King of Bots 2019 Opening Battle|Head-to-Head]]|[[Tánshè]]|Lost}}
 
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[[File:Ghost_No.1_stats.jpg|thumb|Ghost No. 1's statistics for the 2019 Opening Battle]]
 
   
 
===Wins/Losses===
 
===Wins/Losses===
 
*Wins: 0
 
*Wins: 0
 
*Losses: 1
 
*Losses: 1
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==Series Record==
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[[File:Ghost_No.1_stats.jpg|thumb|300px|Ghost No. 1's statistics for the 2019 Opening Battle]]
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{{Series Record|Ghost No. 1|Did not enter|Did not enter|Entered with [[Cracked Sword]]}}
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==Trivia==
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*Although it is unclear if this was intentional, the name of Ghost No. 1's successor (Cracked Sword) may be a reference to the way Ghost No. 1's blade shattered in battle.
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{{2019 Opening Battle Competitors}}
 
[[Category:2019 Opening Battle competitors]]
 
[[Category:2019 Opening Battle competitors]]
 
[[Category:Chinese Robots]]
 
[[Category:Chinese Robots]]

Latest revision as of 23:51, July 23, 2019

Ghost No. 1 was a Chinese heavyweight robot which competed in the King of Bots 2019 Opening Battle. Representing the red team, it fought one head-to-head battle against Tánshè, but lost after having its entire weapon assembly shear off following an attack by the Season 1.5 runner-up.

A featherweight version of Ghost No. 1 also competed in various live events held by King of Bots, with a reasonable amount of success.

The robot was succeeded by Cracked Sword, which competed in King of Bots II, finding greater success than Ghost No. 1.

DesignEdit

Ghost No.1 arena

Ghost No. 1 in the arena

Ghost Mk 1

Side view of Ghost No. 1

Ghost No. 1 was an invertible, two-wheel drive robot with a gray chassis and red wheel rims. Its weapon was a horizontally-mounted bar spinner, painted blue, which proved capable of causing considerable damage during its only battle. The shape of Ghost No. 1, along with its exposed wheels, gave it a passing resemblance to other invertible horizontal spinners of its kind, notably the BattleBots 2016 champion Tombstone, and other King of Bots entries such as Knife Legend.

Robot HistoryEdit

2019 Opening BattleEdit

Ghost No. 1 was one of ten heavyweight robots which attended the 2019 Opening Battle, where it competed as part of the red team. There, it fought one head-to-head battle against British entry – and Season 1.5 runner-up - Tánshè.

KoB 2019 Round 5 1

Tánshè gets underneath Ghost No. 1

KoB 2019 Round 5 2

Ghost No. 1 recoils upon hitting the front of Tánshè

Ghost No. 1 left its starting position tentatively, negotiating its way across the arena before driving towards and dodging Tánshè in the center. Turning round near the circular saws, it pursued Tánshè for a few seconds, only to be collected and driven under by the Team Legion machine. Unfazed, Ghost No. 1 approached Tánshè again, but was unable to hit the latter again immediately. After spinning around, it drove towards and into the front of Tánshè, gouging a sizeable hole through its opponent's flipper in the process. However, Ghost No. 1 recoiled following this attack, flipping itself violently into the grinders. As a result, it was pressured towards the corner spikes by Tánshè, and briefly got impaled on them as its bar spinner began rotating again.

KoB 2019 Round 5 3

Ghost No. 1 short-circuits after being flipped and dismantled by Tánshè

KoB 2019 Round 5 4

Tánshè tosses the remains of Ghost No. 1 into the upper wall

KoB 2019 horizontal spinner dismantled

Ghost No. 1 lies in pieces

Tanshe 2019 damage

The damage Ghost No. 1 caused to Tánshè's flipper

Sparks flew as Ghost No. 1's spinner hit the wall, and the robot itself broke free from the spikes. Ghost No. 1 hesitated for a few seconds, before driving out of the corner and being collected by Tánshè once more. This time, it was scooped and pushed towards the wall by Tánshè, which promptly threw Ghost No. 1 upwards into the air. Ghost No. 1's spinner clipped the top of Tánshè as it landed, causing its entire weapon assembly to break off; the robot itself also began short-circuiting as it twitched beside the wall spikes. Effectively dismantled at this stage, Ghost No. 1 was thrown against the wall several times by Tánshè, before being fully counted out. As a result, it lost its solitary battle to Tánshè via knockout.

ResultsEdit

GHOST NO. 1 - RESULTS
Season 2
2019 Opening Battle
Part of Red team
Head-to-Head vs. Tánshè Lost

Wins/LossesEdit

  • Wins: 0
  • Losses: 1

Series RecordEdit

Ghost No.1 stats

Ghost No. 1's statistics for the 2019 Opening Battle

Series Ghost No. 1 Series Record
Season 1 Did not enter
Season 1.5 Did not enter
Season 2 Entered with Cracked Sword

TriviaEdit

  • Although it is unclear if this was intentional, the name of Ghost No. 1's successor (Cracked Sword) may be a reference to the way Ghost No. 1's blade shattered in battle.
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