PHOTO 3. Beetleweight
winner Mr. Croup.
Photo by James Iocca.
and one side of the armor. The
damage from the fight can be seen
in Photo 1. Because that was the
first loss for AC-130 in the double
elimination tournament, the AC-130
team hurried to repair the damage
and was able to get ready to go for
the final fight.
The second fight was similar to
the first, with Scurrie getting in a
couple of decent hits and eventually
knocking AC-130 out. Photo 2
shows the trophies and match
winner chips that Scurrie earned.
A couple of noteworthy
machines in the lighter weight classes
were Mr. Croup and Fangus 3.0.
Mr. Croup was the three pound
Beetleweight champion (Photo 3)
who sported very sleek floating and
shock-mounted titanium armor and
a large vertical disk. Fangus 3.0 won
the one pound Antweight title with
a very effective implementation of a
shuffling drive system instead of wheels.
The shuffling mechanism worked
flawlessly and Fangus 3.0 was able
to bounce two different opponents
off of the ceiling of the box.
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