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'''Team WhoopAss''' was a team that competed in the final three seasons of ''BattleBots''. The team was lead by Tim Paterson of Redmond, Washington. The team was successful, scoring a total of 16 wins between their most successful robots [[HexaDecimator]] and [[Hexy Jr.]] After BattleBots ended, Hexy Jr. became the lightweight champion at RoboGames in 2004 and getting third in 2005 and 2006.
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[[File:TeamWhoopAss.gif|thumb|214px|Team WhoopAss' logo.]]'''Team WhoopAss''' was a team that competed in the final three seasons of ''BattleBots''. The team was lead by Tim Paterson of Redmond, Washington. The team was successful, scoring a total of 16 wins between their most successful robots [[HexaDecimator]] and [[Hexy Jr.]] After BattleBots ended, Hexy Jr. became the lightweight champion at RoboGames in 2004 and getting third in 2005 and 2006. HexaDecimator also got fourth at RoboGames in 2006.
   
== Robots entered into BattleBots ==
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==Robots entered into BattleBots==
 
{| class="article-table"
 
{| class="article-table"
!Robot
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|'''Robot'''
!Weight class
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|'''Weight class'''
!Events competed in
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|'''Events competed in'''
 
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![[HexaDecimator]]
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|[[HexaDecimator]]
!Heavyweight
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|Heavyweight
!Season 3.0-Season 5.0
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|Season 3.0-Season 5.0
 
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|[[Caliban]]
 
|[[Caliban]]
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|Season 5.0
 
|Season 5.0
 
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Wins/Losses
 
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<gallery type="slideshow" widths="271">
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HexaDecimator sf01b.jpg|HexaDecimator.
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Hexy Jr. 5.0.jpg|Hexy Jr.
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Caliban sf01.jpg|Caliban.
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Mutilator.jpg|Mutilator.
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</gallery>
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===Wins/Losses===
 
* Wins: 18
 
* Wins: 18
 
* Losses: 9
 
* Losses: 9

Revision as of 19:47, 24 October 2015

Team WhoopAss' logo.

Team WhoopAss was a team that competed in the final three seasons of BattleBots. The team was lead by Tim Paterson of Redmond, Washington. The team was successful, scoring a total of 16 wins between their most successful robots HexaDecimator and Hexy Jr. After BattleBots ended, Hexy Jr. became the lightweight champion at RoboGames in 2004 and getting third in 2005 and 2006. HexaDecimator also got fourth at RoboGames in 2006.

Robots entered into BattleBots

Robot Weight class Events competed in
HexaDecimator Heavyweight Season 3.0-Season 5.0
Caliban Middleweight Season 3.0-Season 5.0
Hexy Jr. Lightweight Season 4.0-Season 5.0
Mutilator Middleweight Season 5.0

Wins/Losses

  • Wins: 18
  • Losses: 9