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Owner:Unknown, then Jack White
Title: The Fallen Champion, The Coretaker.
Robot Type: Glass Cannon
Generation:1.5, then upgraded to 3.5.
Announcers quote: He's been dethroned by CyberThreat.... Now he's back, more vengeful than ever! Here comes the GraveDigger!!!
Intro: Walks slowly, looking down. Then he raises his head, does a backhand, and gets into the boxing stance.
Win: Ominously stares at the fallen foe, then looks at the crowd and raises both arms.
1. GraveDigger "stabs" the opponents stomach with his right and begins to spin his hand. Then, he kicks the opponent to the ground.
2. GraveDigger backhands the opponents face with the right and then kicks the opponents knee, knocking his foe off his feet.
GraveDigger "stabs" the opponents stomach with his right and spins his hand, then backhands the opponents face with his right. Then he puts his left arm on the opponents shoulder, spinning his right hand in the air, and finally, GraveDigger delivers a decapitating uppercut to the opponents head.
Armor:54/100 (84/100 in Funeral Mode)
Power:100/100 (300/100 in Funeral Mode)
Speed:69/100 (2/100 in Funeral Mode)
EPISODE 1: RETURN OF A LEGEND=
Well, I'm finally making robot pages again.
So, GraveDigger. Where do I start his story?
Back in the early days of robot boxing, GraveDigger was the UnderWorld Champion. His handlers name was unknown. Even today, GraveDigger is known as the longest running UnderWorld champion there ever was. Maybe he would've been the UnderWorld champion forever, but of course, all great things must come to an end. He was dethroned by a robot that went by the name of "CyberThreat". GraveDigger was absolutely ANNIHILATED that day. He was so damaged, in fact, that his owner spent weeks fixing him, but to no avail. Then, his owner abandoned GraveDigger, throwing him out to the Metal Valley....
Years later, a guy called Jack White sneaked into the Metal Valley. He was looking for a boxing robot. He did find some robots there, but none of them looked cool in his opinion. Then, he found GraveDigger. Something told Jack to take that bot. And so he did.
He arrived to his garage. A week or two of fixing and upgrading the fallen champion, GraveDigger was finally standing on his feet. Now all Jack had to do was give the robot a name. When he was sitting in front of his creation, he noticed that something was written on the robot. Jack took a closer look at the writing and read it out loud:
EPISODE 2:FIRST ROBOTS BURIED
With GraveDigger repaired and upgraded, Jack tried his creation in robot boxing. He already had 6 fights, and most of em' were over pretty quickly, so......
ROLL THE MONTAGE!!!
Fight 1: GraveDigger vs BlackTop
GraveDigger blocked BlackTops air attack and then did a hook to BlackTops right shoulder, busting it off. Then, The Fallen Champion drilled BlackTops stomach and threw him over himself.
Fight 2: GraveDigger vs BlockBuster
BlockBuster charged at The Coretaker, however GraveDigger dodged and grabbed Bringing Down The Barrage Bots right arm made him hit himself. Then, GraveDigger grabbed the stunned BlockBuster and and broke his neck.
Fight 3: GraveDigger vs Albino
The Great White Hope was trying to hit GraveDigger, however he dodged all of Albinos attacks and then tried to knock Albinos head off, however his opponent lowered his head just in time. Then GraveDigger stunned Albino and then went behind him grabbed his head, crushing it with his own hands.
Fight 4: GraveDigger vs BlueBot
GraveDigger dodged all BlueBots attacks and then stunned BlueBot. Then he grabbed his left arm and slammed it right into the corner of the ring, piercing through it. Then, GraveDigger used his right hand to cut right into BlueBots face.
Fight 5: GraveDigger vs SixShooter
The Sheriff Of RoboTown tried to fight back, however he couldn't escape GraveDiggers grip and had his head slammed into the ring multiple times up to the point where oil started dripping out of his head.
Fight 6: GraveDigger vs Abandon
The Ice Cool Mechanical Mountain put up the best fight out of the first 6 robots that GraveDigger buried, however even he got both of his arms and head ripped off.
EPISODE 3: The Gold-Blooded Killers Funeral
Before this fight, Jack has installed a thing called “Funeral Mode” into GraveDigger. It’s pretty much when GraveDigger’s core starts glowing black, and his strength rises up to 300 and armor to 84. The drawback to this is that GraveDigger can barely even move and he only can use one punch: if said punch missed, then sorry, but that’s all.
Midas was next. Jack arrived at the Crashpalace. To him, Crashpalace seemed...
....Alright, I ain’t gonna waste your time, all I’m gonna tell you before the fight is that Jack and Artie Bakker agreed that there will be only two rounds.
Midas, being the Underworld champion, charged almost instantly at GraveDigger, and despite the very noticable size difference, almost knocked him off his feet and trapped him in the corner, delivering a very damaging hook to the chest. Then, Midas tried to headbutt GraveDigger, but got drilled in the face instead. Stunned by the unexpectedness of the move, The Gold-Blooded Killer decided to back off, which was only a good thing for The Coretaker, and a successfull tackle and an uppercut later, Midas almost got knocked out, but he wasn’t going to give up that easily. GraveDigger delivered a cross that wouldve knocked out his opponent if Midas wasn’t planning to duck and uppercut him between the legs. GraveDigger bent over in pain, and the Underworld champ kneed him in the face. The Fallen Champion hooked Midas’s face and Midas stepped on his foot and uppercuted his head three times. GraveDigger drilled the opponents face, Midas sidestepped his opponent, stepped on his chest heavily three times.
GraveDigger charged at Midas, and that happened so fast, Artie did not even have time to react, and next thing he knew, Midas was being drilled in the stomach.
Nothin’ really happened during the break.
Round 2 was very fast and very violent.
Midas dodged GraveDiggers hooks and jabs, and at the right moment, grabbed The Fallen Champions left arm and ripped it off, MIDAS STYLE!!! (duh).
Jack had enough of this. He activated Funeral Mode. “I can’t waste this,” he thought. GraveDigger’s core started glowing black, and he was taking punch after punch from Midas. When his opponent got tired, GraveDigger striked Midas’s gut with all his force, cutting it open. Fluids and oil were flowing out of Midas’s stomach. He walked around the ring slowly, punching the air in desperation, and then, almost 30 seconds after the lethal strike to the stomach, he collapsed on the chains. This fight was registered in the Guinness Book Of Records as “the most violent Underworld fight”.
4 weeks after this, Jack still wasn’t getting a WRB invitation, which seemed weird for him. As he found out later, the WRB wasn’t sending an invitation for him because GraveDigger’s set of moves was illegal and too violent.
“Whatever, forget the WRB, I’ll find a worthy challenger myself.”
After a week of searching, the next bot on the list was Kaiser.
EPISODE 4: The German Emperor
1. At first his name was supposed to be "The Fallen Champion"
2. His Rip-off is performed exclusively with his right arm.
3. He can only spin his right hand.
4. His right wrist is supposed to represent a shovel.
5. His name is a reference to Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.