Battlerock a fictional characters from the Machine Robo series introduced in 1986. He is leader of the good Rock People.
Battlerock is the leader of the good Rock People. Battlerock is made of kimberlite. He is a trained in karate. He can generate a searcher beam from his forehead which can help him find and analyze targets. Because of his mechanoid nature, Battlerock does not need to breath oxygen. Like most Rock People he is probably immune to the effect of acid and intense magnetic fields which adversely affect metal mechanoids. He stands 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 1.02 tons. He carries a Justice Laser Gun.
Good personality and ability very smart, generous of reliable boss. Burning blocker in feats to crash while out the Psycho fire, Konasu also universe Kenpo similar to karate. From the forehead fired a searcher beam, it is also possible to examine the ability of the other party.
Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos
Battlerock first appeared in Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 6, "The Rock People and Mizuchi the Mysterious Dragon". He lead a group of Rock People who protected old ruins which had the Wolf Crest and helped Reina Stol when she was sick. Rom Stol defended them from a Gandora attack.
Battlerock and one of his fellow Rock People saved Vikung-Fu from falling into a volcano in episode 14, "Burn and Run, Brother and Sister Warriors".
Battlerock appeared when he was injured by the Gandora and taken to a hospital in episode 20, "The Man From Gandora". The other good Rock People mistook Rom Stol and his friends as their enemies because Rom had helped Devilrock Clay, but Battlerock ordered his people to stop fighting. After Devilrock Clay died protecting Reina Stol, Battlerock and his Rock People attended the funeral.
A village of Rock People, who resembled Battlerock, Gutstock and Mecharock, lead by the elderly Java, appeared in episode 22, "Rockdon Versus Rockgilen".
Battlerock and Mecharock appeared in episode 25, "Scramble! Land Commander 5". They were seen talking in the city control room while defense against the Gandora is being planned. Battlerock later celebrates the victory of Land Commander 5.
In episode 28, "Tough Trailer - 10 Seconds to Detonation", Battlerock and several similar Rock People helped in the defense of Yamilan City from an attack by Garudi lead Gandora forces.
Battlerock, Gutsrock and Mecharock and several Rock People appeared in episode 29, "Escape From the Underground - Pro Truck Racer Appears!". They aided Rom Stol's forces against magnetic mines, which were not attracted to their stone bodies. The Rock People aided in recovering Tough Trailer when he was trapped underground.
Battlerock-like Rock People helped in the construction of a town in episode 32 "Tears of the Rock People".
In episode 33, "The Lost Ruin - Four Secrets!", Rom Stol's allies retreated to a Rock People village after a Gandora attack. Many of the Rock People residents were Battlerock-like.
Battlerock, Gutsrock and Mecharock defended the Battle Base construction site from the Gandora in episode 34, "Vikung-Fu Disappears in Space".
Battlerock, Gutsrock and Mecharock were among the reinforcements Blue Jet brought in to help save Rubyman from the Gandora in episode 35, "The Secret of the Jewel People".
In episode 36, "Cannon Fury - Save Amberman", Battlerock, Gutsrock and Mecharock welcomed Amberman into the Battle Base forces when he was invited by Rom Stol to join them.
In episode 40, "Secret Valley of the Fossil Men", Battlerock welcomed Gattai Saurer into the Battle Base forces when he was invited by Rom Stol to join them.
In episode 41, "Power Riser - Break Through the Enemy" when Rom attempted to leave in his Power Riser suit to take on the Gandora he was joined by many of his allies, including Battlerock.
Note: When the Rock People first appear in episode 6 they speak a language no one else understands. In their second appearance in episode 14 they do not speak. In their third appearance in episode 20 and in all later episdoes they speak Japanese. Many of the Rock People in Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos look like Battlerock. Battlerock is mentioned by name in episode 20 of the series. It is uncertain if any of the other Rock People appearing in other episodes are actually Battlerock. Battlerock and his look-alikes are depicted with heads colored closer to the Rock Lords Boulder toy.
Machine Robo: Battle Hackers
Battlerock appeared in Machine Robo: Battle Hackers episode 1, "Burning Electronic Planet".
- Bandai Machine Robo MRR-1 Battlerock (1986)
- A new mold by Bandai. Turns from robot to kimberlite rock. Come with his Justice Laser Gun.
- This toy was recolored into Rock Lords Boulder.
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