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Machine Robo character
Bloodyrock toy in box
First appearance

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 38, "Raise Your Gun Helitranser", March 26, 1987
Created by

Japanese name

Release number

Species Rock People
Occupation Warrior


Alternate mode

Space chromium rock

Bloodyrock is a fictional character from the Machine Robo series. He is one of the evil Rock People and a Gandora warrior introduced in 1986.

Machine Robo

Bloodyrock is one of the evil Rock People who works for the Gandora. He has a furious temper. His weapon of choice is his Heat Axe, although he has also carried a Plasma Thunder Mace similar to that used by Doublerock. He can turn into a large space chromium rock which can roll at high speeds. He can pass though solid rock with ease. Because of his mechanoid nature, Bloodyrock does not need to breath oxygen. Like most Rock People he is probably immune to the effect of acid and magnetic fields which adversely affect metal mechanoids. He stands 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 1.06 tons.


Animated series

Bloodyrock and Ashura in Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 38, "Raise Your Gun Helitranser"

In Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos episode 38, "Raise Your Gun Helitranser", Amazonrock, Bloodyrock, Devilrock, Doublerock and Geigerrock were part of a large Gandora team lead by Ashura that ambushed Rom Stol and his allies.[1]

In episode 39, "Full Power Wheelmen!", Amazonrock, Bloodyrock and Sandrock attacked F-1 Jack in the desert, but were thwarted when Rom Stol and Pro Truck Racer came to his rescue.[2]

Bloodyrock was last seen in episode 43, "Mighty Fortress, Heavenly Sword - Jet Don't Die!". He serves as a gunner on the Varigale-X and shot the Rock Commander piloted by Crossrock from the sky.[3]

Note: The one time Bloodyrock is depicted using a weapon it is the one that comes with the Doublerock toy. His rock mode is depicted as a featureless round red stone, unlike the toy, which is a slab with a face on it. In his second appearance his eyes were depicted as glowing when he talked, his mouth remaining still, but in all other appearances he talked by using his mouth and his eyes did not glow.


  • Bandai Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos MRGR-5 Bloodyrock (1986)
Turns from robot to rock. Comes with his Heat Axe.
This toy was released as Rock Lords Brimstone by Tonka.



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