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Doctor Meta-Evil has unleashed his ultimate weapon - the colossal Medabot, Babby-Blue! But Doctor Aki is ready this time - after the las time Meta-Evil played the giant Medabot card, he had a Giant Metabee constructed. Metabee is unable to generate enough power to mobilise his giant likeness, and realises that they need - ""More Medabots, More Power!"" Brass, Peppercat, Neutranurse, Sumilidon, Totalizer, Kantaroth and Cyandog all board the Giant Metabee and help to pilot it into battle with Babby-Blue, in a submission robattle refereed by Mr. Referee, who's determination has been restored by the peddler. But even this combination of strength can't breach Babby-Blue's forcefield. Metabee's determination to win draws on the power of the medals of Medabots from all over, unlocking the dormant power within all medals, both rare and clone. A Medaforce blast generated by this energy shatters Babby-Blue's forcefield, but fails to damage the Medabot itself. Metabee knows what he has to do to win
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Medabots from 2 votes.
The Rubber Robo Gang tries to steal a rare medal from the Medabot Corporation. Inside, the Rubber Robo Gang steals Belzega, a Medabot that has one-hit-beats-him attack. Dr. Aki, realizing that the Rubber Robo Gang wants all the rare medals of the world, appoints the Phantom Renegade to protect them.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Medabots from 11 votes.
Team Japan's day off goes in unsuspected ways when Dr Aki insists that he check out why Sumilodon was able to use the Medaforce. Leaving Koji behind, Ikki and Erika head off in search of Team Iceland to check out the competition, but Erika soon falls in love with team leader Belmont. When Belmont falls ill saving Erika, she feels guilty that he might not be able to compete and pleads with Victor to postpone the match but he refuses. The match goes on as planned and although Belmont fights valiantly, Warbandit is too powerful and Team kenya wins the second place in the finals, taking Orkamar's medal as their prize. While Belmont mourns the loss, Ikki vows to win back the medal by defeating Victor in the finals, however Brass tries to explain that Warbandit told her that Victor does not want to take the medals, but is doing it for another reason.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Medabots from 2 votes.
As the finals of the WRC begin, Miss Caviar (as Space Medafighter X) heats things by making a special announcement to the head of the Medabot Corporation, Seaslug. If Team Japan wins the Cup, then Seaslug must quite the Rubberrobos, however if Team Kenya wins, Miss Caviar will join the Robos. As the robattle begins, both teams are on top form and it looks like it could be anyone's game. But as the two teams fight on, Medabots are destroyed one-by-one until only Metabee and Warbandit are left. A crushing blow from Warbandit almost destroys Metabee and in the process fries Ikki's medawatch. Certain that he has won, Victor prepares to leave the stage, but Metabee refuses to give up, summoning the Medaforce to eliminate his opponent. But when Warbandit also summons the Medaforce, the two blasts hit each other head on and the stadium is filled with light...
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Medabots from 2 votes.
The violent combination of Metabee and Warbandit's Medaforce blasts shakes the whole stadium, as, far beneath the arena, Rokusho and the Phantom Renegade discover that the Rubberrobo Gang's hideout has been beneath the Medadome all along. They discover a massive resonating antenna, and the Phantom recognises the truth, racing to tell Doctor Aki while Rokusho takes on a team of Whitesords. Warbandit and Metabee, meanwhile, appear caught in a state of suspended animation, and, in a dream state, deep in the recess of his own mind, Metabee sees a world devastated by war. Victor and Ikki bring their Medabots around, but the strength of their robattle spirit is affect both their medals, and the medals of all the other Medabots around them - and the Phantom Renegade suddenly appears to explain why! The entire stadium is a gigantic resonance device, harnessing the energies of the rare medals and spreading it's effect to all the medals within. The Phantom warns that if the battle does not stop,
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Medabots from 2 votes.
In the year 2122, a young boy named Ikki does not have a Medabot while everybody else does.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Medabots from 24 votes.
Ikki and Metabee have to decide what to do. Do they want to make the rankings for the Medabots Ro-Battle Championships or does he want to save his mom?
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Medabots from 6 votes.
Metabee finds himself in a paradise... a world of Medabots, but no humans, where a Medabot who is apparently Brass calls him ""Kyuumu."" Doctor Meta-Evil reveals that he thinks of himself as a Medabot, having cybernetically enhanced his body. Then, he delivers the ultimate revelation... Eons ago, the beings that we now know as Medabots were the rulers of the Earth. But they were obsessed with battle and war - to evolve and fight, they modified their bodies into robotic, metal, armored forms. But their war decimated both their race and the world, and so the survivors encoded their minds into small metallic hexagons - Medals - so that when the world was returned to life, they might live again, too. But when this race was returned to life, they were no longer what they had been - now they were Medabots. It is within his own memories of this past time that Metabee's mind now resides, as he and Rokusho's former self battle each other as generals of opposing armies. Metabee is forced to kill R
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Medabots from 3 votes.
Rokusho meets Ainsley, a woman that lost her husband in a war, and they start to become friends.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Medabots from 8 votes.
Rokusho finds out that Dr. Aki was the one that set fire to Dr. Hushi's house and Rokusho gets very angry. Metabee tries to protect Dr. Aki and has to Ro-Battle Rokusho. When Metabee is about to win, Rokusho uses the 'Medaforce' to pummel Metabee into oblivion.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Medabots from 8 votes.
Dr. Meta-Evil's super strong bot, the Robo-Emperor, starts wreaking havoc and Rokusho gets kidnapped by the Rubber Robo Gang and is taken to a ship where they hope to get a rare medal. Ikki finds more info on rare medals and discovers that Dr. Hushi was the first to find out that the Medaforce comes from a Medabot's rare medal.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Medabots from 8 votes.
In Ikki's neighborhood, a cart from Osaka that sells fried octopus balls sets up shop. Despite their good taste, Ikki voices his discontent, since he is a connoisseur of fried octopus balls. Natalie was upset and stayed up all night trying to perfect her recipe. The next day, she was enjoying a good crowd around her cart and again Ikki stopped by to taste her product. Unfortunately, he was once again not satisfied by the taste. Giving Natalie Ikki's attention and valuable advice, Natalie does not get upset, but instead falls in love with Ikki. Natalie is greatly troubled when she finds out that Ikki is ranked third in the nation of all Medafighters. Natalie must decide between her affection for Ikki, and her desire to eliminate him from the competition so she can compete in the World Robattle Tournament and promote her father's fried octopus ball recipe. Very distracted by the smell of fried octopus balls, Ikki almost loses a Robattle to the Clam-Type Octoclam Medabot.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Medabots from 5 votes.
A snow storm causes the school to be closed. Ikki and Erika are having a snowball fight with the Screws, and don't hear the no-school announcement. Still thinking they have school, Ikki, Erika, and the Screws all report to school and are surprised to find no one there.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Medabots from 6 votes.
After seeing Ikki and Metabee use the Medaforce, Koji decides to train harder than ever to be prepared in case he ever has to face it. Space Medafighter X shows up to help him learn a special technique, the "Shadow Sword", which will help him to do this.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Medabots from 7 votes.
It is time for the 10th Annual Medabot Citywide Ro-Battle. Ikki and Metabee want to enter but of course they can't get along and Metabee refuses to listen to Ikki in the Ro-Battles. They both manage to get to the finals anyway but the final test is Koji and Sumilidon. Can Ikki and Metabee get a grip and defeat Koji and Sumilidon. Find out in Part 2.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Medabots from 8 votes.
As the story returns to where it left off last episode, we see the mysterious Medabot reveal itself. It is a KBT type, Arcbeetle, and it belongs to the number 1 Medafighter in Japan, Space Medafighter X. Space Medafighter X challenges Shrimpy Lipowitz and wins easily, winning back Ikki's medal. As he returns the medal, he lectures Ikki that he should never fight for medals, only medaparts.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Medabots from 7 votes.
The Rubbe Robo Gang swoops down and bot-naps Metabee. Because he is exhausted, he cannot fight back. They take Metabee to their secret hideout by helicopter.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Medabots from 6 votes.
Dr. Meta-Evil uses Metabee's medal to control every Medabot in the world! Brass starts to attack Erika and Karin and Kantaroth starts attacking Rintaro and his group. Dr. Meta Evil was once Dr. Hushi's assistant. Dr. Hushi found out the power of the rare medals and he wanted to destroy all his research and findings, but Dr. Meta-Evil stole the information to use it for evil.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Medabots from 6 votes.
Samantha has a hard choice to make. Give up Ro-Battling, so she could stay with her "true love" (who doesn't like Medabots) or forget about him and continue as a Medafighter. She decides to quit Ro-Batting for Nathan, who doesn't like Medafighters because he lost to Samantha years ago. Now, Samantha has an even harder decision to make. Will she lose on purpose to regain her true love's spirit back?
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Medabots from 5 votes.
As Team Japan prepares for their fourth round match against Team Sweden, Ikki, Koji and Sloane (Space Medafighter X) are all infatuated by the three beautiful girls that make up the team. As Spyke and the girls try to snap them out of it, it seems like there is nothing they can do to get the guys to practice. When the match begins, it seems like Team Sweden is in for an easy victory, until the Phantom Renegade reveals that Team Sweden are actually male Rubberrobo Gang members dressed up like beautiful women. Furious that they have been tricked so easily, Metabee wipes out his opponents using the Medaforce, taking Team Japan through to the final eight.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Medabots from 2 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
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