Name: Amplifister

Title/Nickname: The Bass-Fisted Bot

Generation: 4

Bot Type: Demon Wall

Armor: 100/100

Power: 76/100

Special: 104/100

Status: Online


Origin: Canada

Weight: 2168lbs

Height: 8'6"

Special Feature: Inbuilt Sound System

Signature Moves: Subwoofer, Volume Displacer

Opening Line: "This bot's got records; Amp it up for, Amplifister!"

Winning Line: "It seems that Amplifister has left his tracks all over    (name of opponent)   , claiming yet another win!"

Special Move Descriptions:

Subwoofer: Amplifister drills his opponent with low jabs, ending in a double uppercut.

Volume Displacer: Amplifister slams into the opponent with his body weight, sending them tumbling backwards, before smashing their body with both fists.


Amplifister is fairly heavy for his size, but his specially dessigned power core outputs twice as much energy as normal, speeding him up. He is mostly white and some parts are scratched from his early battles. He has gone through some wear and tear, made obvious by the rust on some of his exposed armor plating. He has no real "face", having been replaced by two horseshoe-shaped neon lights, forming a figure 8. He has a red glow to him and squarish fists with vents on his outer wrists. He has various piping here and there and inbuilt speakers to wow the audience mid-battle. His name comes from three words: Amp (electrical unit), Amplifier (part of a sound system) and fist.


After HarmOnium moved to Canada, they realised that robots based on greek mythology might seem out of place. Instead, they made bots that looked cool and dished out major amounts of damage. Decker was their first foray into Generation 4 robot building (Argus was upgraded to a G4, not built as one). Decker's victories were followed by his three successors, Shatterfist, SyncShock and BeatBoxer, all built with a sleek and efficient design in mind. To counter these bots, Canadian manufacturer NorthWave.Co designed Amplifister and the triplets (Sydeline, Focal and Skirmish). Amplifister was a hit and the triplets followed after. All four used the same type of power core, but modified to suit their bot types and build.

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