Trionicborg Is A Robot From The Robot Universe. In This Universe, There Are Male And Female Robots. Trionicborg Is A Male Robot With Human Like Features Having Two Arms And Legs, A Face And Teeth. He Stands Up Right And Had Large Claws Made For Grabbing Objects. He Is Red With Gray On His Claws And Posterior. He Has A Special Ability Called "Losing Streak" And Served As The First Ever Antigonist Of The Series.

In Smash Bros:

He Is An Unlockable Character That Can Be Only Be Obtained With A Robot Device, Or The Ancient Turtle(s) In The Series. This Feature Was Only Available In The 2006-2010 Series And Up In 2010 First. As The First Ever Antagonist, He Was A Boss Controlling A League Of Other Betrayers (Team Evil) That Were Brainwashed By Him To Believe That Pete's Smash Bros Would Soon Come To An End In 2000 (Or Y2K). This League Was To Stop Pete And Make Him Free All His Toys. Unfortunately They (Team Evil) Failed And Were Scattered All Across The World So That They Could Never Be United. He Had Been Taken Out By His Younger Brother Bionicborg.

He Would Be Freed Later On By Another Antigonist, His Brother's Pawn Who Was To Be Looking For New Recruites. Unfortunately It Had Been Eight Years Since The Incident And He Still Believed That Pete Was Evil. But Pete Had Grown Up. So He Mistaked Christian For Pete. There He Would Fight His Brother Who Had Taken His Team's Name. In The Fight Scene Both Teams New And Old Go Head To Head Against Each Other. Depending On What Version Is Available, Proves The Winner. He Relater Took The Name Team Evil 2. Later They Join Forces To Take Out Christian But All Fail.

Known Attacks:

  • Clamp
  • Laser Eyes
  • Self Destruct
  • Rebuild
  • Flamethrower
  • Ultrakick
  • Fire Spikes
  • Bite
  • Headbutt
  • Exhaust

Final Smash:

  • Trionicborg Is One Of The Few People Who Does Not Have A Final Smash. Instead His Special Ability Grows His Attacks Stronger Throughout Battle.

In Total Drama:

His Ability And Performance Depends Entirely On His Team. If His Team Wins Lots Of Challenges He Is A Poor Player. If His Team Loses A Lot, He Is A High Performer. And The Same Goes For Individual Challenges.

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