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The Death City Robot is a robot and Demon Tool created by Joe Buttataki and used by Death to fight against Arachnophobia and allow him to bypass his limitation of being unable to participate in battles outside Death City.[1]

DescriptionEdit

The Death City Robot is a powerful demon tool, with the combine might of many other Demon Tools. Death used this creation, in which is solely rooted to his soul, in order to participate in the Battle with Arachnopobia.[1]

It is controlled from the Secret Vault, in which acts as it's control room and extends even into the Death Room. Magic mirrors provide the screen, fitting the theme of Death and mirrors.[1]

EquipmentEdit

"BREW" ("BREW"(ブリュー), Buryū): A major component of the Death City Robot that allow it to be animated. Although it was stated that it was possible to doing so without "BREW", there was no guarantee that it would work without this Demon Tool.[1]

Shinigami Powers (死神の力, Shinigami no Chikara): When used by Death, the Death City Robot can be taken over by the Death God. This allows him to effectively take control of entire robot.[1]

Eternal Spring (永久弾機, Eikyū Zenmai): The Eternal Spring allows the Death City Robot to possess an unlimited power source.[1]

Protective Outer Shell: The outer shell is nearly impervious, able to resist the lasers from the Baba Yaga Robot in which is power by Asura's Madness Wavelength.[1]

Jets: Similar to Shinigami Jets, Jets are attatched to the Robot and allow it to perform jumps and hover in the air.[1]

Episode 47 - Death City Robot smaller hands and arms

Death City Robot's smaller hands.

Death's Gloves: The Death City Robot possess larger versions of Death's Gloves, enabling it for offensive maneuvers, grabs, and even special techniques. Additionally, each finger possess an array of smaller arms and hands to grab smaller targets. It is strong enough to hold Asura long enough to be devoured into the Death Room.[1]

WeaknessesEdit

Whatever damage done to the robot is felt by the pilot while hes in on the controls from the electrical feedback given due to damage.[1]

List of techniquesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Soul Eater Anime: Episode 47