INDIGO DRAGON VS LIT­TLE BEELZEBUB

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Sparks quite lit­er­ally flew as Indigo Dragon went up against Lit­tle Beelzebub in the same cham­pi­onship tour­na­ment. Lit­tle Beelzebub was a com­pact and sturdy bot, flat. square, with four wheels and an an­gled front al­low­ing it to scoop up its op­po­nents. Indigo Dragon had a chunky hor­i­zon­tal ro­tat­ing blade around a pil­lar at its front, just a cen­time­ter or so off the ground to dam­age the base of any op­po­nent. Lit­tle Beelzebub suc­ceeded, for a time, in ram­ming Indigo Dragon, then car­ry­ing its help­less op­po­nent for sev­eral sec­onds. Af­ter Indigo Dragon slipped off the top of the ro­bot, the two cir­cled one an­other, be­fore a head-on dash. Lit­tle Beelzebub was ar­guably far more dam­aged by the en­counter—its front wheel hit Indigo Dragon's blade square on. and chunks of tat­tered wheel were strewn about the arena. Indigo Dragon, how­ever, was flipped onto its back—a knock­out blow, giv­ing the win to Lit­tle Beelzebub, de­spite its man­gled front.

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