Bullseye is a Featherweight robot that competed at the first, fourth, and fifth RCG events. It was a silver, four-wheeled, trapezoid-shaped robot armed with a powerful horizontal spinning bar. Bullseye performed decently in competition, only once failing to reach the quarter-finals.
Bullseye also attempted to enter RCG-301, and despite showing up, ultimately did not compete. It also attempted to enter RCG-305, as Bullseye 3. However the robot wasn't done in time, and it was forced to withdraw.
Bullseye's first match was against Dark Thunder II. It lost this match, and was sent to the loser's bracket where it faced Stinger. It lost this match as well, and was eliminated from the competition.
Bullseye's first match ant RCG-303 was against IceMaker. It lost this match by KO after IceMaker tore it apart, and was sent to the loser's bracket where it faced Digital Sentience. It won this match, and advanced to the loser's bracket finals where it faced IceMaker again.
It won this match by KO, and next faced Premium Blend in the Featherweight Final. Despite winning the first match, it lost the second match meaning that Bullseye became the Featherweight runner-up of RCG-303.
RCG-304EditAfter receiving a bye, Bullseye's first match was in the Round of 12 where it faced Schwarztag. It won this match by KO, and advanced to the Quarter-Finals where it faced Anorexia. It lost this match, and was now in the loser's bracket where it faced Sloppy Spelling.
This match started with both robots spinning up to full speed, Bullseye then charged at Sloppy Spelling, but missed and hit the wall. Bullseye then spun back up, and delivered a devastating blow to Sloppy Spelling, ripping internals completely out of the Texan shufflebot.
Sloppy Spelling then stopped moving completely, and tapped out giving Bullseye the win by KO. This put Bullseye in the Semi-Finals where it faced IceMaker once again. It lost by KO, and was eliminated from the competition for the final time.
- Wins: 5
- Losses: 6
- Bullseye still competes to this day, most recently appearing at Motorama 2017, this makes it one of the few LTRC competitors to still be competing.