|“||No! This can't be happening! How can I- "Close Connection?" When did this get here?||”|
— Robot Flower, The Liar Ball You Don't Want
Robot Flower is a contestant on Battle for BFDI. She was one of 30 recommended characters who had a chance at joining BFDI during The Reveal and Reveal Novum. However, she failed to get into the game though, receiving only 11 votes, along with Nonexisty. From Seasons 1-3, she had only said one line throughout the series which happened to be an auto-tuned version of Flower's signature line: "Vote for me or I'll crush you!" Her other names include Mechanical Flower (which later became a character on its own) and Autotune.
Although Robot Flower has a similar appearance to Flower, she is an entirely different person. While she can be selfish and try to be first for things, she can have common sense, and is willing to make sacrifices if it means protecting her friends.
She is a robotic version of Flower, with 5 metal pedals (medals) that seem to function as buttons, as Tennis Ball used them to control Remote in The Liar Ball You Don't Want. Her petals light up when she speaks. She appears to be made entirely of metal, and is covered in bolts. Aside from her gray body, she is colored almost exactly like Flower, and has an auto-tuned voice that sounds like that of Flower. However, unlike her counterpart, Robot Flower’s petals are asymmetrical, and she does not have facial features.
In IDFB, Robot Flower gained thicker outlines around her pink panels.
- Half a Loaf Is Better Than None: Walks into a vat of hydrochloric acid.
- Bowling, Now with Explosions!: Burns to death in a metal box.
- Reveal Novum: Is crushed in the LOL by the sun.
Number of kills: 3
|Character||Number of times killed||Episodes|
|Four||1||Four Goes Too Far (Along with A Better Name Than That and Donut)|
|X||1||Four Goes Too Far (Along with A Better Name Than That and Donut)|
|Remote||1||The Liar Ball You Don't Want (Along with TV)|
- She is made out of paper.
- She has thick outlines
- She has thin limbs.
- She has the same areas colored as Flower.
- She is a clone.
- She is an actual robot.
- She makes the same threats.
- Most of her outline disappears.
- She has more nails.
- It is much more confusing to tell.
- She can actually have the ability to push, as seen in Getting Teardrop to Talk.
- Her middle can turn purple, this detail also has proof in Why Would You Do This On a Swingset.
- Her panels can be used as buttons to communicate with other mechanical things.
In Carykh videosIn the Carykh video "3 neural nets battle to produce the best jazz music", Yellow Cary opened Computery's motherboard to expose 3 neural networks. Robot Flower appeared as a representation for CBLSTM (called cobblestone). She was up first for the battle to make the best jazz music, and she was initially praised for her ability to make indefinitely long jazz piano pieces, along with the way she learned the music algorithms.
Later, Yellow Cary criticizes Robot Flower for making bad and rather dull and simplistic music.
Later, in "AI evolves to compose 3 hours of jazz!", she was listed to once again, and she was put under a crusher for her "awful music."
In that episode, she, along with some other recommended characters, jumped in a vat of hydrochloric acid to retrieve Bally and Marble and the rest of the Announcer's marble collection to get 15 bonus points, but unfortunately, they, along with Robot Flower, failed.
- Robot Flower and Firey Jr. are the only variations of the original characters cast that participate in BFB.
- When flung into the air to the LOL, she sang/yelled Smaller Cap = Less Plastic.
- Robot Flower used to have feet.
- Her body was missing in the BFB intro.
- However, This is fixed in Today's Very Special Episode.
- Her inside can turn purple (as shown in BFB 3).
- Robot Flower, along with Remote, Roboty, and TV, are BFB's four mechanical minds.
- She is the only mechanical mind who has a human voice actor.
- She is the only faceless member in .
- She is one of the 4 "mechanical minds" in BFB.
- She used to have a thick outline.
- Each panel on Robot Flower can be used as buttons.
- Robot Flower can connect to other machines and mechanical minds.
- Robot Flower's legs can move, as shown in The Liar Ball You Don't Want.
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