Part Goat-Man, Part Machine, All Heroic Warrior.
Origin: One of Tri-Klops' experiments with cybernetics, the one called RoboGoat has a tragic story. Once, RoboGoat was an innocent Goat-Child named Baa'Muth who lived in a small village of Goat-Men that bordered the Eternian Jungle. Since it was near the Dark Hemisphere, that village was the first to fall to Skeletor's minions. Baa'Muth was the lone survivor, but ended up having his face scarred from the fire. When he woke up, he found himself the guinea pig of Tri-Klops' nightmarish experiments with cybernetic enhancements. But during an internal power struggle between Jitsu's band of rebels and Evil-Lyn's loyalists in the wake of Skeletor's departure, Baa'Muth escaped from Snake Mountain during said confusion and hid in the Eternian Jungle to evade being tracked down by his de facto creator. Had it not been for a wandering Palace Guard stumbling onto the cyborg's hiding place, he would've starved. Grateful to Eternos for saving him from a fate worse than death, he now serves under the leadership of Delora in the wake of Stratos' death, having renamed himself the RoboGoat.
Personality: Curious and outgoing, RoboGoat is hardly the picky type. He is eager to try anything new, showing great enthusiasm and tenacity in the face of danger. He is also quite compassionate, especially toward most animals. Yet despite his enthusiasm, RoboGoat suffers extreme claustrophobia and refuses to go anywhere near the Dark Hemisphere out of fear of being captured and experimented on by Tri-Klops or the other Evil Masters.
Strengths: As a Goat-Man, RoboGoat is capable of traversing harsh terrain on foot. He can climb sheer cliffsides with barely any difficulty, and his lungs are capable of breathing the thin air of most mountain ranges. His cybernetic arm has two configurations; blaster and power gauntlet. In addition, he possesses enhanced senses of sight, hearing and smell, especially when scouting.
Weaknesses: Thanks to a chip installed in his combat mechanism by Tri-Klops, RoboGoat is incapable of harming either Tri-Klops or Evil-Lyn. Without proper maintenance, his arm cannon and targeting computer can malfunction after prolonged use. Despite possessing an impressive arsenal, RoboGoat still possesses the mind of a child, and as such is unable to grasp concepts like death.
Here's what he looks like: Screen Shot 2014-12-31 at 11.21.33 pm.png
Last edited by Joker95; December 31, 2014 at 08:23am.
Top Ten MOTUC wants: Sagitar, Great Black Wizard, Fang-or, Dragstor, Peekablue, Skeletor's Skeleton Warriors, Despara, Evil Seed (all era) w/Odiphus, Illumina w/Sleetah, Lady Slither