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Robosa Side

Robosa Behind

Robosa Walk

Robosa SysOL

Robosa Malfunction

Robosa Broken

Species Robot
Gender N/A
Age N/A
Fur Color Orange
Home Lavasteam
Role Miner
Last Known Status Alive
Game(s) Dtl2LogoThumb



Robosa are robots resembling Raposa in Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter. The Robosa were originally made to help the miners of Lavasteam and were re-programmed by Miney to force the miners to work harder. Robosa take orders through voice commands from whoever controls them using the master key. Robosa also have an emergency fail-safe in case of catastrophic failure in the form of a giant lever. Once the control panel with the lever is unlocked with a key, the head mechanic may remotely shut down all active Robosa.

TowerIcon Appearance Edit

The upper half of a Robosa greatly resembles that of a Raposa, keeping their characteristic ears and average height. Their lower half is built more like a mining machine with a bucket (or scoop) used to hold and move resources and with continuous tracks allowing the Robosa to move. The head is gray, like its body, with a golden-yellow trim on the corners. A wind-up key can be seen spinning in the back of a Robosa.

Book Icon StoryEdit

Before the villagers of Turtle Rock arrived in Lavasteam it is learned that Salem manipulated Miney into using the Robosa to make the other miners work harder and to make himself become king. A little while later after more Color is restored Miney overloads the Robosa with commands causing them to break down and go berserk. The only way to shut down the rogue Robosa is by finding Key, their creator.

Question TriviaEdit

  • Broken Robosa can be seen within some Lavasteam levels.
  • The eyes on a Robosa are likely used as lights.
  • Robosa speak in a sort of code that consists of dots and dashes, akin to Morse code. Putting Robosa output into a Morse code translator yields in gibberish, usually two letters e.g. "MR" or "SV".
  • Their heads resemble the wrench from Lock's Quest.
  • If the player tries to interact with the Robosa right after they shut down, a textbox will appear saying, "The Robosa doesn't respond. It seems completely deactivated."

PaintingIcon MediaEdit

Raposa Village BubbaCindiCookieCount ChocoCrazy BarksCricket
Dr. CureFarmer BrownGalileoHeatherIndeeIsaac
JoweeMariMayorMikeMyaNavyJPirate Beard
SamuelTubbaUnagiWilfreZsashaGeneric Raposa
Watersong AlphonseAntoinetteConstanceDesireeFerdinandFlorence
Rose's ButlerSalemSebastienSockVeroniqueYvonne
Lavasteam BernardChandiceCherryCrazy DiggzEllenFlint
Galactic Jungle AkamuClickIolaniKaiheKamalahMoaniHoakaS.P.U.D.

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