QQQ as he appeared in F-Zero GX
Name QQQ
Age Unknown
Occupation Robot, Racer
Machine Rolling Turtle
First Appeared F-Zero GX, F-Zero AX

QQQ is a robot drone that was originally built in the 29th century to be used for safely discovering and discarding landmines(which lends to the obvious fact that his body frame is extra fortified). He was originally discovered by Phoenix in an intergalactic waste-management facility, after being mysteriously thrown away, and was personally repaired by him in order to be his partner in the field of time patrol(since QQQ possesses the ability to traverse time without the use of an exterior time machine). Unfortunately, due to being damaged after getting thrown away, QQQ's internal memory server was damaged and he has absolutely no recollection how to tap into his inner time-traveling ability. Despite this, Phoenix used his Rainbow Phoenix to take him and QQQ back to the 27th century in order to undergo a current mission, where he personally built a machine for QQQ to race alongside him in, the Rolling Turtle. Even though allowing a pure robotic drone to race in the F-Zero was looked down upon by many organic pilots, QQQ was allowed to enter at Phoenix's behest. He was able to successfully adapt to the races' rough and tricky nature by carefully analyzing Captain Falcon's racing technique and download it to his hardware in order to emulate it to his advantage.

QQQ as he appeared in an F-Zero TV interview

[edit] F-Zero GX

In the most recent console-based title, QQQ is featured as a special character who can only be unlocked after successfully completing one of the game's nine StoryMode chapters on the Very Hard setting. This character was originally featured as an exclusively selectable pilot from the get-go in F-Zero AX, the reformatted arcade version of F-Zero GX. Even though he's technically an emotionless robotic drone, QQQ is shown to be a rather nervous and apprehensive being with a respectably modest attitude.

Last edited by DXD on 2 January 2011 at 00:32
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