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  • Metalhead
  • Metalhead
  • Metalhead
  • MetalHead
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  • Description: "The Iron Mask - found deep in a dungeon, no-one knows who forged them, or why." How to acquire: Can be bought from Yulgar's Shop or Blacksmith (Swordhaven) for 5000 gold. Sell Value: 1,250 gold.
  • Metalhead (Metallkopf) ist ein von Krang erschaffener Kampfroboter und zuerst ein Feind, dann ein Freund der Turtles
  • Metalhead (アイアン・ヘッド 4-4 Iron Head 4-4 in Japanese) is the Boss Level for the Beast Makers Homeworld. The level retains its Homeworld appearance of being swampy in appearance, but the boss battle itself takes place inside of a building before moving outside. An important hidden area early on in this level is a small alcove with one bar missing, through which you can glide to reach gems on top of buildings. Continuing through the level, you come to a sloping ramp guarded by a bananaboy, and a dragon at the bottom. Following the ramp takes you to the door of a large, castle-like hall in which the boss battle takes place.
  • Heavy Metal fashion, like most fashion among other subcultures, is used to identify one self as a member of that subculture. The Metalhead typically has either long hair, or is shaven bald and sometimes short hair. Clothing normally includes band T-shirts and denim jeans or army pants. Other accessories that Metalheads may have are leather jackets, spiked gloves or wristbands, denim jackets, etc. Among Power Metal fans, medieval, normally Viking-themed battle gear including armour, war paint, renaissance-style clothing, etc. are common.
  • Metalhead is a robotic Turtle that has a correlation with Krang in most universes. He normally fights on the side of good following Donatello's interference.
  • There are several characters who could be found sporting the similar name of Metalhead: * Metal-Head - the psychotic member of the Iron Grenadiers. * Metalhead - a team member of the G.I. Joe Team.
  • Metalhead is a robot character who appeared in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons and later the comics. This character is unrelated to the superhero Metal Head, who originated in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series.
  • __INDEX__ Metalhead (engl. Metalhead) ist die sechste Folge aus der ersten Staffel der Animationsserie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • "Metalhead" is the sixth episode of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • Metalhead (рус. Металлоголовый, яп. アイアン・ヘッド или Iron Head) — мир с боссом в игре «Spyro the Dragon».
  • It is available at the main safehouses in Gotham City, the Diamond District Police Station or the Burnley Nightclub respectively. It is also available with item level 76 from the Hand of Fate episode content. __TOC__
  • Metalhead is a robot character in Guitar Hero III, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, Guitar Hero World Tour, and Guitar Hero: Metallica. He was originally a warfare artifact hailing from the Soviet Union, but with the end of the Cold War he was reprogrammed to be a guitarist. Doesn't appear in the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, but he is an unlockable character in the Wii and PS2 versions (he, along with Elroy Budvis, can be bought in the Store from the beginning). His movements like the God of Rock, mimic Axel Steel. When you buy him, he comes with Metalhead's Molotov, a laser gun with 6 strings attached.
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Season
  • 1
Attack
  • 120
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Row 9 info
  • Various
Row 8 info
  • Fighting Mastery
Heimat
  • Versteck der Turtles, New York City
Row 4 info
  • The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Größe
  • ca. 1 Meter
  • ca. 2,10 Meter
Augenfarbe
  • Rot
  • Hellblau
Row 7 title
  • Powers
Geschlecht
  • männlich
Row 1 info
  • Metalhead
изображение
  • 250
Row 8 title
  • Skills and Abilities
Dislikes
  • Running out of batteries, lameness , Fembot
Row 4 title
  • Team Affliations
Row 9 title
  • Tools and Weapons
игра
Row 2 info
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles , "The Making of Metalhead"
Row 6 info
  • New York City
Giftable
  • Non-Giftable
Waffen
  • diverse eingebaute Hightechwaffen
Row 1 title
  • Real Name
Beruf
  • Hausmädchen
  • Robotersoldat
Fähigkeiten
  • Kampffähigkeiten
еда
  • Курицы
Row 5 info
  • None
Row 2 title
  • First Appearance
Row 6 title
  • Base of Operations
Dragons
  • 1
Row 5 title
  • Aliases
Row 3 info
  • David Wise, Peter Laird
Row 3 title
  • Creators
Spezies
  • Roboter
Zugehörigkeit
Row 7 info
  • Powerful Robotic Body, Super Strength and Endurance
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Number
  • 6
Defense
  • 170
Box Title
  • Metalhead
Date
  • 2012-01-14
Enemy
Gems
  • 500
Likes
  • Ray Guys, Lasers, Video Games
Series
Appearance
Name
  • Metalhead
  • Metalhead
Genre
  • Industrial Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative Metal, Industrial Metal
Type
  • Henchmen
Airdate
  • 2012-10-27
First
  • Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
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гемы
  • 500
тип мира
домашняя локация
драконы
  • 1
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Production
  • 106
Species
Image size
  • 250
Homeworld
Quality
  • Rare
PREV
Board
  • Firing ray guns
Place
  • Metalhead
Image File
  • Metalhead.jpg
Source
NEXT
Writer
  • Tom Alvarado
Director
  • Juan Jose Meza-Leon
Bild
  • 250
Erstauftritt
  • "The Making of Metalhead"
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Medien
следующая
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  • Description: "The Iron Mask - found deep in a dungeon, no-one knows who forged them, or why." How to acquire: Can be bought from Yulgar's Shop or Blacksmith (Swordhaven) for 5000 gold. Sell Value: 1,250 gold.
  • Metalhead (Metallkopf) ist ein von Krang erschaffener Kampfroboter und zuerst ein Feind, dann ein Freund der Turtles
  • Metalhead (アイアン・ヘッド 4-4 Iron Head 4-4 in Japanese) is the Boss Level for the Beast Makers Homeworld. The level retains its Homeworld appearance of being swampy in appearance, but the boss battle itself takes place inside of a building before moving outside. An important hidden area early on in this level is a small alcove with one bar missing, through which you can glide to reach gems on top of buildings. Continuing through the level, you come to a sloping ramp guarded by a bananaboy, and a dragon at the bottom. Following the ramp takes you to the door of a large, castle-like hall in which the boss battle takes place.
  • Heavy Metal fashion, like most fashion among other subcultures, is used to identify one self as a member of that subculture. The Metalhead typically has either long hair, or is shaven bald and sometimes short hair. Clothing normally includes band T-shirts and denim jeans or army pants. Other accessories that Metalheads may have are leather jackets, spiked gloves or wristbands, denim jackets, etc. Among Power Metal fans, medieval, normally Viking-themed battle gear including armour, war paint, renaissance-style clothing, etc. are common.
  • Metalhead is a robotic Turtle that has a correlation with Krang in most universes. He normally fights on the side of good following Donatello's interference.
  • There are several characters who could be found sporting the similar name of Metalhead: * Metal-Head - the psychotic member of the Iron Grenadiers. * Metalhead - a team member of the G.I. Joe Team.
  • Metalhead is a robot character who appeared in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoons and later the comics. This character is unrelated to the superhero Metal Head, who originated in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book series.
  • __INDEX__ Metalhead (engl. Metalhead) ist die sechste Folge aus der ersten Staffel der Animationsserie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • "Metalhead" is the sixth episode of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • Metalhead (рус. Металлоголовый, яп. アイアン・ヘッド или Iron Head) — мир с боссом в игре «Spyro the Dragon».
  • Metalhead is a robot character in Guitar Hero III, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, Guitar Hero World Tour, and Guitar Hero: Metallica. He was originally a warfare artifact hailing from the Soviet Union, but with the end of the Cold War he was reprogrammed to be a guitarist. Doesn't appear in the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, but he is an unlockable character in the Wii and PS2 versions (he, along with Elroy Budvis, can be bought in the Store from the beginning). His movements like the God of Rock, mimic Axel Steel. He has a bulky iron body, with wheeled feet and an acrylic dome for a head. Inside of it, he "wears" a military cap and sunglasses. His appearance however drastically changed in Guitar Hero: World Tour, when he was upgraded. He transformed from a 1950's looking military robot guitarist into a modern robot that had a neversoft vest on with jeans. He also stopped playing his molotov guitar and used regular guitars instead. When you buy him, he comes with Metalhead's Molotov, a laser gun with 6 strings attached. He was also announced for the PS3 version, likely as downloadable content. In Aerosmith, he has four new costumes; a Budcat (PS3/Xbox 360 exclusive), Wisionsbot (Wii/PS2 exclusive), Gumball, and Mr. Pineal. In Legends Of Rock: his costumes are; his normal costume, TV Head, Marx (freaky brain thing), and Super-Roboto (A giant toy robot). Curiously, Metalhead resembles the robot used to represent "The Metal" during live concerts of the song "The Metal."
  • It is available at the main safehouses in Gotham City, the Diamond District Police Station or the Burnley Nightclub respectively. It is also available with item level 76 from the Hand of Fate episode content. __TOC__
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