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(Japanese game bio writes his name out as キュースリー in katakana, thus it's pronounced "Q-Three" (like CC in Code Geass), not "Q-Q-Q")
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{{PilotTab|QQQ|QQQ GX-AX Icon.png|Rolling Turtle GX-AX Icon.png}}
 
{{F-Zero characters
 
{{F-Zero characters
 
|name=QQQ
 
|name=QQQ
|image=[[Image:QQQ.jpg|250px]]
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|image=<tabber>
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|-|Main = [[File:QQQ P1.png]]
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|-|Color 2 = [[File:QQQ P2.png]]
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|-|Color 3 = [[File:QQQ P3.png]]
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|-|Color 4 = [[File:QQQ P4.png]]
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</tabber>
 
|caption=
 
|caption=
 
|machine=[[Rolling Turtle]]
 
|machine=[[Rolling Turtle]]
|firstgame=
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|age=Unknown
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|gender=Unknown
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|firstgame=[[F-Zero AX]] (2003)
 
|creator=
 
|creator=
 
|voiceactor= <br />
 
|voiceactor= <br />
 
'''Video Games''' - Jack Merluzzi <small>(GX)</small><br />
 
'''Video Games''' - Jack Merluzzi <small>(GX)</small><br />
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|Theme = [[File:QQQ Theme (GX).ogg|centre]]
 
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* Age: Unknown
 
* Sex: Unknown
 
   
'''QQQ''' is a junk robot that was found buried in a scrap pile in a galactic waste-management facility. It's still unclear why it was discarded there but it was coincidentally picked up from the heap and repaired by a very able space-police detective named Phoenix and quickly became his partner. Its original purpose was for land mine detection and disposal, meaning that it possesses a very durable body. In its time period of the 29th century, the robot's construction was considered obsolete. However its AI is considerably advanced for any time period before the 29th century, and especially so in the 27th century.
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'''QQQ''' is a junk robot that was found buried within a scrap pile in a galactic waste-management facility. It's still unclear why it was discarded there but it was coincidentally picked up from the heap and repaired by a very able space-police detective named Phoenix and quickly became his partner. Its original purpose was for land mine detection and disposal, meaning that it possesses a very durable body. In its time period of the 29th century, the robot's construction was considered obsolete. However, its AI is considerably advanced for any time period before the 29th century, and especially so in the 27th century.
   
 
It was repaired by Phoenix who aimed to use him as mission support. The robot has the necessary navigation hardware to traverse time as well, though the damage caused when it was discarded has made it impossible for it to use it. Until it is repaired, it has accompanied Phoenix in his mission, which means entering the F-Zero Grand Prix to help prevent a possible universe-changing event that is due to occur. In order to win, it has analyzed Captain Falcon's racing data and put it to use.
 
It was repaired by Phoenix who aimed to use him as mission support. The robot has the necessary navigation hardware to traverse time as well, though the damage caused when it was discarded has made it impossible for it to use it. Until it is repaired, it has accompanied Phoenix in his mission, which means entering the F-Zero Grand Prix to help prevent a possible universe-changing event that is due to occur. In order to win, it has analyzed Captain Falcon's racing data and put it to use.
   
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[[File:Rolling_Turtle.gif|thumb|left|200x200px|Rolling Turtle in ''F-Zero GX'']]
 
QQQ is tortured by the knowledge that some very important data lies somewhere in its AI programming, since the robot was damaged when it was thrown away, its memory cannot currently access it. The truth of the mystery data is this: QQQ was brought from the future by Phoenix and has the necessary navigation hardware needed to traverse time. However if its AI is not repaired (thereby restoring its memory), it will never be able to return to the future.
 
QQQ is tortured by the knowledge that some very important data lies somewhere in its AI programming, since the robot was damaged when it was thrown away, its memory cannot currently access it. The truth of the mystery data is this: QQQ was brought from the future by Phoenix and has the necessary navigation hardware needed to traverse time. However if its AI is not repaired (thereby restoring its memory), it will never be able to return to the future.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Qqq drinking.png
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</gallery>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
 
*QQQ is the only character that drives with part of his body outside the F-Zero machine.
 
*QQQ is the only character that drives with part of his body outside the F-Zero machine.
*His name is pronounced "Q-3", as depicted on his chestplate.
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*Its name is pronounced "Q3", as depicted on its chest plate.
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==Site Navigation==
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{{Pilot Table (F-Zero GX/AX)}}
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{{Character succession
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{{Pilots}}
|prevnum=38
 
|prevracer=[[PJ]]
 
|currnum=39
 
|currracer=QQQ
 
|nextnum=40
 
|nextracer=[[Phoenix]]
 
|}}
 
 
[[Category:Pilots]]
 
[[Category:Pilots]]
 
[[Category:Robots]]
 
[[Category:Robots]]
 
[[Category:Cyborgs]]
 
[[Category:Cyborgs]]
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[[Category:F-Zero GX Pilots]]
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[[Category:Genderless Characters]]

Latest revision as of 19:57, July 31, 2020

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QQQ is a junk robot that was found buried within a scrap pile in a galactic waste-management facility. It's still unclear why it was discarded there but it was coincidentally picked up from the heap and repaired by a very able space-police detective named Phoenix and quickly became his partner. Its original purpose was for land mine detection and disposal, meaning that it possesses a very durable body. In its time period of the 29th century, the robot's construction was considered obsolete. However, its AI is considerably advanced for any time period before the 29th century, and especially so in the 27th century.

It was repaired by Phoenix who aimed to use him as mission support. The robot has the necessary navigation hardware to traverse time as well, though the damage caused when it was discarded has made it impossible for it to use it. Until it is repaired, it has accompanied Phoenix in his mission, which means entering the F-Zero Grand Prix to help prevent a possible universe-changing event that is due to occur. In order to win, it has analyzed Captain Falcon's racing data and put it to use.

Rolling Turtle

Rolling Turtle in F-Zero GX

QQQ is tortured by the knowledge that some very important data lies somewhere in its AI programming, since the robot was damaged when it was thrown away, its memory cannot currently access it. The truth of the mystery data is this: QQQ was brought from the future by Phoenix and has the necessary navigation hardware needed to traverse time. However if its AI is not repaired (thereby restoring its memory), it will never be able to return to the future.

GalleryEdit

AppearancesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • QQQ is the only character that drives with part of his body outside the F-Zero machine.
  • Its name is pronounced "Q3", as depicted on its chest plate.

Site NavigationEdit



F-Zero Pilots
Introduced in F-Zero
Captain Falcon - Dr. Stewart - Pico - Samurai Goroh
Introduced in F-Zero X
Antonio Guster - Mrs. Arrow - Baba - Beastman - Billy - Bio Rex - Black Shadow - Blood Falcon - Dr. Clash - Draq - Mr. EAD - Gomar & Shioh - Jack Levin - James McCloud - Jody Summer - John Tanaka - Kate Alen - Leon - Michael Chain - Mighty Gazelle - Octoman - Roger Buster - Silver Neelsen - The Skull - Super Arrow - Zoda - Super Falcon (through cheat code)
Introduced in F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
Megan - Mickey Marcus - Jane B. Christie - Nichi - Lord Cyber - Alexander O'Neil - Blitz Wagner - Kent Akechi - Kumiko - Professor Yazoo Jr.
Introduced in F-Zero GX/AX
Phoenix - Princia Ramode - QQQ - Don Genie - Terry "Digi-Boy" Getter - Dai Goroh - Dai San Gen - Lily Flyer - PJ - Deathborn - Spade
Introduced in F-Zero: GP Legend
Rick Wheeler - Lucy Liberty - Misaki Haruka - Lisa Brilliant
Introduced in F-Zero Climax
Berserker - Clank Hughes - Death Soldier
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