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The disguised Robo-Yeti in Godzilla: The Series
The Robo-Yeti in Godzilla: The Series
Alternate names Yeti, Giant Albino Yeti
Species Robot ape
Forms Giant Albino Yeti (disguised form)
Controlled by Yukiko Ifukube
Monique Dupre (temporary)
Allies JSDF, Godzilla
Enemies Godzilla (initially), H.E.A.T. (initially),
King Cobra
Created by Fil Barlow
First appearance "Competition"

The Robo-Yeti is a giant yeti mecha that appeared in the Godzilla: The Series episode "Competition."


Godzilla: The Series


The threat of mutant monsters was not present just in the United States, but worldwide. To counter the threat, the Japanese government developed the Robo-Yeti in secrecy. In order to keep it a secret, the machine was dressed in an albino yeti costume, making it appear as if it was just another mutation. When people began to vanish around Mount Fuji, the robot was sent into action and came across Godzilla. Thinking he was responsible, Dr. Ifukube, the Robo-Yeti's creator, had the robot go on the attack. Watching on in awe, H.E.A.T. soon discovered the Albino Yeti was no living being, but instead a robot. Godzilla's atomic breath blasted it and quickly spread, burning away the fake skin and fur and revealing the entity underneath.

After Godzilla unleashed his atomic breath on the Giant Albino Yeti, stripping it of its disguise, he found himself faced with a formidable opponent. A juggernaut of steel, an ultimate anti-mutation mecha, the Robo-Yeti was relentless. Firing at Godzilla with missiles and using whip-like cables that could conduct electricity, it seemed as if Godzilla had met his match. H.E.A.T. was arrested by the Japanese Self-Defense Forces and made to watch as the Robo-Yeti and Godzilla fought on. Trying to convince them that it was not Godzilla who was snatching up the locals, their pleas fell on deaf ears until the King Cobra made his presence felt by suddenly attacking the camp. Monique Dupre took control of Robo-Yeti and called it to the camp, where it was attacked by the snake and damaged by its powerful coils. Godzilla did not fare any better and was blinded by the serpent's toxic glue.

As the snake made a beeline for Tokyo, the Robo-Yeti was fixed with help from Mendel Craven and N.I.G.E.L. and sent back into battle. As Godzilla was incapacitated by the King Cobra, the Robo-Yeti pulled it away from the blinded monster using a capture cable and threw it aside. Using Elsie Chapman's chemical to break down the King Cobra's glue-like venom and free its victims, the Robo-Yeti was once again face to face with the King Cobra. The snake coiled itself around the machine and squeezed it, crushing its body like a tin can and ruining years of work, leaving Godzilla as Tokyo's last hope.


Capture cables

The Robo-Yeti can launch whip-like cables from its hands that can be used to ensnare or throw opponents. They are also able to release electrical currents.

Martial arts

The Robo-Yeti possesses notable martial arts skills, shown when it performed a Judo throw on Godzilla during their battle in Mount Fuji.

Missile launcher

The Robo-Yeti can fire missiles from a missile launcher located in its chest. Though never directly fired at Godzilla, the missiles were able to startle him.

Physical strength

The Robo-Yeti has immense physical strength, being able to throw the King Cobra with relative ease. It was able to pin down Godzilla and the King Cobra with its limbs as well.

Liquid dispenser

The Robo-Yeti can spew forth whatever liquid that is loaded in its fingers from its fingertips.


Main article: Robo-Yeti/Gallery.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Flagicon Japan.png Japanese ロボイエティ Robo Ieti Transliteration of English name
Flagicon Russia.png Russian Кибер-йети Kiber-Yyeti Cyber-Yeti



This is a list of references for Robo-Yeti. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. Johnson, Bob (28 March 2006). "The Ultimate Guide to GODZILLA: THE SERIES". SciFi Japan.


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