Cross Rock

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Cross Rock (クロスロック) is one of the Rock People from Cronos.

He is 1.8m tall, weighs 1.08 tons and has a hardness of 10 thanks to being made of red ochre. A descendent of Rock People royalty, he was trained in knightly conduct and has an intense code of chivalry. Cross Rock carries the family's powerful Saint Sword, and thankfully not a fedora.

Fiction[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos cartoon[edit | edit source]

Voice actor: Ritsuo Sawa

Cross Rock spent ten years meditating under the frozen lake next to Emerald City; he was found by Rom Stol and Blue Jet, immediately warning them he had seen a vision of the lake being melted and the city being destroyed. They take him back to base but are not sure what to make of his fevered rantings, especially when he insists they evacuate immediately. They did investigate, however, and uncovered a scheme by Garudi to do just that. Cross Rock's Great Prophecy He joined Rom's forces at Emerald City but wandered off during a briefing, and had to be saved from Diondra by Jet and Phantom Robo. He was later a major factor in persuading Amber Man to put himself at the service of the Machine Robo. Save Amber Man, Blazer Cannon! Cross Rock later piloted a Rock Commander in attacking the Gyandlar mothership along with Mask Rock and Gattai Saurer. Mighty Fortress, Heavenly Sword - Jet Don't Die!

Toys[edit | edit source]

Rock Lord Crackpot toy.jpg

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos[edit | edit source]

Rock Robo[edit | edit source]

  • Cross Rock (1986)
    • ID number: MRR-6
    • Accessories: Saint Sword
Cross Rock was one of the Rock Robo in the Machine Robo:Revenge of Cronos toyline, and coverts from robot to azurite rock in 4 steps. Cross Rock has movement at the shoulders, elbows, hips and knees but sadly his arms can only move out parallel to his body, which means he can only use his sword to jab people.
  • The same figure was issued as Crackpot in Rock Lords by Tonka, with no significant changes. It is unclear which version of the figure was released first.

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