Rockdon (ロックドン) is a creature from Cronos, linked to the culture of the Rock People.
It is 3.8 metres tall, weights 7.7 tons and has a skin with a hardness level of 9 - with the creature's Buster Horn having a level of 12. Rockdon has a primitive mindset and a long-standing rivalry with Rockgiran, though it can be brought under control by Amber Man.
Fiction[edit | edit source]
Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos cartoon[edit | edit source]
Rockdon's inert state was as a rock, hibernating under Cronos. Diondra discovered it while searching for the Hyribead, forcing the Battle Rock Java to awaken the creature in order to spare the people of his village Gorgo. The beast was a match for both Kenryū and Baikanfu, and so Java gave his life to release Rockgiran, and the pair fought to a stalemate before returning to whence they came. Rockgiran versus Rockdon Amber Man later called both up to defend his fortress, ordering them to indiscriminately attack both the Machine Robo and Gyandlar until he was directly attacked by Diondra; his shock returned both to rock. Later Rom Stol was able to persuade Amber Man to join his troops at the Battle Base. Save Amber Man, Blazer Cannon! A system was made where they could be controlled from the battle base but unfortunately Grujios, in possession of Harley Robo, was able to activate them and cause chaos by releasing the pair to cover his attempt to steal the Dragon Helmet and Phoenix Armor. Baikanfu was finally able to switch Rockdon back off. Close Call, Land Commander 5! With Amber Man riding on its' back Rockdon was later at the vanguard of the Machine Robo assault on the Gyandlar mothership Power Riser, Break Through the Enemy!; with Rockgiran and Gattai Saurer they were able to breach the hull and lead the main body of the army into the ship. The Final Battle of Cronos
Toys[edit | edit source]
Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos[edit | edit source]
Rock Robo[edit | edit source]
- Rockdon (1986)
- ID number: MRR
- Accessories: none
- Rockdon was one of the Rock Robo in the Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos toyline, and coverts from dinocium (according to the instructions) to rock. The beast mode's legs and claws can move.
- The same figure was issued as the Rockasaur Spike Stone in Rock Lords by Tonka, with no significant changes. It is unclear which version of the figure was released first.