This type of monster also makes an appearance as a post-game quest monster, as it looks the same and doesn't have an individual entry in the Monsters section of the Journal. Its moveset is even the same, though it's significantly stronger, being a post-game encounter.
They are physically identical to Aging Robots in their shell form.
However, when open, they possess two long arm guns with plating on them, two pauldrons and a curved head with two bolts resembling eyes. Its captive face is on its light-disc and the robot's motor is behind the disc.
When the protagonist first gained access to The Sky Scraper, its door is locked and requires unique Jewels to open it. One of the Jewels was found by a Scientist who is one of the Travelers' Hub visitors, but they accidentally left it in the Sterile Plant. The protagonist has to go to the deepest part of the plant to find it.
When the party arrives there, however, the Scientist's face ends up being stolen and attached to this monster. Defeating it will restore the Scientist's face and earn you the Jewel.
The post-game quest variant can randomly show up in the end of a temporary dungeon. Defeating it will clear the quest. It is fought alongside 2 Retroputer IIs.
|Action name||Description||Chance to use||Hit rate|
|Attack||Used when charging. Deals weak damage to one Mii.||100%||100%|
|Wave Cannon 2||Used in the robot's default state or after it finishes charging and deploying itself. Targets two Mii characters for its next attack, a powerful laser. Enters charging state afterwards.||34%||100%|
|One More Time! (auto)||Used when charging. Attacks twice per turn.||-||-|
- It is theoretically possible to defeat the boss before it targets any Mii at all. When this happens, the player will not unlock Shield Sprinkles. The player will unlock them as soon as a Mii is targeted by another enemy, including "Great Sage"’s right hand, Ultimate Robot Warriors, Ancient Robots, the Evil Sage, and other Robo-"Traveler" bosses.