Robin Atkin Downes (1976 - )
Movie Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Batman: Bad Blood (2016; animated) [Mad Hatter]: Killed by a system overload caused in the ensuing battle between Jason O'Mara's allies and Morena Baccarin's henchmen halting the process. The overload causes his head to explode.
- Unspecified film [Electrocutioner]: When Electrocutioner was about to kill Robin (Stuart Allan), he was shot in the back by Travis Willingham.
- Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) [Doomsday]: Providing the vocal effects for the CGI monster Doomsday, Robin is killed after being impaled through the chest with a Kryptonite spear by Henry Cavill.
- Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge (2020; animated) [Kano]: Impaled in the head with a spiked hammer by Jennifer Carpenter. For good measure, Ike Amadi stomps on Robin's head.
TV Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Reptile Boy (1997) [The Machida Beast]: Severed in Half with a Sword by Sarah Michelle Gellar.
- Babylon 5: Phoenix Rising (1998) [Byron]: Commits suicide (along with his followers) by incinerating himself by firing on a chemical spill, igniting it.
- Charmed: Chick Flick (2000) [Demon of Illusion]: is killed when the tape of the movie when he was Antagonizing was destroyed by Shannen Doherty.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Trespass (2009; animated [Pantoran Guard]:Impaled by a spear from a Talz Soldier while protecting Brian George.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Lethal Trackdown (2010; animated) [Castas]: Shot by Jaime King while speaking to James Arnold Taylor).
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Supply Lines (2010; animated) [Cham Syndulla/Jedi Master Ima-Gun Di]: "Jedi Master Ima-Gun Di" is gunned by many battle droids (voiced by Matthew Wood) in order to buy the Twi'lek refugees to escape. "Cham Sydulla" lives.
- Thundercats: Ramlak Rising (2011; animated) [Koinelius Tunar]: Supposedly died after being dragged into the sand of sea while attempting to killed Ramlak.
- Thundercats: Native Son (2012; animated) [Javan]: Revealed to have died sometime before the events, he and his clan passed on to the next life after Matthew Mercer forgives him and breaks the curse.
- Ben 10: Ultimate Alien: A Knight to Remember (2011; animated) [Sir Cyrus]: Killed by James Remar.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Crisis at the Heart (2013; animated) [Rush Clovis]: Let's himself fall to his death because Matt Lanter couldn't pull both him and Catherine Taber. Not before telling Padme, he was sorry for everything.
- Voltron: Legendary Defender: Tears of the Balmera (2016; animated [Haxus]: Fell from over the edge by Rover.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Victory and Death (2020; animated) [Cin Drallig]: Although he doesn't appeared, he was killed off-screen by Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter). (Note: This episode is during Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005), see also Nick Gillard)
- Ducktales: Louie's Eleven (2020) [Falcon Graves]: Presumably dies when Tress MacNeille throws a vase in his face.
Video Game Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike (2003) [Sarkli]: Shot down by "Han Solo" (voiced by Lex Lang) during a series of explosions in the bunker.
- Halo 2 (2004) [Prophet of Regret]: Beaten to death by Steve Downes. His body is later reanimated by Dee Bradley Baker.
- Haunting Ground (2005) [Lorenzo Belli]: Burned to death after Cornelia Hayes O'Herlihy and Hewie cause Robin to fall into a pit of lava.
- Killer7 (2005) [Hiro Kasai]: Falls to his death after being forced to jump off a building by Steven Jay Blum.
- Gears of War (2006) [Minh Young Kim]: Stabbed in the stomach with a sword by Dee Bradley Baker as John DiMaggio looks on.
- Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops (2006) [Jonathan]: Shot to death during a shootout while shielding David Hayter.
- Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow (2007) [Spec Ops soldier/Dane Bishop/Boomer]: The "Spec Ops soldier" dies of his gunshot wounds while talking to James Arnold Taylor. "Boomer" is accidentally killed when a piece of debris impales him after he detonates explosives. "Dane Bishop" survives the game.
- Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (2007) [Atoq Navarro]: Sinked by Nolan North with a treasure and drowns.
- Clash of the Titans the Video Game (2010) [Ixas/Townpeople]: "Ixas" is turned to Stone by Grey Griffin.
- F.E.A.R. 3 (2011) [Sergeant Michael Becket]: Dies from a bodily explosion after being possessed by Peter Lurie.
- Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (2011) [Talbot]: Shot to death by Nolan North; his body then falls into the crumbling city.
- Asura's Wrath (2012) [Yasha]: Heart torn out by Robin himself so that he can transplant this to Liam O'Brien; he dies shortly after the final confrontation with Liam.
- The Last of Us (2013) [Robert]: Executed by Annie Wersching via gunshot to the head in retaliation for double crossing her and Troy Baker on an arms deal.
- Game of Thrones: Iron From Ice (2014) [Gregor Forrester]: Stabbed in the chest during a fight with Frey soldiers as Daniel Kendrick looks on in horror.
- Game of Thrones: A Nest of Vipers (2015) [Duncan Tuttle]: If he is revealed to have betrayed House Forrester, the player can choose whether or not Russ Bain executes him for his treason.
- Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (2015) [Kazuhira Miller]: A timeline at the end of the game reveals that Robin was killed (presumably by Troy Baker/Patric Zimmerman) more than two decades after the events of the game, in order for Cam Clarke to pose as Robin during the events of Metal Gear Solid (1998).
- Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (2016) [Hector Alcazar]: Killed (off-screen) in a shoot-out, sometime before the game begins. He only appeared in a flashback when Troy Baker makes a false story, and his death is mentioned when Warren Kole reveals it to Nolan North.
- Batman: The Enemy Within (2017) [The Riddler]: Shot in the neck with a toxic dart by an off-screen sniper (later revealed to be Valarie Rae Miller) while being interrogated by Troy Baker.
Web Series Deaths[edit | edit source]
- Meet the Sniper (2008) [BLU Medic]: Shot in the head by John Patrick Lowrie.
- Meet the Spy (2009) [BLU Medic]: Chopped in the throat by Dennis Bateman.
- Meet the Pyro (2012) [BLU Medic]: Burned by Dennis Bateman.
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