"You're probably asking yourself, 'But don't I need clean air to live?' Why, of course you don't; not with Dr. Eggman's all-inclusive Robotomy Treatment, that is! Perks include never having to eat, sleep, or think ever again. That's what we call 'living the good life!'"
― Dr. Eggman (Sonic Forces)
The power to
transform anything into robots. Technique of Robotic Manipulation. Variation of Conversion and Technology Transmutation. Opposite to Deroboticization.
The user has the ability to convert any biological or elemental matter with a free will into a mindless robot or machines. They can roboticize anything they desire, converting their flesh and bone into circuitry and programming code, and in many cases of doing so, utterly destroying any free will the victim once had.
Composer ( Halo)
Roboticizer ( Sonic the Hedgehog)
Robot Transmogrifer Ray (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)
Planet Eggs ( Sonic X)
Metal Virus ( IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Techno-Organic Virus ( Marvel Comics)
Biobliterator ( Ratchet & Clank)
SCP-217 - The Clockwork Virus ( SCP Foundation)
Iron Fist of Arkus ( Skylanders)
Omnitrix ( Ben 10 Reboot); via Omni-Kix
The Roboticized Masters (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog) were created with this process.
For a time, Dr. Eggman (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog) had the power to robotize others through his touch.
A Pocky and Picky (IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog), being infected with the Metal Virus, an artificial virus created by Dr. Eggman that robotizes organic matter.
Rough and Tumble (IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog) have been robotized by the Metal Virus, becoming Zombots.
Males of Cosmo's species/Metarexes (Sonic X)
The Time Eater (Sonic the Hedgehog) has been converted to part machine by Eggman.
With "the Nexus", the Vex (Destiny) can turn any planet into machines.
A Cyber conversion in progress (Doctor Who)
The Destructinator (The Fairly OddParents) robotizes the entire planet Earth and all life forms standing on its grounds.
Rita Wayword/Spiral (Marvel Comics)
Bastion (Marvel Comics) can turn humans into Prime Sentinels.
Dr. Nefarious (Ratchet and Clank) plots to destroy all organic life in the galaxy...
...using the Biobliterator, a superweapon specifically designed to robotize them.
John Connor (Terminator Genisys) was infected with a nanobot resin by Skynet, transforming him into the T-3000.
Ultron Sigma (Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite) uses a refined Sigma Virus to robotize others...
...such as the Xgardians.
NOS-4-A2 (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command) bites Ty Parsec...
...turning him into a robotic werewolf known as the Wirewolf.
Brother Blood (Teen Titans)
After nearly being killed, Franky (One Piece) converted himself into a powerful and
super advanced cyborg.
The Cybermen (Doctor Who) can tern human into Cybermen