No, sire, I built this robot to make life easier for us both. Escar-droid will be at your command 24 hours a day!”
— Escargoon • Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
Escar-droid (Escargon Robo in Japanese) is a robot built by Escargoon in the episode Right Hand Robot, who modeled it after himself, of course. He was sick of the fact that King Dedede was always overworking him, so he thought giving him a mechanical assistant would be just perfect... well, not quite. Dedede even managed to overwork Escargoon's robotic version and it needed to be rebuilt several times. The biggest problem was that it was always agreeable, therefore it would do anything it was told- including attack Kirby. Then Escargoon bought a special part in the form of a mechanical heart from Nightmare Enterprises to try and make his robot have feelings- but it turned out to have some extra functions he didn't expect... Escar-droid has a few other forms, both of which amazed Dedede; when he pressed the green button on his shell, Escar-droid became knight-like and gained a new visor as well as yellow shoulder pads and a sword, as well as white shoes. However, when he pressed the red button, Escar-droid turned into a flying combat machine which then attacked Cappy Town with its missiles, and even attacked Kirby's house. Thanks to the aid of the Warp Star, Bomb Kirby blew Escar-droid to smithereens with a huge bomb and one of Escar-droid's own missiles. A part of Escar-droid's moustache was left for Escargoon himself to sleep with, so therefore at least he got the rest he wanted.
In his initial form, Escar-droid looks just like Escargoon himself with treadmills and blank eyes. When Escargoon uses the mechanical heart received from NME to try to make it have feelings, it gains a green and red button in the process of its automatic reconstruction, which Escargoon didn't expect. When the green button is pressed, Escar-droid becomes very knight-like in appearance, gaining white shoes, a black visor, yellow shoulder pads, white gloves, and a white sword that it cleanly cuts Dedede's dinner table in two with. And when the red button is pressed, he becomes a flying combat machine with airplane-like wings on his shell, cannons for hands to shoot missiles from, and a silver engine attached to the back of his shell. His treadmills/shoes are also removed in the process, and he gains an evil toothy grin and red eyes in place of his black visor.