|Affiliation||Alpha 1 Team (Rookie 1 division)|
|Weapons||Multi-Tool Ice Shield (Formerly),|
Multifunctional Claw (Formerly),
Rocka was recently created in the Assembly Tower with the most up-to-date parts (such as the 2.0 upgrade) and the latest available technology. As the scientists wanted to create another exceptional rookie Hero, they modeled Rocka after their last successful creation, William Furno. Since his creation, he has spent the majority of his time in the Training Sphere, completing over 100 missions. He also befriended the Alpha 1 Team, and was accepted as a member of its Rookie 1 division.
When the Hero Factory received a distress call from Professor Aldous Witch, Rocka was sent to Quatros to help him. However, upon arriving, he realized that the distress call was fake, and was then confronted by Aldous Witch, who had become the Witch Doctor. After members of the Alpha Team were given the Upgrade to animal armor, they arrived on Quatros in order to investigate. The Heroes then came into opposition with the local wildlife and started to battle them. During which Rocka along with Preston Stormer and Dunkan Bulk were shrunken, but eventually restored by Julius Nex. Rocka then was briefly transformed to an XL form which he used to defeat Witch Doctor.
Rocka was tasked with capturing Voltix who carried an essence of Von Nebula. Voltix freed all the captured villains and escaped. Heroes were then sent out on missions, while Rocka stayed back at the Hero Factory by the order of the HRT. Rocka was in the containment facility when Black Phantom took over. He contacted Zib multiple times. Rocka climbed an elevator shaft, but was forced to jump back down. He was then attacked by arachnix. He escaped to Mr. Makuro’s quarters, and lowered the fail safe shield. He met up with the rest of Alpha 1. He then revealed himself as being part of the Hero Recon Team. Finally, he fought Black Phantom in the Assembly Tower, plugging him even more to over power him, defeating him.
The Doom Box
During the period of time where Core Hunter was trying to re-create the Doom Box, Rocka was sent to an asteroid prison dubbed “The Stone” to interrogate Splitface on a tip given to Alpha 1 by Arctur, dealing with Speeda Demon, who had previously worked with Splitface in an alliance. After interrogating Splitface for a while; Rocka learned the Speeda Demon had sold a map carved by Deneb to Core Hunter detailing the locations of the Doom Box’s several parts. Rocka then ventured to Arctur and Deneb’s world hoping to find someone who knew something about the Doom Box, but found nobody, except Arctur waiting for him. Arctur then led him into the underground complex that was once the lab that he, Deneb and others worked in before teleporting away to bring the rest of Alpha 1 in, but while they were gone Core Hunter arrived with all three pieces of the box ready to unite them. Rocka quickly ran out of the tunnels and met with the rest of Alpha 1. Back in the lab there was a showdown with Core Hunter and tried to bluff him but, only succeeded in making him kill Arctur, before activating the Box. Although before dying, Arctur enacted a plan to de-activate the Box, which ended largely in success, he caused the Box’s power to feed into Core Hunter. Rocka tried to charge him but, failed when energy was syphoned from his system rendering him unconscious while Mark Surge defeated Core Hunter. He later recovered from his injuries.
Brain AttackDuring the Brain Attack saga, Rocka and Stormer’s Alpha 1 Team went to defend Makuhero City. Rocka fought bravely against many brain-infested creatures. When a Dragon Bolt attacked, Rocka personally went against the monster while the rest of the team fought Surge, who had been infested. Rocka fought the Dragon Bolt but was defeated by the Dragon’s electric fireball. Rocka hid from the beast in an equipment room in the Hero Factory where he found a jetpack. Using the jetpack he fought the Dragon Bolt and successfully removed its Brain.
Abilities and Traits
As Rocka was modeled after Furno, his personality is very similar to the former rookie. He is extremely headstrong and self-assured, willing to accept a challenge without thinking of his own limitations. His time spent in the training sphere has granted him intelligence and a diverse skill set.
Rocka initially bore gold armor, while his eyes and Hero Core were colored white.
In Rocka’s 3.0 form, he wears gold and black armor, and retains his white eyes and Hero Core. His helmet now resembles that of a Lion, as a sign of his new powers.
In Breakout, he has a neon green head with gold and gunmetal armor.
His Brain Attack form looks quite similar to his Breakout version, but with the additions of a neon green visor over his helmet, golden shield, and neon green sword. His color scheme now has more gunmetal.
Rocka originally carried a shield as his main weapon.
After his Upgrade to 3.0 form, he currently carries a large multifunctional claw, and has been known to use a projectile weapon with unknown effects.
When he was upgraded to his breakout form, he carried a crossbow gun and energy shield.
Shortly after the Breakout event; he was upgraded to his Brain Attack form, he now carries a Plasma Blade Sword and Razor Shield.
Two Rocka sets were released in the summer of 2011. The first is a canister set which was marketed under the name “Rocka 3.0” (in conjunction with the other “3.0” sets in the wave). His product number is 2143 and the set contained 30 pieces, including a transparent green armor piece decorated with the name Rocka 3.0 and a lion pattern. His parts could be combined with Stormer 3.0 to create a combiner model, and a code printed under his canister lid could be entered at HeroFactory.com as part of the HeroPad feature.
The second release was a large boxed set, entitled “Rocka XL.” This set depicts the same form of Rocka, on a larger scale. This larger version has the set number 2282 and contains 174 pieces, including two of the aforementioned printed armor pieces.
6202 Rocka was released on January 2012, and contains 54 pieces. It resembles his Breakout form.
44002 Rocka was released on January 2013, and contains 43 pieces. It resembles his Brain Attack form.
44014 Jet Rocka was released on July 2013, and contains 290 pieces.
- Savage Planet (First Appearance)
- Savage Planet
- Jungle Of Danger!
- Jungle Crushers
- Breakout (Game)
- Hero Factory Secret Mission #1: The Doom Box (Book)
- Brain Attack
- Brain Attack (Game)
- Hero Factory Secret Mission #3: Collision Course (Book)
- Hero Factory Secret Mission #4: Robot Rampage (Book) (Mentioned only)
- Rocka is voiced by Tom Kenny in Savage Planet, Breakout, and Brain Attack.
- Rocka was never a 1.0 hero as Stringer mentioned he was born with the upgrade.
- Rocka appears to not have a first name. However he was credited as “Daniel Rocka” in some releases of the “Savage Planet” DVD and the credits to Brain Attack, but LEGO has confirmed that this is non-canon.
- Although he hasn't been in either the first or second series, Rocka has appeared in every series since his debut in Savage Planet.
|Alpha 1 Team|
|Members||Preston Stormer | Dunkan Bulk | Jimi Stringer | William Furno|
Mark Surge | Natalie Breez
|Rookies||Julius Nex | Nathan Evo | Rocka | Unnamed rookie|