Most of the entries here have been translated from the Japanese Zoids Dictionary. I’m not translating in any particular order. If there is a particular entry I haven’t done yet that you would like to see, or if you want to suggest an entry/an edit to an existing entry, send me a message.
An Orudios modified for underwater battle in order to protect the republic army’s secret seafloor base.
It intercepts the Death Depths—the attacking dark army’s custom Death Saurer— then immediately retreats to attack the invading Gun Gyarado.
A shepherd-type Zoid developed by the Republic.
As a high-speed Zoid during the Inter-Continent War, Hound Soldier is equipped with the Cross Sworder—movable swords by its mouth. Also equipped with an active radar, so that it can quickly trap the enemy in super-high-speed battles.
It was later re-released with a GZ number, although it never appeared in the Genesis anime. The GZ version has the body and motor pre-assembled, and the blue colour has been changed to a bright brown.
The protagonist of Zoids Genesis.
From Mirodo Village, he grows up in a family of Zoid excavators. He is not able to pilot Zoids.
However when the village is attacked by the Digald Empire, Ruuji succeed in piloting the recently excavated Murasame Liger and fighting off the attack of the Digald Zoids. The village generator was damaged during the fighting so he leaves on a journey to find someone who can fix it.
He is good at diving and has excellent eyesight.
An RPG game for the Game Boy Advance, released in 2001. The main character is Athle.
A pegasus-type Zoid of the reborn Republic Army.
The first Orudios miraculously defeats the invincible Gilvader on the dark continent, but it is self-destructed to keep secret that it also suffered fatal damage.
Later it prevents a change in the course of the war when the mass-produced Gun Gyarado appears.
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- Letters beside the entry titles denote where the entry has appeared in the Zoids universe. Hover over the letter for the full description. Designation numbers of Zoids and custom parts are noted there as well.
Eg: Blade Liger N : RZ-028
- Old Zoids are those released between 1982 and 1990. New Zoids were released after 1999.
- All roman numberals are replace with arabic numbers.
Eg: Globally 3, Gojulas Mk.2 (instead of Globally III, Gojulas Mk-II)
- When titles start with 'the', it is ignored (“The Devil’s Maze” apears under D).
- People are sorted by first name (if known), with titles in brackets at the end.
- Some titles have a dashed underline. hover over them to see the Japanese title (mostly for games/comics/etc that were never released in English).
Eg: Delusional Battle History