Chaotic Century anime
First appears in the Chaotic Century anime. Ala Barone is a two person group—one wears a red mask and the other a purple mask— also known as the “Barons of Wings”. They pilot Storm Sworders and help Van when he gets in a pinch.
One of the Crossbow Brothers from Chaotic Century.
Appears in Chaotic Century episode 32. Ayn bridge is crossed to get to the Guylos capital Guygalos.
The Imperial airforce’s Black Redler units in the Chaotic Century anime.
The Zoid of Major Karl Lichten Schwarz of the Guylos Empire.
Its right shoulder carries a beam gatling gun.
First appears in the Chaotic Century anime. He initially wants to obtain the organoid of the main character, Van, but soon joins the journey as a companion.
His Zoid is a Command Wolf.
In Fan Book 2 he is a mercenary. He becomes the pilot of GTO.
In the comic he pilots a Stealth Viper.
Appears in the anime, Ueyama’s comic, and the Fan Books. He is a member of the Guylos Empire army. His rank in the Fan Books is major (vol. 1) and lieutenant colonel (vol. 2). In the anime his ranks are major (Chaotic Century) then colonel (Guardian Force).
With origins from the noble Schwarz family, he is opposed to the Proitzen faction.
His Zoids are the Iron Kong SS and Saber Tiger SS. He has a younger brother named Thomas.
A mountain in south Europa. It is Viola’s hometown in Chaotic Century.
One member of Ala Barone. His partner is Violet Mask.
A place where—before the empire and republic entered into war—the strongest Zoid pilots from countries would compete together.
Appears in Chaotic Century episode 31.
One of the Helic Republic’s fortresses. It appears in Chaotic Century.
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