The hero of Delusional Battle History chapter 2, ”Demon Dragon’s Tempura”. He pilots a Geno Breaker.
He has worked in a deep-fried food shop since retiring from the military.
Equipment used by Dark Spiner and Zabat in the Buck vs. Maya webcomic. It produces suspicious electromagnetic-waves.
Appears in Delusional Battle History volume 2 chapter 5 ‘Crimson Future, Black Past’.
He is of Guylos nationality by birth but is attracted to Wolff’s charisma and comes allied to the Neo Zenebas Empire. His Zoid is the deep crimson Sturm Tyrann.
A woman of the ethnic minority who appears in Delusional Battle History volume 2 chapter 3 Witch Twins.
Piloting a Geno Breaker Jet A, she attack the republic army with her sister Florabelle. She is in love with a traveller but will not leave her homeland. She battles a Gojulas Giga to free her sister from the republic army.
Infra-red head sensor technology that makes night-battle possible of the owl-type BLOX Zoid, Nightwise.
A white Iron Kon that appears in Delusional Battle History’s second story — “Dazzling Snowy Mountains”.
It moves autonomously to protect a girl. Its right shoulder is mounted with an anti-Zoid gatling. Additionally the design of the manoeuvre thruster and the left shoulder’s laser sensor are somewhat different.
The kit that was sold in December 2002 had the same equipment as the Iron Kong MS.
Yun is a girl who works with the Iron Kong Yet. She has Zenebas’s mask, entrusted to her by her late father.
Appears in Delusional Battle History chapter 2 “Dazzling Snowy Mountains”.
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