Abbreviation of Energy Shield.
When this kind of power occurs, it forms a barrier that protects against things like beams. It was first used by Shield Liger.
Equipment that creates an Energy Shield. It is equipped on likes of Blade Liger and Death Stinger.
The radar in Bambrian’s ear.
→ See Ace Kroitz.
A place on the Dark Continent Nyx.
Appears in New Century. He is a member of Team Fuma.
Appears in ZBC booster pack 5. He is a Saber Tiger pilot in Blitz Orbit. He excels at battles in mountainous areas.
In Fan Book 3’s ace pilot list he is listed as a Major of the Eisen Dragoons who likes the nimble Diloforce.
An imperial Saix pilot from ZBC booster pack 4. In Fan Book 3’s ace pilot list he is a Major in the First Special Construction Group’s fastest battalion. As a genuine Guylos national, he is an army elite.
He chases the whereabouts of the Eisen Dragoons and appears like a phantom.
A Salamander pilot in the Helic Republic Army. He is an airforce ace who plays a large part in the raid of the Zenebas capital.
Eindecker appears in the crew profile of volume one of the Zoids Battle Story.
The strongest unit of the Guylos Empire’s Army. Although they appear loyal to the Guylos Empire, their true objective is reviving the Zenebas Empire.
The Imperial airforce’s Black Redler units in the Chaotic Century anime.
Appears in HJEX’s “ZOIDS: Original Story Z-Knight Battles”. In volume 4 “Test…”, he seals a contract with Jack to order tests of 5 Zoid parts.
There seems to be no army in this world, but he wants to organise one.
It is said that in the past Ernest left Gai’s group behind on a battlefield. 5 years earlier, this ruthless man beheaded the commander of a mercenary unit.
Appears in Hiroshi Obi’s “Zoids Battler Thunder Fang”. Eve is an IC chip that lets people talk with Zoids.
The gigantic enterprise Cosmic Group uses it to reproduce ‘Adam’.
Eve’s ego grows and controls the pilot’s thoughts and movement.
Appears in Guardian Force. Eveopolis is a gigantic city built by the ancient Zodiacs where Zoids Eve is located.
It is the place where the final battle against the Death Saurer is held.
A custom set sold at the end of the old series. It can illuminate a Zoids cockpit.
A designation number used for Zoids made by the Guylos Empire (and later Neo Zenebas and Zi-ARMS) in the 1999 Zoids line. The first Zoid is EZ-004 Red Horn.
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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