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Tropes Used In The Franchise As A Whole/The Battle Story

  • Complete Monster: Guylos in the battle story; he helps Zenebas with the express intent of betraying him later once both sides on the Central Continent are weak, then takes his army and kidnaps his daughter.
  • Crowning Moment of Awesome: The Energy Liger is bearing down upon the naked Zero who had to shed the Phoenix because it was totalled, there seems to be no hope for Ray Gregg when the sky is pierced by the Jet Falcon arriving to form Liger Zero Falcon.
  • Memetic Badass: Iguan in both the American and Japanese fandom.
    • By expansion: Zillon, too.
  • Unfortunate Implications: Hardbear, just Hardbear.

Tropes Used In New Century Zero

  • Crowning Moment of Awesome: The Liger Zero jumping out of a cloud of smoke and knocking off part of the Berserk Fuhrer's armor in a single move during the finale.

Tropes Used In Genesis

  • Complete Monster: Emperor Jiin. How else do you call a man who uses human souls to power up the Zoid cores?

Tropes Used In The UK Comic

Tropes Used In The Games

  • Macekre: The English localization for Zoids Saga 2 (as Zoids Legacy) features an absolute truckload of mistakes (particularly in the battle sequences), to the point where you sometimes wonder if anybody on the translation team actually spoke fluent English.
    • We're talking mistakes that are clearly visible to people who can't speak one word of Japanese.
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