Flame/Hunter Wolf Phoenix (Flame/Hunter Wolf + Fire Phoenix Parts)

Surprisingly, the Flame Wolf armor matches the Japanese Fuzors Fire Phoenix armor really well. As of this writing, I am waiting for comparison pictures of the standard Hunter Wolf next to the blue Fire Phoenix, to see if that color combination works out. As Flame Wolf is a limited armor not everyone has access to. Unless of course, you want to paint the different parts yourself so the can match.

Here are the Fire Phoenix parts you’ll need.

Remove the cheek and back caps, as well as the shoulder armor from your wolf.

We are going to apply this little part to the cheek pegs. You may need to apply some force and play around with it a bit for it to fit correctly.

Try to make sure both sides align like this.

Insert the face armor parts into the pegs like this. Make sure the peg goes in to the front hole.

Now on the back pegs, insert the blox.

Connect the wings, and secure the connection with the grey piece.

As for the guns, make sure the peg is inserted into the upper hole.

And there you go! You got a flying wolf now.

And it can walk too!

Wild Liger Buster (Wild Liger + Buster Eagle Parts)

Zoids Wild and Zoids Fuzors parts actually work together. What was a simple question asked on the Zoids Discord server, opened the gates to potential customization options.

These are going to be the Buster Eagle parts you’ll need.

Now, remove the shoulder armor and rear claws from the liger.

We’re going to insert the Eagle claws to the rear legs.

Then to secure the claws, put on the caps on the inside of the joint.

Now insert the little grey pieces onto the hip armor peg. You may need to apply some force. Maybe even remove the armor part, insert the grey piece, and then put back the armor.

Now we are going to connect the Buster Cannons. Make sure you insert the upper peg into the smaller hole.

And there you go. That’s Wild Liger Buster!

Oh yeah, it walks too.

ZW12 Death Rex

The big bad Zoid of the first Wild Anime, Death Rex is one of the “large size” Zoids from the Zoids Wild toyline. Second big Zoid released after Grachiosaururs.

While not as big as classic large Zoids like the Ultrasaurus or Deathsaurer, the Death Rex is a pretty decent size, probably closer to a Death Stinger. Assembly is fairly simple, despite the kit being on the bigger side, the amount of parts isn’t as much as a that of a classic kit. The parts are just chunky sized!

The Death Rex also has one of the coolest gimmicks in my opinion, with it’s jaws opening up revealing a mouth cannon of sorts that spins and lights up, and the “claw like wings” on its shoulders move forward to cover the sides of the face.



I also had a Custom Death Rex armor made, you can find it here.