Wild Liger Extreme Release Form, or Clear Wild Liger like most in the fandom call it. This release is one of the CoroCoro 100 limited kits from a monthly sweepstakes, and has become one of the most sought after kits of the wild line.
It is so far the only fully clear Zoids Wild model. The beautiful blue on colorless clear make it a very beautiful peace.
The instructions this version of Wild Liger brings are the same as the standard first release.
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The Black Lion Sticker set was given away as a purchase bonus when buying 2,000 yen or more of Zoids Wild kits at qualifying retailers. This bonus campaign started on March 3rd 2019 and most likely ran until supplies lasted.
One thing I’ve been personally doing with my sticker variant Ligers is putting a different set of caps on most of them. For this one I went with the Death Metal black caps, also from another bonus campaign.
Despite it being a sales bonus item, this sticker set quickly went up in price and started to become harder to come by as time went on. Unlike the Blue Flame Sticker set, original Blue and Black bonus caps and the Wild Liger Blue Thunder Version, all which are extremely easy to find as of this writing (9/2/19).
Sticker and Instructions Scans:
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The Awakened Wild Liger is more of an update on the first one. With a much better gold paint, and more shiny blue and an improved motor, it is the version of the Wild Liger I would recommend getting if you just want one Wild Liger and have no interest in variants. Seriously Wild Liger variants are a rabbit hole you want to avoid.
The one I got ended up being a Korean release, despite buying it of Amazon Japan. There is virtually no difference between Korean releases and Japanese ones. Only minor thing with the Awakened Wild Liger is a booklet the Japanese release had. (Which was why I bought it of Amazon Japan, but oh well).
As of this post (August 2019) the Awakening Wild Liger, being a limited run, has become harder to find and the price for it has been going up. If you manage to find one, regardless of release, for a good deal, I highly recommend it.
The instructions that come with this version of the kit are the same that come with the standard initial release.
For the other (many) Wild Liger variants click below.
Sticker Variants Wild Liger Sky Peace|Wild Liger Blue Flame| Wild Liger Black Lion| Wild Liger Blue Thunder | Wild Liger First Kitchen A (Red & Orange)| Wild Liger First Kitchen B (Black & Red)| Wild Liger First Kitchen C (Black & Orange)| Wild Liger First Kitchen D (Orange)
One of the CoroCoro 100 Limited releases, Flame Wolf is one of the highly sought after Zoids from the Wild line. The 5th CoroCoro 100.
The striking red color makes this armor set a really appealing one With the red balancing well with the yellow caps. Released only as an armor set, it was given away in a seperate bag from the Hunter Wolf kit box. Basically people got a standard Hunter Wolf with the addition of the Flame Armor.
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One of the most popular Zoids from this line, the Hunter Wolf proved to be a must have for pretty much anyone collecting the Zoids Wild kits.
The Hunter Wolf has a very cool and sleek design to it, and a very interesting Wild Blast gimmick that has to modes. The rotating weapon on its back can be tilted forwards and backwards.
The build is fairly simple and is more of a tweaked Wild Liger frame. This is an approach seen in several of the Zoids Wild kits. Using core bodies for different Zoid designs that have different gimmicks. The Hunter Wolf does it well enough to full distinguish itself from the Ligers and Tiger kits.
Three official variations have been released of this Zoid the standard (Blue), Hunter Wolf Command and Hunter Wolf Flame Armor. For more pictures and details on the other Hunter Wolf variants click below.
Reminiscent of the Dibison from the Classic Lines. The Cannon Bull’s more noticeable feature is it’s heavy artillery back pack. Weapons of such nature had been almost non existent up to this point in the Zoids Wild line. But the inclusion of them on this Zoid was a much welcome addition.
One interesting detail is despite this Zoid having a more “traditional Zoid” face, under the armor it still has what has come to be the “standard” eyes of the Wild line.
It’s heavy artillery design lends it really well to the use of the new weapons accessories.