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Note: NAR is a term invented by fans, and hence is not official. This category and related articles consists of original research, and is likely to contain inconsistent or incomplete information.
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Box art with Hasbro branding

Following the launch of the New Japanese Release, Hasbro licensed Zoids for release in North America and South-East Asia in 2001; referred to as the New American Release, commonly abbreviated as NAR. Initially, the Hasbro line consisted of just re-releases of Zoids from the NJR. However, they later began developing their own Zoid designs, as well as co-developing others with TOMY. Additionally, Hasbro had planned to re-release several OJR Zoids that had not been released in the NJR.

Although it was initially successful, Hasbro suspended the line in 2004. The cancellation of the line left a number of Zoids unreleased, including most of those not yet re-released by TOMY.

Any Blox Zoids that were released by Hasbro were sold as part of the sub-line known as Z-Builders. Most of the Z-Builders were re-releases of the NJR Blox sub-line, but the line included several Hasbro-designed Zoids, as well as individual releases of Blox Zoids that did not occur in Japan.

Hasbro also released a small line of prebuilt action figures, featuring Zoids that starred in the anime series', along with a short line of miniature PVC "Battle Champions".

InconsistenciesEdit

Because this is a fan-term, there is no single "correct" definition of the NAR. As such, the wiki has no conclusive sources for which regions and Zoids constitute the NAR.

Common sources of inconsistencies in the usage of NAR revolve around the inclusion of "left over stock" from the NAR to other regions. In particular NAR Zoids were repackaged and released in regions covered by the NER, or the NPR. The result is finding models consistent with NAR manufacturing, packaged with different boxes and sold overseas. It is naturally within reason to include these Zoids as part of the NAR due to heritage of the parts, but also the NER or NPR due to packaging and distribution.

In addition, some may include "sub-lines" or "waves" as part of the NAR, while others treat the NAR as the initial wave of "ZOIDS" branded model kits only. A common example is treating the NAR to contain all Zoids released by Hasbro up until the discontinuation of Zoids following the Fuzors franchise, for instance, Blox Zoids may be included in the same release as older Zoids, like the Shield Liger. The size of the NAR can increase dramatically depending on the specifics of the waves or lines used to compose it.

ZoidsEdit

See the list of NJR Zoids for non-Hasbro-exclusive releases.

Hasbro Variant and Exclusive ZoidsEdit

Hasbro Variant and Exclusive Z-BUILDERS (BLOX)Edit

Unreleased Hasbro ZoidsEdit

(*) Zoids released in the Philippines.

Hasbro Action FiguresEdit

First Wave (green packaging)Edit

Gunsniper LS mould

Box art with green packaging

Second Wave (silver packaging)Edit

Gun Sniper mould

Box art with silver packaging

  1. 007 Shield Liger
  2. 032 Sea Striker
  3. 015 Iron Kong
  4. 022 Death Saurer
  5. 034 Geno Breaker
  6. 041 Liger Zero HoloTech
  7. 046 Shadow Fox
  8. 049 Berserk Fury
  9. 054 Liger Zero X

Third Wave (Zi-Comm compatible)Edit

  1. 064 Gojulas Giga
  2. 065 Dimetrodon (purple)
  3. 110 Chimera Dragon
  4. 111 Fuzor Dragon
  5. 111 Battle Cougar
  6. 032 Sea Striker 2.0 (yellow, unreleased)
  7. 007 Shield Liger 2.0 (red, unreleased)

Electronic Zoids Action Figures (1/52 scale)Edit

Zoids Battle ChampionsEdit

Set 1Edit

Set 2Edit

Set 3Edit

Hover Cargo PlaysetEdit

All items (90)

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