Death Metal Empire
Pulse Tuner (2)
Insulator Claws (4)
Overview[edit | edit source]
The Dimepulsar is a small Zoid with an open-air cockpit. Compared to other Zoids in the Zoids: Wild series, it is an M-sized Zoid.
Equipment & Features[edit | edit source]
- Specter Fin
- Specter Fin (スペクターフィン)
- Pulse Tuner
- Pulse Tuner (パルスチューナー)
- Pulse Core
- Pulse Core (パルスコア)
- Insulator Cowl
- Insulator Cowl (インシュレーターカウル)
- Insulator Claw
- Insulator Claw (インシュレータークロー)
- Electric Tail
- Electric Tail (エレキテイル)
Anime[edit | edit source]
The Dimepulsar first appears in episode 32 where it is used by Truffle, to great effect, nearly defeating all of Team Freedom in one attack. However, at this stage it was prototypical, so prolonged use could not be sustained.
The Dimepulsar's Death Blast causes it to fire a wave out that injures nearby Zoids. Truffle uses countermeasures to ensure it doesn't affect Death Metal forces. This area-of-effect attack is hard to avoid, and is exceptionally potent.
As Truffle upgrades the Zoid, he installs a secret weapon into it: Death Rex DNA. Intended to be a last resort, using it would massively boost the power of the Dimepulsar's Death Blast.
The Dimepulsar is put to significant use in episode 37. Its Death Blast is used strategically by Truffle to pin down Freedom while Foiegras attacks. Dilofos are used to amplify the Dimepulsar's attack. This proves to be an overwhelmingly successful tactic.
However, the battle gets thrown with the arrival of Team Supreme. Truffle is forced to activate his last resort, and hits three members of Supreme: Kuroame, Avocado and Garlic. The attack wrestled control away from Team Supreme, and caused the three Zoids to join Death Metal.
Models[edit | edit source]
Zoids: Wild[edit | edit source]
The Dimepulsar was released as part of the Zoids: Wild (Models) line.