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Dr. T
Dr. T in Zoids Saga DS
Appearances Silver Beast Machine God Liger Zero
Zoids Saga
Debut Zoids Saga
Affiliation Arcadia Kingdom
Primary Zoids N/A
Japanese Name Dr.T
Voice Actors

Dr. T is a character from the Zoids video games Liger Zero: Mythical Silver Beast and Zoids Saga series.


Dr. T is a scientist who was working under Prince Athle Arcadia, Dr. T initially knows about the secrets of Time-Space transmission effects. By Zoids: Legacy (Saga II), he was seen helping the main hero, Zeru Jupit, and the two Republican and Imperial organizations of Blue Unicorn (Republic) and Rottiger (Empire).


Dr T. serves primarily to give advice and explanations on almost all technical topics.

Ability as a Zoid Pilot[]

As he is a scientist, Dr. T is not seen piloting any Zoids. While he does own a Sabre Tiger old or Shield Liger, Dr. T lends it to Zeru and never entered the Zoid himself.


Dr. T has his own relationships with the following characters;

Athle: Dr. T is actually loyal to Athle, and they have respective terms to one another. On the other hand, Dr. T is an expert to Time-Space Transmissions where in Athle and company must not allow the Emperor to persuade Dr. T to join with him.

Zeru: Dr. T provides Zeru with a Zoid early on in Zoids Legacy (either a Shield Liger or Sabre Tiger depending on the player's choice). He continues to travel with Zeru to learn more about ZOS reactions.

Steve: Dr. T is in good terms with Steve since Zeru and company met with the Blitz Team.

Blue Unicorn: Dr. T is in good terms with Blue Unicorn, Dr. T is shown following not only Zeru but either Zan or Albane.

Rottiger: Even though Dr. T is not seen interacting with Rottiger, he is shown to be in respective terms to the group, they told him that Terra Geist is causing the manipulations of ZOS.

Zoids Legacy Database Entry[]

The following text pertains to information sourced from the game Zoids Legacy. This game used a translation format that differs from the one used by the Zoids Wiki. It also contains grammatical and typographical errors. As such, any quoted content that appears to be incorrect should be cross-referenced with the game before being edited.

"He got involved in time-space fusion caused by a lab accident while experimenting on Zoids Overload System found at the Arcadia Kingdom ruins. Rescued by the main character, the two pursue a mission to get the world back to normal. A Zoids maniac."