This article is about the Zoid in the Zoids: Wild line, known as "Fangtiger" in Japan. For the Zoid that features in Zoids: Chaotic Century, see: Zaber Fang
Fang Tiger
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Fang Tiger
ZW19
Smilodon Type
Team Supreme
Crew 1
Weight 42.2 tons
Depth 7.7 m
Height 5.3 m
Maximum Speed 218 km/h
Weapons Twinned Fangs
Bolt Sickles (3)
Equipment Pantera Armor
Electric Generator
Thunder Tail
IQ 92

The Fang Tiger (ファングタイガー, Fangu Taigā) is a Smilodon-Type Zoid, one of over 200 species of biomechanical lifeforms depicted by TOMY's Zoids model, toy, and media franchise.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Fang Tiger 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]

Claws
Claws (爪): The Fang Tiger features 4 sets of claws on its front and rear paws. There are four (4) claws in each set which the Fang Tiger uses for offensive and utility purposes.
Pantera Armor
Pantera Armor (パンテラアーマー)
Electric Generator
Electric Generator (エレキジェネレーター)
Bolt Sickle
Bolt Sickle (ボルトシックル)
Twinned Fangs
Twinned Fangs (ツインドファング)
Thunder Tail
Thunder Tail (サンダーテイル)

Anime[edit | edit source]

Zoids: Wild[edit | edit source]

In Zoids Wild, the Fang Tiger is known as: Zaber Fang.

The Zaber Fang is piloted by Quade, the leader of Team Supreme. It is an exceptionally powerful, and rare Zoid. It is one of the only Zoids able to go beyond a Wild Blast and perform a limit-broken version of the technique. This was used against Gigaboss in episode 13, and badly damaged the Zoid.

After the defeat in Episode 13, the Zoid isn't seen again until towards the series finale. It reappears when Team Freedom and Team Supreme are engaged against the Four Dark Warriors of the Dark Metal Empire. The Zaber Fang's combat skills are able to sway the battle.

Even later, the Zoid's roar manages break the Dimepulsar's sway on several of Supreme's Zoids, allowing them to fight back against Dark Metal.

Zoids: Wild ZERO[edit | edit source]

Red Fang Tigers are seen in the intro scene as part of the "Zoid Crisis" that predates the start of the series. Much later a black variant is introduced, the Fang Tiger Kai.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Thanks to Fang Tiger and Bacon's appearance in episode 50, we knew that when a person made a connection with their Zoid, the person can still exist in a ghost-like form after death.

Models[edit | edit source]

The Fang Tiger was released as part of the Zoids: Wild (Models) line.

In April 2019, Kotobyukia announced a HMM Fang Tiger[1]

References[edit | edit source]

TOMY Manual: File:ZW19-971993.pdf

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