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Zoids Legacy Gojulox sprite
No Designation
Chimera Type
Neo-Zenebas Empire?
Crew 1
Weight 133.0 tons
Depth 19.4 m
Height 13.2 m
Maximum Speed 130.0 km/h (80 mph)
Weapons Claws, Talons, Teeth, Strike Laser Claw (2), Zan Blade, AZ Handgun (2), Electromagnetic Cannon (2), Rail Cannon (2)
Equipment ?

The Gojulox (ゴジュロックス, Gojurokkusu) is a type of Zoid, a race of biomechanical lifeforms from the fictional Zoids universe.


Gojulox is a monstrous giant Blox Zoid, formed by the combination of Demons Head, Diplo Guns, Leoblaze, Nightwise, Shell Karn, and Unenlagia. Its sheer number of Zoid cores gives it tremendous power, and it uses a combination of ballistic and melee weapons to present a significant threat at any range.

Its only real liability is the amount of resources required to bring it into action. In some situations, having a number of smaller Zoids may be preferable to concentrating them as a single entity; in addition, few groups have ready access to both Republican and Imperial Zoids.

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The Gojulox first appears in Zoids Legacy (Zoids Saga II). Like all of the combined Blox Zoids in the game, it can either be created "on the fly" during combat by using a Deck Command to fuse Demons Head, Diploguns, Leoblaze, Nightwise, Shell Karn and Unenlagia, or it can be built as a standalone Zoid. The former is impractical simply because the player is allowed only six Zoids per battle, and the Gojulox replaces all of them. The Gojulox also appears in Zoids Saga DS.


The Gojulox received neither an official model release nor official instructions to build it from other kits. In theory, it can be reconstructed using the parts of its component Zoids; in practice, this is challenging for a number of reasons. Not only is the Gojulox almost entirely red, necessitating the use of the limited-edition red Matrix Dragon, it also has more parts than its components provide. Perhaps the most noticeable example is its second Rail Cannon.


  • In Legacy, the Gojulox's Zi-Data is found in a Zoids Research Facility in the "Empire Capital", seemingly identifying it as an Imperial Zoid. Unfortunately, precisely which Empire is not made clear, and the nature of Legacy's time-and-space-bending story means that, despite the use of Neo-Zenebas Chimera Zoids in the Gojulox's construction, its precise origin remains a mystery.