Leviathe and her Death Stinger
|Affiliation||Terra Geist (Neo-Zenebas Empire)|
|Voice Actors||Ayako Kawasumi (Japanese)|
Carol-Anne Day (English)
Overview[edit | edit source]
There is little known about Leviathe. She was orphaned by a war, where she was taken in by Gard Krueger. Under Gard, she served as a Zoid pilot for Terra Geist.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Leviathe is shown to be a ruthless warrior, she shows no allegiance to anyone but Gard.
Ability as a Zoid pilot[edit | edit source]
Initially, Leviathe pilots a Redler, although she changes Zoids in various encounters.
In Battle Legends, she is seen piloting a Death Stinger.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Leviathe has relationships with these following characters;
Reiner: Leviathe is hostile towards Reiner, Reiner even gloats about her losses.
Zeru (Zoids Legacy): Being defeated by Zeru several times humiliated her. As a result she was forced to use unstable ZOS (Zoidcore Overload System). After her fight with Zan, Reiner and Zeru, she finally accepted defeat.
Gard: Gard is the ones who took her in, Gard trained her to become a better warrior. She never disobeys him, and Leviathe is shown to risk her life for him.
Viper: Leviathe is in good terms with Viper.
Reika: Leviathe is loyal to Reika. She is shown to obey Reika's orders without question.
Zoids Legacy Database Entry[edit | edit source]
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.
- "L. Kanone. Orphaned by the war but saved by Gard, receiving elite training to be a Zoids pilot. He[sic] absolutely believes in Gard. Caught off guard, he[sic] is defeated by the main character but faces him many times."
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- As seen above, in the English-translated version of Zoids Saga II (Zoids Legacy), Leviathe is mistakenly referred to as 'he'.