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== Liger Zero Schneider ==
   
Liger Zero Schneider
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Liger Type
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'''Liger Zero Schneider'''
Helic Republic
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Weight 135 tons
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[[File:LigerZeroSchneider.jpg]]
Depth 24.1 m
 
Height 10.1 m
 
Maximum Speed 310 km/h
 
Weapons Laser Fangs, Strike Laser Claws (4), AZ 208 mm Double-Barrelled Shock Cannon, Rushing Laser Blades (5), Laser Blades (2)
 
Equipment Changing Armour System (CAS), E-Shield Generator (5), Multi-Sensor Scouting Pod, High-Output Ion Boosters (2), High-Energy Thrusters (2)
 
   
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Liger Zero Schneider
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135 tons
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24.1 m
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10.1 m
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Maximum Speed
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310 km/h
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Laser Fangs, Strike Laser Claws (4), AZ 208 mm Double-Barrelled Shock Cannon, Rushing Laser Blades (5), Laser Blades (2)
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Changing Armour System (CAS), E-Shield Generator (5), Multi-Sensor Scouting Pod, High-Output Ion Boosters (2), High-Energy Thrusters (2)
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<br />The first CAS Unit for the [[Liger Zero]], the CP-17 ''Schneider Unit'' is designed for close combat. It has seemingly much more attack power than the Jaeger or Zero units although it had a stopping problem in the first time it was used in New Century. The unit features seven energy blades mounted on the Liger Zero's head and sides (five around the head, one on each flank), which can be used to cut through enemy Zoid armor and energy shields. Additionally, the Zero Schneider features improved speed and acceleration through the use of a series of powerful boosters. The Zoid also mounts an Energy shield, one of the most powerful on any Zoid.
   
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The Zero Schneider was first deployed in ZAC 2101 as a part of the Helic invasion of the [[Guylos Empire]]. Replacing the Blade Liger, the Zoid proved to be far more effective. It was also used against the berserk [[Death Stinger]], managing to destroy the Zoid.
   
The first CAS Unit for the Liger Zero, the CP-17 Schneider Unit is designed for close combat. It has seemingly much more attack power than the Jaeger or Zero units although it had a stopping problem in the first time it was used in New Century. The unit features seven energy blades mounted on the Liger Zero's head and sides (five around the head, one on each flank), which can be used to cut through enemy Zoid armor and energy shields. Additionally, the Zero Schneider features improved speed and acceleration through the use of a series of powerful boosters. The Zoid also mounts an Energy shield, one of the most powerful on any Zoid.
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The CP-17 kit consists of three frames, as well as two small caps. The kit is molded in orange, gray and light blue; with additional painted details. The model was released in 2000, with production continuing until about 2002.
   
The Zero Schneider was first deployed in ZAC 2101 as a part of the Helic invasion of the Guylos Empire. Replacing the Blade Liger, the Zoid proved to be far more effective. It was also used against the berserk Death Stinger, managing to destroy the Zoid.
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In Korea, the model was released in a package with a Liger Zero. The model was also released in the U.S. with a [[Liger Zero|recoloured Liger Zero]] as a '''Toys "R" Us''' exclusive. There were no changes to the CP-17 kit itself in either release.
 
The CP-17 kit consists of three frames, as well as two small caps. The kit is molded in orange, gray and light blue; with additional painted details. The model was released in 2000, with production continuing until about 2002.
 
 
In Korea, the model was released in a package with a Liger Zero. The model was also released in the U.S. with a recoloured Liger Zero as a Toys "R" Us exclusive. There were no changes to the CP-17 kit itself in either release.
 
   
 
A chromed version was released by Leoshop of Taiwan.
 
A chromed version was released by Leoshop of Taiwan.

Revision as of 22:18, September 26, 2009

Liger Zero Schneider

Liger Zero Schneider

LigerZeroSchneider

Liger Zero Schneider

Liger TypeHelic Republic

Crew

1

Weight

135 tons

Depth

24.1 m

Height

10.1 m

Maximum Speed

310 km/h

Weapons

Laser Fangs, Strike Laser Claws (4), AZ 208 mm Double-Barrelled Shock Cannon, Rushing Laser Blades (5), Laser Blades (2)

Equipment

Changing Armour System (CAS), E-Shield Generator (5), Multi-Sensor Scouting Pod, High-Output Ion Boosters (2), High-Energy Thrusters (2)





The first CAS Unit for the Liger Zero, the CP-17 Schneider Unit is designed for close combat. It has seemingly much more attack power than the Jaeger or Zero units although it had a stopping problem in the first time it was used in New Century. The unit features seven energy blades mounted on the Liger Zero's head and sides (five around the head, one on each flank), which can be used to cut through enemy Zoid armor and energy shields. Additionally, the Zero Schneider features improved speed and acceleration through the use of a series of powerful boosters. The Zoid also mounts an Energy shield, one of the most powerful on any Zoid.

The Zero Schneider was first deployed in ZAC 2101 as a part of the Helic invasion of the Guylos Empire. Replacing the Blade Liger, the Zoid proved to be far more effective. It was also used against the berserk Death Stinger, managing to destroy the Zoid.

The CP-17 kit consists of three frames, as well as two small caps. The kit is molded in orange, gray and light blue; with additional painted details. The model was released in 2000, with production continuing until about 2002.

In Korea, the model was released in a package with a Liger Zero. The model was also released in the U.S. with a recoloured Liger Zero as a Toys "R" Us exclusive. There were no changes to the CP-17 kit itself in either release.

A chromed version was released by Leoshop of Taiwan.

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