|Maximum Speed||Land:50 km/h (31 mph)
Water: 35 knots (64km/h or 39mph)
|Weapons||Missile Torpedo (2), Bazooka|
Overview[edit | edit source]
After the first Death Saurers were deployed, the Republic was forced to retreat to the central mountain range, where they created a new armed force. The Neptune was part of this new armed force, and was used for amphibious combat and support roles for larger zoids. Because the Neptune fought in the mountains, it was equipped with transparent "bullet proof" armor to make up for the limited moving space.
A Neptune pilot's standard equipment included an electromagnetic underwater gun, and a compressed gas cylinder letting them operate underwater.
Battle Story Appearances[edit | edit source]
In ZAC 2043 the Zenebas Empire successfully captured the Helic Republic capital using the new Death Saurers. Being defeated, the Republic fled to the central mountain range. In the mountains, the Republic reconstructed their army with small Zoids and used guerrilla warfare to fend off the pursuing Zenebas forces. The Neptune was part of the new army, along with the lightweight Battlerover and the heavier Megatropos. The Neptune was used to provided support for the Megatropos, and continued to with great effect.
Models[edit | edit source]
24-Scale Zoids[edit | edit source]
The kit was released in 1988, as part of the 24-Scale Zoids line. The kit is larger than a Power Up 1000, wind-up, and possesses one pilot wearing an underwater suit. This Zoid, like his fellows Megatopros and Battlerover, has a big transluscent flat part covering the head and most of the body.
Zevle[edit | edit source]
The kit was released in Japan in 1992 with the Zevle line, almost identical to the original except for the color scheme, and the pilot that has to be painted and built. He was named Bolide.
Toy's Dream Project[edit | edit source]
The kit was released as part of the Toy's Dream Project line and was completely identical to the original.