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Appearances Zoids: Wild
Debut Episode 15
Affiliation Death Metal Empire
Primary Zoids Dragz
Japanese Name Foie Gras
Voice Actors Rikiya Koyama

Mark Gibbon

Numb-Lock (Foie Gras in Japanese)is a fictional character from Zoids: Wild. He is a member of the Dark Metal Empires' "Four Dark Warriors" and the pilot of Dragz.


Zoids Wild[]

Numb-Lock is briefly seen in episode 2, and again in the post credits of episode 15, but does not appear prominently until episode 16.


Numb-Lock's personality quirk largely revolves around music references, with him hold drum sticks most of the time.

Ability as a Zoid pilot[]

Numb-Lock is a powerful opponent, who has extremely strong defences. He’s able to take a direct hit from the Liger's Wild Blast and remain largely unaffected. In solo combat, Dragz is one of the most powerful opponents faced by the protagonists, outside of Demise.

It often takes several Zoids to defeat the Zoid in single combat. When Numb-Lock fights as part of a team, he proves to be exceptionally effective. Notably, when using the Bonesaw's spines as swords, he manages to inflict serious damage to all of team Freedom's Zoids.


Numb-Lock has his own unique relationships with the following characters:

Battalia: Numb-Lock forcibly buys Battalia's services and sets her up to betray Arashi. However, she ultimately betrays him.


  • Like many characters in Zoids: Wild, Numb-Lock's Japanese "Foie Gras" name is based on food.
  • Like many of the other Dark Metal Empire characters, Numb-Lock's English name is related to IT.