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{{Zoids
|Zoid_name = Sea Panther
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|Zoid_name = Sea Panther
|ImageName = Sea Panther
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|ImageName = Ojrspanther.jpg
 
|Model_number = EMZ-31
 
|Model_number = EMZ-31
|Zoid_type = Hermit Crab
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|Zoid_type = Hermit Crab
|Faction = Zenebas Empire
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|Faction = Zenebas Empire
|Crew = 1
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|Crew = 1
|Weight = 28.5
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|Weight = 28.5
|Length = 9.0
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|Length = 9.0
|Height = 4.9
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|Height = 4.9
|Speed = 100 kph / 50 knots
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|Speed = Land: 100 kmph (62 mph) Water: 50 knots (92 km/h or 57 mph)
|Weapons = High-Output Beam Cannon, 12-Shot Small-Type Missile Launcher, 3-Barrel Torpedo Pod
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|Weapons = High-Output Beam Cannon, 12-Shot Small-Type Missile Launcher, 3-Barrel Torpedo Pod
|Equipment = Infared Laser Searchlight
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|Equipment = Infared Laser Searchlight
 
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}}
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The '''Sea Panther''' is a [[Wikipedia:Hermit_crab|hermit crab]]-type Zoid, a race of biomechanical lifeforms from the fictional '''''[[Zoids]]''''' universe.
The Sea Panther is a [[Wikipedia:Hermit_crab|hermit crab]] type Zoid, a race of mechanical lifeforms from the fictional '''''[[Zoids]]''''' universe. Originally one of the rarer small windup kits in the franchise, it recently saw rerelease as part of the [[Zoid Graphics]] line.
 
   
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
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The Sea Panther was used by the [[Zenebas Empire]]. Like its type suggests, it was designed for amphibious work, and is fairly well-armed and armored for a Zoid of its size. Common variations (as seen on the OJR box) included one equipped with armor-piercing drills, and one modified with a heavy cannon even more like the [[Wikipedia:Panther_tank|tank]] it seems to derive its name from.
   
Sea Panther was used by the [[Zenebas Empire]]. Like its type suggests, it was designed for amphibious work, and is fairly well-armed and armored for a Zoid of its size. Common variations (as seen on the OJR box) included one equipped with armor-piercing drills, and one modified with a heavy cannon even more like the [[Wikipedia:Panther_tank|tank]] it seems to derive its name from.
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==Battle Story Appearances==
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The Zenebas Empire, having fled to the Dark Continent to regroup and get nastier Zoids, made to land on the Central Continent in ZAC 2041, engaging in a two-pronged surprise attack. The Sea Panther was involved in the ground half of this operation, presumably, as it was well-designed for such work.
 
==Battle Story appearances==
 
The Zenebas Empire, having fled to the Dark Continent to regroup and get nastier Zoids, made to land on the Central Continent in ZAC 2041, engaging in a two-pronged surprise attack. Sea Panther was involved in the ground half of this operation, presumably, as it was well-designed for such work.
 
 
 
==Media appearances==
 
The Zoid does not appear in any of the anime, though it's seen in earlier Zoids games as a wandering monster.
 
   
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==Media Appearances==
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The Zoid does not appear in any of the anime, though it's seen in earlier Zoid video games as wandering monsters.
   
 
==Models==
 
==Models==
===Original Japanese Release===
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===Zoids (1983)===
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The Sea Panther was originally released as part of the [[Zoids (1983)]] line, it was introduced in 1987. It was silver-grey and bright red plastic. The caps are a greyish teal, the cockpit a translucent red, and the pilot chrome silver. It uses a wind up motor for motion. The Zoid shares the same early "clampshell" cockpit style as most early Zenebas Zoids.
   
The Sea Panther was originally released in 1987, and is cast in silver-grey and bright red plastic. The caps are a greyish teal, the cockpit "glass" red, and the pilot chrome silver.
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===Zoids Graphics===
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Almost exactly identical to the 1983, the Zoid was reissued as a part of the Graphics release.
   
It still uses the standard windup "clamshell" cockpit, but places a piece representing the crab's eyes in front of it.
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The box art on the back of the 1983 version lead to the creation of the One Blox series for the Sea Panther.
   
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===Zoids Graphics===
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Pretty much functionally identical to the original Japanese release, the Graphics release also includes a frame of parts from the old whiteheads customize set. The stickers, however, are printed on particularly poor quality foil paper, and there are a number of reports of them sticking badly.
 
 
[[Category:Zoids]]
 
[[Category:Zoids]]
 
[[Category:Zenebas Empire Zoids]]
 
[[Category:Zenebas Empire Zoids]]
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[[Category:Aquatic Zoids]]
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[[Category:OJR]]
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[[Category:Zoids: The One Blox]]
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[[Category:Zoids Graphics]]
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[[Category:Lightweight Zoids]]
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[[Category:Amphibious Zoids]]

Latest revision as of 00:06, August 27, 2019

Sea Panther
Ojrspanther
EMZ-31
Hermit Crab Type
Zenebas Empire
Crew 1
Weight 28.5 tons
Depth 9.0 m
Height 4.9 m
Maximum Speed Land: 100 kmph (62 mph) Water: 50 knots (92 km/h or 57 mph)
Weapons High-Output Beam Cannon, 12-Shot Small-Type Missile Launcher, 3-Barrel Torpedo Pod
Equipment Infared Laser Searchlight

The Sea Panther is a hermit crab-type Zoid, a race of biomechanical lifeforms from the fictional Zoids universe.

OverviewEdit

The Sea Panther was used by the Zenebas Empire. Like its type suggests, it was designed for amphibious work, and is fairly well-armed and armored for a Zoid of its size. Common variations (as seen on the OJR box) included one equipped with armor-piercing drills, and one modified with a heavy cannon even more like the tank it seems to derive its name from.

Battle Story AppearancesEdit

The Zenebas Empire, having fled to the Dark Continent to regroup and get nastier Zoids, made to land on the Central Continent in ZAC 2041, engaging in a two-pronged surprise attack. The Sea Panther was involved in the ground half of this operation, presumably, as it was well-designed for such work.

Media AppearancesEdit

The Zoid does not appear in any of the anime, though it's seen in earlier Zoid video games as wandering monsters.

ModelsEdit

Zoids (1983)Edit

The Sea Panther was originally released as part of the Zoids (1983) line, it was introduced in 1987. It was silver-grey and bright red plastic. The caps are a greyish teal, the cockpit a translucent red, and the pilot chrome silver. It uses a wind up motor for motion. The Zoid shares the same early "clampshell" cockpit style as most early Zenebas Zoids.

Zoids GraphicsEdit

Almost exactly identical to the 1983, the Zoid was reissued as a part of the Graphics release.

The box art on the back of the 1983 version lead to the creation of the One Blox series for the Sea Panther.

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