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The Shadow Fox was released as part of the [[Zoids (1999)]] line<ref>https://zoids.fandom.com/wiki/File:Shadowfox_ja_front.jpg</ref>. It was introduced in 2000, with production continuing until 2004.
 
The Shadow Fox was released as part of the [[Zoids (1999)]] line<ref>https://zoids.fandom.com/wiki/File:Shadowfox_ja_front.jpg</ref>. It was introduced in 2000, with production continuing until 2004.
   
The Shadow Fox kit comes on six sprues, along with the wind-up motor, orange cockpit 'eyes', 24 rubber caps, two gears, a label sheet and a pilot figure. The Shadow Fox is moulded in silver-grey, black and metallic blue, with gold and metallic grey details painted on. For a number of Shadow Foxes, the black color had a slight green tint, likely a production error. The points where these parts were cut from the sprue made the green tint more evident, especially when placed next to a "normal" Shadow Fox.
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The Shadow Fox kit comes on six sprues, along with the wind-up motor, orange cockpit 'eyes', 24 rubber caps, two gears, a label sheet and a pilot figure. The Shadow Fox is moulded in silver-grey, black, and metallic blue, with gold and metallic grey details painted on. For a number of Shadow Foxes, the black colour had a slight green tint, likely a production error. The points where these parts were cut from the sprue made the green tint more evident, especially when placed next to a "normal" Shadow Fox.
   
The Zoid uses a wind-up motor for movement; once the Zoid is activated, it slowly walks forwards. The Zoid's head and neck can be manually positioned, the jaw opened and closed, and the Vulcan cannon can be elevated and rotated. A gearing mechanism on the side of the cannon can also be used to rotate the barrels.
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The Zoid uses a wind-up motor for movement; once the Zoid is activated it slowly walks forwards. The Zoid's head and neck can be manually positioned, the jaw opened and closed, and the Vulcan cannon can be elevated and rotated. A gearing mechanism on the side of the cannon can also be used to rotate the barrels.
   
 
The main feature of the Zoid is that the back-mounted weapons rack carries a variety of pegs in different widths, allowing a wide range of weapons from other Zoids to be mounted. The rack has three standard-sized pegs, as well as a large-sized peg and a square hole. The latter allows the mounting of the battery packs from several other Zoids, such as the Lightning Saix, Berserk Fury, and [[Death Stinger]].
 
The main feature of the Zoid is that the back-mounted weapons rack carries a variety of pegs in different widths, allowing a wide range of weapons from other Zoids to be mounted. The rack has three standard-sized pegs, as well as a large-sized peg and a square hole. The latter allows the mounting of the battery packs from several other Zoids, such as the Lightning Saix, Berserk Fury, and [[Death Stinger]].
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