|Appearances|| Zoids: Chaotic Century|
Zoids: Guardian Force
|Primary Zoids|| Guysak|
Sabre Tiger Stinger Special
|Voice Actors|| Kazuki Yao (Japanese)|
Claudio Moneta (English)
Stinger first appears during the plot to assassinate Crown Prince Rudolph, where he, knowing a huge sum of money is there for the taking, appears before Medlonik (Prozen's assassin) and his men and offers to help them take out Rudolph. He does this for his own goals however, seeking to retrieve the Organoid Zeke from the glowing sphere that had engulfed Van's Shield Liger at the time. Through poison, he is able to get Rudolph's Imperial Ring, but is not able to finish the job, as the newly-evolved Blade Liger emerges and defeats him.
Stinger returns in Guardian Force, once again targeting Rudolph. He teams up with the Crossbow Brothers, but is defeated by the Guardian Force. Following this, he is sent to prison, where he remains for most of the series, until Hiltz makes a move on the prison with his Death Stinger. Stinger is evacuated from the prison, with the help of the members of the Trinity Ghost, before bumping into (literally) the Crossbow Brothers once again. They decide that being set free would be meaningless if they were to simply let the world be destroyed by Hiltz, and take a stand against him. Though their ultimate fate is unknown, their attack is futile, and the whole area is annihilated by Hiltz's Charged Particle Cannon.
A so-called "handsome" man, Stinger is known to be very ruthless. His reputation as being incredibly skilled earned him the nickname "fisherman". He fights with highly modified Zoids, and uses poisons and chemical weapons to incapacitate his victims. He is known to be sharp-witted, and regularly catches his prey off-guard. As a side note, he orders milk when he goes to bars.
Like every other character, Stinger has his own unique relationships;
Crossbow Brothers: Stinger and the pair of mercenaries are seen to know each other quite well, and although the latter know of Stinger's reputation, they are also confident enough in their own abilities to think that they can accomplish what he could not. When they eventually get captured, they blame Stinger for their incarceration, but are quickly brought over to his side and agree to fight with him against Hiltz. As with Stinger, their ultimate fate is unknown, but it is fairly safe to assume they were killed by Hiltz's Charged Particle Cannon.
Zoids Legacy Database EntryEdit
The following text pertains to information sourced from the game Zoids Legacy. This game used a translation format that differs from the one used by the Zoids Wiki. It also contains grammatical and typographical errors. As such, any quoted content that appears to be incorrect should be cross-referenced with the game before being edited.
- "A prize hunter, who is after Van. Contrary to his feminine looks, he is cruel and sly, often using weapons such as poison gas. His only orders at bars are milk for beauty and health purposes."
|Chaotic Century Characters|
|Van Flyheight | Irvine | Moonbay | "Fiona" Elisi Linette | Zeke| Dr. D | | Rosso | Viola | Stinger | Minor Characters|
|Rob Herman | Krueger | O'Connell | Ford | President Camford|
|Gunther Prozen | Marcus | Karl L. Schubaltz | Rudolph Zeppelin III | Raven|
|Guardian Force Characters|
|Van Flyheight | "Fiona" Elisi Linette | Zeke | Dr. D | Thomas Richard Schubaltz|
|Rob Herman | Krueger | O'Connell | Ford | President Camford | Dan Flyheight (flashback)|
|Karl L. Schubaltz | Rudolph Zeppelin III | Rosso | Viola|
|Hiltz | Rease | Raven | Dark Kaiser | Irvine | Moonbay | Stinger | Ambient | Specula|