You know that funny pink dragon logo on Dark Spiner's box, that's Eisen Dragoon's. Anybody got more info?

Nope, don't have it. Just wondering though, when you work on the Zoids Wiki, do you work on a computer, or a Ipod touch/Ipad. Just wondering. (Zoids Fanatic 21:14, June 17, 2010 (UTC))

Ancient Dell computer. Or my Mac on rare occasion. Just thought some of the Battle Story groups needed a bit more attention. I think Eisen Dragoons were used to overthrow a Zenebas city but I'm not positive. Berserk Fury and Dark Spiner are the only ones I remember having an Eisen Dragoon symbol, maybe the Storm Unit and therefore Storm Fury had it too. And YAY! No deletion.

In Battle Story, they were an Imperial force under the command of Gunther Prozen, and lead by his son, Wolff Muroa. Unfortunately, that's about all I know... I'd ask Tilly for more in-depth details. -Imperial Dragon 23:06, June 17, 2010 (UTC)
I'm going to move this to Eisen Dragoon. I believe that's the actual name of the unit. (At least, that's what I'm seeing mostly on the site.) Undo if you'd like, but use the talk page, please? -Imperial Dragon 23:17, June 17, 2010 (UTC)

On the subject of Blitzkreg, did the Eisen Dragoon uses quick Zoids and fast attacks? (Zoids Fanatic 23:20, June 17, 2010 (UTC))

They were an elite Guylos unit, and by Guylos we mean Neo Zenebas loyalists in disguise. Prozen did his coup thing, they revealed themselves, etc. Sommat like that, I'm not as strong on NJR (I can go Japanese site digging later). And yeah, it's Eisen Dragoon, the whole iron dragon thing comes from how they write the name in kanji but the furigana read "Eisen Dragoon". That's the same reason Ray Force got mistranslated as Flash Division a lot. Pointytilly 23:22, June 17, 2010 (UTC)

Ahh, I see. (Zoids Fanatic 23:23, June 17, 2010 (UTC))

Speaking of mis-translations, was Slash Wing also a Ray Force mess up?

Thank you, Tilly! =D On the Blitzkrieg bit: being "fast" isn't necessarily the entirety of the tactic. Blitzkrieg was a plan put in place by Hitler during WWII, to deploy against his enemies, as is common knowledge. In short, it used ground units as well as air support to quickly annihilate the enemy by overwhelming them with force and mobility. If the Eisen Dragoon unit used ground-based forces (infantry + panzers) that were aided with air support overhead, then it would be comparable. -Imperial Dragon 23:50, June 17, 2010 (UTC)

Right. But Blitzkreg means lightning war. If it's fast attack, and quick victory, then it's Blitzkreg. (Zoids Fanatic 23:52, June 17, 2010 (UTC))

Pilots? Edit

I remember there being at least like ... 5- Eisen Dragoon pilots noted in the cardgame/other places, but I can't find their names anywhere. Does anyone happen to know of any?

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