I was wondering. They said if the Zoids Eve is destoryed, all Zoids will die. I wonder, how do they all die at once? I normally think that it has somthing to do with the all Zoid Cores being linked to the Zoids Eve, and if the Eve dies, then they die. Of course my other ideas range from the firing of the Halo Array, to alerting the U.U.E. that the planet is lost to Necromorphs, and has to be stripped of its crust (ok, maby these theorys would bring the end to all life on Zi, and the Milky Way).

Anyone else have any ideas?

(Zoids Fanatic 01:15, May 16, 2010 (UTC)) So not typing all that twice! Pointytilly 01:24, May 16, 2010 (UTC)

Hmm, sounds interseting, though I still have different ideas on why Fiona was created. (Zoids Fanatic 01:40, May 16, 2010 (UTC))

The zoid eve is the fundamental power source for all zoids. I wrote this up on the zoid core page. How do they all die at once? Well, it's never stated. If you want to make up some answer, wireless power is a good one to just invent. Think like the Zoid eve is a radio transmitter, and the zoids are receivers. If the zoid eve dies, the cores don't get power, so the zoid dies. If the core of a zoid dies, they can't get power from zoid eve, so the zoid also dies. If you really want to get inventive, it can be guessed that the Zoid eve was destroyed in the catastrophe before the events in Genesis. Hence the need for reggel to power zoids. But yeah. This is just fan wanking (sorry, I don't know of a better term for it XD) There is no actual cannon for this. Sylvanelite 01:59, May 16, 2010 (UTC)

P.S. We should probably make a zoid eve pageSylvanelite 02:03, May 16, 2010 (UTC)

doesnt the zoid eve get destroyed at the end of the series? as u see van's bladey leave the ancient city, the city begins to collapse on itself amd you see zpid eve pretty muchgo with it. doesnt that contridict that if zoid eve goes byebye zoids go byebye?--Leon35 02:50, May 16, 2010 (UTC)

Eveopolis (or however it's spelt) collapses back in on itself, but the Zoid eve doesn't die. It just goes back to what it was before the series started. Sylvanelite 03:01, May 16, 2010 (UTC)

So the Zoid Eve is still there. Well, guess we don't have to worry about the Halo under the city. For now. (I'm kidding by the way). (Zoids Fanatic 03:04, May 16, 2010 (UTC))

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