Despite pretending everything's okay after losing the Fire Phoenix in the previous episode, RD actually feels greatly upset about the loss of his Fuzor Partner. Meanwhile, at Savage Hammer, Sandra talks to Blake about his Gairyuki, explaining what the two fuzor components, Hien and Gekkou, are. The former is an aerial-assault Fuzor drone, while the latter is a submarine-type, although it has hovering capabilities.
At Mach Storm, a kid called Doug arrives and requests help for a problem. This problem is a pair of "Droids" (unmanned Zoids), the Dispelow and Evo Flyer, which have been terrorising his hometown. He himself pilots a Helcat, but is not a skilled pilot and was unable to defeat the two Zoids. Mach Storm agree and set out with their Leo Striker, Command Wolf, Liger Zero, König Wolf, a Gustav and Doug's Helcat. They set up a radar tracking system, but are unable to catch up with the two Zoids, due to their incredible speed. They eventually head toward Amy, who is the first to make contact. She bombs the Dispelow with her wolf's missiles and attacks the Evo Flyer with her Laser Claws. While she does damage them, they transform into different modes and catch her off-guard, badly damaging her Zoid. Sigma arrives to help and attacks the Dispelow, but is thrown away effortlessly, due to a rapid transformation. Both of them proceed to get attacked, but Helmut manages to arrive and offer some aid, fusing into his Command Striker, allowing him to badly damage the Evo Flyer and Dispelow. The two unmanned Zoids run, heading toward RD's location. RD is unable to put up a fight and the two effortlessly plow straight through him, destroying Doug's Helcat on the way.
Thus, with Mach Storm's failure, the episode ends.
- Introduced character(s): Doug
- Featured characters: Mach Storm, Doug, Savage Hammer
- Although Doug's Helcat is completely annihilated in this episode, he returns with it (or at least, an identical one) in the final episodes.
- Sandra states that the Gekkou has torpedoes, and the Hien is shown to have missiles on a simulation. In the series, however, neither Zoid has either of these weapons. This may be attributed to the way Fuzors animates ammunition, as this is not the only time in the series when the animation used for missiles and bullets are used in an interchangeable, and arbitrarily manner.
See also:Zoids: Fuzors