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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
This episode is character development for [[Sanratan]].
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This episode is character development for [[Greta]].
   
Under the guise of working wiht her to repay debt, this ep goes into her background, explaining that as a child her father (Wonton) ofter left her alone for long periods while he went to work with the [[Catalga]]. One day, he got sick, and Sanratan went with him. As she did, she grew up doing her job and with the Catalga. The story implyies he died only to reveal at the end that he was alive all along.
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Under the guise of working with her to repay debt, this episode goes into her background, explaining that as a child her father (Walter) often left her alone for long periods while he went to work with the [[Catalga|Spineless]]. One day, Greta went with him. As she did, she grew up doing her job and with the Spineless, becoming the sole operator of Spineless in the process. The story implies he died only to reveal at the end that he was alive all along.
   
During the episode, the Freedom group visit a town renowned for shopping, only to find it in ruins from Death Metal. While they talk, Sanratan talks about Freedom needing more allies, and mentions the Hunter Wolf. As they go to the next town, the Death Metal raptor trio attack. The freedom group repel them, but during their retreat they blow up a bridge so that they can't follow.
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During the episode, the Freedom group visit a town renowned for shopping, only to find it in ruins from Death Metal. While they talk, Greta talks about Freedom needing more allies, and mentions the existence of another possible member, the rider of [[Hunter Wolf|Alpha Shadow]]. As they go to the next town, the [[Dark Metal Empire|Dark Metal]] [[Raptor|Rapterrix]] trio attack. The freedom group repel them, but during their retreat they blow up a bridge so that they can't follow.
   
Sanratan uses her Wild Blast, revealing a drill under the Catalga's head, she then tunnels under the river and Arashi finishes off the Death Metal forces.
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Greta uses her Wild Blast, revealing a drill under the Spineless's head, she then tunnels under the river and Arashi finishes off the Dark Metal forces.
   
Some hints are dropped about the Zoid Key Bacon gave to Arashi. It's implied it's the Death Rex's key.
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Some hints are dropped about the Zoid Key Quade gave to Arashi. It's implied it's [[Demise]]'s key.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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* In the Japanese version, it's more strongly implied that Greta's father (Wonton) died causing Greta to take over. In the dub, some of these scenes are removed.
 
 
* This is not the first time in Zoids that a character's father is believed to have died based on misleading dialogue, only to show up later in fine health. A similar situation happened to [[Oscar Hemeros]] in New Century.
 
* This is not the first time in Zoids that a character's father is believed to have died based on misleading dialogue, only to show up later in fine health. A similar situation happened to [[Oscar Hemeros]] in New Century.
 
* This episode was the start of a new season, and saw the intro/ending songs change:
 
* This episode was the start of a new season, and saw the intro/ending songs change:

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The Family Business!
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The Family Business!
Dub The Family Business!
Name Translation Burn it! Carrier's Pride!
Japanese Name 燃えよ!運び屋の誇り!
Romanization Moeyo! Hakobi-ya no hokori!
Japanese Opening Sky Flight
Japanese Ending Speed Up
English Opening TBA
English Ending TBA
Season Zoids: Wild
Episode (season) 027 (Zoids: Wild)
Episode (series) 027 (Wild series)
Episode (lifetime) 196 (Zoids)
Japanese Airdate January 12, 2019
English Airdate October 01, 2020 (Netflix)
Previous The Road Ahead!
Next The Lone Wolf!


The Family Business! is the twenty-seventh episode of Zoids: Wild. It first aired in Japan on January 12, 2019.

Overview[edit | edit source]

This episode is character development for Greta.

Under the guise of working with her to repay debt, this episode goes into her background, explaining that as a child her father (Walter) often left her alone for long periods while he went to work with the Spineless. One day, Greta went with him. As she did, she grew up doing her job and with the Spineless, becoming the sole operator of Spineless in the process. The story implies he died only to reveal at the end that he was alive all along.

During the episode, the Freedom group visit a town renowned for shopping, only to find it in ruins from Death Metal. While they talk, Greta talks about Freedom needing more allies, and mentions the existence of another possible member, the rider of Alpha Shadow. As they go to the next town, the Dark Metal Rapterrix trio attack. The freedom group repel them, but during their retreat they blow up a bridge so that they can't follow.

Greta uses her Wild Blast, revealing a drill under the Spineless's head, she then tunnels under the river and Arashi finishes off the Dark Metal forces.

Some hints are dropped about the Zoid Key Quade gave to Arashi. It's implied it's Demise's key.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the Japanese version, it's more strongly implied that Greta's father (Wonton) died causing Greta to take over. In the dub, some of these scenes are removed.
  • This is not the first time in Zoids that a character's father is believed to have died based on misleading dialogue, only to show up later in fine health. A similar situation happened to Oscar Hemeros in New Century.
  • This episode was the start of a new season, and saw the intro/ending songs change:
  • Intro: Sky Flight - sky peace
  • Ending: speedup - noovy

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