“Sure, it’s been over a decade since we managed to acquire this Zoid,” stated Kannik, head of this particular Zoids stable, “but fortunately, like wine, Zoids only improve with aging. It may have taken a long time to get around to it, but we are beyond excited to have our newest member finally join the team.”
One of the most foundational of Zoids, Command Wolves are some of the most versatile and well varied models. While not large in stature, the Command Wolf (Irvine Custom) is one capable machine, with its large turreted cannon being the prime draw. “That sucker packs a wallop, with good range and accuracy to boot. And while Command Wolves are no feline, it’s agile enough to keep up with the rest of the pride. It expecially makes a great compliment to the shorter-ranged focus of the Blade Liger.”
“And it’s a good looker!” continued Kannik. With its rich tones of deep green with some red flair, and the hyper detail that comes from the Highend Model Master line, most in the crowd seemed to agree.
With 11 Zoids now operating within the team, is there more to come? “Oh my yes. I’ve got three more that have been aging on the shelf, and I may, er, just have purchased our first flying Zoid. It’s currently stuck in a quarantine hold, but it’ll be on its way over soon enough.”
It will only be a matter of finding time enough to get them all up and running.
An Irvine Custom – sweet! 😃
Very! :D I’ve had it sitting in a box for something like 11 years and I’m so giddy to finally have gotten a chance to put it together. (Now to work on the other 3 boxes… :P)