- Command Wolf Attack Custom

Registration Number: RZ-042
Name: Command Wolf AC "Attack Custom"
Japanese: コマンドウルフ(アタックカスタム)
Height: 10.0 m
Length: 14.7 m
Weight: 66 T
Speed: 200 km/h
* Stat Information: Based on Battle Story
Weapons: Equipment:
    AZ 2-Shot 250mm Long Range Cannon (Back)
    Electron Bite Fang (Mouth)
    Strike Claw x4 (Paws)
    Assistance Booster x2 (Legs)
    Smoke Discharger x2 (Sides)
    Stabilizer x2 (Side of Guns)

- Command Wolf AC Introduction

    The Command Wolf AC is one of the most well known of the wolf variations, featured as a prominent character in two major animes. It has also served extensively in the armies, both in written and visual medias as one of the most wide spread Republican units.

- Additional Equipment Information

- 2-Shot 250mm Long Range Cannon

2-Shot 250mm Long Range Cannon:

    This double barrel cannon functions as what appears to be an artillery (non-energy) weapon. Both of the gun barrels fire simultaneously, rather than one at a time. The gun also retains a wide range of motion, able to rotate 360 degrees.

    The Stabilizer x2 mentioned in the stats list refer to the large panels on either side of the gun.

- Assistance Booster

Assistance Booster:

    These two leg boosters are installed just below the middle of the leg. They ease the effects of mobility from carrying such a large weapon on the back, although are still not enough to return the wolf to its original 210 km/h.

- Merchandise

- Model Kits:


- Figures


- Cards


- Assorted


- Media Appearances

- New Century /Zero

Command Wolf AC was featured in New Century Zero, as a Zoid piloted by the mercenary Brad. Originally it was installed with the LC gun, identicle to the Irvine wolf. Later on it was upgraded to the Attack Unit. Unfortunately, in Episode 20 the Zoid died after falling down a cliff and being unable to evade an oncoming missile barrage. Brad's wolf is distinguished from normal AC variations by its black tail.

- Zoids Fuzors

The Zoid appeared a second time in Fuzors, where the Attack Custom was piloted by Helmet. While the Zoid did not receive any permanent weapon upgrades, after its first fusion with the Leo Striker to become the Command Striker the Zoid's color permanently changed. It remained silver and never returned to the original blue color.

- Secondary Media Appearances

    Anime Media: New Century Zero
    Anime Media: Zoids Fuzors

    Manga Media: New Century Zero

    Magazine Media: Fan Book Vol. 5

    Assorted Media: TT Banners

    Game Media: Zoids Saga I
    Game Media: Zoids Saga II
    Game Media: Zoids Saga Fuzors
    Game Media: Zoids Saga DS: Legend of Arcadia
    Game Media: Zoids VS I
    Game Media: Zoids VS II
    Game Media: Zoids VS III
    Game Media: Zoids Scramble
    Game Media: Zoids Battle Card Game: Volume 6

- Notable Variations

- Color Variations