- Command Wolf

Pilots: O'connel
Above pilots for Standard Issue Command Wolf only.

    Command Wolf is seen many times throughout Chaotic Century, in many different situations. It is a common Zoid under the use of both the Republican Army and bandits- supposedly being easy to obtain on markets for personal use, not just military. Throughout the series there are several different types and variations referenced or seen, of which this page will describe. To the right of this section is the standard white Command Wolf used by the Republican Army.
    Featured Episodes: 6, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 34

- Command Wolf AU

Pilots: ---

    "Attack Unit"
    These wolves were deployed by the Republican Army around the time that Raven's Geno Breaker appeared. They feature, well, a CP-04 Attack Unit, as well as special boosters on the legs. These Zoids are white with a black frame, orange canopy, and have minor secondary frame colors as detailing, most notably the silver barrels of the unit.

    Featured Episodes: 47

- Desert Command Wolf

Pilots: Bianco, Nero

    The term Desert Command Wolf is not used officially in the series. It is only being noted here for the sake of distinguishing this variation.

    Although the Zoid does not appear to have any form of extra weaponry, the Desert Command Wolf is gold in color to help it blend in with its surroundings. This Zoid is used almost universally by bandits that are hiding in the expansive sands of the Imperial Continent and has seen many different pilots.

    Featured Episodes: 1, 2, 4, 38

Command Wolf IT:

Pilots: Irvine

    "Irvine Type"
    The Command Wolf IT is piloted by Irvine, and Irvine alone. The Zoid has a custom Long Range Rifle, and seems to have a wide range of customization made to it for storage, and to accomodate Irvine's batman level of equipment. It is worth noting that the Command Wolf's Long Range Rifle was only added after episode 14, when the Zoid abandoned the Spear Missile set.

    Like the Shield Liger, the Command Wolf is a very sentient Zoid, even if it mostly reacts to Irvine's command.

    Among its basic weaponry, Irvine's Command Wolf also has a thick cable that extends from the lower cap, capable of holding a human's weight. This cable has a harness to compliment it.

    Featured Episodes: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 40, 44, 45, 47

- Power Reinforced Command Wolf

Pilots: Rokai

    Also known as "Command Wolf TOWN", this Urban Combat unit is developed by the Helic Republic. At the time of its original deployment it was considered to be one of the strongest Zoids in New Helic City, which gives it quite a glowing reputation when such Zoids as the Gojulas are kept within the same city.

    The Zoid is piloted only once in a "major" episode role, stolen by an Imperial Pilot who was attempting to escape from the city. He took the Zoid that looked the strongest and fled, but was stopped by the Shield Liger, and escaped without the Zoid.

    Featured Episodes: 16, 34

Command Wolf Simulation Type:

Pilots: ---

    The Simulation Type (unofficial name) of the Command Wolf is painted entirely in grey, even the canopy. It is employed by the Helic Republican army for use in, you guessed it, simulation runs. Not only standard ones, but supposedly one of the hardest simulations that are accessible for pilots. They have no custom equipment.

    Featured Episodes: 35, 43

Command Wolf SM:

Pilots: Irvine

    "Spear Missile"
    The Command Wolf SM is piloted in only one episode; Episode 14. It is based on Irvine's Command Wolf IT, but is installed with a weapon system that was originally designed for the Gojulas. This Zoid's greatest asset is the spear missile (referred to in the show as the Multiple Missile Diffusion System,) designed to combat highly mobile Zoids.

    In addition to these spears, the wolf has a set of machine guns on the sides of the face and four flash flares on the sides of the back-mounted equipment. For more information on the Multiple Missile Diffusion System, refer to the CC Encyclopedia.

    Featured Episodes: 14

Command Wolf Zeke:

Pilots: Dan Flyhight

    In the beginning, Van manages to tame a wild Organoid. When he first meets this Zoid, he calls him "Zeke", after his father's Command Wolf.

    The Command Wolf known as Zeke was piloted by Dan Flyheight of the Republican Army, before the major technological advancements. It was assumed that this very sentient Zoid was extremely loyal to its master, and when the Imperial Army division lead by Minister Prozen came for the black Organoid, Dan sacrificed it all to keep the powerful Organoid from enemy hands. Zeke gave all of his power to trigger one last detonation of the core, resulting in the annihilation of Prozen's entire unit.

    Featured Episodes: 1