In 2001, Tomy introduced a new line of Zoids named "Blox." The Blox
Zoids were smaller, non motorized Zoids that were built around
a plastic cube. The plastic cube had an port on each side
in which one could attach various parts. (The cube itself is known
as a Blox.) The new Blox system did not provide any movement,
yet it did allow one to combine a variety of kits with ease.
Hasbro again saw the popularity of this Zoids series and released
it in the US as "Z-Builders." The majority of the Z-Builders
were re-releases of the Japanese Blox line, but Hasbro again
developed several distinct new models including, but not limited to,
Brachio Zilla and Dimetra Ptera. I have grouped both the NJR Blox
and the Z-builders lines into one page.
In the Battle Story Zoids Blox were produced by a company by the name of "ZOITEC" which resided on the Eastern Continent. With their resources and facilities limited, Blox were the only scale of Zoids they could produce.
Legend Blox Murasame Liger Unenlagia BZ-002 Mosasledge BZ-003
Flyscissors BZ-005 Diploguns BZ-007 Shell Karn BZ-006
Demonshead BZ-008 Buster Eagle BZ-009 Boldguard BZ-010
Missle Tortise BZ-011.A Leo Striker BZ-012 Cannon Diver BZ-013
Styluarmor BZ-015 Laserstorm BZ-017 Dispelow BZ-018
Evo Flyer BZ-019 Power Mammoth BZ-101 Power Mantis BZ-102
Gorilla Tron BZ-103 Ray Saurer BZ-104 Brachio Zilla BZ-105
Dimetra Ptera BZ-106 Leogator BZ-107 Jet Falcon BZ-109
Lord Gale D.A. Lizards Fire Phoenix RZ-101
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