|Affiliation||Guylos Empire/Athle (Beast Warrior)|
|Primary Zoids|| Command Wolf|
|Japanese Name||アース・クロイツ (Arth Kreuze)|
Earth was once a soldier from the Empire along with his former partner, Flam Vogel, who later became one of Blood's mercenaries. After left his Imperial Military life, he goes to the Arcadia Kingdom where he served as Athle's Beast Warriors. For some reasons, Earth is shown to be a gentle person, in other words, his words are mostly powerful.
Earth's personality resembles that of Rosso, for they also have the same hair but in different colors. Earth is shown to be a forgivable person, and he has a strong sense of justice which means his words are powerful enough to taunt his opponents.
Ability as a Zoid pilot
Just like the other Beast Warriors, Earth also pilots both Command, and Konig Wolves. Even though he has a heart of an Imperial soldier, he also pilots a Lightning Saix for high-speed battles. And most especially fuzor-types such as the Chimera Dragon.
Earth has relationships with the following characters;
Athle: Earth both supports and trusts Athle, for he was willing to protect and risk his life for him.
Regina: He and Regina are on friendly terms.
Jack: Even though Jack looks down on Earth, they are shown to be on good and respective terms.
Flam: Earth and Flam start out as bitter rivals at the start, but after the Emperor's death, they respect each other more, after Blood and his men joined with Athle as a thanks to Max's intervention.
Zoids Legacy Database Entry
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- "One of the Three Beast Warriors of Arcadia Kingdom. He is a former officer of the Guylos Imperial Force. He supports Athle as one of the Beasts. Usually quiet but his words are vicious. Good at close combats[sic]. "