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Deboss Army

An alien race created from the cells of the giant creature known as "Deboss". They invaded Earth millions of years ago, only to be defeated by Torin and the Zyudenryu, and sealed into the frozen ice caps. With the thawing of the planet they were freed from their slumber, and now seek to release Deboss from his icy tomb. To do this, they must thaw his frozen heart by gathering three different types of human emotion: Anger, Sadness and Happiness.
    Tropes for the organization as a whole 

General Tropes

  • Color-Coded Characters: Each of their dominant colors is shared with a Kyoryuger: Dogold is red and gold, Aigaron blue, Candelira pink, Luckiero green and Chaos black.
  • Emotion Eater: The Deboss Army aims to harvest joy, rage, and sorrow to resurrect Deboss. In #26, they also apply resentment to oppose the Kyoryugers' bravery.
  • Expy: Has quite a bit in common with the Jamanga from Madan Senki Ryukendo.
  • Playing Card Motifs: The Deboss Knights and Luckyuro have card suit symbols on their bodies.
    • Dogold = Clubs
    • Aigaron and Icerondo = Spades
    • Candelilla and Killborero = Hearts
    • Luckyuro = Diamonds
    • Endolf = Pentaclesnote 
  • Redemption Earns Life: Luckiero and Candelira get away free and clear while the villains who remain villainous, even if sympathetic, bite the dust.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The Deboss Army has been frozen in ice since the extinction of the dinosaurs. Even after their awakening, their leader Deboss is still imprisoned.
  • Shout-Out: The first three Deboss Knights and Luckyuro follows the roles of their respective The Wizard of Oz characters:
  • Spell My Name with an "S": So far we've had "Deboss" and "Devoss"note  but after episode 14 we have "Deboth" which was found on a textbook Luckyuro was reading from.
    • "Deboth" has turned up multiple times since then, meaning it is probably the official Romanization. Bit late for the fansubbers, though.
  • Theme Naming: The Generals' names are all derived from "Kidoairaku" note  and forms of currency:
    • Dogold = "Rage" and "Gold"
    • Aigaron = "Sorrow", "Eye", and "Galleon"
    • Candelilla = "Joy", "Candy", and "Lira"
    • Luckyuro = "Comfort", "Lucky", and "Euro"
    • Endolf = "Resentment", "Engulf", and "Yen"note 
    • D = "Death" and "Dollar"
    • Icerondo = "Sorrow", "Ice", and "Pound"
    • Killborero = "Joy", "Killjoy", and "Boliviano"



The Dark Species/Transcendenterfly God | Voice Actor: Toru Okawa

The giant alien that once attempted to invade Earth millions of years ago. His subordinates, the Deboss Army, are created from his cells.

  • Almighty Idiot: Unlike his offspring, he's just a mindless, rampaging beast at least initially.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking
  • Ax-Crazy
  • Badass Arm-Fold: In all of his forms, his chest is designed to look like this pose.
  • Bad Boss: Kills Viruson for kicks after he's revived then attacks his Knights for no real reason.
  • Big Bad: Steps into the role in episode 44 after being fully revived and assuming his Transcendenterfly God form.
  • Bishōnen Line: Becomes more humanoid as the Transcendenterfly God. Makes sense, as his giant form was intended to fight dinosaurs and his smaller form is intended to fight humans.
  • Butterfly of Death and Rebirth: Plays heavily into his final form, with his face bearing a butterfly-like object (mustache?) and wielding an attack which launches a butterfly-shaped energy projectile.
  • Came Back Wrong: Is revived in the same condition that he used to wipe out the dinosaurs. Unfortunately for the Deboss Army, it's wrong for things on their part. Due in part to his heart not fully thawing from a small lack of Joy and Rage.
  • Colony Drop: Summoned a swarm of meteors while possessing Chaos's body.
  • Death from Above: In the finale, Deboss had the Frozen Castle fly into space, his plan was to broadcast his evil melody at the Earth, killing all life.
  • Double Meaning/Punny Name: Deboss's final form is called "Chouzetsushin", which would normally mean "Transcendant God", except that the Chou kanji is the one for "Butterfly" (蝶) rather than "Super" (超). Overtime chose to render this in English as "Lepidominant Lord", while That Other Wiki uses the more on-the-nose "Transcendenterfly God".
  • The Dreaded: Simply mentioning his return drawing near strikes fear into our fearless heroes.
    • In episode 22, when he revived, the Zyudenryu were almost paralyzed with fear just because they had to fight against him.
  • Dumbass No More: After his complete revival in #44, Deboss is no longer a mindless beast. He personally takes back leadership from Chaos and even has a fairly menacing voice. Yes, Deboss can speak.
  • Dumb Muscle: Deboss has no form of strategy other than "Kill everything" leaving Chaos in charge after his revival.
    • Averted after #44.
  • Eldritch Abomination: The fact he's called the Planetary Illness and can create an entire race of deadly monsters from his cells certainly has this vibe.
  • Emotion Eater: Apparently one, just like his followers, who are trying to gather enough Rage, Happiness, and Sorrow for him to consume and get defrosted.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: To the point where positive emotions such as courage scare him.
  • Expy:
    • Of Cthulhu. They're both tentacled cosmic entities sleeping beneath the sea and waiting to awaken and wipe up all life on Earth. And like Cthulhu, Deboss is just a servant for an entity far greater than himself.
    • He bears some similarities to Dezumozorlya too, both being prehistoric gods of evil responsible for wiping out the dinosaurs who also have a Cult based around them seeking to revive them.
    • He's also similar to Cell for having an insect motif (albeit a different species), being green in color, and undergoing a similar Bishōnen Line.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: After his revival...he gets no characterization. He just wants to kill everyone and everything and destroy the Earth. Justified, as that's exactly what he was created to do.
  • Genius Loci
  • God of Evil: While not explicitly stated, Chaos is his High Priest and all of the Deboss Army was created from his cells.
    • This has become more evident since ep 17, where it's shown that even the Zorima, who thus far have been been faring about as well as you'd expect, are suddenly far stronger then they were previously. And that's not factoring the Knights, or Chaos, who gains the ability to heal wounds of Debo Monsters and strengthen them, as well as grant them new weaponry. Why does all this occur? Because Master Deboss is beginning to awaken.
    • And in episode 22, he returned in the same form that he had used to wipe out the dinosaurs! Shudder!
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Is the leader of the Deboss Army, but presently Sealed Evil in a Can and thus Chaos is the acting Big Bad.
    • Returned in Brave 22, but Came Back Wrong and was almost completely destroyed by the newly formed Bakuretsu Kyoryuzin.
    • The Monster of the Week in Brave 41-42 produces copies of Deboss.
    • He eventually returns completely with a new Deboss Legion and claims his title as the Transcendenterfly God.
  • The Juggernaut
  • Meaningful Name / Pun: His name is actually a pun of "The Boss".
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: "Dark Species" is a pretty menacing title by itself, but he's also called the Planetary Illness.
  • Not Quite Dead: Just before Bakuretsu Kyoryuzin's finisher caused him to explode, Master Deboss implanted his heart into Chaos. This not only allowed his body to survive, albeit back as the Frozen Castle, but he enabled Chaos and Dogold to survive as well. Along with Aigaron, who was saved from his explosion, just like the team was.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: The dinosaurs aren't the first species he's wiped out.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Is still frozen, and the Deboss' primary goal is freeing him. In episode 22, they succeed.
  • Sadist: He blows up many planets on a regular basis, even though he's told by Devius to do so.
  • Shock and Awe
  • Shout-Out: To the Wizard, as well as the Emerald City, with his primarily green color palette and acting as the base of operations for his minions for the vast majority of the show.
  • Staff of Authority
  • There Is Another: A bombshell he dropped a few moments before he died was that there was another, even more powerful Eldritch Abomination that created him to destroy planets.
    • Debatable, Deboss states he was created to "STUDY" all the various forms of life, not destroy them. He never mentions about Devius changing his purpose so it could possibly be a scenario of Gone Horribly Wrong with Deboss deviating from his original purpose.
    • His creator Devius makes his way for Earth to finish the job, as he'll be the Big Bad of the To Qger vs Kyroyuger crossover. So not exactly Gone Horribly Wrong consider how his Creator decides to go to Earth himself.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Despite the lighthearted tone, Deboss is an Omnicidal Maniac and Eldritch Abomination played frighteningly straight.
  • Wave-Motion Gun

    Hundred-Faced High Priest Chaos 


Many-Faced High Priest/Thousand-Faced Priest | Voice Actor: Takayuki Sugo

The current leader of the Deboss Army, who oversees their operation.

  • All Your Base Are Belong to Us: Invades the Spirit Base and confronts Torin in #35.
  • Badass Preacher: He is a Deboss high priest after all.
  • Benevolent Boss: He's very level-headed for a Super Sentai Big Bad, taking the success and failures of his generals in stride without a hint of You Have Failed Me. His fair and respectful treatment of Luckyuro, the most childish of the Deboss Army, is probably the most telling sign of this (well, except when it's time for the Blastic Pointer, but even that's only used sparingly as a harsh-but-fair disciplinary tool).
    • Zig-zagged when he fires Luckiero. Yeah, it's mean, but most Toku villains probably would've just killed him.
  • Big Bad: For most of the series, given how Deboss is sealed for most of it.
    • He noticeably stays in charge after Deboss awakens, giving him commands due to his bosses lack of intelligence. At least until Deboss's complete revival
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Torin's Abel.
  • Captain Ersatz: Looks like a demonic version of the Statue of Liberty.
  • The Chessmaster: It is clear he is more of a strategist when compared to the much more active Deboss Legion Knights. When he comes up with a plan, it typically works.
  • The Dragon: He's Deboss's High Priest and second-in-command.
    • Co-Dragons: In the past he shared the role with his brother Torin.
    • Dragon-in-Chief: While Deboss is sealed and later too mindless to give orders, its Chaos who leads the army and formulates the Evil Plan.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Subverted. He understands that humanity's bravery and courage gives them strength greater than Deboss, and wants those powers for both Deboss and himself.
  • Evil Sorcerer
  • Godzilla Threshold: He considers Plezuon showing up to be this and seriously he really raises the stakes in response.
  • The Heavy: Since Deboss is sealed its up to Chaos to formulate plots and schemes to drive the plot.
  • Horned Humanoid: In his Thousand-Faced Priest form.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Deboss wouldn't nearly be huge a threat without Chaos' Chessmaster skills.
  • Implacable Man
  • Kansas City Shuffle: His plan to steal Pteragordon in episode 7. He pretends to perform a basic Monster of the Week attack when he really wants the giant unstoppable pterosaur.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Whenever he cooks up a plan, expects things to constantly go From Bad to Worse for our heroes as he effortlessly outsmarts them.
  • Mood-Swinger: In #44, as a result of absorbing emotional energy for Chaos, he swings rapidly between anger ("It's your fault for failing so much!"), sorrow (sobbing "Why am I Surrounded by Idiots?") and joy ("Oh well, It Can't Be Helped. Ha ha ha!")
  • Mouth of Sauron: He basically refers to himself as this trope in Episode 7.
    • In Brave 26 he is the only one to be able to understand Deboss's growling speech, relaying his words to the Knights.
  • One-Winged Angel: Is granted more power once Deboss fully returns and claims the title of Thousand-Faced Priest. But only when Deboss is possessing him.
  • Only Sane Man: Of the awakened Deboss commanders, he's about the only one who's completely serious played as such.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Doesn't really do anything, he just leaves the plotting to the Knights and Luckyuro, while letting the Greater-Scope Villain decide whose plan to use. Somewhat justified, though because he is a High Priest, not a Knight or Spy like the others.
    • Finally comes out and attacks Daigo and summons Pteragordon in #7
  • Pet the Dog: He really does seem to care for and respect Luckyuro, and has taken it upon himself to 'teach' the Spy how to be a better monster. He also mentions viewing the generals as his 'family' on one occasion.
    • Kick the Dog: Orders for Luckyruo and Candelira to both be killed, and adds Aigaron to this list soon after.
  • Psychotic Smirk: as the Thousand-Faced Priest.
  • The Rival / Arch-Enemy: To Torin. The two apparently fought once in the past.
    • Shoot the Dangerous Minion: His reasoning for turning on Candelira and Luckyuro is because he believes letting them live would get them to defect like Torin did. Unfortunately, by ordering their deaths, he caused the exact Heel–Face Turn he claims he wants to avoid.
  • Shout-Out: To the Wicked Witch of the West. Like his counterpart, he's defeated by Dorothy so she can go home.
  • Spell Book: Carries one around with him most of the time. He also uses this book to gain control of Pteragordon.
  • Spikes of Villainy
  • Soul Jar: Is one to Master Deboss's frozen heart.
  • The Stoic
  • Thanatos Gambit: In the final episode, he allows Dantetsu to kill him so he can go to Deboss Hell in an attempt to keep Torin and the Spirit Rangers from destroying it. He fails mainly due to Candelira's Big Damn Heroes moment.
  • This Cannot Be!: His reaction to seeing Torin become the 10th Kyoryuger.
  • Torin Is My Younger Brother: Chaos reveals that Torin was once part of the Deboss Legion and his younger brother, much to the horror of the 6 Kyoryugers.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Deboss. He'll even kill people he considers family to please him.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Dantetsu and Torin checkmated him in a single move.
  • Villainous Breakdown: When Candelila foils his plans in the finale. As his spirit is dying, Chaos finally breaks down and screams how he knew that she would ruin everything.
  • We Have Reserves: After Dogold complains that his new body wouldn't last long, Chaos just answers that they would use another monster.
  • Wham Line: "Torin here was once a member of the Deboss Legion. He is my younger brother."
  • Wicked Warlock
  • Willing Channeler: To Deboss
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: In one episode he reveals that Torin cut off one of the wing/flame-like objects on his back long ago; he could regenerate it, but chose not to do so until he inflicts the same pain on Torin. Even after he has one of Torin's wings hacked off, though, he still doesn't regenerate.



The Knight of Rage | Voice Actor: Satoshi Tsuruoka

The Knight in charge of gathering Anger. Dogold is a perpetually-angry Blood Knight who is always seeking to vent his frustrations through battle.

  • Animated Armor: Was this before possessing Utsusemimaru and is what he probably is now.
    • Somewhat. In Brave 11, Chaos created another Cambrima and placed Dogold's facemask on him to allow the commander to eat the weaker monster, and gain a body. However both noted that this would last only about a month, to which Chaos simply replies that they'll merely use another Cambrima. No longer an issue now that he has Endolf.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Utchy.
  • A Twinkle in the Sky: Was reduced to one by Daigo and his dad.
  • Bad Boss: When one of his monsters' plans fails, he angrily kicks him aside, not even checking to see if he's okay before running to fight the Rangers.
  • Berserk Button: Endolf gets him angrier than anything else can.
  • BFS: The Kenka Joutou.
  • Body Surf: Can do so and has possessed multiple bodies. He frequently uses a Cambrima, though from time to time, he possesses more powerful bodies, such as Utchy and Endolf.
  • Catchphrase: Haradatashii ze! (How irritating!). It's even in the title of Brave 15, in which he's the main villain of the week.
  • Cool Guns: He's got Endolf's gun now.
  • Cool Sword: Besides the Kenka Joutou he's got Endolf's sword along with the gun in a package deal.
  • The Corrupter: To Dr. Nakazato, Nobu's friend.
  • Cowardly Lion: Zigzagged. Dogold's no coward, but he gets enough guts to out-gambit and kill Endolf with Utchy as part of their Enemy Mine.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Gets surprisingly close to this when he first sees Debo Kyawaeen, getting very flustered and tongue-tied, but walks away grumbling awkwardly before anything else could happen.
  • Death Seeker: He secret desire is to die by Utchy's blade with a warriors pride.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me!
  • The Dragon: Chaos seems to rely on him to perform the most important missions, most likely because Dogold can actually focus and not go on silly tangents.
    • Once Endolf showed up, however, Chaos started using him more than Dogold, and it looks like Dogold might lose this status. And then Dogold takes action.
  • Dual Wielding: After stealing Endolf's body, he can use both his own sword and Endolf's at the same time.
  • Enemy Mine: Teams up with Utchy to take down Endolf.
  • The Evil Genius: He has mastered the art of getting multiple emotions from one plan and can create very crafty plans once he possessed Endolf. Candelira even compares them.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He ultimately reveals that he's sickened by Endolf's cruelty and teams up with Utchy to take him down.
  • Evil Laugh: Gives a good one after revealing the truth to Utsusemimaru.
    • He gets another good one when he takes control of Endolf's body.
  • Expy: A being that once possessed an emotionally driven, but proud warrior and now fights the now-freed warrior while looking for different hosts? If that doesn't remind you of Nightmare or Rouki/Zen-Aku, then nothing will.
  • Face Death with Dignity
  • Flying Face: Any time he's stuck without a body of his own.
  • Fusion Dance: In order to finish off Endolf, he performs one with Utchy, strengthening their finishing attack.
  • Genius Bruiser: Not so much while he's possessing Utchy and appears to be The Brute, but after the reveal of Dogold's true nature he turns out to be far more levelheaded and intelligent than he previously let on. Of the three main Deboss generals, he's easily the smartest.
  • A Good Way to Die: He considers dying by Utchy's blade to be the best thing to ever happen to him.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He's not called the Knight of Rage for nothing.
  • Hate Plague: On a minor scale, he can bring out peoples' negative emotions and corrupt them for his own purposes.
  • Heel–Face Turn: In #47. He pulled off his own Batman Gambit by pretending to be Endolf's subordinate in #43 and found the opportune time to strike back at him. He then killed off Endolf with Utsusemimaru's help before fading away.
  • Hidden Depths: #42 reveals that his personality stems from Dogold hating himself and his existence as a parasite.
  • Irony: Dogold is themed after the Cowardly Lion, but he's the complete opposite.
  • Jerkass: Because of being in a constant state of anger, he's always acting like a dick, even to his allies.
  • Kick the Dog: He helped kill all of Kyoryu Gold's friends in the past.
  • Killed Off for Real: This is his fate in #47 after he and Utchy defeat Endolf and not long after their short-lived camraderie, he and Utchy face off in a final Single-Stroke Battle with Ucchii coming out as the victor. Though, it's safe to say that Dogold had died with honor and against his rival, Utsusemimaru.
  • Knight of Cerebus: A minor one. But he's better at the whole being evil thing than Canderrilla, lacks the comedic quirks of Aigallon, and his plans are far more malicious than his fellow knights.
  • Literal Split Personality: It seems as though his personality without Utsusemimaru is much calmer and MUCH more evil and vicious. His voice is also much different then it was while the possessed Kyoryuger was inside his armor.
    • After he possessed Endolf, he has more control over his rage and is much smarter.
  • Ludicrous Gibs: After Utsusemimaru bursting inside-out.
    • And again when Endolf finally breaks free.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He can come up with plans when he needs to.
  • Meaningful Name: "Do" means "angry." He's Angry Gold.
  • Mega Manning: Whenever he possesses someone, he gains some of their powers and/or weapons, such as Ucchi's Signature Move or Endorf's weapons.
    • It goes even further than that. Possessing Endolf not only calmed him down a little, but it made him smarter.
  • Panthera Awesome: Has a bit of a lion and tiger motif.
  • Noble Demon: Develops into one as he and Utchy's rivalry intensifies.
  • Possession Burnout: A good chunk of his time after KyoryuGold joined the team is spent looking for a permanent body because the Cambrimas keep dying out every month. And even if he leaves on before the month is over, it melts. After he possesses Endolf, it may be happening in reverse, as Dogold is starting to exhibit Endolf-like traits. He also tried to get Dantetsu, but that failed...
  • Pet the Dog: A minor moment since it only served to further his plans, but in Brave 29, he needs to keep Luckyuro from going to Endorf's aid. Being Dogold, you'd think he'd just beat him up or lock him in a cage, but instead he just keeps him occupied with a pile of snacks, puzzles and manga.
    • But considering that he had to get Endolf out of the way without Chaos being any the wiser, this makes his plan even more clever.
    • And in #44, when Chaos "fires" Luckyuro, Dogold asks him to reconsider.
  • Power Of Hate: His hatred and rage makes him stronger. And Kyoryu Gold's hatred for him makes him even stronger.
    • And he's powered by Endolf, the manifestation of Deboss and Chaos's combined hatred.
  • Pride: Subtle, but it is there. He considers himself above using something like using Pteragordon against the Kyoryugers, and seems to think he is the perfect warrior.
    • After becoming Endolf's lackey he abandoned all of his pride out of self-loathing and shame which Utcchy deems unforgivable.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Becomes the red to Endolf's blue.
  • The Rival: To Kyoryu Gold in the past. That is, until he turned into a Sealed Badass in a Can
    • Seems to be this to Kyoryu Red now. When he saw Red wasn't with the Kyoryugers, he got mad that he couldn't fight him.
      • While true, he's still focused on Utsusemimaru more, even attempting to enrage him enough to possess him again on several occasions.
    • He has a rivalry with Endolf, which he solved by possessing him... Though it was temporary, as he came out of possession. However, after a brief period of being his personal slave, Dogold finally ends this rivalry by killing Endolf while possessing Utchy.
  • The Starscream: As episodes 41-42 reveal.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Revealed to be a living armour in which Utsusemimaru/Kyoryu Gold is sealed in.
  • Single-Stroke Battle: How his final battle with Ucchii plays out. He was already critically wounded from the earlier fight with Endolf, resulting in his loss.
  • Shock Collar: Endolf fits him with one after his attempted betrayal and uses it to torture it. In a strange way Dogold likes this because it makes it incapable of him betraying him.
  • Shock and Awe
  • Shout-Out: To the Cowardly Lion. Dogold never finds a better host than the brave Utsusemimaru, having to change hosts very frequently where the Kyoryuger lasted centuries. The one comparable host he finds comes with...drawbacks. In other words, he's lost his courage.
  • Smarter Than You Look: Thinking that this guy is just Dumb Muscle is a REALLY bad idea. Endorf found this out the hard way.
  • Split-Personality Takeover: Endolf has slowly been able to grow more powerful to the point of controlling Dogold's ideas and making his own monsters without Dogold knowing. The end result is Endolf breaking free and Dogold being significantly weaker.
  • Took a Level in Badass: After stealing Endolf's body he's been shown to be equal to Kyoryu Red Carnival.
  • Tragic Villain: Is beginning to show signs of being one.
  • The Unfavorite: Ever since Endolf arrived Chaos has been using him less and less. This REALLY makes him angry, to the point where he's the one that let's the team in on what the other Legion members are trying to do in Brave 28. The kicker? He doesn't get this jealousy yet.
    Ucchi: Why would you tell us this?!
    Dogold: Hell if I know! But it's irritating!
  • Undying Loyalty: Swears it to Endolf, as he puts it, he's a pathetic parasite doomed to repeatedly betray people by possessing them, and he wants to actually be loyal to someone for once in life. Kyoryu Gold just thinks that this is a cop out.
    • Subverted. He was faking it until he was able to betray him and kill him with Utchy's help.
  • Unstoppable Rage
  • Uriah Gambit: Pulls a non-lethal version on Endorf during Brave 29 in order to make it easier to steal his body.
  • Worthy Opponent: Views Utsusemimaru as one. He even wants to die at his blade, and gets his request at the end of #47.
  • Youkai: Has an Oni element to him
  • You Are What You Hate: He doesn't like how he has to rely on many host bodies (which either do not last long or have the host kick him out of their body) in order to live and how he always gets infuriated.



The Knight of Sorrow | Voice Actor: Yuu Mizushima

The Knight in charge of gathering Sadness. Aigaron may seem like a crybaby, but he is a powerful fighter who channels his anguish to propel himself to greater strengths.

  • All Love Is Unrequited: #33 reveals that he has a crush on Candelilla; he even enlists Luckyuro's help, getting pictures taken while he kicks the Kyoryuger's butts in the hopes of impressing her. Unfortunately for him, she's falling for Nobuharu, but he currently doesn't know.
  • An Axe to Grind: The Tohohawk.
  • A Twinkle in the Sky: Was reduced to one as payback for killing Ian's best friend and stealing his treasure.
  • Being Evil Sucks: Eventually realizes this but it was already to late for him.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He may a Perpetual Frowner and cry all the time, but he is still incredibly powerful.
    • And don't scoff at his plans. Think; he gathers sorrow, so most of his plans involve psychological torment. Episode 19's MOTW, one of his, was probably the most evil MOTW thus far.
    • Episode 32 showed that if he gets pissed off enough, he's able to intimidate Dogold. Then again, that was his split personality talking there...
  • Black Eyes of Evil: Gets these sometimes after his explosion.
  • The Brute: Whenever his plans aren't being used, he is usually just used by Dogold and Chaos to beat the crap out of the Kyoryugers.
  • Burning with Anger: Confronts the team like this for seemingly killing off Deboss.
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: His reaction to killing Ian's best friend as someone he just killed a year ago.
  • Came Back Wrong: He has no idea where his new Super Mode came from, and thinks it has to do with this trope. Ever since his explosion, he says he feels really dark inside, which explains the change in his eyes, and voice. Interestingly, Endolf seems to want to push him towards these feelings... Ultimately subverted; in Brave 46, Icerondo reveals that the evil side came about because Chaos filled Aigaron's body with dark magic while his soul was still trapped inside his armored body.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: States that he serves "the forces of evil" in #43, then subverts it when he realizes that he isn't as evil as he used to be.
  • Catchphrase: "That makes me shed tears!"note  or some variation involving the word "shed tears".
  • Characterization Marches On: He's been all over the moral spectrum. He started of as the somewhat harmless middle ranked Knight, then became a dangerous sadist, then he became an Axe-Crazy sadist, then he became an Affably Evil Harmless Villain, before he finally ended up a Tragic Villain.
  • Combat Tentacles: Used these in a flashback to kill Ian's friend. One of the Debo Monsters under his command also had these.
    • Justified, since they were a feature of the cloak he gave to said Debo Monster. Another reason he was so bummed that he got destroyed.
  • Conservation of Ninjutsu: Tends to get quickly taken out when fighting with the other generals, but he's a beast by himself.
  • Dead All Along: It is revealed in #46 that after Aigaron's Suicide Attack from #24 had left him dead all along and during that time, Aigaron's soul still rested in his body and Lord Chaos resurrected him as an undead soldier.
  • Defanged Horrors: A villain whose job is gathering human sorrow? Well that's easy, just go start murdering people's loved ones...oh right, he's on a kid's show.
    • Although he did get sorrow by making people see illusions of people's loved ones in Brave 8.
  • Disney Death: Played for Laughs: Brave 34 has him and Candelira get crushed by a tidal wave from a lake erupting, only to get yanked out of Hell in Brave 36. What makes it funny is that both death and resurrection are a Funny Background Event.
  • The Eeyore: You kinda have to be to have the title of Knight of Sorrow.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Seemed to be pretty bummed out when a particular monster that he liked was killed. Then again, it might just be him being his usual self.
    • And then there's his crush on Candelila. Too bad for him, she only realizes when it's too late.
  • Jekyll & Hyde: While the Jekyll here is by no means good, his evil side acts like a different person, will attack other Deboss members if provoked, and can pin Dogold to the wall.
  • Kick the Dog: Is pretty unrepentant for murdering Shiro, berates Ian for not realizing it was him, and proceeded to kick his ass in a fight. Not to mention he really had no reason to kill Shiro in the first place, since he already had the gem he wanted and a regular gun's not going to hurt him. Not to later mention mocking Ian about it to gather more hatred.
  • Killed Off for Real: In Brave 24 he self-destructs in an attempt to kill the Kyoryugers, but he's revived when Chaos rescues his soul from Deboss Hell. Then in Brave 46 he dies for real while trying to protect Candelira and Luckyuro.
  • Living Toys: His design seems to have elements of a toy soldier, as there's a wind-up key folded against his back.
  • Ocular Gushers: His name might as well be "Eyegallon."
    • Dropped after a few episodes, however.
  • Perpetual Frowner: He is the Sorrowful Knight for a reason, after all.
  • Power Of Hate: Like the rest of the Deboss Legion, he's completely on board with using hatred as power.
  • Power of Love: In #33, he manages to resist giving in to his Superpowered Evil Side by thinking of Candelilla.
  • Redemption Equals Death
  • Shout-Out: To the Tin Man. Aigaron spends the second half of the show twisted by the aftermath of his first death, having lost his heart.
  • Sparkling Stream of Tears: He wipes one of these off his cheek every time he says his Catchphrase (complete with Audible Gleam).
  • Superpowered Eviller Side: Starting with Brave 26, can enter a Super Mode where he gets black eyes and a Voice of the Legion.
  • Taking You with Me: He was so enraged with the Kyoryugers in #24 for killing Master Deboss that he was completely red and went on a ramapage which ended with him self-destructing and taking the Kyoryugers with him. Subverted for the Kyoryugers when Ian used Tuperanda just seconds before detonation, and by the Deboss when Chaos teleported Aigaron away safely.
  • Tin Man
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: He was originally as harmless as Candelilla, but as the show goes on he becomes far more villainous and sadistic, constantly gloating about murdering Ian's friends, begins using Breaking Lectures on people, and admits that he enjoys watching people suffer.
    • Reversed in later episodes, however; his rivalry with Ian hasn't been brought up in ages, and his dark side subplot seems to have been abandoned.
      • Both get brought back in Brave 46, which also happens to be the episode where Aigaron dies once and for all.
  • Tragic Villain: He eventually realizes that Being Evil Sucks and finds love, but sadly, he had already passed the Moral Event Horizon so there was no hope for atonement except in death.
  • The Undead: What he's really been since his explosion.
  • Visual Pun: He's the Soldier of Sorrow, so of course his armor is blue.
  • You Killed My Best Friend: It's revealed at the end of Brave 4 to be the one to have killed Ian's best friend and stole his treasure. Unfortunately, Ian believed he already got his revenge due to his identity being hidden behind a cloak that was given to a MOTW. When he finds out the truth, we got to see a side of him we never saw before.



The Knight of Joy | Voice Actress/Portrayal: Haruka Tomatsu

The Knight in charge of gathering Happiness. Candelilla is a bouncy and colourful girl who always seems to be in a good mood. Her singing can power up Debo Monsters.

  • Adorable Abomination
  • Affably Evil: Could count as this, seeing how despite being evil, she's bright, cheerful, and her schtick revolves around wanting to make humans happy.
    • Actually subverted. She specializes in 'fake' happiness: A temporary, short-term happiness that will prove to be disastrous in the long run.
      • Though played straight at times. Her first scheme had her gather genuine happiness that came from humans eating the cakes baked by Debo Batissier, and she was quite upset when the cakes gave them painful cavities that made them sad.
    • Faux Affably Evil: Arguably shifts into this trope in Brave 20, as she happily puts into motion a plan that would kill all of Tokyo and gloats about it.
    • The events of Brave 40 is possibly the start of reverting to not just Affably Evil, but a full Heel Face Turn.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Along with Luckyuro, she goes to help the Spirits fight Chaos in Hell.
  • Big Good: As of Kyoryuger 100 Years After
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Firmly establishes herself as pure evil in Brave 20. Brave 40, however, seems to prove otherwise...
  • Bondage Is Bad: The lower half of her face is an unzipped gimp mask.
  • Catchphrase: Keep Smiling!
  • Celebrity Paradox: Possibly; in Brave 28, Luckiero comments that they copied her human form from some other idol, while holding up a magazine with Haruka Tomatsu on the cover.
  • Cute Monster Girl
  • Dark Chick: The Deboss Army's resident Perky Female Minion.
  • Disney Death: Played for Laughs: Brave 34 has her and Aigaron get crushed by a tidal wave from a lake erupting, only to get yanked out of Hell in Brave 36. What makes it funny is that both death and resurrection are a Funny Background Event.
  • "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune: Happens in 100 Years After when the future Kyoryugers enter battle with their proper Zyudenchi. The spirit of Torin encourages her to support them with the Earth's True Melody, so she teleports back to Spirit Base, assumes her human form, and starts singing "Vamola! Kyoryuger".
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Her first Debomonster was genuinely harmless, and only started hurting people because it was under the influence of a different monster. Since then, her monsters have become far more actively malicious.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles
  • Even Evil Has Standards: She reacts with moral disgust when Endolf was about to kill a defenseless Dogold and held him at scythe-point to make him spare his life.
  • Foreshadowing: Early on, in Brave 11, she told Nossan that she would like to be with him if they weren't enemies, but it came off as part of her current plan. Brave 40 reveals she was actually serious and the two actually do start falling in love, especially after Nossan tell her that she doesn't have to be a member of Deboss.
    • Endolf once warned to watch out for her, as she may become the most dangerous of all of them. While it doesn't necessarily come true, she did save Torin, Ramirez, and Tessai from Chaos. As a result, she helped in the destruction of their boss and complete annihilation of Deboss Hell (and Chaos does echo Endolf's sentiment in his death throes).
      • Really comes full circle for Endolf's Prediction as She basically takes up the mentor position of the New team from Torin
  • Giggling Villainess
  • Heel–Face Turn
  • Heel Realization: In Brave 40, she seems to realize that she doesn't have to kill humanity and starts falling in love with Nossan.
  • Love Freak: Despite being evil, it overlaps with her being the Knight of Joy.
  • Love Redeems
  • Lyrical Dissonance: Seriously, you have to listen to her songs.
  • Magic Music: Her specialty.
    • Mind-Control Music: Uses this a few time in order to harvest joy from others. In Brave 28, she uses it to take full control of Torin.
  • The Mentor: Becomes this to the new team of Kyoryugers in the upcoming 100 Years After V-Cinema Special.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Until Brave 20, her 'evil' plans weren't exactly, well, that evil. But during Brave 20 she formulates a plan that will kill every person in the city, all while keeping up her trademark cheer, establishes her as stone cold evil.
    • She later proves to be the key piece in Endolf's plan to make Torin become evil again.
  • Perky Goth: Dresses up as one when she sings the song that makes Torin become evil again.
  • Pink Means Feminine
  • Plucky Girl: Appears to be one, just like Dorothy.
  • The Pollyanna: A rare villain example.
  • Shapeshifting: Has a human disguise in Brave 11 and Brave 28 who is actually her voice actress.
  • Ship Tease: With Nossan! If you thought Aigaron's crush on her was random, you haven't seen anything until you've seen them together!
  • Shout-Out: To Dorothy.
  • Sinister Scythe: The Kyahahalberd, which is pink and shaped like a heart. Maybe it's not sinister visually, but it can be so in effectiveness seeing as she uses it to help Torin, Ramirez and Tessai finish off Chaos.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": All those l's are just asking for trouble. A poster in Brave 11 says Canderilla, while Candelira sounds the most like what she actually says.
  • Villain Song: Her song in Brave 6 is about how she feels humanity should just go extinct.In a cheerful happy tone.
    • Her song in the beginning of Brave 28 is a happy cheery song about letting the darkness inside you burst forth. This actually could've been foreshadowing about Torin being Chaos' little brother.
      • The Lyrical Dissonance in that song is taken up to eleven in the Gaburincho of Music movie with scenes of Candelila in a flowery field and her, Luckyuro and Aigaron frolicking about.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Though she was crossing the line at this point, the death of Aigaron (who not only was mortally wounded when saving her, but also confessed his feelings for her in his last moments) shakes her so much that she cries. With genuine sadness and grief. For someone who literally has always a smile plastered upon her face and spent an entire season wallowing in happiness, this was quite a punch.
  • Villainous Friendship: With her subordinate, Luckyuro as well as the rest of the Knights.
  • Villainous Rescue: Saves Dogold from being crushed by Endorf by holding Endorf at scythe-point.



Funfilled Spy | Voice Actress: Ai Orikasa

Candelilla's direct subordinate, Luckyuro is a chubby, childish imp who worships Candelilla and delights in following her orders. He has a purse on his belly in which he keeps all manner of things, including the "Nutritious Joyro", a watering can he uses to make Debo Monsters grow to tremendous size.

  • Adorable Abomination
  • All Your Base Are Belong to Us: Attempts this in #14.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Uses "Boku" (used by males or tomboys) and is voiced by Ai Orikasa (who's famous for playing both male and female roles). On the other hand, Luckyuro is also fond of a Shoujo manga and takes the form of a human woman (again, Orikasa) in Brave 40.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: In Brave 14, he planted and armed a bomb after infiltrating Spirit Base, but when he saw that Amy had left the latest issue of a manga that they're both fans of in there, he just had to stop to read it.
    • He would've revived Endolf after his defeat at the hands of Daigo, but he was too distracted by a puzzle given to him by Dogold.
    • In Brave 30, he's tasked to get the Stymero Guardian Stone and decides to sneak into the mansion to retrieve it. He gets distracted by the laser tag game going on.
  • Berserk Button: His main pet peeve is when people imitate him or his catchphrase.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He may be the silliest looking member of the Deboss Army (and that's saying something), but he also seems to be the most sadistic.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Along with Candelila, he helps the Spirits fight Chaos in Hell.
  • Catchphrase: Both "luckyu" and "unluckyu", depending on the situation.
  • Cheerful Child
  • Chekhov's Gun: Has a lantern that allows him to casually enter Deboss Hell. Chaos forgot to take away this lantern when he fired Luckyuro, which eventually lead to him being destroyed permanently.
  • Chewing the Scenery: Debo Director's nickname for him in #40, much to his chagrin.
  • Determinator: Would not give up in trying to defeat the Kyoryugers, even with the rest of the Legion (seemingly) killed off and Candelilla having fainted in #25.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Does anyone else find it disturbing about how cheerful and peppy he was while beating up Amy in Episode 4?
  • Fanboy: Of the manga Love Touch, just like Amy.
  • Going Native: In a way, Luckyuro is too good a spy. He infiltrated humanity so well that he went from a Creepy Child that laughed when he beat up Amy, to a harmless, lovable manga geek.
  • Hammerspace: His Stomach purse holds a variety of things including the watering can of Sukusuku Joyro, a toy hammer, the Shukushuku Balls, or even be used to hold trash!
  • Harmless Villain: Reached this status around #35 to #40.
  • Heel Realization: A small one in Brave 38, where Amy states that if humanity goes extinct then he won't be able to read any more of his favorite manga. She also states that the mangaka also went his way of giving him a drawing as thanks for his fan letters.
  • Kid-Appeal Character: However, he started off as a kid-of-heel until his Heel–Face Turn.
  • Make My Monster Grow: ...with a watering can. And also Make my 50-foot Whatever shrink! ... with a white tennis ball.
  • Nice Hat
  • Reflexive Response: In 100 Years After, when the current Kyoryugers destroy the movie's Big Bad, he pulls out the watering can of Nutritious Joyro and is about to pour it on the villain when Candelila stops him. He apologizes, calling it a force of habit.
  • Refuge in Audacity: He gets into a laser tag birthday party in Brave 30 by claiming to be a kid in a costume.
  • Scary Scarecrows: Inverted. Luckyuro is themed after a scarecrow, but he looks harmless.
  • Shipper on Deck: For Aigaron's crush on Candelila.
  • Shout-Out: To the Scarecrow. Most of the gags at Lucky's expense are about his general brainlessness.
  • Sweet Tooth: Has been seen holding a lollipop or pile of cookies from time to time.
  • Time Bomb: Tries to blow up the Spirit Base with one, only for it to be thrown into space.
  • Token Good Teammate: Slowly but surely becoming this, especially in Brave 39.
  • Would Hit a Girl: More like kick one over and over again For the Evulz.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: At the time, his inspiring the creation of Endorf was probably his crowning achievement; down the line, however, it results in his being "fired" from the Deboss Legion and shortly thereafter having Chaos order his execution.
  • Villainous Friendship: With his superior, Candelilla.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: A non-lethal variant. After Deboss' complete revival in #44, the Legion no longer needs his watering can, since Deboss' hyper-reproductive cells let them grow and shrink at will. For this reason, Chaos relieves him of his duties, and, let's face it, he's not that good at combat either.
    • Progresses to fully lethal in the next episode, where Chaos orders his death (along with Candelira and Aigalon).



The Knight of Resentment | Voice Actor: Masaya Matsukaze

A new Knight created by Chaos after he has an epiphany that Resentmentnote  could be the ultimate counter to the Bravery of the Kyoryuger. Though a loner at heart, Endolf is ordered to work with the other Knights to strengthen the intensity of the emotions they gather by harvesting Resentment from their victims at the same time. He is the most powerful of the Knights under Chaos, and gains more power after each loss by feeding on his own Resentment.

  • Big Red Devil
  • Catchphrase: "My head hurts."
  • Chest Blaster/Wave-Motion Gun: Has a mirror on his chest that can fire a GIANT energy beam.
    • His hands also have a mirror each, used when Endolf breaks the one on his chest with the Zakutor Sword.
  • Climax Boss
  • Cool Guns: Is armed with one that...
    • Cool Sword: Becomes one of these when locked into the hilt.
  • Dissonant Serenity: The first time it's been Played for Drama with Deboss. He acts disturbingly calm despite being made of hatred, and it's obvious that he's not completely sane.
  • The Dragon: Seems to be usurping the role from Dogold. This made Dogold a little too angry.
  • Enemy Within: Once Dogold imprisoned him he began building up his hatred and gained enough control over Dogold to the point where he implanted ideas into his head.
  • Enigmatic Minion: Luckyuro, of all people, think that's there's more to him than meets the eye.
    • Seeing as he seems to want to push Aigron to use his dark feelings, and laments that he can't absorb feelings from his fellow Legion members, the little guy might be on to something...
  • Evil Genius: He's a very crafty Knight.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He acts chill and laidback, but he's also completely insane and doesn't even value his own comrades lives.
  • Foreshadowing: Go back to any earlier episode where you can look into the Frozen Castle for an extended period. Near the pillars of Rage, Sadness and Joy, there's a broken 4th pillar base.
    • It could have also foreshadowed Torin's origins, though.
  • Grand Theft Me:In #29, after his defeat at the hands of Daigo, he is on the verge of death when Dogold abandons his previous host (a Cambrima), and is becomes Dogold's host body for a brief time.
  • Iaijutsu Practitioner: Can change his sword into a gun and vise versa by resheathing it, which basically leads to this.
  • Irony: A monster that ran on the Power Of Hate was defeated by someone else's hatred.
  • Jerkass: A more subtle passive-aggressive version than Dogold.
  • Karmic Death: The Evil Genius dies after being Out Gambitted by Dogold a second time.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Showed signs of this even in the preview.
  • Leitmotif: The only villain to have one.
  • More Dakka: Pulls this off, despite his gun just being a pistol.
  • Maniac Monkeys: And unlike the winged monkeys, he's genuinely threatening.
  • Mirror Character: Despite he and Dogold hating each other, they're pretty much the same. They are both Knight of Cerebus, both are Jerkasses, and both are more serious than the other Knights...which, in hindsight, explains a lot about their rivalry.
    • Dogold exploit this by stating that their similarities will make controlling Endolf as his new host easier.
  • Out-Gambitted: By Dogold. Twice!
  • The Power of Hate: His main job is collecting hatred/resentment, which is what Chaos believes is the ultimate counter to the Kyoryugers' bravery.
  • The Bus Came Back: Back and more powerful than ever, as well as the new The Dragon for Chaos.
  • Put on a Bus: Becomes Dogold's new host.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Dogold's red.
  • The Rival: He and Dogold hate each other already.
  • Sixth Ranger: For the villains.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Depending on which fansub you watch, he's either Endorf the Soldier of Hatred (Over-Time) or Endolf the Knight of Resentment (TV-Nihon) "Urami" can translate as either of these.
  • Spoiler Opening: He isn't in the new opening? But why... oh.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Has a subtle one throughout #47 as he loses his Dissonant Serenity and begins to get angry.



The Land Devil

One of the Legion's most fearsome minions, birthed by Master Deboss itself at the climax of the original invasion.

    Mad Torin 

Mad Torin

Demon Sword Priest | Voice Actor: Toshiyuki Morikawa

A duplicate of Torin that was created in order to fulfill the role as the Deboss Army's Demon Sword Priest due to Torin's Heel–Face Turn. Naturally, as the original Torin is compassionate and honourable, this version is dark and sadistic; taking pleasure in the pain and suffering of those that oppose him.

  • Back from the Dead: in episode 46, but not for long...
  • Badass Preacher: Just like Chaos and Torin.
  • BFS: Turns the Feather Edge into one powered by the darkness of the Debo Monster ghosts.
  • Cain and Abel: To Torin, considering he's Chaos' younger brother, and thus Torin's.
  • Dragged Off to Hell: The Gigant Formation's blast pulls him into Hell before exploding and sealing the entrance.
  • Evil Twin: Is a recreation of Torin's original evil self.
  • Flash Step: Carried over this ability from the original Torin and used it to great effect in battle, to the point where Torin was the only one capable to even keep up with his speed.
  • Necromancer: Can summon the ghosts of deceased Debomonsters, and gains power from their growth.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction upon seeing the Gigant Formation be created.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: And yellow, too.
  • Replacement Goldfish: For Torin
  • Signature Move: Demon Sword: Madness Flame!note 
  • This Was His True Form: Mad Torin was the true identity of Torin before the latter defected.
  • This Cannot Be!: His reaction when Torin (now Kyoryu Silver) begins to overpower him.
  • Undying Loyalty: Was created to be totally obedient to Chaos. He even affectionately calls him brother.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Almost succeeded in sacrificing Rika in order to make all the Deboss Ghosts more powerful.



The Knight of Brutality | Voice Actor: Mamoru Miyano

The first Knight created by Chaos back in the age of the dinosaurs. He is by far the most sadistic and bloodthirsty Knight, and delights in subjugating those around him (to the point of megalomania). He acted as the Big Bad of the summer movie, in which he used a corrupted Zyudenchi to transform into Deathryuger and forcefully take control of Zyudenryu Tobaspino (#00). He later reappeared in Brave 39, sans the Deathryuger powers.




New Knight of Sorrow | Voice Actor: Ryota Takeuchi

The replacement for Aigaron. Fights using a conducting baton and musical note based attacks.



New Knight of Joy | Voice Actor: Akio Suyama

The replacement for Candelillia. Fights using a Trumpet.

  • Brown Note: His music can cause this and weaken the Kyoryugers.
  • Co-Dragons: With Aisurondo, both of whom act under Endolf.
  • Faux Affably Evil: A good example of this is the end of #45, where he casually shoots Aigaron, his former comrade.
  • Giggling Villain: Though in a far more ominous manner than Candelira.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Is far more sinister and far less prone to silliness than Candelira. This heralds just how serious things get towards the series finale.
  • Light Is Not Good: His disguised form was white suit and cloak.
  • Musical Assassin: Along with Aisurondo. They can even combine their talents to create music for either offense or defense.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Not the most subtle name, though it does contrast nicely with his Knight of Joy status.
  • One-Winged Angel: Reveals his true form at the end of #45. This may have also been a disguise to make sure Aigaron and Candelira didn't realise they were being replaced.

    Creator Devius 

Creator Devius

Creator of the Deboss Army | Voice Actor: Masaki Terasoma

The one who created Deboss, and by extension, the Deboss Army. He was mentioned by Deboss in the Kyoryuger finale, but first appears himself in ToQger vs. Kyoryuger.

    Debo Monsters 

Debo Hyogakki | Voice Actor: Kenji Nomura

An Impact winter-themed Debo Monster of the Zetsumates group, who is revived by Deboss himself, armed with giant icicle-like claws and ice skate blades on his feet. He was a member of the Zetsumates, Debo Monsters who killed off the dinosaurs, and as such, proclaims himself to be Deboss' greatest creation.
  • Came Back Strong: Much more effective in battle after his resurrection.
  • Hand Blast: His Tsura Launcher attack, which he used to wipe out the dinosaurs.
  • An Ice Person: In fact, his name's a play on the Japanese name for the ice age (Hyougaki).
  • Informed Ability: Was the one that wiped out the dinosaurs and claims to be Deboss' greatest creation...but he just so happens to be the first Monster of the Week, and thus gets destroyed easily. This one later proves to be a subversion, because episode #17 reveals two things: First, he was more powerful because Deboss was awake back then. Second, he wasn't the only one who wiped out the dinosaurs. He, Debo Viruson (Virus), and Debo Nagareboshi (Meteor) were a Power Trio, which was first mentioned in #17 and confirmed in #21. In other words, when he was defeated in the first episode, it was a severe case of The Worf Effect due to Worf Had the Flu. To put the first part in perspective, when Deboss showed signs of coming close to awakening, it took a great deal of effort for the Kyoryugers to kill the Mooks.
    • When he is revived in episode #24, he is more dangerous, competent, and tougher to beat, further subverting this trope.
  • Phlebotinum Killed the Dinosaurs: And he's the phlebotinum.
  • Skull for a Head: His face has some resemblance to an animal's skull.
  • Wolverine Claws: Modeled after icicles, naturally

Debo Penshango | Voice Actor: Ryuzou Ishino

A Debo Monster themed after a car crusher sent by Aigaron to make human beings sad. Using its Peshan Beam, it can flatten buildings, but it is more interested in the art of destruction rather than destruction itself.

Debo Royaroya | Voice Actor: Takashi Nagasako

A Debo Monster themed after a prison. Debo Royaroya was created to serve Dogold in making humans angry. Able to use his Chain Roya to capture humans, Royaroya targets martial artists and athletes before targeting the Rippukan family in the hopes that the humans' imprisonment will enrage them enough to produce Rage energy.
  • Berserk Button: Invoked by trapping people in his cage. Doing so trigger their anger and allow it to absorb their emotions.
  • Emotion Eater: This time, it absorbs anger. Specifically, it traps strong people in prisons and feed off the anger of their wrongful imprisonment
  • The Jailer
  • Super Speed
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: He's savvy enough to run when he can, and the team has to break out the DeinoChasers to catch him.

Debo Doronbosu | Voice Actor: Tetsu Shiratori

A thieving Debo Monster themed after both a raven and a bank vault, created to serve Aigaron in order to deprive humans of their favorite things to make them sad.
  • Combat Tentacles: Just like Aigaron, he had these.
  • Emotion Eater: Not as straightforward about it as the others, but he does absorb sadness. His main method, however, is stealing what people value most.
  • Tengu: Has a bird or Tengu motif.

Debo Batissier | Voice Actor: Taiki Matsuno

Debo Monster themed after a pâtissier, created to serve Candelilla to produce delicious cakes that make humans unbearably happy. However, during his mission, he experienced a sudden change in his personality when energy was pumped into him from Debo Viruson and starting giving his customers unbearably painful cavities, resulting in all the Emotion Energy that Debo Batissier had collected to be transfered from Candelilla's totem to Aigaron's.
  • Abnormal Ammo: fires his decayed teeth from his mouth. Anything hit by those projectiles start decaying as well.
  • Emotion Eater: Absorbs joy from people happily eating its cake, but later, it unintendedly gives them toothaches and absorbs their sorrow instead.
  • Evil Chef: Subverted. One, he's a patissier. Two, he legitimately wanted to make people happy, just at their expense of the god of evil being resurrected.
  • Jekyll & Hyde: normally a happy-go-lucky sort of er, guy (he's actually content with making people happy by feeding them the sweets he made, which is actually a decent thing other than how it ties in with Deboss' goals), but when Debo Viruson possesses him, he becomes a malevolent monster.

Debo Viruson | Voice Actor: Eiji Takemoto

Debo Monster of the Zetsumates group, and was considered one of the dinosaurs greatest enemies in ancient time. He is themed after a virus with some devil accents to his body. He is the one controlling Zyudenryu Ankydon, as well as the one responsible for driving Debo Batissier into insanity.
  • Demonic Possession: Of Debo Batissier and Ankydon.
  • From a Single Cell: Ramirez and Ankydon destroyed him in the middle ages, but a piece managed to get into Ankydon allowing him to regenerate. The Kyoryuger prevent this from happening the second time by launching him high into the air before the explosion, preventing him from possessing another one of the mecha to survive.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How Amy kills him the first time.
    • Becomes a Running Gag as that's how he's defeated in his other two battles also. He gets run through by Kyoryu Red wielding the Deinosgrander, and is impaled by Deboss before getting absorbed.
  • Phlebotinum Killed the Dinosaurs: Was part of the trio of Debo monsters that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. The other two being Hyogakki and Nagareboshi.

Debo Yakigonte | Voice Actor: Kenta Miyake

  • Berserk Button: Another Invoked Example, he also revealed the ranger's respective Berserk Buttons in the process. An even better example than before as he disguised the mooks as people his targets knew, have them understand their berserk buttons through mind reading and push them.
  • Evil Knockoff: Turns a group of Zorima into these for the Kyoryugers to try and ruin their teamwork.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Basically screwed himself over for shouting at Daigo for his incompetence, thus breaking his own cover and stopping the team from breaking apart.
  • Verbal Tic: Sizzle, or any other similar translation.

Debo Kokodoko | Voice Actor: Kosuke Toriumi

Cambrima | Voice Actors: Kenichiro Matsuda and Tamotsu Nishiwaki

  • Alas, Poor Villain: Supposedly one of the strongest monsters in the Deboss Army, and it shows. However it debuts in the same arc as the Sixth Kyoryuger does. Even with a second one helping, they were taken down pretty quickly. Then again, the first Cambrima said that he (soon to be they) are 100x stronger then a Zorima, which is not a very good template to see how strong one is.
    • The fate of the third Cambrima. To revive Dogold, whom cannot move without someone in his armor, Chaos places his facemask on a newly created Cambrima...who is then consumed by the Knight of Anger. Worse? The poor sap won't last a month, and yet another is going to take it's place.
  • All Your Powers Combined: Unlike most monsters made by the Deboss that only derive from a single emotion, Cambrimas are created from all three. Naturally, this makes them much more powerful.
  • Carry a Big Stick: As revealed in #15, when some Joyro is dabbed onto a Cambrima's standard club weapon, it is instantly upgraded into a kanabo.
  • Elite Mooks: Seemed powerful at first, but by the second episode it appeared that their stance as a huge threat to the team diminished as the Kyoryuger fought them without much struggle and that they may be mass produced.
  • I Have Your Teammates: Tries to get Daigo, Ian, and Nossan to stand down by informing them that he's captured Souji and Amy. Backfires when Daigo announces that he'd be more worried if they weren't as strong as they are and shoots the crystal used to display them.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: Is the first creation of the Deboss Army that gives the team a good thrashing, even managing to capture Souji and Amy in #9.

Debo Honenukky | Voice Actor: Takaya Kuroda

Debo Tangosekku | Voice Actor: Noriaki Sugiyama

Debo Jakireen | Voice Actor: Kōzō Shioya

  • Blade Below the Shoulder: His weapon when his scissors are destroyed.
  • Emotion Bomb: He uses people's feelings of unrequited love and super charges them to make them violently obsessed with whoever they are in love with. He also can use this power on feelings of friendship as seen with King and Nossan.
  • Emotion Eater: Takes the sadness of people in relationships of unrequited love.
  • Ocular Gushers: Induced in his victims of unrequited love.
  • Runs with Scissors: It is his main weapon after all.

Debo Kibishidesu | Voice Actor: Tetsu Inada

Debo Zaihon | Voice Actor: Hajime Iijima

Debo Nagareboshi | Voice Actor: Kazuki Yao

Debo Kyawaeen | Voice Actress: Mika Kanai

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: It's basically what she is. And her threatening Luckyuro for taking her lightly is just the start (Luckyuro spends the rest of the episode terrified of her).
  • Cuteness Overload: Debo Kyawaeen's cuteness causes people to instantly gush over her.
  • Emotion Eater: Absorbs the sadness of children whose parents have abandoned them for her. Later, she also gathers the happiness of the stolen parents who fawn over her, but she's still Aigaron's monster first and foremost.
  • Fake Cutie: She's a literal example, as she has a "baby" form so nauseatingly adorable that she hypnotizes parents into abandoning their own children in order to fawn over her, to the point where she can then kidnap said hypnotized parents in order to further twist the knife in those now-abandoned children. Debo Kyawaeen's true form is that of a scary vampiress in a black ballgown, with a constantly agape mouth.
  • Mythology Gag: A possible one to an ep of Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger Season 2, which had a monster that referenced this type of monster and ran alongside the beginning of Kyoryuger.
  • Whip It Good

Debo Tanabanta | Voice Actor: Masakazu Morita

  • Dissonant Serenity: Continuing Deboss tradition, he keeps a disturbingly cheerful personality as he gloats about how every single person in the city will die by sunrise.
  • Faux Affably Evil
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He will grant every wish on the cursed Tanabata slips. This really bit him in the ass because Daigo's wish—to see his father again—hadn't been fulfilled. Then, Daigo's father emerges and kicks his ass with just one punch.
    • Of course, Daigo made his wish straight to the stars, rather than writing on one of Tanabanta's cursed slips. So he managed to skirt around the monster's ability nicely.
  • Jerkass Genie / Be Careful What You Wish For: He'll grant your Tanabata wish perfectly, at the cost of your life.
  • Near-Villain Victory: He was literally a sunrise away from killing five Kyoryugers. The only reason why he lost was because he didn't expect Daigo's father to show up and save the day.
    • Of course he didn't. He didn't comprehend what Daigo's wish was; to see his old man again! He pretty much screwed himself over.

Debo Computerviruson

  • Bond Creature: Somewhat. As soon as Viruson is absorbed by Master Deboss, Computerviruson begins to break down and is destroyed. However, this was partially intentional, as his residual energy shows the Deboss where Plezuon Lab is hidden.
  • Expendable Clone: Averted. Debo Viruson calls C.Viruson his offspring, and the latter refers to the former as Master. Clearly, they both have a great deal of respect for the other.
  • Gratuitous English
  • Punny Name: While is he spawned from a guy 1/3 responsible for the death of the dinosaurs as well as the Black Plague, he only infects machines. Doubles as a very accurate name.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Or Debo Monster.
  • Whole Costume Reference: He looks an awful lot like an Agent.

Debo Akkumoon | Voice Actor: Kouki Miyata

  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: His Osakimakkurar pillow can do this on the Kyoryugers.
  • Jerkass: His main goal in life is to torment the team through their dreams, so they can't sleep, and thus can be beaten easily.
  • Near-Villain Victory: Everyone was so tired due to his antics, that even Ovirappoo wasn't able to keep them awake anymore...until Rin gave Souji her energy drink that woke him and everyone else up.
  • Troll: Luckyuro created Akkumoon so he could enter the Kyoryuger's dreams and then they both could troll them to the point of total exhaustion.

Debo Shinobinba | Voice Actor: Yousuke Itou

Debo Karyudosu | Voice Actor: Hiroshi Tsuchida

Debo Zaihodoron | Voice Actor: Hajime Iijima

  • All for Nothing: The end result of Luckyuro's attempt to acquire Stymero's Lost Stone.
  • The Ditz: Him being an accidental fusion seems to have scrambled his brain.
  • Fusion Dance: Was created by accident due to Luckyuro mixing up the previous Deboss monsters. He was thinking more of Doronbosu as the one seeking 'treasure' (Ep 4), but Airgaron assumed he was thinking of Zaihon (Ep 20) who was the one that made people want treasure.
  • How Do I Shot Web?: Thanks to Luckyuro's bumbling he doesn't even know how his powers work.
  • The Load: Being a combination of Doronbosu and Zaihon makes him useless in Luckyuro's mission.
  • Mix-and-Match Man
  • Weapons That Suck: The vault door on his chest lets him suck up enemy attacks.

Debo Vacance | Voice Actor: Yasuhiro Takato

Debo Spokorn | Voice Actor: Takeshi Kusao

Debo Akidamonne | Voice Actor: Takehiro Murozono

Debo Bravesky | Voice Actor: Tomokazu Sugita

  • Affably Evil: Taken to literal extremes. Since Bravesky is a Debo Monster working for Canderrilla, he only fought the Kyoryugers because he wants to see them in action and in person.
  • An Axe to Grind: Wields the ManiAx axe, whose blade is made from a torn-up Kyoryuger poster.
  • Face Death with Dignity: Asks the Kyoryugers (in Raiden Kyoryuzin) to sign his autograph before going out in a blaze of glory.
  • Filler Villain: Appears only in the Brave Frontier 2 collaboration special.
  • Friendly Enemy: The only Debo Monster who is NOT an ass to the Kyoryugers.
  • Meaningful Name: Unsurprisingly, being a fan of the Kyoryugers, Bravesky's name is based on the words "Brave Suki!", which is translated to "I love brave!" in Japanese.
  • Otaku: Is a die-hard Kyoryuger fanboy and has LOTS of Kyoryuger merchandise in his hideout to boot!
  • Shout-Out: Bravesky is an Otaku, just like his voice actor in real life.

Debo Tairyon | Voice Actor: Kiyoyuki Yanada

  • Faux Affably Evil: When the Kyoryugers first meet him, he is calmly fishing and tells them he is not harming any humans. Once they figure out what he could be fishing for, they attack him.
  • Feel No Pain: Takes a Carnival Finish without even flinching.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Has all the power of a FISHERMAN!...and since fishing requires patience and endurance, he can No-Sell most of the Kyoryuger's attacks.
  • Punch! Punch! Punch! Uh Oh...: When trying to take on Gigant Bragi-Oh, all his attacks are met with a No-Sell until he has this reaction.
  • Stone Wall: Admits he's not very strong, but extremely tough to the point even the Carnival Finish can't move him. The upgraded version does though, as does Bragigas.

Beautiful Zoreamer | Voice Actor: Ryusaku Chizawa

Debo Kantokku | Voice Actor: Wataru Takagi

Debo Yanasanta Voice Actor: Chou

  • Bad Santa
  • Emotion Eater: Absorbs rage and sorrow by distributing presents containing Deboss' Super-Growth Cells that can absorb children's aggravation and transform into fake copies of Deboss while ruining Christmas.
  • Fighting a Shadow: The Kyoryugers are fighting five Deboss copies around the world the whole time.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Use Christmas trees a swords, turkeys on their backs as jet packs, and presents as bombs.
  • Hypocritical Humour: His response to Daigo and Utchy's Insane Troll Logic.
  • Insane Troll Logic: Utchy calls out the first two Yanasantas for their "baseless arithmetic".
  • Me's a Crowd: And there's five of them!
  • The Mole: Those five Yanasanta brothers were actually working for Endolf all along.
  • Seasonal Baggage: Themed after winter in the 100 Years After special.


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