|This article is about a/an monster in Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger.|
The Arachne Minosaur (アラクネーマイナソー Arakunē Mainasō) is an Arachne-themed Minosaur from the Warfare Tribe Druidon, created from the negative emotions of Misako Iimura, based on her frustration over getting her students to follow school rules.
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Powers and Abilities
- Taboo Inducement: The Arachne Minosaur can place school rules as taboos to entrap any person who breaks the rules in a detention room.
- Remote Teleportation: Through its whistle, the Arachne Minosaur can teleport the rule breakers to a special detention room.
- Enlarging: Like all Minosaurs, the Arachne Minosaur can enlarge itself by absorbing its host's negative energy.
- Whistle: The Arachne Minosaur carries a whistle that when blown, will teleport any rule breakers to a special detention room.
- Weak Physiology: The Arachne Minosaur is physically weak and lacks basic combat skills.
- Vulnerability to Taboo: The Arachne Minosaur is also prone to its own power, which if it breaks a rule, all the people trapped in its detention room will be freed.
- Minosaur Attribute: Half-Beast, Half-Human Monster
- Place of Distribution: Rule School
- Experience Point: 335
Behind the Scenes
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- This Minosaur is based on Arachne, a talented mortal weaver who challenged Athena (goddess of wisdom and crafts) to a weaving contest which resulted in Arachne being transformed into a spider. This makes it the second Minosaur based on a female mythological creature after the Medusa Minosaur.
- The Arachne Minosaur's EXP value (335) is a Goroawase pun. It could be read as mi (3) - sa (3) - ko (5), which is the name of its host, Misako Iimura.
- The Arachne Minosaur is the second female Minosaur to be shown in the show (the first being the Medusa Minosaur).
- This Minosaur's EXP shares the same three numbers for transforming into a Megaranger via the Degitaizer. Notably, Megarangers' story is also set in a school.
- Arachne Minosaur's catchphrase, "Rururu", is referred as the sound used to call a fox in the drama "Kita no Kuni Kara".
- The Arachne theme brings to mind of Arachne from Kamen Rider Wizard.