This article is about a/an villain in Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger and Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger Season 2.

Delu-Knight (デリューナイト Deryūnaito) is the Chairman of the Board, instead of a regular sub-section chief. His signature attack is the Delusion Mirage (デリュージョンミラージュ Deryūjon Mirāju) slash.

Season 1

Despite ©Na 's opposition, Doctor Z had the 40 remaining sub-section Chiefs laid off, given his plans no longer call for them.
HSA-Boomerang Titan

Boomerang Titan

He considered Takuma Tsuzuki as his fated rival but with the show's sudden change of direction, he focused on defeating Nobuo Akagi instead. Ep. 11: The Second Generation is a Fresh and Painless Warrior He was shot in the chest by Dr. Z, who temporarily regained control over himself. However, as the screen flickers again, Dr. Z called upon Boomerang Titan and revived Delu-Knight to pilot the giant robot. He was defeated when a soda can thrown by Akiba Yellow sends one of the boomerangs flying back to his mecha.

He apparently also had a fiancée. Ep. 12: Most Painful Times. Farewell, Delusional Sentai

Season 2

In Season two, he died differently in the retelling of Season one's events, he made a portal to the underworld and three sub-section chiefs came through. And during the three-day fight, the monsters were beaten, and Delu-Knight was killed by the Ludicrous Cannon, a single blast of which he had deflected in Season one. He was revived by ©Na through the death of Kameari Alpaca in Ep. 10: Delusional Pillow Talk. In Season two, his armor is darker and his mask is reflective.


Behind the scenes

Delu-Knight was voiced by Hiroaki Hirata (平田 広明 Hirata Hiroaki), who previously voiced Engine Machalcon in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, and portrayed by suit actor Hiroshi Maeda (前田 浩 Maeda Hiroshi).


  • Like ©Na and Doctor Z, Delu-Knight has a shorter name than most of the Akibaranger's foes.

    Delu-Knight using his special move.

  • Nobuo notes his similarities to Bio Hunter Silva.
    • His appearance and his swordsmanship are likewise similar to that of the Dark Knight
  • His Delusion Mirage attack resembles the attack used by Joe Gibken and the late Sid Bamick from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
  • The "Delu" in his name comes from the word "Delusion". Ironically, he finds delusions "stupid".


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