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Icon-jetman.png This article is about a/an villain in Choujin Sentai Jetman.

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Character History

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In manga

In the non-canon manga, his human body was taken over by Radiguet and he sacrificed himself to destroy Radiguet.

Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai

Emperor Tranza is one of several past Super Sentai villains that appear in clips in the anniversary special Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai.

Personality

As Tran

A psychokinetic child who specialized into creating monsters based on children's playthings to satisfy his fun desires, and thought both enemy or ally fatalities as "just part of the fun". He had great psychokinetic powers. When the Jetman began to suspect that there might be innocent civilians trapped within their enemies bodies, Ryu began to stop serious attacks, afraid of hurting the child Tran might be. This unfortunately led to the other Vyram teasing Tran. The constant anger became unbearable, driving Tran to undergo a super-rapid growth, becoming Emperor Tranza.

Emperor Tranza

Tran became Emperor Tranza and seized leadership of Vyram. He wielded the Boltranza long-sword. He had increased power and was able to do damage to the other three. They then united against him. Their first try was to create a monster but Tranza improved upon it wielding it to his advantage, rendering them more upset. When Radiguet sabotaged Tranza's Robot Veronica as revenge, Tranza fed him to the robot. He forgot about Radiguet and came up with a plan that could finally finish off the Jetman but was thwarted by Radiguet. Defeated by the Jetman in final combat as a result of Radiguet's influence, he ended up becoming a weak human in a mental institution.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

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Abilities

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Weaknesses

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Arsenal

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Beasts

Behind the Scenes

Portrayal

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Design

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Concept Art

Etymology

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Notes

  • Tran is the first child villain in Super Sentai.
  • In the Philippine Dub, Tran is voiced by Gloria De Guzman until Episode 36. As Emperor Tranza, he is voiced by Montreal Repuyan.

Appearances


References

Icon-jetman.png Choujin Sentai Jetman
Rangers
Ryu Tendo - Gai Yuki - Raita Ooishi - Kaori Rokumeikan - Ako Hayasaka
Gear
Cross Changer - Corresponders - Bird Blaster - Bringer Sword - Wing Gauntlet - Beak Smasher - Smash Bomber - Jet Hand Cannons - Jet Striker - Jet Bouncer - Jet Speeders
Allies
Commander Aya Odagiri - Jiiya - Satsuki Ooishi - Dimensian Soldiers (Ray - Kanna - Dan) - The Neo-Jetman - Kakurangers - Gokaiger
Mecha and Robos
Jet Hawk - Jet Condor - Jet Owl - Jet Swan - Jet Swallow - Bird Garuda - Icarus Haken - Hyper Haken
Jet Icarus - Jet Garuda - Great Icarus - Tetraboy
Dimensional War Party Vyram
Radiguet - Tran/Tranza - Maria - Grey - Empress Juuza
Dimension Beasts: Dimensional Bug Mother - Fighter Dimension - Faucet Dimension - Road Dimension - House Dimension - Mirror Dimension - Diamond Dimension - Fashion Dimension - Noodle Dimension - Vending Machine Dimension - Bus Dimension - Camera Dimension - Voice Dimension - Paper Dimension - Divination Dimension - Vacuum Dimension - Trash Dimension - Dryer Dimension
Bio-Dimension Beasts: Light Armadillo - Space-Time Mammoth - Armor Snake - Sticky Cockroach - Toxic Rat - Ant Bazooka - Torpedo Piranha - Laser Lizard - Hammer Chameleon - Sniper Cat - Meteor BEM - Leech Drill
Other Villains: Majin Mu - Majin Ramon and Gorg - Strange Dimensional Lifeform Hell Medusa - Great Tomato King
Grinam Soldiers - Devil Beast Semimaru - Trial Manufacture Robot G2 - Majin Robo Veronica
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