|This article is about a/an villain in Mahou Sentai Magiranger.|
When the Hades Gods first appeared, he effortlessly defeated MagiLegend with a single blow. His most powerful attack is the where he leaps into the air and spins with his lance facing forward in a corkscrew.
Later, he battled MagiLegend on Hades God Dagon's command during Hades God Drake's Divine Punishment, arriving on the surface world in his Hades Chariot pulled by Dark Magic Horse Barikion-like horses until he is forced back into Infershia by Supreme Ruler of Darkness WolKaiser.
He and Dagon confronted Hades Goddess Sphinx because of her treachery and struck her, admonishing her for talking so much and having grown tired of it. Sleipnir allowed Dagon to finish her off. After Sphinx was taken care of, Sleipnir was commanded to take up Sphinx's duty, and complete the Divine Punishment by attacking the city to draw the Magirangers out and defeated MagiLegend. However, Slepnir is overwhelmed by a confident Kai Ozu knocking him down and shattered his shield, with the Rangers using the Five Fantastic Aerial Attack to kill him off. As Sleipnir died, he finally realized exactly what Sphinx said about how their power could not compare to the Magirangers' courage.
Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen
However, he is revived in Kamen Rider x Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen, as a member of the Shocker Zangyack Alliance, who eventually fought the army of Kamen Riders and Super Sentai. He is briefly seen pushed back by Gokai Red, and briefly seen fighting FiveBlue, FiveYellow, GekiYellow in the second aerial fight scene. Along with Nurikabe, Kasha, a Makamou, Hades God Cyclops, and Hades God Drake, he is defeated by the Magirangers and Kamen Rider Hibiki.
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Powers and Abilities
Sleipnir wields either a jousting lance or a jagged sword and a shield. He boasts the greatest offensive attacks of the Hades Gods strongest attack being Ranging Spear Crusher, a spiral thrust attack.
- Height: 58.1 m (258 cm: mini)
- Weight: 26.6 t (118 kg: mini)
Behind the Scenes
Sleipnir is themed and named after Sleipnir, Odin's eight-legged horse from Norse Mythology. He also has the motif of an European knight.