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Jan Kandou (漢堂 ジャン Kandō Jan) is GekiRed (ゲキレッド Geki Reddo) of the Gekirangers. He practices the Fierce Beast Tiger-Fist (激獣タイガー拳 Gekijū Taigāken) style, though still a beginner, his main focus is on power. He's a wild child who was raised by tigers deep within the forest near the Beast Origin Village (獣源郷 Jūgenkyō).
- 1 Biography
- 2 Personality
- 3 Appearances in other media
- 4 GekiRed
- 5 Legend Sentai Devices
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Behind the scenes
- 8 Notes
- 9 Appearances
- 10 See Also
- 11 External links
- 12 References
The son of Dan, Jan was the sole surviving member of the nearby village that was destroyed by Long. Long had intended to kill Jan in order to prevent Rio from fighting him, since Rio would undoubtedly see Jan as a potential rival since Dan is his father. Jan's mother sacrificed herself to save Jan by taking a fatal blow from Long and at the same time pushing Jan off a cliff into a raging river. The shock left Jan with amnesia and he survived by living with tigers in the wild.
Because of his lineage, his senses have been sharply enhanced to feel qi like Sha-Fu, who scouted Jan as he personifies the "Body" (体 Tai, also pronounced as Karada) of a Gekiranger: Resistance to most forms of pain. This selection is strengthened when Jan emits Fierce Ki while giving off a "Tiger's Roar" when the Confrontation Beast-Fist Akugata began to attack. Although at first, he doesn't understand certain concepts or training, he eventually picks up and learns about it at a fairly high pace. He does not know very many common words so he sometimes describes things with words such as "niki-niki", "zowa-zowa", "waki-waki", his own personal "Jan-ish" language.
As he was raised by animals, he doesn't know and has to learn about the "Heart". Jan is eventually labeled as Rio's rival after witnessing the display of power used to stop his own attack. He became Sharkie Chan's first student of the Fierce Beast Shark-Fist (激獣シャーク拳 Gekijū Shākuken) sword-fighting style. Though Jan possesses the Extreme Ki (過激気 Kageki), he is unable to fully use it in his first fight with Rio.
Jan competes with Gorie Yen in a coin-stacking competition to improve his "Heart" to try to achieve the Extreme Ki, but he fails because when he tells Gorie that he practices Fierce Beast-Fist to become stronger, Gorie says that Jan is no better than Rio for following a similar ideology. Yet, once Jan realizes that his reason is to fight in order to protect others, Jan is able to transform into Super GekiRed (スーパーゲキレッド Sūpā Geki Reddo), using the Fierce Beast Gorilla-Fist (激獣ゴリラ拳 Gekijū Goriraken) style and is the "Extremely Unbreakable Body" (「過激にアンブレイカブル・ボディ」 Kageki ni Anbureikaburu Bodi).
After the Gekirangers, Rio and Mele are exposed to Beast-Fist God SaiDain's Beast Power Bloom, Jan is the first among the Gekirangers to realize how much stronger they all have become, pushing back Maku by himself as well as utilizing the Extreme Ki Hard Diamond technique by himself.
At first, Jan decides that he can't fight anymore after learning the truth behind his relation to Rio and Dan, but learning more about his family with Sha-Fu's help enables Jan to resume his role as a Gekiranger, making an enemy out of Long. He and Rio have their destined battle, with Jan the victor until he realizes that he is not really fighting Rio, but something else entirely.
When Jan regains his memories, he vows to make Long pay for what he did to his friends and family, managing to beat sense into Rio and give him a path of his own as they both save Mele and join forces in fighting their mutual enemy. After Long's defeat, Jan invites both Rio and Mele to SCRTC, despite protests from both Ran Uzaki and Retsu Fukami.
When both Rio and Mele decide to undergo the Fist Judgment to cleanse themselves of their sins while in the Confrontation Beast Hall, Jan tries to talk the both of them out of it in vain, learning later that Rio and Mele intended to die. In memory of Rio's final act, Jan wears the Fist Demons' Bracelet and vows to destroy Long once and for all.
During the final battle, after being infused with Maku's Confrontation Ki, Jan is taken to an astral Confrontation Beast Hall along with Ran and Retsu, where they are met by Rio and Mele. It is there that Jan masters the Confrontation Beast Bear-Fist (臨獣ベアー拳 Rinjū Beāken) style, unifying both Fierce and Confrontation Beast Styles.
With his and the others' new found skills, he goes on to defeat Long, sealing him in a small ball, which Jan keeps on his person to ensure that Long's power never falls into the wrong hands. He then leaves SCRTC to travel the world to find the next generation of Beast-Fist fighters, saying his final farewells to his comrades. While teaching the Beast Fist to kids in Hong Kong, he runs into a boy who looks similar to Rio and decides to take him under his wing.
Go-Onger vs. Gekiranger
In Go-Onger vs Gekiranger Jan again returned from his trip to celebrate Natsume's birthday as he arrived he was seen fighting against Nunchaku Bank immediately Ran and Retsu arrived to assist him in his fight and later they were send to another Dimension when Go-onger arrived
A few years later, Jan fought alongside not only his own team, but every single Sentai ranger in existence, against the Empire of Zangyack when it attacked the Earth in the Great Legend War. In the Great Legend War, he was seen fighting alongside fellow martial artist Ryo of the Heavenly Fire Star, taking down Gormin. After fighting against hundreds of Gormin and their Zgormin commanders. Akarenger noticed the fleet moving towards them, he gathered all the Rangers together and gave them the order to sacrifice their powers to wipe out the first invasion's armada.
The Tiger's Child
Eventually, the Gokaigers got a clue to the great treasure they have been searching for leading them to look for the "tiger's child." After the battle with Master Pachacamac XIII, Doc and Ahim meet with the traveling teacher while he was teaching his students how to use the Jyuken Fists (still wearing and guarding the Dogokugan on his neck). It wasn't until after they trained with him that they learned he was the "tiger's child" they were looking for with one of Jan's students referring to him as GekiRed. He watched the giant monster battle and witnesses the Gokaiger utilizing the Gekirangers' greater power. Master Sha-Fu then appears and asks if there was anymore he could have taught them. Jan tells him that they'll be fine, as they understand that wanting to become stronger is a sign of being stronger already. He then goes off and says he has to train more so he can catch up with them.
Farewell Space Pirates
After the Zangyack Empire was defeated by the Gokaigers, Marvelous returned the Ranger Keys to their original owners. It is assumed Jan and his teammates have their powers once again.
Super Hero Taisen
Jan, alongside his team (Rio and Mele were absent), was among the majority of the Super Sentai heroes caught up in the "Super Hero Taisen" incident which eventually resulted in the Super Sentai teams and Kamen Riders joining forces to defeat both Dai-Zangyack and Dai-Shocker. During the final battle, he is seen fighting Gecko Imagin.
Super Hero Taisen Z
The Gekiranger trio were among the various superheroes that came to help during the Space Shocker crisis, having been summoned by Gai Ikari. They appeared with the Livemen and Gingamen to aid Kamen Rider Beast against a Space Shocker force led by Space Spider Man.
After Demon King Psycho was destroyed, the Gekirangers appeared on a cliff alongside all the other past heroes to say goodbye to the heroes of recent years before taking their leave.
Zyuohger vs. Ninninger
GekiRed appeared as part of a conference of the first 38 Reds led by Red Falcon, whom addressed the Ninningers and Zyuohgers as the greater Super Sentai pantheon intervened to save them from defeat at the hands of the titanic Gillmarda. Empowering the Combination Nin Shuriken to form Wild Tousai Shuriken King, the first 38 Super Sentai further imbued their successors with the power to perform the Zyuoh Ninnin Super Sentai Burst, destroying Gillmarda with the combined power of all 40 Super Sentai.
Super Sentai Strongest Battle
Jan joined the Super Sentai Strongest Battle as a member of International Team, but lost the competition either in the first round against the Support Team offscreen or won against them and lost in the second round against Martial Artist Team offscreen.
Jan is a feral child who was raised by the tigers deep within the forest near the Beast Origin Village. Unlike his teammates he was initially dumb but quite active due to him being raised in the forest. However as the series progress he became much more matured and begins to act less dumb.
Jan has overall friendly and playful personality but can be quite stubborn at times. He and Retsu are shown to argue with each other at times but deep down they care for each other and they eventually get better as the series progresses.
He is shown to get along well with the children as it is seen where he tried to stand up for a bullied kid from Natsume's class. He is also shown to be on good terms with Miki's daughter Natsume. He also formed a close friendship with Gou.
Jan has a peculiar way of speaking, using onomatopoeia-like words to describe things and his emotions. Some are common Japanese onomatopoeic or mimetic terms, such as "mera mera" (the sound of flaming up), or corruptions of words or phrases like "seisei doudou" (fair and square) becoming "sei-sei de dou-dou". Japanese fans refer to his vocabulary as "Jan-go" (ジャン語).
- Bachi-bachi: Electric shock (from bachin, zap)
- Baki-baki: Full of spirit
- Baki-baki no chuiin shubaan:
- Bado-bado: Bad person
- Beran-beran: Talkative (from oshaberi, chatty)
- Biba-biba: Cool, stylish
- Biki-biki: Sharply
- Bishi-bashi: Intense, strict (from bishibashi, relentlessly)
- Bishi-bishi-pikiin: To look like the embodiment of Ki
- Byun-byun maru: Self-centered person
- Byuu-byuu: A hardened heart
- Deka-deka: Giant (from dekai, large)
- Fugu-fugu: To smell an odor
- Fure-fure gacchiri: To work together
- Gachi-gachi no shio-shio: Solid and dark
- Gare-gare: Still and quiet
- Garu-garu: Looks strong and scary (from garuru, growl)
- Gebo-gebo: To be beaten
- Geko-geko: Frog (from gekogeko, croaking)
- Gicho-gicho: A one-sided fight
- Giri-giri: Gritting one's teeth (from girigiri, gnashing)
- Giyan-giyan: Nagging
- Gochi-gochi no maru-maru yarou: Hard and round person
- Gokin-gokin: Too powerful
- Goro-goro: To enjoy being praised
- Gowan-gowan no dain-dain: Powerful giant
- Gura-gura: Earthquake (from guragura, shaky)
- Gure-gure: Bad behaviour
- Guta-guta-here-here: Lazy and careless
- Gyawa-gyawa: A commotion
- Gyuon-gyuon: Bursting with strength
- Gyuu-gyuu: To hug (from gyutto, tightly)
- Hapi-hapi: Happy
- Hare-hare: To resolve your worries (from harehare, bright and cheerful)
- Hena-hena: Weakling
- Henyo-henyo: To be worn out, flabby and untrained (from henahena, lack of strength and/or funyafunya, squishy sound)
- Hine-hine: Sulking (from hinekure, to sulk)
- Hiyo-Hiyo: Meager
- Howa-howa: A tender, motherly feeling (from hokahoka, warm, and fuwafuwa, soft)
- Hyuiin: To fly
- Ibo-ibo: Wart
- Iga-iga: To argue (from igamiau, quarreling)
- Jara-jara: Iron chains (from jarajara, jangling)
- Jatta-jatta: To be aggravated
- Jiri-jiri: Jealousy
- Jita-jita: To be frustrated (from jitajita, overwhelmed)
- Juwaan: To be moved emotionally
- Kena-kena: Admirable, opposite of zowa-zowa
- Kire-kire: Sharp (from kirekire, agile, skillful)
- Koto-koto: To endure, to wait (from kotokoto, simmering sound)
- Kusa-kusa: Painful
- Kyui-kyui: Something important
- Mera-mera: To be fired up (from meramera, to burst into flames)
- Meso-meso: To cry (from mesomeso, sobbing)
- Michi-michi-hogu-hogu: Warm and juicy
- Mohe-mohe: To be troubled
- Mosa-mosa: Hairy (from mosamosa)
- Mosho-mosho: Irritating
- Muga-muga: To lose oneself
- Mukya-mukya: To be angry (from mukamuka, being angry)
- Mukyu-mukyu: Barefoot
- Muni-muni: Friends
- Nei-nei de hou-hou: Joining forces (from the Cantonese pronunciation of nihao/neihou, hello)
- Nemu-nemu: Sleepy (from nemuru, to sleep)
- Netsu-netsu: To be completely absorbed (from necchuu, engrossed)
- Niki-niki: To enjoy (from nikoniko, mimetic word for smiling)
- Nikka-nika: A stronger feeling than "niki-niki")
- Nyamu-nyamu: Seems nice
- Nyowan-nyowan: To not understand
- Nyuru-nyuru: Slippery (from nyururi)
- Pakaan: Panic
- Pichi-pichi: Carp streamer (from pichipichi, flapping sound)
- Pika-pika: A pure heart (from pikapika, to shine)
- Pittan yarou: Someone that walks on walls (from pittanko, to stick to)
- Saba-saba: To be refreshed (from sabasaba)
- Sei-sei de dou-dou: Fair and square (from seisei doudou)
- Shawa-shawa: Shower
- Shin-shin: A deep impression
- Shio-shio: To be down, unhappy (from shioshio, in low spirits)
- Shio-shio-juku-juku: A gloomy expression
- Shobi-shobi: To be dejected (from shonbori, dejectedly)
- Shuba-shuba: Rhythmically
- Tama-tama: Orb (from tama, sphere)
- Uga-uga: To be bothered
- Ukya-ukya: To have fun, be cheerful
- Uja-uja: To worry, anxiety
- Ujan-ujan: Stronger anxiety than "uja-uja"
- Uro-uro: Unfocused eyes (from urouro, aimlessly)
- Wafu-wafu: Heartwarming
- Waki-waki: To be excited (from wakuwaku)
- Waki-waki kunai: To not be excited
- Waki-waki no dokaan: To strike with all one's might
- Wasshi-wasshi: Earnestly
- Yoka-yoka: A good friend
- Yowa-yowa: To seem weak (from yowai, weak)
- Zawa-zawa: Fresh air
- Zowa-zowa: A sense of something evil (from sowasowa, unease)
- Zowan-zowan: A stronger sense than "zowa-zowa"
- Super zowan-zowan: A stronger sense than "zowan-zowan"
- Zowangi-zowango: A stronger sense than "super zowan-zowan"
- Zun-zun: To go on forever (from zunzun, to grow rapidly)
- Zuru-zuru: Sneaky, unfair (from zurui)
- Zushi-zushi: Fate weighing heavily
Appearances in other media
Bouken Red and GekiRed walk through a fog and give each other a high five. Bouken Red walks off to the fog where GekiRed walked through, and the viewers' attention turns toward GekiRed.
GekiRed runs to Go-On Red, waving at him, and gives him a high five. Like a car, Go-On Red dashes off while GekiRed waves at him again.
In Nobuo Akagi/AkibaRed's roll call in the twelfth episode of Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger, which served as the finale of the first season, he says that "[his] favorite Final Battle is that of Jan and Rio."
- Jan Kandou/GekiRed: to be added
- Jan Kandou/Super GekiRed: to be added
Super Sentai Battle Base
GekiRed is among the vast pantheon of Rangers which are available in the mobile game Super Sentai Battle Base, with his Super Gekiranger form being available as well.
Super Sentai Legend Wars
(Super) GekiRed appears with his team among all Sentai in the mobile game Super Sentai Legend Wars.
These are techniques used uniquely by Jan or with other Gekiranger
These Gekiwaza focus on the "Body" of the user.
- Gun-Gun Bullet (砲砲弾 Hō Hō Dan): Geki Red's Gekiwaza that projects his Fierce Ki as Geki Tiger to fiercely attack the opponent with its strength.
- Dust Cloth Wringing (雑巾絞り Zōkin Shibori): "Cleaning-Power" style attack. Twisting Gyūya's horns like an actual dust cloth.
- Tiger Dust Cloth Mopping (タイガー雑巾掛け Taigā Zōkin Gake): "Cleaning-Power" style attack. Using the opponent as an actual dust cloth.
- Whirl-Whirl Fist (グルグル拳 Guru Guru Ken): "Bathhouse" style attack. Uses a koinobori to spin the opponent around. Jan invented this Gekiwaza himself.
- Super Tiger Strike (スーパータイガー撃 Sūpā Taigā Geki): A Gekiwaza that utilizes Extreme Ki and the Super Geki Claw.
- Soul-Soul Palm (魂魂掌 Kon Kon Shō): After Geki Yellow and Geki Blue transfer Fierce Ki through Fierce Ki Injection, Geki Red can throw a ball of Fierce Ki at the opponent.
- Extreme Ki Hard Diamond (過激気研鑽 Kageki Kensan): After SaiDain's Beast Power Blooming, Geki Red is able to use the Super SaiBlade on his own to form a powerful blade, which he used to cut down Maku.
- Super Sharp-Sharp Extreme Ki Slash (超鋭鋭過激気斬 Chō Ei Ei Kageki Zan): Geki Red shoots forward and delivers a powerful slash with the Super SaiBlade.
These Gekiwaza are performed through saber techniques.
- GekiSaber Thin-Thin Slash (ゲキセイバー薄薄斬 GekiSeibā Haku Haku Zan): A Gekiwaza that uses the flimsy nature of the GekiSabers in their Twin Sword Mode to twist the opponent's head around.
- GekiSaber Soar-Soar Slash (ゲキセイバー翔翔斬 GekiSeibā Shō Shō Zan): A Gekiwaza that uses the GekiSabers in their Twin Sword Mode.
- GekiSaber Current Blade (ゲキセイバー水流刃 GekiSeibā Suiryū Ha): A Gekiwaza that uses the GekiSabers in Twin Sword Combined Mode to cover the battlefield in water, while at the same time the blade is covered in high pressurized water.
- GekiSaber Wave-Wave Slash (ゲキセイバー波波斬 GekiSeibā Nami Nami Zan): A Gekiwaza that uses the Twin Sword Combined Mode and Fierce Ki to slash the opponent with the force of a tsunami. As Super Geki Red, this can be utilized as GekiSaber Super Wave-Wave Slash (ゲキセイバースーパー波波斬 GekiSeibā Sūpā Nami Nami Zan).
These Gekiwaza focus on the "Heart" of the user, mostly with punches and are mainly performed through GekiGorilla.
- Gori-Gori Strike (ゴリゴリ打 Gori Gori Da): Geki Gorilla uses his brute strength and rotates his arms around to strike the opponent with its fists.
- Gori-Gori Wave (ゴリゴリ波 Gori Gori Ha): Geki Gorilla pounds his chest and sends out shockwaves that form a pipe that Geki Penguin can ride on.
These are attacks shared within the 'triangle' of Geki Red, Geki Yellow and Geki Blue and occasionally added onto by Geki Violet and Geki Chopper
- Fierce-Fierce Cannon (激激砲 Geki Geki Hō): A team Gekiwaza performed using the GekiBazooka. Initially, it required two minutes to charge, but they soon overcame this limit. It requires all three Gekirangers to wield, transferring their collective Fierce Ki into the Geki Bazooka to fire. The first few times that the Gekirangers used it, Jan would yell "Pork cube stew!" (豚の角煮 Buta no Kaku Ni), which is the name of the dish that Natsume was preparing for him when he learned how to be patient, but this irritated Ran and Retsu, so he eventually stopped doing so. If there is insufficient Ki, the cat head will close back up automatically, as shown in a Beast Arts Academy demonstration.
- Super Fierce-Fierce Cannon (スーパー激激砲 Sūpā Geki Geki Hō): This Gekiwaza is identical to the Fierce Cannon, but the Super Gekirangers wield the Geki Bazooka.
- Soul-Soul Bullet (魂魂弾 Kon Kon Dan): The three Gekirangers focus their Fierce Ki to over their enture bodies it enters a Fierce Ki Explosive State (激気爆発 Geki Bakuhatsu), charging at their opponents and exposing to them to their Ki at point-blank range.
- Super Double Attack (スーパーダブル撃 Sūpā Daburu Geki): A Gekiwaza which two attack simultaneously utilizing Extreme Ki and the Super Geki Claws.
- Super Triple Attack (スーパートリプル撃 Sūpā Toripuru Geki): A Gekiwaza which three attack simultaneously utilizing Extreme Ki and the Super Geki Claws.
- Three Plan Slash (三算斬 San San Zan): A three-way attack with two Super Geki Claws and the SaiBlade.
- Fierce Ki Union (激気合一 Geki Gōitsu): A combination of the Super Fierce-Fierce Cannon and the Stern-Stern Fist, combining the energies of the two Gekiwazas into a powerful attack. The Fierce Ki Union is later augmented by Geki Chopper's Super Twist-Twist Bullet.
- Five Combined Work (五合業 Go Gō Gō): A Gekiwaza which five Gekirangers rush to an opponent while making GekiYellow into a head and spouting each Ki.
These are attacks shared with others.
- Red Zone Tiger Attack (レッドゾーンタイガー撃 Reddo Zōn Taigā Geki): Super Geki Red and Bouken Red's attack.
Legend Sentai Devices
The GekiRed Ranger Key (ゲキレッドレンジャーキー Geki Reddo Renjā Kī) is Jan Kandou's personal Ranger Key and what became of his powers after he along with the rest of the 34 Super Sentai sacrificed their powers to end the Great Legend War.
This key along with the majority of the Ranger Keys were collected by the Red Pirates and later used by the Gokaigers. The GekiRed Ranger Key was mainly used by Captain Marvelous (Gokai Red), who used it to fight as GekiRed. It was also used by Luka Millfy (Gokai Yellow) and Ahim de Famille (Gokai Pink) on two occasions each, and Gai Ikari (Gokai Silver) on one occasion.
- Luka became GekiRed as part of an all-red Gokai Change when the Gokaigers traveled to the past and fought against Shitari of the Bones and his Gedoushu during the Goseigers' team-up with the Shinkengers.
- Ahim became GekiRed as part of an all-red Gokai Change in the Gokaigers' fight with Action Commander Bongan.
- When the Gokaigers (bar Joe) became the Gekirangers while fighting Action Commander Zodomas' Zugormin.
- When the Gokaigers became the Gekirangers in their fight with Cosmic Kenpō Master Pachacamac XIII.
- When the Gokaigers (bar Don) became the Gekirangers in order to use the Fierce Ki Infusion against Action Commander Shieldon in a vein attempt to penetrate his shield.
- When the Gokaigers became the Gekirangers while fighting Action Commander Zakyura.
- Gai uses this key alongside all other Red keys after being merged with Captain Marvelous by Insarn.
- When the Gokaigers became the Gekirangers and RinJyuKen Warriors while fighting Zangyack shortly before the team found out that Don was apparently a legendary hero.
- While fighting against Kamen Rider Decade who had transformed into Kamen Rider Ryuki.
- Luka became GekiRed as part of an all-red Gokai Change when the Gokaigers teamed up with the Go-Busters while fighting against Bacchus Gill.
- To fight against Zyuoh Tiger while carrying the Whale Change Gun.
- Ahim became GekiRed in the second of two successive all-red Gokai Changes against Bangray's Dokoku Chimatsuri and Z Shin.
This makes this key the most used ranger key (not including GokaiSilver's hybrid keys) and the only one to be used during every return of the Gokaigers (not including Super Hero Taisen Z as it only featured Gai in the story, Jan himself appeared in Ranger form and ironically focused a lot on Geki Jumonji).
After Zangyack was finally defeated, the Gokaigers gave the Ranger Keys back to their rightful owners. It is presumed that Jan received his key and became GekiRed once more.
Out of all the Red keys, his key is the most used Red key by the female Gokaigers, the other being MagiRed.
Behind the scenes
Jan Kandou is portrayed by Hiroki Suzuki (鈴木 裕樹 Suzuki Hiroki). As a child, he is portrayed by Arashi Fukasawa (深澤 嵐 Fukasawa Arashi). In Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen, GekiRed's voice was provided by Yuki Yamada (山田 裕貴 Yamada Yūki), who plays Joe Gibken/Gokai Blue in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. In Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z, GekiRed's voice was provided by Kenta Suga (須賀 健太 Suga Kenta), who played Inazuman/Sanagiman in Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War Ultimatum.
- Most sources romanize his name as "Jan", though once, according to the computer display at the beginning of the Gekiranger movie, it is romanized as "Jyan".
- Jan is the second Red Ranger to be neither the leader or the second-in-command of his team since Tatsuya Asami. However, like Tatsuya, he takes the lead more than the actual leader of the team.
- Jan is the second "wild man" to become a Sentai hero, after Shirou Akebono.
- GekiRed represents the Gekirangers for the Gekiranger Zyudenchi that was released as part of the Legend Sentai Zyudenchi line of Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.
- GekiRed at the Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O official website
- GekiRed at the Dice-O Wiki