This article is about a/an mecha in Mashin Sentai Kiramager.

―Magellan's repetition when speaking[src]

Mashin Magellan (魔進マゼラン Mashin Mazeran) is an auxiliary Mixer truck-like Mashin in Mashin Sentai Kiramager.[1]


Much like Mashin Duston, the Lime Kiramai Stone (ライムキラメイストーン Raimu Kiramei Sutōn) Magellan speaks in complete sentences, and as a Mashin can mix up a cement mixture that hardens as soon as it lands on the Jamen Beast. In gun mode, the cement fires out the barrel as hardened needle projectiles, and can be fired in bursts known as the Magellan Shot. The finishing move with Magellan is the Magellan Full Blast, where the Jamen Beast is destroyed with several energized shots from his barrel.

Appearances: Kiramager Episodes 16, 18-20, 23-24, 26, 28


Magellan's stone was found by Sayo Oharu and Shiguru Oshikiri, as Takamichi Crystalia was dealing with Marshmallow traumas. After Hassha Ligany attacked, Magellan was granted his form and jammed the missiles with quick-dry cement befoe entering a gunfight that destroyed the Jamen Beast.

Kiramaizin Magellan

Main article: Mashin Gattai Kiramaizin

Kiramaizin Magellan (キラメイジンマゼラン Kirameijin Mazeran) is the armament of Kiramaizin with Mashin Magellan in its gun mode.

Appearances: Kiramager Episodes 16, 28

Additional Formations

GigantDiller Giga-mori Special

GigantDriller Giga-mori Special (ギガントドリラーギガ盛りスペシャル Giganto Dorirā Giga-mori Supesharu)

Appearances: Kiramager Episodes 18


  • Mashin Magellan is the second Sentai Mecha with the following factors:
    • It is the second Sentai Mixer Mecha after GoGo Mixer.
      • Interestingly, both Magellan & GoGo Mixer are also green colored mixer mechas (albeit Magellan is lime green while Mixer is a standard green).
        • And they both go to the left side of a Giant Robo where the Red Mecha forms a good amount of the formation.
    • It is the second Auxiliary Mecha after the Police Ressha to have its alternate form be a gun.
  • The gem that Mashin Magellan appears to be based on is most likely a Chrysoberyl.
  • The name is based from Ferdinand Magellan, the Portuguese explorer who organized the first circumnavigation of the Earth.



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