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"Heh heh heh heh. Want some pain?!"
―Tsubotoguro's first words when crippling some civilians and trying to cripple even more.[src]

"Want some pain?!"
―Tsubotoguro when unleashing his bugs to try and infect Takeru, Kotoha, and Mako as well as his final words before his initial defeat.[src]

"Damn you Shinkengers!"
―Tsubotoguro when he enlarged.[src]

"Nosakamata, appear! Go!"
―Tsubotoguro ordering his secondary support to appear and then fire on Tora ShinkenOh as well as his final words before his death.[src]

Tsubotoguro (ツボトグロ Tsubotoguro, 42) is an Ayakashi who serves under Akumaro, able to unleash a swarm of insects from his body with his signature phrase before unleashing it being "(you) want some pain?!" He can also extend the tenetacles around his body and shoot a purple beam from his mouth.

Character History

Sent by Akumaro, he was tasked with using his swarm to cause human misery in order to produce the final wedge for Akumaro's plan. After being slain by Super Shinken Red, having destroyed his bugs with his Kaen No Mai attack and using the Mougyu Bazooka to perform the Heretic Ruination, he grew and fought ShinkenOh. He wrapped it up with his tentacles but was knocked down by the Lion Flame Howl attack at which point he summoned help in the form of a couple of Nanashi. However, they broke free with the aid of the Kabuto Origami and Kajiki Origami and formed Kabuto ShinkenOh which easily destroyed most of the Nanashi. They then formed Kajiki ShinkenOh and destroyed the rest. Tsubotoguro then unleashed his bugs again but Tora ShinkenOh destroyed then with it's finishing attack. Tsubotoguro then summoned two Nosakamata which shot Tora ShinkenOh. However, they immediately formed Tenkuu ShinkenOh in the midst of the explosion but, although an upward slash destroyed the Nosakamata, Tsubotoguro survived the Tenkuu Bamboo Slice. With few choices left, they then formed DaiKaiShinkenOh and finally finished off Tsubotoguro with the Ika Tenkuu Buster's Origami Grand Release attack.

Yokai Origin

According to Chinese folklore, the Hitōban (飛頭蛮) is a creature whose head can float freely from its body. It is thought that this legend originates from Tsubotoguro's insects, which resemble disembodied heads.

Personality

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Powers and Abilities

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Behind the Scenes

Portrayal

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Design

  • His design is based on the hitōban, a monster in Chinese folklore that can detach its head from its body.

Concept Art

Etymology

  • His name is a combination of tsubo (壷, vase) and toguro (とぐろ, coil).

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Icon-samurai.png Samurai Sentai Shinkenger
Rangers
Takeru Shiba - Ryunosuke Ikenami - Mako Shiraishi - Chiaki Tani - Kotoha Hanaori - Genta Umemori - Kaoru Shiba
Gear
ShodoPhone - Sushi Changer - Shinkenmaru - Sakanamaru - Inromaru - Kyoryumaru - Secret Disks - Rekka Daizantou - Water Arrow - Heaven Fan - Wood Spear - Land Slicer - Mougyu Bazooka
Allies
Hikoma Kusakabe - Kuroko - Richard Brown - Sakutaro Komatsu - Toshizo Tanba - Engine Sentai Go-Onger - Tensou Sentai Goseiger
Hikari Studio/Kamen Rider Decade
Tsukasa Kadoya - Daiki Kaito - Yuusuke OnoderaIcon-crosswiki.png - Natsumi HikariIcon-crosswiki.png - Eijiro HikariIcon-crosswiki.png
Mecha and Robos
Origami
Shishi Origami - Ryuu Origami - Kame Origami - Kuma Origami - Saru Origami - Ebi Origami - Ika Origami - Daigoyou - Kabuto Origami - Kajiki Origami - Tora Origami - Ushi Origami - Kyoryu Origami
Robos
ShinkenOh - DaiKaiOh - DaiKai ShinkenOh - DaiTenku - Tenkuu ShinkenOh - Shinken DaiGoyou - MouGyuuDaiOh - SamuraiHaOh - Kyoryu Samurai HaOh
Gedoshu
Dokoku Chimatsuri - Dayu Usukawa - Shitari of the Bones - Juzo Fuwa - Akumaro Sujigarano
Kusare Gedoshu: Manpuku Aburame - Azemidoro
Ayakashi: Kagekamuro - Ootsumuji - Rokuroneri - Namiayashi - Yanasudare - Zuboshimeshi - Yamiororo - Hitomidama - Okakurage - Ushirobushi - Nakinakite - Hachouchin - Narisumashi - Marigomori - Isagitsune - Hyakuyappa - Oinogare - Utakasane - Chinomanako - Sasamatage - Urawadachi - Gozunagumo - Yumebakura - Abekonbe - Dokurobou - Kugutsukai - Happouzu - Futagawara - Homurakogi - Sogizarai - Mochibetori - Ikusazure - Sunasusuri - Tsubotoguro - Yomotsugari - Oborojime - Demebakuto - Madakodama
Nanashi Company - Susukodama - Nosakamata
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