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This article is about a/an monster in Kousoku Sentai Turboranger.

Ular Soldiers (ウーラー兵 Ūrā Hei): The cyclops-like foot soldiers under Lagorn's services, the black-skinned Ular are one of the many Bōma Tribes. They are armed with the Evil Bone Blades (邪骨剣 Jakotsuken) sickles which can be used as grenades and have the ability to merge into ball-shaped Ular Dumplings (ウーラーダンゴ Ūrā Dango). Sometimes these sickles can be replaced with machine guns. Their original leader was Ular Bōma, who at one points revives to utilize the Ular sealed on a Japanese highway, but who ultimately dies with the soldiers pledging revenge for the Turboranger's murder of him.Ep. 11: Roar! Ular Highway!


Ular Soldiers with Wu (right) and Lar (left)

The Ulars are usually led to battle the red-skinned Ular Captain Wu (ウーラー隊長ウー Ūrā Taichō Ū) and Ular Captain Lar (ウーラー隊長ラー Ūrā Taichō Rā), armed with pickaxes, but they no longer show up later on. They are sent to the battle by their superiors or the Boma Beast by the command Divide! Ulars! (湧け! ウーラー Wake! Ūrā!)


Combined Combatant

Combined Combatant

Combined Combatant.

Several Ular Soldiers were part of an army of past enemy grunts that were fought by the Gokaigers in Los Dark's ghost dimension which housed the 1500 spirits of the villains defeated by the Super Sentai. After losing some of their number in an initial skirmish, the remaining members from each grunt group merged to form the Combined Combatant. Though the stronger opponent, the Combined Combatant proved to be unstable due to internal conflicting among the grunts composing him over who got to finish the pirates off. Taking advantage, the Gokaigers used the Battle Fever J Ranger Keys to destroy the Combined Combatant with the Penta Force cannon. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship

Behind the scenes


Ular Soldiers' motif appears to be one of a caveman.


Ular is derived from the japanese word Urami (恨み), that means grudge.

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