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This article is about a/an monster in Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger.


Yoshi Urazer (ヨシー・ウラザー Yoshī Urazā) was a cuckoo themed Gangler Monster from the Interdimensional Crime Group Gangler, equipped with the "Upside-down/À l’envers" treasure from the Lupin Collection.

Character History

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Personality

Yoshi is a wild card among the ganglers, being one of the most bloodthirsty ganglers and was willing to kill everyone. However, his collection piece calms him down to being innocently friendly and much more childlike.

Powers and Abilities

Yoshi Urazer's good face

Yoshi with the help of the Upside-down/À l’envers Lupin Collection

  • Hidden side: Due to the Upside-down/À l’envers Lupin Collection piece equipped in his safe, Yoshi can hide his evil identity to fool someone that he is not a member of the Ganglers.

Behind the Scenes

Portrayal

Profile

  • Height: 181 cm
  • Weight: 193 kg
  • Criminal Record: Juridical deception fraud
  • Lupin Collection: Upside-down/À l’envers Police Badge
  • Gangler Safe Location: Right and Left sides of Torso (Left removed by Gauche prior to death.)
  • Password: 4-1-0 (Left), Not Shown (Right)

Notes

  • His name comes from the Japanese word for reed warbler (ヨシキリ Yoshikiri), a species of bird on whose nests cuckoos parasite.
  • His name might be a pun to script writer Yoshio Urasawa.
  • Yoshi is the second Status Double Gangler Monster, but Goche removed his left safe for her newest creation (with the space left from its removal signified by the bandages covering the large wound).
  • Yoshi is the third Gangler Monster not to be enlarged as his second Gangler Safe was implemented to the Experimental Monster's body by Goche, and the third Gangler monster to not have their Gangler Safe Access Code shown (In this case, the Safe on the right part of his torso).
  • Yoshi's good side face has a slightly similar appearance to the inactive form of the Beast Driver used by Kosuke Nitoh/Kamen Rider Beast.

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