Doggross

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Doggross
Doggross in Seven Star Fighting God Guyferd
Alternate names Dogross
Species Mutian
Height 190 centimeters
Weight 72 kilograms
Controlled by Crown
Relations Crown (Creators)
Allies Crown
Enemies Go Kazama
First appearance Guyferd Episode 2: Go in Danger!
Roar(s)
N/A (speaks)

Doggross[1] (ドグロス,   Dogurosu) is a Mutian kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in episode 2 of the 1996 tokusatsu kaiju series, Guyferd titled Go in Danger!.

History

Heisei era

Guyferd

Doggross was first seen being sent out to subdue another Mutian who had escaped their cell in the Crown facility. He defeated the rogue element, but shortly after, his medication wore off, leaving him in terrible pain. He was seen again trapping Rei and Yu Kujo in a stable, and demanding they give him the whereabouts of Go Kazama, who appears behind him, and the two begin to fight. Doggross is defeated by Go because his medication wore off, and he was taken away by Guyborgs. Doggross reappeared later as a backup plan to ensure that the Kujos were used as bait to lure Kazama out. The initial plan to hold them at gunpoint failed, and the children tried to escape the trainyard, but Doggross waited for them and attacked, but was once again stopped by Go Kazama. The two fought, and Doggross gained the upper hand and began to advise Kazama to give in to his Mutian side, because otherwise he was weak, But Kazama proclaimed that he was human, and ironically, transformed into Guyferd. With the power of Kazama's transformation Doggross was defeated.

Abilities

Dogro Punch

Dogro Punch is a green mass of ki that can be launched from Doggross' fist

Gallery

Main article: Doggross/Gallery.

References

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  1. Guyferd Gameplay.jpg

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The Famous Yongary

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He is a reptile right? look at the scales.
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