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Goram in Zone Fighter
Subtitle(s) Twin-Headed Terror-Beast
(双頭恐獣,   Sōtō Kyōjū)
Height 92 meters[1]
Weight 79,000 metric tons[1]
Controlled by Garogas
Relations Garogas (creators)
Allies Garogas
Enemies Zone Fighter
First appearance Zone Fighter episode 20, "Fierce Fight! Can You Hear Fighter's Song?"

Goram (ゴラム,   Goramu) is a kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in episode 20 of Zone Fighter, "Fierce Fight! Can You Hear Fighter's Song?"

History[edit | edit source]

Zone Fighter[edit | edit source]

Goram was first used by the Garogas to capture several children, including Akira Sakimori. Akira signals to Hikaru that he is nearby, after a failed attempt to capture one of the Garogas goes wrong. It is then revealed that he and the other children are contained within Goram himself! Goram arrives and forces Hikaru to transform into Zone Fighter, and the two duke it out. Zone refuses to use his Meteor Missile Might on the Terro-Beast for fear of injuring the children inside, and Goram beats Zone down, until Zone Angel arrives in Smokey to help fight the monster off. Zone tears off one of Goram's heads, and the children manage to escape. He then finally destroys Goram by using the Meteor Missile Might on it.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Goram breathes his fire.

Containment[edit | edit source]

Goram can contain living things within his body.

Beams[edit | edit source]

Goram can fire two beams from his heads.

Fire[edit | edit source]

Goram can fire a stream of flames from his mouth(s).

Pistols[edit | edit source]

Goram has two giant pistols that he can use to shoot his opponents with. He appears to use them in quick-draw style.

Physical abilities[edit | edit source]

Goram's large hands and feet are used to punch and kick opponents around.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Main article: Goram/Gallery.

References[edit | edit source]

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