Minour (ミノー is a scientist character who first appeared in episode 1 of the Minō)1996 tokusatsu series Guyferd, titled "The Birth of Guyferd!" He was the creator of the Guyborg program in service of world domination.
Minour was the head of the development of an ultimate cyborg soldier at the evil organization Crown, who sought to use Minour's creations, dubbed Guyborgs as the ultimate soldier in their plans for world domination. With at least three successfully converted units in operation, Minour presented his successful project at a board meeting to Bicross. Unfortunately, the new head of Fallah research, Megumi Shion played footage of three Guyborgs being overpowered by a single Fallah mutant. It was decided that the Fallah and Guyborg programs would be in competition. After it was discovered that Masato Kazama's little brother Go had returned to Japan, he was promised to Minour by Bicross himself as a subject for the Guyborg program. When one of Shion's Mutians escaped their custody, he quickly dispatched three Guyborgs to deal with the threat, and Shion pitched the encounter as a definitive test of which of their "ultimate troopers" was superior. Unfortunately, all three Guyborgs were defeated if not destroyed.
While in a board meeting, Bicross revealed that Guyborgs would be used as footsoldiers to accompany the elite task force of Shion's Mutians. Minour was shocked by this news, protesting that the Guyborg program was at 80% completion and that Mutians were uncontrollable monsters. In light of this, Bicross ordered Shion to work together with Minour to create brain implants for Mutians to ensure their obedience, but they proved ineffective.
- Guyferd: Operation Destroy Crown (1998) - Sony PlayStation and Sega Saturn
In the final episode of the game, taking place shortly before his death, Minour is tasked with overseeing the safe removal of some Arclight Explosives from a Crown base. In doing so, a Guyborg complains about the complicated moving pathways in the facility, and Minour commands him to be quiet.
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