Mogranda

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Mogranda
Mogranda in Zone Fighter
Alternate names Moguranda
Subtitle(s) Drill Terror-Beast
(ドリル恐獣,   Doriru Kyōjū)
Height 108 meters[1]
Weight 86,000 metric tons[1]
Controlled by Garogas
Relations Garogas (Creators)
Allies Garogas
Enemies Zone Fighter
First appearance Zone Fighter Episode 16: Terrifying Attack! The Garoga Robot
Roar(s)
To be added.

Mogranda (モグランダ,   Moguranda) is a drill kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in episode 16 of the 1973 tokusatsu kaiju series, Zone Fighter titled Terrifying Attack! The Garoga Robot.

Design

Mogranda is mostly cybernetic with his entire head, upper body, and tail being made completely of metal. He also has added body parts, those being a large drill implanted behind his neck and a long blade replacing his right hand. Mogranda organic parts give the impression of a cybernetically modified reptilian bird monster with his beak and yellow scaled body. However the cyborg monster was actually created by two Silver Garoga fusing together.

History

Zone Fighter

Terrifying Attack! The Garoga Robot

TBA

Abilities

  • Mogranda can breathe a stream of fire from his beak.
  • Mogranda's drill can be used as a weapon.
  • Mogranda is able to burrow through the ground at high speeds.
  • After obtaining enough energy, Mogranda can breathe an explosive red mist. [2]

Roar

Mogranda's roars appear to be derived from some of Minilla's roars, although Mogranda also makes sounds similar to a rusty gate or metal being bent.

Trivia

Despite being formed on earth by the fusion of two Silver Garoga, the Toho Special Effects: All Kaiju Illustrated Encyclopedia lists its place of birth as Garoga Baron Planet (ガロガバラン星 - Garogabaran Hoshi), the homeworld of the Garoga aliens; perhaps indicating its components were born on their homeworld and not a planet the Garoga have conquered.

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