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Design[edit | edit source]
History[edit | edit source]
Tenma Kudo is a naive postal worker who was introduced to being a Sazer when he was confronted by Sazer Velsou. His anger and inner strength caused him to transform into the powerful Sazer Tarious. With this new-found superhero form, Tenma was able to quickly defeat Velsou. It was then explained to him that he was a member of the Fire Tribe and a direct descendant of an ancient being. He is initially weary of committing to the tribe, but soon accepts his role as leader and grows fond of his comrades; especially Mika Shidou.
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Tenma Kudo reprises his role as Sazer Tarious to assist his fellow Sazers, the Justirisers, and Sazer X.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Knuckle Riser[edit | edit source]
Sazer Tarious, like all Gransazers, owns a Knuckle Riser which transforms him.
Falcon Bow[edit | edit source]
Sazer Tarious possesses a bow weapon called the Falcon Bow which can be used to perform the "Burning Falcon" attack which involves the shooting of a giant flaming projectile.
Cosmo Punch[edit | edit source]
Sazer Tarious can perform an attack called Cosmo Punch where he leaps into the air and thrusts his fist toward the opponent whilst spinning.
Flame Triber[edit | edit source]
Sazer Tarious pilots a falcon-based aerial vehicle.
Garuda[edit | edit source]
Filmography[edit | edit source]
- The Gransazers (TV 2003-2004)
- The Gransazers: Super Battle Memory (DVD 2005)
- Super Fleet Sazer-X the Movie (2005)
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Sazer Tarious/Gallery.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Being under the sign of Sagittarius who is usually depicted as a winged creature wielding a bow, Sazer Tarious's Falconidae features and Falcon Bow may be inspired by the astrological sign he represents.
References[edit | edit source]
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