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Spirass in Seven Star Fighting God Guyferd
Subtitle(s) MTSP-17[1]
Species Mutian
Height 1.85 meters[1]
Weight 75 kilograms[1]
Controlled by Crown
Relations Crown (Creators)
Allies Crown
Enemies Guyferd
First appearance Guyferd Episode 4: Escape from the Genetic Laboratory

Spirass[2] (スパイラス,   Supairasu) is a Mutian kaiju created by Toho and Capcom that first appeared in episode 4 of the 1996 tokusatsu kaiju series, Guyferd titled Escape from the Genetic Laboratory.



Spirass is first seen stalking while hanging on her spider net, before using Spiral Net to steal a bus full of children, in order to lure Guyferd to a Crown Genetics Facility using the children as a bait. She is seen again at the end of the episode after being summoned by Megumi Shion to fight Go Kazama, who had broken into the facility. Go eventually transformed into Guyferd and momentarily knocked her out. After the children fully escaped the facility, she was sent to kill Guyferd, as his dead body is deemed enough for experimentation. Spirass at first takes the immediate upper-hand in battle through her grappling techniques and Spiral Beam attack, however, Guyferd eventually countered her technique. After getting overpowered and weakened by Guyferd's attacks, she was killed when Guyferd use his Jiraishin attack on her face, which caused her to moving backward and crying in pain before she exploded. After her demise, Shion ordered evacuation of Crown Genetics Facility. Spirass is the first Mutian to have no lines of dialogue in her debut episode.


Spiral Net

Spiral Net is a spider net ki attack that used to capture target and teleport said target to the designated object.

Spiral Beam

Spiral Beam is a purple ki attack that explodes on contact, even against other ki attacks.


Main article: Spirass/Gallery.


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