Home world: Planet Earth (Beneath)
First appearance: Ultraman Tiga episode 3 "The Omen of The Devil"
Latest appearance: Ultraman Tiga episode 25 "The Devil's Judgement" (as Kyrieloid II)
Height: 52 m
Weight: 42,000 t
Category: Seijin
Affiliation: None
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Kyrieloid (キリエロイド Kirieroido?) part of the aliens called the Alien Kyrie that appeared in the TV series, Ultraman Tiga. He appeared in episodes 3 and 25. He is also known as Kilalien or Kille, as said in the English translation.

  • Kyrie Man Subtitle: Fire Demon (炎魔人 Hono Majin?)
  • Subtitle: Infernal Warrior (炎魔戦士 Honō ma Senshi?)


Ultraman TigaEdit

Generation IEdit

Kyriod IV

Kyriod vs Ultraman Tiga

Kyrieloid was the result of a race of devil-like creatures whom had viewed themselves as prophets for Mankind's future. When one of the devils took the body of a deceased man known as Mitsuo Itahashi, he began prophesizing a "renewal" of Earth by setting fire to those who were impure (by their standards.) All the while, they began to stalk Captain Iruma of GUTS in hopes of making her see that he and his race were the rightful "guardians" of Earth instead of Ultraman Tiga as the Kyrieloids have been inhabiting Earth much longer than the Ultramen had been. When Iruma refused to accept them as their new guardians, Kyrieloid left her to die in a building that was set to be destroyed by Kyrieloid's flames. Once the people were safety evacuated and Ultraman Tiga had arrived to save Iruma from the explosion, Kyrieloid revealed his true form after exposing himself to his own fiery energy, and began fighting Tiga. The two seemed evenly matched until Tiga transformed to Sky type. While Kyrieloid’s speed was impressive, Tiga’s was greater and he began gaining the upper hand with a barrage of kicks until Kyrieloid began using his Creptic Ray to gain the advantage. Kyrieloid kept up his assault and managed to weaken Tiga, but GUTS and Iruma called support for Tiga, giving him new strength. Tiga then froze Kyrieloid with his Tiga Freezer attack before switching back to Multi-Type and blowing Kyeloid to pieces with his Zepellion Ray.


  • Kyrieloid's name in the English dub is Kilalien. This was used as Alien Icarus's name in the TNT dub of Ultraseven.
  • This Episode was later featured in episode 6 of Ultraman Retsuden: The Stalking Shadow of the Devil! The Arrival of the Kyrieloid!!.

Generation IIEdit

Kyrieloid 2

Kyrieloid II

Another alien of Kyrieloid's race would appear later on in episode 25 of Ultraman Tiga.

After the failure of the first Kyrieloid, several more prophets resurfaced and brainwashed a major population of people in Japan into believing that an Angel has come to Earth for their judgment. The Kyrieloid aliens also fooled the people into believing that Ultraman Tiga was the devil and so prepared to open up a gateway from Hell to Earth preparing to "purge" all those they saw were impure. Also unlike the previous Kyrieloid, several more of his race found and ambushed Daigo, pummeling him in hopes of making sure that he (as Tiga) would not interfere with their plans. Daigo however managed to survive their assault just as GUTS came to rescue him from them. Once the gateway to Hell appeared in the sky, GUTS left to take care of the gateway while Daigo transformed into Ultraman Tiga to stop it from opening himself. These actions provoked several of the aliens to merge into another Kyrieloid. Still time however, Kyrieloid II was more prepared for Tiga in battle as it possessed the ability to transform its body into forms that mimicked Tiga's own Power and Sky Types. With his enhanced abilities, Tiga was outclassed by Kyrieloid II's powers and was put out of commission upon crashing to the ground from an air fight with Kyrieloid II in Sky-Mode and suddenly covered with darkness which emerges from the 'hell' door. Realizing that Tiga was the real hero, GUTS broadcasted to all the brainwashed citizens of Japan that Tiga was the true hero and that Kyrieloid II had been brainwashing everyone to think otherwise. Realizing the errors of their ways the population in the city crowded to Tiga's crash site and shined as much light onto the Ultra as much as there could, reviving Tiga in the process. Realizing Tiga was still alive, Kyrieloid II returned to the Earth and resumed battling Tiga, but Tiga's new consumption of light allowed him to manhandle Kyrieloid II with ease. Ultimately, Kyrieloid II was destroyed when Tiga hurled the Demon towards the gateway to hell and blown up by Tiga's Zepellion Ray, ending the Kyrieloid's invasion on Earth.

After the revival of Gatanozoa and Tiga's defeat, they appeared to Daigo in his crystal prison in the Tiga Statue to bad mouth him and gloat. They stated they were abandoning Earth and were leaving for another world.


  • Suit actor: Toshio Miyake
  • Voice actor: Masaharu Sato
  • Originally, Kyrieloid's episode was to feature a monster. However, Kyrieloid was created instead because it would be a fresh new styled enemy as opposed to another simple kaiju.
  • Kyrieloids often appear as the narrators in stage shows. Their allegiances to the other characters vary.
  • Kyrieloid is similar to Alien Mefilas, both in appearance and wanting to be the one watching over the humans.
  • Kyrieloid was considered to appear in the film, Ultraman Tiga: The Final Odyssey, but was ultimately cut. However, Kyreloid (Along with Geozark, Gobnu Oguma and Bizaamo) appears in Daigo's flashback in the movie.
  • In a live stage show for Ultraman Festival, it was stated that in the ancient past the Kilaliens ruled mankind, causing the creation of Atlantis, the Sphinx, the Nazca Lines and other ancient wonders. Also, it is stated that since the birth of the Ultramen after their sun died, they had coveted the power of light and so had attacked the Land of Light in the past. Whether this is canon in the series is unknown, but it is possible as Kyrieloid said that the Killie had been on Earth long before the Ultras.
  • Kyrieloid II's costume was the original with modifications.
  • This Episode was later featured in episode 14 of Ultraman Retsuden: Kyrieloid's Great Counterattack! Tiga's Desperate Situation!!.


Kyrie Man
Kyrie People

Kyrie Man

The Kyrie Man (キリエル人 Kirieru Jin?) is the basic form of every Kyrieloid. Like Yapool's Yapool Man form, Kyrie Man is an Astral form, being an intermediate form between the Kyrieloid's mind and their body..


None demonstrated


  • Human Disguise: Kyrie Man can disguise itself as a normal human.
  • Possession: Kyrie Man can possess humans for short periods of time. He can posses dead bodies for as long as he likes using them as a host.
  • Energy Blast: Kyrie Man can fire energy blast that appear as flashes to injure or pin someone to walls.
  • Physic Powers: Kyrie Man possess some physic powers in the form of telekinesis.

Kyrieloid full


Kyrieloid's true material form.


  • Height: 52 m
  • Weight: 42,000 t
  • Origin: Underground

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Sacred Fire: Kyrieloid can channel the elemental power of fire either in a form of eruption or attack. This fire is indeed sacred to their beliefs, true to it's namesake.

Kyrieloid II Multi-Type
Kyrieloid 2


  • Height: 55 m
  • Weight: 45,000 t
  • Origin: Underground

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Adaptation: Kyrieloid II can transform his body into a different form to match his opponent's fighting style.
  • Gateway of Hell: Kyrieloid II can control the gateway hell to release the darkness from it. To open it however, he must trick the humans into giving themselves to darkness.

Kyrieloid II Power-Type
Kyrieloid 2 power



  • Height: 55 m
  • Weight: 45,000 t
  • Origin: Underground

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Blades: In Power-Type, Kyrieloid II spots a pair of sharp blades on his forearms, which are used as weapons.
  • Adaptation: Kyrieloid II can transform his body into a different form to match his opponent's fighting style.
  • Gateway of Hell: Kyrieloid II can control the gateway hell to release the darkness from it. To open it however, he must trick the humans into giving themselves to darkness.
  • Super Strength: After gaining adaptation from Tiga Power-Type's combat skills, Kyrieloid II's strength had been doubled to get him on par with Tiga.

Kyrieloid II Sky-Type
Kyrieloid sky

Kyrieloid II Sky-type


  • Height: 55 m
  • Weight: 45,000 t
  • Origin: Underground

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Flight: In Sky-Type, Kyrieloid II sprouts a pair of blue wings from his back and is capable of flying at fast speeds.
  • Blades: In Sky-Type, Kyrieloid II has small blades on his arms, similar to his Power-Type. These were never used in combat.
  • Adaptation: Kyrieloid II can transform his body into a different form to match his opponent's fighting style.
  • Gateway of Hell: Kyrieloid II can control the gateway hell to release the darkness from it. To open it however, he must trick the humans into giving themselves to darkness.
  • Agility: After gaining adaptation from Tiga Sky-Type's combat skills, Kyrieloid II's agility and speed had been doubled to get him on par with Tiga.

Chaos Kyrieloid
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  • Height: Unknown
  • Weight: Unknown

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

  • Drill: Chaos Kyrieloid can attack the enemy stomach by drilling it. The Chaos version is stronger.
  • Blue Sacred Fire: Chaos Kyrieloid can burn the enemy with blue flames. These can also burn cars and buildings around him.
  • Blades: There are a pair of blades in his legs. These can slash the enemy when he is kicking.

Other MediaEdit

Ultraman Tiga MangaEdit

Main article: Kyrieloid (Tiga Manga)

Kyrieloid appears in the Tiga Manga. Here, he is still an enemy of Tiga but his past seemed to be more related with the giant hero.

Ultraman Fighting Evolution RebirthEdit

Chaos KyrieloidEdit

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Chaos Kyrieloid

Chaos Kyrieloid is the exclusive powered up form of the original Kyrieloid from Ultraman Fighting Evolution Rebirth in PlayStation 2. Kyrieloid reappeared in the Video Game, Ultraman Fighting Evolution Rebirth.

Kyrieloid 2 rebirth

Kyrieloid, as seen in Ultraman Fighting Evolution Rebirth.

Kyrieloid appeared in episode 4 of the game's story mode. In the video game's story, he is once again seen battling Ultraman Tiga, but manages to retreat from the fight and hides underground. When Tiga appears underground in pursuit after the devil, he encounter injured Gomora (who had recently fought with Ultraman and lost his tail.). After short battle, Tiga realize that Gomora doesn't want to fight and about to lets it leave. Then Kyrieloid returns to confront Tiga again, this time mutated by Chaos Organism into Chaos Kyrieloid (カオスキリエロイド Kaosu Kirieroido?) and kills Gomora. This angered Tiga, who quickly defeat Chaos Kyrieloid despite his increased power.


  • In his Video Game appearance, Chaos Kyrieloid appears to be designed after his Kyrieloid II design.

Mega Monster Rush Ultra FrontierEdit

Several Kyrieloids appear in artwork for Mega Monster Rush Ultra Frontier, one wielding a rocket launcher.

DINO-TANK HuntingEdit

A Kyrieloid, along with an Alien Temperor and Alien Hipporito, was one of the second team of aliens chosen to take down Dinosaur Tank. After a combination of his fireballs, Hipporito's antenna beams, and Temperor's electric beams, Kyrieloid didn't even make Dinosaur Tank dizzy. Kyrieloid and his team failed after they were shot by Dinosaur Tank's cannons and squashed like bugs.




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Ultraman Tiga Kaiju & Seijin
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Ultraman Tiga: The Final Odyssey Shibito Zoiger | Golza Army | Demonzoa
Ultraman Tiga: The Return of the Ancient Giant Degouf | Jomonoid | Kurayaminoorochi | Dogouf
Ultraman Fighting Evolution Kaiju & Seijin
Ultraman Fighting Evolution Alien Baltan | Gomora | Dada | Zetton | Eleking | Alien Metron | King Joe | Ace Killer | Alien Magma
Ultraman Fighting Evolution 2 Alien Baltan | Dada | Alien Magma | Dead Spirits | Tyrant | Yapool | Bemstar | Ace Killer | Red Giras | Black Giras | Zetton/King Joe/Gomora
Ultraman Fighting Evolution 3 Red Giras | Black Giras | Alien Magma | Fire Golza | Spume | Reigubas | Gan Q Code №00 | Gan Q Code №01 | Gloker Pawn | Gloker Mother | Silver Bloome | Geozark | Zoiger | Gatanothor | Zoruim | Alien Baltan | Red King | Alien Dada | Zetton | King Joe | Gudon | Twin Tail | Bemstar | Vakishim | Ace Robot | Ace Killer | Tyrant | Delusion Ultraseven
Ultraman Fighting Evolution Rebirth Bullton | Gomora | Red King | Eleking | EX Eleking | Kyrieloid | Chaos Kyrieloid | Tyrant | EX Red King | EX Gomora | Bullton II | Imitation Ultraman Agul | EX Tyrant | EX Tyrant II | Geronimon | Alien Baltan | Waroga | Chaos Waroga | Alien Mefilas | EX Tyrant (Deathborn) | Neo Chaos Darkness | Neo Chaos Darkness II
Ultraman Fighting Evolution 0 Alien Baltan | Zetton | Eleking | Black King | Vakishim | Alien Hipporito | Alien Temperor | Alien Babarue

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