|Home world:||Kingdom of Light|
|First Appearance:||Another Genesis Episode 5|
|Number of Appearances:||TBA|
The alternate version of Ultraman Taro, he is a very powerful warrior with fish tails from just under the knees and a trident. Here he is known only as Taro.
Subtitle: The Violent Whirlpool (荒ぶる闘神, Araburu Tōshin)
Hailing from the Kingdom of Light, the death of the planet which resulted by Belial meant the death of his mother who perished with his homeworld. To restore his mother Taro ventured to find the pieces of the Land of Light and wished to use their power to restore her. This brought him in conflict with his two friends, Ace and Jack who both wished to use the piece they had found to revive a loved one. This lead to a battle between the three giants that resulted in great destruction on the planet they had found the piece. Ultimately their battle resulted in the eruption of a volcano. The three giants realized that the planet's primitive civilization was about to be wiped out because of their selfishness. Remorseful, the three leapt into the volcano and quelled its eruption.
Techniques and Weapons
- Ultra Powers: Taro obviously has the standard abilities of his people.
- Flight: Taro can fly under his own power, that is how he moved from planet to planet.
- Outer Space Adaption: Taro can survive in space.
- Heat Resistance: Taro has shown to be resistant to Heat.
- Sea Monster Control: Taro could apparently control the Sea Kaiju Dakar and used them and their poison inc against Jack and Ace.
- Undersea Adaption: Taro's large build and fish tails for legs gives him an advantage when it came to moving underwater.
- Trident: Taro wields a trident. It is a powerful weapon, that in his battle with two other giant, brought mass amounts of devastation to a planet.
- Taro's redesign, mainly his trident and fish tails for feet, is likely based on several characters from Greek Mythology, particularly Poseidon the God of the Sea who also wielded a trident and Aquarius the constellation, who was often represented as a man with fish tails for feet and holding a vase, pouring water. He could also represent Pisces, which is represented as two fish.
- His trident is also a nod to his original incarnation's Ultra Bracelet which could be transformed into a lance.