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Terranoid

Ultraman Terranoid

Zelganiod

Home world: TPC Mars Base
First appearance: Ultraman Dyna episode 49 " The Final Chapter I: A New Shadow"
Latest appearance: Ultraman Retsuden episode 36 "A New Shadow! Zelganoid Appears!!"
Height: 55 m
Weight: 43,000 t
Category: Robot
Affiliation: TPC (formerly)
Black Buster Corps
Sphire
Evil Tiga (Previous Incarnation)
Tiga's companions (Previous Incarnations)
Roar(s): TBA

Ter​ranoid (テラノイド Teranoido?) is a man-made Ultraman that appeared in the series Ultraman Dyna, created from the remains of Tiga's companions and Evil Tiga after their destruction from 10 years prior. He appeared in episode 49. He was later corrupted by Sphires and morphed into Zelganoid (ゼルガノイド Zeruganoido?).

  • Terranoid Subtitle: Man-Made Ultraman (人造ウルトラマン Jinzō Urutoraman?)
  • Zeglanoid Subtitle: Super Morphed Beast Man (超合成獣人 Chao Hekai Ju-Jin?)

HistoryEdit

Ultraman DynaEdit

TPC staff Gondo Kihachi decided to restart the frozen plan F (a plan that includes creating Ultraman at Man's will). He then commanded the Black Buster Corps to capture Shin Asuka and bring him to Mars after discovering his secret identity. However, Ryo had followed Asuka and was also held hostage just as Superior Iruma (former GUTS captain) and Captian Hibiki finds out about the crime. Asuka was then placed into a "life-force extracting device" to extract his light energy and place it into Terranoid's statue. Once his energy was spent, Asuka collapsed and Terranoid was brought to life.

As soon as Terranoid awakened, Sphire attacked the TPC Mars Base and Terranoid was called into action. Terranoid then displayed the Terranoid Solgent Ray and soon destroyed most of the spheres. Unfortunately, due to his careless spending of energy, his color timer soon began to blink and he soon fell. Because there were still a few more Sphires left, the Sphires morphed him into his next form, Zeglanoid and attacked the TPC Mars Base.

49 - Zelganoid 1

Zelganoid then began to wreak havoc upon his creators. Asuka, almost killing himself in the process, transformed into Dyna to fight the monster, but due to his previous drain of light energy, his color timer quickly flashed. Just then, Super GUTS arrived and also attacked the beast. Watching the battle from underground is Ryo and Gondo himself. Ryo then headed towards the "life-force extracting device" to lock herself in and sacrifice her energy so Asuka can live when he un-transforms. Seeing this as an opportunity to redeemed from his mistake, Gondo throw Ryo aside from the device and lock himself in. He then switched the machine on to max frequency and turned it on. Gondo bids farewell to Ryo and performs Asuka's signature thumb up. In a flash of yellow light, the machine exploded, and Gondo became energy, which was then transferred into Dyna. With renewed strength, Dyna changed into Strong Type and threw Zelganoid all the way to the other side of the battlefield. Dyna then changed back into Flash Type and attacked Zelganoid with his Solgent Ray. However, Zelganoid was undeterred and began to walk toward the giant of light. Once again, Dyna unleashed his Solgent Ray and began to assault the beast's head. Soon, Zeglanoid exploded, and the base was safe. However, Ultraman Dyna has also then vanished with Zeglanoid after the battle.

TriviaEdit

  • Terranoid was voiced by Takeshi Tsuruno, who was also the voice actor of Ultraman Dyna and Shin Asuka's actor while his suit actor is Koji Nakamura
  • Terranoid's suit was made from a reused Dyna's Strong Type suit.
    • Although Terranoid was based on Ultraman Dyna Strong Type, his attacks were based on Dyna's Flash Type.
  • Terranoid's appearance was based on Ace Robot given that his golden gauntlets and knee pads matched the said robot's clothing.
  • When Terranoid's Color Timer lights up, the sound is the combined sound effects of the Spark Lens and the Reflasher.
  • Terranoid is the first fake Ultraman made by humans, due to the way in which he was created, he is also the first 'fake' Ultra to be a 'real' Ultra.
  • The reason Terranoid was taken over is said to be due to the fact that it did not have a heart, showing, that despite being technically a real Ultra it was at heart just a machine. This has been confirmed by Ultraman Zero in Ultraman Retsuden Episode 42, who also revoke the giant's title as a genuine Ultraman, stating that "mindless weapons cannot be considered as an Ultraman".
  • The grunts Terranoid makes when he flies has a very close resemblance to the Australian-made Ultraman Great's.
  • Terranoid's grunts are low pitch version of Ultraman Dyna, while Zeglanoid's grunts are the exact same ones used for Ultraman Dyna in Ultraman Tiga & Ultraman Dyna: Warriors of the Star of Light.
  • Terranoid appeared once in a stage show where he behaved in a mindless way due to his nature of being controlled by the personnel at the Mars base and he wasn't being controlled at this time.
  • Terranoid is the only Robot Ultraman created with good intentions, as well as one of two Artificial Ultras created with good intentions, the other being Dark Zagi.
  • Due to using parts from Evil Tiga and two other of Tiga's late companions, Terranoid is likely considered as their reincarnation.

DataEdit

Terranoid
Ultraman Terranoid

StatsEdit

  • Height: 55 m
  • Weight: 43, 000 t
  • Origin: TPC Mars Base
  • Age: Newborn
  • Time limit: Presumed 3 minutes or when running out of energy

FeaturesEdit

  • Crystal: The crystal on Terranoid's forehead is similar to Ultraman Dyna's, it is unknown if it can be used in a similar way.
  • Eyes: Being created based on Dyna, it is possible he possessed natural night vision.
  • Protectors: The yellow bands on his upper body, they are indestructible pieces of armor, the sturdiest portions of his anatomy.
  • Gauntlet: Terranoid seems to possess a pair of yellow gauntlets on his arms.
  • Knee pad: Terranoid seems to possess a pair of yellow knee pads on his legs.
  • Ultra Armor: Terranoid's skin can withstand high heat environments and low temperatures. It is does not show scratches and is resistant to fire and beams.

Powers and WeaponsEdit

  • Solgent Ray (Fake) (ソルジェント光線(フェイク) Sorujento Kōsen Feiku?): Terranoid can fire a red (blue in glitch) Solgent Ray at the same power level as that of Ultraman Dyna's original Solgent Ray. However, he holds his hands in a L shape instead of the + shape.
  • Beam Slicer (Fake) (ビームスライサー(フェイク) Bīmu Suraisā Feiku?): Terranoid can fire light bullets at the same power level as that of Ultraman Dyna. However, he uses a fist while performing the attack.

WeaknessEdit

Due to Terranoid's fighting style involves large energy consumption, the artificial Ultraman can only resist in the battlefield for a shorter time.


Zelganoid
Zelganiod

StatsEdit

  • Height: 57 m
  • Weight: 49, 000 t
  • Origin: Mars

Powers and WeaponsEdit

  • Solgent Ray (Fake) (ソルジェント光線(フェイク) Sorujento Kōsen Feiku?): Zelganoid can fire a pink Solgent Ray at the same power level as that of Ultraman Dyna's original Solgent Ray. However, he holds his hands in a L shape instead of the + shape.
  • Flash Cycler (Fake) (フラッシュサイクラー(フェイク) Furasshu Saikurā Feiku?): Zelganoid can fire a version of the Flash Cycler that holds the same power level as Dyna's though in red color.
  • Shield: Zeglanoid seems to have a circular shield on his back that can deflect lasers. This ability was demonstrated by most Sphire-created monsters.
  • Thick Hide: Zelganoid seems to have a thick hide which took two of Dyna's Solgent Rays to finish him.


MerchandiseEdit

BandaiEdit

Ultra Hero SeriesEdit

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  • Terranoid (2002)
    • Release Date: July 2002
    • ID Number: EX
    • JAN/ISBN: 4543112031754

Terranoid was released in the 2000 Ultra Hero Series as an EX figure that was made from red vinyl with dark silver and fold sprays. The figure sports 3 points of articulations and is 6.45 inches tall.


Ultra Monster SeriesEdit

  • Zelganoid (1998)
    • Release Date: 1998
    • ID Number: 122
  • Zelganoid (2012)
    • Release Date: March 2012
    • ID Number: EX
    • JAN/ISBN:

Zeglanoid was also released, but as an Ultra Monster Series figure. The figure is made from a grey vinyl with multi-color sprays in the 1998 and 2000 versions, but was changed to only having silver, gold, and red sprays in the 2012 EX version. The figure sports 3 points of articulation (both Terranoid and Zelgaanoid: arms, waist), but the 2012 version has a glue-sealed waist. Zelganoid is 6 inches tall.


YutakaEdit

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  • Terranoid (???)

A finger puppet of Terranoid was made by Yutaka. Unlike most of the Ultraman finger puppet figures, Terranoid features a light gray paint instead of silver.


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