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This article is about a/an Mecha in Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger.
 
PRDT Dimetrozord
Bakuryuu Dimenokodon
Number: none assigned
Pilot: AbareBlack, AbareMax
Sentai: Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger
First Appearance: Ep. 12: The Abare Saw Cuts Through Kyoto!
Last Appearance: Final Ep.: Only the Abare'd Number
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Length: 38.2 m
Width: 11.2 m
Height: 17.4 m
Weight: 1000 tons
Speed:

"Come out, Bakuryuu Dimenokodon!"

Bakuryuu Dimenokodon (爆竜ディメノコドン, Bakuryū Dimenokodon): A laidback Dimetrodon nicknamed "Dimenoko" (デメ), found in Kyoto's Kansai district. He can combine with AbarenOh to form AbarenOh Nokodon, with a buzzsaw arm. He can also similarly attach to BakurenOh or KillerOh, and he becomes the interior of MaxRyuuOh's right leg. He tends to be dopey now and then. He loves the music of Asuka's Dino Harmonica. In fact Dimenoko was the one who suggested that the Abarangers use the Dino Harp to free Asuka from the control of the Cursed Armor similar to how Asuka used it to free him from Jannu's control. In the finale, Dimenoko said to Ryunnosuke Sugishita to take care and to always be healthy. He ends his sentences with the word "Deme".

Combinations

AbarenOh Nokodon

 
Dino Thunder Chainsaw
AbarenOh Nokodon
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Length: 26 m
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Height: 46 m
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"Bakuryuu Combine! AbarenOh Nokodon!"

Dime can combine with AbarenOh to form AbarenOh Nokodon, by replacing the Tyranno Drill with a buzzsaw arm for the Bakuryuu Hissatsu Cross Thunder finisher.

KillerOh Nagurusu Nokodon

 
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AbarenOh Nagurusu Nokodon
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Height: 49 m
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"Bakuryuu Combine! Killeroh Nagurus Nokodon!"

KillerOh combines with Bachycelo and Dimenoko. First used in Episode 23 after AbareKiller captures and hypnotizes Bachycelo and Dimonoko. Attacks with both Killer Baki Baki Punch and Killer Cross Thunder attacks together.

Other Combinations

Notes

  • Noko comes from nokogiri, a Japanese word for saw.

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