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"Appear! Beast Knight God, King Brachion!"
Beast Knight God King Brachion (獣騎神キングブラキオン Jūkishin Kingu Burakion) is the only Guardian Beast without a master. Like Dragon Ceasar, King Brachion was originally part of Ultimate Daizyujin but was separated into three separate aspects during their battle with Dai Satan 170 million years ago. When King Brachion is called upon, he comes from a fog shrouded marsh deep in the forest. He first appeared in episode 29 to test Geki and Burai if they were worthy of the Thunder Slingers under his guard. After that, he came to the Zyurangers' aid whenever Ultimate Daizyujin was needed.
When his two Tail Cannons are slid forward, King Brachion becomes Super Beast Tank King Tanker (超獣戦車キングタンカー Chō Jūsensha Kingu Tankā), enabling him to provide support fire to the Zyurangers or serve as a chariot/mount for Daizyujin. King Brachion can also shoot fireballs from his mouth. Later in the series, King Brachion is given the task of incubating the last two Dinosaur Eggs until they hatch, which made him a target by Witch Bandora in the finale. When combining with Zyutei Daizyujin, his chest plate becomes a breastplate and his forelegs become gauntlets for Ultimate Daizyujin while Dragon Caesar's chest and tail attach and become his respectively.
Appearances: Zyuranger episodes 29, 31, 34, 35, 37, 42, 43, 45, 48 & 50.
Kyukyoku Gattai Ultimate Daizyuzin
See also: Ultrazord
"Ultimate Fusion! Ultimate Daizyuzin!"
When Zyutei Daizyuzin and King Tanker combined with the command Ultimate Fusion, the colossal Ultimate Daizyuzin (究極大獣神 Kyūkyoku Daijūjin, Ultimate Great Beast God) is formed. First introduced in episode 31. Although it was the last to be introduced, it's the original form of Daizyuzin, and the mightiest of all Guardian Beast combinations. Ultimate Daizyuzin's finishing move is Grand Banisher, a massive barrage of firepower strong enough to defeat Dai-Satan in the finale.
Appearances: Zyuranger episodes 31, 34, 37, 42, 43, 48 & 50.
- In the series, neither King Tanker nor the Tail Cannons are referred to by name.
- Ultimate Daizyujin is the second seven-piece combination.
- King Brachion has the same roar as House Jigen in Choujin Sentai Jetman.
- This is the only Brachiosaurus-themed mecha who does not have a corresponding Ranger.