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|Ferocious Knight D|
|Name:||Ferocious Knight D|
|Sentai Show:||Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger|
|First Appearance:||Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger: Gaburincho of Music|
|Last Full Appearance:||Brave 39: Full Array! The Ten Great Kyoryu Powers|
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Full list of appearances
Ferocious Knight D (獰猛の戦騎D Dōmō no Senki Dī?), also known as Deathryuger (デスリュウジャー Desuryūjā?), who appeared in the Kyoryuger summer movie, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger: Gaburincho of Music. He was the partner of Zyudenryu Tobaspino, only because he forced Tobaspino to forge a partnership with him.
One of Deboth's first knights created, D wreaked havoc on ancient Earth. He fought against Torin and the Zyudenryu in the past. Attempted to control Tobaspino and wipe out the rest of the dinosaurs, Meeko's ancestor rose up and quelled Tobaspino's rampage and bloodlust. Tobaspino defeated him as both fell into a deep slumber. Reawakening in the present and given fake Kyoryuger powers with the Deathryuger Zyudenchi, D now seeks revenge and plots to wipe out all life on Earth. He appears and kidnaps Mikoto Amano. Deathryuger's goal is to use Meeko's voice and the secret legendary battery, 00, to take control of the mysterious Tobaspino. He is eventually defeated by Kyoryu Red Double Armed On.
He later reappears in Brave 39.
- MoBuckle: Zyudenchi storing belt and communicator.
- D - Deathryuger: Main battery-like device used to create Deathryuger. By shouting, "Deboth In!" (デーボスイン! Dēbosu In!), and pressing down on the Zyudenchi button, D transforms into Deathryuger.
- 00 - Tobaspino: Battery-like device that D uses to steal Meeko's voice and summon Tobaspino.
- Flute Buster: Main Weapon. Doubles as instrument to control and/or summon Tobaspino. Inserting the D Zyudenchi into the Flute Buster allows Deathryuger to perform the Deboth Finish (デーボスフィニッシュ, Dēbosu Finisshu).
- D-Racer: Personal motorcycle.
- Zyudenryu #00: Tobaspino
The Deathryuger Ranger Key (デスリュウジャーレンジャーキー Desuryūjā Renjā Kī?) is a Kyoryuger Ranger Key released as part of a set Deboss Ranger Keys in a Bandai Premium set. It is unknown if it will appear in a future crossover. Of course as with all Ranger Keys, should it exist, it would be able to transform one, i.e. one of the Gokaigers, into Deathryuger.
Behind the scenes
- He is the second Navy Ranger and the first Spinosaurus-themed Ranger.
- He is the only Kyoryuger to not have "Kyoryu" in his Ranger title.
- Deathryuger can use his boomerang as a flute, similar to how Burai and Rouki used their weapons as a flute.
- Deathryuger is the second unique individual evil Ranger not to become good, immediately following Enter (Dark Buster) in the final episodes of Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters.
- Deathryuger shares several similarities to various Riders from Kamen Rider Wizard:
- Deathryuger's true nature mirrors that with Orma (Kamen Rider Sorcerer), the villain of Kamen Rider Wizard in Magic Land, the movie which Gaburincho of Music is double-billed with, as he is actually a Debo Monster who transforms into a Kyoryuger just as Orma is actually the Phantom Drake, who can transform into a Kamen Rider.
- Deathryuger's Flute Buster is similar to the Hamel Cane of the White Wizard. Both weapons are magic flutes used as personal weapons.
- D is shown in a flashback fighting Daigo in Brave 29, which referenced the events of the movie.
- D is the only blue Kyoryuger who's Zyudenryu doesn't form an arm, as Tobaspino becomes the main torso of it's combination.
- Because of this, a combination of the three blue Kyoryugers mecha is possible, but whether or not it will be used is unlikely.
- D is the only evil ranger to have a Ranger Key.
- D's name may be a reference to Dog, Dragon, or Dinosaur, as shown on his Deboth head crest. The crest resembles more of a ferocious hound in the case of the dog, as the latter two infer to the show's theme of dinosaurs.
- Following the face theme of the Deboss Army, D represents feral facial expressions.
- Height: 198 cm (49.5 m: giant)
- Weight: 172 kg kg (425.0 t: giant)