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This article is about a/an monster in Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger.
"I was gonna be the next boss...!"
―Final words before Death[src]

Garatt Nargo (ガラット・ナーゴ Garatto Nāgo) was a cat-themed Gangler Monster of the Interdimensional Crime Group Gangler who was equipped with the "Turn me on/Allume-moi" treasure from the Lupin Collection.

Character History

Utilizing the power of the Allume-moi, he robbed a jewelry shop alongside an army of Porderman and burn the shop down.

Personality

A sadist who enjoyed seeing his victims suffer, he would almost killed Umika Hayami and Tooma Yoimachi if it weren't for the intervention of Kairi Yano and both of their smart thinking. His sadistic personality is also shown as he had no qualms in burning down a jewelry shop after pillaging from it.

Powers and Abilities

Garatt Nargo's human form

Garatt Nargo's human form

  • Human Disguise: Like every Gangler Monster, Garatt Nargo has the special ability to disguise himself as a human to hunt for treasures.
  • Cat's Rear Hands (ネコノオクノテ Nekonookunote): He has the natural ability to sprout a pair of extra arms from his shoulders.
  • Pyrokinesis: Due to the "Turn me on/Allume-moi" treasure equipped within his safe, he is able to manipulate fire.
  • Garatt Missile (ガラットミサイル Garatto Misairu): Garatt can fire missiles from his abdomen.

Profile

  • Height: 184 cm (Giant:46.0 m)
  • Weight: 202 kg (Giant:505.0 tons)
  • Criminal Record: Jewel robbery & Arson
  • Lupin Collection: Allume-moi lighter.
  • Gangler Safe Location: Chest
  • Password Number: 2-1-5

Behind the Scenes

Portrayal

  • Garatt Nargo is voiced by Wataru Takagi (高木渉 Takagi Wataru) while his human form is played by Masato Niiiwa (新岩 正人 Niiiwa Masato) (despite Masato not being credited for this role). His suit actor is Masato Tsutamune (蔦宗 正人 Tsutamune Masato).

Etymology

"Garatt" may possibly be a corruption of the word "carat", alluding to his action of robbing a jewelry shop. It can also come from "gatto", which is Italian for "cat".

Notes

  • Animal Theme: Cat
  • Possible Prehistoric Basis: Smilodon 
    • His design also incorporates fish bones.

References

TV Asahi's Page on Garatt Nargo