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"RyuTeiOh!"
―Combination announcement[src]

Kyutama Gattai RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination Dragon Emperor King) is the second Giant Robo in Uchu Sentai Kyuranger.

Overview

Kyutama Gattai 02*10*11 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体02,10,11リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 02,10,11 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 2, 10, 11 Dragon Emperor King) is the default combination of RyuTeiOh. This combination features Kuma Voyager as the right arm and Sasori Voyager as the left arm.

This combination has two finishers:

  • RyuTeiOh Meteor Break (リュウテイオー・メテオブレイク Ryūteiō Meteo Bureiku): RyuteiOh shoots a concentrated energy blast through Kuma Voyager.
  • Triple Meteor Break (トリプルメテオブレイク Toripuru Meteo Bureiku): RyuteiOh delivers a powerful blast attack alongside 01*04*05*07*09 KyurenOh and Gigant Houou.

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 11-13, 42

History

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Voyagers

The Voyagers (ボイジャー Boijā) are the personal mecha of the Kyurangers. Each Voyager (except Ryu Voyager) can form either arm for the robot.

Ryu Voyager

Ryu Voyager (竜ボイジャー Ryu Boijā, lit. "Dragon Voyager") is Ryu Commander's Voyager, a Ryu System dragon that is linked to the Ryu Kyutama. By the power of the first nine Kyurangers, as well as Shou's wish to fight alongside his companions, it gave Shou the power to turn into Ryu Commander.


Forms the Ryu Helm (リュウヘルム Ryū Herumu), body, torso, and legs of RyuTeiOh in all of its combinations. Originally when Ryu Commander was Ryu Violet, Ryu Voyager's head was without the Ryu Helm.

When Ryu Voyager is fighting alone, its finisher is the Dragon Break (ドラゴンブレイク Doragon Bureiku).

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 9, 11-14, 17-18, 20-21, 23-26, 29, 33-34, 38, 40-43, 46, 48


Sasori Voyager

Sasori Voyager (サソリボイジャー Sasori Boijā, lit. "Scorpion Voyager") is Sasori Orange's Voyager, a Sasori System multi-legged tank walker. Sasori Voyager is able to burrow underground and uses its claws and stinger for melee combat. The stinger can also fire a powerful energy beam. Forms the left arm of RyuTeiOh.

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 3, 5, 7, Chou Super Hero Taisen, Kyuranger 8-9, 11-13, 19, The Geth Indaver's Counterattack, Kyuranger 25-26, 30, 33-34, High School Wars 4th Period, Episode of Stinger, Kyuranger 36, 39-42, 44-45, 48


Kuma Voyager

Kuma Voyager (クマボイジャー Kuma Boijā, lit. Bear Voyager) is Koguma Skyblue's Voyager, combined from the Koguma & Ooguma Voyagers.

If it were to become leg, it can use its wheels for a charge attack like Oushi Voyager.

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 11-13, The Geth Indaver's Counterattack, Kyuranger 23, 25-26, 33-34, Episode of Stinger, Kyuranger 37, 39-42, 44-45, 48



Koguma Voyager

Koguma Voyager (コグマボイジャー Koguma Boijā) is Koguma Skyblue's auxilary Voyager, a Koguma System one-wheeled rover. It is capable of detaching itself from the Ooguma Voyager, acting as a projectile and produces powerful cutting attacks from its wheel. Additionally, it can act on its own and store a person in its Kyutama-like compartment. Forms part of the right arm of RyuTeiOh.

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 11-13, The Geth Indaver's Counterattack, Kyuranger 23, 25-26, 33-34, Episode of Stinger, Kyuranger 37, 39-42, 44-45, 48

Ooguma Voyager

Ooguma Voyager (オオグマボイジャー Ōguma Boijā) is Koguma Skyblue's main Voyager, an Ooguma System exploration rover. Forms the majority of the right arm of RyuTeiOh.

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 11-13, The Geth Indaver's Counterattack, Kyuranger 23, 25-26, 33-34, Episode of Stinger, Kyuranger 37, 39-42, 44-45, 48

Additional Formations

Kyutama Gattai 07*09*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 07*09*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体07,09,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 07,09,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 7, 9, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Kajiki Voyager as the right arm and Chameleon Voyager as the left arm.

Its finisher is the RyuTeiOh Meteor Break. This finisher has three variations.

  • The blade of Kajiki Voyager gathers energy from the Kyutama and stabs the opponent.
  • RyuTeiOh releases a energized hook and uses Chameleon Voyager's whip to grab the hook and swing it at the enemy.
  • RyuTeiOh delivers a powerful blast attack from the Chameleon, Kajiki and Ryu Kyutamas.

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 12, 20-21, 34, 42

Kyutama Gattai RyuTei KyurenOh

Kyutama Gattai RyuTei KyurenOh (キュータマ合体リュウテイキュウレンオー Kyūtama Gattai Ryūtei Kyūren'ō, Nine Ball Combination Dragon Emperor Nine Union King) is the combination of KyurenOh and RyuTeiOh. All combinations include the Ryu Helm as the chest cannon.

Kyutama Gattai 01*02*03*05*07*09*10*11 RyuTei KyurenOh

Kyutama Gattai 01*02*03*05*07*09*10*11 Ryutei KyurenOh (キュータマ合体01,02,03,05,07,09,10,11リュウテイキュウレンオー Kyūtama Gattai 01,02,03,05,07,09,10,11 Ryūtei Kyūren'ō, Nine Ball Combination 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11 Dragon Emperor Nine Union King): This combination features Kajiki Voyager as the right cannon, Chameleon Voyager as the left cannon, Kuma Voyager as the right arm, Sasori Voyager as the left arm, Oushi Voyager as the right leg and Ookami Voyager as the left leg.

Its finisher is the All-Star Scramble Break (オールスタースクランブルブレイク Ōru Sutā Sukuranburu Bureiku) where the eight Kyutamas build up energy and fire a powerful blast through the dragon's mouth on its chest.

Apperances: Kyuranger Episodes 12-13

Kyutama Gattai 01*02*04*05*07*09*10*11 RyuTei KyurenOh

Kyutama Gattai 01*02*04*05*07*09*10*11 RyuTei KyurenOh (キュータマ合体01,02,04,05,07,09,10,11リュウテイキュウレンオー Kyūtama Gattai 01,02,04,05,07,09,10,11 Ryūtei Kyūren'ō, Nine Ball Combination 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11 Dragon Emperor Nine Union King): This combination features Kajiki Voyager as the right cannon, Chameleon Voyager as the left cannon, Kuma Voyager as the right arm, Sasori Voyager as the left arm, Oushi Voyager as the right leg and Tenbin Voyager as the left leg.

Its finisher is the All-Star Scramble Break where the eight Kyutamas build up energy and fire a powerful blast through the dragon's mouth on its chest.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episodes 42

Kyutama Gattai 04*06*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 04*06*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体04,06,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 04,06,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 4, 6, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Hebitsukai Voyager as the right arm and Tenbin Voyager as the left arm.

Its finisher is the RyuTeiOh Meteor Break, where the Hebitsukai Voyager gathers energy from the Kyutama and delivers a powerful energy blast.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episodes 14.

Kyutama Gattai 03*04*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 03*04*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体03,04,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 03,04,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 3, 4, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Tenbin Voyager as the right arm and Ookami Voyager as the left arm.

Its finisher is the RyuTeiOh Meteor Break, where RyuTeiOh delivers a powerful blast attack from the Ookami, Tenbin and Ryu Kyutamas.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episode 17

Kyutama Gattai 03*07*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 03*07*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体03,07,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 03,07,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 3, 7, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Ookami Voyager as the right arm and Chameleon Voyager as the left arm.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episode 18

Kyutama Gattai 06*10*11 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 06*10*11 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体06,10,11リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 06,10,11 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 6, 10, 11 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Kuma Voyager as the right arm and Hebitsukai Voyager as the left arm.

Its finisher is the RyuTeiOh Meteor Break, where it shoots a concentrated energy blast through Kuma Voyager.

Appearances: Kyuranger Episodes 23, 41

Kyutama Gattai 03*05*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 03*05*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体03,05,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 03,05,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 3, 5, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Oushi Voyager as the right arm and Ookami Voyager as the left arm.

Its finisher is the Triple Meteor Break RyuteiOh delivers a powerful blast attack alongside 01*02*07*09*11 KyurenOh, Gigant Houou, Tenbin Voyager and Washi Voyager.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episodes 26.

Kyutama Gattai 08*09*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 08*09*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体08,09,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 08,09,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 8, 9, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Kajiki Voyager as the right arm and Washi Voyager as the left arm.

Its finisher is the RyuTeiOh Meteor Break, where RyuTeiOh delivers a powerful energy blast from the Washi and Kajiki Voyagers.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episodes 29.

Kyutama Gattai 03*06*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 03*06*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体03,06,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 03,06,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 3, 6, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Hebitsukai Voyager as the right arm and Ookami Voyager as the left arm.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episode 38

Kyutama Gattai 07*08*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 07*08*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体07,08,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 07,08,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 7, 8, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Washi Voyager as the right arm and Chameleon Voyager as the left arm.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episode 38

Kyutama Gattai 03*06*07*08*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 03*06*07*08*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体03,06,07,08,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 03,06,07,08,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 3, 6, 7, 8, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features the rockets of Houou Voyager as the arms with the Washi and Hebitsukai Kyutamas on the right arm and the Chameleon and Ookami Kyutamas on the left arm.

Its finisher is the RyuTeiOh Meteor Kick (リュウテイオー・メテオキック Ryūteiō Meteo Kikku) where RyuTeiOh takes to the skies and unleashes a devastating kick attack to the enemy.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger Episode 38

Kyutama Gattai 03*08*10 RyuTeiOh

Kyutama Gattai 03*08*10 RyuTeiOh (キュータマ合体03,08,10リュウテイオー Kyūtama Gattai 03,08,10 Ryūteiō, Nine Ball Combination 3, 8, 10 Dragon Emperor King): This combination features Washi Voyager as the right arm and Ookami Voyager as the left arm.

Its finisher is the RyuTeiOh Meteor Break, where RyuTeiOh delivers a powerful blast attack from the Ryu Kyutama.

This combination is exclusive to Kyuranger episode 46.

Notes

  • Due to the fact that RyuTeiOh only has interchangeable arms, the number of possible combinations is 72.
    • Replacing the arms with Houou Voyager's rockets brings an additional number of 7,920 combinations (since this arrangement only requires the Kyutama cockpits to be interchanged), bringing the total to 7,992.
    • RyuTei KyurenOh, on the other hand, has a staggering 60,480 possible arrangements.
    • The overall design of RyuTei KyurenOh bears striking resemblance to Buster Ohranger Robo from Choriki Sentai Ohranger, albeit with the Golden Helmet latched onto KyurenOh's chest where the Shishi Voyager was located instead of on the head as a helmet.
  • RyuTeiOh is similar to Gouryuuzin from the 16th Super Sentai team Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger for some reasons.
    • Both have their main body made by the Mecha of their respected Sentai's Dragon-themed Rangers.
      • RyuTeiOh's body is made from Ryu Voyager which is piloted by Ryu Commander.
      • Gouryuuzin's body is made from Dragon Caesar which is piloted by Dragon Ranger.
    • Both require a Mecha driven by a Core Ranger to make its base mode.
      • RyuTeiOh requires Sasori Voyager to become its Left Arm.
      • Gouryuuzin requires ZyuMammoth to become its Arms, Triceratops to become its Left Leg, and SaberTiger to become its Right Leg.
  • Design wise Ryu Voyager is similar to Zyudenryu Gabutyra from the 37th Super Sentai Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger as both could theoretically make their Robo without any Mecha to form arms but this would hinder them in battle.
  • RyuTeiOh is the first Giant Robo to use the Mecha of an Extra Ranger as one of its components to make its base form, in this case Kuma Voyager.
  • The Ryu Voyager utilizing the Kyurangers' Kyutama to muster the wish of Shou is a possible reference to Dragon Ball's Shenron and the Dragon Balls.

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