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Gagara
Gagara breathing
Gender Male
Species Beastman
Alignment Evil
Introduced in Ingame:
Kishin Douji Zenki 2 - Den Ei Rei Bu (as the second Anime Sequence Battle boss)



Gagara is a minor antagonist from the Kishin Douji Zenki series.

He is a green Hyouijuu with a third eye located in his chest. He has pincerlike hands and uses them to swipe at foes. Gagara sometimes also spits his wormlike children from his mouth, who are then launced at his foes and try to eat them alive.

Gagara first appears after Zenki and Chiaki defeat Goura for the first time. The wounded Goura summons Gagara in an attempt to distract Zenki and Chiaki long enough to make his escape. Therefore Gagara actually acts more as an decoy than an actual, full-fledged character.

After being defeated by Zenki, Gagara appearantly turns into a Hyouinomi and is eaten by Zenki. This is never shown ingame, but it can be assumed to be the reason why Gagara is only a one shot character that never appears again.

Gagara is one of two antagonists exclusive to the SNES game Kishin Douji Zenki 2 - Den Ei Rei Bu, the other being the beastwoman Hiruda.


Fighting Gagara

Anime sequence battle vs gagara den ei rei bu 3

Zenki uses his Cho Kain ojin against Gagara

Anime sequence battle vs gagara den ei rei bu 6

If Zenki's Cho Kain ojin connects, Gagara will go down instantly.

Worm Child Den Ei Rei Bu

A worm child

Gagara is directly fought after Goura. This means that Zenki will have the same health as he had when he beat Goura.

To make the fight against Gagara fair, the developers decided to give him only one bar of health. That means Gagara in the main game will only have a full red bar.

It also means that Gagara can be taken out in a single attack. If Zenki uses his medium power attack (Kain ojin/"Breath of the Flame King") or high power attack (Cho Kain ojin/"Great Breath of the Flame King"), Gagara will very likely be defeated instantly if it connects.

Gagara also tends to react very slowly, giving Zenki a large window of time before Gagara makes is first move. He is also hardly aggresive.

Gagara's basic attacks have him swiping his claws at Zenki, while his special moves cause him to throw up what are presumably his children. The latter causes Gagara to spit out smaller, wormlike creatures with similar faces to his which then fly at Zenki in an attempt to latch onto him and eat him alive.

A higher power level will cause Gagara to take more swipes at Zenki or shoot more "worm children" at him. Those will obviously cause more damage if the attack connects.

Just as any other special attack, Zenki can reflect the worms back at Gagara, if his timing is good enough, causing them to eat their "father" instead.

Battle Advice

Keep in mind that even if Gagara (or any other foe for that matter) attacks Zenki, Zenki can still block, avoid or reflect their attacks.

If the player presses an action button while the opponent is making a move, they will perform their own move after the opponent's move.

Advantage hud den ei rei bu

Just be careful as this only applies if Zenki blocks, avoids or reflects the attack. Taking a direct hit or avoiding into an opponent's attack will give the opponent an edge (shown by the green tear beside their power bar) and might allow them to land another free hit on Zenki.

Luckily this doesn't just apply to Zenki, he can do the same to his opponents.

Trivia

What happens, if the player loses to Gagara?

Gagara victory quote DERB

Gagara laughing after
defeating his doppelganger
in a multiplayer Anime
Sequecne Battle.

Losing to Gagara in the story mode related Anime Sequecne Battle is almost impossible, as Gagara mainly uses his regular attacks and is very easy to block or avoid. That is unless the player is losing on purpose and out of curiousity to see what happens, if they lose to him.

If the player is defeated by Gagara in the game's story mode, or if Gagara wins an Anime Sequence Battle in multiplayer mode, he will start laughing. When this happens, the dialogue box shows the following text: "Guhi guhi guhi!" and Gagara will have a slight smirk on his face.

Unlike the later battle against Karuma's second form, which results in the player having to rematch Hyouinomi, this isn't the case for the battle against Gagara.

If the player loses to him, Goura stays defeated and they will only start over from the intro of Gagara's battle.

Gagara's introduction

Anime Sequence Battle

Idle and blocking

Intro and strong basic attack

Returning a Special Attack

Hurt, takedown recovery and K.O.

Hud

Alternate Palette

Normal Attack

Special

Health Recovery

Special Attack

Zenki VS Gagara

After defeating Gagara

More images will be added soon.

Names/Speakers in this section

  • Gagara
    • Furigana spelling: ががら
    • Kanji spelling: 餓牙羅


Anime Sequence Battles

Battle Intro/Outro lines

The translation of this entry hasn't started, yet. Please be patient.


In Battle lines

In Battle lines are the lines, said by Gagara, when he performs actions in the game's Anime Sequence Battles.

The next section is about the power levels, which determine, which move will be used by Gagara or which In Battle lines are triggered, when he attacks, gets hit or returns a foe's move.

Afterwards, the individual In Battle lines themselves will follow.

Power levels

The power levels mentioned below are the required sections of Gagara's power bar, where an action button needs to be pressed to use the corresponding move.

Gagara power bar stages den ei rei bu

Weak moves are triggered, when an action button is pressed, while the power bar is completely dark red or in the red section.

Medium moves are triggered, when an action button is pressed, while the power bar is in the orange/yellow section.

Strong moves are triggered, when an action button is pressed, while the power bar is in the white section.

Advantage moves are triggered, when an action button is pressed, while the power bar is in the white section and Gagara was the last one to land a blow on his opponent, that wasn't blocked or avoided. Gagara's ability to use an advantage move will be indicated by the green tear beside his power bar.

Advantage hud den ei rei bu

Normal attack
Power levels:
weak / medium

Action:
Gagara uses his pincers to slash at his foe.
Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara やつざきにしてやる! 八つ裂きにしてやる! I will tear you apart! Ich werde dich in Stücke reißen!
Gagara Den Ei Rei Bu
Power level:
strong

Action:
Gagara glows blue, then he uses his pincers to slash at his foe.


Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara やつざきにしてやる!! 八つ裂きにしてやる!! I will tear you apart!!! Ich werde dich in Stücke reißen!!!
Gagara normal attack strong DERB
Power level:
advantage Advantage hud den ei rei bu

Action:
Gagara glows red, then he uses his pincers to slash at his foe.

Hitting a foe with the normal attack, while having the advantage,
gives it a takedown effect, which is absent in the normal attack's
weaker versions.


Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara やつざきにしてやる!! 八つ裂きにしてやる!! I will tear you apart!!! Ich werde dich in Stücke reißen!!!
Gagara normal attack advantage DERB
Recovery
Power level:
weak

Action:
Gagara slightly recovers his health.
A blue, flame-like aura is seen behind him.
Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara はら ヘったぜぇ!
ぐへへへへっ!
はら ヘったぜぇ!
ぐへへへへっ!
A little more to go!
Guhehehehehehe!
Ein Bisschen get noch!
Guhehehehehehe!
Gagara recover multiplayer
Power level:
medium

Action:
Gagara recovers a some of his health.
A red, flame-like aura is seen behind him.
Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara はやく てめえをくいてぇ
ぐへへへへっ!
はやく てめえを喰いてぇ
ぐへへへへっ!
It's too early my friend. That stomach wants to go on eating.
Guhehehehehehe!
Es ist noch zu früh, mein Freund. Dieser Magen will weiterschlemmen.
Guhehehehehehe!
Gagara recover medium DERB
Power level:
strong

Action:
Gagara recovers a medium amount of health.
The whole background glows red for a moment.
Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara おれにくわれて らくになんな
ぐへへへへっ!
俺に喰われて らくになんな
ぐへへへへっ!
To be eaten by me should make you feel special.
Guhehehehehehe!
Du solltest dich geehrt fühlen, von mir verspeißt zu werden.
Guhehehehehehe!
Gagara is very hungry DERB
Power level:
advantage Advantage hud den ei rei bu

Action:
Gagara recovers a great amount of health.
He turns his insides out to scare his foe.
Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara ほねまで しゃぶってやるぜぇ!
ぐへへへへっ!
ほねまで しゃぶってやるぜぇ!
ぐへへへへっ!
I will eat you up to the bone!
Guhehehehehehe!
Ich werde dich bis auf die Knochen abnagen!
Guhehehehehehe!
The sprite for this action will be added soon...
Hurt (normal)
Power levels:
weak / medium

Action:
Gagara, when he gets hit by a foe's normal attack.
Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara ぐえええっ! ぐえええっ! Gueeeeee! Gueeeeee!
Gagara hurt DERB
Power levels:
strong / advantage Advantage hud den ei rei bu

Action:
Gagara, when he gets hit by a foe's normal attack.

Being hit when the foe has the advantage, gives the foe's attack
the same takedown effect as seen in Gagara's normal advantage attack.
Language / Speaker Japanese
(Furigana only)
Japanese
(Kanji mixed with Furigana)
English German Sprite / Animation
Gagara ぎゃああああーっ!! ぎゃああああーっ!! Gyaaaaaaaa!!! Gyaaaaaaaa!!!
Gagara hurt DERB


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Trivia

Normal attack

Whenever Gagara uses his normal attack (aka slashes at his foe with his pincers), he says "I will rip you eightfold" in Japanese. As this would not make any sense to non-Asian speakers, it became "I will tear you apart" and "I will tear you to peaces" in the English and German translations.

Special attack

Gagara and Karuma are the only Anime Sequence Battle characters, that make use of the built in mode-7 events. When they perform their advantage special attacks, both Gagara's worm child and Karuma's Jakob Ryuusenko / fire dragon are seen flying towards the screen via a pseudo-3D effect. That is mode-7, the ancestor of actual ingame 3D-engines.

The only other instance this is seen ingame is, when the Diamond Dragon moves around in the intro cutscene.

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