|This article is about a/an group of foot soldiers in Kamen Rider Wizard.|
|Series:||Kamen Rider Wizard|
|First Appearance:||The Ringed Magician|
|Last Appearance:||The Kamen Rider Rings|
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Full list of appearances
The Ghouls (グール Gūru) are horned, stone imp-like Phantoms that are only strong in high numbers. They serve as the grunts of the more powerful Phantoms. Ghouls are created from magical stones that resemble pieces of themselves, and while not as strong as Phantoms produced from Gates, they can withstand gunfire.
They can convert their arms into a gun-like weapon that can shoot hellfire, or wield various polearms.
After murdering Wiseman and taking the Philosopher's Stone for himself, the evolved Gremlin unleashed the Ghouls for the last time as he wreaked havoc while gathering mana, attacking humans indiscriminately. Though the police forces arrived on the scene to halt the Ghouls' assault on the civilian populace, their firearms proved ineffective. With Haruto Soma left emotionally broken following the death of Koyomi, the Ghouls were opposed by Kosuke Nitoh, despite the destruction of his Beast Driver, along with Rinko Daimon as Shunpei helped evacuate the civilians. Ultimately, the three were outmatched and surrounded, but were saved by Mayu Inamori, Yuzuru Iijima and Masahiro Yamamoto who, retaining the arsenals Fueki granted them, transformed into the Kamen Rider Mage trio, proceeding to destroy the last of the Ghouls.
Appearances in other media
Life is SHOW TIME
The Ghouls appear in the music video of Kamen Rider Wizard's theme song, Life is SHOW TIME, where they are fought by Japanese professional wrestler Hiroshi Tanahashi, professional boxer Daiki Kameda, and judoka Keiji Suzuki, as well as Kamen Rider Wizard and performer Shō Kiryūin.
Kamen Rider: Battride War
Ghouls appear as Common Enemies in all installments in the Battride War video game series.
- Height: 190 cm
- Weight: 110 kg
Behind the scenes
- The Ghouls have an appearance that is slightly similar to Kyrieloid from Ultraman Tiga.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "戦隊ものいろいろ出演". オフィスT→PRO声優営業の道. 2013-05-25. http://ameblo.jp/t-pro-studio/entry-11537578960.html. Retrieved 2013-09-08.