This article is about a/an Mirror Monster in Kamen Rider Ryuki.

The Gigazelle (ギガゼール Gigazēru, 41-44) race are a group of Kamen Rider Imperer's Contract Monsters. The Gigazelles were originally rogue Mirror Monsters until they became Kamen Rider Imperer's Contracts. They were able to summon other antelope Mirror Monsters via electric signals and could be equipped with a staff with twin drills.


Kamen Rider Ryuki

Wild Gigazelles

The soldier Zelles. A gold Gigazelle appeared in episode 3 to attack a girl and was destroyed by Ryuki's Drag Claw Fire. A green and yellow Gigazelle appeared and was destroyed by Ryuki's Dragon Rider Kick in the next episode. A third quickly appeared and was destroyed by Zolda's Giga Launcher without any trouble. By episode 39, as a prelude to Impaler's arrival, a dozen Gigazelles were on the attack until they were all wiped out by Ryuki Survive's Dragon Firestorm. A Gigazelle appeared in Shinji's dream during the Hyper Video special. It was destroyed by Ouja's Veno Crash.

Kamen Rider Decade

In the World of Ryuki, Gigazelle assists Imperer as Contract Monster in the Kamen Rider Trial. It is often supported by the other Zelles. Battle Trial: Ryuki World

Kamen Rider Wizard

A Gigazelle's destruction at the hands of Ryuki was shown in a recollection by Amadum as he explained the nature of his world as a paradise for monsters destroyed by the Kamen Riders. The Kamen Rider Rings

Video Game appearances

Kamen Rider Ryuki video game

Gigazelle is one of four Contract Monsters who appear as a playable character in the Kamen Rider Ryuki video game.

All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation

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Gigazelles appear as regular enemies in the video game All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation.


  • Spin Vent: Conjures the Gazelle Stab weapon that resembles Gigazelle's horns.
  • Drive Divider (Final Vent): Gigazelle and many other Zelle monsters stampede the target before Imperer knee strikes their head.


  • In truth, only a purple Gigazelle suit exists, the apparent presence of other colored varieties being the result of off-camera colored spotlights shining on the suit. This can be clearly seen when the "gold" Gigazelle (episode 3) holds its weapon up and its gold face suddenly becomes purple, as the weapon is blocking the yellow light.


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