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This article is about a/an Gurongi in Kamen Rider Kuuga.
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Go-Jaraji-Da (Human Form)
Episodes: Wandering - Emotion
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Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010
Season: Kamen Rider Kuuga
Height: n/a cm
Weight: n/a kg
Actor: Masayoshi Okawa
Go-Jaraji-Da/Porcupine Gurongi
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Go-Jaraji-Da (ゴ・ジャラジ・ダ Go Jaraji Da), otherwise known as Unidentified Life Form #42 (未確認生命体第42号 Mikakunin Seimeitai Dai Yonjūnigō) to the police, is a rather nasty existance of a Gurongi tribesman. Armed with needles, Jaraji assumed the form of a youth in black who enjoys human suffering and snaps his fingers when able to move at fast speeds. He supported Gamego in his game before his death.
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Go-Jaraji-Da's Tattoo

When his turn came, Jaraji started to target 90 people by shooting his quills into them, having them die of encephalitis in four days. While going after Kazuya Ikuta, killing the police, Jaraji is interrupted by Kuuga, taking offense to it and leaving Kuuga wounded with a warning to stay out of his game.

However, because some of his victims committed suicide, Jaraji is forced to find replacements before the 12th day ends. But when he was about to kill Kazuya to finish the game, Kuuga attacks Jaraji in a berserk rage as Mighty Form to the point where Jaraji was bleeding from the punches to the face, then rammed the BeatGouram into Jaraji, and didn't stop until Kuuga drove to a isolated beach while assuming Titan Form. As Kuuga shrugged off Jaraji's desperate attack, he assumed Rising Titan Form, the images of the victims and their grieving families playing in his mind and mauls Jaraji with the Rising Titan Sword, then brutally finishes Jaraji with a rage-fueled Rising Titan Calamity when the severely wounded Gurongi fell down into the water from the relentless assault.

Kamen Rider Decade

Go-Jaraji-Da appears as a member of Dai-Shocker in the World of Amazon. He is destroyed by Amazon's Jaguar Shock. Amazon, Friend

Movie War 2010

Go-Jaraji-Da was revived as part of the Dai-Shocker remnant, Super Shocker. Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story

Notes

  • His name is based on a Japanese word yamaarashi (山荒), which means porcupine.

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