Devil Satan 6
Devil Satan 6 is a fictional character from the Machine Robo series introduced in 1986. He is an evil Gandora Devil Commander formed by the combination of the six members of his team.
Devil Satan 6 is lead by Number One, Gillhead, who speaks Kansai dialect, carries nunchaku and forms the head the head.
Number Two, Barabat, carries a tonfa weapon and forms the left arm.
Number Three, Death Claw, carries a sasumata and forms the right arm.
Number Four Groguillon, carries a wolf teeth rake weapon and forms the torso.
Number Five, Eyegos, carries a kusarigama weapon forms the right leg. He likes to tease women.
Number Six, Blugoda, carries a sword weapon and forms the left leg. He is obsessed with swords.
All six members can fly and turn into different Gandora attack vehicles.
The Japanese name of the combiner team, Devil Saturn 6, is a direct reference to the God Mars combiner from Six God Combination God Mars.
Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos
Devil Satan 6 was one of the main villains in the animated series Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos. He first appeared in episode 1, "Rising Storm! The Fighting Style of Justice!", where he was defeated by Vikung-Fu.
In episode 3 "Steal the Metal Laster!", Devil Satan 6 attacked the villages of Achibuski and Vira looking for the Metal Laster for Gades, which was rumored to cure rust and aging. Rom battled the 6, but they got away with a jug which they thought contained the Metal Laster. Luckily the jug contained acid from the swamp. Gades threw the acid at the Devil Satan 6 as punishment.
Gillhead shot Harrier Robo in an attack on Yamalin City episode 29, "Escape From the Underground - Pro Truck Racer Appears!".
Machine Robo: Battle Hackers
- Bandai Machine Robo MRG Devil Saturn 6 (1986)
- A 6-pack of robots who combine into Devil Satan 6. The package for Devil Satan 6 features a picture of Devil Satan 6 fighting Porsche Robo and Eagle Robo.
- This mold was recolored into GoBots Monsterous by Tonka.
- "Rising Storm! The Fighting Style of Justice!". Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos. July 3, 1986. No. 1, season 1.
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