Earth Condemnation Group Yuumajuu
The Earth Condemnation Group Yuumajuu (地球犠獄集団 幽魔獣 Chikyū Gigoku Shūdan Yūmajū?, [Note 1]) are the second set of fictional antagonists of the thirty-fourth Super Sentai Series Tensou Sentai Goseiger, that are the second group to battle the Goseigers for their destruction of the Earth. Like their predecessors, the Universal Annihilation Army Warstar, each of their names is a modification of a film title. For the Yuumajuu, these films are monster movies and each member of Yuumajuu is modeled after a specific cryptid or other horror film creatures with an arthropod element. In addition, the kanji in the name of a Yuumajuu is indicative of its abilities. The name "Yuumajuu" comes from the Japanese title of the film Rise of the Gargoyles (U.M.A（ユーマ） 2010 Yūma Nisenjū?), which in turn uses a Japanese term for cryptid: "U.M.A. (Unidentified Mysterious Animal)".
Ten-thousand years ago, Yuumajuu battled the Gosei Angels until their two leaders were sealed by Brajira in the Erurei Box (エルレイの匣 Erurei no Hako?, [Note 2]), a source of the Yuumajuu's power. In 2010, Dereputa's meteor shower inadvertently exposed the Erurei Box as Brajira secretly breaks the seal on it in his Buredoran guise, freeing the Yuumajuu once more as they intend to pollute the Earth and make it into an ideal paradise for themselves. At the same time, Gosei Knight is reawakened in response to stop them.
Makuin of the Blob (ブロブの膜（マク）イン Burobu no Makuin?, 17-32) is the leader of the Yuumajuu, wishing to reform the world in his image for his kind to flourish in and taking delight in human suffering. He can use his Dorodorod (泥ドロッド Dorodoroddo?) cane to perform spells and manipulate his body. He can convert himself into the Yuuma Buster (幽魔バスター Yūma Basutā?) for Kinggon to use in their Yuuma Dynamic (幽魔ダイナミック Yūma Dainamikku?) attack and says "Shimmering Yuumatick Power!" (ゆらめきの幽魔チックパワー！ Yurameki no Yūmachikku Pawā!?). While starting phase one of their final plan, Makuin is apparently destroyed by Ground Gosei Great. However, Makuin intends for his apparent demise to absorb the full brunt of Super Gosei Power before his remains are transferred into the Erurei Box to regenerate and create the Yuuma Hole (幽魔ホール Yūma Hōru?) to destroy the Earth. After the box is enlarged and placed on top of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Makuin begins the final phase of their plan: absorbing the entire Earth. But the Goseigers travel inside and after overcoming his illusions they reach his core in the Yuuma Hole, destroying him forever. His spirit later appears to Brajira along Kinggon, futiley trying to attack him before being cast away. He is named after The Blob (マックイーンの絶対の危機 Makkuīn no Zettai no Kiki?) and his name includes the kanji for "membrane" (膜 maku?). He is modeled after an earthworm.
Kinggon of the Bigfoot (ビッグフットの筋（キン）グゴン Biggufutto no Kingugon?, 17-32) is the military leader of the Yuumajuu and one of their strongest warriors, armed with the Kingbō (金グ棒 Kingubō?) kanabō. He tends to say certain words three times in a sentence. Though he and Makuin are a powerful pair, Kinggon unintentionally falls into the spell of his friend Jogon by Buredoran, nearly getting himself killed by the Goseigers when he attempts to prove his superior strength to what he believed was Makuin. However, Kinggon realized he was deceived and managed to find the hive holding the Bibi Bugs before returning to get rid of Buredoran. Kinggon aids Makuin in their final plan until his partner is killed off and he himself is destroyed by Gosei Ultimate soon after. His spirit later appears to Brajira along with Makuin, futiley trying to attack him before being cast away. He is named after King Kong (キングコング Kingu Kongu?), his name sounding similar to the Japanese cryptid Hibagon and using the kanji for "muscle" (筋 kin?). He is modeled after a tarantula.
Buredoran of the Chupacabra (チュパカブラの武（ブ）レドラン Chupakabura no Buredoran?, 18-29) is the Yuumajuu's strategist armed with the Bredolicers (武レドライサー Bredoraisā?), an alias Brajira used to get close to the Yuumajuu so he can seal them. However, after Warstar was defeated by the Goseigers, Buredoran resumes his Yuumajuu guise as he releases Makuin and Kinggon, providing them with the enlarging Bibi Bugs (ビービ虫 Bībi Mushi?) and Demon Bug Soldiers Bibi. Sensing the Abare Headder, Buredoran manages to take it as his weapon by acting without the others and somehow tames it. However, Gosei Red manages to reach the Headder and convert it into the Miracle Dragon Headder, resulting in Buredoran's first defeat by the Goseigers as Makuin and Kinggon imprison him for his recklessness. Though eventually released, Buredoran proceeds to turn Kinggon against Makuin and take his place as Makuin's right-hand man in order to remove him from power. However, this scheme backfires and Buredoran is defeated by Ground GoseiGreat. Eventually, after aligning himself with the Gedoushu, Buredoran's remains are found by Metal-Alice, presenting him to Robogōgu who revives him as Buredo-RUN of the Cyborg. As a Yuumajuu, Buredoran's name includes the kanji for "warrior" (武 bu?) and is now modeled after a house centipede.
The minor Yuumajuu (幽魔獣（ユーマじゅう） Yūmajū?) are the cryptid-based monsters with arthropod elements hiding from different parts of Earth that serve the other Yuumajuu. Their full name relates to the cryptids on which they are based. Like the aliens of Warstar, with the use of Buredoran's Bibi Bugs, the Yuumajuu are also able to enlarge.
- Tomarezu of the Tsuchinoko (ツチノコのト稀（マレ）ヅ Tsuchinoko no Tomarezu?, 17): Tomarezu is the first Yuumajuu to attack, able to dig underground and spew out a green slime that can melt humans down into a toxic sludge that can seep into the earth and taint it unless he is destroyed. After being destroyed by Gosei Knight, Tomarezu is secretly revived by Buredoran's Bibi Bugs and is enlarged and can turn into a tank-like form, only to be destroyed by Groundion's Groundion Eraser. Tomarezu's name is from Tremors (トレマーズ Toremāzu?) and uses the kanji for "dilute" (稀 mare?). He is modeled after a common pill-bug. Voiced by Takashi Nagasako (長嶝 高士 Nagasako Takashi?).
- Zeibu of the Mummy (ミイラのゼイ腐（ブ） Miira no Zeibu?, 18): Zeibu is able to turn people into his mummified slaves, along with wielding Cursed Sand and Cursed Whip. His plans are to use a television broadcast to turn more humans into his slaves and mummifying the entire planet until the Goseigers and Gosei Knight stop him. After Gosei Knight defeats him, Zeibu is revived by the Bibi Bugs to be finally destroyed by Hyper Gosei Great. Zeibu's name is from They Live (ゼイリブ Zei Ribu?) and uses the kanji for "decayed" (腐 fu?). He is modeled after a centipede. Voiced by Norio Wakamoto (若本 規夫 Wakamoto Norio?).
- Giemurou of the Kappa (河童のギエム郎（ロウ） Kappa no Giemurō?, 19): Giemurou is another Yuumajuu who evaded sealing thousands of years ago. Giemurou can absorb moisture and uses a sumo-fighting style. Found by Buredoran, Giemurou is used in a scheme to use Gosei Knight's power to convert humans into kappas and have them convert others as well, all while sucking the planet dry. After Gosei Knight escapes his confines, he summons the Knight Brothers and becomes Gosei Ground to destroy an enlarged Giemurou. Giemurou's name is from The Host (グエムル-漢江の怪物- Guemuru -Hangan no Kaibutsu-?) and uses the kanji for "son" (郎 rō?). He is modeled after a tick. Voiced by Ryūzaburō Ōtomo (大友 龍三郎 Ōtomo Ryūzaburō?).
- Pesaranza of the Kesaran-Pasaran (ケサランパサランのペサラン挫（ザ） Keseran-Pasaran no Pesaranza?, 20): Pesaranza feeds off of the persistent love between humans. Reconstructed from his remains, Pesaranza drives humans to be obsessive to get their hearts just right for feeding. In addition to his super speed, Pesaranza can break his body up to several fluff balls to avoid being hit by an attack. He is destroyed by the combined efforts of Gosei Ground and Skick Gosei Great. Pesaranza's name is from 1943's Phantom of the Opera (オペラ座の怪人 Operaza no Kaijin?) and uses the kanji for "break" (挫 za?). He is modeled after a leech. Voiced by Norihisa Mori (森 訓久 Mori Norihisa?).
- Waraikozou of the Gremlin (グレムリンのワライコ僧（ゾウ） Guremurin no Waraikozō?, 21): The childish Waraikozou loves to destroy anything mechanical. He is destroyed by the combined efforts of Gosei Ground and Gosei Great. Waraikozou's name is from The Twilight Zone (トワイライトゾーン Towairaito Zōn?) and uses the last part of kanji for "brat" (小僧 kozō?). He is modeled after a flea. Voiced by Chihiro Suzuki (鈴木 千尋 Suzuki Chihiro?).
- Uobouzu of the Nessie (ネッシーのウオボ渦（ウズ） Nesshī no Uobōzu?, 22): Uobouzu talks in poems and eats shadows, leaving his victims in a state of paralysis that becomes fatal over time. Having battled Groundion in the past, Uobouzu is found by Makuin who asks for his aid to finish what he started ages ago. Uobouzu eventually meets his end against Ground Gosei Great. Uobouzu's name is from The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep (ウォーター・ホース Wōtā Hōsu?) and uses the kanji for "whirlpool" (渦 uzu?). He is modeled after a snail. Voiced by Junpei Morita (森田 順平 Morita Junpei?).
- Zaigo of the Skyfish (スカイフィッシュのザイ粉（ゴ） Sukaifisshu no Zaigo?, 23): Zaigo is able to raise humans' temperature. His sparks attacks are the Zaigo Stardust (ザイ粉スターダスト Zaigo Sutādasuto?) and the Spacy Shower (スペイシーシャワー Supeishī Shawā?). Defeated by the male Goseigers, an enlarged Zaigo is destroyed by Ground Gosei Great. Zaigo's name is from Psycho (サイコ Saiko?) and uses the kanji for "powder" (粉 ko?). He is modeled after a stick insect. Voiced by Anri Katsu (勝 杏里 Katsu Anri?).
- Semattarei of the Brocken Spectre (ブロッケン妖怪のセマッタ霊（レイ） Burokken Yōkai no Semattarei?, 24): Semarrarei is able to cast illusions, such as several Yuumajuu destroyed by the Goseigers and Gosei Knight. He is used by Buredoran to force the Goseigers to get the Abare Headder for him, intending to use the item on Semattrei to enhance his power so his illusions can become tangible. In the end, he is destroyed by the Super Goseigers. Semattarei's name is from Pet Sematary (ペット・セマタリー Petto Sematarī?) and uses the kanji for "ghost" (霊 rei?). He is modeled after a harvestman. Voiced by Juji Matsuda (松田 重治 Matsuda Jūji?).
- Sarawareteiru of the Fairy (妖精のサラワレテ居（イル） Yōsei no Sarawareteiru?, 25): Sarawareteiru is used in Makuin's scheme to target Moune, having her use her golden pixie dust to assume the form of the girl's mother. However, as Moune finally sees through the deception and Gosei Knight exposes her, Sarawareteiru is defeated by the Super Goseigers and Gosei Knight before being destroyed by Ground Gosei Great. Sarawareteiru is named after FairyTale: A True Story (フェアリーテイル Fearī Teiru?) and uses the kanji for "to live" (居 iru?). She is modeled after a leaf insect. Voiced by Yū Sugimoto (杉本 ゆう Sugimoto Yū?).
- Hit of the Tengu (天狗のヒッ斗（ト） Tengu no Hitto?, 26): Hating human laughter, Hit uses a gourd that can suck in anyone who laughs in its presence in a scheme to rid the world of laughter. He uses use his feathered gauntlets to execute wind attacks like the "Tickling Wind". In the process of his mission, Hit captures all of the Goseigers except Gosei Blue. Gosei Blue and Gosei Knight force Hit into breaking his gourd to free everyone before the Super Goseigers and Gosei Knight defeat him. Enlarged, Hit overpowers Gosei Great and Gosei Ground until Seaick Gosei Great disables Hit's wind attacks, allowing Gosei Ground to destroy the Yuumajuu. Hit is named after It (IT Ittu?) and uses the kanji for "fight" (斗 to?). He is modeled after a scorpion. Voiced by Toshihiro Ogura (おぐら としひろ Ogura Toshihiro?).
- Jogon of the Ningyo (人魚のジョ言（ゴン） Ningyo no Jogon?, 27): An old friend of Kinggon's, Jogon is able to latch special seashells onto people which target a flaw in them and makes them believe a person is saying it behind their backs. Among his victims were Aguri and unintentionally Kinggon. After being hit by the Miracle Gosei Dynamic, an enlarged Jogon is overwhelmed by Gosei Great and Gosei Ground before being destroyed by Landick Gosei Great. Jogon is named after Creature from the Black Lagoon (大アマゾンの半魚人 Dai Amazon no Hangyojin?) and uses the kanji for "words" (言 gon?). He is modeled after a silverfish. Voiced by Taiki Matsuno (松野 太紀 Matsuno Taiki?).
- Pikarime of the Shakōkidogū (遮光器土偶のピカリ眼（メ） Shakōkidogū no Pikarime?, 28): Pikarime uses her powers to abduct all of the children in the city in order to have them all jump off a cliff into the ocean. Pikarime is defeated by the Super Goseigers' Miracle Gosei Dynamic before being enlarged, during which, she is destroyed by Ground Gosei Great's Ground Great Strike (Taka Headder version). An old friend of Makuin's (Whom she affectionately dubs "Maky-sama"), Pikarime is named after Village of the Damned (光る眼 Hikaru Me?) and uses the kanji for "eye" (眼 me?). She is modeled after an ant. Voiced by Kanae Oki (沖 佳苗 Oki Kanae?).
- Elmgaim of the Baku (獏のエルムガイ夢（ム） Baku no Erumugaimu?, 30): Originally only able to eat the dreams of those asleep, Elmgaim gets a power boost from the Erurei Box that enables him to eat souls as well, leaving his comatose victims in despair while growing roots that would rot the planet. After being defeated by Super Gosei Pink's Super Sky Dynamic and Gosei Knight's Knight Dynamic, he is enlarged by the Bibi Bugs, where after a failed attempt to steal the Goseiger's dreams, he ends up destroyed by Ground Gosei Great. Elmgaim is named after A Nightmare on Elm Street (エルム街の悪夢 Erumugai no Akumu?) and uses the kanji for "dream" (夢 mu?). He is modeled after a velvet worm. Voiced by Atsushi Imaruoka (伊丸岡 篤 Imaruoka Atsushi?).
- Bītūsu of the Poltergeist (ポルターガイストのビートゥース Porutāgaisuto no Bītūsu?): Bītūsu is able to blow a gale and become invisible. Defeated by Gosei Knight, an enlarged Bītūsu is destroyed by Ground Gosei Great. Bītūsu is named after Beetlejuice (ビートルジュース Bītorujūsu?). The kanji used in his name is unknown as he only is mentioned in the special drama sessions of the third original soundtrack.
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- "TV Asahi's page on Pesaranza of the Kesaran-Pasaran". Retrieved 2010-06-26.
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