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Sadolar
Subtitle Rock Monster
(岩石怪獣,   Ganseki Kaijū?)
Nicknames Sadola, Sadora
Type Kaiju
Home world Earth,
Planet Boris (Ultra Galaxy)
Height Normal: 60 meters[1]

2014: 14 centimeters to 60 meters[2]

Weight Normal: 24,000 metric tons[1]

2014: 150 grams to 24,000 metric tons[2]

Relations Belyudra (component)
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Enemies To be added
Portrayed by To be added
First appearance Return of Ultraman episode 3, The Monster Realm of Terror (1971)
Latest appearance Ultraman X episode 22,
The Rainbow Land (2015)
Roars

Sadolar (サドラ,   Sadora?) is a kaiju that first appeared alongside Detton in episode three of the 1971 television series Return of Ultraman.

Design

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Origins

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History

Return of Ultraman

The Monster Realm of Terror

Sadolar in Return of Ultraman

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Ultraman Taro

Burn on! The Six Ultra Brothers

Sadolar in the animated flashback of Ultraman Taro

In the animated flashback of the episode, Sadolar was one of the monsters that were a part of the Monster Army lead by Alien Empera during the Great Ultra War.

Ultraman Mebius

Reverse Shot

Sadolar against Ultraman Mebius in Reverse Shot

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Two from the Deep Sea

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Armor of Vengeance

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Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle

The Lawless Monster Planet

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The Trap in Belargo City

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Another Monster Tamer

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Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends the Movie

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Ultra Zero Fight

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Ultraman Ginga S

The Meaning of Strength

Sadolar in Ultraman Ginga S

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Ultraman X

My Friend's a Monster

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The Rainbow Land

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Abilities

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Filmography


Gallery

Main article: Sadolar/Gallery


Roar

Sadolar's roar is modified from Keylla's roar.

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Sadolar's roars in Return of Ultraman
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Sadolar's roars in the Heisei era


Trivia

  • Sadolar's design was originally going to be more scorpion-like, being called "Sasolar" (サソラー,   Sasorā?), after "Sasori," meaning scorpion.

References

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