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Falgos (ファルゴス) is a type of Devil Invader from the Casmozone and later a type of Gyandlar soldier.

Falgos' weapons are Prominence Lasers, Devil Sonic Cannons and Blade Cutters. The type specialises in aerial combat, can live in volcanos and uses magma energy.

Fiction[edit | edit source]

Machine Robo commercials[edit | edit source]


The transdimensional villains from the Casmozone controlled huge armies of Falgos, Casmodon, Zarios, Gildis and Baldas minions. They were opposed by the Machine Robo, shape-shifting robots from Romulos. After a long struggle they destroyed Romulos and set their sights on Earth. However they were opposed once again by the Machine Robo, who hid among Earth's vehicles to oppose them. Machine Puzzler commercial A massed attack on Earth was thwarted by Machine Robo, Devil Invaders commercial and another was stopped by Battle Armor 5. Battle Armor 5


The Robo Machines comic[edit | edit source]

Falgos was designed by Zod on Earth but was not completed before its' designer was seriously damaged by the Security Forces and seemingly abandoned by Cy-Kill. The Robo Machines, Story 2

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos cartoon[edit | edit source]


Falgos were one of the semi-sentient recyclable trooper types used by the Gyandlar, regularly destroyed battling the Machine Robo army and then rebuilt in the Gyandlar mother-ship. They aided Diondra in guarding the captured people of Gorgo Rockgiran versus Rockdon, piloted a Spider drone in Garudi's attack on Emerald City Attack, Land Commander 5!, fought in Diondra's attempt to take a secret Machine Robo base under the frozen lake next to the city Cross Rock's Great Prophecy, Garudi's attempt to destroy Yamilan's computer core 10 Seconds Before the Explosion! Run, Tough Trailer! and numerous other Gyandlar operations.

Machine Robo: Battle Hackers cartoon[edit | edit source]


Falgos was one of Gurendos guarding Kariagen's plans to take over a mine on Electronic Planet B-1, and attacked the Blue Dragons when they planned a rescue mission. However, the Winner Robo then arrived, flattening Falgos and his comrades. A New Machine Robo Team Appears!

Toys[edit | edit source]


Machine Robo[edit | edit source]

Devil Invader Series[edit | edit source]

  • Falgos (1984)
    • ID number: MRD-102
    • Accessories: none
Falgos was the 2nd figure in Bandai's Devil Invader Series and transforms from robot to monster aircraft in 4 steps. He also features ball-jointed shoulders, though these can work loose, and moving elbows. His neck is susceptible to damage if his jet nose isn't pulled out before being folded down.
  • The figure was later issued as the GoBots figure Pincher, with no significant changes.

Robo Machine[edit | edit source]

Enemy Invaders[edit | edit source]

  • Falgos (1984)
    • ID number: RMD-102
    • Accessories: none
Falgos was issued as part of Robo Machine, with no significant changes.

Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos[edit | edit source]

Gyandlar Devils[edit | edit source]

  • Falgos (1986)
    • ID number: MRGD-2
    • Accessories: none
Falgos was reissued for the Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos toyline in updated packaging. The figure was assigned to the Gyandlar Devils, and featured no changes from the original Japanese release.

Merchandise[edit | edit source]


Machine Robo Series Gashapon[edit | edit source]

  • Falgos (Machine Robo Series, 1985)
    • ID number: 12
    • Accessories: none
A plastic model kit version of Falgos was issued by Bandai in 1985 as part of their Machine Robo Series line of Gashapon. Falgos was part of the second series and retained his ability to transform. The model very closely followed the transformation of the Machine Robo Series version; while it included some stickers for detail the kit itself was cast in a single colour of purple plastic and would require extensive painting to look anything like the picture included on the leaflet.
The Gashapon figures were never issued outside of Japan.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • An early prototype of Falgos featured in some catalogues had a different head.
  • Falgos appeared in the start titles for Machine Robo: Battle Hackers but only made a single brief appearance in the show itself.