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Machless (マッハレス Mahharesu), also known as Machles[1], is a Terrible-Monster that appeared in episode 37 of Ultraman Ace.


  • Ultraman Ace: Blunt Foot Terrible-Monster (鈍足超獣 Donsoku Chōjū)
  • Ultraman White Paper: Mach Terrible-Monster (マッハ超獣 Mahha Chōjū)


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Machless is a Terrible-Monster that hates any transportation that goes at the speed of sound. Machless appeared in a forest and attacked a bullet train at a bridge. TAC fired at the monster but he was too strong. Machless dug under a tunnel and waited for the next mach vehicle. The Terrible-Monster later appeared again in the middle of a race track and used a spray to destroy a car and its driver. The super monster then proceeded to total a tower. A man forgot a briefcase full of money but Hokuto saved him just in time and became Ultraman Ace. As TAC fired on the Terrible-Monster, Machless and Ace fought each other. The two fought viciously, neither one of the gaining the upper hand. Ace's Color Timer began to run out, forcing him to tear off Machless' fin and shoot him with the Metalium Beam. The Star of Friendship Forever


  • Machless's roar is a reused Giradorus roar.
  • Machless's suit would be reused and modified to make Verokron II.


  • Height: 60 m
  • Weight: 54,000 t
  • Origin: Yapool's Dimension
  • Weakness: Machless's ears are somewhat sensitive to high speed noises.
Powers and Weapons
  • Explosive Mist: Machless can exhale a white mist that has explosive properties.
  • Energy Bolts: Machless can fire yellow electrical bolts from his fingertips.
  • Burrowing: Machless can burrow at moderate speeds.


Machless was only released as a figure by Marmit in 2013, and it is considered a very rare figure because of its limited production. It has four points of articulation and stands at about 8-9 inches tall. Its paint job and detail is mostly show-accurate, sporting a darker shade of blue and the front of its torso is painted in gold. The figure's tail is also short compared to its appearance in the show, which is common for most figures of monsters with exceptionally long tails (e.g., the Ultra Monster Series figure of King Crab) so it doesn't take as much space.


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