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Paragon (パラゴン Paragon) was a Kaiju from episode 42 of Return of Ultraman.

Subtitle: Mirage Monster (蜃気楼怪獣 Shinkirō Kaijū)


Return of Ultraman

Paragon was a monster that was used by its master, Alien Stora in his plan for invasion. While hiding on top of Mt. Fuji, Paragon used his mirage ability to cause several vehicle accidents, which was causing problems for everyone living nearby Mt. Fuji. Soon enough, MAT arrived in full force to deal with the behemoth as the nearby town was evacuating. Dwarfed by the enormous titan, MAT still tried to attack but its mirages caused them to crash into each other before a shot could be fired. Their remaining two fired but his hide merely reflected their lasers off.

The next day, Paragon lifted his illusion once more, appearing at the top of the volcano. MAT once more launched into battle with the enormous monster, but Paragon's mirages tricked their fighters into firing on their own allies on the ground, as well as the townspeople, all while Alien Stora laughed at their strife. Go finally changed into Ultraman Jack to battle the monster, but Paragon tricked the Ultra into appearing so enormous that the warrior of light barely stood to its ankle. Realizing that Paragon's enormous looks was due to his mirages (after flying through it,) Jack used the Ultra Bracelet to reflect its mirages back at it, causing Paragon to shrink down to its true size for Jack could battle. Now even in size, Jack managed to fight through Paragon's attacks and tore of the beast's horns and wings and ultimately sealing his victory but firing his Spacium Beam to destroy the ground below its hind legs, causing Paragon to topple over the edge of the volcano into the molten lava far below were it was burned to death.


  • Design: Akihiko Iguchi
  • Suit actor: Toya Takanobu and Arikawa Kanemitsu
  • Paragon's roar is reused from Zaragas.


  • Height: 80 m
  • Weight: 49,000 t
  • Origin: Planet Stora
Powers and Weapons
  • Energy Beam: Paragon can fire a beam of shocking energy from the orb on the top half of its body.
  • Hurricane Winds: Paragon can create hurricane force winds from his wings.
  • Teleportation: Paragon can teleport right before he's attacked.
  • Energy Shield: Paragon can create a protective energy barrier that can protect him from energy attacks.
  • Mirage: Paragon can bend the sun's rays to cause mirages that will confuse foes. These mirages usually alter his own image, making it appear as if there are duplicates of himself or he has become as large as a mountain.



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