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"It wasn't just three Giants of Darkness who fought Yuzare?! [...] That giant's name is... Trigger!"

Akito Hijiri, Wavering Heart.

Trigger Dark (トリガーダーク Torigā Dāku)[2] is one of the Giants of Darkness that appears in Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga. This was once Ultraman Trigger's original form before he turned to the light, and later became a separate entity in the present day.


  • Dark Champion (暗黒勇士 Ankoku Yūshi)
  • Vilest Evilest Warrior (最凶最悪の戦士 Saikyō Saiaku no Senshi)[3]



In a similar manner to Ultraman Tiga's Dark form, Trigger Dark is predominantly gunmetal grey in color, though he largely lacks any other colors in his design, with the exception of gold highlights on his ankles, thighs, around the top of his head and on the left side of his chest, next to his diamond-shaped Color Timer. Trigger Dark's armor is roughly textured, and he has two pointed extensions rising out of his shoulders. His shoulder pads and chest plate are asymmetrical.



Trigger Dark and the Giants of Darkness

Trigger Dark was once one of the Giants of Darkness who destroyed the Ultra-Ancient Civilization, and was recorded on a hidden part the stone tablet. Wavering Heart He and the other Giants of Darkness captured Yuzare and took her to an altar to open the gate to the Eternity Core. Under Carmeara's instruction, Trigger Dark was the first of the Giants of Darkness to approach the object. Before he could do anything to it, Kengo Manaka, who had traveled back in time through a vortex, entered Trigger's Inner Space and attempted to convince him to turn to the light and fight for everyone's smiles. Instead, Trigger Dark attacked Kengo. The Encounter of Light and Darkness Eventually, Kengo managed to reach Trigger's heart, and found out that he and Trigger are one and the same. They became one and Trigger Dark turned from the darkness, becoming Ultraman Trigger Multi Type, who defeated the Giants of Darkness with help from Yuzare and the Eternity Core. He pushed his opponents into space while they turned into stone, with Trigger's own petrified remains landing on Mars and thus completing the time loop that started all these events.

Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga

In the present day, Trigger Dark frequently appeared within Kengo's recurrent dream, in which Yuzare gave the young man a cryptic message, before Trigger Dark would appear, shrouded in shadows. Connection of Light In one instance, Kengo dreamed himself into the Ultra-Ancient era, witnessing the Giants of Darkness destroying the ancient civilizations from Trigger Dark's perspective. For Smiles Trigger Dark returned in the present day when Carmeara performed her Curse of Darkness on Ultraman Trigger to remove his light, returning him to his original form. Trigger Dark went on a rampage, destroying everything around him until Kengo returned from the past and transformed into Ultraman Trigger, fighting against him and the other three Giants of Darkness. By this point, Trigger Dark has started to exist as a separate entity who was driven mad into attacking both friend and foe alike. Eventually, Trigger defeated his doppelganger with Eternity Zerades. The dark giant was reduced to dark essence that merged with Ignis after the battle. The 30-Million-Year Miracle


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  • Height: 53 m[2]
  • Weight: 44,000 t[2]

Body Features



  • Dark Zeperion Beam (ダークゼペリオン光線 Dāku Zeperion Kōsen)[2]: A dark red beam fired from Trigger Dark's arms arranged in the L-style.[4]
  • Dark Hand Slash: A small bolt of energy fired from Trigger Dark's hand.
  • Dark Lightning: Trigger Dark emits black bolts of electricity from his body in all directions.


Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga


  • Appearance-wise, he is based on Tiga Dark, the original form of Ultraman Tiga during his early days as a Giant of Darkness.
  • Given that Trigger is part of his human host, Kengo, it is implied that Trigger Dark's rampage after being awoken in the present day is his dark power no longer being driven by the Ultra's own spirit.


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