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Ultlance (ウルトランス Urutoransu)[1], also called UlTrans[2], are partially Ultlived monsters, using the Victory Lancer. However, only one of the monster's arms replaces the user's, and is known as a lance.

History

Ultraman Ginga S

It first appeared in Ultraman Ginga S episode 2, when Victory stole the EX Red King Spark Doll and used Ultlance to fight Ginga with it.

This ability was used many times throughout the series, with many other Spark Dolls.

Ultraman Ginga S The Movie: Showdown! The 10 Ultra Warriors!

Victory continues to use the Ultlance ability in the movie. When Victory and Ginga combined together to become Ultraman Ginga Victory, Ginga Victory also inherited the Ultlance power.

Ultra Fight Victory

Victory uses them once again in this special against Aribunta in the fist battle, but Yapool analysed the ability and transferred it into Ace Killer's data, in order for it to become Victory Killer.

Victory Killer then copied Ultraman Victory's power and defeated Ultraman Ace, thankfully Ultraman Victory appeared and saved Ace from Victory Killer and defeated the robotic menace.

Known Ultlance

Ultlance used in Ultraman Ginga S

Ultlance from DX Victory Lancer

Kaiju Spark Dolls
Ultraman Spark Dolls
Varies, except for Ultraman Victory, who has no Ultlance
Non-Ultra Spark Dolls
  • Jean-Nine Missile
  • Ultra Egg Dr. E.G. Shield (Despite being a Spark Doll, the Victory Lancer will still announce Ultra Egg at the beginning)
Ultra Eggs
Same as Spark Dolls, but announces Ultra Egg at the beginning
Stage Show

Powers

  • Weapons: Ultlance allows Victory to be granted with a weapon with the said parts of the respective monsters.
    • Finishers: Some Ultlance have the ability to finish opponents in one hit.

Gallery

Ultlance

KillerTrans

Trivia

  • The DX Victory Lancer toy can only read specific Ultlance for Spark Dolls used by Sho in-universe. Other than that, scanning any Spark Dolls would result in inconsistent armament announcements. The list of Ultras-type armaments in the toy are; Gun (ガン Gan), Lance (ランス Ransu), Knuckle (ナックル Nakkuru), Whip (ウィップ Uippu), Tail (テイル Teiru), Claw (クロー Kurō), Drill (ドリル Doriru), Saber (セイバー Seibā), Laser (レーザー Rēzā), Missile (ミサイル Misairu), Axe (アックス Akkusu), Puncher (パンチャー Panchā), Dynamite (ダイナマイト Dainamaito), Shield (シールド Shīrudo) Launcher (ランチャー Ranchā), Arrow (アロー Arō) and Scissors (シザース Shizāsu). Fireball and Senju Cannon, which goes to the stage show-exclusive Ultlance does not exist in the pre-recorded voice.

References

Ultra Weapons
Sluggers Eye Slugger | Vezard | Maxium Sword | Zero Sluggers | Xlugger | Geed Slugger | R/B Slugger
Bracers and Bracelets Ultra Bracelet | Ultra Converter | King Bracelet | Stratos Edge | Armed Nexus | Armed Mephisto | Max Spark | Max Galaxy | Mebius Brace | Knight Brace | Ultra Zero Bracelet | Strium Brace | Ultra Fusion Brace | Taiga Spark | Plasma Zero-let
Melee Ace Blade | Ultimate Blade | Leo Nunchaku | Giga Battlenizer | Ginga Spark Lance | Knight Timbre | Orb Slugger Lance | Orb Calibur | Orb Slasher | Geed Claw | King Sword | Giga Finalizer | Orb Dark Calibur | Orb Ring NEO | R/B Kourin | Taiga Tri Blade | Z Riser | Z Lance Arrow | Beliarok | Circle Arms | Glitter Blade
Armors Protectors | Cosmo Tector | Grantector | Arb Gear | Tector Gear | Ultimate Aegis | Zero Slugger Gear | Cyber Armor
Others Ultra Array | Ultra Magic Ray | Ultra Mantle | Ultlance
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