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Unitoroda (ウニトローダ Unitoroda) is an alien that appears in the television series Ultra Q: Dark Fantasy.

History

Ultra Q: Dark Fantasy

In Tokusuke’s small factory in the outskirts of town, a strange substance has begun to appear on the machines and equipment. According to Professor Watari, it is a mysterious substance that is neither rust nor mold. That evening, as Tokusuke rode his bicycle home in a rather drunken state, he knocked down a strange figure in the dark. Helping the person up, Tokusuke realized it was in fact an alien! With few options available, he brings the alien back home with him. Once home the alien introduced himself as Unitoroda and he was on an important mission to exterminate the monster Sabikong, but his ship crash landed on Earth. After eating a bunch of sushi, Unitoroda found globs of slime that were part of Sabikong thanks to the locals telling him about them. The alien used a heat beam from his hands to eliminate the globs near him, but became exhausted as soon as he was done. The locals decided to help Unitoroda by rebuilding his flying saucer. After luring all of Sabikong's body mass by a giant sound speaker system, the locals watched on as Unitoroda went into the monster's stomach and heated him up from the inside, destroying the monster for good. Unitoroda survived the encounter relatively unharmed and, with his spaceship destroyed, decided to begin living amongst the townspeople whom he had saved.

Trivia

  • Unitoroda is named after two highly valued sushi ingredients: sea urchin (うに uni) and fatty tuna (とろ toro). This is referenced in-universe, with uni and toro sushi being the first thing Unitoroda eats upon being discovered, as well as being the main ingredients in the dish given to him to celebrate his newfound friendship with the townspeople.

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Powers and Weapons
  • Heat Beam: Unitoroda can fire a heat beam from his hands that is very precise. However, using this for too long will exhaust him.
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