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Nanairo Listing #142
Chugyo Icon Chugyo | Daigyo | Haneoto Haneoto Icon
Daigyo Icon
Daigyo
ビリビラギョ Biribiragyo
Daigyo
Titles
BTP Logo Small
Property
Form
Height
11.1 ft.
Weight
2072 lbs.
Beyond the Portals
Origins
Evolution Line
Child Adult Evolved
Shogyo Icon Chugyo Icon
Daigyo Icon
Shogyo Chugyo Daigyo


Daigyo (ビリビラギョ Biribiragyo) is an Evolved Spectrobe of the Aurora Property. It appears in Spectrobes: Beyond the Portals. It evolves from the Child form Shogyo and the Adult form Chugyo.

AppearanceEdit

Daigyo is a large, irregularly-shaped fish or amphibian that appears to be based on an axolotl. It has powerful jaws and thin whiskers on its face resembling those of a carp. Its arms are more developed than its stubby hind legs, but it mainly uses its long, flat tail for swimming. Daigyo has a pair of wing-like fins extending from its hips. Like Shogyo and Chugyo, its skin is patterned with jagged stripes.

DatabaseEdit

Spectrobes: Beyond the Portals - "This electrified beast sails the sky, swinging its mighty arms and spitting balls of lightning."

Attacks and AbilitiesEdit

  • BTP Melee Normal: Swipes at enemies twice with its arms.
  • BTP Ranged CH Attack: Daibelch - "Spits balls of lightning that slowly roll toward its enemies for a shocking result."

CustomizationEdit

Custom PartsEdit

  • Attack: Daiwing (Daigyo Flipper) - Replaces its wings with dragon wings.
  • Defense: Daijet (Daigyo Zipper) - Replaces its wings with larger wings.

Custom ColorsEdit

  • Normal: Green
  • Custom Color 1: Cyan
  • Custom Color 2: Lime green

EvolutionEdit

Name EtymologyEdit

Language Name / Etymology
Icon-English English Daigyo
From the Japanese kanji characters 大 (dai, great) and 魚 (gyo, fish).
Icon-Japanese Japanese ビリビラギョ Biribiragyo
From the onomatopoeia びりびり (biribiri), the sound of static or weak electricity and 魚 (gyo, fish).

TriviaEdit

  • Daigyo resembles the satanic beast leviathan, a great sea monster with a distended stomach and many pentagrams on its body.
  • Daigyo may also be based on the Japanese legend that if a carp can climb a waterfall it will become a dragon; this is shown through the fact it resembles a catfish with dragon parts, claws, wings etc.

GalleryEdit

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