Gen Jūken

Gen Jūken (幻獣拳?, "Mythical Beast Fist") is a fictional group of martial artists that appears as antagonists during the last quarter of the Japanese Super Sentai show Juken Sentai Gekiranger. Utilizing a golden Qi called Genki (幻気(げんき)?, "Mythical Qi"), the Gen Jūken users seek to surpass the power of natural beasts by mastering the power of mythical beasts, with thirteen fighting styles based on the Five Sacred Beasts and the Chinese Zodiac. Overtime, the Gen Jūken style is revealed to be actually a front for Long to raise a potential human though the Infinite Path (無限道 Mugendō?), turning that person into a mindless monster that would destroy the world. All Gen Jūken users possess a gold-colored fighting form.

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Long

Long (ロン Ron?) is the coordinator of Gen Jūken, its actual leader and the series antagonist. Though he refers to himself as a master of the Gen Jū Dragon-Ken (幻獣ドラゴン拳 Gen Jū Doragonken?), Long is not a human but an immortal known as the Infinite Dragon (無間龍 Mugen Ryū?, 48-49), a massive many-headed golden dragon with terrible power who manipulated the fate of humanity behind the scenes out of whim. Because of his immortality and evil nature, he found the world to be "dull" and decided to make it "interesting" for himself by creating the Destroyer. To that end, Long devised a means to bring Maku to his side, secretly aiding in the foundation of the Rin Jūken Akugata while conditioning Maku to become the Destroyer. But after the Kensei sealed Maku and the Kenma, Long was forced to wait until another ideal pawn surfaces to take Maku's place. Assuming the guise of a human, Long murdered Rio's family, leaving only a young Rio alive to undergo the needed conditioning. Long also mortally wounded Dan years later before decimated the village where Jyan was born to insure no interference from any of Dan's kin (Jyan's survival of Long's assault was by accident). Setting up Gen Jūken, he used the Blood-Oath Ceremony (血盟の儀式 Ketsumei no Gishiki?) to convert others into Gen Jūken and turn some into his servants.

Long originally hid behind the scenes while overseeing Rio's training, with only Mere knowing about his presence in Rinjū Hall. He even comforted her to an extent by revealing to her that Rio will obtain Dorinki and defeat Maku, setting up the events for it. Furthermore, Long evoked Gou's transformations into the werewolf until Bae's interference stopped that. Long was further vexed to learn that Rio is making his way to Jūgenkyō, assuming the guises of Jyan, Gou, and Xia Fu to turn Rio while revealing the existence of the SoZyuTo so he can enter the village freely. Long also uses the same illusory power to force Mere to take the SoZyuTo from Ken while he's defenseless. Once Rio and Mere make the run for Jūgenkyō, Long revealed himself at last to Maku, using himself as a distraction to allow Rio safe passage to the village.

When the Kenma had served their purpose, Long arrives to kill Rageku in his fighting form, with the Kenma realizing who he is. With the deed done, Long fully reveals himself, offering Rio a chance to master the Gen Jūken style to become even stronger, converting both him and Mere in the Blood-Oath Ceremony to further his scheme while taking the role of one of the Four Genshou. However, seeing Jyan as a hindrance his plans, Long attempts to kill him behind Rio's back. But ironically, Jyan managed to awaken Rio as the Gen Jū King; much to Long's praise. Mere's interference ruined it, with Long's treachery and true identity revealed as a result, before beating Rio to find out why he didn't completely become the Destroyer. When Mere interferes once again, Long attempts to kill her, only to have Rio jump in front of her to shield her from the blast. Seeing Mere as the cause, Long takes her as a hostage so Rio can resume his part in the master plan. But once his plan is completely shattered, Long decides to kill them all and start finding a new Destroyer to replace Rio, however, Long is soon seemingly killed by SaiDai GekiRinTohja. However, his spirit endured and entered Sanyo, using him to recreate himself. Now with a newfound interest in the Jūken power that rivals his own, Long assumes his true form to personally destroy the world himself. Mere sacrifices her self to save the Gekirangers from one of his attacks, after which Gou and Ken try and fight with GekiTohja Wolf and SaiDaiOh, but Long effortless defeats them both. Rio attempts a suicidal to kill him but Long survived because of his immortality, though he was forced back into his human form and laughed at that Rio thought he could kill him. Long then assumes his fighting form and overwhelms the Gekirangers before leaving to rampage through the city. Gou and Ken later to fight him, along with Kensei but they were no match for him. Long finally met his match when Jyan, Retu, and Ran returned after mastering RinjūKen and use the Dōkokugan Ringi to seal him in a small ball, with Jyan safeguarding the small golden orb that Long has become.

During the events of Engine Sentai Go-onger vs. Gekiranger, Meka uses the Engine Souls as hostages to force Jyan to give him the sealed Long, converting his sealed body into the Dōkokugan Soul (慟哭丸ソウル Dōkokugan Sōru?) before installing it into Nunchaku Banki to empower him as part of his plan to use the dragon's power to rule the world. But when Nunchaku Banki shuts down, the seal partially break as Long manages to emerge, bent on extacting his revenge on the Gekirangers to regain his freedom upon their deaths until the revived Rio and Mere arrive. Converting the Savage Machine Beast into a new form to inhabit, Long Banki (ロンバンキ Ron Banki?), Long battles the two Sentai groups until his vessel is destroyed by the Engine Beast Grand Prix, forcing him back into his sealed form.

His name is based on lóng (), the Mandarin word for "dragon", and motifs are the Azure Dragon and the Dragon of the Earthly Branches (though ironically, his fighting form is gold colored), both of which were said to be based on his true form along with every culture's experience with a dragon as Xia Fu speculated.

Long is portrayed by Naoki Kawano (川野 直輝 Kawano Naoki?).

Rio

Rio (理央?) is the destined leader of the Gen Jūken, according to Long. Being the original user of the Rinjū Lion-Ken (臨獣ライオン拳 Rinjū Raionken?), Rio accepts the title and undergoes Long's Gengi to be infused with Genki and embrace his destiny, becoming a master of the Gen Jū Gryphon-Ken (幻獣グリフォン拳 Gen Jū Gurifonken?) style. As a result, he can assume a new armored form called Gen Jū King Rio (幻獣王リオ Gen Jūō Rio?, 40-47) until he learns the truth behind his new-found power when he is nearly consumed by it and becomes the Destroyer (破壊神 Hakaishin?). He leaves the Gen Jūken soon after, purging the Genki in his body. His motif while Gen Jū King is the Huang Long, which is above the Four Sacred Beasts of Chinese myth.

Upon his transformation into the Gen Jū King, Rio says, "Pure fierceness, pure power, Leaving the world, one without equal." (強きこと、猛きこと、世界において、無双の者 Tsuyoki koto, takeki koto, sekai ni oite musō no mono.?)

The Four Genshou

With Long as a member, the Four Genshou (四幻将 Shi Genshō?) are the elite four of Gen Jūken whose loyalty is to the Gen Jū King and serve as his bodyguards. They each represent the Four Sacred Beasts of Chinese myth.

Mere

Mere (メレ Mere?) was previously a user of Rinjū Chameleon-Ken (臨獣カメレオン拳 Rinjū Kamereonken?) who was the first of the Rinrinshī brought back from the dead by Rio and has pledged her heart to him. However, through Long's ritual Gengi, Mere is infused with Genki and is reborn as a Genshou, mastering the Gen Jū Phoenix-Ken (幻獣フェニックス拳 Gen Jū Fenikkusuken?) style. But after learning of Long's true plans for Rio, Mere leaves the Gen Jūken and purges the Genki from her body. Her motifs while a Genshou are the Vermilion Bird and the Rooster of the Earthly Branches.

Before entering battle, Mere says, "For Lord Rio's love, an even more powerful-clad love warrior. Gen Jū Phoenix-Ken Mistress, Mere!" (理央様の愛の為にさらなる強さを身に纏ったラブウォリアー。幻獣フェニックス拳 メレ! Rio-sama no ai no tame ni saranaru tsuyosa o mi ni matotta rabu woriā. Gen Jū Fenikkusuken, Mere!?)

Sanyo

Sanyo (サンヨ San'yo?) is a master of the Gen Jū Basilisk-Ken (幻獣バジリスク拳 Gen Jū Bajirisukuken?) and uses gravity-based attacks. Sanyo ends all his sentences with "ayo" and is constantly muttering, often giving away hints about Long's true plan. Being Long's righthand man, Sanyo was actually created from a piece of Long's body, thus an immortal like his master. After Long wormed his way into Rio's service, Sanyo drags in the large wooden coffin holding Suugu, sending his apprentices to convince Rio of their power in vain. But Sanyo's habit of blabbering hints of Long's true plans for Rio, with Mere forcing him to reveal what he knew about it. He later battles the Gekirangers to keep them from Mere, only to be defeated by her, Geki Chopper, Geki Violet, Geki Blue, and Geki Yellow. Though he survived the incident because of his immortality, Sanyo serves his purpose of recreating Long. In the end, Sanyo is devoured/reabsorbed by Long as he assumed his true form and full power. His name is based on Suān Yŭ (酸與) of the Shan Hai Jing, and motifs are the Black Tortoise and the Snake of the Earthly Branches.

Sanyo is voiced by Hideyuki Umezu (梅津 秀行 Umezu Hideyuki?).

Suugu

Suugu (スウグ Sūgu?) is a master of the Gen Jū Chimera-Ken (幻獣キメラ拳 Gen Jū Kimeraken?), a style that allows him use any Jūken technique from Gekijūken and Rinjūken. Suugu was made by Long from Dan's Geki Soul, though lacking the man's mind. Suugu was previously in a state of rest as the result of undergoing the Blood-Oath Ceremony and thus he was first seen being dragged in his casket by Sanyo. But Suugu was later fully awakened by Long once he was in the presence of Rio. Rio recognizes Suugu as Dan, which eventually led to him embracing the Gen Jūken as only the Gen Jū King can command Suugu. Though mindless, a hint of Dan seems to remain within Suugu as seen in his playing of a leaf ocarina. Long tricks Rio into ordering Suugu to kill Jyan. During the battle, after nearly killing his son, Suguu's memories as Dan reawakened, allowing him to overcome the Blood Oath's effect on him as he took the blow Long intended for Jyan. Mortally wounded, Suugu has Jyan deal the deathblow to release Dan's Fierce soul from his physical prison. His name is based on Sōu Yú (騶虞) of the Shi Jing, and motifs are the White Tiger and the Tiger of the Earthly Branches.

Suugu is voiced by veteran Tokusatsu actor Kenji Ohba (大葉 健二 Ōba Kenji?) who also portrayed Jan's father Dan.

The Twin Genshi

The Twin Genshi (双幻士 Sōgenshi?) are apprentices who support the Four Genshou, two per each Genshou.

Sanyo's Genshi

  • Gouyu (ゴウユ Gōyu?): A master of the Gen Jū Cetus-Ken (幻獣ケイトス拳 Gen Jū Keitosuken?) which uses sound-based attacks, thus using small talk while fighting an opponent to effectively use his power. He is the first Gen Jūken opponent the Gekirangers face. He nearly defeats SaiDaiOh, GekiTohja Wolf and Geki Fire until GekiElephantFire begins to damage him, although he survives the fight with them thanks to Sanyo's aid, who easily defeats all three opponents. He appears again to fight Gou to protect Rio from him, only to be instantly destroyed in mere seconds by Gou using the Heaven and Earth Disaster Strike. His name is based on Hé Yŭ (合窳) of the Shan Hai Jing, and motif is the Boar of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Shigeo Kiyama (喜山 茂雄 Kiyama Shigeo?).
  • Shiyuu (シユウ Shiyū?): A master of the Gen Jū Minotaur-Ken (幻獣ミノタウロス拳 Gen Jū Minotaurosuken?), style that relies on the power of mirrors. He uses his Mythical Reflection Mirror (幻射鏡 Genshakyō?) armor to perform his mirror-Gengi, using it on Retu to infiltrate the Gekirangers. But Gou is not easily fooled and saves his brother from being trapped in the Mirror World. Shiyuu is wounded by GekiBatTohja Wolf before SaiDaiOh lands the deathblow. Shiyuu uses mirrors for his attacks but ironically hates to be imitated, leading him to use strange words so it is harder to emulate him. His name is based on Chī Yóu (蚩尤), and motif is the Ox of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Mitsuaki Madono (真殿 光昭 Madono Mitsuaki?).

Mere's Genshi

  • Haku (ハク Haku?): A master of the Gen Jū Unicorn-Ken (幻獣ユニコーン拳 Gen Jū Yunikōnken?), style that gives total control of the mind of its victims. Haku uses two arm-blades and fighting in the style of a wild mustang. Prior to being introduced to Mere, Haku uses his Gengi to control children easily taken by it. Having them go to his Unicorn Palace, Haku intended to have them amplify his Gengi's affects worldwide to gather the despair of devastated parents. But actions of involving children, especially Natsume, made it personal to Miki as she personally destroys Haku in SaiDaiOh. Despite his cowardly techniques, Haku speaks and acts like a medieval knight. His name is based on Bó (駮) of the Shan Hai Jing, and motif is the Horse of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Kiyotaka Furushima (古島 清孝 Furushima Kiyotaka?).
  • Hiso (ヒソ Hiso?): A mistress of the Gen Jū Pixie-Ken (幻獣ピクシー拳 Gen Jū Pikushīken?), whose style uses blades. Though Mere's apprentice, which she referred as an honor, her true loyalty lies with Long, by aiding him with an attempt to keep the others away from him and Rio. But she ends up being destroyed by the entire Geki Beast group. Her name is based on Fēi Shŭ (飛鼠) of the Shan Hai Jing, and motif is the Rabbit of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Keiko Han (潘 恵子 Han Keiko?).

Long's Genshi

  • Dorou (ドロウ Dorō?): A master of the Gen Jū Capricorn-Ken (幻獣カプリコーン拳 Gen Jū Kapurikōnken?), which revolves on Chinese alchemy and twist attacks that alter energy currents. Because of the long times he spends in his cave, Dorou is unable to correctly interact with others (with the exception of Sojo) and has developed a rather eccentric personality, frequently using 2chan expressions and words. He managed to create Dorou Grains for Sojo to use to transfer people into his gourds for the Scream Program, making their victims scream to increase Genki. He was killed by the Geki Beasts. His name is based on Tŭ Lóu (土螻) of the Shan Hai Jing, and motif is the Goat of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Tetsu Inada (稲田 徹 Inada Tetsu?).
  • Sojo (ソジョ Sojo?): A master of the Gen Jū Afanc-Ken (幻獣アーヴァンク拳 Gen Jū Āvankuken?) which uses lightning and spin attacks and has energy absorbing abilities, Sojo is the hyperactive aid of Dorou. Sojo, just like Dorou, has become unable to interact with others because of his reclusion, and speaks in short childish words, however, he can communicate perfectly with Dorou. After being sent to attack the city, purposely allowed himself to be attacked by the Gekirangers with his teeth sucking up the Fierce Ki and Violet Ki for Dorou to create his Dorou Grains. Though he survived the Geki Beasts' attack, Sojo was killed by SaiDaiGeki Tohja. His name is based on Jū Rú (狙如) of the Shan Hai Jing, and motif is the Rat of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Kyousei Tsukui (津久井 教生 Tsukui Kyōsei?).

Suugu's Genshi

  • Shuen (シュエン Shuen?): A maniacal prankster who mastered the Gen Jū Hanuman-Ken (幻獣ハヌマーン拳 Gen Jū Hanumānken?), which uses a Bōjutsu fighting style and various Gengi in homage to Sun Wukong, one of which is cloning Gengi move. Because of his mischievous personality, there are sometimes in which Shuen himself doesn't distinguish between himself and his clones. He was sent to cause mayhem with his clone Gengi on Christmas Eve to gather screams until the Gekirangers' interference caused him to withdraw via arson and encounter Ken, who took the Phantom's attempt to ruin the holidays personal and defeated him. But Shuen enlarges and was frozen solid by SaiDaiOh before SaiDaiGeki Fire delivered the deathblow. His name is based on Zhū Yàn (朱厭) of the Shan Hai Jing, and motif is the Monkey of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Hiroyuki Shibamoto (柴本 浩行 Shibamoto Hiroyuki?).
  • Kou (コウ ?): A serious master of the Gen Jū Cerberus-Ken (幻獣ケルベロス拳 Gen Jū Keruberosuken?), able to use chakram shock collars in his Gengi, each as powerful as a Rinrinshi. He shows a grudge towards Mere when he was introduced since she killed his older brother Braco, but is more interested in proving that he is Genshou material, being just as ambitious as his brother. On Mere's suggestion, Kou uses his powers to cause fear among the people. He battled Geki Chopper, Geki Blue, and Geki Yellow, and was defeated by them before being killed by SaiDaiOh. His name is based on Jiǎo () of the Shan Hai Jing, and motif is the Dog of the Earthly Branches. Voiced by Kunihiko Yasui (安井 邦彦 Yasui Kunihiko?).

Gengi

Gengi (ゲンギ(幻技) Gengi?, Mythical Techniques) are the Gen Jūken's counterparts to Ringi.

Common Gengi

  • Mystic Body Overpowering Heavenly Change (幻身豪天変 Genshin Gōten Hen?): Enlargement Gengi.
  • Mystic Release (幻開放 Genkaihō?): Exposes master's Genki in its entirety.

Gryphon-Ken Gengi

These Gengi are performed by Rio:

  • Genki Triumphant Armor (幻気凱装 Genki Gaisō?): Rio's transformation Gengi that allows him to assume Gen Jū King form, bypassing his Black Lion form.
  • Divine Smite Assault (破天攻 Hatenkō?): A one-hit attack.(prounonced datengo)

Dragon-Ken Gengi

These Gengi are performed by Long, manifesting his Ki in non-violent ways (outside of his Gengi, Long also manifested his Ki naturally in lightning attacks):

  • Cursed Smoke Emission (呪煙吐 Juendo?): Allows Long to create a golden cloud of Genki, using it to subjugate the target to his will. The Gengi was first used on Gou, forcing him to resume his werewolf form.
  • Turn Phantom-Storage (転臨幻納 Tenrin Gennō?): A coordinator's move, converting the target's qi into Genki during the Blood-Oath Ceremony.
  • All Soul Concentration (全魂集結 Zenkon Shūketsu?): Long used this Gengi to revive Dan's soul and give it form as Suugu.

Phoenix-Ken Gengi

These Gengi are performed by Mere:

  • Genki Filling (幻気充填 Genki Jūten?): Mere uses it to transform into her Mythical General form, bypassing her Beastman form.
  • Flame General Fearful Desire (火将危願 Hishō Kigan?): Mere's Gengi that projects her Genki as a phoenix to consume her opponents in its flames.

Basilisk-Ken Gengi

These Gengi are performed by Sanyo:

  • Big-Heavy Slowdown (大重鈍化 Daijūdonka?): Opponents' gravity is increased to crush them.
  • Small-Light Violent Change (小軽鋭化 Shōkeieika?): Opponents' gravity is reduced enough to be blown away.
  • Anti-Gravity Armor (反重力鎧 Han Jūryoku Gai?): Uses gravity to deflect Ki-based attacks.
  • Graviton (蔵備頓 Gurabiton?): Alters the surrounding gravity of the area to crush his opponents.

Chimera-Ken Gengi

Suugu's Gengi allows him to use both Geki Waza and Ringi:

  • Geki jū Tiger-Ken Style: Gun-Gun Bullet (砲砲弾 Hō Hō Dan?)
  • Rinjū Scorpion-Ken Style: Crimson Lotus Vermilion Whip Kick (紅蓮朱鞭脚 Guren Shuben Kyaku?)
  • Rinjū Toad-Ken Style: Oily Body-Armor (体油包 Taiyūpao?)
  • Rinjū Crocodile-Ken Style: Mudbank Torso Snapping (泥州胴折り Desudō Ori?)

Other Styles' Gengi

  • Gouyu's Ceto-Ken Style: Thunder-Boom Wave (拷雷震 Gōraishin?)
  • Shiyuu's Minotaur-Ken Style: Turn Reversal (転身反 Tenshinhan?) allows Shiyuu to use a person's reflection to create a clone of himself that can assume the form of his target. The reflection-clones' existence depend on the target remaining trapped in the mirror world.
  • Haku's Unicorn-Ken Style: Mythical Invitation-Wave (夢幻招来波 Mugen Shōraiha?) allows Haku to take control of children with the horn on his shoulder armor, Great Sharp-Horn Spin (大鋭角断 Dai Eikakudan?), and Mystic Force Strong-Excelling Wave (幻力豪豪波 Genriki Gōgōha?)
  • Hiso's Pixie-Ken Style: True Sword Soaring Dance (真剣翔舞 Shinken Shōbu?) and Thrust Sword Absorb (突剣呑 Tsukken Don?)
  • Dorou's Capricorn-Ken Style: Instant Write-Call (即書呼 Sokukakiko?, Used to make calculations), Training Horse Spin (練馬繰 Nerimakuri?, Disarming attack), Training Horse Spin: Pain (練馬繰・痛 Nerimakuri Tsū?), and Full-Body Training Horse Spin (全身練馬繰 Zenshin Nerimakuri?, Combo)
  • Sojo's Addanc-Ken Style: Ready Separate Beauty Advantage (備離美利 Biribiri?) (lightning attack), Implement Style Risk Halt (具流虞留 Guruguru?, spin attack), Strikeless Descend Illusion (打無堕夢 Damudamu?, Illision), Full-Body Training Horse Spin (全身練馬繰 Zenshin Nerimakuri?, Combo), and Implement Style Risk Halt Ready Separate Beauty Advantage (具流虞留備離美利 Guruguru Biribiri?, Lightning/spin attack).
  • Shuen's Hanuman-Ken Style: Wild-Hair Clone Change (毛猛分身変 Mōmō Bunshin Hen?) allows the user to use strands of hair to create a limitless number of clones while Great Ape Game (大猿回 Daienkai?) gives the user great speed to avoid attacks. By using a staff, Shuen can perform both Indian Spin (天軸転 Tenjikuten?) and Explosive Flame Saiyūki (爆炎彩遊鬼 Bakuen Saiyūki?).
  • Kou's Cerberus-Ken Style: Rapid Foolish Flow (迅愚流 Jinguru?)

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