This article is about a/an monster in Kamen Rider, the original series.

Jellydall (クラゲダール Kuragedāru, 29) - A jellyfish monster, and was termed as "Electric Monster" by Colonel Zol. Her emblem is that of a jellyfish, worn on the forehead region of the mask on her squad of Combatants. She was later defeated by Kamen Rider 2's Rider Kick


When a young boy went into a heavily grassed field in search of his dog Poochie, Jellydall is seen spying on the older man who brought him here with her extendable tentacle. After tricking Kota to fall down a cliff, she was spied on by the boy; who saw her electrocute a man with three of her Combatants. The boy then flees. Later, the boy returns and captures pictures of Jellydall, who realizes it and shocks the boy into unconsciousness. Kuragedarl then decides to leave the boy there with the camera, and her picture was soon leaked into the news; though the public dismissed it as a hoax, Jellydall discovered the identity of the boy, revealed to be named Kota. Later, after Kota informs Ichimonji and Taki of Jellydall, who he assumed was an alien, Jellydall intercept the trio on their way to the grass field and fights Kamen Rider 2 for the first time. However, Jellydall's electricity discharge was in no way capable of harming the Rider, as Rider 2's body can withstand up to 50,000 volts. After Taki assists Rider 2, Jellydall decides to retreat for the time being. Later, she arrives at Kota's residence and kidnaps his mother; which she plans to use as bait for the Rider, while other humans she captured on the way were shocked by Colonel Zol to test if they can withstand up to 5,000 volts of pressure for future reconstruction. Kota's mother was then tied to a cross, which was rigged with dynamite, to destroy Rider 2. Taki catches word of this and goes to rescue her. Jellydall then orders for detonation to destroy Taki, but Rider 2 arrives and saves them. Jellydall then immerges and fights with Rider 2, who snaps her tentacle before destroying her with his Rider Kick.


Jellydall can be seen as one of the cockiest of the Shocker monsters, being perfectly fine with allowing her photos to be shown in public, knowing full well that the public would reject it, but it would fall in Ichimonji's hands.


As Colonel Zol termed her suggests, Jellydall can unleash volts of electricity on humans through her tentacle, enough to kill an adult. She can also control the voltage for a knockout.

Behind the Scenes

Jellydall was voiced by Terue Nunami, who also voiced the likes of Bee Woman and the other female monsters, and was portrayed in the suit by an unknown actor.

Appearances in other media

Kamen Rider Manga

Big Machine monitor

Jellydall briefly appeared in Shotaro Ishinomori's original Kamen Rider manga, appearing on one of Big Machine's monitors.


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