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This article is about a/an Gurongi in Kamen Rider Kuuga.

Me-Garume-Re (メ・ガルメ・レ Me Garume Re)[1], known to the police as Unidentified Life Form #31 (未確認生命体第31号 Mikakunin Seimeitai Dai Sanjūichigō) and B4 (B群4号 Bīgun Yongō), is a chameleon Gurongi who takes the form of a man with wild platinum blonde hair. He was originally known as Zu-Garume-Re (ズ・ガルメ・レ Zu Garume Re) but was promoted to a Me between the games of Unidentified Life Forms Zu-Gazubo-De and Zu-Daago-Gi. He desires to become a Go and played a part in murdering Nana Asahina's acting teacher.

Garume's turn came as he uses his cloaking abilities to hide at high areas and killed his victims by hanging them by his tongue and smashing their heads against a surface. He announced his next killing location to the police, moving to Komazawa Square and then the Central Tower.

Learning of a five-minute window, the police attempt to use flash grenades to disrupt Garume's chromatic cellular makeup while learning the reason for the Gurongi attacks. Though the visible Garume outruns the police, he runs into Kuuga as they battle. But once Garume recovers his ability, he turns invisible again to escape, Garume is killed by Kuuga's Gouram-aided Blast Pegasus.

The encounter with Garume, who tends to speak in Japanese, together with Ichijo's experience with Baruba, lead to the police to realize that the Gurongi are capable of speaking their language as well, and that humans (which they refer to as Linto) are just part of their hunting game.
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Me-Garume-Re's tattoo

Kamen Rider Decade

World of Kuuga

At least one Me-Garume-Re was part of a group of human-turned Gurongi created when they were exposed to N-Gamio-Zeda's miasma. Some were later absorbed by him in a last effort to defeat Kuuga and Decade. The remaining Gurongi died after Gamio was defeated. Transcendence

Video game appearances

Kamen Rider Kuuga video game

Me-Garume-Re appears as an unlockable character in the Kamen Rider Kuuga video game.

Suits & Designs

Notes

  • His name is based on the English word "chameleon" (カメレオン Kamereon).

References

Icon-kuuga Kamen Rider Kuuga
Riku - Yusuke Godai
Arcle | Gouram | TryChaser 2000 | BeatChaser 2000
Tokyo Police Department
Kaoru Ichijo - Hikari Enokida - Sadao Matsukura - Morimichi Sugita - Tsuyoshi Sakurai - Nozomi Sasayama
Other allies and characters
Sakurako Sawatari | Minori Godai | Shuichi Tsubaki | Tamasaburo Kazari | Nana Asahina | Jean Michel Sorrel | Mika Natsume | Shoji Kanzaki | Junichi Chono
N-Daguva-Zeba
Nu-Zajio-Re
Ra Group

Ra-Baruba-De | Ra-Dorudo-Gu

Zu Group

Zu-Gumun-Ba | Zu-Gooma-Gu | Zu-Mebio-Da | Zu-Badzu-Ba | Zu-Zain-Da

Me Group

Me-Badjisu-Ba | Me-Giiga-Gi | Me-Biran-Gi | Me-Gyarido-Gi | Me-Gadora-Da | Me-Ginoga-De | Me-Garume-Re | Me-Garima-Ba

Go Group

Go-Buuro-Gu | Go-Bemiu-Gi | Go-Gamego-Re | Go-Badaa-Ba | Go-Jaraji-Da | Go-Zazaru-Ba | Go-Jaaza-Gi | Go-Baberu-Da | Go-Gadoru-Ba

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