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Icon-ryuuki.png This article is about a Mirror Monster in Kamen Rider Ryuki.

The Sheerghosts (シアゴースト, Shiagōsuto) are the Mirror monsters that modeled after Dragonflies, make their presence known in the Rider War end game, where Yui's new life is almost used up. They are able to shoot silk from their mouths to escape or capture prey.


The first two were encountered in episode 41 where one was destroyed by Kamen Rider Ryuki Survive's Meteorbullet while the second one was destroyed by Impaler's Drive Divider. From the end of episode 43 to the beginning of episode 44, some Sheerghosts were among the Mirror Monsters that converged on Yui only to be repelled by the Mirror Monsters on Kanzaki's side while one helped to protect Yui. In episode 45, three Sheerghosts tried to attack Yui only to be destroyed by Knight's Hishou Zan and Ryuki Survive's Meteorbullet. At the same time, a bunch of them were destroyed by Zolda's End of World. In episode 46, a bunch of them crashed the fight between Kamen Rider Knight, Kamen Rider Zolda, and Kamen Rider Ouja. The ones that engaged Kamen Riders Ouja and Zolda were destroyed by a Veno Crash / Gigalauncher combo. The ones that fought Kamen Rider Knight were destroyed by his Hishou Zan while the others were destroyed by Ryuki's Dragon Claw Fire. In episode 47, a bunch of them attacked Ryuki Survive and Knight Survive, but they managed to give the Sheerghosts the slip. Those Sheerghosts then crouched down on the ground and evolved into Raydragoons.

Kamen Rider Decade

Sheerghost, among many other revived monsters, was part of the Dai-Shocker army in the World of Decade that was fought and wiped out by a gathering of 25 Kamen Riders. Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker

Kamen Rider Wizard

A pair of Sheerghosts were among Amadum's human-turned monsters in the world within the Magic Stone. They appeared as part of the group of monsters that tried to capture the boy and girl along with the Rider Rings they were carrying. They ended up fighting Kamen Riders Wizard and Beast, who also intended to take the Rider Rings to prevent the monsters spilling out into the prime world. The boy proceeded to summon Hibiki, Kiva, and Den-O, then Kuuga, Agito, and Blade to fight both the monsters and Wizard and Beast. When the children called to the sky for help, Kota Kazuraba heard them and appeared in their world as Kamen Rider Gaim. He proceeded to take on all the monsters by himself, finishing them off before introducing himself as Gaim. The Kamen Rider Rings



  • Height: 225 cm
  • Weight: 145 kg




Main article: Raydragoons (Ryuki)

Raydragoons (レイドラグーン, Reidoragūn): Blue dragonfly monsters with dragonfly tails on the back of their heads that are the evolved forms of the Sheerghosts. They have blade-like structures on their forearms and are capable of flight. They first appeared in episode 47 where they evolved from the Sheerghosts that pursued Ryuki and Knight. In episode 48, a bunch of them fought Kamen Rider Ouja and were defeated. In episode 49, the Raydragoons attack the city on the Final Day of the Rider Wars. One stabbed Shinji in the back when he saved a young girl. They were destroyed by Ryuki Survive's Dragon Firestorm and Knight Survive's Shippu Dan.



Main article: Hydragoons

Hydragoons (ハイドラグーン, Haidoragūn): Blue dragonfly monsters that are the alternate evolved forms of the Sheerghosts. The Hydragoons are more dragonfly-like than the other forms and are much larger. They are shown at the end being overpowered by Dragranzer and Darkraider.

Behind the Scenes

Concept Art

Sheerghosts concept art

Sheerghosts was designed by Tamotsu Shinohara (篠原 保, Shinohara Tamotsu).


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