|This article is about a/an weapon in Kamen Rider OOO.|
This weapon can shoot fireballs and medal-like projectiles, project streams of fire, guard against attacks, and, when used for physical attacks, adds fire to OOO's punches.
The Taja Spinner is composed of the following parts:
- O Crown (オークラウン Ō Kuraun) - A silver medal holding unit that is accessed by lifting the Tajadol Face. It contains seven medal slots which O Medals can be inserted into. The O Crown acts as a sort of energy accelerator, enhancing the power of each O Medal inserted into it. When it spins, it converge the powers of multiple O Medals from different Combos into one, allowing for unique attacks.
- Tajadol Face (タジャドルフェイス Tajadoru Feisu) - A red shield cover bearing the likeness of OOO Tajadol's symbol. It has extremely high strength and can even deflect and bounce off any energy or physical attacks. Due to it's high strength, the Tajadol Face is placed over the O Crown to prevent O Medal energy from leaking out.
- Force Drawer (フォースドロワー Fōsu Dorowā) - The Taja Spinner's lever used to rotate the O Crown. When O Medals are inserted into the O Crown, the Force Drawer can be pulled, cancelling any limiters inside the Taja Spinner. Once the Force Drawer is pulled, the O Crown spins, releasing and amplifying O Medal energy for attacks.
- Spinner Sensor (スピナセンサー Supina Sensā) - A mechanism that is installed on the rear end of the Tajadol Face towards its 'tail feathers'. Along with the Force Drawer, it is one of the two safety devices used to control the Taja Spinner. The Spinner Sensor prevents anyone other than OOO from opening the Taja Spinner.
- Spinner Back Frame (スピナーバックフレーム Supinā Bakku Furēmu) - A frame installed located on the back of the Taja Spinner, it possesses high durability, able to withstand the rotation forces of the O Crown and release of O Medal power. It's main purpose is to keep the Taja Spinner from falling apart.
- Gold Circle Lens (ゴルドサークレンス Gorudo Sākurensu) - The golden frame surrounding the Tajadol Face. It is a shield device meant to contain O Medal energy in, preventing dangerous amounts of energy from leaking out uncontrollably.
- Scanning Field (スキャニングフィールド Sukyaningu Fīrudo) - A magnetic field generator installed on the Tajadol Face. When performing a Giga Scan, the Scanning Field prevents the O Medals' energy from overwhelming the O Scanner by generating a magnetic field.
- Revol Stone (リボルストーン Riboru Sutōn) - A stone embedded on top of the Tajadol Spinner towards the front. It is a prism that spins the O Crown when the O Scanner is pressed against the Tajadol Spinner, activating Giga Scans.
- Grapple Gant (グラップルガント Gurappuru Ganto) - The Taja Spinner's grip. It includes a switch that OOO can push to fire energy bullets.
By placing seven O Medals into its O Crown (オークラウン Ō Kuraun) and then using the O Scanner, OOO can initiate a Giga Scan (ギガスキャン Giga Sukyan) finishing move, which continuously draws power from the O Medals placed into the Taja Spinner.
- When OOO loaned the Gokaigers his Core Medals which temporarily transformed into Rider Keys, Gokai Red used the Tajadol Ranger Key to initiate a Giga Scan in the Gokai Galleon Buster, unleashing a Rising Strike finisher which ultimately destroyed Rider Hunter Silva.
If Ankh's Core Medals are placed in the Taja Spinner for a Giga Scan, OOO can perform the Magna Blaze (マグナブレイズ Maguna Bureizu), generating a phoenix-like aura around him before charging at an opponent and striking them. A Giga Scan can be performed by using only Cell Medals for a non-elemental attack, but it won't be as powerful as a Core Medal-fueled Giga Scan.
In the final battle with Dr. Maki, Eiji uses all seven of the Purple Core Medals within his body (3 Ptera Medals and 2 Tricera and Tyranno Medals each) to perform the Lost Blaze (ロストブレイズ Rosuto Bureizu) Giga Scan, which launched the Medals at Maki, creating a black hole upon impact and destroying Maki as well as sucking all the Core Medals (save Ankh's Taka Medal) into the future.
Behind the Scenes
The name given for this item in Hyper Hobby magazine's February 2011 issue is the "Tajyaspiner". "Tajya Spinner" has also appeared in Uchusen, volume 131.