Kumasogami (クマソガミ?, Kumasogami) is a lava kaiju created by Toho Studios that first appeared in the 1994 film Yamato Takeru, and later appeared on the 1998 Godzilla television series, Godzilla Island, where he was referred to as Dororin (ドロリン?, Dororin)
The people of the kingdom of Kumaso would give a young girl to Kumasogami every once in a while, but when Oto was to be sacrificed to the demigod, Yamato Takeru and his band of warriors came to her rescue, and closed Kumasogami's gates. Kumasogami roared in anger, and broke the gate down, and morphed his hands into a bow and arrows.
As Kumasogami fired on the band of warriors, Oto fired her fireballs, drawing the lave god's attention. Kumasogami turned his hand into a giant sword, and pushed Yamato Takeru to the side. Yamato got angry, and his face changed, and soon, bolts of green energy fired from his eyes and impacted on Kumasogami, blowing the lava god to pieces.
Kumasogami is notable for its lava-like blood, and the ability to morph its hands into a variety of different shapes, including weapons.
Kumasogami can morph his fingers into arrows that are shot from a bow on his wrist and can form a sword from them. These arrows are explosive, although they have not caused anything beyond an injury.
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