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Sazer Visuel (セイザーヴィジュエル?), real name Ran Saotome Seizā Visjiyueru (早乙女蘭?) is a earth-based GranSazer created by Saotome RanToho who first appeared in episode 5 of the 2003 tokusatsu kaiju series, Super Star God GranSazer titled Burn! The Policeman's Soul.
Ran Saotome is a young quirky college student who met the Sazers when her childhood friend was accused of a crime which Gou Kamaiya & his policeman partner Nanami were investigating. At first she was abducted by Karin & the Wind Tribe to be their ally, but she eventually fled. In order to protect Gou from a trigger-happy criminal, she transformed into Sazer Visuel. Despite her seemingly carefree nature, she can be very serious & devoted & can tap into the Crystal Slab, eventually revealing the full story behind the Ancient War. When Warp Monarch begins its final assault, Ran originally fell for the deception that she was a descendant of the Bosquito, but it was later found out that she is the Communicator & thus can communicate with the Warp Monarch itself for Earth's sake.
Ran Saotome reprises her role as Sazer Visuel to assist her fellow Sazers, the Justirisers, and Sazer X.
Sazer Visuel, like all GranSazers, owns a Knuckle Riser which transforms her.
Sazer Visuel possesses a pair of long, sharp claws that are attached to her hands called the Lady Claw which can be used to perform the "Night Scratch" attack which is a powerful claw slash.
- Super Star God GranSazer
- Super Fleet Sazer-X the Movie: Fight! Star Soldiers
- Super Star God GranSazers: Super Battle Memory
- Main article: Sazer Visuel/Gallery.
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