The Replica Getter Robos are a limited mass-produced mech used in The Knights of the Multiverse. They are three Super Robots were created by the New Photon/Saotome Labs and the EDC modeled after the original Getter Robo while using Photon Energy, both as a memorial to the original Getter and for the Getter Team to use if they should choose to return to the battlefield. The one used by Ryoma Nagare would be customized into the Black Getter.



Season 1

Season 2

Season 3


Getter One


  • Getter Wing

The MP Getter ejects a large, red cape from its backside that allows it to fly.

  • Getter Tomahawk

The MP Getter ejects one or two axes, both kept in its shoulders, and uses them as melee weapons.

  • Tomahawk Boomerang
  • Getter Beam
  • Photon Beam

New to the original Getter's arsenal, a pair of photon beams streak from the antennas on both sides of its head.

Getter Two

  • Getter Arm

Getter-2 can use its claw as a crushing weapon.

  • Getter Drill/Drill Arm

Getter-2 strikes an enemy with the drill attached to its left arm.

  • Drill Punch

The drill spins quickly and is launched at an opponent like a rocket. The aftereffects of the attack vary by series and battle - sometimes the drill returns to the Getter, sometimes it falls to the ground, and sometimes it explodes. Losing the drill does not prevent the Getter from changing forms.

  • Drill Storm

The drill spins at extremely high speeds, creating a tornado extending forward from the tip. Enemies caught in the winds are immobilized.

  • Mach Special

Moving at high-speeds as high as Mach 3, Getter-2 can create afterimages of itself to confuse opponents.

Getter Three

  • Machine Guns

Getter-3 can fire the machine guns on the "tank" part of its body.

  • Getter Missile

Getter-3 fires a pair of missiles attached to the sides of its head.

  • Extendable Arms

Getter-3 is able to extend its arms to large distances, making it perfect for opponents from far away or delivering strong punches.

  • Daisetsuzan Oroshi

Getter-3 grabs an enemy and uses its extending arms to spin them above its head, followed by a devastating throw attack.

Getter Change

Though they are meant to act as three separate units compared to the original Getter, all three units are still able to separate into three components - Eagle/red, Jaguar/white, and Bear/yellow - and are able to combine with each other.


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