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- Italian Tv dub name: Piranha (Strange name for a turtle...)
Super-God Masterforce cartoon
- Voice actor: Masato Hirano (Japanese)
He laughs. And laughs. And laughs. And King Poseidon enters...
Super-God Masterforce comic
- Turtler (Seacon, 1988)
- Japanese ID number: D-312
- Accessories: Blaster, sword, half-shell shield/chestplate, 2 footplates, L & R combiner fists, super robot head
- Identical to the Hasbro-release Seacon Snaptrap, Turtler transforms into a tortoise. His back shell features twin reciprocating cannons that are activated by moving a small lever. His large black rifle can be mounted on the rear half of the shell. All four of his legs are articulated, the beast mode head is articulated at the neck and has an opening jaw. In robot mode he is armed with his rifle and large sword. The rear half of the turtle shell can fitted on his shoulders as a shield.
- Since he uses the Scramble City style of combination, he can be used to form the torso of any compatible super robot, though seemingly no matter the limb combination used, the super robot itself would still be "King Poseidon".
- King Poseidon (Gift-set, 1988)
- Japanese ID number: D-318
- Unlike the Hasbro Seacon box-set, which excludes Nautilator, the Takara King Poseidon box-set comes with all six members of the team; Turtler, Gulf, Kraken, Lobclaw, Overbite and Tentakil . The individuals are identical to their individually boxed releases.
- Turtler is the only Masterforce Seacon to ever show up in robot mode in-fiction — but only in the manga. And only in a single panel where he lead the Scramble City-type combiners and ordered them to form into Scramble 7.