|This article belongs to the Classic Continuity|
To'kustars are gigantic humanoid creatures with four-fingered hands and extremely muscular bodies that generally have a white base color for their body, face, limbs, and hands with details such as their torso and legs stripes, shoulder spots, stum-like feet, head and shoulder blades, in a primary or secondary color. Some of them have pieces of metal colored armor.[DJW 1]
To'kustars are nonviolent beings, and so are commonly known as "gentle giants".
To'kustars live alone at the edge of the galaxy, silently guarding against threats from beyond.[DJW 2]
Powers and Abilities
To'kustars have thick skin, which is resistant to most attacks, whether they be physical or energy, and possess extraordinary strength, even in proportion to their size. Their strength allows them to defeat a normal-sized army and lift objects and creatures around their own size with little effort, and even throw them into space.
To'kustars can blast strong cosmic rays powerful enough to obliterate spaceships and planets. In Ultimate Alien, this move was executed by positioning their arms into an L shape. In Omniverse, this is changed into an X shaped arm position.
To'kustars can create and control cosmic storms, which can also be used for inhabitation and transportation.
If a To'kustar's head fin is damaged, it causes paralyzing pain throughout their body.
Despite their immense durability, To'kustars are still vulnerable to foes with sufficient strength.
When fighting, To'kustars can easily destroy buildings around them, sometimes causing tremendous amounts of harm.
- Way Big (the Omnitrix's DNA sample of a To'kustar)
- Evil Way Big (Azmuth as a To'kustar)
Notable Mutated To'kustars
Notable To'kustar Hybrids
Naming and Translations
|Spanish (HA)|| Tokustar|
Kustar (The Frogs of War: Part 1)
Toku Estrella (said by Servantis in Weapon XI: Part 2)
| From the original English name; pronounced /'tokʊstar/ or /tokʊs'tar/.|
Dub error; pronounded /kʊs'tar/.
From toku (see Etymology) and estrella, star.
The name To'kustar is a play on "tokusatsu" a genre of Japanese cinema that relies on special effects which is often shortened to "toku" and the word star. To'kustars are similar visually and in power set to the original Ultraman, a "Star" of the "Toku" genre.
- To'kustars are the ultra-rarest species in the universe.[pop-up 2]
- In Omniverse, To'kustar is pronounced "tock-ess-star".