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Ultraman Zoffy

Zoffy is Ultraman's chief on the Land of Light and upon his first appearance was referred to as "Commander" by the hero. When Ultraman became desperate in his tough fight against Z-Ton, Zoffy came to Earth to rescue him. While he arrived too late to help Ultraman battle the creature, he was able to save his subordinate's life by temporarily separating him from his human host so he could be treated properly at their homeworld.

Zoffy would appear many times during the various Ultra Series, normally do help combat a dire threat. He was not always so lucky in these appearances, being killed on a few occasions and having to be rescued himself. Over the years, more information was learned about Zoffy, such as the various metallic studs on his shoulders and chest being medals of honour and that while the superior of many of the Ultras (including Ultraman Taro, Ultraman Ace and Ultraman), Zoffy himself reports to the Father of Ultra.

As captain of the Ultras, he was responsible for sending many Ultras to Earth to defend it. He has never taken a human form (like Ultraseven did) or taken a human host (like many Ultras, including the original Ultraman) did, until the end of the series featuring Ultraman Mebius, where he and Shingo Sakomizu - Commander of the new Crew GUYS, merged and participated in the final battle against Emperor Seijin, combining the power of his M78 Beam with Mebius Phoenix Brave's Mebium-Knight Shot to destroy Emperor Seijin. He generally borrows a human's form on occasions when he needs to meet with his fellows as humans. Apparently strict and somewhat humourless, Zoffy takes his job seriously, as demonstrated when he considered using his authority to strip Ultraman Taro of his position for various offences.

Ultraman Zoffy's Statistics

  • Height: 45 meters
  • Weight: 40,000 tonnes
  • Age: 25,000 Earth years old
  • Flying Speed: Mach 10
  • Running Speed: 650 kilometers per hour
  • Swimming Speed: 300 knots
  • Jump Ceiling: 450 meters
  • Physical Strength: can lift a 160,000-ton tanker