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#046 Berzelia #047 Nigella Musa #049 Netaro #050 Nejiro
T1-046-I.gif T1-047-I.gif T1-048-I.gif T1-049-I.gif T1-050-I.gif
Telefang 1 icon.gif Denjuu
T1-048-IS.gif Musa
ムサ / Musa
No. 048 Bootleg: Musa
Stage Techno Denjuu
Type Mountain.gif Mountain
Exp. Item T1-I-11-I.gif Prop Engine
Version Power icon.gif Speed icon.gif

Musa is a Mountain.gif Mountain-type Denjuu, and plays a role in the story of Telefang 1. His design appears to be based off of a dragon turtle.

Name etymology[edit]

Named after the Musa genus, which contains bananas and plantains.

A pre-release advertisement in Comic Bom Bom showed his name to be "Chourou" (チョーロー), meaning elder.


Denjuu Book Description
Telefang 1 ちょうろうのひとり コウラ には ぶきがつまっている
Diamond/Jade KELA hold the weapon in hand.
English Translation An elder Denjuu. Its shell is filled with weapons.
Arrived Phrase
Power/Speed またせたかのー
Diamond/Jade Wait
English Translation Have I made you wait?
Attack Phrase
Power/Speed わしのばんじゃ
Diamond/Jade Me!
English Translation It is my turn...
Favored Item Call
Power/Speed ちょうろうの ムサさまが いるじゃん このまえ ムサさまが 『プロペラエンジン』を つけてみたいって いってたのを きいたよ
Diamond/Jade There is a presbyter named as MUSA, In the former time, I heard from MUSA that he would like add Propeller.
English Translation


This Denjuu is obtained from the secret phone number 05*-#492-634*1, and therefore cannot be nicknamed unless traded. He is always obtained at level 20, with a T1-p02.gif Carefree personality. Musa's home area is Toronko Village.

The phone number was originally revealed in the November 2000 issue of Comic Bom Bom. It was also printed in the first and last volumes of the Telefang manga, and can now be found on the official Telefang website.


Moves of Musa
From start Horn
From start Protect
From start EM Wave
From start Missile Pod

Base Stats[edit]

Stat Base Stats Growth per 2 levels Max
Denjuu Most Denjuu Most Denjuu Most
Hit Points 42
46 3
4 189
Speed 11
20 1
2 60
Attack 18
22 2
3 116
Defense 10
20 2
3 108
Denma Attack 20
22 3
3 167
Denma Defense 18
20 3
3 165
Total 119
137 14
16 805
See Telefang 1 Denjuu by: base stats | stat growth | max stats

Exp. Items[edit]

T1-I-11-I.gif Prop Engine, T1-I-13-I.gif Battery, T1-I-18-I.gif Phone, T1-I-23-I.gif Ray Gun, T1-I-29-I.gif Phone Card, T1-I-49-I.gif Game Machine, T1-I-50-I.gif Plush Toy, T1-I-51-I.gif BomBom, T1-I-54-I.gif Lunatium, T1-I-56-I.gif Round Metal, T1-I-57-I.gif Titanuum


In the manga[edit]

Musa with an Antenna Tree sapling

In the first chapter of the Telefang 1 manga, Shigeki and Matsukiyo meet Musa after they arrive in Toronko Village. Loosely following the plot in the game, Musa asks Shigeki to wake Netaro, assigning a Punica to help him.

Musa later appears again in chapter 6, in a meeting with the other three Elders (Hiyu, Zea, and Kaya.)

In chapter 10, Musa talks with Kai and Angios after their destruction of Toronko Village. During chapter 11, Musa is revealed in flashbacks of Crypto's life as having raised him.

Musa meets angrily with Kaya, the injured Hiyu, Sanaeba, and two Beebalm in chapter 14.