Chojin Kyodo Power

Chōjin Kyōdo (超人強度), literally Superhuman Strength and known as Chojin Power Levels in some fansubs of Kinnikuman, is the system for measuring the strength of Chojin. They are measured by units called Power (パワー) (ex: 950,000 Power).


The existence of Chōjin Kyōdo is first mentioned during the Warsman/Buffaloman fight during the Seven Akuma Chojin Arc. Warsman, being the Chōjin Olympics runner-up and a big-wheel in the Chōjin World, has the highest Kyōdo amongst the Idol Choujin (1,000,000 Power). Buffaloman, however, possessed a 10,000,000 Power

From then on in the series, when new Chōjins appear their personal Kyōdo is noted. In the final story arc, Survivor Match for the Kinniku Throne, Chōjins with a 100,000,000 Power appear but are defeated by Kinnikuman, Robin Mask, and others with less than 1,000,000 Power, leading many fans to believe that the Kyōdos had very little to do with a Chōjins abilities after all. In the sequel, Kinnikuman Nisei, the concept of Chōjin Kyōdo is continued, but although each Chōjin's personal Kyōdo is noted it is almost never important to the story and they are rarely far away from the 1,000,000 mark.

Notable Uses of Chōjin Kyōdo

  • Buffaloman's Kinniku Buster Reversal requires him to increase his Chōjin Kyōdo 10-fold.
  • Buffaloman was originally a regular 1,000,000 Power Chōjin, but was promised 1,000,000 Power from Satan for each Chōjin he defeated, leading to his trademark 10,000,000 Power.
  • During the Akuma Chōjin Arc, Buffaloman was shown to be able to raise and lower his Chōjin Kyōdo from 0 to 10,000,000 at will. When lowered to 0, he could move so fast no one could see him.
  • Chōjins can give amounts of their Power to other Chōjins, and if they use an amount equal to a deceased Chōjin's Kyodo they can be revived. This does not work on regular humans.

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Main Chōjins' Kyōdo

The confirmed highest Chōjin Kyōdo is the Chōjin Gods' 100,000,000 Power, while the smallest is Kani Base's 2 Power. Most Kyōdo are listed in the 10,000 Power.

Below are the Chōjin Kyōdos that are particularly significant to the story.

For individual Chōjin's Chōjin Kyōdo, see List of Kinnikuman characters and List of Kinnikuman Nisei characters.

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