Hades Warrior God Ifrit was the most fiery spirited of the Infershia Pantheon. A fire demon who uses a club with a ball and chain as his weapon. One of the Five Warrior Gods, he was the first Hades God Phantom Spy Vancuria encountered, and became very upset over her trespassing. The first of the Hades Gods chosen to challenge the Magirangers and bring their wrath upon humans. He could evaporate anything he glared at, and was even able to withstand MagiLegend's Fire Tornado. To be merciful, Ifrit lit a tower on fire that represented the time that the surface realm had to repent and beg for their lives before he would begin his Divine Punishment, and burn everything to ash. To be sporting, and to enhance his own enjoyment, Ifrit lit another tower on fire, saying that he would destroy the rangers before the tower was consumed. He also promised to tell the rangers where their mother was should they defeat him. Since the fire had died down as he prolonged his fight for too long, Hades Goddess Sphinx passed judgment and declares that Ifrit must now atone for his transgression with his life. Hades God Dagon then threw his trident at Ifrit's image in the Slab of Judgment, and killed him in order to maintain the Dark Precept. Before Ifrit turned to stone and blew up, he revealed to the Magirangers that one of the other Hades Gods has their mother captive in "a garden of thorns".
He is revived and summoned as a member of the Black Cross Army during the events of Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle. He is destroyed by Dyna Robo, Flash King, DaiBouken, and Battle Fever Robo.
- His voice actor, Tetsu Inada, also portrayed Doggie Kruger in the previous season, Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger.
- Both appeared in Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle: Kruger as one of the Extra Heroes during the Legend War, Ifrit as one of the giants revived during the culminating fight with the Sentai mechs.
- Magma - Power Rangers counterpart in Mystic Force.