Baransha (バランシャ, Baransha) and Garza (ガルザ, Garza) are a mamodo and human pair seen in the Zatch Bell! anime and manga. They resemble a panther and hunter pair. Baransha and Garza have first appeared in episode 39 and made a cameo in episode 54. Baransha's voice actor is Debi Mae West (Yuriko Yamaguchi in the original version), and Garza's voice actor is Michael Sorich (Kenta Miyake in the original).
Baransha(pronounced Balansha) and Garza lure Zatch and Kiyo to their "hunting ground" using an invitation to a vacation at a hot springs. When they arrive, Baransha leaves an invitation to a secret spa spot in the forest. When Zatch and Kiyo go to check it out, Baransha attacks Kiyo with Wokeru and destroys the bridge. She then used her invisibility spell, Gu Riaruk, as cover to attack Kiyo unseen. After Kiyo traces their movements using a smell coated on them by foul smelling nuts and Zatch's sharp smelling, the pair are defeated by Bao Zakeruga, but they survive and manage to run away without getting their book burned (In the anime, they jump from a cliff into nearby river before getting hit by Bao Zakerga).
After some time, they come across Ibaris. They mention how strong he is and how they feel anger in his attacks. After both mamodo use their ultimate spells, they are surrounded by Babiru, Kalura and Denshin. Garza is confused by the sudden appearance of the mamodo and Byonko explains tha the mamodo have no interest except destroying Baransha's book, shortly before the quartet defeats Baransha and burns her book.
Garza is shown among the bookowners to recieve a letter from their mamodo. He now also has a cat with a similar appearance to his previous mamodo. In the mamodo world, she is shown dancing with Yopopo and other mamodo. She is also seen in a picture with all the mamodo, pictured by Zatch and given to Kiyo.
When Baransha and Garza fought Zatch and Kiyo, he wore a deer-shaped hat. This way he could hide under a bush and look like a harmless deer. However, when he fights the Ancient Mamodo, he wears a giraffe hat instead.