History Anime / SDGundamForce

17th Jul '17 12:34:07 PM SouldriveMan
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* BlushStickers: Captain and Shute both have these whenever they get embarrassed.
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* CrazyJealousGuy: This is Zero when [[spoiler:Fake]] Rele gets close to Shute in order to [[spoiler:convince him to give her the White Bagu Bagu]]. Coincidentally, Shute also gets this way whenever somebody other than him gets to eat HIS cake, not even Captain is allowed to have any before him.
17th Jul '17 12:14:35 PM SouldriveMan
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* OfficialCouple: Keiko and Mark. The only husband and wife couple seen in the entire show.
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** Bakunetsumaru makes the Daishogun 200 rice balls as a SNACK.

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** Bakunetsumaru makes the Daishogun 200 rice balls as a SNACK. Though Daishogun ends up eating the entire 7-layer cake Keiko and Sayla bake for him instead.


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** Bakunetsumaru wolfs down an entire 100 rice balls in order to heal his injuries.
** For her birthday Sayla bakes Mayor Margaret a cake almost the size of a castle, to go along with the much smaller one.
17th Jul '17 12:02:32 PM SouldriveMan
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Two video games were produced, though the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=Da
eScar=], {{Exp|y}}ies of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.

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Two video games were produced, though the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=Da
eScar=],
[=DeScar=], {{Exp|y}}ies of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.
17th Jul '17 12:01:54 PM SouldriveMan
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Two video games were produced, though the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=DaScar=], {{Exp|y}}ies of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.

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Two video games were produced, though the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 game is more noteworthy for introducing the dimensional pirates of [=DaScar=], [=Da
eScar=],
{{Exp|y}}ies of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitVictoryGundam V Gundam]]'''s villainous Zanscare Empire, as well as more Expies of more machines from the primary three worlds involved. There was also a manga retelling of the series, as well as a promotional manga called ''Manga/SDGundamForceGaiden'', neither of which were released in the US.
17th Jul '17 12:00:03 PM SouldriveMan
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* OblivioustoLove: Princess Rele ends up developing a crush on Shute, however, he never seems to notice it. [[spoiler:Not even at the end of the show when Rele calls out to him, but Shute ends up leaving her in the dust.]]

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* OblivioustoLove: ObliviousToLove: Princess Rele ends up developing a crush on Shute, however, he never seems to notice it. [[spoiler:Not even at the end of the show when Rele calls out to him, but Shute ends up leaving her in the dust.]]


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* SuperDrowningSkills: In episode 16 we learn Bakunetsumaru and Zero both have no clue how to swim, in season 2 episode 37 [[spoiler: we get the perfect example when Bakunetsumaru flails about on the ground panicking about drowning after a flood of Mmns reunited the Gundam Force in the Garden of Wisdom.]]
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* EggMcGuffin: The Spirit Egg, during the Mystery of Lacroa episodes, is the focus of those episodes because of its importance to the SDG and Zero.


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* OblivioustoLove: Princess Rele ends up developing a crush on Shute, however, he never seems to notice it. [[spoiler:Not even at the end of the show when Rele calls out to him, but Shute ends up leaving her in the dust.]]
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* EggMcGuffin: The Spirit Egg, during the Mystery of Lacroa episodes, is the focus of those episodes because of its importance to the SDG and Zero.

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* EggMcGuffin: The Spirit Egg, during * DualWielding: Bakunetsumaru wields a pair of twin swords, [[spoiler:one of whih is actually one of the Mystery of Lacroa episodes, is Five Sacred Swords passed down to him from his master. Zero also ends up wielding the focus of those episodes because of its importance to the SDG and Zero. Twin Buster Sword when he fuses with Fenn, which can split into two separate swords.]]
27th Jun '17 10:34:35 PM DA
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* NervesOfSteel:[[spoiler:Captain's battle with Sazabi. Though Captain gradually loses ''all'' his equipment (and even an ''arm'') he never changes composure and always seems perfectly fine, while Sazabi gradually freaks out.]] A perfect example from the same fight is when Captain [[spoiler:grabs Sazabi's beam sabers with his, albeit charged up via his Soul Drive, bare hands. Before he squeezes hard enough to destroy the beam sabers, Sazabi lampshades this]]:

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* NervesOfSteel:[[spoiler:Captain's NervesOfSteel: [[spoiler:Captain's battle with Sazabi. Though Captain gradually loses ''all'' his equipment (and even an ''arm'') he never changes composure and always seems perfectly fine, while Sazabi gradually freaks out.]] A perfect example from the same fight is when Captain [[spoiler:grabs Sazabi's beam sabers with his, albeit charged up via his Soul Drive, bare hands. Before he squeezes hard enough to destroy the beam sabers, Sazabi lampshades this]]:



* NeverSayDie: Zigzagged.
** The English dub averts it during the Ashuramaru episodes.
** The English dub tries to hide the fact that Cobramaru attempts ''seppuku'' after his defeat in Season 2.

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* NeverSayDie: Zigzagged. \n** The English dub averts it during the Ashuramaru episodes.
** The English dub
episodes, but then it tries to hide the fact that Cobramaru attempts ''seppuku'' after his defeat in Season 2.



* PokemonSpeak:
** While most of the Zakos and Pawns just say their names as a VerbalTic, a few of the one-scene extras ''only'' say their names.
** The Elmice only say "mouse."
** Played straight with the first Komusai, though it only talked once. The second Komusai made [[TheUnintelligible bizarre gibbering noises]] after getting a dozen control horns stuck on it.



** [[spoiler: Captain with the power of the Superior Dragon on his side.]]

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** [[spoiler: Captain [[spoiler:Captain with the power of the Superior Dragon on his side.]]



* RedemptionEqualsDeath: At first subverted with [[spoiler: Bakunetsumaru's friend, Kujakumaru/Ashuramaru,]] who turns against him because he refuses to follow this trope. Later played straight when [[spoiler:Bakunetsumaru is forced to kill him. Later still when Tallgeese sacrifices himself to free Fenn from Deathscythe's magical cage]]. Depending on whether you're watching the anime or reading the manga, [[spoiler:Gerbera/Madnug at the end will either free himself from brainwashing only to be killed by his boss or sacrifice himself for his boss.]]

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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: At first subverted with [[spoiler: Bakunetsumaru's [[spoiler:Bakunetsumaru's friend, Kujakumaru/Ashuramaru,]] who turns against him because he refuses to follow this trope. Later played straight when [[spoiler:Bakunetsumaru is forced to kill him. Later still when Tallgeese sacrifices himself to free Fenn from Deathscythe's magical cage]]. Depending on whether you're watching the anime or reading the manga, [[spoiler:Gerbera/Madnug at the end will either free himself from brainwashing only to be killed by his boss or sacrifice himself for his boss.]]



** [[spoiler: Madnug/Gerbera is the victim of one of these, depending on whether or not the [=SDGF=] thought one life was worth changing the timeline for. Then again, the vision of the future Shute saw thanks to the Superior Dragon may have been real.]]
** [[spoiler: The Daishougun of Perfect Virtue helped Genkimaru get the bridge of the Gundamusai to Ark from a distance, without Genkimaru seeing him]]

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** [[spoiler: Madnug/Gerbera [[spoiler:Madnug/Gerbera is the victim of one of these, depending on whether or not the [=SDGF=] thought one life was worth changing the timeline for. Then again, the vision of the future Shute saw thanks to the Superior Dragon may have been real.]]
** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Daishougun of Perfect Virtue helped Genkimaru get the bridge of the Gundamusai to Ark from a distance, without Genkimaru seeing him]]



* SuperSentaiStance: The Gundam force does one when introducing themselves to Genkimaru.

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* SuperSentaiStance: The Gundam force does one when introducing themselves to Genkimaru. He is not impressed.



* SynchronizedSwarming: The Bagu-Bagu do this for their attacks.
* TakenForGranite: The Bagu-Bagu turn organic matter to stone and Princess Rele suffers this. [[spoiler: It's reversed later on.]]
* TeenGenius: Bell Wood and Shute are teenagers with impressive technological achivements, but Bell Wood's dimensional gate never works properly.

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* SynchronizedSwarming: The Bagu-Bagu do this for their attacks.
attacks, even forming a giant Bagu-Bagu at times.
* TakenForGranite: The Bagu-Bagu turn organic matter to stone and Princess Rele suffers this. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's reversed later on.]]
* TeenGenius: Bell Wood and Shute are teenagers with impressive technological achivements, achievements, but Bell Wood's dimensional gate never works properly.



* WorldTree: The Spirit Tree of Lacroa is so big that the royal family had its castle built around it, and the town is built on its roots. It was TakenForGranite by the Dark Axis, and the first we hear of it is when the Dark Axis is trying to revive it for some reason. [[spoiler: In the series' second half we learn that the Tree can create Spirit Eggs that give birth to sacred spirits and Knight Gundams. This power was sealed off by the royal family so the Dark Axis couldn't use it to sacrifice Knight Gundams to the General. After the Dark Axis is defeated for good and Lacroa is un-petrified, Princess Rele undoes the seal.]]

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* WorldTree: The Spirit Tree of Lacroa is so big that the royal family had its castle built around it, and the town is built on its roots. It was TakenForGranite by the Dark Axis, and the first we hear of it is when the Dark Axis is trying to revive it for some reason. [[spoiler: In [[spoiler:In the series' second half we learn that the Tree can create Spirit Eggs that give birth to sacred spirits and Knight Gundams. This power was sealed off by the royal family so the Dark Axis couldn't use it to sacrifice Knight Gundams to the General. After the Dark Axis is defeated for good and Lacroa is un-petrified, Princess Rele undoes the seal.]]
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