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16th Mar '17 1:18:14 AM Dravencour
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* The ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'' would give an introduction to pretty much every fight they were about to jump into. While it was different every time in the Dub version, the [[Anime/KyattoNindenTeyandee Japanese version]] had them repeat a uniform motto everytime. The Rescue Team had their own version of this.

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* The ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'' would give an introduction to pretty much every fight they were about to jump into. While it was different every time in the Dub version, the [[Anime/KyattoNindenTeyandee Japanese version]] version, ''Kyattou Ninden Teyandee'' had them repeat a uniform motto everytime. The Rescue Team had their own version of this.
16th Mar '17 1:16:12 AM Dravencour
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* The ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'' would give an introduction to pretty much every fight they were about to jump into. While it was different every time in the Dub version, the Japanese version had them repeat a uniform motto everytime. The Rescue Team had their own version of this.

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* The ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'' would give an introduction to pretty much every fight they were about to jump into. While it was different every time in the Dub version, the [[Anime/KyattoNindenTeyandee Japanese version version]] had them repeat a uniform motto everytime. The Rescue Team had their own version of this.
15th Mar '17 10:39:31 PM Dravencour
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* [[Music/ACDC "Well I'm ever upper class, high society. God's gift to ballroom notoriety. And I always fill my ballroom, the event is never small. The social pages say I've got the biggest balls of all!"]] - Wrestling/BallsMahoney.

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* [[Music/ACDC [[{{Music/ACDC}} "Well I'm ever upper class, high society. God's gift to ballroom notoriety. And I always fill my ballroom, the event is never small. The social pages say I've got the biggest balls of all!"]] - Wrestling/BallsMahoney.
15th Mar '17 10:38:58 PM Dravencour
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* "Well I'm ever upper class, high society. God's gift to ballroom notoriety. And I always fill my ballroom, the event is never small. The social pages say I've got the biggest balls of all!"- Wrestling/BallsMahoney.

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* [[Music/ACDC "Well I'm ever upper class, high society. God's gift to ballroom notoriety. And I always fill my ballroom, the event is never small. The social pages say I've got the biggest balls of all!"- all!"]] - Wrestling/BallsMahoney.
15th Mar '17 9:47:48 PM DragonRanger
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** Series/KamenRiderFourze uses "Let's settle this one-on-one!", and "Our friendship will take on the universe!" in his SuperMode. He also shouts "UCHUU KITAAAAA!" (literally "Space is heeere!", usually translated "It's space tiiime!") right after transforming, but that doesn't seem to fit the spirit of the trope as much. Hilariously, ''later'' Riders getting a space-themed power will feel the need to shout it or a variation on it the first time they use it, even making the same pose. ''Gaim's'' dead-serious AntiVillain rider Zangetsu raised his arms and said "Space..." and then stopped himself, saying "And that is as far as I will indulge ''that.''"
*** Kamen Rider Meteor says something along the lines of "Your fate is mine to decide!" whenever he appears, and "My fate will deliver a storm!" on using his own SuperMode, Meteor Storm.

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** Series/KamenRiderFourze uses "Let's settle this one-on-one!", and "Our friendship will take on the universe!" in his SuperMode. He also shouts is well-known for shouting "UCHUU KITAAAAA!" (literally "Space is heeere!", usually translated "It's space tiiime!") right after transforming, but that doesn't seem to fit the spirit of the trope as much. transforming. Hilariously, ''later'' Riders getting a space-themed power powerup will feel the need to shout it or a variation on it the first time they use it, even making the same pose. Even ''Gaim's'' dead-serious AntiVillain rider Zangetsu raised his arms and said "Space..." and then stopped himself, saying "And Zangetsu, though he caught himself.
-->"UCHUU KI- And
that is as far as I will indulge ''that.''"
*** Kamen Rider Fourze also formally challenges opponents with "Let's settle this one-on-one!", and in his SuperMode proclaims that "Our friendship will take on the universe!" His ally Meteor says something along the lines of uses "Your fate is mine to decide!" whenever he appears, normally, and "My fate will deliver a storm!" on using his own SuperMode, Meteor Storm.Storm.
** Series/KamenRiderWizard says "It's showtime!" Kamen Rider Beast, who consumes the monsters as his power source, tweaks this to "It's lunchtime!"
** Series/KamenRiderGaim's rarely-used phrase is "This is my stage now!"



** Series/KamenRiderGhost, killed in the premiere and partially restored by TheMentor using one of the SoulJar devices the villains use, is OnBorrowedTime, with 100 days until he becomes [[FinalDeath dead for reals]]. His usual phrase before applying the FinishingMove is "My life will burn bright!" as he is determined to use the time he has left to its fullest.

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** Series/KamenRiderGhost, killed All three Riders in the premiere and partially restored by TheMentor using one of the SoulJar devices the villains use, is OnBorrowedTime, with 100 days until he becomes [[FinalDeath dead for reals]]. His usual ''Series/KamenRiderGhost'' have a phrase before applying the FinishingMove they pull out occasionally. Ghost's is "My life will is going to burn bright!" as he bright!", Specter's is determined to use "Let me show you the time path I've chosen!", and Necrom's is "Listen to the call of my heart!"
** As part of the video game theme, Series/KamenRiderExAid boasts that "I'll clear this with no continues!", which
he has left to its fullest.modifies when using a LiteralSplitPersonality powerup into "Let's clear this with perfect co-op!" Kamen Rider Brave, being a professional, states "Commencing removal operation." Kamen Rider Snipe goes with "Mission start.", and Lazer says "Now we're revving it up!"
4th Mar '17 2:27:01 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/StanLee and Creator/JackKirby used a lot of these for their 1960s MarvelComics characters. The most famous are, "[[Comicbook/FantasticFour It's clobberin' time!]]" and "[[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk HULK SMASH!]]" But it also includes "[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor For honor, for glory, for Asgard!]]", "[[Comicbook/FantasticFour Flame on!]]", and the "[[ComicBook/SubMariner Imperius Rex!]]"

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* Creator/StanLee and Creator/JackKirby used a lot of these for their 1960s MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics characters. The most famous are, "[[Comicbook/FantasticFour It's clobberin' time!]]" and "[[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk HULK SMASH!]]" But it also includes "[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor For honor, for glory, for Asgard!]]", "[[Comicbook/FantasticFour Flame on!]]", and the "[[ComicBook/SubMariner Imperius Rex!]]"
1st Mar '17 9:33:10 PM PhantomRider
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** ''Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger'' took the roll call thing to its logical, hilarious extreme. The Rangers ''rhyming'' roll call phrases. There's a roll call for the Gaiarc Ministers. There was a one-shot roll call for ''one branch of Gaiarc,'' done by the branch's [[BigBad minister]], the [[TheDragon vice-minister]], and the [[MonsterOfTheWeek attack bot du jour]]. There's a roll call for all 12 [[HumongousMecha Engines]] (the ones who couldn't speak ''had their growls subtitled'' on the side of the screen). There's a roll call for all four combined forms, plus the support robot Goroader GT. When the Yellow, Silver, and ''a villainess'' make an all-girl band, G3 Princess (G3 for Go-onger, Go-on Wings, and Gaiarc), ''they'' had a roll call (it still rhymes). Ironically, its counterpart ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'' took itself a little more seriously than most seasons and did away with roll calls entirely.

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** ''Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger'' took the roll call thing to its logical, hilarious extreme. The Rangers had ''rhyming'' roll call phrases. There's a roll call for the Gaiarc [[KillerRobot Gaiarc]] Ministers. There was a one-shot roll call for ''one branch of Gaiarc,'' done by the branch's [[BigBad minister]], the [[TheDragon vice-minister]], and the [[MonsterOfTheWeek attack bot du jour]]. There's a roll call for all 12 [[HumongousMecha Engines]] (the ones who couldn't speak ''had their growls subtitled'' on the side of the screen). There's a roll call for all four [[CombiningMecha combined forms, forms]], plus the support robot Goroader GT. When the Yellow, Silver, and ''a villainess'' make an all-girl band, G3 Princess (G3 for Go-onger, Go-on Wings, and Gaiarc), ''they'' had a roll call (it still rhymes).rhymes!). Ironically, its counterpart ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'' took itself a little more seriously than most seasons and did away with roll calls entirely.



** Series/KamenRiderDouble has "Now, count up your sins!" (or "crimes," depending on your preference, as both are valid translations), which he got from his predecessor and mentor Kamen Rider Skull. Kamen Rider Accel's is "Despair is your goal."
** Series/KamenRiderFourze uses "Let's settle this one-on-one!", and "Our friendship will take on the universe!" in his SuperMode. He also shouts "UCHUU KITAAAAA!" (literally "Space is heeere!", usually translated "It's space tiiime!") right after transforming, but that doesn't seem to fit the spirit of the trope as much.
*** Kamen Rider Meteor says something along the lines of "Your fate is mine to decide!" whenever he appears, and "My fate will deliver a storm!" on using his own SuperMode.
** In ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'', Kamen Rider Mach is a LargeHam and has an especially elaborate announcement and sequence of poses that he likes to do: "Searching... Destroying... Both at - mach speed! Kamen Rider - Mach!" He stops doing it as the series goes on and gets more serious, no doubt helped along by the fact that enemies have taken advantage of the time to either flee or attack him. Drive has his own phrase, a threatening "Let's go for a ride", but only used it a few times. In the prequel episode, the Prototype Drive used "Those who are about to die do not need to know my name."

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** Series/KamenRiderDouble has "Now, count up your sins!" (or "crimes," depending on your preference, as both are valid translations), which he got from his predecessor and mentor Kamen Rider Skull. Kamen Rider Accel's is "Despair is your goal."
" ("Goal" in GratuitousEnglish meaning 'finish line' in Japan; he's bike-themed.)
** Series/KamenRiderFourze uses "Let's settle this one-on-one!", and "Our friendship will take on the universe!" in his SuperMode. He also shouts "UCHUU KITAAAAA!" (literally "Space is heeere!", usually translated "It's space tiiime!") right after transforming, but that doesn't seem to fit the spirit of the trope as much.
much. Hilariously, ''later'' Riders getting a space-themed power will feel the need to shout it or a variation on it the first time they use it, even making the same pose. ''Gaim's'' dead-serious AntiVillain rider Zangetsu raised his arms and said "Space..." and then stopped himself, saying "And that is as far as I will indulge ''that.''"
*** Kamen Rider Meteor says something along the lines of "Your fate is mine to decide!" whenever he appears, and "My fate will deliver a storm!" on using his own SuperMode.
SuperMode, Meteor Storm.
** In ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'', Kamen Rider Mach is a LargeHam and has an especially elaborate announcement and sequence of poses that he likes to do: "Searching... Destroying... Both at - mach speed! Kamen Rider - Mach!" The first time he did it, he had (with the help of holograms) set up an ''actual stage,'' with fireworks and streamers and such to announce himself. He stops doing it as the series goes on and gets more serious, no doubt helped along by the fact that enemies have ''have'' taken advantage of the time to either flee or attack him. Drive has his own phrase, a threatening "Let's go for a ride", but only used it a few times. In the prequel episode, the Prototype Drive used "Those who are about to die do not need to know my name.""
**Series/KamenRiderGhost, killed in the premiere and partially restored by TheMentor using one of the SoulJar devices the villains use, is OnBorrowedTime, with 100 days until he becomes [[FinalDeath dead for reals]]. His usual phrase before applying the FinishingMove is "My life will burn bright!" as he is determined to use the time he has left to its fullest.
17th Jan '17 6:09:42 PM nombretomado
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* [[MadanSenkiRyukendo "Ryukendo!" "Ryuguno!" "Ryujino!" "Raijin!"]]

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* [[MadanSenkiRyukendo [[Series/MadanSenkiRyukendo "Ryukendo!" "Ryuguno!" "Ryujino!" "Raijin!"]]
17th Jan '17 5:45:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''MachineRobo: Revenge of Chronos'' involves something similar with ''Anime/SailorMoon''. Whenever there's a baddie wreaking havoc, Rom Stoll will interrupt with "MATTE/WAIT!!", followed with a description of something, usually about virtues and justice, in which Rom will end it with "People call it (insert definition here)". The bad guy will get on with it, unable to understand why Rom would say that... they'll then ask who the hell is he that he got the guts to speech them like that. That's the cue for Rom to finish his whole speech with "You don't deserve to know my name!/I have no name to give for scums like you!", then begins kicking ass.

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* ''MachineRobo: ''Toys/MachineRobo: Revenge of Chronos'' involves something similar with ''Anime/SailorMoon''. Whenever there's a baddie wreaking havoc, Rom Stoll will interrupt with "MATTE/WAIT!!", followed with a description of something, usually about virtues and justice, in which Rom will end it with "People call it (insert definition here)". The bad guy will get on with it, unable to understand why Rom would say that... they'll then ask who the hell is he that he got the guts to speech them like that. That's the cue for Rom to finish his whole speech with "You don't deserve to know my name!/I have no name to give for scums like you!", then begins kicking ass.
22nd Dec '16 8:16:24 PM Doug86
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* The heroes of {{Homer}}'s ''Iliad'' do likewise, down to formulaic repetition originally designed to allow extemporaneous reciters of epic poetry to keep to the meter. Thus this is OlderThanFeudalism.

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* The heroes of {{Homer}}'s ''Iliad'' Creator/{{Homer}}'s ''Literature/TheIliad'' do likewise, down to formulaic repetition originally designed to allow extemporaneous reciters of epic poetry to keep to the meter. Thus this is OlderThanFeudalism.
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