History Series / ChoujuuSentaiLiveman

29th May '17 5:50:28 AM 4444jdm
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** To make things even worse, Volt took some terrible cues from [[Series/KamenRider Shocker]], such as modifying humans. This is worse than it sounds, although Super Sentai series no longer under Ishinomori's creative influence.
6th Apr '17 1:13:07 PM LanceOmikron
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''Chōjū Sentai Liveman'' (Megafauna Squadron Liveman) is the twelfth Franchise/SuperSentai show, airing from 1988 to 1989.

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''Chōjū Sentai Liveman'' (Megafauna (Super Beast Squadron Liveman) is the twelfth Franchise/SuperSentai show, airing from 1988 to 1989.
4th Apr '17 7:06:43 PM PhantomRider
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**[[spoiler: Even Bias seems a lot more human in his final moments, with the usually emotionless Gash going out of his way to LetThemDieHappy. Finally, the end-credits scene is replaced with moments from across the series in the form of a hologram broadcast by Gash just before he shuts down. One of the Livemen laments that there wasn't a single scene of beauty, only fighting, in Gash's memories]]. You really will weep for [[spoiler: ''every'' single person in this series that you thought you'd get to keep hating to the end]].



* FiveManBand: The first episode plays off viewers' expectation of the typical Sentai setup of five rangers by having Takuji and Mari hang around with the original PowerTrio before they're killed off. The show later plays this trope straight with [[ThreePlusTwo the addition]] of Tetsuya and Jun'ichi.

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* FiveManBand: The first episode plays off viewers' expectation of the typical Sentai setup of five rangers by having Takuji and Mari hang around with the original PowerTrio before they're killed off.PowerTrio... and die, avenging them becoming one of the trio's major motivations. The show later plays this trope straight with [[ThreePlusTwo the addition]] of Tetsuya and Jun'ichi.



* MakeMyMonsterGrow: Guardnoid Gash fulfills this role with his Giga Phantom cannon. (The giant [=MOTWs=] seem to lose its ability to talk, growling and focusing entirely on combat.) Without some external assistance, ''only'' Chaos Phantom Energy-powered entities (=Brain Beasts) will grow giant - but Gash still fires ''through'' Liveman, who dive out of the way.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: The Brain Beasts or ''Zunōjū'', using the "(theme)-Zuno" naming pattern. In keeping with the series theme, a number of them are tests or experiments or realizations of a theory first, and fighters second if at all. The show is commander-geared, so while the individual Brain Beasts ''can'' speak and have personalities, they are only rarely given any characterization beyond being a walking prop or plot device (increasingly so as time passes).

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* MakeMyMonsterGrow: Guardnoid Gash fulfills this role with his Giga Phantom cannon. (The giant [=MOTWs=] seem to lose its ability to talk, their sentience, growling instead of talking, and focusing entirely on combat.) Without some external assistance, ''only'' Chaos Phantom Energy-powered entities (=Brain Beasts) will grow giant - but Gash still fires ''through'' Liveman, who dive out of the way.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: The Brain Beasts or ''Zunōjū'', using the "(theme)-Zuno" "(theme)-Brain" naming pattern. In keeping with the series theme, a number of them are tests or experiments or realizations of a theory first, and fighters second if at all. The show is commander-geared, so while the individual Brain Beasts ''can'' speak and have personalities, they are only rarely given any characterization beyond being a walking prop or plot device (increasingly so as time passes).



** Oblar's Benkyou-zuno ('study') is also this, as he made it from his own physical material; it drained him to the point that he turned back into Gou temporarily.

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** Oblar's Benkyou-zuno ('study') ('Study-Brain') is also this, as he made it from his own physical material; it drained him to the point that he turned back into Gou temporarily.
4th Jan '17 9:25:28 PM finalsurvivor1
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* StormingTheCastle: [[spoiler:Yuusuke sneaks into the Brain Base and takes down almost all of Bias's remaining forces before confronting Bias himself, resulting in the base breaking down and the planet being saved from the Giga Brain Wave]].
4th Jan '17 9:22:40 PM finalsurvivor1
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* TheUnfought: Notably, [[spoiler:none of the Volt leaders save Kemp (and even then, only his body) get a massive battle that ends up killing them. Obular leaves the scene after a clone is killed, Guildos is defeated indirectly via a Brain Beast linked to him, Butchy is killed by Bias, Arashi reforms and performs a Heroic Sacrifice, Mazenda is fatally wounded and turns into a robot to save herself from Bias and Gash, and Gash briefly fights Yuusuke before both of the remaining Volt leaders are killed in their base's explosion]].
31st Dec '16 10:26:20 PM amyjess
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''Chōjū Sentai Liveman'' (Super Beast Squadron Liveman) is the twelfth Franchise/SuperSentai show, airing from 1988 to 1989.

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''Chōjū Sentai Liveman'' (Super Beast (Megafauna Squadron Liveman) is the twelfth Franchise/SuperSentai show, airing from 1988 to 1989.
31st Dec '16 6:13:15 PM amyjess
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* AllYourPowersCombined: The core team's individual weapons combine to form the [[{{BFG}} Triple Bazooka]]. However, this seldom actually finished a monster off, permanently ''or'' temporarily to need the Giga Phantom treatment. The Biomotion Buster was the giant cannon that existed only to do that.

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* AllYourPowersCombined: The core team's individual weapons combine to form the [[{{BFG}} Triple Bazooka]]. However, this seldom actually finished a monster off, permanently ''or'' temporarily to need the Giga Phantom treatment. The Biomotion Bi-Motion Buster was the giant cannon that existed only to do that.



* FinishingMove: The Biomotion Buster, even after the Triple Bazooka was introduced.

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* FinishingMove: The Biomotion Bi-Motion Buster, even after the Triple Bazooka was introduced.
4th Aug '16 11:36:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* ProductPlacement: Jou's apparently a ''Seicross'' fan, and has a MyPetMonster doll on the rearview mirror of his car.

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* ProductPlacement: Jou's apparently a ''Seicross'' fan, and has a MyPetMonster Toys/MyPetMonster doll on the rearview mirror of his car.
4th Aug '16 11:36:03 AM Morgenthaler
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-->''"My friends! [[DealWithTheDevil Why have you sold your souls to the devil?!]]"''

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-->''"My friends! [[DealWithTheDevil Why have you sold your souls to the devil?!]]"''
devil?!"''
3rd Feb '16 8:22:21 AM Redkun
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* TypeCasting: When he was cast as Yuusuke, Daisuke Shima was an IdolSinger with an image of a HotBlooded rebel, and his character was written to match. However, Shima pushed for Yuusuke to become more like a typical courageous ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' leader, resulting in a great deal of CharacterDevelopment.
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