History Series / KaizokuSentaiGokaiger

25th Jul '16 7:58:10 PM Willbyr
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** The Action Commander in Episode 34 is a walking ''{{Guyver}}'' shout-out, from the pale yellow coloration to the spheres to the Mega Smasher he uses when giant.

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** The Action Commander in Episode 34 is a walking ''{{Guyver}}'' ''Manga/{{Guyver}}'' shout-out, from the pale yellow coloration to the spheres to the Mega Smasher he uses when giant.
21st Jul '16 6:21:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* AirVentPassageway: Used in an escape attempt by the Gokaigers minus Marvelous in episode 16. Unfortunately, their jailer was [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy waiting for them when they came out]]. He even put a note on the same air vent when they were put back in the cell.

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* AirVentPassageway: Used in an escape attempt by the Gokaigers minus Marvelous in episode 16. Unfortunately, their jailer was [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy waiting for them when they came out]].out. He even put a note on the same air vent when they were put back in the cell.



* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: The Zangyack are smart enough to enlarge three of their mooks in order to aid the MOTW. This happens in every mecha battle. And they've made the Sgormin transformable and able to link into a glider for the Action Commander in #4.
** Also, since the very start, they consider the Gokaigers a very dangerous threat and, once they know about their existence, know that the ''Grand Powers'' can make the difference in the battle (except [[WrongGenreSavvy the Commander]]).
** #5: Marvelous is handcuffed, fighting [[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Doggie Kruger]], who is using his sword. During the battle, as Doggie does a vertical slash, Marvelous puts his handcuffs in Doggie's way, expecting Doggie to cut it and free him...but nothing happens. Doggie was expecting that, and stopped his sword in time to avoid freeing Marvelous.
** The Gokaigers in general fit this. They even use their transformation sequences to protect themselves from attack.
** [[{{Troll}} Basco]]. Just Basco.
** #17: [[spoiler: Gai should fit this to a T. Recognizing the trap on the MOTW, the superfluous roll call, complete with color order of Goranger, you name it...]]
** ''199 Heroes'' [[spoiler: Dai Bakuhatsu Dynaman vs. Mooks. And they're done.]]
29th Jun '16 7:08:18 AM nighttrainfm
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** Note that they don't ''have'' to stick with Rangers whose colors match their own (though they generally will); they've been known to color-coordinate so they all fight as different Rangers of the same color.[[note]]We have had an All-Red Team (Goseiger vs. Shinkenger/#40, #2, Gokaiger vs. Gavan, and #48), All Black (#3, though with only 3 members), All-White (#3, with 3 members, and Gokaiger vs. Gavan), All-Silver (#17), All-Green (#43), All-Yellow (#44) All-Blue (#45), and All-Pink (Gokaiger vs. Gavan).[[/note]]

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** Note that they don't ''have'' to stick with Rangers whose colors match their own (though they generally will); they've been known to color-coordinate so they all fight as different Rangers of the same color.[[note]]We have had an All-Red Team (Goseiger vs. Shinkenger/#40, #2, Gokaiger vs. Gavan, #48 and #48), Go-Buster vs. Gokaiger), All Black (#3, though with only 3 members), All-White (#3, with 3 members, and Gokaiger vs. Gavan), All-Silver (#17), All-Green (#43), All-Yellow (#44) All-Blue (#45), and All-Pink (Gokaiger vs. Gavan).[[/note]]
5th Mar '16 10:34:39 AM Senjuto77
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Years later, a group of SpacePirates called the Gokaiger hear about the [[McGuffin Greatest Treasure In The Universe]], which is supposedly located on Earth. Arriving to find and plunder the Greatest Treasure, they accidentally stumble into the Zangyack Empire's second attempt at invading Earth. With the Zangyack responsible for the bounties on their heads and the assimilation of their home planets, the Gokaiger are drawn into a conflict they would rather not be a part of... if it wasn't for the promise of treasure at the end.

Along with their own suits and accompanying powers, the Gokaiger can use their Ranger Keys to [[MegaManning transform]] into any of the previous Sentai heroes, inheriting all of their abilities. In addition to the Gokaiger forging their own storyline, the show features plenty of tribute episodes to the older teams that came before them, usually as a {{Pastiche}} of the tone and themes of the highlighted series and featuring at least one [[SpecialGuest guest star]].

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Years later, a group of SpacePirates called the Gokaiger Gokaigers hear about the [[McGuffin Greatest Treasure In The Universe]], which is supposedly located on Earth. Arriving to find and plunder the Greatest Treasure, they accidentally stumble into the Zangyack Empire's second attempt at invading Earth. With the Zangyack responsible for the bounties on their heads and the assimilation of their home planets, the Gokaiger Gokaigers are drawn into a conflict they would rather not be a part of... if it wasn't for the promise of treasure at the end.

Along with their own suits and accompanying powers, the Gokaiger Gokaigers can use their Ranger Keys to [[MegaManning transform]] into any of the previous Sentai heroes, inheriting all of their abilities. In addition to the Gokaiger Gokaigers forging their own storyline, the show features plenty of tribute episodes to the older teams that came before them, usually as a {{Pastiche}} of the tone and themes of the highlighted series and featuring at least one [[SpecialGuest guest star]].



*** In #20, a single [[Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger Jaryuu]] soldier is seen resurrecting Ryuuwon with the Heart of Hades.

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*** In #20, a single [[Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger Jaryuu]] soldier is seen resurrecting Ryuuwon Ryuwon with the Heart of Hades.



* TransformationTrinket: The Mobirates [[{{Portmanteau}} (Mobile + Pirates)]] and Ranger Keys for changing into the Gokaigers or any of the past rangers, depending on what key is used.

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* TransformationTrinket: The Mobirates Mobilates [[{{Portmanteau}} (Mobile + Pirates)]] and Ranger Keys for changing into the Gokaigers or any of the past rangers, depending on what key is used.



** The profiles on the official TV Asahi website reveal a lot of details that don't crop up in the show. For example, Gokaioh has unused weapons[[note]]Vulcans in its helmet, and those silver circles on its shoulders are cannons[[/note]], almost all of the Action Commanders are aliens whose natural abilities were enhanced by Insarn[[note]]An exception is Jealacit, whose profile describes him as "an otherwise unremarkable nerd"[[/note]], and Armadon (the Action Commander from #17) was turned into an unwitting suicide bomber because his arrogant attitude offended Warz Gill.

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** The profiles on the official TV Asahi website reveal a lot of details that don't crop up in the show. For example, Gokaioh Gokai-Oh has unused weapons[[note]]Vulcans in its helmet, and those silver circles on its shoulders are cannons[[/note]], almost all of the Action Commanders are aliens whose natural abilities were enhanced by Insarn[[note]]An exception is Jealacit, whose profile describes him as "an otherwise unremarkable nerd"[[/note]], and Armadon (the Action Commander from #17) was turned into an unwitting suicide bomber because his arrogant attitude offended Warz Gill.



* AscendedFanboy: In #2, a boy steals the Shinken Red key, saying that the Super Sentai powers belong to Earth, not to a bunch of pirates who only care about themselves. Marvelous initially seems angry, but when he catches up to the kid he offers up his Mobirates, saying "Beat those guys and you can keep it." He does okay against the {{Mooks}} despite having no training, but the MonsterOfTheWeek beats the stuffing out of him, and Marvelous tells him to find another way to protect Earth, since fighting isn't his way. It did seem to affect Marvelous though, since later in the fight he also uses Shinken Red and remarks "This one owes you some payback!"

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* AscendedFanboy: In #2, a boy steals the Shinken Red key, saying that the Super Sentai powers belong to Earth, not to a bunch of pirates who only care about themselves. Marvelous initially seems angry, but when he catches up to the kid he offers up his Mobirates, Mobilate, saying "Beat those guys and you can keep it." He does okay against the {{Mooks}} despite having no training, but the MonsterOfTheWeek beats the stuffing out of him, and Marvelous tells him to find another way to protect Earth, since fighting isn't his way. It did seem to affect Marvelous though, since later in the fight he also uses Shinken Red and remarks "This one owes you some payback!"



* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Played straight with Marvelous, painfully subverted with [[SmugSnake Warz Gill]]. And then there's [[FourStarBadass Damaras and Akados Gils]] who show just how powerful they are in #42 and in #51 respectively.

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* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Played straight with Marvelous, painfully subverted with [[SmugSnake Warz Gill]]. And then there's [[FourStarBadass Damaras and Akados Gils]] Gill]] who show just how powerful they are in #42 and in #51 respectively.



* BackForTheFinale: #50 has the Gokaiger using several Grand Powers in rapid succession, including some which were only ever used once like the Gosei Headders, Geki Beasts, and Goran Gokaioh.

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* BackForTheFinale: #50 has the Gokaiger using several Grand Powers in rapid succession, including some which were only ever used once like the Gosei Headders, Geki Beasts, and Goran Gokaioh.Gokai-Oh.



* BBCQuarry[=/=]KirksRock: There's this one [[http://i1176.photobucket.com/albums/x323/eviltwin5311/GokaigerPlaza.png concrete plaza]] with a bunch of ramps and flat steps that has popped up several times. Parts of the ''Gekiranger,'' ''Carranger,'' and ''Hurricenger'' episodes have been filmed in it. Justified since they apparently parked the Gokai Galleon nearby.

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* BBCQuarry[=/=]KirksRock: There's this one [[http://i1176.photobucket.com/albums/x323/eviltwin5311/GokaigerPlaza.png concrete plaza]] with a bunch of ramps and flat steps that has popped up several times. Parts of the ''Gekiranger,'' ''Carranger,'' and ''Hurricenger'' ''Hurricaneger'' episodes have been filmed in it. Justified since they apparently parked the Gokai Galleon nearby.



* {{BFS}}: In ''Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger'', the Rekka Daizantou is bigger than the wielder and takes a skilled stuntman to use during filming. Now, imagine that scaled up to mecha size, and possibly doubled, and you get the version wielded by Shinken [=GokaiOh=].
** Goren Gokaioh's Gokai Hurricane Cassiopeia is even bigger.

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* {{BFS}}: In ''Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger'', the Rekka Daizantou is bigger than the wielder and takes a skilled stuntman to use during filming. Now, imagine that scaled up to mecha size, and possibly doubled, and you get the version wielded by Shinken [=GokaiOh=].
[=Gokai-Oh=].
** Goren Gokaioh's Gokai-Oh's Gokai Hurricane Cassiopeia is even bigger.



* BigYes: The Gokaigers after the defeat of [[spoiler:Ackdos Gil.]]

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* BigYes: The Gokaigers after the defeat of [[spoiler:Ackdos Gil.Gill.]]



** In #1, the Gokaigers give the MonsterOfTheWeek a speech. The same speech is given to Dailando in #50.

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** In #1, the Gokaigers give the MonsterOfTheWeek a speech. The same speech is given to Dailando Dyrandoh in #50.



*** Also when right before the CM, Navi asks the viewers if they know that the Gokiagers are doing an [[spoiler: All Lion Gokai Change]].

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*** Also when right before the CM, Navi asks the viewers if they know that the Gokiagers Gokaigers are doing an [[spoiler: All Lion Gokai Change]].



* ConservationOfNinjutsu: In #15 and #16, the Gokaiger have trouble taking on five, then ten SixthRanger keys. During ''199 Heroes'', the Gokaiger and Goseiger (including Gosei Knight) combined manage to take on cloned versions of the first 33 Sentai teams (exactly 176 Ranger Clones). Gosei Knight defeats 10 Sixth Rangers by himself in less than 30 seconds.

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* ConservationOfNinjutsu: In #15 and #16, the Gokaiger Gokaigers have trouble taking on five, then ten SixthRanger keys. During ''199 Heroes'', the Gokaiger Gokaigers and Goseiger Goseigers (including Gosei Knight) combined manage to take on cloned versions of the first 33 Sentai teams (exactly 176 Ranger Clones). Gosei Knight defeats 10 Sixth Rangers by himself in less than 30 seconds.



** in #26, where the transformation into Hurricane [=GokaiOh=] involves it switching to CGI to performing Kabuki poses and combine with Furaimaru before turning back into a man in a suit for the actual fight.

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** in #26, where the transformation into Hurricane [=GokaiOh=] [=Gokai-Oh=] involves it switching to CGI to performing Kabuki poses and combine with Furaimaru before turning back into a man in a suit for the actual fight.



** From #5, Ban still wears his hair straight like he had it the [[Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger Magiranger]] vs. [[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Dekaranger]] movie.

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** From #5, Ban still wears his hair straight like he had it in the [[Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger Magiranger]] vs. [[Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger Dekaranger]] movie.



*** Gokai Hurricane Cassiopeia is a whole reference to Black Cross Führer's weakness from Goranger.

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*** Gokai Hurricane Cassiopeia is a whole reference to Black Cross Führer's Fühix weakness from Goranger.



** Zigzagged with [[Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger Sosuke Esumi]] in #35, who got reduced to gokart racing after his time away from the racetrack. Apparently it took ''three years on the track'' to make up for one year on Go-Onger.

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** Zigzagged with [[Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger Sosuke Esumi]] in #35, who got reduced to gokart go kart racing after his time away from the racetrack. Apparently it took ''three years on the track'' to make up for one year on Go-Onger.



* CoolShades: The gold visor on Gokai Silver's helmet, which vanish under his "bandana" in Gold Mode.

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* CoolShades: The gold visor on Gokai Silver's helmet, which vanish vanishes under his "bandana" in Gold Mode.



** Again in #37 by [[spoiler: Warz Gill of all people. Using the Great Warz mech his father sent, Gill takes out Engine Machalcon, ''and'' Gojyu Gokaioh before sending the Gokai Galleon crashing to Earth]].

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** Again in #37 by [[spoiler: Warz Gill of all people. Using the Great Warz mech his father sent, Gill takes out Engine Machalcon, ''and'' Gojyu Gokaioh GoZyu Gokai-Oh before sending the Gokai Galleon crashing to Earth]].



** #51 has the Gokaiger face off against Akdos Gil[[spoiler:, with the team using all the past Sentai in such quick succession Akdos is quickly overwhelmed]].

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** #51 has the Gokaiger Gokaigers face off against Akdos Gil[[spoiler:, Ackdos Gill[[spoiler:, with the team using all the past Sentai in such quick succession Akdos Ackdos is quickly overwhelmed]].



** The Gokaiger in general fit this. They even use their transformation sequences to protect themselves from attack.

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** The Gokaiger Gokaigers in general fit this. They even use their transformation sequences to protect themselves from attack.



* DegradedBoss: The Boukenger and Hurricaneger focus episodes have end-of-series enemies as the MonsterOfTheWeek; Boukenger has Ryuuwon brought BackFromTheDead, while Hurricaneger has the [[IdenticalGrandson Identical Sons]] of Sandaaru and Satorakura. In fairness, they're only "degraded" in the sense that they're Monsters of the Week rather than final bosses; otherwise, they give the Gokaiger really tough fights.

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* DegradedBoss: The Boukenger and Hurricaneger focus episodes have end-of-series enemies as the MonsterOfTheWeek; Boukenger has Ryuuwon Ryuwon brought BackFromTheDead, while Hurricaneger has the [[IdenticalGrandson Identical Sons]] of Sandaaru and Satorakura. In fairness, they're only "degraded" in the sense that they're Monsters of the Week rather than final bosses; otherwise, they give the Gokaiger really tough fights.



** None of the Sentai teams prior to Dairanger got proper tribute episodes, except for Battle Fever, Liveman and Jetman. Instead, ''199 Heroes'' featured representatives of Goranger, J.A.K.Q., Denziman, Goggle-V, Dynaman, Bioman and Turboranger handing their greater powers to Gokaiger, while the greater powers of Changeman, Flashman, Maskman, Fiveman and Sun Vulcan were in Basco's possession for most of the series until his defeat. Zyuranger was the last Sentai team to have an unmasked member appearing as its representative and they never got a full Gokai Change with all six members.
** Prior to #42, the Gouraiger keys were only used twice and neither time occurred during the Hurricaneger tribute episodes; they get passing appearances in #2 and #24, and afterwards are only used to change to Hurricane [=GokaiOh=] (which is then passed up once they get Kanzen [=GokaiOh=]).
** Looking back on the series as a whole, the team that seemed to get shafted the worse was Goggle-V' Most every other series had tribute episodes, or at least some type of special attack or multiple appearances during a Gokai Change. Goggle-V appeared once during #8 (and technically the final episode when Ahim changed into Goggle Pink to beat down Ackdos Gil, although that includes every other Sentai team's solo transformations), and aside from the movie (and ''Super Hero Taisen'', where it's one of the first teams to be led by Aka Ranger to fight the Kamen Riders), were never really seen again. Possibly to make up for this, Goggle-V is one of the few team changes during [[spoiler:''Go-Busters vs Gokaiger'']], and while they still use the ribbons, this time it's only part of the full attack. The team also does an in-style change for the occasion.

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** None of the Sentai teams prior to Dairanger got proper tribute episodes, except for Battle Fever, Liveman and Jetman. Instead, ''199 Heroes'' featured representatives of Goranger, J.A.K.Q., Denziman, Goggle-V, Dynaman, Bioman and Turboranger handing their greater powers to Gokaiger, the Gokaigers, while the greater powers of Changeman, Flashman, Maskman, Fiveman and Sun Vulcan were in Basco's possession for most of the series until his defeat. Zyuranger was the last Sentai team to have an unmasked member appearing appear as its representative and they never got a full Gokai Change with all six members.
** Prior to #42, the Gouraiger keys were only used twice and neither time occurred during the Hurricaneger tribute episodes; they get passing appearances in #2 and #24, and afterwards are only used to change to Hurricane [=GokaiOh=] [=Gokai-Oh=] (which is then passed up once they get Kanzen [=GokaiOh=]).
[=Gokai-Oh=]).
** Looking back on the series as a whole, the team that seemed to get shafted the worse was Goggle-V' Goggle-V. Most every other series had tribute episodes, or at least some type of special attack or multiple appearances during a Gokai Change. Goggle-V appeared once during #8 (and technically the final episode when Ahim changed into Goggle Pink to beat down Ackdos Gil, Gill, although that includes every other Sentai team's solo transformations), and aside from the movie (and ''Super Hero Taisen'', where it's one of the first teams to be led by Aka Ranger to fight the Kamen Riders), were never really seen again. Possibly to make up for this, Goggle-V is one of the few team changes during [[spoiler:''Go-Busters vs Gokaiger'']], and while they still use the ribbons, this time it's only part of the full attack. The team also does an in-style change for the occasion.



* EarlyBirdCameo: Like [[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Goseiger]] in ''Film/SamuraiSentaiShinkengerVsGoOngerGinmakuBang'', the Gokaigers appear in ''[[Film/TensouSentaiGoseigerVsShinkengerEpicOnGinmaku Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger]]'', where they destroy Shitari of the Bones and his army as he attempted to [[TheStarscream take control from Chimatsuri Buredoran]]. The movie was released theatrically a month before the start of their own show. [[spoiler:This goes beyond a promotional stunt as #40 reveals the reason why the Gokaiger show up and why they have access to the Ranger Keys.]]

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* EarlyBirdCameo: Like [[Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger Goseiger]] in ''Film/SamuraiSentaiShinkengerVsGoOngerGinmakuBang'', the Gokaigers appear in ''[[Film/TensouSentaiGoseigerVsShinkengerEpicOnGinmaku Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger]]'', where they destroy Shitari of the Bones and his army as he attempted to [[TheStarscream take control from Chimatsuri Buredoran]]. The movie was released theatrically a month before the start of their own show. [[spoiler:This goes beyond a promotional stunt as #40 reveals the reason why the Gokaiger Gokaigers show up and why they have access to the Ranger Keys.]]



* EquivalentExchange: [[spoiler:The Greatest Treasure in the Universe can grant any wish and retroactively rewrite the universe such that, say, the Zangyack empire never existed. However, this would consume the powers of the 34 preceding Super Sentai such that they will have never existed in the new universe.]]

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* EquivalentExchange: [[spoiler:The Greatest Treasure in the Universe can grant any wish and retroactively rewrite the universe such that, say, the Zangyack empire Empire never existed. However, this would consume the powers of the 34 preceding Super Sentai such that they will have never existed in the new universe.]]



*** In the Carranger tribute, they transform into the Turborangers by mistake, while the main five have trouble distinguish the extra rangers that Gai transforms into with the teams they belonged in.

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*** In the Carranger tribute, they transform into the Turborangers by mistake, while the main five have trouble distinguish distinguishing the extra rangers that Gai transforms into with the teams they belonged in.
5th Mar '16 10:07:22 AM Senjuto77
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* MidSeasonUpgrade: Our heroes gets 15 additional Ranger Keys after defeating Basco in the end of #16, the Black Knight key in #20 and the rest of extra hero keys in #31. The Gokai Galleon Buster and all the add-ons for the Gokai-Oh and Gozyuzin could count as well.

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* MidSeasonUpgrade: Our heroes gets 15 additional Ranger Keys after defeating Basco in the end of #16, the Black Knight key in #20 and the rest of extra hero keys in #31. The Gokai Galleon Buster and all the add-ons for the Gokai-Oh and Gozyuzin Gozyujin could count as well.



*** In #20, a single [[Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger Jaryuu]] soldier is seen ressurecting Ryuuwon with the Heart of Hades.

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*** In #20, a single [[Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger Jaryuu]] soldier is seen ressurecting resurrecting Ryuuwon with the Heart of Hades.
22nd Jan '16 4:05:30 PM Greenygal
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* OutOfCharacterAlert: In #34, a monster attempts to impersonate Luka to her friends, but is foiled by the fact that it eats a ton of broccoli, which Luka can't stand.
7th Jan '16 1:09:59 PM nombretomado
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** The [[MakeMyMonsterGrow "Sattelasers"]] really have more in common with the [[UchuuSenkanYamato Wave Motion Cannon]] than anything, except with twin hull barrels.

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** The [[MakeMyMonsterGrow "Sattelasers"]] really have more in common with the [[UchuuSenkanYamato [[Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato Wave Motion Cannon]] than anything, except with twin hull barrels.
28th Dec '15 3:24:53 AM ZeroWizard
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** SwordAndGun: The Gokai Sabres and Gokai Guns; a standard issued pair for the main five. The Gokai Sabres also have a built-in [[GrapplingHookGun grappling hook]] function. While fighting, the Gokaigers, excluding Marvelous, can [[MidfightWeaponExchange trade one of their weapons]] with each other if they feel like...

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** SwordAndGun: The Gokai Sabres and Gokai Guns; a standard issued pair for the main five. The Gokai Sabres also have a built-in [[GrapplingHookGun grappling hook]] function. While fighting, the Gokaigers, excluding Marvelous, can [[MidfightWeaponExchange trade one of their weapons]] with each other if whenever they feel like...
28th Dec '15 3:23:55 AM ZeroWizard
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** SwordAndGun: The Gokai Sabres & Gokai Guns; a standard issued pair for the main five. The Gokai Sabres also have a built-in [[GrapplingHookGun grappling hook]] function. While fighting, the Gokaigers, excluding Marvelous, can [[MidfightWeaponExchange trade one of their weapons]] with each other if they feel like...

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** SwordAndGun: The Gokai Sabres & and Gokai Guns; a standard issued pair for the main five. The Gokai Sabres also have a built-in [[GrapplingHookGun grappling hook]] function. While fighting, the Gokaigers, excluding Marvelous, can [[MidfightWeaponExchange trade one of their weapons]] with each other if they feel like...
27th Dec '15 2:16:18 AM ZeroWizard
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** SwordAndGun: The Gokai Sabres & Gokai Guns; a standard issued pair for the main five. The Gokai Sabres also have a built-in [[GrapplingHookGun grappling hook]] function. While fighting, the Gokaigers, excluding Marvelous, can [[MidfightWeaponExchange trade one of their weapons]] with each other ii they wish to do...

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** SwordAndGun: The Gokai Sabres & Gokai Guns; a standard issued pair for the main five. The Gokai Sabres also have a built-in [[GrapplingHookGun grappling hook]] function. While fighting, the Gokaigers, excluding Marvelous, can [[MidfightWeaponExchange trade one of their weapons]] with each other ii if they wish to do...feel like...
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