History Series / KamenRiderDenO

26th Jun '16 2:34:07 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** According to ''Re:Imagine - Detail of Heroes 03'', the villains from ''Onigashima Battleship'' are modeled [[Series/KamenRider Riders 1 and 2]] (Goludora) and [[Series/KamenRiderV3 V3]] (Shilubara). They also not only draw upon the gold and silver-themed heroes of ''{{Garo}}'', but transform the same way.

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** According to ''Re:Imagine - Detail of Heroes 03'', the villains from ''Onigashima Battleship'' are modeled [[Series/KamenRider Riders 1 and 2]] (Goludora) and [[Series/KamenRiderV3 V3]] (Shilubara). They also not only draw upon the gold and silver-themed heroes of ''{{Garo}}'', ''Series/{{Garo}}'', but transform the same way.
11th Apr '16 10:39:30 AM Redkun
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* RippleEffectProofMemory: A ''very'' important plot point; all Singularity Points essentially have this and, as time is based around memories, they effectively keep time from falling apart when it is changed. Though they don't remember every single thing, they restore what they remember, which then allows other people to remember how things were, creating [[Pun a ripple effect]] that restores the timeline. [[RetGone The only exception is for things that people simply do not have sufficient memories of, such as the invading Imagin, erasing them from the timeline and undoing any effects they may have had on it]]. [[spoiler:This becomes a massive problem for Yuto as, due to the Zeronos cards erasing peoples' memories of him, nobody remembers his actual life when Kai manages to kill him, resulting in a ''vastly'' different timeline where he never lived.]]

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* RippleEffectProofMemory: A ''very'' important plot point; all Singularity Points essentially have this and, as time is based around memories, they effectively keep time from falling apart when it is changed. Though they don't remember every single thing, they restore what they remember, which then allows other people to remember how things were, creating [[Pun a ripple effect]] that restores the timeline. [[RetGone The only exception is for things that people simply do not have sufficient memories of, such as the invading Imagin, erasing them from the timeline and undoing any effects they may have had on it]]. [[spoiler:This becomes a massive problem for Yuto as, due to the Zeronos cards erasing peoples' memories of him, nobody remembers his actual life when Kai manages to kill him, resulting in a ''vastly'' different timeline where he never lived.]] However, this rebounds when Yuto reveals that a side-effect of the Zeronos cards grants him {{Ontological Inertia}}]].
14th Dec '15 11:39:11 AM Discar
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* MacGuffinSuperPerson: Hana, who is revealed to be the Junction Point, a special type of Singularity Point whose destruction will ensure the existence of the Imagin.
2nd Dec '15 12:59:14 PM DragonRanger
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%%* MultiformBalance:

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%%* MultiformBalance:* MultiformBalance: Each of the Imagin gives Den-O a different set of powers. Ryotaro alone uses Plat Form, a JokeCharacter. When he's possessed, Momotaros is the JackOfAllStats Sword Form, Urataros is the StoneWall Rod Form, Kintaros is the MightyGlacier Ax Form, and Ryutaros is the GlassCannon Gun Form. All four can work together to make the SuperMode, Climax Form; and Ryotaro eventually becomes strong enough to upgrade his personal form to Liner Form, which leans towards being a FragileSpeedster. In the movies, Seig can possess him to make the LightningBruiser Wing Form, and can join in the SuperMode to make it Super Climax Form.
** Zeronos has a few forms as well; Altair Form is a JackOfAllStats, Vega Form is a MightyGlacier, and Zero Form is a LightningBruiser.
19th Nov '15 7:59:45 AM HighCrate
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* MultiformBalance:
** Den-O
*** JokeCharacter -- [[color:gray:Plat]] Form
*** JackOfAllStats -- [[color:red:Sword]] Form
*** StoneWall -- [[color:blue:Rod]] Form
*** MightyGlacier -- [[color:gold:Ax]] Form
*** GlassCannon -- [[color:purple:Gun]] Form
*** LightningBruiser -- [[color:cyan:Wing]] Form
*** SuperMode -- [[color:red:Cli]][[color:blue:m]][[color:gold:a]][[color:purple:x]] Form
*** SerialEscalation -- [[color:cyan:Super]] [[color:red:Cli]][[color:blue:m]][[color:gold:a]][[color:purple:x]] Form
** Zeronos
*** JackOfAllStats -- [[color:green:Altair]] Form
*** MightyGlacier -- [[color:gold:Vega]] Form
*** LightningBruiser -- [[color:crimson:Zero]] Form

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* MultiformBalance:
** Den-O
*** JokeCharacter -- [[color:gray:Plat]] Form
*** JackOfAllStats -- [[color:red:Sword]] Form
*** StoneWall -- [[color:blue:Rod]] Form
*** MightyGlacier -- [[color:gold:Ax]] Form
*** GlassCannon -- [[color:purple:Gun]] Form
*** LightningBruiser -- [[color:cyan:Wing]] Form
*** SuperMode -- [[color:red:Cli]][[color:blue:m]][[color:gold:a]][[color:purple:x]] Form
*** SerialEscalation -- [[color:cyan:Super]] [[color:red:Cli]][[color:blue:m]][[color:gold:a]][[color:purple:x]] Form
** Zeronos
*** JackOfAllStats -- [[color:green:Altair]] Form
*** MightyGlacier -- [[color:gold:Vega]] Form
*** LightningBruiser -- [[color:crimson:Zero]] Form
%%* MultiformBalance:
2nd Nov '15 12:04:29 PM taikowolf
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* AnimeHair: Any time an Imagin possesses a human, their hair will be restyled and gain at least a shock of a new color; rarely, an accessory may be included, such as Sieg's feathered boa or Urataros' glasses. The style, color and accessories are consistent across hosts, but oddly never appear on the Imagin themselves.
2nd Nov '15 1:39:39 AM taikowolf
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* ActingForTwo: A necessity for the characters who get possessed by the Imagin, who for most of the series are unable to manifest otherwise. Takeru Satoh in particular had effectively to play ''seven'' characters onscreen, each of them distinct beyond the makeup.
2nd Nov '15 1:24:15 AM taikowolf
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* CloseEnoughTimeline: While time can't be outright rewritten for the better, minor changes are allowed here and there provided that it's incidental to fixing the actual damage. [[spoiler:The series ends on this too, as with the death of Kai the Taros, Sieg and Deneb should fade away. However, the strong memories they've made with the main cast allow them to exist beyond their initial timeline.]]



* CoolTrain: the [=DenLiner=], [=ZeroLiner=], [=GaohLiner=], and [=KingLiner=].

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* CoolTrain: The show is built on them, particularly the [=DenLiner=], [=ZeroLiner=], [=GaohLiner=], and [=KingLiner=].



** Of course, the tables turn when Gaoh returns to the [=GaohLiner=] - turns out that, while extremely powerful in its own right, it's not disposed towards fighting against [[spoiler:''six'' other time trains linked together, each armed to the teeth. The fact that Gaoh attempted a ramming strike against the [=ZeroLiner=], which has a ''drill'' for a weapon]] really just sealed the deal.



* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: a minor character in ''Ore, Tanjou!'' that helps Hana infiltrate Gaoh's fortress.

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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Senhime, a minor character in ''Ore, Tanjou!'' that helps Hana infiltrate Gaoh's fortress.



* FollowTheLeader[=/=]GenreTurningPoint: Because of how absurdly popular it was, virtually every other ''Kamen Rider'' series that followed Den-O has taken at least one cue from it. It also popularized the two-episode arc in Kamen Rider, which, though used in previous series, went on to be the standard episode format until [[Series/KamenRiderGaim Gaim]].

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* FollowTheLeader[=/=]GenreTurningPoint: Because of how absurdly popular it was, virtually every other ''Kamen Rider'' series that followed Den-O has taken at least one cue from it. It also popularized the two-episode arc in Kamen Rider, which, though used in previous series, went on to be the standard episode format until [[Series/KamenRiderGaim Gaim]].Gaim]] broke the trend.



* GratuitousEnglish: Among others: "Full Charge!", "Charge And Up!"

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* GratuitousEnglish: Among others: "Full Charge!", "Charge And Up!"All of the belts speak entirely in English. Momotaros' use of the word "Climax" also counts as a more standard use of the trope.
31st Oct '15 1:46:42 AM taikowolf
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* RippleEffectProofMemory: A ''very'' important plot point; all Singularity Points essentially have this.

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* RippleEffectProofMemory: A ''very'' important plot point; all Singularity Points essentially have this.this and, as time is based around memories, they effectively keep time from falling apart when it is changed. Though they don't remember every single thing, they restore what they remember, which then allows other people to remember how things were, creating [[Pun a ripple effect]] that restores the timeline. [[RetGone The only exception is for things that people simply do not have sufficient memories of, such as the invading Imagin, erasing them from the timeline and undoing any effects they may have had on it]]. [[spoiler:This becomes a massive problem for Yuto as, due to the Zeronos cards erasing peoples' memories of him, nobody remembers his actual life when Kai manages to kill him, resulting in a ''vastly'' different timeline where he never lived.]]
5th Oct '15 10:55:23 PM taikowolf
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* BiggerIsBetter: The Onigashima Battleship is '''huge'''. Comparing it to the [=DenLiner=] is like comparing [[Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger Daijinryu]] to a normal Zord. [[SubvertedTrope However]], the DenLiner's size and speed proves to be a major asset, allowing it to evade most of the shots fired at it and enter the battleship.

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* BiggerIsBetter: The Onigashima Battleship is '''huge'''. Comparing it to the [=DenLiner=] is like comparing [[Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger Daijinryu]] to a normal Zord. [[SubvertedTrope However]], the DenLiner's [=DenLiner's=] size and speed proves to be a major asset, allowing it to evade most of the shots fired at it and enter the battleship.



* FollowTheLeader[=/=]GenreTurningPoint: Because of how absurdly popular it was, virtually every other ''Kamen Rider'' series that followed Den-O has taken at least one cue from it.

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* FollowTheLeader[=/=]GenreTurningPoint: Because of how absurdly popular it was, virtually every other ''Kamen Rider'' series that followed Den-O has taken at least one cue from it. It also popularized the two-episode arc in Kamen Rider, which, though used in previous series, went on to be the standard episode format until [[Series/KamenRiderGaim Gaim]].
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