History Series / KamenRiderOOO

16th Feb '17 11:38:09 AM Hafumanroblox
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--> -- The first line of the opening lyrics.

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--> -- The GratuitousEnglish first line of the opening lyrics.
3rd Jan '17 4:08:56 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* {{Badass}}: Shingo Izumi is revealed in a flashback in #19 as such: He breaks his arm to save someone and shrugs it casually off. Also, Eiji, who shows no fear while plummeting to his death off buildings and even confronts Yummies untransformed, and Goto, especially in episode 38. These two just scream "badass".
** BadassBiker: Goto, again. Perhaps there's a good reason he survived the Ride Vendor squad massacre, along with the fact that he's an ex-police officer.
*** Ankh and Eiji also count.

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* {{Badass}}: Shingo Izumi is revealed in a flashback in #19 as such: He breaks his arm to save someone and shrugs it casually off. Also, Eiji, who shows no fear while plummeting to his death off buildings and even confronts Yummies untransformed, and Goto, especially in episode 38. These two just scream "badass".
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BadassBiker: Goto, again. Perhaps there's a good reason he survived the Ride Vendor squad massacre, along with the fact that he's an ex-police officer.
*** Ankh and Eiji also count.
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** Kougami's bizarre levels have evolved into a [[{{Meme}} Memetic]] CrazyAwesome BadAss.

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** Kougami's bizarre levels have evolved into a [[{{Meme}} Memetic]] CrazyAwesome BadAss.badass.
25th Dec '16 10:28:51 PM amyjess
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* ArcWords: "Happy Birthday." Aside from Kougami's obsession with the concept of birth and beginnings, maybe there's more meaning to those words. Especially when it's Kobayashi holding the pen.

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* ArcWords: ArcWords:
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"Happy Birthday." Aside from Kougami's obsession with the concept of birth and beginnings, maybe there's more meaning to those words. Especially when it's Kobayashi holding the pen.pen.
** Expect to hear "desire" a lot in the series, as it's used to describe the motivations of nearly every major character.



** Expect to hear "desire" a lot in the series, as it's used to describe the motivations of nearly every major character.
25th Dec '16 10:26:36 PM amyjess
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* AnAesop: An interesting lesson on Greed, or rather Desire. While of course [[AmbitionIsEvil the evils of excess Greed]] are seen in, well, [[FiveBadBand the Greeed]] as well as various people who become [[MonsterOfTheWeek Yummies]], the other side of the spectrum, wanting nothing at all or the lack of desire, is shown in the Purple Core Medals with [[spoiler: Eiji himself]]. The moral of the story is that, well, [[MemeticMutation Greed IS Good]], so long as you can control your desires without hurting others.

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* AmbitionIsEvil: Subverting this trope is the CentralTheme of the series. At first, it looks like the show is going to play it straight: the villains are literally called the Greeed and are motivated by such, while TheHero has no ambition whatsoever. There is however, Kougami, a character who extols the virtue of desire while supporting the hero; early in the series, his motives are shrouded in mystery. Eventually, it's revealed that Eiji's lack of ambition isn't what makes him a hero; it's what's ''holding him back'' from being an even better hero than he already is, and rather than giving Kougami a nefarious hidden agenda, the show firmly establishes him as the BigGood. Ultimately, the series ends up hammering home the point that a total of ambition is a form of depression, and depression is ''bad''.
* AnAesop: An interesting lesson on Greed, or rather Desire. While of course [[AmbitionIsEvil the evils of excess Greed]] are seen in, well, [[FiveBadBand the Greeed]] as well as various people who become [[MonsterOfTheWeek Yummies]], the other side of the spectrum, wanting nothing at all or the lack of desire, is shown in the Purple Core Medals with [[spoiler: Eiji [[spoiler:Eiji himself]]. The moral of the story is that, well, [[MemeticMutation Greed IS Good]], so long as you can control your desires without hurting others.
9th Oct '16 4:49:48 PM Mullon
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* AscendedMeme: Most likely an aversion, but an interesting coincidence nevertheless: OOO is quite similar to the popular [[ImageBoards /m/]] FanCharacter ''Kamen Rider Yen''. Not only in the coin theme and coin operated weapons, but also the main character of both is a homeless drifter and fights monsters born from greed.

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* AscendedMeme: Most likely an aversion, but an interesting coincidence nevertheless: OOO is quite similar to the popular [[ImageBoards [[Website/FourChan /m/]] FanCharacter ''Kamen Rider Yen''. Not only in the coin theme and coin operated weapons, but also the main character of both is a homeless drifter and fights monsters born from greed.
21st Jul '16 6:26:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: The Shocker Grunt in #28. When a shot from an actual gun fails to injure Eiji (he switched out a prop gun for a real one), he takes the gun himself and tries to destroy the [[TransformationTrinket OOO Driver]].
12th May '16 11:41:21 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** #17-18: A {{Kendo}} student.

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** #17-18: A {{Kendo}} UsefulNotes/{{Kendo}} student.
14th Apr '16 5:46:46 PM Kayube
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*** Somewhat averted in one episode, if I recall. Eiji is shown getting ready for bed, and starts removing Candroids he had hidden in his sleeves and boots, as well as wrapped around the inside of his shins.

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*** Somewhat averted in In one episode, if I recall. Eiji is shown getting ready for bed, and starts removing Candroids he had hidden in his sleeves and boots, as well as wrapped around the inside of his shins.
11th Apr '16 5:24:01 PM Redkun
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The major recurring theme in Kamen Rider OOO is about "desire"[[note]]''Yokubō''[[/note]] or "greed". The interesting part is that rather than painting a clear Black-and-White picture about the topic, their story advocates a healthy balance between all-consuming obsession and purposeless nihilism; in short, it presents a ''pragmatic'' view about desire.

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The major recurring theme in Kamen Rider OOO is about "desire"[[note]]''Yokubō''[[/note]] or "greed". The interesting part is that rather than painting a clear Black-and-White picture about the topic, their story advocates a healthy balance between all-consuming obsession and a purposeless nihilism; void; in short, it presents a ''pragmatic'' view about desire.
11th Apr '16 1:13:18 PM Redkun
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The story opens with the reawakening of the Greeed ''[sic]'', a race of powerful monsters created hundreds of years ago with alchemy. Each Greeed is made up of "Core Medals", [[BizarreAlienBiology magical coins which are like their brain and other body organs]], and "Cell Medals", which are their 'blood' and food. Cell Medals are created by human desire, and the Greeed 'farm' [[EmotionEater Cell Medals from humans]]. Driven by their own insatiable hunger, the Greeed seek both Cell Medals to get stronger, and the far more rare Core Medals, which can unleash their full, terrible power upon the world. There is also a prophecy which states that if a single being is able to gather all of the Core Medals, they will become the destined "Multi King" of the Greeed.

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The story opens with the reawakening of the Greeed ''[sic]'', a race of powerful monsters created hundreds of years ago with alchemy. Each Greeed is made up of "Core Medals", [[BizarreAlienBiology magical coins called Medals]]: "Core Medals" which are like serve as the foundation of their brain and other body organs]], being, and "Cell Medals", which are Medals" that compose their 'blood' and food. Cell Medals are created by human desire, and the Greeed 'farm' [[EmotionEater Cell Medals from humans]]. matter. Driven by their own insatiable hunger, the Greeed seek both to consume as many Medals as possible to increase their strength, harvesting Cell Medals to get stronger, and the far more rare from human desire while searching for their missing Core Medals, a complete set of which can will unleash their full, true, terrible power upon the world. There is also a prophecy which states that if a single being is able to gather all of the Core Medals, they will become the destined "Multi King" of the Greeed.



The major recurring theme in Kamen Rider OOO is about "desire"[[note]]''Yokubō''[[/note]] or "greed". The interesting part is that rather than painting a clear Black-and-White picture about the topic, the story maintains a balance between excess and void - in short, it presents a ''pragmatic'' view about desire.

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The major recurring theme in Kamen Rider OOO is about "desire"[[note]]''Yokubō''[[/note]] or "greed". The interesting part is that rather than painting a clear Black-and-White picture about the topic, the their story maintains advocates a healthy balance between excess all-consuming obsession and void - purposeless nihilism; in short, it presents a ''pragmatic'' view about desire.
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