History Series / TensouSentaiGoseiger

23rd Apr '17 2:57:39 PM Exxolon
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''Tensō Sentai Goseiger'' (Celestial Armament Squadron Planet Defen-ger)[[note]]''Tensō'' means "heavenly cloth" or "celestial armament", while the name "Goseiger" is a portmanteau of ''goseija'' (planet guardian) and "ranger"[[/note]] is the 34th program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' series, airing from 2010 to 2011.

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''Tensō Sentai Goseiger'' (Celestial (''Celestial Armament Squadron Planet Defen-ger)[[note]]''Tensō'' Defen-ger'')[[note]]''Tensō'' means "heavenly cloth" or "celestial armament", while the name "Goseiger" is a portmanteau of ''goseija'' (planet guardian) and "ranger"[[/note]] is the 34th program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' series, airing from 2010 to 2011.
5th Apr '17 7:49:12 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: InUniverse. [[spoiler: Had Gosei Green not bit the bullet before the beginning of the series, ''Goseiger'' would have been the first series to start with more than 5 rangers[[note]]while, ironically enough, ''Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger'', whose Green Ranger was played by the same actor as Magis, was the first to end up with a higher than normal number of rangers by the end of the series, that team started out with the standard 5 rangers[[/note]]. However, because of his untimely death, the team started out with the standard 5. The idea of a team starting out with more than 5 rangers was eventually realized [[Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger 8 years later]].]]

28th Mar '17 9:19:38 PM Eddy1215
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* BatmanInMyBasement: the entire series has our heroes living in a spare room in Nozomu's house.

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* BatmanInMyBasement: the The entire series has our heroes living in a spare room in Nozomu's house.



* TheBlindLeadingTheBlind: a stunning ''three-level'' affair in Epic 20. Nozomu convinces a schoolmate to approach the Gosei teens for love advice (since apparently Cupid is ''kind of like'' an Angel), and they in turn look to ''Prof. Amachi of all people''. (Yes, he has a son and is obviously qualified, but you really wouldn't think so otherwise...)

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* TheBlindLeadingTheBlind: a A stunning ''three-level'' affair in Epic 20. Nozomu convinces a schoolmate to approach the Gosei teens for love advice (since apparently Cupid is ''kind of like'' an Angel), and they in turn look to ''Prof. Amachi of all people''. (Yes, he has a son and is obviously qualified, but you really wouldn't think so otherwise...)



* ChildhoodFriends: Alata and Eri

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* ChildhoodFriends: Alata and EriEri.



*** AllYourPowersCombined: Knightick Power, specific to Gosei Knight. There is also a Gosei Card called ''Trianglobal'' that combines the Skick, Landick and Seaick powers together.

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*** AllYourPowersCombined: Knightick Power, specific to Gosei Knight. There is also a Gosei Card called ''Trianglobal'' that combines the Skick, Landick and Seaick powers together. [[spoiler:This also applies to Brajira as he took the orbs of his two teammates]].



* LoveMakesYouCrazy: the premise of Epic 20 (and a CallBack to Shinkenger's Butler episode) has a [=MotW=] able to twist the love in people's hearts into painful obsession - after which he sweeps in to provide release ''by [[LiteralGenie consuming their emotions whole.]]''

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* LoveMakesYouCrazy: the The premise of Epic 20 (and a CallBack to Shinkenger's Butler episode) has a [=MotW=] able to twist the love in people's hearts into painful obsession - after which he sweeps in to provide release ''by [[LiteralGenie consuming their emotions whole.]]''



** TruthInTelevision: parents all over were ''deliberately'' infecting their own children with it to turn them into geniuses. Make no mistake, education in Japan is SeriousBusiness. Also counts as a TakeThat.

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** TruthInTelevision: parents Parents all over were ''deliberately'' infecting their own children with it to turn them into geniuses. Make no mistake, education in Japan is SeriousBusiness. Also counts as a TakeThat.
7th Feb '17 11:44:39 PM mega95gox
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* XMeetsY: The series itself can be arguably summed up as ''Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger'' meets ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel''.

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* XMeetsY: The series itself can be arguably summed up as ''Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger'' meets ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel''.
7th Feb '17 11:40:27 PM mega95gox
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->"''Guarding the Planet is an Angel's mission!''"

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->"''Guarding the Planet is an Angel's mission!''"
duty!''"



* OnTheNextEpisodeOfCatchPhrase: "Protecting the Planet is an Angel's mission!"

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* OnTheNextEpisodeOfCatchPhrase: "Protecting the Planet is an Angel's mission!"duty!"




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* XMeetsY: The series itself can be arguably summed up as ''Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger'' meets ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel''.
27th Nov '16 1:32:08 PM nombretomado
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** The BigBad has two aliases, both of which come from TechNoir films: [[spoiler:Buredoran (''Film/BladeRunner'') and Brajira (''Film/{{Brazil}}''). "Buredoran" even gets altered to fit whatever group he's with, including "bu" for "warrior" with the Yuumajuu and becoming [=BuredoRUN=] with the Matrintis.]] His monsters are also named after fantasy series: Namono-Gatari (''Naruniakoku Monogatari'', aka ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia''), Bari-Boru-Dara (''Franchise/HarryPotter''), and Ro-O-Za-Ri (''Rodo Obu Za Ringu'', aka ''Film/LordOfTheRings'').

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** The BigBad has two aliases, both of which come from TechNoir films: [[spoiler:Buredoran (''Film/BladeRunner'') and Brajira (''Film/{{Brazil}}''). "Buredoran" even gets altered to fit whatever group he's with, including "bu" for "warrior" with the Yuumajuu and becoming [=BuredoRUN=] with the Matrintis.]] His monsters are also named after fantasy series: Namono-Gatari (''Naruniakoku Monogatari'', aka ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia''), ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia''), Bari-Boru-Dara (''Franchise/HarryPotter''), and Ro-O-Za-Ri (''Rodo Obu Za Ringu'', aka ''Film/LordOfTheRings'').
6th Jun '16 8:11:12 AM Eddy1215
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* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:Brajira]].



* LastVillainStand: Following the destruction of Warstar, Dereputa, having survived an earlier fight, returns to settle his rivalry with [=GoseiRed=] once and for all.



* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:In Episode 44, it's revealed that Bradeoran was manipulating the three villain factions from the start and was actually the TrueFinalBoss]].



* MoodWhiplash: The beginning of episode 45. After the grave, foreboding ending of episode 44, the first thing we see in episode 45 is... the Goseigers happily setting up Christmas decorations around the observatory as though nothing had happened. But then Alata lashes us back in the other direction by abruptly starting a serious discussion about the implications of the previous episode.

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* MoodWhiplash: The beginning of episode 45. After the grave, foreboding ending of episode 44, the first thing we see in episode 45 is... the Goseigers happily setting up taking down Christmas decorations around the observatory as though nothing had happened. But then Alata lashes us back in the other direction by abruptly starting a serious discussion about the implications of the previous episode.
28th May '16 12:21:39 PM VyHuynh123
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* AmbiguouslyGay: Alata during the Warstar arc up until the beginning of the Matorintis arc. He engages in many feminine tendencies, not limited to planting, house decoration, and cooking. (Though to be fair, Hyde cooks, too) He has a very cheerful disposition unlike Agri and Hyde, who are [[TheStoic rather quiet and prideful.]] The show simply explains it off as a PlotDevice by saying that all Skick Tribe members are naturally cheerful and bubbly. Of course, by the time the Matorintis arrived, he had made his transition to TheLeader, and was changed into more of a battle-ready combatant compared to his formerly carefree attitude. (He still retained his cheerfulness, however.)
4th May '16 3:33:30 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** There's some clear inspiration from GurrenLagann in Datas, especially with his limbs extending and gaining a new headpiece as [=DatasHyper=]. And in Epic 23, Mystic [=DatasHyper=] has a visible reaction to Eri and Moune getting their bikini tops blasted off.

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** There's some clear inspiration from GurrenLagann ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' in Datas, especially with his limbs extending and gaining a new headpiece as [=DatasHyper=]. And in Epic 23, Mystic [=DatasHyper=] has a visible reaction to Eri and Moune getting their bikini tops blasted off.
8th Jan '16 9:19:33 PM Kayube
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* AllThereInTheManual: Many years after the series aired, the [[Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger Ranger Key Set: Lost Edition]] finally revealed the appearance of [[spoiler:[=GoseiGreen=]'s helmet, along with his roll call phrase. Apparently, his animal was the dolphin.]]
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