Here be the characters for Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
Please note that only tropes regarding their appearance in Gokaiger
go here. For tropes specific to the character in general or their series, go to the appropriate pages.
Aka Red | Voice Actor: Tōru Furuya
The spirit of the Red Warriors who appeared in Boukenger VS Super Sentai
. First appears in episode 2 in a flashback where it is shown that he gave Captain Marvelous the chest containing the Ranger Keys and Navi before running off to fight the Zangyack, implying that he died in battle. It is later revealed he was captain of the Red Pirates, searching for the Ranger Keys across the universe with Marvelous and Basco under his wing
The 1st Super Sentai team, formed in 1975.
Tsuyoshi Kaijo/Aka Ranger | Actor: Naoya Makoto
Leader of the Gorangers. Appears in episode 1 in-suit, and both in and out of suit in 199 Heroes
. He also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key and transforming into his former Ranger identity
Black Cross King
The Big Bad
to the Gorangers, he comes Back from the Dead
to serve as the villain in 199 Heroes
A villain from the Goranger
series. He appears in The Flying Ghost Ship
as one of the villains revived to fight the Gokaiger.
The 29th Super Sentai team, formed in 2005.
Kai Ozu/Magi Red | Actor: Atsushi Hashimoto
Leader of the Magirangers, the Magician of the Red. First appears at the end of episode 2 and then in episode 3, where he tests Marvelous and Don's courage. After passing, Kai accepts the Gokaigers as worthy users of the Magiranger's power.
Houka Ozu/Magi Pink | Actress: Ayumi Beppu
Kai's older sister and member of the Magirangers, the Magician of the Pink. Appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining her Ranger Key
Yuka Yamazaki | Actress: Kaoru Hirata
Kai's Love Interest
. Appears in episode 50.
- Continuity Nod: Still has the Magi Red plush doll that she made back in Magiranger.
Hades God Dagon | Voice Actor: Akio Ohtsuka
Leader of the Hades Gods, one of the enemies of the Magirangers. Appears prominently as one of the revived villains in 199 Heroes
- Bad Boss: His reaction to all his mooks suddenly turning into illusions of the Gokaigers and Goseigers is to start tearing through them hunting for the real things. This ends up being his downfall, as the real things were waiting for the right moment to get him.
- Shell Game: See above.
Vancuria | Voice Actress: Misa Watanabe
Queen of the Vampires, unaffected by standard vampire weaknesses. She appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
The 28th Super Sentai team, formed in 2004.
Banban "Ban" Akaza/Deka Red | Actor: Ryuuji Sainei
Leader of the Dekaranger's earth branch until his promotion to the Fire Squad in the Dekarange finale. Appears at the end of episode 5 to clear the Gokaigers of the Zangyack's charges of piracy on them.
- Anime Hair: Surprisingly averted this time around, as his hair is no longer spiky.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Although he clears them of piracy charges, he warns them that should they abuse the Dekaranger powers, he won't show as much mercy as Doggie did.
- The Cameo: His appearance is very brief compared to the other red rangers and Doggie teaches the Gokaiger An Aesop instead of him.
- Older and Wiser
Marika "Jasmine" Reimon/Deka Yellow | Actress: Ayumi Kinoshita
An ESPer and an officer of the SPD earth branch. Appears at the beginning of episode 5 to arrest Captain Marvelous for his crimes of piracy. However, he escapes, at which point, Jasmine contacts Doggie Kruger.
- Fair Cop: Still looks as good as she did in the original series. Marvelous even takes the time to call her "pretty" while escaping from the police station.
Koume "Umeko" Koudou/Deka Pink | Actress: Mika Kikuchi
Jasmine's main partner in SPD. Appears in 199 Heroes
, along with their Team Pet
Doggie "Boss" Kruger/Deka Master | Voice Actor: Tetsu Inada
Commander of the SPD's earth unit. Appears in episode 5 to apprehend Marvelous. At first, Kruger does not trust Marvelous, but after he saves him from Buramudo when he was injured saving Marvelous, Kruger sees him as an honorable warrior, lets Marvelous go and accepts the Gokaigers as worthy users of the Dekaranger's power. He also makes two more appearances: a voiceless cameo in 199 Heroes
, during the Black Cross King's speech, and in the end credits of the final episode, where he salutes the Gokaigers alongside Signalman after regaining his Ranger Key
Agent Abrella | Voice Actor: Ryūsei NakaoBig Bad
to the Dekarangers. Appears in The Flying Ghost Ship
, where he is revived by Los Dark to fight the Gokaiger.
- Bat out of Hell: Literally this time.
- The Unfought: His battle with the Gokaiger isn't really resolved, they just leave before defeating him.
The 31st Super Sentai team, formed in 2007.
Jan Kandou/Geki Red | Actor: Hiroki Suzuki
Unofficial leader of the Gekirangers, the "Unbreakable Body". Appears in episode 7, where he is seen teaching kenpo to a group of young students at a park. When Don and Ahim come across him, Ahim asks him to teach her his ways, to which he accepts. When asked to join, Don at first declines, but after realizing how strong the other 3 Gokaigers are, he decides to join Ahim. After the two get a distress call, Jan tells the two that their training is over. Before leaving, Don and Ahim are told by one of the students of Jan's tenure as Geki Red and how he was raised by tigers.
The Gekiranger's mentor, Grand Master of the Geki Jū Felis-Ken and leader of the Seven Kensai. Appears at the end of episode 7 to ask Jan if there was any more he wanted to teach the Gokaigers, to which he says they'll be able to learn the rest on their own.
A former Geki Juken user, who was well-known for commentating the Humongous Mecha
fights of his series. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
The 25th Super Sentai team, formed in 2001.
Kakeru Shishi/Gao Red | Actor: Noboru Kaneko
Leader of the Gaorangers. Appears in episode 9, where he tells the Gokaigers that his former Power Animal partner, Gao Lion, will not ally itself with a group of pirates. After tending to Ahim's injuries from the Zangyack's attack, Kakeru reveals his Gao Red identity to her and Don. After the Gokaigers defeat Bowser, Gao Lion accepts the Gokaigers as heroes and joins forces with them. At the end, Kakeru wishes his old partner luck in the upcoming battles against the Zangyack.
The original Gao Lion, Gao Red's Power Animal partner, who fought alongside the Gaorangers. After the Gokaigers stumble across him, he is at first hostile to them, until they prove themselves and he decides to lend them his power. He combines with GokaiOh to become GaoGokaiOh, a formation similar to GaoKentaurus, and then later recieves the ability to form ShinkenGokaiOh, similar to ShinkenOh, from the Shinkenger Ranger Keys
- Composite Character: He doubles as the mecha representative for both Gaoranger and Shinkenger, subbing in for Shishi Origami from the latter.
- King of Beasts
- Mechanical Lifeform: Like the other Power Animals in Gaoranger.
- A Mech by Any Other Name: He's the original Gao Lion as opposed to a creation of the Ranger Keys, and a mystical Power Animal to boot. Thus, he counts as an actual returning character.
The 33rd Super Sentai team, formed in 2009.
Tani Chiaki/Shinken Green | Actor: Shogo Suzuki
The Samurai of Wood. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes
during the Legend War.
Genta Umemori/Shinken Gold | Actor: Keisuke Sohma
The Samurai of Light and Sixth Ranger
to the Shinkengers. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes
during the Legend War.
Kaoru Shiba/Lady Shinken Red | Actor: Runa Natsui
The 18th head of the Shiba Clan and the Samurai of Fire. Appears in episodes 11 & 12, where she demands that the Gokaigers return the Shinkenger Keys, willing to fight for them if she has to. However, after seeing the teamwork and bond the Gokaigers share, she changes her mind and gives to Joe a Double Hiden Disk.
- Cute Bruiser: Hasn't lost her edge even after stepping down. Heck, if anything she's become slightly more arrogant.
- Honor Before Reason: Prevents Tanba from stealing back the Shinkenger keys despite the fact that the Gokaigers are sleeping and the chest to Ranger Keys are within reach.
- Weapon of Choice
Tanba Toshizo | Actor: Kazuyuki Matsuzawa
Kaoru's retainer, who speaks highly of her and denounces anyone who he feels is being rude to her.
Hone no Shitari | Voice Actor: ChoThe Strategist
of the Gedoushu. Appears in episode 40, where his death at the hands of the Gokaigers in Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger
is reenacted, though this time with an explanation as to how and why the Gokaigers met him in the first place.
The 20th Super Sentai team, formed in 1996.
Kyousuke Jinnai/Red Racer | Actor: Yuji Kishi
Leader of the Carrangers. Appears in episode 14, where after the Legend War, he became an actor, doing shows to teach children about traffic safety. He has a hard time getting the interests of the audience with only himself, so he asks the Gokaigers for help.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Instead of letting his ranger image vanish alone, Kyousuke instead slaps it down.
- Butt Monkey: Even Navi says the Carrangers' powers are useless!
- Large Ham: He turns traffic safety into an all-out melodrama.
- Love Triangle: Finds himself caught up in one between Insarn and Action Commander Jellacit.
- Medium Awareness: Considering which Super Sentai he's from, it's not surprising.
- Mythology Gag: Apparently it doesn't matter what team he's referring to. He'll extend the first syllable of the name anyway.
- Also, a villainess falls in love with him again.
- Older and Wiser: Subverted - he's older, but not much wiser than he was in Carranger.
- Super Speed: Despite not having his Red Racer powers anymore, he is shown to have running powers when the Gokaigers ran away after declining to help with his traffic safety class.
to the Carrangers, a robotic officer from the Planet Police. Appears during the end credits of the final episode saluting the Gokaigers alongside Doggie Kruger
The 34th Super Sentai team, formed in 2010. As the Gokaiger's immediate predecessors, all 6 of them appear in 199 Heroes
. They steal back the keys containing their powers from the Gokaigers, but join forces to battle an army of revived villains.
Alata/Gosei Red | Actor: Yudai Chiba
Unofficial leader of the Goseigers, Gosei Angel of the Skick tribe. Has a voice-only role in Super Hero Taisen
Eri/Gosei Pink | Actress: Rika Satoh
Gosei Angel of the Skick tribe.
Agri/Gosei Black | Actor: Kyousuke Hamao
Gosei Angel of the Landick tribe.
Moune/Gosei Yellow | Actress: Mikiho Niwa
Gosei Angel of the Landick tribe.
Hyde/Gosei Blue | Actor: Kento Ono
Gosei Angel of the Seaick tribe.
The sentient form of Groundion Header. Appears alongside them in 199 Heroes
Nozomu Amachi | Actor: Sakuya Nakamura
Friend of the Goseigers. Appears in 199 Heroes
, where he encourages everyone to believe in the Gokaigers and Goseigers during their battle with the Black Cross King.
- Vocal Evolution: You can tell Nozumu's voice has a slightly lower pitch then it was in the series.
Shuichirou Amachi | Actor: Louis Yamada LIII
Nozomu's father, an astronomer who runs the Amachi Institute. Appears in episode 50.
Brajira of the Messiah | Voice Actor: Nobuo TobitaBig Bad
to the Goseigers. Appears prominently as one of the revived villains in 199 Heroes
Metal Alice of the Agent | Voice Actress: Marina Inoue
The Dark Chick
of the Matrintis. Appears in episode 40 in a time period before the Matrintis made official contact with the Goseigers, where she tests a prototype Zan-KT unit with a mission to destroy the shrine the Gokaigers have been ordered to protect.
The 2nd Super Sentai team, formed in 1977.
Banba Soukichi/Big One | Actor: Hiroshi Miyauchi
New leader of the JAKQ, who had a similar experience ten years prior
. Appears in 199 Heroes
The 4th Super Sentai team, formed in 1980.
Daigoro Oume/Denzi Blue | Actor: Kenji Ohba
An acrobat from Denziman. Appears in 199 Heroes
. He also appears in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
, where he tells the Gokaigers that using his Ranger Key with the Battle Kenya Key will allow them to enter the Makuu Space Prison
The 6th Super Sentai team, formed in 1982.
Kanpei Kuroda/Goggle Black | Actor: Jun'ichi Haruta
Chess master and second in command of the Goggle Five. Appears in 199 Heroes
The 7th Super Sentai team, formed in 1983.
Rei Tachibana/Dyna Pink | Actor: Sayoko Hagiwara
Lady fencer and inventor seeking to create an animal-communicating device from Dynaman. Appears in 199 Heroes
The 8th Super Sentai team, formed in 1984.
Shirou Gou/Red One | Actor: Ryosuke Sakamoto
Leader of the Biomen, an air force pilot. Appears in 199 Heroes
. Also has a voice-only role in Super Hero Taisen
, in which he cheers on the Gokaigers, specifically Gai, to stop Silva.
Bio/Rider Hunter Silva | Actor: Kazuo Hayashi
The robot that was built to hunt down anything with Bio Particles in it and destroy it, which escalated to insanity before he was destroyed by the Biomen. Marvelous rebuilds him as a member of Dai-Zangyack and renames him Rider Hunter Silva in Super Hero Taisen
. He takes over as the main Sentai antagonist after the two villain groups turn on their leaders. With Red One watching, the Gokaigers destroy him using OOO's powers.
- Ax-Crazy: Except now he's out to kill all riders. And all Sentai.
- Big Bad: Of Super Hero Taisen, along with Narutaki.
- Breakout Character: He had a minor role in Bioman, but due to his popularity, he is the Dragon and one of the true Big Bads for the Sentai villains.
- Catchphrase: Hakkai!
- The Dragon: To Marvelous. Or so it seems
- Final Boss: One of three of Super Hero Taisen, fighting against the Gokaigers with OOO and Red One watching and the former outright helping them.
- The Man Behind the Man: Like Narutaki, he thought he was this.
- Meaningful Rename: To Rider Hunter Silva.
- Out-Gambitted: Marvelous and Tsukasa had done this to Silva and Narutaki from the beginning.
- Walking Spoiler
The 13th Super Sentai team, formed in 1989.
Riki Honoo/Red Turbo | Actor: Kenta Sato
Leader of the Turborangers, back then a high school student. Appears in 199 Heroes
The 17th Super Sentai team, formed in 1993.
Ryou/Ryuu Ranger | Actor: Keiichi Wada
Leader of the Dairangers, descendant of the Dai tribe. Appears in 199 Heroes
. He also appears in episode 33 of the series.
- Badass Normal: Is shown to be perfectly capable of kicking Zangyack ass even after losing his powers. He also remembers the Dairangers roll call and can still pull it off.
- Chef of Iron: After losing his Dairanger power, he's simply content to create the world's best gyoza, and even then he's no slouch at combat.
Shoji/Tenma Ranger | Actor: Ei Hamura
A former delinquent and member of the Dairangers. Appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key
Kazu/Kirin Ranger | Actor: Keisuke Tsuchiya
A beautician and member of the Dairangers. Appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key
The 30th Super Sentai team, formed in 2006.
Satoru Akashi/Bouken Red | Actor: Mitsuomi Takahashi
Leader of the Boukengers, the Fiery Adventurer. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes
during the Legend War. He also appears in episode 21 of the series, where he asks the Gokaigers to help him look for a Precious called the Heart of Hades.
- Badass Normal: Even without his powers, Chief is still an adventurer.
- Continuity Nod: He mentions that he gave the Gokaigers the Boukenger's greater power and his jacket still has the Acellular pocket without the Acellular.
Ryuuwon | Voice Actor: Junpei Morita
Creator of the Jaryuu Clan, one of the enemies the Boukengers faced. Appears in episode 21, where he is revived by the Heart of Hades.
- Back from the Dead: See above.
- Degraded Boss: Was one of the main villains of Boukenger and yet is little more than a Monster of the Week this episode. Granted, this is a Boukenger tribute.
- Despite this, he does give the Gokaigers one of their more difficult battles so far, including outright shrugging off everything thrown at him except the Gokai Adventure Drive.
- Healing Factor: Obtained from the Heart of Hades. The power ultimately goes out of control when the Heart is removed, causing him to grow giant and go completely berserk.
- Scars Are Forever: Despite getting revived and gaining said Healing Factor, he keeps a broken horn and scar on the left side of his face.
Kaze no Shizuka | Actress: Mami Yamasaki
AKA Shizuka of the Wind, a member of the Dark Hand. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
Maboroshi no Gekkou | Voice Actor: Banjō Ginga
AKA the Owl of Illusions, a member of the Dark Hand. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
The 32nd Super Sentai team, formed in 2008.
Sosuke Esumi/Go-On Red | Actor: Yasuhisa Furuhara
Leader of the Go-Ongers, the Speed King. Appears in episodes 35 and 36, where he asks the Gokaigers to help him defeat The Remnant
of the Gaiark.
- Anime Hair: Like Ban, this was one of his defining traits. And like Ban, it's averted this time around as well.
- Badass Normal: Taking on the Uguts without his powers, which doubles as a Call Back to the original incident when the Engines picked him to join.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: Not only his hair is still black, like how it was during Shinkenger VS Go-onger, it has mellowed out quite a bit from the Anime Hair it was before.
- Idiot Hero: To the extent that he tries to leap into an interdimensional tear via pole vault and trampoline. Is he making up for Gunpei's absence?
- Older and Wiser: Played with - his shtick of invoking '70s daytime drama behavior is actually carried over from Go-Onger.
Saki Rouyama/Go-On Yellow | Actress: Rina Aizawa
Sweet Angel of the Go-Onger team. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes
during the Legend War. She also appears in The Flying Ghost Ship
Miu Suto/Go-On Silver | Actress: Yumi Sugimoto
One of two Sixth Rangers
to the Go-Ongers, the Lovely Sensation. Appears in The Flying Ghost Ship
. She also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining her Ranger Key
Bomper | Voice Actress: Akiko Nakagawa
A small robot who assisted the Go-Ongers. Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
An Engine from the Machine World, partner to Sosuke and one-third of Engine-oh. Father of Machalcon.
Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
Another Engine, partner of Ren, also one-third of Engine-oh. Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
BearRV | Voice Actress: Miki Inoue
Another Engine, partner of Saki, also one-third of Engine-Oh. Mother of Machalcon.
Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
Water Pollution Minister Kegaleshia | Actress: Nao Oikawa
One of the main antagonists of the Go-Ongers. She appears in The Flying Ghost Ship
, and later becomes a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
- Heel-Face Turn: tells the Gokaigers that the reason why they were in the Makuu Prison was because they renounced their evil ways, and the Zangyack weren't happy about it. In fact, the last time Kegalesia and her cohorts appeared (during Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger) you could argue that they have already made their turn.
Prime Minister Yogoshimacritein | Voice Actor: Kiyoyuki YanadaFinal Boss
to the Go-Ongers. Appears prominently as one of the revived villains in 199 Heroes
- Funny Background Event: While giving his rant to the Gokaigers and Goseigers, you can see a couple of his mooks struggling with holding his hammer.
- He's seen grovelling after getting rejected by Luka and Moune, before they finish him off.
- Jidai Geki: His lair in 199 Heroes.
- Took a Level in Dumbass: In his own series, he was the Vile Villain to Go-onger's Saccharine Show. Here, he behaves exactly like his Goldfish Poop Gang-leading son did, trying to make a movie out of his defeat of some of the Gokaigers and Goseigers, and ultimately being defeated by the yellow warriors distracting him by asking him for an autograph. Rule of Funny at work, and probably done to make him more distinct from the other villains.
Earth Pollution Minister Yogostein | Voice Actor: Kiyoyuki Yanada
One of the main antagonists of the Go-Ongers. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
- Continuity Nod: He still has that sake bottle, one of the items that he and his friends filched from Genta's sushi stand during Shinkenger vs. Go-onger.
- Funny Background Event: during the chaos that ensued during the prison escape, his head accidentally hits the jail bars.
Air Pollution Minister Kitaneidas | Voice Actor: Mitsuaki Madono
One of the main antagonists of the Go-Ongers. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
The 27th Super Sentai team, formed in 2003.
Yukito Sanjyo/Abare Blue | Actor: Sho Tomita
A chiropractor and second in command of the Abarangers. Appears in episode 29 to inform the Gokaigers of a secret property of the Abaranger's greater power.
- The Cameo: Only interacts with the Gokaigers for a single scene; his other two scenes could be easily cut without the episode's plot being affected one bit.
Mikoto Nakadai/Abare Killer | Actor: Kotaro Tanaka Eleventh Hour Ranger
to the Abarangers. Appears in episode 18 in Gai's dream, alongside Dragon Ranger and Time Fire, where he gives him the Gokai Cellular and the Gokai Silver key
after approving of the Heroic Sacrifice
Emiri Imanaka-Sanjyo | Actress: Michi Nishijima
A former High School student who assisted the Abarangers. Appears in episode 29, where she gives Ahim a homemade Abare Pink Ranger Key.
Yatsudenwani | Voice Actor: Kyosei Tsukui
A former Monster of the Week
who was abducted by AbareKiller to become his servant. Appears in as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
The 16th Super Sentai team, formed in 1992.
Goushi/Mammoth Ranger | Actor: Seiju Umon
Second in command and brains of the Zyurangers, a knight of the Sharma Tribe. Appears in episode 50. He also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key
- Super Strength: Possibly, considering that it's been 20 years since Zyuranger. He has no trouble lifting massive chunks of debris, and doesn't even break a sweat at it.
Burai/Dragon RangerSixth Ranger
to the Zyurangers. Appears (in-suit) in episode 18 in Gai's dream.
The 24th Super Sentai team, formed in 3000 note
, but active in 2000.
Domon/Time Yellow | Actor: Shuhei Izumi
Fighter, womanizer and an officer of the Time Protection Department. Appears in episode 40, where he sends the Gokaigers on a mission back in time to October 2nd, 2010, to defend a shrine that will be destroyed on that date with claims of a greater power to be obtained there.
- Foreshadowing: The Greater Power he promised the Gokaigers? It wasn't a lie.
- Hologram: The method through which he contacts the Gokaigers.
- Manly Tears of Joy: By the end of episode 40, after looking at the photo sent by Gai.
Naoto Takizawa/Time FireSixth Ranger
to the Timerangers. Appears (in-suit) in episode 18 in Gai's dream.
Honami Moriyama | Actress: Tamao Yoshimura
A reporter who covered the battles between the Timerangers and the Londers Family. Appears in episode 40.
Mirai Moriyama | Actor: Asuka Komiya
Son of single mother Honami, and the real focus of ep 40.
The 22nd Super Sentai team, formed in 1998.
Ryoma/Ginga Red | Actor: Kazuki Maehara
Leader of the Gingamen. Appears in episode 20, where he saves the Gokaigers (sans Marvelous and Gai) from a hard fall after their defeat by Basco's lackeys. At the end, Ryouma says that while he finds it strange to have Space Pirates
as a Super Sentai team, he accepts them because of their heroism.
- The Cameo: Just like Ban, he got less screentime than Hyuuga.
- Continuity Nod: He finds the idea of a space pirate Sentai team strange because the Gingamen's enemies were...space pirates.
Hyuga/Black Knight | Actor: Teruaki OgawaSixth Ranger
to the Gingamen and Ryouma's older brother. Appears in episode 20, where he is attacked by Basco trying to obtain the Gingaman's greater power from him. After Gai takes him to safety, Hyuuga offers to take over the role of Gokai Silver from Gai, believing he lacked the confidence to protect the earth.
The 23rd Super Sentai team, formed in 1999.
Sho Tatsumi/Go Green | Actor: Atsushi Harada
Helicopter pilot and member of the Go Go Five team. Appears during the end credits of the final episode saluting the Gokaigers after regaining his Ranger Key
Matsuri Tatsumi/Go Pink | Actress: Kayoko Shibata
Paramedic and member of the Go Go Five team. Appears in episode 23, where she is attacked by Basco trying to obtain the Go Go Five's greater power from her.
- Sadistic Choice: Confronted with one by Basco - give him her team's great power, or let the child she's trying to rescue die. As per her team's philosophy, she's willing to give up the power, but Luka and Ahim are on hand to come up with a third option.
The 26th Super Sentai team, formed in 2002. All three Hurricangers appear in episodes 25 & 26 to join forces with the Gokaigers against the identical sons
of their enemies Sundahl and Satudakura.
Yousuke Shiina/Hurricane Red | Actor: Shun Shioya
Leader of the Hurricangers, the ninja of wind.
Nanami Nono/Hurricane Blue | Actress: Nao Nagasawa
Ninja of water.
Kouta Bitou/Hurricane Yellow | Actor: Kohei Yamamoto
Ninja of land.
Furaimaru | Voice actor: Hironori Miyata
A mechanical ninja summoned from the Hurricaneger's Karakuri Balls, who allowed the Hurricanegers and Goraigers to combine their mecha. Like Gao Lion, he is the original character (with some changes) and thus qualifies as a returning character.
The 15th Super Sentai team, formed in 1991.
Gai Yuuki/Black Condor | Actor: Toshihide Wakamatsu
Womanizer and second in command of the Jetmen, who died at the finale of Jetman
. Appears in episode 28, where he makes a short trip to the living world to meet the Gokaigers.
- Back from the Dead: Subverted. He went back to heaven once it's over.
- Backup from Otherworld: He didn't come back to help the Gokaiger, but the original Jetman to prevent them from being pulled into the fight. Despite being dead, he's more than capable of fighting and can even transform into Black Condor.
- Chess with Death: He is at the beginning playing a card game with a woman who is later implied to be God. Dialogue suggests that winning the hand is apparently what allows him to leave the bar.
- Continuity Nod: Gai sits on the same bench where he died in the end of Jetman, and mentions how beautiful the sky is, which were some of his last words.
- Cool Sword: Bringer Sword
- Expy: As per the original Jetman, Gai is based off of Joe the Condor from Gatchaman.
- Grave Marking Scene: It's shown that his former teammates have recently left presents by his graveside (including an Ako-chan noodle cup), implying that they still visit it regularly.
- I Just Want to Be Normal: More "I Just Want My Friends To Be Normal", part of the reason he returns to Earth is to keep the Gokaigers from drawing his teammates away from their normal lives.
- This also has a subtle Call Back and Fridge Brilliance to the non-canon Jetman manga, when in the beginning, Ryuu mentioned that he felt that Gai is watching over the Jetmen from the skies, protecting them. Turns out he REALLY is.
- I See Dead People: The Gokaiger, the Monster of the Week and the Gormins see and interact with him as normal, but Gai Ikari just sees them talking to and flailing around at empty air. When he learns who they're speaking with, he's very upset that he's missing the chance to meet another legendary Ranger and theorizes that only he was unable to see him because he's an Earthling while everyone else is of alien nature.
- Mundane Afterlife: Gai's heaven is apparently a jazz club where he gets to sit and play poker with a beautiful woman (who is none other than God - or at least, how s/he appears to him) for all eternity. He seems quite happy with it.
The 12th Super Sentai team, formed in 1988.
Joh Ohara/Yellow Lion | Actor: Kazuhiko Nishimura
Sportsman and second in command of the Livemen. Appears in episode 30.
- Continuity Nod: Now works as a researcher for Academia, the same university he graduated from during Liveman.
- I Let Gwen Stacy Die: His failure to save Tsukigata and Senda is why he decided to stay at Academia, to guide the students and make sure that none of them ever make the same mistake.
- Shell-Shocked Senior: Still struggling with his above failure nearly 20 years later.
The 19th Super Sentai team, formed in 1995.
Gorou Hoshino/Oh Red | Actor: Masaru Shishido
Leader of the Ohrangers. Appears in episodes 31 & 32.
Momo Maruo/Oh Pink | Actress: Tamao Sato
An officer of the UAOH. Appears in episode 31 & 32.
The 21st Super Sentai team, formed in 1997.
Kenta Date/Mega Red | Actor: Hayato Oshiba
Unofficial leader of the Megarangers. Appears in episode 39, where he now works as a teacher at his old High School, Moroboshi High.
The 3rd Super Sentai team, formed in 1979.
Shiro Akebono/Battle Kenya | Actor: Kenji Ohba
A wild child from the Battle Fever team. Appears in episode 44, where he acts as Santa Claus. He also appears in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
, where he tells the Gokaigers that using his Ranger Key with the Denzi Blue Key will allow them to enter the Makuu Space Prison
- The Cameo: Only appears in two scenes of the Christmas Episode, and you don't realize it's him until the very end, being the most blink-and-miss of the sentai legends, but worry not: he gets more screentime in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
- Speaks Fluent Animal: Shiro can talk to animals, and his appearances in Gokaiger show him hanging around with a panda (well, more like a guy in a panda suit, but still...).
The 18th Super Sentai team, formed in 1994.
Tsuruhime/Ninja White | Actress: Satomi Hirose
Leader of the Kakurangers. Appears at the end of episode 45.
Ninjaman | Voice Actor: Kazuki Yao
Ally to the Kakurangers and a former pupil of the Sanshinshou. Appears in episodes 45 & 46.
- Deader Than Dead: A bit of Ascended Fridge Horror, since the Gokaigers discussed that this would have been his fate if Domon hadn't sent the Gokaigers to the past and protected Negakure Temple. That, or...
- Forgot About His Powers: In Kakuranger, he was capable of growing giant-size on his own to fight alongside the mecha. In #46, the Kakuranger Grand Power is needed to make him giant, and he never changes into Samuraiman.
- Of course, the monster didn't call him "Blue Squirt"...
- It Was with You All Along: HE is the Kakuranger Grand Power. Even Ninjaman himself was surprised.
- Katanas Are Just Better: Ninja Sword
- Sealed Good in a Can
- Sixth Ranger: To the Kakurangers, which made his absence during the Legend War rather peculiar (especially after 199 Heroes revealed that some of the other oddball heroes, such as Signalman and Zubaan, also participated in the battle - his absence was explained in-series, however; see What the Hell, Hero?).
- The Thing That Would Not Leave: How some of the Gokaigers (with the obvious exception of Gai) feel after having Ninjaman stay in the Galleon for a week.
- A Twinkle in the Sky: After a truck crashes into him.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: never appears in the final two episodes; the least the Gokaigers could do was call on him for an extra giant muscle during the invasion.
- What the Hell, Hero?: The Sanshinshō put him back in his jar for 10 years as punishment for going overboard while trying to save a girl from rampaging zoo animals.
- He gives himself one of these when he learns that this lead to him not being there when his comrades and the entire Earth needed him in the Legend War.
The 5th Super Sentai team, formed in 1981.
Takayuki Hiba/Vul Eagle II | Actor: Takayuki Godai
Second leader of the Sun Vulcan. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Sun Vulcan's Greater Power to the Gokaigers. He also appears during the end credits of the final episode saluting the Gokaigers after regaining his Ranger Key
The 9th Super Sentai team, formed in 1985.
Sho Hayate/Change Griffin | Actor: Kazuoki Takahashi
Second in command of the Changemen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Changeman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers.
The 10th Super Sentai team, formed in 1986.
Dai/Green Flash | Actor: Kihachiro Uemura
Strongman and second in command of the Flashmen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Flashman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers.
The 11th Super Sentai team, formed in 1987.
Akira/Blue Mask | Actor: Issei Hirota
Chinese boxer and swords expert of the Maskmen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Maskman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers.
The 14th Super Sentai team, formed in 1990.
Remi Hoshikawa/Five Yellow | Actress: Keiko Hayase
Music teacher, kung fu expert and member of the Fivemen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Fiveman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers. She also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining her Ranger Key
Characters appearing in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger The Movie The Flying Ghost Ship
Characters appearing in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie
Characters appearing in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger The Movie