Characters: Tensou Sentai Goseiger
Tensou Sentai Goseiger
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Alata/Gosei Red | Actor: Yudai Chiba
- Ambiguously Gay: Especially during the Warstar arc. Alata cooks, tends plants, and engages in many feminine tendencies that give off unique signals. Of course, by the time the Matorintis come in, Alata's bubblyness was considerably toned down, his position as the Kid-Appeal Character given more to Moune.
- The ambiguity appears to be because the show couldn't decide whether or not the Goseigers understand what romance is - in episode 20 it was stated they didn't, yet in an earlier episode, Agri had got upset at the prospect of Moune having a boyfriend.
- Beware the Nice Ones: On the whole, Alata is probably one of the nicest people you could ever hope to meet. However, if you somehow manage to get him to lose his temper, he will END YOU.
- Barrier Warrior: The Defenstorm Expand Card.
- Determinator: No doubt the biggest one on the team.
- Catch Phrase: "For now, let's just try." note
- Childhood Friends: Eri and him.
- Cool Sword: Skick Sword
- Dub Name Change: "Miru" in the Korean dub
- Elemental Powers
- Finishing Move: Super Sky Dynamic
- Heroic Resolve
- Incorruptible Pure Pureness
- Invisibility: The Invisibreeze Outbreak Card.
- Kid-Appeal Character: Believe it or not, he's possibly the youngest male on the team.
- The Kirk: Shares this with Eri.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: The Memoryfly Expand Card.
- The Leader: Though not a leader in name, Alata nonetheless becomes a very strong type III/IV, as he has absolute faith in his and his friends' strength as a team. This is best exemplified when he gets sent back in time and manages to transform the Goseigers from a group of untrusting strangers into True Companions in the space of an afternoon.
- Let's Get Dangerous: Epic 16 in spades.
- He also shows it when fighting dark Gosei Knight in Epic 48.
- Not Quite Flight: The Windrive Splash Card.
- The Pollyanna
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: In both Goseiger team-up movies, he's the sensitive guy to the other Red Rangers' (Takeru and Marvelous) manly man.
- Signature Move: Red Break
- Super Gosei Red: Super Red Break
- Skilled, but Na´ve
Eri/Gosei Pink | Actor: Rika Satoh
Agri/Gosei Black | Actor: Kyosuke Hamao
Moune/Gosei Yellow | Actor: Mikiho Niwa
Hyde/Gosei Blue | Actor: Kento Ono
Magis/Gosei Green (deceased) | Actor: Yousuke Ito
- All Your Powers Combined: His 'Knightick Power' lets him use Skick, Landick, and Seaick powers.
- His mecha reflect this, as well: Groundion is an enormous dump truck, Sealeon is formed from a cruise liner, and Skyon is based on a blimp.
- There's also the Trianglobal Focus Card.
- Animal Motif: Lion
- Barrier Warrior: The Defenstorm and Defenstream Expand Cards.
- Blue and Orange Morality: When he says he wants to protect the earth, he literally means protecting the earth itself; he can't understand why the Goseigers are so hung up on protecting humans.
- Boke and Tsukkomi Routine: Had one with Hyde.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: In Episode 47.
- Catch Phrase: "From now on, it's my turn." note
- Elemental Powers: Other then using the elements of the 3 Gosei Angel tribes, Gosei Knight has also used the following:
- Expy: He's rather similar to Ninjaman from Ninja Sentai Kakuranger and Black Knight BullBlack from Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, as they're all sixth ranger figures with no human form who can fight as their own mecha. Additionally, both Gosei Knight and BullBlack were initially uncaring of the teams that they eventually joined (in the case of BullBlack, he got Killed Off for Real and replaced by Hyuuga, who's Back from the Dead).
- Finishing Move: Knight Dynamic
- Gaia's Vengeance: Made a pact with the earth that granted him his humanoid form. At first, his only purpose was to destroy those who posed a threat to the earth, whether or not that was their intention.
- Gatling Good: The Vulcan Headder
- Headder Popsicle: Was frozen in a glacier 10,000 years before the main plot began.
- Japanese Pronouns: He tends to use the formal 'watashi'.
- Just in Time: Often arrived later to battle than the others.
- Knight Templar
- Knight in Shining Armor: At least appearance-wise.
- The Lancer: Upon becoming a regular member of the Goseigers, he steals this position from Agri. It's especially apparent in his earlier episodes.
- Signature Move: Knight Metallic
- Sixth Ranger: Despite seemingly having more in common with "extra heroes" such as Ninjaman, Wolzard, and the Black Knight, Gosei Knight is the official sixth Goseiger, and the series after this one confirms it.
- Swiss Army Weapon: Leon Laser
- Transforming Mecha: He's actually the sentient, hyper-evolved Groundion Headder itself.
- Taken to its logical extreme with Gosei Ground. It's still the exact same mind and personality, only about 100 times bigger.
- What Is This Thing You Call Friendship?
Nozomu Amachi | Actor: Sakuya Nakamura
Professor Shuichiro Amachi | Actor: Louis Yamada LIII
- Mecha Expansion Pack: Compatible with the Hyper Change Headder.
- Can also combine with Gosei Great to form Hyper Gosei Great, or with the Mystic Runner (as another head) for Mystic Datas Hyper, a helicoptor-like flight mode.
- Multiform Balance: In his first giant battle, Hyper form was used for it's raw power, while his normal robot form was used for speed.
- Power Fist: Hyper fights with his boxing gloves, and combining with the Mystic Runner gives him Eggshell-Headder fists.
- Robot Buddy
- Super Mode: Datas Hyper
- Team Pet
- Transforming Mecha
- Verbal Tic: ~desu!
Buredoran of the Comet/Chupacabra/Cyborg/Chimatsuri/Brajira of the Messiah | Voice actor: Nobuo Tobita
The show's longest-lasting villain and provider of the Bibi Bugs.
- A God Am I
- All Your Powers Combined: Much like Gosei Knight, he can access all three Gosei tribe powers.
- Back from the Dead: Three times, in fact! Or four.
- Big Bad
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: In spades. So far he has betrayed everyone he's worked for, be they the Warstar, Yuumajuu, Matrintis, or in his early days the Gosei angels.
- Dark Messiah
- Evil Genius: Is this in all three villain groups he's been in.
- Genre-Busting: He's named after the movie Brazil, which fits this trope.
- Fallen Hero: Used to be a Gosei Angel before he turned evil. Hell, he even has his own Headders!
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: His Cyborg persona, courtesy Robogog removing his memories. Of course, he never deleted the file, so Metal-Alice was able to put them right back with a flash-drive, and BuredoRUN finished Robogog not too long after.
- Not Quite Dead: Three times. Four times if you count the Shinkenger crossover movie. Five if you count The Gokaiger Goseiger 199 Hero movie and six if you count his reappearance in the Super Hero Taisen movie.
- Actually, this Troper is pretty sure that in 199 Hero, it was more a case of Back from the Dead.
- Spell My Name with an "S": It is unclear whether his name is meant to be spelt Buredoran or Bladerun. His rebuilt form only reduces the conflict area: it's either BladeRUN or BuredoRUN.
- This could stem from him being named after the film Blade Runner which is called ブレードランナー (Burēdo Rannā) in Japan so Bladerun might be a literal translation.
- His true form could also be called Brazila, after the movie whose name it's derived from
- The Starscream
- Thanatos Gambit: How his Earth Salvation Plan enters its final stages.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Shows this off to the Goseigers when he finally reveals his true form, cycling through his three previous in order of appearance. He even used a Camoumirage technique!
- Weapon of Choice
- Buredoran of the Comet
- Buredoran of the Chupacabra
- Buredoran of the Chimatsuri
- Buredo-RUN of the Cyborg
- Brajira of the Messiah
- We Can Rebuild Him
Warstar (Epics 1-16)
Yuumajuu (Epics 17-32)
Makuin of the Blob | Voice actor: Chafurin
- Disc Two Final Boss
- Villainous Friendship: A Type 1 with his second, Kinggon. They have a hefty amount of respect for one another, and dialogue between the two implies they've been life-long friends. They brag about it to Buredoran after they foil his scheme to split them up.
- Humans Are Bastards: He tells the Goseigers this in a Breaking Speech to them in the middle of a battle. However, Nozumu manages to snap them out of their broken stupor.
- Meaningful Name: His namesake is The Blob (1958). Rendered in Japanese, of course.
- Silly Walk: A rare live-action example. He just seems to shuffle around whenever is lower half isn't on-screen, and tends to spin in a circle as he walks around someone else.
Kinggon of the Bigfoot | Voice Actor: Kousuke Takaguchi
Matrintis (Epics 33-44)
Robogog of the Genius | Voice Actor: Jurota Kosugi
- Bad Boss: While the other villans certainly weren't opposed to hurting their own minions, Robogog takes it to a whole new level. If any of his Matoroids fail him in even the smallest degree, he flies into a blind rage, stomping them, electrocuting them, and calling them "low-spec trash". If he doesn't decide to kill them right then and there, he'll attach a bomb to their body and threaten to blow them up if they fail him again. Justified since Robogog believes that fear is the most efficient way to rule others.
- Disc Three Final Boss
- Never My Fault: He always pins the failure of his plans on the matoroids that carry them out. He conveniently ignores the fact that, since he personally builds all of his matoroids, faulty construction might be a factor...
- Punny Name: His title 'Tensai/Genius' is written as '10sai' to highlight his mastery over 10 special skills.
- Unwitting Pawn: He ruined everything by resurrecting Buredoran.
- Was Once a Man: He was originally a human scientist before transferring his mind into a robot body.
Metal Alice of the Agent | Voice Actress: Marina Inoue