Calling Your Attacks: Returns this season along with the team cannon. The interesting thing is that the shot works differently depending on whatever the team imagines. Called (Insert Unique Effect Name) Rainbow Rush.
Color-Coded Characters: Subverted. The team is able to swap the Ressha in their ToQ Changer, resulting in a costume swap between members. For instance, Kagura is normally the Pink Ranger but can use Right's Ressha to become a Red Ranger instead. This may explain why they are identified by their number instead of color like they have been for decades now.
Eye Catch: Averted. As with the case of Gokaiger and Go-Busters, the show's logo appearing in the corner of the screen indicates a commercial break coming up.
ToQ-Oh + Police Ressha = ToQ-Oh Police: Grants a gun and a set of handcuffs.
And for the third year in a row, special powerups for the Superhero Taisen film - only this time, it's not from the current Rider but a past Rider that shares the ToQger's theme plus the previous Sentai, forming "ToQ-Oh Kyoryuzin featuring DenLiner".
Couch Gag: Each episode's opening has one of the ToQgers falling from an explosion in the background.
#1 had Right
#2 had Tokatti
#3 had Mio
#4 downplayed with Hikari, where he only stumbled a little.
Clap Your Hands If You Believe: The team's powers come from their imagination. As in, imagine having super strength and being able to punch the bad guys through a wall.
Kagura also deserves special mention in this department. She'll often cower in fear upon being cornered by Mooks, but then she starts repeating to herself "I am strong... I am strong!" And then she'll start overpowering them like nobody's business.
Are set to have an actual hour-long TV Special with Kamen Rider Gaim the day after the movie's release.
Dead All Along: The ToQgers themselves...are a subversion. Ticket actually said "good as dead", but they took it as literally dead and they started trying to solve it. As of #2, it's highly likely they aren't dead.
That detail just follows the general theme of the series considering that, in Japan, the arrival of a train at a station is announced that way. Ticket itself does that when arriving to Kettougaharanote Duel field station in #2
Mood Whiplash: #1 is generally a comedic episode, making us think its a lighter and softer season. Then at the end we learn that all the rangers are as good as dead, which is the reason they were chosen. It was revealed by the monkey puppet for Pete's sake.
Numerological Motif: This time, the rangers have numbers as their call sign instead of their colors:
Red is ToQ 1
Blue is ToQ 2
Yellow is ToQ 3
Green is ToQ 4
Pink is ToQ 5
Orange is ToQ 6
Pink Means Feminine: This is actually subverted. Although The Chick gets pink as her primary color, none of the guys seem to mind being pink. In fact, Hikari willingly switched with Kagura as her weapon was lighter (though he left her with his weapon, which is too heavy for her to lift).
Powers as Programs: There's a power-swapping mechanic this year, allowing the ToQgers to switch their colors and personal weapons around while keeping their number.
Rainbow Motif: The trains are part of the "Rainbow Line" and run on rainbow tracks. The way ToQ-Oh is built, with the component trains making five vertical stripes, even makes it look like a walking rainbow.