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** The scheming power-hungry Galveston leader is named "Al Caponero."

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** The scheming power-hungry Galveston leader is named "Al Caponero."[[UsefulNotes/AlCapone Al Caponero]]."


See also ''Anime/GoLion'', ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'', and ''Franchise/SuperSentai''.

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See also ''Anime/GoLion'', ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'', ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'', and ''Franchise/SuperSentai''.


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** The aliens of Galveston are very similar to the ones from the Gamilas Empire from ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato''.

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Towards the end of 2019, Bandai Spirits [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZxqqBY932ILo6JYeq6fress79g747160 has put up subbed episodes on their official Youtube channel.]]

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* DownerEnding: The final episode.


* RubberForeheadAliens: The aliens of Galveston are basically humans with blue skin and red eyes. Keats and Kirigas, the two Rugger team members from planet Mira, are a different shade of blue and have pointy ears.

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* RubberForeheadAliens: The aliens of Galveston are basically humans with blue skin and red eyes. Keats and Kirigas, the two Rugger team members from planet Mira, are a different shade of blue and have pointy ears. Kreuz, the only team member from planet Sala, is yet another shade of blue with a tiny circle on his forehead.


* RubberForeheadAliens: The aliens of Galveston are basically humans with blue skin and red eyes. Keats, leader of the Dairugger Sea Team, and Kirigas, one of the members of the Land Team, are a different shade of blue and have pointy ears.

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* RubberForeheadAliens: The aliens of Galveston are basically humans with blue skin and red eyes. Keats, leader of the Dairugger Sea Team, Keats and Kirigas, one of the two Rugger team members of the Land Team, from planet Mira, are a different shade of blue and have pointy ears. ears.

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* AliensSpeakingEnglish: Or Japanese, in this case. The Galveston Empire sends their first ultimatum to the Rugger Guard in perfectly understandable Japanese, despite having never encountered humans or the tri-planetary alliance before. Worse, when trying to determine if a newly-discovered planet might be inhabited by a heretofore unknown species, the Rugger teams don't even think twice about broadcasting "We come in peace" over loudspeakers in Japanese.

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* FasterThanLightTravel: Barely hinted at twice, when the Galvestons mention ships going into or out of "warp." For the rest of the series, the ships ply the space between the stars by just cruising with their normal engines.


** In episode 37, it's revealed that the continents on the planet-with-the-Red-Moon fell into the ocean because its inhabitants conducted underground nuclear tests.

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** The continents on Planet K (the planet with the red moon) are in the process of falling into the ocean. In episode 37, it's revealed that the continents on the planet-with-the-Red-Moon fell into the ocean this is happening because its inhabitants conducted underground nuclear tests.

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* ForgotICouldFly: Every time Dairugger gets driven back to the edge of a cliff.

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* AudibleGleam: Whenever you see-and-hear one of these, it means the first sighting of a Galveston attack fleet. Unless you see it in a Galveston commander's eye, in which case it means he's about to do something really devious.



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->''"Dairugger fighting formation '''on!'''"'' -- Aki, OnceAnEpisode


* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: When Aki is attacked by queen Xuneau's guards on planet Eldora, he evades scores of shots by doing a couple of backflips. Similarly, in episode 44, Aki's team is ambushed in the crossfire of over a dozen Galveston soldiers with automatic weapons, and none of them get hit.

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* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: When Aki is attacked by queen Xuneau's guards on planet Eldora, he evades scores of shots by doing a couple of backflips. Similarly, in episode 44, three of Aki's team is are ambushed on foot, in the crossfire of over a dozen Galveston soldiers with automatic weapons, and none of them get hit.


* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: When Aki is attacked by queen Xuneau's guards on planet Eldora, he evades scores of shots by doing a couple of backflips.

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* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: When Aki is attacked by queen Xuneau's guards on planet Eldora, he evades scores of shots by doing a couple of backflips. Similarly, in episode 44, Aki's team is ambushed in the crossfire of over a dozen Galveston soldiers with automatic weapons, and none of them get hit.

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* SpaceIsAnOcean: The opening to every episode shows a storm-tossed wooden sailing ship against the following narration:
-->"Once, people staked their youth on the sea. On the Seven Seas, the flames of romanticism, ambition, adventure, and aspiration burned and clashed. Now, young people of the year AD 2200 challenge the sea of stars. What awaits them there is a world beyond our imagination."

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