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* CarFu: Shinoda does this in an episode against the MonsterOfTheWeek; ramming his car straight into the face of the said monster and earning him both a CrowningMomentOfFunny and a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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* CarFu: Shinoda does this in an episode against the MonsterOfTheWeek; ramming his car straight into the face of the said monster and earning him both a CrowningMomentOfFunny and a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.monster.

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** Episode 18 reveals that the robots transform into Raijin-Oh in 2.8 seconds in real time.


* FinishingMove: GOD THUNDER CRASH

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* FinishingMove: GOD THUNDER CRASHGod Thunder Crash for normal Raijin-Oh and Hyper Thunder Crash for God Raijin-Oh. Both moves start by immobilizing the MonsterOfTheWeek in an energy field before the actual attack.


''Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh'', the first series of the Eldoran franchise trilogy, is a genuinely heartwarming series that has a surprising amount of character development; much more than you would expect from a giant robot show aimed at younger children. The main cast is made up of the eighteen students, each with their own distinct look, personality, and duty. The three stars of the series are Jin, Asuka and Kouji, who are charged with piloting the three robots that combine to form Raijin-Oh. While they're out fighting, their [[ClassRepresentative Class President]], Maria takes control of the command center and guides the other 14 children as they monitor and contol Raijin-Oh.

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''Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh'', the first series of the Eldoran franchise trilogy, is a genuinely heartwarming series that has a surprising amount of character development; much more than you would expect from a giant robot show aimed at younger children. The main cast is made up of the eighteen students, each with their own distinct look, personality, and duty. The three stars of the series are Jin, Asuka and Kouji, who are charged with piloting [[AcePilot piloting]] the three robots that combine to form Raijin-Oh. While they're out fighting, their [[ClassRepresentative Class President]], Maria [[TheCaptain takes control of the command center center]] and guides the other 14 children as they entire class body to monitor and contol Raijin-Oh.


''Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh'', the first series of the Eldoran franchise trilogy, is a genuinely heartwarming series that has a surprising amount of character development; much more than you would expect from a giant robot show aimed at younger children. The main cast is made up of the eighteen students, each with their own distinct look, personality, and duty. The three stars of the series are Jin, Asuka and Kouji, who are charged with piloting the three robots that combine to form Raijin-Oh. While they're out fighting, their classmate Maria takes control of the command center and guides the other 14 children as they monitor and contol Raijin-Oh.

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''Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh'', the first series of the Eldoran franchise trilogy, is a genuinely heartwarming series that has a surprising amount of character development; much more than you would expect from a giant robot show aimed at younger children. The main cast is made up of the eighteen students, each with their own distinct look, personality, and duty. The three stars of the series are Jin, Asuka and Kouji, who are charged with piloting the three robots that combine to form Raijin-Oh. While they're out fighting, their classmate [[ClassRepresentative Class President]], Maria takes control of the command center and guides the other 14 children as they monitor and contol Raijin-Oh.


Meanwhile, Mr. Shinoda's fifth-grade class is staying after hours due to poor scores on a recent test. Some odd activity in the afternoon sky catches the attention of the students, and they stare outside, dumbfounded...until they realize the unidentified object is heading straight for them--OhCrap ''[[RunOrDie GET OUT OF THE WAY!!]]'' Robot falls, everyone dies.

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Meanwhile, Mr. Shinoda's fifth-grade class is staying after hours due to poor scores on a recent test. Some odd activity in the afternoon sky catches the attention of the students, and they stare outside, dumbfounded...until they realize the an unidentified object is heading straight for them--OhCrap ''[[RunOrDie GET OUT OF THE WAY!!]]'' Robot falls, everyone dies.


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[[caption-width-right:350:Why
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Meanwhile, Mr. Shinoda's fifth-grade class is staying after hours due to poor scores on a recent test. Some odd activity in the afternoon sky catches the attention of the students, and they stare outside, dumbfounded...until they realize the unidentified object is heading straight for them crap crap ''crap get out of the way!!'' Robot falls, everyone dies.

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Meanwhile, Mr. Shinoda's fifth-grade class is staying after hours due to poor scores on a recent test. Some odd activity in the afternoon sky catches the attention of the students, and they stare outside, dumbfounded...until they realize the unidentified object is heading straight for them crap crap ''crap get out of the way!!'' them--OhCrap ''[[RunOrDie GET OUT OF THE WAY!!]]'' Robot falls, everyone dies.


Meanwhile, Mr. Shinoda's fifth-grade class is staying after hours due to poor scores on a recent test. Some odd activity in the afternoon sky catches the attention of the students, and they stare outside, dumbfounded... until they realize the unidentified object is heading straight for them crap crap ''crap get out of the way!!'' Robot falls, everyone dies.

Actually, no! With the last of his power, Eldoran is able to preserve the children's lives... at the cost of his own. However, the threat of the Jaku Empire still looms above the Earth. With Eldoran gone, there's no one to pilot Raijin-Oh, so he must name an heir quickly and pass on the power to someone who can defend the planet in his stead. Unfortunately, the only ones around to ask are the fifth-graders he just rescued. Left with no other choice, he passes the robots onto the children with little explanation, and uses the strength he has left to reformat their classroom into a pimped-out computer command center.

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Meanwhile, Mr. Shinoda's fifth-grade class is staying after hours due to poor scores on a recent test. Some odd activity in the afternoon sky catches the attention of the students, and they stare outside, dumbfounded... until they realize the unidentified object is heading straight for them crap crap ''crap get out of the way!!'' Robot falls, everyone dies.

Actually, no! With the last of his power, Eldoran is able to preserve the children's lives... at the cost of his own. However, the threat of the Jaku Empire still looms above the Earth. With Eldoran gone, there's no one to pilot Raijin-Oh, so he must name an heir quickly and pass on the power to someone who can defend the planet in his stead. Unfortunately, the only ones around to ask are the fifth-graders he just rescued. Left with no other choice, he passes the robots onto the children with little explanation, and uses the strength he has left to reformat their classroom into a pimped-out computer command center.



This series is particularly notable due to recent developments. Almost 20 years after first airing in Japan, it was licensed by a brand-new anime distribution company called [[http://www.animemidstream.com Anime Midstream]]. Despite many doubts, Midstream successfully released the first volume of Raijin-Oh at the end of December 2009. It's too early to judge how successful they're going to be but here's hoping they can make it in the world.

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This series is particularly notable due to recent developments. Almost 20 years after first airing in Japan, it was licensed by a brand-new anime distribution company called [[http://www.animemidstream.com Anime Midstream]]. Despite many doubts, Midstream successfully released the first volume of Raijin-Oh at the end of December 2009. It's too early to judge how successful they're going to be but here's hoping 2009, though they can make it in the world.
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Yatate Bunko, Creator/{{Sunrise}}'s publishing subsidiary, will publish a novel based on this series starting April 18, 2017.


* NonIndicativeName / OddlySmallOrganisation: The Jaku Empire. Said empire consists entirely of Warusar, Belzeb, Felzeb and Taida.

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* NonIndicativeName / OddlySmallOrganisation: The Jaku Empire. Said empire consists entirely of Warusar, Belzeb, Felzeb Falzeb and Taida.

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* NonIndicativeName / OddlySmallOrganisation: The Jaku Empire. Said empire consists entirely of Warusar, Belzeb, Felzeb and Taida.


* SuperRobotWars: Appears in ''GC'', ''XO'', ''NEO'', ''Operation Extend'' (In both NEO and Operation Extend, they're joined by the rest of the Eldoran teams) and ''BX'' (Where it teams up with Gaogaigar).


* UndyingLoyalty: Falzeb (The fairy that delivers the Jaku energy) to Belzeb. Insists on staying with him even in the face of possible death.

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* UndyingLoyalty: Falzeb (The fairy that delivers the Jaku energy) power) to Belzeb. Insists on staying with him even in the face of possible death.


* EnemyMine: [[spoiler: Belzeb turned against his master Warusar and helped God Raijin-oh to take him down]].



* UndyingLoyalty: Felzeb (The fairy that delivers the Jaku energy) to Belzeb. Insists on staying with him even in the face of possible death.

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* UndyingLoyalty: Felzeb Falzeb (The fairy that delivers the Jaku energy) to Belzeb. Insists on staying with him even in the face of possible death.


* MidSeasonUpgrade: Raijin-oh combines with Bakuryu-Oh to become God Raijin-oh. This also applies to the MonsterOfTheWeek (Jaku Beasts) when Jaku Satan merges with it.

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* MidSeasonUpgrade: Raijin-oh combines with Bakuryu-Oh was introduced as such in its debut episode, but subverted in the rest of the series when it was clear that its main purpose was to become God combine with Raijin-oh. This trope also applies to the MonsterOfTheWeek (Jaku Beasts) bad guys when Belzeb unleashes his own personal mecha Jaku Satan merges with it.Satan, in order to balance the odds.



* NearVillainVictory: Without this trope, there wouldn't be any tension in the show. However, this was played particularly well in the GrandFinale, where [[spoiler: Belzeb managed to take down God Raijin-oh using his upgraded Jaku Satan, and for once broke up God Raijin-oh into its individual components, with Belzeb about to destroy Ken-oh (And Jin by extension). Its only the collective willpower of the pilots that kept them fighting, allowing Jin an opportunity to stab Jaku Satan with its own sword, narrowly beating it]].



* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: Each monster of the week gradually became more difficult to defeat, and they themselves gained a mid-season upgrade through combining with Jaku Satan, to counter Raijin-oh's MidSeasonUpgrade. This got to the point where late episodes had God Raijin-oh needing outside help to overcome the odds. Compare this to the first few episodes where Raijin-oh alone could handle the enemies.

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* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: Each monster of the week gradually became more difficult to defeat, and they themselves gained a mid-season upgrade through combining with Jaku Satan, to counter Raijin-oh's MidSeasonUpgrade.God Raijin-oh. This got to the point where late episodes had God Raijin-oh needing outside help to overcome the odds. Compare this to the first few episodes where Raijin-oh alone could handle the enemies.


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* SuperMode: Raijin-oh combines with Bakuryu-Oh to become God Raijin-oh. This trope also applies to the MonsterOfTheWeek (Jaku Beasts) whenever Belzeb either bestows the Jaku power upon it, or (later on) had Jaku Satan merging with it.

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* ConservationOfNinjutsu: The TV series had the titular mecha struggling to beat a single MonsterOfTheWeek. The OVA sequel features all the previous MonsterOfTheWeek returning to fight. If you guessed that Raijin-oh was cutting them down one by one with ease, you're right.


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* FantasticVoyagePlot: An episode features a shrunken Raijin-oh and Jaku Satan fighting inside Shinoda's body.


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* GrandFinale: The last 3-4 episodes. [[spoiler: The Akudamas that created the MonsterOfTheWeek are completely destroyed, BiggerBad Warusar was destroyed, Taida was exiled to Earth, and BigBad Belzeb accepted his own defeat and retreated]].
** Subverted upon the release of the OVA sequel, albeit on a less grand scale.

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