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[[folder:Ryū Higashi]]

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[[folder:Ryū Higashi]]Higashi / Dia Jack]]



[[folder:Karen Mizuki]]

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[[folder:Karen Mizuki]]Mizuki / Heart Queen]]


* ShockAndAwe

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* ShockAndAweShockAndAwe: He can fire electric bolts with his Dia Sword.


'''The JAKQ'''

!!!'''[[color:red:Gorō Sakurai / Spade Ace]]'''

* TheLeader: Up until Big One's debut.
** TheHero: After being demoted.

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'''The JAKQ'''

!!!'''[[color:red:Gorō
!'''The JAKQ'''
[[folder:Gorō Sakurai / Spade Ace]]
!!'''[[color:red:Gorō
Sakurai / Spade Ace]]'''

* TheLeader: Up Leads the team up until Big One's debut.
** TheHero: After Despite being demoted.demoted he's still the main character.




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[[/folder]]
[[folder:Ryū Higashi]]



* TheLancer

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* TheLancerTheLancer: His headstrong and loner personality contrasts Goro's.




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[[/folder]]
[[folder:Karen Mizuki]]



* ButNotTooForeign
* CatchPhrase: Do you want another?[[note]]Mo hitotsu, ikaga desu ka?[[/note]]

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* ButNotTooForeign
ButNotTooForeign: Her first name is English
* CatchPhrase: Do "Do you want another?[[note]]Mo another?"[[note]]Mo hitotsu, ikaga desu ka?[[/note]]



* [[TheSmartGuy The Smart Girl]]: During the pre-Big One episodes.

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* [[TheSmartGuy The Smart Girl]]: During the pre-Big One episodes.episodes, Karen was the knowledgeable one of the team.



* YouKilledMyFather: Her motive for becoming a cyborg.

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* YouKilledMyFather: Her motive for becoming a cyborg.
cyborg was to avenge her father, who was killed in a car crash staged by Crime that also left her injured.
[[/folder]]
[[folder:Bunta Daichi / Clover King]]



* BackFromTheDead
* TheBigGuy

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* BackFromTheDead
BackFromTheDead: He died in a freak submarine accident, but was brought back through cybernetic surgery.
* TheBigGuyTheBigGuy: Bunta's mechanical enhancements grant him superhuman strength.



* GravityMaster

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* GravityMaster
GravityMaster: His cybernetics also allow him to control gravity.
[[/folder]]
[[folder:Sōkichi Banba / Big One]]



* TheDandy

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* TheDandyTheDandy: He's a very flamboyant fellow.



* MasterOfDisguise

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* MasterOfDisguise MasterOfDisguise: He disguises himself at least once per episode.



* TheSmartGuy

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* TheSmartGuyTheSmartGuy: Banba becomes the tactical mind of JAKQ after joining it.



* TheStrategist

!!!'''[[color:gold:Daisuke Kujirai / Joker]]'''
* TheMentor
* PutOnABus: In the same episode Big One is introduced.
** BackForTheFinale: In both, the actual final episode of the TV show and in the later ''JAKQ vs. Gorenger'' movie.

'''Criminal Organization CRIME'''

!!!'''Shine'''

* [[spoiler:AIIsACrapshoot]]
* BigBad

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* TheStrategist

!!!'''[[color:gold:Daisuke
TheStrategist: Banba's plans have defeated Crime's schemes more than once.
[[/folder]]
[[folder:Daisuke Kujirai / Joker]]
!!'''[[color:gold:Daisuke
Kujirai / Joker]]'''
* TheMentor
TheMentor: Joker is the one who oversees the team initially.
* PutOnABus: In Leaves in the same episode Big One is introduced.
** BackForTheFinale: In both, Returns in both the actual final episode of the TV show and in the later ''JAKQ vs. Gorenger'' movie.

'''Criminal
movie.
[[/folder]]
!'''Criminal
Organization CRIME'''

!!!'''Shine'''

CRIME'''
[[folder:Shine]]
!!'''Shine'''

* [[spoiler:AIIsACrapshoot]]
[[spoiler:AIIsACrapshoot:He's actually an alien satellite from space.]]
* BigBadBigBad: Shine's the one who was leading Crime all along.




!!!'''Boss Iron Claw'''

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\n!!!'''Boss [[/folder]]
[[folder:Boss Iron Claw]]
!!'''Boss
Iron Claw'''



* BadBoss: See YouHaveFailedMe.

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* BadBoss: See YouHaveFailedMe.Likes pulling a YouHaveFailedMe on his minions.



* DiabolicalMastermind
* TheDragon: Revealed to be one to Shine in episode 23.
** DragonAscendant: Once he's taken out though, Iron Claw becomes the BigBad for JAKQ vs Goranger.
* FinalBoss
* OneWingedAngel: His Warrior Iron Claw form.
* YouHaveFailedMe: What he does to any Crime Bosses who fail to defeat JAKQ.

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* DiabolicalMastermind
DiabolicalMastermind: Certainly evokes this with his aesthetic, as well as being a scheming crime lord.
* TheDon: Heads up a Crime Syndicate/
* TheDragon: Revealed He's revealed to be one to Shine in episode 23.
23, serving as the NumberTwo and public face of Crime.
** DragonAscendant: Once he's taken out though, Iron Claw becomes the BigBad for ''JAKQ vs Goranger''.
* FinalBoss: After Shine's defeat, Iron Claw becomes the last opponent faced by
JAKQ vs Goranger.
in the TV series.
* FinalBoss
ForTheEvulz: Wants to turn Japan into a place filled with Crime [[CardCarryingVillain for no apparent reason other than he's evil]].
* TheHeavy: For the first two thirds of the series, Iron Claw was the one who oversaw Crime's schemes. Then Shine reveals himself and steps in.
* OneWingedAngel: His Assumes his Warrior Iron Claw form.
form in the finale.
* TakeOverTheWorld: In ''JAKQ vs Gorenger'', Iron Claw schemes to bomb the world's seven most powerful countries and use the chaos to seize control.
* UnexplainedRecovery: Despite getting blown up in the finale, Iron Claw somehow returns alive for ''JAKQ vs Goranger''.
* YouHaveFailedMe: What he does to Kills off any Crime Bosses who fail to defeat JAKQ.JAKQ.
[[/folder]]


* Creator/HiroshiMiyauchi


* [[SixthRanger Fifth Jacker]]: The first Sentai warrior introduced in the middle of a show's run, years before it became a yearly tradition in the franchise with ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''. But since the main team is composed of four members instead of five, he's not a literal sixth member. As such, he is the TropeMaker for ''Sentai'', though ''Goranger'' provided the UrExample.


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* SixthRanger: Or rather, the "Fifth Jacker". The first Sentai warrior introduced in the middle of a show's run, years before it became a yearly tradition in the franchise with ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''. But since the main team is composed of four members instead of five, he's not a literal sixth member. As such, he is the TropeMaker for ''Sentai'', though ''Goranger'' provided the UrExample.





* AnticlimaxBoss: [[spoiler:Once his true form is revealed, he's put out of commission in less than a minute by Spade Ace.]]



* NoOneSeesTheBoss: His true appearance is hidden behind a black cloud up until the final episode.

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* NoOneSeesTheBoss: His true appearance is hidden behind a black cloud up until the final episode.episode.

!!!'''Boss Iron Claw'''

* ArtificialLimbs: Has a robotic right hand.
* BadBoss: See YouHaveFailedMe.
* {{Cyborg}}: Made more apparent by his [[OneWingedAngel Warrior Iron Claw]] form.
* DiabolicalMastermind
* TheDragon: Revealed to be one to Shine in episode 23.
** DragonAscendant: Once he's taken out though, Iron Claw becomes the BigBad for JAKQ vs Goranger.
* FinalBoss
* OneWingedAngel: His Warrior Iron Claw form.
* YouHaveFailedMe: What he does to any Crime Bosses who fail to defeat JAKQ.


** BackForTheFinale: In both, the actual final episode of the TV show and in the later ''JAKQ vs. Gorenger'' movie.

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** BackForTheFinale: In both, the actual final episode of the TV show and in the later ''JAKQ vs. Gorenger'' movie.movie.

'''Criminal Organization CRIME'''

!!!'''Shine'''
* [[spoiler:AIIsACrapshoot]]
* AnticlimaxBoss: [[spoiler:Once his true form is revealed, he's put out of commission in less than a minute by Spade Ace.]]
* BigBad
* DarkIsEvil: He gives orders to Iron Claw in the form of a black cloud with a small light emanating from it.
* TheManBehindTheCurtain: [[spoiler:His true form is a plastic ball filled with electronics. Even [[TheDragon Iron Claw]] seems disappointed when he finds out.]]
* TheManBehindTheMan: After 22 episodes with Iron Claw as the apparent leader of CRIME, Shine appears and quickly asserts himself as Iron Claw's superior.
* NoOneSeesTheBoss: His true appearance is hidden behind a black cloud up until the final episode.


* CatchPhrase: Do you want another? [[note]]Mo hitotsu, ikaga desu ka?[[/note]]

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* CatchPhrase: Do you want another? [[note]]Mo another?[[note]]Mo hitotsu, ikaga desu ka?[[/note]]


* HiroshiMiyauchi

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* HiroshiMiyauchiCreator/HiroshiMiyauchi


!!!'''[[color:blue:Ryū Azuma / Dia Jack]]'''

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!!!'''[[color:blue:Ryū Azuma Higashi / Dia Jack]]'''


!!!'''[[color:blue:Ryū Higashi / Dia Jack]]'''

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!!!'''[[color:blue:Ryū Higashi Azuma / Dia Jack]]'''


* [[SixthRanger Fifth Jacker]]: The first Sentai warrior introduced in the middle of a show's run, years before it became a yearly tradition in the franchise with ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''. But since the main team is composed of four members instead of five, he's not a literal sixth member.

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* [[SixthRanger Fifth Jacker]]: The first Sentai warrior introduced in the middle of a show's run, years before it became a yearly tradition in the franchise with ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''. But since the main team is composed of four members instead of five, he's not a literal sixth member. As such, he is the TropeMaker for ''Sentai'', though ''Goranger'' provided the UrExample.


* [[SixthRanger Fifth Jacker]]: The first Sentai warrior introduced in the middle of a show's run, years before it became a yearly tradition in the franchise with ''KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''. But since the main team is composed of four members instead of five, he's not a literal sixth member.

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* [[SixthRanger Fifth Jacker]]: The first Sentai warrior introduced in the middle of a show's run, years before it became a yearly tradition in the franchise with ''KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''.''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger''. But since the main team is composed of four members instead of five, he's not a literal sixth member.



* SpotlightStealingSquad: The original Jackers are reduced to supporting characters following his introduction. Even in later crossovers, such as ''HyakujuuSentaiGaoranger vs. Super Sentai'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'', it is Big One, rather than Spade Ace, who is often representing J.A.K.Q.
** To put it simply, Soukichi was [[PowerRangers Tommy Oliver]] before he existed. Interestingly, both were white rangers in their show's second season.

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: The original Jackers are reduced to supporting characters following his introduction. Even in later crossovers, such as ''HyakujuuSentaiGaoranger ''Series/HyakujuuSentaiGaoranger vs. Super Sentai'' and ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'', it is Big One, rather than Spade Ace, who is often representing J.A.K.Q.
** To put it simply, Soukichi was [[PowerRangers [[Franchise/PowerRangers Tommy Oliver]] before he existed. Interestingly, both were white rangers in their show's second season.

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** To put it simply, Soukichi was [[PowerRangers Tommy Oliver]] before he existed. Interestingly, both were white rangers in their show's second season.



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* MorphWeapon: Spade Arts
** TheStraightAndArrowPath: Bow Mode
** WhipItGood: Whip Mode

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