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* BadassGrandpa: While he's more of a NonActionGuy in this series compared to the last 3, Tachibana does have his moments. He saves Amazon in episode 11 by shoulder checking the Snail monster, who had proven to be a near immovable foe.

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* BadassGrandpa: CoolOldGuy: While he's more of a NonActionGuy in this series compared to the last 3, Tachibana does have his moments. He saves Amazon in episode 11 by shoulder checking the Snail monster, who had proven to be a near immovable foe.


** Daisuke is pretty much a straight-up [[TheBerserker Berserker]], although Amazon seems to combine it with bits of ConfusionFu.

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** Daisuke is pretty much a straight-up [[TheBerserker Berserker]], Berserker, although Amazon seems to combine it with bits of ConfusionFu.



* FishOutOfWater: Yep!

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* FishOutOfWater: Yep!%%* FishOutOfWater



* LargeHam

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* RaisedByNatives

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* %%* RaisedByNatives



* CurbStompBattle: The final battle with [[spoiler: Emperor Zero]] mainly consists of Amazon walking up to him and taking him apart like a roast chicken.
** Kinda justified as Amazon had [[spoiler:both the Gigi Armlet and the Gaga Armlet at the time, which are supposed to grant their wielder great power]]. Still, it's not the grand final battle people wanted.

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* CurbStompBattle: The final battle with [[spoiler: Emperor [[spoiler:Emperor Zero]] mainly consists of Amazon walking up to him and taking him apart like a roast chicken.
** Kinda justified
chicken. Justified as Amazon had [[spoiler:both the Gigi Armlet and the Gaga Armlet at the time, which are supposed to grant their wielder great power]]. Still, it's not the grand final battle people wanted.power]].



%%* EccentricMentor



* TheMentor
** EccentricMentor

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* TheMentor
** EccentricMentor



* KidSidekick

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* DistressedDamsel

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** [[spoiler:DiskOneFinalBoss: Amazon finally killed him in episode 14, only for Geddon to be replaced by the Garanda Empire lead by Great Emperor Zero.]]

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** [[spoiler:DiskOneFinalBoss: Amazon * DiskOneFinalBoss: [[spoiler:Amazon finally killed him in episode 14, only for Geddon to be replaced by the Garanda Empire lead by Great Emperor Zero.]]



* [[spoiler: BodyDouble: To the Ruler aka the real Great Emperor Zero.]]

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* [[spoiler: BodyDouble: To [[spoiler:To the Ruler aka the real Great Emperor Zero.]]



* [[spoiler: InTheHood: When speaking to his BodyDouble Emperor Zero, he appears in a KKK-esqe cloak which is taken off by Amazon after his decoy's death.]]
* [[spoiler: TheManBehindTheMan: After he is unmasked by Amazon, he reveals that he was behind both Garanda and Geddon.]]

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* [[spoiler: InTheHood: When [[spoiler:When speaking to his BodyDouble Emperor Zero, he appears in a KKK-esqe cloak which is taken off by Amazon after his decoy's death.]]
* [[spoiler: TheManBehindTheMan: After [[spoiler:After he is unmasked by Amazon, he reveals that he was behind both Garanda and Geddon.]]

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* CombatMedic: Is shown to be very good at making herbal medicines potent enough to counter the abilities of the MonstersOfTheWeek, on top of being capable of mauling monsters to death.


* TheHero

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* TheHeroTheHero: As one would expect. Particularly given, brutal fighting style aside, he's a pretty heroic guy.



* WalkingShirtlessScene

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* WalkingShirtlessScene WalkingShirtlessScene: For the first few episodes, given he only came wearing a lioncloth.


* AnArmAndALeg: [[spoiler:Amazon's finishing blow on him is cutting his arm clean off.]]



* {{Flight}}: His main means of transportation, given he doesn't have legs.



* MultipleHeadcase: Each of its ten faces along his base have an independent consciousness separate from the main body, and on occasion even argue for him to change his mind.

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* MookMaker: Creates at least some of the Beastmen directly from his body.
* MultipleHeadcase: Each of its the ten faces along his base have an independent consciousness separate from the main body, and on occasion even argue for him to change his mind.

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* MultipleHeadcase: Each of its ten faces along his base have an independent consciousness separate from the main body, and on occasion even argue for him to change his mind.


* BewareTheNiceOnes: Amazon may be the most violent Rider, but his rage is restrained to actual bad guys. He's a FriendToAllLivingThings besides, and when misunderstanding humans begin attacking him, he will always flee rather than harm them. There's really no reason to fear him if you're not a monster trying to harm innocents. If you ''are,'' though, there ''will'' be HighPressureBlood, eye-gouging, limbs severed via teeth, and so forth.


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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Amazon may be the most violent Rider, but his rage is restrained to actual bad guys. He's a FriendToAllLivingThings besides, and when misunderstanding humans begin attacking him, he will always flee rather than harm them. There's really no reason to fear him if you're not a monster trying to harm innocents. If you ''are,'' though, there ''will'' be HighPressureBlood, eye-gouging, limbs severed via teeth, and so forth.


* [[spoiler: BiggerBad: The true Great Emperor Zero and leader of Garanda, he has a decoy version of himself who answers to him.]]

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* [[spoiler: BiggerBad: The GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler:The true Great Emperor Zero]] who's been behind both Geddon and the Garanda empire. While Gorgos and Great Emperor Zero plot their campaigns, it was the Ruler who supplied them with the means and leader of Garanda, he has a decoy version of himself who answers to him.]]the soldiers.


* YouHaveFailedMe: Averted, outside of a few vague threats, he doesn't delve into the BadBoss tendencies of the two previous villains. After learning of the Great Emperor Zero's repeated failures, the Ruler just brushes it off and says he'll send more Beastmen.

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* YouHaveFailedMe: Averted, outside of a few vague threats, he doesn't delve into the BadBoss tendencies of the two previous villains. After learning of the PetTheDog: A surprising one in episode 18 during his interactions with Great Emperor Zero's repeated failures, the Ruler just brushes it off and says he'll send more Beastmen.
Zero. He simply dismisses a mission failure rather than going into YouHaveFailedMe territory.
-->'''Ruler''': Great Emperor Zero! You're Soft.
-->'''Zero''': My apologies.
-->'''Ruler''': No need. I will bring you an even better beastman! So you will be able to start a new mission!



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* YouHaveFailedMe: Averted, outside of a few vague threats, he doesn't delve into the BadBoss tendencies of the two previous villains. After learning of the Great Emperor Zero's repeated failures, the Ruler just brushes it off and says he'll send more Beastmen.


* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Ultimately killed by the spike trap he tried to use on Amazon earlier.]]




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* NeverBringAKnifeToAFistFight: With his spear Amazon easily dodges Zero's attacks, but when Amazon disarms him, Zero starts clobbering him. When Zero draws a sword, the fight rapidly goes downhill for him.



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* MightyGlacier: When he finally comes around to fighting Amazon, he's revealed to be this. He's quite slow and Amazon easily dodges his attacks, but when a blow does connect Amazon is sent staggering.


* AntiMagic: In the series finale, he reveals his spear can synchronize its energies with the gigi amlet and he easily de-morphs amazon.

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* AntiMagic: In the series finale, he reveals his spear can synchronize its energies with the gigi amlet Gigi Armlet and he easily de-morphs amazon.


* AntiMagic: In the series finale, he reveals his staff has abilities that function as this. A single blast de-morphs Amazon.

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* AntiMagic: In the series finale, he reveals his staff has abilities that function as this. A single blast spear can synchronize its energies with the gigi amlet and he easily de-morphs Amazon.amazon.

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* AntiMagic: In the series finale, he reveals his staff has abilities that function as this. A single blast de-morphs Amazon.

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