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* Anime/AikatsuFriends: In episode 22, Kaguya disguises herself as her twin sister Sakuya yet the only thing she did was cover the lower half of her face with a veil and it completely fools Aine and Mio.



* Anime/AikatsuFriends: In episode 22, Kaguya disguises herself as her twin sister Sakuya yet the only thing she did was cover the lower half of her face with a veil and it completely fools Aine and Mio.

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* Anime/AikatsuFriends: In episode 22, Kaguya disguises herself as her twin sister Sakuya yet the only thing she did was cover the lower half of her face with a veil and it completely fools Aine and Mio.

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* This is averted in the a few episodes of Best Wishes, as their black clothing, hats, glasses, and coats make good ways of disguising Team Rocket’s identity. This time, it would make sense for Ash & co to not recognize them.


''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' makes such frequent use of this that it merits a section to itself.

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''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' makes such frequent use of this that it merits a section to itself. Bulbapedia even has [[https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_Team_Rocket%27s_disguises a list of Team Rocket’s disguises]].

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** This is possibly a reference to a similar sequence in ''Anime/MacrossDoYouRememberLove'', where Lynn Minmay, a famous pop singer, wants to go on an incognito date with Valkyrie pilot Hikaru Ichijyo. She seriously believes that wearing big glasses, a side-ponytail and ordinary clothes are gonna cut it, and is even slightly miffed that Hikaru recognized her straight off!


* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
** This is one of the defining characteristics of [[TerribleTrio Team Rocket]]. The "twerps" don't know it's them until one of the trio starts the motto (or ''accidentally'' starts it upon hearing the motto's words out of context), even when it's painfully obvious to a casual observer who they are. To be fair, sometimes they really do put on some good disguises (including [[WholesomeCrossdresser of the other gender]]). However, more often they simply don't, and in any case they very rarely disguise their voices and distinctive hairstyles. Given that they show up OncePerEpisode, you'd think the heroes would be intimately familiar with them.
*** James' disguises are usually good, especially when he crossdresses. The problem with Jessie's is that she almost always keeps her long red hair. But Meowth is easily the greatest user of this trope, all he needs is a baseball cap, t-shirt and shorts and suddenly he is a human student. What about the feet? The whiskers? The paws? THE TAIL?! Ash must have some serious vision problems...[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_Team_Rocket%27s_disguises Here the list of all of them.]]

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''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' makes such frequent use of this that it merits a section to itself.
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
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This is one of the defining characteristics of [[TerribleTrio Team Rocket]]. The "twerps" don't know it's them until one of the trio starts the motto (or ''accidentally'' starts it upon hearing the motto's words out of context), even when it's painfully obvious to a casual observer who they are. To be fair, sometimes they really do put on some good disguises (including [[WholesomeCrossdresser of the other gender]]). However, more often they simply don't, and in any case they very rarely disguise their voices and distinctive hairstyles. Given that they show up OncePerEpisode, you'd think the heroes would be intimately familiar with them.
*** ** James' disguises are usually good, especially when he crossdresses. The problem with Jessie's is that she almost always keeps her long red hair. But Meowth is easily the greatest user of this trope, all he needs is a baseball cap, t-shirt and shorts and suddenly he is a human student. What about the feet? The whiskers? The paws? THE TAIL?! Ash must have some serious vision problems...[[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_Team_Rocket%27s_disguises Here the list of all of them.]]



*** Played with in an episode which has James dressing up in Jessie's contest disguise to take her place when she is sick. Everyone is still fooled. [[spoiler:He even wins!]]
** Subverted in "Holy Matrimony!", when Jessie and Meowth wear all black to become "invisible"; James' family pretends to be fooled by it.
*** Not so much pretending as following custom - the black outfits are based on the assistants in traditional Japanese theater, whom are considered to be "invisible" by the cultural rules of the theater.[[note]]This is where the idea of ninjas wearing black came from; in plays that featured them, they'd wear black, which would make them "invisible" to the audience right up until they slit someone's throat.[[/note]] Of course, this is something a Japanese viewer would understand natively, but gets LostInTranslation when exported.
** Subverted in another episode where Team Rocket decides to ''help'' the protagonists. They don their usual style of disguise, help them and then go on their merry way believing they fooled them...then Misty says goodbye by shouting "Thanks, Team Rocket!" Ironically, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness that was their first attempt]] and they were disguised fairly well there.
*** It didn't help that they started their motto before [[DopeSlap Meowth whacked them.]]

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*** ** Played with in an episode which has James dressing up in Jessie's contest disguise to take her place when she is sick. Everyone is still fooled. [[spoiler:He even wins!]]
** Subverted in "Holy Matrimony!", when Jessie and Meowth wear all black to become "invisible"; "invisible" and James' family pretends not to be fooled by it.
*** Not so much pretending as following custom - the
see them. The black outfits are based on the assistants in traditional Japanese theater, whom who are considered to be "invisible" by the cultural rules of the theater.[[note]]This is where the idea of ninjas wearing black came from; in plays that featured them, they'd wear black, which would make them "invisible" to the audience right up until they slit someone's throat.[[/note]] Of course, this is something a Japanese viewer would understand natively, but gets LostInTranslation when exported.
exported anywhere else.
** Subverted in another episode where Team Rocket decides to ''help'' the protagonists. They don their usual style of disguise, help them and then go on their merry way believing they fooled them... then Misty says goodbye by shouting "Thanks, Team Rocket!" Ironically, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness that was their first attempt]] and they were disguised fairly well there.
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there. It didn't help that they started their motto before [[DopeSlap Meowth whacked them.]]



*** In a Hoenn episode, Meowth and Jessie attempt to disguise themselves as Kirlia and Gardevoir, respectively, in an attempt to grab a Ralts that Ash and friends were taking care of. Ash proves that the Pokédex is disguise-proof by scanning the "Kirlia" and getting the data for Meowth instead. So much for that disguise.
*** In several episodes Meowth disguises himself as a Sunflora by taping his eyes shut and holding cardboard leaves.
** The worst offender was an early ''Diamond and Pearl'' episode in which they pretended to be traveling salesmen...by putting on green jackets over their uniforms...and not even zipping them up! Ash and co. somehow fail to spot the enormous red "R"s on their chests, even though they couldn't be more obvious.
** An episode had Team Rocket dress Meowth up as a Croagunk in order to win a contest revolving around them. This is an ''entire town'', a freaking ''Gym Leader'' among them, all of which are obsessed with this particular Pokémon to an almost creepy level (and in the case of Brock, actually ''owns'' one), and they are not only fooled ''down to the last person'', '''''[[EpicFail they actually consider him the best looking one of the bunch]]'''''.

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*** ** In a Hoenn episode, Meowth and Jessie attempt to disguise themselves as Kirlia and Gardevoir, respectively, in an attempt to grab a Ralts that Ash and friends were taking care of. Ash proves that the Pokédex is disguise-proof by scanning the "Kirlia" and getting the data for Meowth instead. So much for that disguise.
*** ** In several episodes Meowth disguises himself as a Sunflora by taping his eyes shut and holding cardboard leaves.
** The worst offender was an early ''Diamond and Pearl'' episode in which they pretended to be traveling salesmen... by putting on green jackets over their uniforms...uniforms... and not even zipping them up! Ash and co. somehow fail to spot the enormous red "R"s on their chests, even though they couldn't be more obvious.
** An episode had has Team Rocket dress Meowth up as a Croagunk in order to win a contest revolving around them. This is an ''entire town'', a freaking ''Gym Leader'' among them, all of which are obsessed with this particular Pokémon to an almost creepy level (and in the case of Brock, actually ''owns'' one), and they are not only fooled ''down to the last person'', '''''[[EpicFail they actually consider him the best looking one of the bunch]]'''''.



** In two Hoenn episodes, Team Rocket disguised themselves as May's family. In one episode, it was just James disguised as Norman, whereas in the other even WOBBUFFET played along. James was Norman in the second episode, while Jessie was Caroline, Meowth was May, and Wobbuffet was Max.
** Possibly the most blatant disguise of all was when they dressed up as ''vikings'' in the ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie''. The fact that A) vikings haven't been around for about 1,000 years and B) they never were in Japan, barely crossed their minds.
-->'''Brock''':"I didn't know the Vikings were still around!\\

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** In two Hoenn episodes, Team Rocket disguised disguise themselves as May's family. In one episode, it was just James disguised as Norman, whereas in the other even WOBBUFFET played along. James was Norman in the second episode, while Jessie was Caroline, Meowth was May, and Wobbuffet was Max.
** Possibly the most blatant disguise of all was when they dressed up as ''vikings'' in the ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie''. The fact that A) vikings haven't been around for about 1,000 years and B) they never were in Japan, Japan never crosses their minds and barely crossed their minds.
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crosses the protagonists' either.
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didn't know the Vikings were still around!\\



** Played with in [=XY012=] -- in an attempt to trick a Vivillon seller to leading the kids and Officer Jenny to his hideout, three characters try on a Spewpa disguise for bait. Ash is this trope and admits he wouldn't fit in the cage anyway. Dedenne fares a bit better, but is more Scatterbug-sized than Spewpa. Chespin is the most accurate aside from the pupil eyeholes and saying its name.



** In one episode Serena disguises herself as Ash because a one shot character of the day is demanding a challenge when Ash is feverish and won't go away. The disguise consists entirely of wearing his clothes and attempting to hide Serena's hair under his hat (which works, but mostly because of her newer shorter hairstyle, the early season Serena could never have pulled this off). It still somehow fools the character of the day, even though he'd literally been talking to Serena a minute prior so he failed to recognize the same girl who left and came back a minute later in different clothing, and even Team Rocket is initially fooled, but they eventually figure it out. Clemont and Bonnie however, instantly can tell it's her, although she quickly gets them to keep up the ruse. To be fair though, a big part of the disguise is simply the demure Serena pulling off a pretty spot on impression of Ash's louder dynamic personality.
** Subverted in [=SM059=], after Ash, Lana, and Mallow find Drampa, who’s known for for being nice to kids, they are met by Team Rocket, who disguised themselves as preschoolers, a baby and its mother. Ash and and his friends don’t buy it, instead, they’re [[BlueWithShock too shocked to even respond]], and neither does Drampa, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere who decides to flee rather than deal with their nonsense]].

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** * Played with in [=XY012=] -- in an attempt to trick a Vivillon seller to leading the kids and Officer Jenny to his hideout, three characters try on a Spewpa disguise for bait. Ash is this trope and admits he wouldn't fit in the cage anyway. Dedenne fares a bit better, but is more Scatterbug-sized than Spewpa. Chespin is the most accurate aside from the pupil eyeholes and saying its name.
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In one episode Serena disguises herself as Ash because a one shot character of the day is demanding a challenge when Ash is feverish and won't go away. The disguise consists entirely of wearing his clothes and attempting to hide Serena's hair under his hat (which works, but mostly because of her newer shorter hairstyle, the early season Serena could never have pulled this off). It still somehow fools the character of the day, even though he'd literally been talking to Serena a minute prior so he failed to recognize the same girl who left and came back a minute later in different clothing, and even Team Rocket is initially fooled, but they eventually figure it out. Clemont and Bonnie however, instantly can tell it's her, although she quickly gets them to keep up the ruse. To be fair though, a big part of the disguise is simply the demure Serena pulling off a pretty spot on impression of Ash's louder dynamic personality.
** * Subverted in [=SM059=], after Ash, Lana, and Mallow find Drampa, who’s known for for being nice to kids, they kids. They are met by Team Rocket, who disguised themselves as preschoolers, a baby and its mother. Ash and and his friends don’t don't buy it, it; instead, they’re they're [[BlueWithShock too shocked to even respond]], and neither does Drampa, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere who decides to flee rather than deal with their nonsense]].



* Ringo Noyamano from ''Manga/AirGear'' wants to help Ikki in his quests, but can't abandon her own team. She tries to TakeAThirdOption by disguising herself as a masked girl named "Croissant Mark" when going to Ikki's aid. No one is fooled.
* One of the hobbies of AllPowerfulBystander Seravy (and occasionally his rival/love-interest Dorothy), whenever he's secretly watching from the sidelines in ''Anime/AkazukinChacha''. Ironically, everyone falls for it, except for Riiya , but nobody believes him anyway (or considering how powerful Seravy and Doroth are, it could be a case of "The Emperor's/Empress's new clothes).
** Notice others using visual aspects of recognition, Riiya uses his nose, thus possibly is not fooled by any illusion magic if based on visual looks.

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* ''Manga/AirGear'': Ringo Noyamano from ''Manga/AirGear'' wants to help Ikki in his quests, but can't abandon her own team. She tries to TakeAThirdOption by disguising herself as a masked girl named "Croissant Mark" when going to Ikki's aid. No one is fooled.
* ''Anime/AkazukinChacha'': One of the hobbies of AllPowerfulBystander Seravy (and occasionally his rival/love-interest Dorothy), whenever he's secretly watching from the sidelines in ''Anime/AkazukinChacha''. sidelines. Ironically, everyone falls for it, except for Riiya , but nobody believes him anyway (or considering how powerful Seravy and Doroth are, it could be a case of "The "the Emperor's/Empress's new clothes).
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clothes"). Notice others using visual aspects of recognition, Riiya uses his nose, thus possibly is not fooled by any illusion magic if based on visual looks.



* Koro-sensei from ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'', being a giant octopus-like super creature, dons a fake nose, wig and gloves (and also changes his skin color) to pass off as a human. It works.

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* Koro-sensei from ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'', ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'': Koro-sensei, being a giant octopus-like super creature, dons a fake nose, wig and gloves (and also changes his skin color) to pass off as a human. It works.



** Although it's implied in one episode that their costumes have some sort of power that keep people from recognizing them since when the Professor was trying on Bubbles's outfit, his son, Ken, walks in on him and asks "Bubbles" if “she's” seen the Professor.

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** Although it's implied in one episode that their costumes have some sort of power that keep people from recognizing them since when the Professor was trying on Bubbles's outfit, his son, Ken, walks in on him and asks "Bubbles" if “she's” "she's" seen the Professor.


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** In "[[Recap/DigimonAdventureE27VamdemonTheCastleOfDarkness The Gateway to Home]]", Agumon and Palmon infiltrate [[BigBad Myotismon]]'s castle by putting on wigs (and some necklaces in Palmon's case) and pretending to be street punks looking to join [=DemiDevimon=]'s ArmyOfThievesAndWhores. They even give their names as nothing more than [=PunkAgumon=] and [=ReggaePalmon=]. Of course, given the sorts of variants that Digimon species can and do come in, this stratagem actually ''working'' is a rather more justified example than usual.


** Subverted in another episode where Team Rocket decides to ''help'' the protagonists. They don their usual style of disguise, help them and then go on their merry way believing they fooled them...then Misty says goodbye by shouting "Thanks, Team Rocket!" Ironically, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness that was their first attempt]]. Ironically they were disguised fairly well there.

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** Subverted in another episode where Team Rocket decides to ''help'' the protagonists. They don their usual style of disguise, help them and then go on their merry way believing they fooled them...then Misty says goodbye by shouting "Thanks, Team Rocket!" Ironically, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness that was their first attempt]]. Ironically attempt]] and they were disguised fairly well there.



* Subverted in ''Manga/KamikazeKaitouJeanne'' where her hair colour and style changes and her eye colour. (And people STILL think she looks similar to Maron.

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* Subverted in ''Manga/KamikazeKaitouJeanne'' where her hair colour color and style changes and her eye colour.color. (And people STILL think she looks similar to Maron.



** One of the more infamous examples, the girls essentially wear uniforms similar to actual [[SailorFuku school girl uniforms]] and not one of them wears even a simple mask. Yup, no masks, no hair color changes, pretty much nothing concealing their identities. Despite this, no one seems to recognize Usagi and her pals. This is particularly worse for Sailor Moon herself, whose Sailor outfit and school uniform not only share the same colour scheme, but she wears her transformation brooch on ''both'' - not to mention that rather distinctive hairdo. A few of the characters are occasionally recognized not by appearance or voice, but by performing actions or behaviors unique to them. For example, Minako is id'd by an old school friend because he recognizes the way Sailor Venus plays volleyball to be the same as Minako's.

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** One of the more infamous examples, the girls essentially wear uniforms similar to actual [[SailorFuku school girl uniforms]] and not one of them wears even a simple mask. Yup, no masks, no hair color changes, pretty much nothing concealing their identities. Despite this, no one seems to recognize Usagi and her pals. This is particularly worse for Sailor Moon herself, whose Sailor outfit and school uniform not only share the same colour color scheme, but she wears her transformation brooch on ''both'' - not to mention that rather distinctive hairdo. A few of the characters are occasionally recognized not by appearance or voice, but by performing actions or behaviors unique to them. For example, Minako is id'd by an old school friend because he recognizes the way Sailor Venus plays volleyball to be the same as Minako's.


** Possibly the most blatant disguise of all was when they dressed up as ''vikings'' in the ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMove''. The fact that A) vikings haven't been around for about 1,000 years and B) they never were in Japan, barely crossed their minds.

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** Possibly the most blatant disguise of all was when they dressed up as ''vikings'' in the ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMove''.''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie''. The fact that A) vikings haven't been around for about 1,000 years and B) they never were in Japan, barely crossed their minds.



** Similar to the Sailor Moon example below, nobody ever seems to figure out that the three middle school girls are actually the Powerpuff Girls, who unlike the [[Series/PowerpuffGirls original series]] actually have secret identities and change into [[MagicalGirl Magical Girls]] (made even more jarring in the dub since they even have the same names in their super hero and civilian form).

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** Similar to the Sailor Moon example below, nobody ever seems to figure out that the three middle school girls are actually the Powerpuff Girls, who unlike the [[Series/PowerpuffGirls [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls original series]] actually have secret identities and change into [[MagicalGirl Magical Girls]] (made even more jarring in the dub since they even have the same names in their super hero and civilian form).

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** Igaram disguised himself as Vivi twice; first to serve as a decoy to allow he and the Straw Hats to leave Whiskey Peak, and the second during Vivi's coming-of-age ceremony, to allow her to say goodbye to the Straw Hats. An aging man with broad shoulders disguising himself as a slim teenage girl looks as unconvincing as you'd expect, and neither instance fooled anyone, but the second attempt distracted the citizens long enough to do the job.


* The Triumvirate has a tendency to pull this in ''Anime/BattleSpiritsSaikyoGingaUltimateZero'' to trick Rei and his friends. Somehow, it always works.

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* [[TerribleTrio The Triumvirate Triumvirate]] has a tendency to pull this in ''Anime/BattleSpiritsSaikyoGingaUltimateZero'' to trick Rei and his friends. Somehow, it always works.

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* In ''Anime/BattleSpiritsShonenToppaBashin'', Meganeko and Card Sensei dress in yellow and wear Suiren masks, calling themselves "Kiiroko" and "Master Yellow". [[spoiler: Meganeko's disguise manages to fool everyone but Bashin, providing for a moment of ShipTease.]]
** Later on, Masako disguises as a teacher, simply by going without her hair-dye and dark make-up, and wearing different clothing. No one is capable of seeing through it, despite her hairstyle being a [[AnimeHair very distinct one.]]
* The Triumvirate has a tendency to pull this in ''Anime/BattleSpiritsSaikyoGingaUltimateZero'' to trick Rei and his friends. Somehow, it always works.


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* In one episode of ''Anime/TomicaHyperRescueDriveHeadKidouKyuukyuuKeisatsu'', the thief Maiko changes into Munakata's clothing. Anyone who looks at her without paying too much attention believes her to actually be Munakata. Despite the fact that she does nothing else to her appearance.


** Possible the most blatantly disguise was when they dressed up as VIKINGS in the first movie. The fact that A. vikings haven't been around for about 1,000 years and B. they never were in Japan, barely crossed their minds ("I didn't know the Vikings were still around!" / "They mostly live in [[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball Minnesota!]]")

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** Possible Possibly the most blatantly blatant disguise of all was when they dressed up as VIKINGS ''vikings'' in the first movie. ''Anime/PokemonTheFirstMove''. The fact that A. A) vikings haven't been around for about 1,000 years and B. B) they never were in Japan, barely crossed their minds ("I minds.
-->'''Brock''':"I
didn't know the Vikings were still around!" / "They around!\\
'''Ash''': Yeah, they
mostly live in [[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball Minnesota!]]")Minnesota!]]"


** [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Quattro Bajeena]], better known as [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Char Aznable]]. He essentially trades out his mask for a pair of CoolShades, and loses his uniform. In the end it really doesn't matter, since the Quattro identity was just established to keep people from immediately realizing that the Red Comet of Zeon had entered the Federation registry; in private with members of the A.E.U.G. he's pretty lax about it. It even gets a potential lampshade when he reveals his identity to the whole A.E.U.G., and [[TheHero Kamille's]] reaction is effectively "No duh." The fact that "Quattro" initially piloted one of the most [[CyberCyclops Zeon-styled]] mobile suits in the A.E.U.G. and went out of his way to [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority paint it red]] didn't help with the disguise.

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** [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Quattro Bajeena]], better known as [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Char Aznable]]. He essentially trades out his mask for a pair of CoolShades, and loses his uniform. In the end it really doesn't matter, since the Quattro identity was just established to keep people from immediately realizing that the Red Comet of Zeon had entered the Federation registry; in private with members of the A.E.U.G. he's pretty lax about it. It even gets a potential lampshade when he reveals his identity to the whole A.E.U.G., and [[TheHero Kamille's]] reaction is effectively "No duh." The fact that "Quattro" initially piloted one of the most [[CyberCyclops Zeon-styled]] mobile suits in the A.E.U.G. and went out of his way to [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority paint it red]] didn't help with the disguise. This was the base of a huge {{meme}} centered on a certain letter in {{Engrish}} that Kai leaves for the AEUG higher ups: "Captain Quattro, he is '''A CHAR!'''"



** This was the base of a huge {{meme}} centered on a certain letter in {{Engrish}} that Kai leaves for the AEUG higher ups: "Captain Quattro, he is '''A CHAR!'''"


*** Not so much pretending as following custom - the black outfits are based on the assistants in traditional Japanese theater, whom are considered to be "invisible" by the cultural rules of the theater. Of course, this is something a Japanese viewer would understand natively, but gets LostInTranslation when exported.

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*** Not so much pretending as following custom - the black outfits are based on the assistants in traditional Japanese theater, whom are considered to be "invisible" by the cultural rules of the theater. [[note]]This is where the idea of ninjas wearing black came from; in plays that featured them, they'd wear black, which would make them "invisible" to the audience right up until they slit someone's throat.[[/note]] Of course, this is something a Japanese viewer would understand natively, but gets LostInTranslation when exported.


** Subverted in [=SM059=], after Ash, Lana, and Mallow find Drampa, who’s known for for being nice to kids, they are met by Team Rocket, who disguised themselves as preschoolers, a baby and its mother. Ash and and his friends don’t buy it, who are [[BlueWithShock too shocked to even respond]], and neither does Drampa, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere who decides to flee rather than deal with their nonsense]].

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** Subverted in [=SM059=], after Ash, Lana, and Mallow find Drampa, who’s known for for being nice to kids, they are met by Team Rocket, who disguised themselves as preschoolers, a baby and its mother. Ash and and his friends don’t buy it, who are instead, they’re [[BlueWithShock too shocked to even respond]], and neither does Drampa, [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere who decides to flee rather than deal with their nonsense]].

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