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* ColorCodedForYourConvenienceColorCodedForYourConvenience: Each of the heroes are associated with colors.



* AllYourColorsCombined
* AllYourPowersCombined

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* %%* AllYourColorsCombined
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--> '''Pink:''' Remember when we fought that monster that had breath that could dissolve anything?\\

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--> ---> '''Pink:''' Remember when we fought that monster that had breath that could dissolve anything?\\


* FiveManBand
** TheLeader: Red
** TheLancer: Blue
** TheChick: Pink, moreso for New Yellow
** TheBigGuy: Yellow seems to be this, but he's revealed to be more of TheLoad due to old age. Briefly Reconstructed, when the team realized after his leave that their had been more alert in a desperate effort to keep check on him.
** TheSmartGuy: Green
** SixthRanger / DaChief: Lame Gold

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* FiveManBand
** TheLeader: Red
** TheLancer: Blue
** TheChick: Pink, moreso for New Yellow
** TheBigGuy: Yellow seems to be this, but he's revealed to be more of TheLoad due to old age. Briefly Reconstructed, when
FiveManBand: Like the sentai series in general, this team realized after his leave that their had been more alert in a desperate effort to keep check on him.
** TheSmartGuy: Green
** SixthRanger / DaChief: Lame Gold
is made up of five members.

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* ColorCodedStones: Each ranger has a gem attached to their front that acts as their emblem. Episode 10 explores further with Yellow checking how authentic his gem is.


* {{Mooks}}: Known as the ''Combatant'', the team are shown fighting him during the opening credits. He works with the Commander at the restaurant.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Pink, until Yellow is replaced by a girl.

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* {{Mooks}}: Known as the ''Combatant'', the team are shown fighting him them during the opening credits. He One of them works with the Commander at the restaurant.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Pink, until Pink is the only woman in the FiveManBand, except during a period when Yellow is temporally replaced by a girl.



* TwoGirlsToATeam: Pink and New Yellow.

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* TwoGirlsToATeam: Temporary, Pink and New Yellow.


* HumongousMecha: Treasure Robo, which is reminiscent of early 80s [[Series/SuperSentai giant robots]], particularly [[Series/DenshiSentaiDenziman DaiDenzin]] and [[Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan Sun Vulcan Robo]].

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* HumongousMecha: Treasure Robo, which is reminiscent of early 80s [[Series/SuperSentai [[Franchise/SuperSentai giant robots]], particularly [[Series/DenshiSentaiDenziman DaiDenzin]] and [[Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan Sun Vulcan Robo]].



* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''[[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger]]''. Though not produced by Creator/{{Toei}}, it took the place of ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'' parody series and it did air during the same time Akibaranger's third season would have aired.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''[[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger]]''. Though not produced by Creator/{{Toei}}, it took the place of ''[[Series/SuperSentai ''[[Franchise/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'' parody series and it did air during the same time Akibaranger's third season would have aired.


* CutLexLuthorACheck: Discussed right at Episode 1, when the heroes wonder from where the villains get resources to make so many different monsters.

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* CutLexLuthorACheck: CutLexLuthorACheck:
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Discussed right at Episode 1, when the heroes wonder from where the villains get resources to make so many different monsters.


* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''[[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger]]''. Though not produced by {{Toei}}, it took the place of ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'' parody series and it did air during the same time Akibaranger's third season would have aired.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''[[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger]]''. Though not produced by {{Toei}}, Creator/{{Toei}}, it took the place of ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'' parody series and it did air during the same time Akibaranger's third season would have aired.


'''Kanpai Senshi After V''' (''Cheers Warriors After V'') is a parody ''[[Franchise/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'', which started on Japanese TV in 2014. It follows the late night outs of the {{Sentai}} hero team ''Golden Warriors Treasure V'', focusing on their drinking parties over their battles against evil. Their nights out consists of food and drinks at a restaurant which happens to be staffed by the villains they are fighting against, before heading to the karaoke bar.

The show currently consists of two 12 episode seasons, the second going by the name '''Shin Kanpai Senshi After V'''. A 2015 fundraiser for the series successfully met its goal, which will eventually result in a third season and a movie, though no information about potential production or release dates have been announced yet.

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'''Kanpai ''Kanpai Senshi After V''' V'' (''Cheers Warriors After V'') is a parody ''[[Franchise/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'', which started on Japanese TV in 2014. It follows the late night outs of the {{Sentai}} hero team ''Golden Warriors Treasure V'', focusing on their drinking parties over their battles against evil. Their nights out consists of food and drinks at a restaurant which happens to be staffed by the villains they are fighting against, before heading to the karaoke bar.

The show currently consists of two 12 episode seasons, the second going by the name '''Shin ''Shin Kanpai Senshi After V'''.V''. A 2015 fundraiser for the series successfully met its goal, which will eventually result in a third season and a movie, though no information about potential production or release dates have been announced yet.


'''Kanpai Senshi After V''' (''Cheers Warriors After V'') is a parody ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'', which started on Japanese TV in 2014. It follows the late night outs of the {{Sentai}} hero team ''Golden Warriors Treasure V'', focusing on their drinking parties over their battles against evil. Their nights out consists of food and drinks at a restaurant which happens to be staffed by the villains they are fighting against, before heading to the karaoke bar.

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'''Kanpai Senshi After V''' (''Cheers Warriors After V'') is a parody ''[[Series/SuperSentai ''[[Franchise/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'', which started on Japanese TV in 2014. It follows the late night outs of the {{Sentai}} hero team ''Golden Warriors Treasure V'', focusing on their drinking parties over their battles against evil. Their nights out consists of food and drinks at a restaurant which happens to be staffed by the villains they are fighting against, before heading to the karaoke bar.


The show currently consists of two 12 episode seasons. A 2015 fundraiser for the series successfully met its goal, which will eventually result in a third season and a movie, though no information about potential production or release dates have been announced yet.

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The show currently consists of two 12 episode seasons.seasons, the second going by the name '''Shin Kanpai Senshi After V'''. A 2015 fundraiser for the series successfully met its goal, which will eventually result in a third season and a movie, though no information about potential production or release dates have been announced yet.


'''Kanpai Senshi After V''' (''Cheers Warriors After V'') is a 12 episode parody ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'', which aired on Japanese TV in 2014. It follows the late night outs of the {{Sentai}} hero team ''Golden Warriors Treasure V'', focusing on their drinking parties over their battles against evil. Their nights out consists of food and drinks at a restaurant which happens to be staffed by the villains they are fighting against, before heading to the karaoke bar.

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'''Kanpai Senshi After V''' (''Cheers Warriors After V'') is a 12 episode parody ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'', which aired started on Japanese TV in 2014. It follows the late night outs of the {{Sentai}} hero team ''Golden Warriors Treasure V'', focusing on their drinking parties over their battles against evil. Their nights out consists of food and drinks at a restaurant which happens to be staffed by the villains they are fighting against, before heading to the karaoke bar.
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The show currently consists of two 12 episode seasons. A 2015 fundraiser for the series successfully met its goal, which will eventually result in a third season and a movie, though no information about potential production or release dates have been announced yet.


* ReplacementScrappy: Actually played with In-Universe. After a heart-warming last party before Yellow left, the team dreaded the anticipation of the arrival of the new Yellow, accepting the original Yellow as the only Yellow. Things change once the new Yellow arrived, where the guys fawned over her, while Pink remained unhappy. By the team completely warmed up a few episodes later, though, the new Yellow have to take maternal leave, leaving the guys disappointing. And then just as they were anticipating another cute girl to join as another new Yellow, the original one came back, leaving the team disappointed.

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* ReplacementScrappy: Actually played with In-Universe. After a heart-warming last party before Yellow left, the team dreaded began to dread the anticipation of the arrival of the new Yellow, accepting the original Yellow as the only Yellow. Things change once the new Yellow arrived, where arrives, when the guys fawned guys immediately fawn over her, while Pink remained unhappy. By was mad. A few episodes later, the team has completely warmed up a few episodes later, though, to her, however, the new Yellow have has to take off for maternal leave, leaving the guys disappointing. And then disappointed. Then, just as they were anticipating another cute girl to join as another new the next Yellow, the original one came cord back, leaving the team disappointed.

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** In the second season, the opening narration declares that the evil organization's operations have spread throughout the world. It turns out that this involved opening a chain of villain-themed restaurants. However, the commander insists that they're meant to be potential bases for world domination.

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* TokyoIsTheCenterOfTheUniverse: The team started to notice that monster only attack in Japan, Tokyo to be exact and speculate from there.


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!!Tropes:
* AllYourColorsCombined
* AllYourPowersCombined
* AscendedFanboy:
** Similar to [[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Nobuo Akagi]] and [[Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger Gai Ikari]], Red's position is a dream come true, having dreamed of being a superhero after being saved by one as a boy. Except he gets really disillusioned by his teammates really fast.
** Green, too, thinks this is a dream career, though for the wrong reasons (he just saw a regular ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' on TV and thought that them exploding the MonsterOfTheWeek was cool enough that he wanted to try that).
** New Yellow also aspires to be a senshi and bring hope to children too ever since she watch the heroes from TV.
* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The show's opening shows the characters actually fighting the enemies- the series itself does not.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: What happens when the usually timid Green is given alcohol.

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!!Tropes:
* AllYourColorsCombined
* AllYourPowersCombined
* AscendedFanboy:
** Similar to [[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Nobuo Akagi]] and [[Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger Gai Ikari]], Red's position is a dream come true, having dreamed of being a superhero after being saved by one as a boy. Except he gets really disillusioned by his teammates really fast.
** Green, too, thinks this is a dream career, though for the wrong reasons (he just saw a regular ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' on TV and thought that them exploding the MonsterOfTheWeek was cool enough that he wanted to try that).
** New Yellow also aspires to be a senshi and bring hope to children too ever since she watch the heroes from TV.
* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The show's opening shows the characters actually fighting the enemies- the series itself does not.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: What happens when the usually timid Green is given alcohol.
!!Recurring Franchise/SuperSentai tropes:



* CantHoldHisLiquor: Episode 3 focuses on the disaster that ensues when Green is given a beer, which includes him knocking out the store manager with his boomerang.



* CutLexLuthorACheck: Discussed right at Episode 1, when the heroes wonder from where the villains get resources to make so many different monsters.
--> '''Pink:''' Remember when we fought that monster that had breath that could dissolve anything?\\
'''Red:''' Oh man, that was a close one...\\
'''Pink:''' Think of how amazing it is. Creating a gas that can dissolve anything is impressive enough, but they made something that could breathe that material, so they probably spent a ton of money on it. I bet they could win a Nobel Prize if they wanted.
* DistractedByTheSexy: When the new Yellow joins, the men on the team can't help but fawn over her cuteness, leaving Pink the only one feeling bad that the original Yellow has left.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: Basically what Red feels working with this team.



* NoNameGiven: The members of Treasure V are only ever referred to by their color codenames, though everyone (except for Blue) calls Red "Leader".
* PeopleInRubberSuits: They ''outright'' say there are zippers on the monsters' backs. Blue states he opened one once, but he "cannot put it in words".
* ReplacementScrappy: Actually played with In-Universe. After a heart-warming last party before Yellow left, the team dreaded the anticipation of the arrival of the new Yellow, accepting the original Yellow as the only Yellow. Things change once the new Yellow arrived, where the guys fawned over her, while Pink remained unhappy. By the team completely warmed up a few episodes later, though, the new Yellow have to take maternal leave, leaving the guys disappointing. And then just as they were anticipating another cute girl to join as another new Yellow, the original one came back, leaving the team disappointed.
* ScarfOfAsskicking: Part of the Treasure V uniforms, as per classic tokusatsu hero tradition.
* ShoutOut: The Combatant's uniform is similar to the solders of Shocker in ''Series/KamenRider'', particularly the lucha libre wrestling mask, he also addresses the Commander in the restaurant with "Eeee!" as soldiers of Shocker do.
* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''[[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger]]''. Though not produced by {{Toei}}, it took the place of ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'' parody series and it did air during the same time Akibaranger's third season would have aired.
* StylisticSuck: The scene of Treasure Robo flying in the opening.
* TerritorialSmurfette: Pink when the new Yellow joins, due to missing the original Yellow while the men are [[Main/DistractedByTheSexy preoccupied fawning over the New Yellow's cuteness]].


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!!Tropes Present in ''Kanpai Senshi After V'':
* AllYourColorsCombined
* AllYourPowersCombined
* AscendedFanboy:
** Similar to [[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Nobuo Akagi]] and [[Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger Gai Ikari]], Red's position is a dream come true, having dreamed of being a superhero after being saved by one as a boy. Except he gets really disillusioned by his teammates really fast.
** Green, too, thinks this is a dream career, though for the wrong reasons (he just saw a regular ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' on TV and thought that them exploding the MonsterOfTheWeek was cool enough that he wanted to try that).
** New Yellow also aspires to be a senshi and bring hope to children too ever since she watch the heroes from TV.
* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The show's opening shows the characters actually fighting the enemies- the series itself does not.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: What happens when the usually timid Green is given alcohol.
* CantHoldHisLiquor: Episode 3 focuses on the disaster that ensues when Green is given a beer, which includes him knocking out the store manager with his boomerang.
* CutLexLuthorACheck: Discussed right at Episode 1, when the heroes wonder from where the villains get resources to make so many different monsters.
--> '''Pink:''' Remember when we fought that monster that had breath that could dissolve anything?\\
'''Red:''' Oh man, that was a close one...\\
'''Pink:''' Think of how amazing it is. Creating a gas that can dissolve anything is impressive enough, but they made something that could breathe that material, so they probably spent a ton of money on it. I bet they could win a Nobel Prize if they wanted.
* DistractedByTheSexy: When the new Yellow joins, the men on the team can't help but fawn over her cuteness, leaving Pink the only one feeling bad that the original Yellow has left.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: Basically what Red feels working with this team.
* NoNameGiven: The members of Treasure V are only ever referred to by their color codenames, though everyone (except for Blue) calls Red "Leader".
* PeopleInRubberSuits: They ''outright'' say there are zippers on the monsters' backs. Blue states he opened one once, but he "cannot put it in words".
* ReplacementScrappy: Actually played with In-Universe. After a heart-warming last party before Yellow left, the team dreaded the anticipation of the arrival of the new Yellow, accepting the original Yellow as the only Yellow. Things change once the new Yellow arrived, where the guys fawned over her, while Pink remained unhappy. By the team completely warmed up a few episodes later, though, the new Yellow have to take maternal leave, leaving the guys disappointing. And then just as they were anticipating another cute girl to join as another new Yellow, the original one came back, leaving the team disappointed.
* ScarfOfAsskicking: Part of the Treasure V uniforms, as per classic tokusatsu hero tradition.
* ShoutOut: The Combatant's uniform is similar to the solders of Shocker in ''Series/KamenRider'', particularly the lucha libre wrestling mask, he also addresses the Commander in the restaurant with "Eeee!" as soldiers of Shocker do.
* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''[[Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger]]''. Though not produced by {{Toei}}, it took the place of ''[[Series/SuperSentai Super Sentai]]'' parody series and it did air during the same time Akibaranger's third season would have aired.
* StylisticSuck: The scene of Treasure Robo flying in the opening.
* TerritorialSmurfette: Pink when the new Yellow joins, due to missing the original Yellow while the men are [[Main/DistractedByTheSexy preoccupied fawning over the New Yellow's cuteness]].

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