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** And they actually had their {{HumongousMecha}}s [[UpToEleven do the stance]] once.

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** And they actually had their {{HumongousMecha}}s [[UpToEleven do the stance]] stance once.



* MeleeATrois: #31. General Schwarz makes his move on Zed, only to take on Mork and Noire at once, both defending Zed for their own reasons and ready to take potshots at each other [[Series/TheWalkingDead Tomas]]-style. Then it actually goes further when Right busts into the scene, sees Zed for himself, and immediately takes him on, leading to Mork and Noire battling Right as well despite Zed being fully able to take him on (and in fact curbstomp all four of them if need be) [[UpToEleven for a fantastic five-way!]]

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* MeleeATrois: #31. General Schwarz makes his move on Zed, only to take on Mork and Noire at once, both defending Zed for their own reasons and ready to take potshots at each other [[Series/TheWalkingDead Tomas]]-style. Then it actually goes further when Right busts into the scene, sees Zed for himself, and immediately takes him on, leading to Mork and Noire battling Right as well despite Zed being fully able to take him on (and in fact curbstomp all four of them if need be) [[UpToEleven for a fantastic five-way!]]five-way!


* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler:Ok, who expected to see [[Series/KamenRiderDecade Narutaki]] in the Gaim [=ToQger=] crossover?]]



* TheWorfEffect: #30. Kagura's [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique "Ultimate Girl"]], normally a GameBreaker, proves useless against Wig Shadow.

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* TheWorfEffect: #30. Kagura's [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique "Ultimate Girl"]], normally a GameBreaker, powerful ability, proves useless against Wig Shadow.


* AdultFear: As early as episode 1, the bad guys can kidnap your children ''in the time it takes to turn your head.''
** Invoked again in episode 16, where a boy's older sister is busy with something, the younger brother vanished when she looked again.



!! The [=ToQgers=] are:
* Right/'''[[red:[=ToQ=] 1gou]]''': The energetic {{Leader}} with a powerful Imagination.
* Tokatti/'''[[blue:[=ToQ=] 2gou]]''': TheSmartGuy who's klutzy but good at analyzing enemies. [[spoiler:Has a secret crush on Mio]].
* Mio/'''[[gold:[=ToQ=] 3gou]]''': A [[TheBigGuy sports-minded]] young woman that acts as the team's 'big sister'.
* Hikari/'''[[green:[=ToQ=] 4gou]]''': TheLancer, equal in terms of fighting power to Right but with opposing views.
* Kagura/'''[[pink:[=ToQ=] 5gou]]''': TheChick. The least skilled of the group, but with the most Imagination and potential.
* Akira Nijino/'''[[cinnamon:[=ToQ=] 6gou]]''': The SixthRanger, a former Shadow Kaijin that now serves the Rainbow Line as its atonement. Also the first Orange Ranger since [[Series/BattleFeverJ Battle Cossack]].
* The Conductor/[[spoiler:'''[=ToQ=] 7gou''']]: The [=ToQgers'=] MissionControl in the TV series, who has a puppet assistant/supervisor/it's never quite clear called Ticket. [[spoiler:He gets ascended to EleventhHourRanger for the V-Cinema film ''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=] Returns: Super [=ToQ=] 7 of Dreams'' with a default purple suit.]]


''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' adaptation.

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''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is [[Main/AmericansHateTingle the main reason reason]] it lacks a ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' adaptation.


''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a ''Main/PowerRangers'' adaptation.

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''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a ''Main/PowerRangers'' ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' adaptation.


''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a ''[[Main/PowerRangers]]'' adaptation.

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''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a ''[[Main/PowerRangers]]'' ''Main/PowerRangers'' adaptation.


''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a PowerRangers adaptation.

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''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a PowerRangers ''[[Main/PowerRangers]]'' adaptation.


''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]].

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''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Violent-Train Squadron Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]].
train-themed]], and is the main reason it lacks a PowerRangers adaptation.


''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuger" and roughly meaning "Train Squadron Limited Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]].

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''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=]'' (pronounced "Tokkyuger" "Tokkyuuger" and roughly meaning "Train "Violent-Train Squadron Limited Express-ger") is the [=38th=] program in the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, airing from 2014 to 2015. It's notably the first ''Super Sentai'' series to be outright [[CoolTrain train-themed]].


* Tokatti/'''[[blue:[=ToQ=] 2gou]]''': A klutzy SmartGuy that is good at analyzing enemies. [[spoiler:Has a secret crush on Mio]].

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* Tokatti/'''[[blue:[=ToQ=] 2gou]]''': A TheSmartGuy who's klutzy SmartGuy that is but good at analyzing enemies. [[spoiler:Has a secret crush on Mio]].


* Akira Nijino/'''[=ToQ=] 6gou''': The SixthRanger, a former Shadow Kaijin that now serves the Rainbow Line as its atonement. Also the first Orange Ranger since [[Series/BattleFeverJ Battle Cossack]].
* The Conductor/[[spoiler:'''[=ToQ=] 7gou''']]: The [=ToQgers'=] MissionControl in the TV series, who has a puppet assistant/supervisor/it's never quite clear called Ticket. [[spoiler:He gets ascended to EleventhHourRanger for the V-Cinema film ''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=] Returns: Super [=ToQ=] 7 of Dreams''.]]

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* Akira Nijino/'''[=ToQ=] 6gou''': Nijino/'''[[cinnamon:[=ToQ=] 6gou]]''': The SixthRanger, a former Shadow Kaijin that now serves the Rainbow Line as its atonement. Also the first Orange Ranger since [[Series/BattleFeverJ Battle Cossack]].
* The Conductor/[[spoiler:'''[=ToQ=] 7gou''']]: The [=ToQgers'=] MissionControl in the TV series, who has a puppet assistant/supervisor/it's never quite clear called Ticket. [[spoiler:He gets ascended to EleventhHourRanger for the V-Cinema film ''Ressha Sentai [=ToQger=] Returns: Super [=ToQ=] 7 of Dreams''.Dreams'' with a default purple suit.]]


* CreditCardPlot: A minor version in episode 4, Wagon mentions that the rainbow passes can be used to purchase things, but [[PoorCommunicationKills doesn't mention they need to pay back the money]], [[RealityEnsues fortunately, they can return everything they buy]] and [[WorkOffTheDebt pay back the nonrefundable goods by cleaning.]]

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* CreditCardPlot: A minor version in episode 4, Wagon mentions that the rainbow passes can be used to purchase things, but [[PoorCommunicationKills doesn't mention they need to pay back the money]], [[RealityEnsues fortunately, they can return everything they buy]] and [[WorkOffTheDebt pay back the nonrefundable goods by cleaning.]]


* Hikari/'''[=ToQ=] 4gou''': TheLancer, equal in terms of fighting power to Right but with opposing views.

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* Hikari/'''[=ToQ=] 4gou''': Hikari/'''[[green:[=ToQ=] 4gou]]''': TheLancer, equal in terms of fighting power to Right but with opposing views.


* Kagura/'''[=ToQ=] 5gou''': TheChick. The least skilled of the group, but with the most Imagination and potential.

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* Kagura/'''[=ToQ=] 5gou''': Kagura/'''[[pink:[=ToQ=] 5gou]]''': TheChick. The least skilled of the group, but with the most Imagination and potential.

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