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!!''Tokusou Exceedraft'' provides examples of the following tropes:

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!!''Tokusou Exceedraft'' provides examples of the following tropes:
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!!''Tokusou Exceedraft'' provides examples of the following tropes:


* BigBad: [[AvertedTrope Nope]]. There is no main villain organization. However, the gang must go up against a group called Red Spade occasionally. Still, they're recurring villains as opposed to the force behind *everything* in the series; for the most part, the stories stand alone like the previous two series.
* ByThePowerOfGrayskull: "Jisso!" ("Boot Up," at least according to fansubs.) However, they just say it when turning the key to the compartment that holds the suits, which they must then put on manually.

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* BigBad: [[AvertedTrope Nope]]. There is no main villain organization. However, the gang must go up against a group called Red Spade occasionally. Still, they're recurring villains as opposed to the force behind *everything* ''everything'' in the series; for the most part, the stories stand alone like the previous two series.
* ByThePowerOfGrayskull: "Jisso!" ("Boot Up," Up", at least according to fansubs.fansubs; other fansubs translate it as "Implement".) However, they just say it when turning the key to the compartment that holds the suits, which they must then put on manually.


* BigBad: [[AvertedTrope Nope]]. There is no main villain organization. However, the gang must go up against a group called Red Spade occasionally. Still, they're recurring villains as opposed to the force behind _everything_ in the series; for the most part, the stories stand alone like the previous two series.

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* BigBad: [[AvertedTrope Nope]]. There is no main villain organization. However, the gang must go up against a group called Red Spade occasionally. Still, they're recurring villains as opposed to the force behind _everything_ *everything* in the series; for the most part, the stories stand alone like the previous two series.


''Tokusou Exceedraft'' is the tenth entry in the ''Series/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy, though it's connection to the previous two series is minimum at best.

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''Tokusou Exceedraft'' is the tenth entry in the ''Series/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy, though it's its connection to the previous two series is minimum at best.


* MidSeasonUpgrade: Hayato is later upgraded to [=SyncRedder=].

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* MidSeasonUpgrade: LawOfChromaticSuperiority[=/=]MidSeasonUpgrade: Hayato is later upgraded to [=SyncRedder=].


''Tokusou Exceedraft'' is the tenth entry in the ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy, though it's connection to the previous two series is minimum at best.

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''Tokusou Exceedraft'' is the tenth entry in the ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' ''Series/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy, though it's connection to the previous two series is minimum at best.


* {{Retool}}: Around mid-series, Toei decides to go back to the sci-fi angle with an odd plot about an alien hunter seeking help from the Exceedraft team seeking his nemesis, Carlos. Then there's [[spoiler:A plot involving Draftredder vs. {{Satan}}...]]. Afterwards the team fights a lot of laser-spewing enemies.

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* {{Retool}}: Around mid-series, Toei decides to go back to the sci-fi angle with an odd plot about an alien hunter seeking help from the Exceedraft team seeking his nemesis, Carlos. Then there's [[spoiler:A [[spoiler:a plot involving Draftredder vs. {{Satan}}...]]. Afterwards the team fights a lot of laser-spewing enemies.


''Tokusou Exceedraft'' is the tenth entry in the ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy.

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''Tokusou Exceedraft'' is the tenth entry in the ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy.
trilogy, though it's connection to the previous two series is minimum at best.


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* BigBad: [[AvertedTrope Nope]]. There is no main villain organization.
* ByThePowerOfGrayskull: "Jisso!"

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* BigBad: [[AvertedTrope Nope]]. There is no main villain organization.
organization. However, the gang must go up against a group called Red Spade occasionally. Still, they're recurring villains as opposed to the force behind _everything_ in the series; for the most part, the stories stand alone like the previous two series.
* ByThePowerOfGrayskull: "Jisso!""Jisso!" ("Boot Up," at least according to fansubs.) However, they just say it when turning the key to the compartment that holds the suits, which they must then put on manually.


'''''Tokusou Exceedraft''''' is the tenth entry in the ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy.

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'''''Tokusou Exceedraft''''' ''Tokusou Exceedraft'' is the tenth entry in the ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' franchise, airing from 1992-1993. It is the third part of its ''Rescue Heroes'' trilogy.


* Ken Okuma/'''[=DraftKeace=]'''[[note]]Keace is a wordplay on ''ki'', which is Japanese for yellow[[/note]]: [[KidAppealCharacter Bumbling]] [[TheBigGuy Big Guy]] who is a trained Martial Artist.

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* Ken Okuma/'''[=DraftKeace=]'''[[note]]Keace is a wordplay on ''ki'', which is Japanese for yellow[[/note]]: [[KidAppealCharacter Bumbling]] [[TheBigGuy Big Guy]] TheBigGuy who is a trained Martial Artist.Artist. He is also the [[KidAppealCharacter youngest member]] on the team.



* BigBad: Nope. There is no main villain organization.

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* BigBad: Nope.[[AvertedTrope Nope]]. There is no main villain organization.


[[quoteright:160:~~DramaticHalfHour {{Tokusatsu}}~~]]

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