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* SatanicArchetype: [[spoiler:[[DragonInChief Zogu]] is clearly made with old scratch in mind: she first appears as an angelic, beautiful being, only afterwards revealing herself for the monster she truly is. To add to it: her demonic true form has a lot of [[NumberOfTheBeast is 666 meters tall and weighs 666,000 tons.]]]]

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* SatanicArchetype: [[spoiler:[[DragonInChief Zogu]] is clearly made with old scratch in mind: she first appears as an angelic, beautiful being, only afterwards revealing herself for the monster she truly is. To add to it: her demonic true form has a lot of [[NumberOfTheBeast is 666 meters tall and weighs 666,000 tons.]]]]


** Then in episode 27, Meemos, a monster which contains the DNA of both the previously mentioned monsters, manages to transform itself into an imitation of Ultraman Gaia Version 1.

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** Then in episode 27, Meemos, a monster which contains the DNA of both the previously mentioned monsters, manages to transform itself into an imitation of Ultraman Gaia Version 1.V1.


-->-- The closing words at the end of Ultraman Gaia

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-->-- The closing words at the end of Ultraman Gaia



''Ultraman Gaia'' takes place in yet another universe, one that is totally different from the world of the original Ultramen (the inhabitants of the Land of Light), as well as the world of ''Series/UltramanTiga'' and ''Series/UltramanDyna''. It is the first series to feature two Ultramen as the main characters -- Ultraman Gaia and Ultraman Agul, [[RedOniBlueOni both having conflicting philosophies in regards to defending the Earth]] from a mysterious, malevolent and extremely intelligent cosmic entity.

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''Ultraman Gaia'' takes place in yet another universe, one that is totally different from the world of the original Ultramen (the inhabitants of the Land of Light), as well as the world of ''Series/UltramanTiga'' and ''Series/UltramanDyna''.''[[Series/UltramanDyna Dyna]]''. It is the first series to feature two Ultramen as the main characters -- Ultraman Gaia and Ultraman Agul, [[RedOniBlueOni both having conflicting philosophies in regards to defending the Earth]] from a mysterious, malevolent and extremely intelligent cosmic entity.



Available for streaming on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} in all territories except Asia. It is the seventh ''Ultra'' series installment made available on the site.

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Available The series is available for streaming on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} in all territories except Asia. It is the seventh ''Ultra'' series installment made available on the site.


* TheMovie: ''Ultraman Tiga & Ultraman Dyna & Ultraman Gaia: Battle in Hyperspace'' (1999) and ''Film/SuperiorUltraman8Brothers'' (2008), both [[NonSerialMovie unrelated to the series' storyline]].

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* TheMovie: ''Ultraman Tiga & Ultraman Dyna & Ultraman Gaia: Battle in Hyperspace'' ''Film/UltramanGaiaTheBattleInHyperspace'' (1999) and ''Film/SuperiorUltraman8Brothers'' (2008), both [[NonSerialMovie unrelated to the series' storyline]].


* ShapeShifterGuiltTrip: [[spoiler:The Mezard Queen attempts this on Fujimiya be assuming the form of his deceased friend Inamori in an attempt to get him back on her side. Once he realizes what's going on, she tries to use the form to stop him from shooting her, and while it works at first he ultimately comes through and shoots her. She attempts it again on Gaia by making Imitiation Agul and beratting him on human selfishness, but Gaia doesn't buy it.]]

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* ShapeShifterGuiltTrip: ShapeshifterGuiltTrip: [[spoiler:The Mezard Queen attempts this on Fujimiya be assuming the form of his deceased friend Inamori in an attempt to get him back on her side. Once he realizes what's going on, she tries to use the form to stop him from shooting her, and while it works at first he ultimately comes through and shoots her. She attempts it again on Gaia by making Imitiation Agul and beratting berating him on human selfishness, but Gaia doesn't buy it.]]


-->'''Gamu''': "What do you think of 'Ultraman Gaia' for the giant's name? [[AwesomeMcCoolname Gaia's a cool name, right?]]"

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-->'''Gamu''': "What do you think of 'Ultraman Gaia' for the giant's name? [[AwesomeMcCoolname [[AwesomeMcCoolName Gaia's a cool name, right?]]"


* {{Expy}}: Several Toku fans have noted the striking resemblance Gan-Q has to the kaiju Ganmons from the Live Action Series/GiantRobo series. Both are large eye kaiju, both can walk and both can change forms to suit their needs.

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* {{Expy}}: Several Toku fans have noted the striking resemblance Gan-Q has to the kaiju Ganmons from the Live Action Series/GiantRobo live-action ''Series/GiantRobo'' series. Both are large eye kaiju, both can walk and both can change forms to suit their needs.


* HellYesMoment: [[spoiler:The Earth restoring Fujimiya's power and upgrading him into Agul V2 so he can save Gamu from being abducted by the Destruction Bringer. Fujimiya's face when it happens screams this trope, as does the orchestral music playing in the back ground.]]



* HellYesMoment: [[spoiler:The Earth restoring Fujimiya's power and upgrading him into Agul V2 so he can save Gamu from being abducted by the Destruction Bringer. Fujimiya's face when it happens screams this trope, as does the orchestral music playing in the back ground.]]


* TheCape: Ultraman Gaia.


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* TheCape: Ultraman Gaia.


* TheMovie: ''Ultraman Tiga & Ultraman Dyna & Ultraman Gaia: Battle in Hyperspace'' (1999) and ''Superior Ultraman 8 Brothers'' (2008), both [[NonSerialMovie unrelated to the series' storyline]].

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* TheMovie: ''Ultraman Tiga & Ultraman Dyna & Ultraman Gaia: Battle in Hyperspace'' (1999) and ''Superior Ultraman 8 Brothers'' ''Film/SuperiorUltraman8Brothers'' (2008), both [[NonSerialMovie unrelated to the series' storyline]].


Available for streaming on Crunchyroll in all territories except Asia. It is the seventh ''Ultra'' series installment made available on the site.

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Available for streaming on Crunchyroll Website/{{Crunchyroll}} in all territories except Asia. It is the seventh ''Ultra'' series installment made available on the site.



* AntiHero: Hiroya Fujimiya / Ultraman Agul is a NominalHero. Though he occasionally helps Gaia in certain battles, he reminds Gaia that their alliances are merely because it is his duty to protect Earth (the planet, not the humans on it) due to his [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters belief]]. [[spoiler:After suffering an [[HeroicBSOD Anti-heroic BSOD]] in episode 26, [[PutonaBus he is presumably killed by Zorlim and doesn't appear]] until ten episodes later, and only leaves this trope for good when he finally gets his powers back in episode 41.]]

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* AntiHero: Hiroya Fujimiya / Ultraman Agul is a NominalHero. Though he occasionally helps Gaia in certain battles, he reminds Gaia that their alliances are merely because it is his duty to protect Earth (the planet, not the humans on it) due to his [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters belief]]. [[spoiler:After suffering an [[HeroicBSOD Anti-heroic BSOD]] in episode 26, [[PutonaBus [[PutOnABus he is presumably killed by Zorlim and doesn't appear]] until ten episodes later, and only leaves this trope for good when he finally gets his powers back in episode 41.]]


* {{Tsundere}}: Type A for [[BridgeBunnies Atsuko]], although her feelings for Gamu ended with NoRomanceResolution. Of course, she does have her ClingyJealousGirl moments to Gamu in episode 42 when he hold hands with Alchemy Star member Catherine in Germany, even though she can sense it in '''Aerial Base''' and broke her pen twice.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Type A for [[BridgeBunnies Atsuko]], although her feelings for Gamu ended with NoRomanceResolution.NoRomanticResolution. Of course, she does have her ClingyJealousGirl moments to Gamu in episode 42 when he hold hands with Alchemy Star member Catherine in Germany, even though she can sense it in '''Aerial Base''' and broke her pen twice.


* NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:The Destruction Bringer ''claims'' to be trying to protect Earth and the universe from humanity, but eventually it's shown to be a facade: it simply has a GodComplex and views itself as having the right to judge humanity, and as it hates them, wants to kill them, and uses heinous methods to do so. It was also mainly using this facade to manipulate Agul to its side.]]

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* NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:The Destruction Bringer ''claims'' to be trying to protect Earth and the universe from humanity, but eventually it's shown to be a facade: it simply has a GodComplex thinks AGodAmI and views itself as having the right to judge humanity, and as it hates them, wants to kill them, and uses heinous methods to do so. It was also mainly using this facade to manipulate Agul to its side.]]

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* NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:The Destruction Bringer ''claims'' to be trying to protect Earth and the universe from humanity, but eventually it's shown to be a facade: it simply has a GodComplex and views itself as having the right to judge humanity, and as it hates them, wants to kill them, and uses heinous methods to do so. It was also mainly using this facade to manipulate Agul to its side.]]

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* {{Hypocrite}}: [[spoiler:The Destruction Bringer, through its MouthOfSauron, ''claims'' to be trying to destroy humanity because they're a virus infecting the universe...but Yuki calls it out for being this and that just being an excuse: they just hate humanity and want to kill them out of FantasticRacism.]]

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