Here be the characters for Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
Captain Marvelous/Gokai Red | Actor: Ryota Ozawa
- Authority Equals Asskicking: Big time.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: With a name like Captain Marvelous, how can it not be awesome?
- Badass Longcoat: His default attire includes a long red captain's coat.
- Battlecry: "Let's make this showy!"note , which gets adopted and adapted by the others over the course of the show. Dr. Don eventually uses "Let's blow them up!"note
- Berserk Button: Whatever you do, do not bother Marvelous while he's eating. Or steal his food. Also, don't mess with his crew.
- Catchphrase: "Well, ain't that interestin'?"note
- Combination Attack: Gavan Marvelous Dynamic, with Space Sheriff Gavan.
- Crucified Hero Shot: in #43, as the Zangyack prepare to execute him in front of a large audience.
- Determinator: Just as big as Takeru or Alata. Prime example include managing to shoot Warz Gill and Barizorg despite being heavily wounded in the back and fighting against three of Basco's extra heroes key in human form after being de-transformed.
- Expy: Of Monkey D. Luffy. Both are the red wearing leaders of their pirate crews, who's primary motivation are legendary treasure and food. If there's any doubt, his actor even cosplayed Luffy once, see here.◊
- He's also one of Tsukasa Kadoya which is even Lampshaded in Super Hero Taisen.
- Fake Defector: While he and Tsukasa Kadoya appeared to have turned evil in Super Hero Taisen, they really just did it to learn Dai-Shocker and Dai-Zangyack's true plans to destroy both the Kamen Riders and Super Sentai.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Phlegmatic.
- Going Down with the Ship: As the team in GoZyu GokaiOh are getting handed their asses on a platter by Warz Gill's robot, he forces the team out as the Gokai Galleon disassembles and crashes somewhere.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: Hoo, boy. Take a look at episode 35.
- It Was a Gift: Aka Red gave him the Ranger Keys and Navi.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Marvelous has quite a dickish attitude sometimes, but he deeply cares about his mates and for others.
- Last of His Kind: Subverted. Marvelous is stated in episode 8 to be the last surviving member of the Red Pirates, which according to Insarn is the greatest rebel force to face the Zangyack, but it's later revealed that There Is Another - Basco ta Jolokia, a rival of Marvelous.
- Technically speaking, it's actually played straight. Marvelous was still part of the Red Pirates when the gang was finished but Basco however betrayed the gang so in a way, he's not a surviving Red Pirate, so that leaves Marvelous as the last surviving Red Pirate.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: Unless the team does an all-color Gokai Change (such as the All-Silver team in #18), he only ever uses Red Rangers. This even extends to Sixth Rangers and Extra Heroes; the only ones he ever uses are Time Fire and Wolzard Fire. Heck, even with the OOO Combo Forms he gets the Blazing TaJaDor form!
- Even when the team goes All Silver in 18, he manages to cling to a little red! He goes with Bouken Silver, whose suit has some notable red accents. Marv just likes red!
- The Leader: The Captain of the Gokaigers and the one who gives them orders.
- Lightning Bruiser: Marvelous is really strong and also quite fast at the same time.
- Mole in Charge: [[spoiler:In Super Hero Taisen, he became the The Emperor of Dai-Zangyack to learn the Shocker-Zangyack Alliance's true plans alongside Tsukasa Kadoya.
- Offhand Backhand: Part of his fighting style, even leading up to offhand shooting in one occasion.
- Only One Name: Unless his first name is Captain....
- Pocket Protector: Takes a piece of Sally's necklace with him in his pocket, and it protects him from a fatal shot in his final duel with Basco.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The brash and unpredictable red to Joe's calmer and serious blue.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Manly Man to Don and Gai's Sensitive Guys. (One of two)
- During 199 Hero Great Battle, he's the manly man to Alata's sensitive guy.
- Shoot the Bullet: About a dozen in rapid succession.
- Super Strength: He's a lot stronger than he looks at first glance: in episode 7 he's shown throwing darts easily while wearing a heavy bracelet Don can barely carry with both hands, and in a flashback in episode 12, he rips the Zangyack tracking collar off Joe's neck (all the while withstanding the electric shocks, no less).
- Stealth Mentor: Tends to play this role during crossovers due to his roguish nature, though he'll deny it.
- Sword and Gun: Gokai Saber and Gokai Gun. The others, minus Gai, each have a set too, but due to the weapon swapping that occurs between them, Marvelous is the one who plays this trope straight most of the time.
Joe Gibken/Gokai Blue | Actor: Yuki Yamada
- Abhorrent Admirer: Shares one with Don in the form of a Creepy Crossdresser in #23 and Vancuria in Gokaiger Vs. Gavan.
- Back-to-Back Badasses: With Marvelous in #12.
- Bring It: Shows one in 45 while changing into Tiger Ranger.
- Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: Brooding Boy to Ahim's Gentle Girl.
- The Comically Serious: Shown first in the ending, but even moreso in #23, where he (and Don) run into an overly affectionate drag queen and end up in makeup.
- Cry Cute/Manly Tears: In #12, when he realizes the Sid he knew is gone forever.
- And again in #30. Yuki Yamada is an incredibly talented crier.
- And yet again in #38 when he finally destroys Barizorg. They must have realized where their bread was buttered when they found out that he could cry, and cry pretty, since they've been yanking his chain ever since.
- And yet again in #45, only this time its played for laughs when Navi accidentally destroys his Ninjaman tea cake.
- Deadpan Snarker: With emphasis on the "deadpan".
- Defector from Decadence: Was originally a soldier of the Zangyack Empire but when he refused to attack a group of civilians, he was branded a traitor and eventually escaped with help from his commanding officer Sid and Marvelous.
- Dual Wielding: When he trades his Gokai Gun for another crew member's Gokai Saber. Taken Up to Eleven in episode 4, when he uses everyone's Gokai Sabers all at once.
- In episode 12, Kaoru gives him the Double Disc from the Shinkenger finale which allows him to dual wield Shinkenmaru.
- The finale has him using DekaMaster's D-Sword Vega and Don-as-Zubaan's sword form against Dailando.
- Expy: Of Roronoa Zoro. Both are the swordsmen Lancers who prefer Dual Wielding and exercising in their down time.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Choleric.
- Implacable Man: Has a habit of invoking this whenever he gets really serious.
- The Lancer: The first person Marvelous recruited to be part of his new crew and also fills the position of First Mate.
- Lightning Bruiser: Has made an unflinching walk into enemy fire more than once. Also pushes himself to withstand the most amount of punishment. He's still fast and has great reflexes.
- Making a Splash: His Blue Slash finisher invokes the power of the five recent water-powered Blue Rangers.
- Master Swordsman: From his default style wielding two swords, being able to use all five Gokai Sabers at once, and duel wielding swords bigger than himself, it's safe to say that he is this.
- Megane: Of the stoic variety in Episode 39.
- Mercy Kill: Destroys Barizorg after finding out the transformation can't be undone so Sid's soul can finally rest in peace.
- My Greatest Failure: He feels immense guilt for letting his fellow Zangyack comrade Sid stay behind so that Joe can escape, leaving Sid to be converted into Barizorg. Come episode #30, Joe eventually learns that the conversion is irreversible and any hope of Sid regaining his human form is shot to Hell.
- Rapunzel Hair: Though not as extreme as some examples he started the series with a ponytail that ended mid-back and it just got longer as time went on, ending at least waist length by the time the season was over. Also applies to his actor, production added extensions to his hair and it grew very quickly over the course of filming.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The cooler and more serious blue to Marvelous' brash and wild red.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Goes on one against Zaien for the conversion of his old friend Sid into Barizorg and attempting to repeat the process on a great many humans. He pretty much goes Implacable Man against him and then destroys him with Sid's signature move.
- Slow Walk: When he gets serious, he makes a habit of doing this. And when he does, the target is screwed.
- The Stoic: Doesn't usually speak very often and usually displays a more focused personality.
- Think Nothing of It: In #22, Joe goes above and beyond to help a boy fulfill a rather tall promise (getting from Tokyo to a nearby mountain entirely by bike to hang out with a friend), including using his Gokai Gun to save the boy from a troop of Gormin; afterwards, when Gai says that looking out for the kid was a very Super Sentai thing to do, Joe says it wasn't a big deal.
- Tranquil Fury: VERY likely to run on that, just like in Super Hero Taisen.
- With My Hands Tied: Not literally, but he often demonstrates a one-sword fencing style with his pistol or other sword tucked behind his back even though he's capable of Dual Wielding.
- Wouldn't Hurt a Child: Joe ran from the Zangyack because he could not obey an order to slaughter a group of captive children.
Luka Millfy/Gokai Yellow | Actress: Mao Ichimichi
- Abhorrent Admirer: Shares one with Ahim with the Admirer being Trinoid #12 - Yatsudenwani in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
- The Big Girl: Depending on the situation, she's either an throws herself into the fight with enthusiam.
- Cool Big Sis: Mostly towards Ahim, as shown in episode 23.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Once lived a life of poverty while taking care of several young children, explaining her intense desire for riches. #34 also reveals that she would use said riches to buy a planet where children like those she cared for that were orphaned by Zangyack could live in peace.
- Dual Wielding: When she trades her Gokai Gun for another crew member's Gokai Saber.
- Expy: Of Nami. Both had troubled childhoods that lead them to growing up with a love of money and riches.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Sanguine.
- Glass Cannon: She can be the most powerful member of the team. Although the thing is her defense is limited, possibly due to her Genki Girl-esque occasions.
- Gratuitous English: She seems to be the member of the team who likes it the most.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Masculine Girl to Don's Feminine Boy.
- Money Fetish: If there's even a remote chance of acquiring money or treasure, she'll take it
- Ms. Vice Girl: Her obsession with obtaining riches.
- Ninja Maid / Meido: Dresses up as a maid in episode 6.
- Not So Different: Between her and Moune in 199 Heroes, to the point where about half their lines in the movie are Spoken In Unison.
- Out-of-Character Alert: In #34, the Monster of the Week impersonates Luka, but the rest of the team catches on when "she" eagerly eats broccoli at dinner, a food the real Luka absolutely despises.
- Pirate Girl: Obviously, but her love of treasure cements this for her.
- She Cleans Up Nicely: Luka, in #42's flashback, when she goes to see Don. And in general, on a lesser scale, between her past and the present.
- Ship Tease: She said Gai was "kinda cute" in episode 17. Her habit of pushing/shoving Don may also be taken this way by some. There's also some shiptease between Luka and Marvelous in episode 21, she was the only one who truly understood Marvelous' predicament. For the Les Yay fans, Luka and Ahim have slept on each other's shoulders and fed each other food several times.
- Shouldn't You Stop Stealing?
- Tights Under Shorts: Most of her outfits have this.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tomboy to Ahim's Girly Girl.
- Unkempt Beauty: Was one of these in flashbacks to her past as a homeless street girl.
Don "Doc" Dogoier/Gokai Green | Actor: Kazuki Shimizu
- Abhorrent Admirer: Shares one with Joe in the form of a Creepy Crossdresser in #23 and both Shizuka and Kegalesia in Gokaiger Vs. Gavan.
- Adorkable: He is rather inept in anything other than cooking and maintenance of the ship, but he's a capable fighter even if his fighting style is mainly him flailing around.
- Alliterative Name: His nickname takes it even further.
- All Up to You: #43 will be his day in the sun, as Marvelous is taken to be executed and the rest of the team is missing.
- Badass on Paper: Snapped a Mook's neck, ran into battle while shooting the team's BFG, saved Marvelous from execution, and somehow he's the least skilled and courageous of the team.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He may not be as skilled or brave as the rest of the crew, but he can still kick ass.
- Butt-Monkey: Not even the Zangyack think he's worth their time. Subverted in this case as that lead to the "The Strongest Man in Space"'s downfall.
- And even in Gai's fantasy Gokaiger lineup, he's nonexistent.
- Combat Pragmatist: Once beat some Gormins by making them trip over his grappling hook wire as he was lying down!
- Confusion Fu: He runs on this when he has to fight. Lampshaded in #42 when Joe calls his fighting style "zany".
- Cowardly Lion: As a Running Gag, Don often hides behind other members of the team when threatened. Even Ahim. Possibly lampshaded in #42, where he transforms into Black Lion Rio - but still using his signature fighting style.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: In #42, Ahim reads a womens' magazine from space that says Don was a legendary hero who slew a planet-destroying dragon and disappeared mysteriously. He doesn't remember any of it. Doubly subverted, since while he made up the legendary hero article, he did prove himself worthy of a being a Gokaiger, as seen in #43.
- A Day in the Limelight: In a rather odd example, beyond his focus episodes, there's A Day of One Hero, a direct-to-DVD Mockumentary about Kazuki Shimizu playing Don and how it gets disrupted when a gun is found in his possessions.
- Easy Amnesia: He's apparently a legendary hero, but doesn't remember any of it. When the Gokaiger first met him the told them that the Zangyack Empire destroyed his homeworld because he was too embarrassed to admit that he didn't remember his own past. Turns out to be a subversion, as he fabricated the legendary hero article.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's often called "Doctor" by the rest of his crew. Until Gai joined, his real name was only mentioned once, during the enemy's review of the crew. Lampshaded in episode 18, where Don becomes confused and upset when Gai addresses him by his real name.
- #42 explains it in flashback: the original three hired Don to fix the Galleon's main computer, but the sight of the main cabin in total disarray inspired him to clean up the entire place single-handedly, prepare them an amazing meal, and then fix the computer by pressing a single button. The amazed Gokaigers invite Don to join their crew, but when he starts to give his name Marvelous stuffs a turkey leg in his mouth and declares that he's just gonna call him "Doc" from now on since he's "like a doctor".
- Expy: Maybe a coincidence but his lack of fighting skills and his cowardly demeanor are reminiscent of Ziggy.
- And his fashion sense, general reluctance to fight and title of doctor bring to mind another character.
- He and Marvelous together are basically Simon and Kamina. Or maybe Gimmy and Simon post-Time Skip if ep. 15 is any indication.
- In keeping with the One Piece pattern, personality and skill-wise he's kinda like Usopp, as the weakest member of the crew, although inside the ship he has the roles of Sanji (cooking), Nami (navigation) and Franky (maintenance) all rolled in one.
- Fake Ultimate Hero: Subverted in which he himself made it up, instead of having anyone else do it for him.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He invented the Gokai Galleon Buster, the "team bazooka", pretty much entirely by hand.note
- The flashback to his meeting the group in #42 showed him fixing the Galleon's computer by pressing a single button, his asking the others "Is this the only problem?" had the air of a tech support agent asking "Is the computer plugged in?".
- Goofy Print Underwear: In the flashback in #42, his pants get caught on a nail when he tries to run from Luka; for the record, he wears plaid boxers with an embroidered frog on the seat.
- Guns Akimbo: When he trades his Gokai Saber for another crew member's Gokai Gun.
- I Gave My Word: In #42, flashbacks show how he met the others: Luka came to him (in disguise) to ask for help with the Galleon, but when he realized she was a wanted Space Pirate he panicked and ran. But later that night he tracked down the Galleon, saying that though he's still scared, he promised to fix the ship and he always sees his jobs through to the end.
- Improbable Weapon User: He is really fond of using completely random objects in battle, ranging from pots and pans to a tree branch.
- Lover Tug-of-War: On the receiving end of this, courtesy of Shizuka and Kegalesia. Granted, Kegalesia showed taste for a similar ranger...
- Neat Freak: If the flashback in #42 is anything to go by he is this but to be fair, the Gokai Galleon's crew was living in a Trash of the Titans before he came around.
- Out-of-Character Moment: Played for laughs. In Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie, Gai rescues the crew, but his attempt is rather late. He and Luka beat Gai up until Ahim convinces them to stop. They then proceed to yell at him.
- Real Men Wear Pink: Often wears a pink dress shirt.
- Reluctant Warrior: Was roped into the crew after sorting out the problem with the ship's systems, cleaned up the cabin, and cooked a meal for the original trio.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Sensitive Guy to Marvelous and Joe's Manly Men. (One of two)
- During 199 Hero Great Battle, he's the sensitive guy to Agri's manly man.
- The Smart Guy: One of two. In his case, he's the team engineer.
- Super Speed: Not used in combat and played for laughs. Even if it took him 10 minutes, he managed to clean the entire galleon (Which did not look easy), fix the ship, and prepare a nice meal without breaking a sweat.
- Team Chef: He is the ship's cook. #19 shows that he even tailor-makes his recipes to suit each crew member's needs and tastes.
- Token Good Teammate: As a pacifist, he's less bloodthirsty than the rest of the crew, even Ahim.
- Wrestler in All of Us: And during unmorphed fights for extra badass points!
- Case in point: his Episode 13 usage of the Figure Four Leg Lock on a Goumin... who fittingly enough, taps out. WHOOOOOOO!
- Special mention goes to the fight during episode 11, when he executes a Hurricanrana on a Gormin and lands on his feet (most people simply belly flop.)
Ahim de Famille/Gokai Pink | Actress: Yui Koike
- Abhorrent Admirer: Shares one with Luka with the Admirer being Trinoid #12 - Yatsudenwani in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
- Beware the Nice Ones: She may look sweet but puts up a hell of a fight in battle. She was also prepared to swindle her crewmates out of a large amount of money in order to help a guy who had attempted to kidnap her to pay off his debts.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Ahim's home planet was destroyed by the Zangyack and her parents were burned alive infront of her.
- Deceased Parents Are the Best: Ahim actually watched her parents get killed as her planet was conquered.
- The Ditz: A minor example combined with Cloud Cuckoo Lander. While she's quite competent and sane, she does tend to go off-track on things that regular people find normal (such as high school), given her background as a princess.
- In #40, when flashing back to her first joining the crew, Luka describes Ahim as "my pace", meaning she does things her own way, which makes her seem ditzy when compared to the others.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: Double Subverted. The team was generally anti-heroic, but not her.
- Everything Sounds Sexier in French: Why else would she be called Ahim de Famille.
- Expy: Of Vivi. Both have had their homelands terrorized by evil organizations and are working towards their freedom.
- Guns Akimbo: When she trades her Gokai Saber for another crew member's Gokai Gun.
- And one time firing two guns with one hand. Simultaneously. The SH Figuarts action figure makes this Gokai Pink's exclusive prop.
- The Heart: Emphasized in a Flash Back in #41, where the Gokaiger observe that if she hadn't been around as a balancing influence they'd probably have broken up due to infighting long ago.
- Hidden Depths: The premise of #29.
- Hotter and Sexier: In the Gobusters team-up with her new haircut and gothic dress. Her actress becomes this as well.
- Hope Bringer: Her motivation for joining the Gokaigers was to become this for the survivors of her homeworld.
- Joke Item: The Abare Pink Key Emiri gives her in #29. While it does allow Ahim to transform, it doesn't include any powers.
- Keigo: Which owes to her pronoun of choice.
- Last of Her Kind: Ahim is possibly the last survivor of the Planet Famille, which was destroyed by the Zangyack.
- #41 has confirmed that there are other survivors scattered across the universe, but her entire family is indeed gone.
- The Load: Noteworthy of having already been Defied. As mentioned in earlier tropes, she was useless when first joined the team, but she trained hard into what she became by episode #1.
- Of course, it was averted anyway. While she might have been ineffective in battle, during the rest of their day-to-day lives, her ability to be peacemaker was crucial in keeping the other Gokaigers from killing each other.
- Panty Shot: Before she changes during the fight in Episode 11. No Magic Skirt for this princess.
- Plucky Girl: Flashbacks in #41 show that she wasn't good at anything at first: she got knocked on her butt by the recoil of the Gokai Gun, couldn't lift the Gokai Sabre, flooded the Galleon with suds while doing the laundry, and couldn't even interact with the others due to her sheltered upbringing. Obviously she stuck it out long enough to become the Pretty Princess Powerhouse we know and love.
- Reverse Grip: Only Gokaiger to use it frequently.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: In #41, the Monster of the Week is the Zangyack Imperial Guard who destroyed her homeworld and killed her parents right in front of her. When she sees him, she goes Attack! Attack! Attack!, even throwing Joe and Gai aside when they try to stop her. Later, when she has the others helping her, she gives him a royal beat down with their help, even launching the killing blow with the Gokai Galleon Buster, complete with a And This Is for... speech.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Though she didn't start out as such, her backstory in #41 reveals that she became a pirate in order to get the Zangyack Empire's attention and thus be put on Wanted posters, and thus serve as an example to the survivors of her planet that she was taking a stand against them.
- Spoiled Sweet: She's rich, but extremely kind and gracious.
- Token Good Teammate: In fact, she's the only one who's still recognisably the same person in Gai's vision of the team.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Luka's Tomboy.
- Took a Level in Badass: As shown in episode 41, she wasn't even able to hold a sword or fire a gun when she first asked to join the Gokaigers. Now she's as capable of a fighter as the rest of the team.
- Trademark Favorite Drink: Tea
- You Are Not Alone: She insists on taking on the monster who destroyed her home planet and killed her parents all by herself, but the others assure her of this.
Gai Ikari/Gokai Silver | Actor: Junya Ikeda
- Accidental Misnaming: Is mildly annoyed when Sosuke calls him Yoroi (an alternate reading of his name's kanji, see Meaningful Name).
- The Ace: As all of them are.
- All Your Powers Combined: His Super Mode is formed from the power of the previous Sixth Rangers, and he has the ability to fuse other Ranger Keys together to create combined forms such as Go-On Wings and Gokai Christmas.
- Ascended Fanboy: In and Out universe example. Gai is a fan of Super Sentai, same goes with the actor Junya Ikeda, who is also a big Super Sentai fan. The fanboy part normally shows up anytime he encounters a member of a past Sentai. He actually flips when he is the only one of the team members not to see Gai Yuuki in #28.
- Badass Adorable: His hyperactive fanboy tendencies might have turned some fans off, but watch him and try not to smile any time he geeks out over a previous Sentai member (or even better, his bouncing around singing "Jingle Bells.") Now realize that he can switch from that to absolutely laying waste to the Zangyack so quick it's staggering.
- Badass Boast: His response to Marvelous asking him if he really wants to face the Zangyack. He states he's going to smash the Zangyack and bring peace to the universe. The rest of the Gokaiger are very impressed by the guts it takes to say something like this, as the Zangyack rule most of the universe and took an entire Badass Army of Sentai to beat last time.
- Badass Normal: More or less. He is the only human amongst aliens and while the other Gokaigers have about 34 Ranger Keys each, he only has fifteen Ranger Keys. Interesting to note, he defeated a bunch of gormins and an action commander without using a Gokai Change. (granted he didn't have any other keys but it was still cool.)
- Battlecry: "Let's do it ecstatically!"note
- Butt-Monkey: In the movies (Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie) Gai really gets treated badly by the other Gokaigers, especially in the latter.
- On the side note, he's like this when Don isn't the butt monkey of an episode.
- Big "NO!": He lets one out any time the other Gokaigers mix up Sentai teams, which usually leaves him the odd one out of a full lineup.
- Chrome Champion: He's the third silver ranger in an anniversary series, right up there with Gao Silver and Bouken Silver
- Determinator: It earned him his spot on the Gokai Galleon in #18.
- In #32, he pulls a Big Damn Heroes moment in the mecha battle with a broken arm!
- Dual Wielding: Does this with the Rocket Daggers every time he brings out the Go-On Wings key.
- Early-Bird Cameo: At the end of the 199 Hero Great Battle film.
- Expy: An overeager, hammy and extremely excited metallic colored warrior who wants to join the main team while they are a little wary of recruiting him, and has a different heritage than the main five (an Earthling instead of aliens), just like Genta Umemori (Shinken Gold).
- Finishing Move: Each of his Gokai Spear's modes have a different Final Wave finisher.
- Spear Mode: Gokai Shooting Starnote
- Gun Mode: Gokai Supernovanote
- Anchor Mode: Two variations:
- Gokai Legendream: Gokai Silver summons energy duplicates of Mega Silver, Bouken Silver, Gao Silver, Gosei Knight, the Go-On Wings, and Magi Shine, who fire energy bullets. The bullets turn into Deka Break, Kiba Ranger, Shurikenger, Time Fire, Abare Killer, Dragon Ranger, Shinken Gold, and King Ranger. They each slash the enemy once, followed by Gokai Silver dashing in for a combo slash to finish it off.
- Gokai Legend Crash: Gokai Silver performs a series of slash attacks, accompanied by ghost images of the Sixth Rangers.
- Fusion Dance: A different take on this trope. Gai has a unique ability to merge Ranger Keys together. He's done this with the Go-on Wings keys to make a half and half Ranger. He has done the same with Gokai Green and Red for a Christmas themed Ranger. And his Gold Mode uses the fused keys of the previous fifteen sixth Rangers.
- Genre Savvy: Given that he's a fanboy.
- Episode 20, when Navi gives the next clue. He easily figured out the clue was refering to Gingaman.
- In #22, he shares his savvy-ness by having a bunch of Super Sentai factbooks printed up for the other Gokaigers, so they can find all the mission-critical information easily even if he's not around. However, #31 shows the others haven't been studying, since the answer to Navi's "skateboarding lion" message (Yellow Lion) was in the books, as Gai helpfully points out.
- In #23, he's the only one to question why Goumin show up to help Basco (when Basco is supposedly just as much an enemy of the Zangyack as the Gokaigers are).
- Hot-Blooded: He's very energetic and passionate about everything, pretty much all the time. From takoyaki, to world peace conferences, to grocery shopping. He regularly gets called out on it.
- The Knight Who Says Squee: A given, since he's a Sentai fanboy that gets to be part of one and gets to meet and use the powers of previous teams.
- Large Ham: As to be expected of a Ascended Fanboy.
- Lethal Joke Character: He may be loud and energetic, but don't underestimate him in a fight.
- Meaningful Name: The kanji of his given name can also be read as "Yoroi", meaning "armor", while his surname means "anchor". "Anchor Armor" is exactly what Gold Mode is.
- Mr. Exposition: Provides the Gokaigers with information regarding the Sentai alumni.
- New Transfer Student: As he explained in #40, his parents moved around a lot so he was constantly transferring schools; his determination to talk to everyone he knew despite not being able to stay for long is why he has lots of friends.
- No Sense of Personal Space: Gai has an annoying habit of grabbing onto a fellow Ranger (usually Marvelous or Joe) whenever a guest Sentai warrior appears.
- Real Men Wear Pink: Wears pink trousers and, in the OP sequence, a bright pink shirt.
- Red Baron: Navi referred to him as the "Awesome Silver Man."
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Sensitive Guy to Marvelous and Joe's Manly Men. (One of two)
- Sixth Ranger: To the main team. He also specializes in turning into other Sixth Rangers.
- The Smart Guy: One of two. In his case, he's the Super Sentai expert.
- Squee!: His fanboy side really comes out whenever he meets a member of a past Sentai.
Navi | Voice Actress: Yukari Tamura
- Catchphrase: "I'm not a bird!" and "Let's treasure navigate!"
- The Chew Toy: Regularly manhandled by the Gokaigers, especially Marvelous.
- Circling Birdies: A common side effect of repeated concussive predictions. Sometimes they're even tiny circling Navis!
- Cool Gate: Becomes one after the Greater Powers are finally collected, to lead the Gokaigers to their treasure.
- Feather Fingers: He even has opposable thumbs!◊
- Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Gives one to Don in #43 as he moped for not being able to save Marvelous and the others.
- Gunship Rescue: Just when the Zangyack Fleet was about to annihilate the Earth, Navi shows up in Basco's Free Joker. Bizarrely enough, this act was enough to turn the tide of battle around, since Marvelous and Gai would soon use that to storm the Gigant Horse.
- Mythology Gag: Tends to repeat phrases from past Sentai
- Poke in the Third Eye: Inverted. 'Correct' predictions only come about after some head trauma.
- Shoo Out the Clowns: Right before the final battle with Akidos, Navi went to hide and only came back after he was destroyed. Marvelous even lampshaded it by telling her to find a place to hide before he and Gai rammed the Gigant Horse with the Free Joker.
- Verbal Tic: Kitaneidas' "zoyo" after some predictions.
- All There in the Manual: The official website says that it has vulcans in its helmet, and those silver circles on its "shoulders"note are beam cannons. These only come into play in Dice-O, where GokaiOh's Finishing Move is an Alpha Strike.
- Combining Mecha
- Composite Character: Gao Lion turns into the parts for Shinken GokaiOh, thanks to its red, fire-elemental lion shape matching up with Shinkenger's Shishi Origami. Likewise, the Abaranger power also allows GokaiOh to combine with GoZyuJin.
- Demoted to Extra: The ones that can't be made into toys have only been used once each.
- Subverted in #50, where the team pulls out a bunch of previous one-time powers like the Geki Beasts, Gosei Headders, and Variblune during their fight with the Zangyack invasion fleet.
- Detachment Combat: Most of the Grand Power forms can eject the add-on mecha, which attacks independently for GokaiOh.
- Dragon Rider: Gokaiger vs. Gavan shows Kanzen GokaiOh riding on top of Gavan's own dragon mecha, Denshi Seijuu Dol.
- Elemental Powers
- Evil Twin: The Big Bad of The Flying Ghost Ship has his own GokaiOh, which has a pointer hat, a cape, and a hook in place of its left hand.
- Finishing Move: Gokai Starburstnote
- Mecha Greater Power finishers:
- Magi GokaiOh: Gokai Magi Bindnote
- Deka GokaiOh (1): Gokai Full Blastnote
- Deka GokaiOh (2): Gokai PAT Strikenote
- Gao GokaiOh: Gokai Animal Heartnote
- Shinken GokaiOh: Gokai Samurai Girinote
- Goran GokaiOh: Gokai Hurricane Cassiopeianote
- Hurricane GokaiOh (1): Gokai Mugen Shurikennote
- Hurricane GokaiOh (2): Gokai Furai Attacknote
- GoZyu GokaiOh (1): Gokai Dengeki Drill Spin
- GoZyu GokaiOh (2): Gokai Rex Drill
- Go-On GokaiOh: Gokai Go-On Grand Prixnote
- Kanzen GokaiOh: Gokai Kanzen Burstnote
- Kanzen GokaiOh, Magi Dragon, PAT Striker, Gao Lion, and Furaimaru: Gokai Kanzen Super Burstnote
- Unnamed: In The Flying Ghost Ship, the team uses the appropriate Ranger Keys to summon Variblune, Magi Dragon, PAT Striker, Geki Tiger, and the Dragon Headder, which fly at the enemy.
- Non-mecha Greater Power finishers:
- Gekiranger: Gokai Great Geki-Geki Beastsnote
- Carranger: Gokai Radical Racing Slashnote
- Goseiger: Gokai All Headder Great Chargenote
- Boukenger: Gokai Adventure Drivenote
- GoGo-V (1): Victory Splashnote
- GoGo-V (2): Gokai Prominencenote
- Liveman: Super Big Burstnote
- Dairanger: Gokai GoZyu Kiryoku Bombernote
- Kakuranger: Summons an enlarged version of Ninjaman.
- Changeman: Gokai Power Bazookanote
- Maskman: Gokai Aura Galaxynote
- Dynaman: Gokai Super Dynamitenote
- Jetman: Gokai Jet Phoenixnote
- Mecha Greater Power finishers:
- Flight: Gains the power to fly when using Magiranger or Goranger's Grand Powers.
- Go-On GokaiOh can also fly when Machalcon switches to Hover Mode.
- Humongous Mecha
- Joke Item: Carranger's Great Power is treated this way, at least by Navi.
- Le Parkour: According to the website, Deka GokaiOh can wall-run.
- Mecha Expansion Pack: Several of the Grand Powers provide this, all of which are mecha from past series.
- Magiranger: Magi Dragon
- Dekaranger: PAT Striker
- Gaoranger: Gao Lion (doubles as Shinken GokaiOh)
- Goranger: Variblune
- Hurricaneger: Furaimaru
- Abaranger: The arms of GojyuJin.
- Go-onger: Engine Machalcon
- Nice Hat: Puts it on at the end of the combination sequence. Shinken GokaiOh has a samurai helmet instead.
- And now Furaimaru gives GokaiOh a facemask with wing elements on it's sides. Doubles as a Call-Back since Senpuujin's helmet had the same touch.
- Kanzen Gokaioh gets a larger pirate hat with the swords sticking out each side of the hat.
- One Mecha Army: In the first episode proves capable of obliterating an entire Zangyack fleet in a matter of minutes. Once all the Great Powers are unlocked, it manages to destroy a large portion of a Zangyack fleet bigger than the one from the Legend War by itself, destroying the entire fleet with help from GoZyuJin and the Legend Mecha. To put that in perspective, an entire army of Sentai Mecha had difficulty dealing with the previous fleet and still had to sacrifice their powers to destroy it.
- Our Centaurs Are Different: Gao GokaiOh is a centauroid mecha, and it resembles Gao Kentaurus.
- Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Any Grand Power mecha formation that is introduced in a two-parter becomes this until the next one. However, subverted in later episodes as all the Legend Mecha are summoned quite frequently.
- The summer episodes have the rangers spam nothing but Hurricane Gokai-Oh.
- Travel Cool: The individual Gokai Machines.
- Weapon of Choice
- Anatomy Arsenal
- Arm Cannon: The Power Energy Cannons mounted in the noses of Joe's Gokai Jet and Don's Gokai Racer.
- Chest Blaster: The Gokai Ho, used for the Gokai Star Burst finisher. As Magi or Shinken GokaiOh, it can shoot fire breath from the animal mouth on its chest.
- Power Fist: Kanzen GokaiOh's left hand, which can also shoot the Kanzen Missiles from its fingers, and become a Rocket Punch for its finisher.
- BFS: Two formations, both of which are used for their Finishing Moves:
- Shinken GokaiOh: Summons a Rekka Daizanto.
- Goran GokaiOh: Merges and enlarges the Gokaiken.
- Double Weapon: Shinken GokaiOh docks its two Gokaiken onto a long handle, turning it into a double-ended naginata.
- Dual Wielding: Uses two giant cutlasses called Gokaiken.
- Energy Weapons: A set of eight beam cannons on the shoulders, which are only ever used in Dice-O.
- Fuuma Shuriken: Hurricane GokaiOh with the Shushutto Shuriken Chain.
- Guns Akimbo: Deka GokaiOh uses parts of the Pat Striker as dual guns.
- Point Defenseless: The standard GokaiOh helmet has vulcans.
- This Is a Drill: Two formations:
- GoZyu GokaiOh: Uses GojyuJin's arms to mimic the original AbarenOh finisher.
- Kanzen GokaiOh: The Kanzen Drill.
- Anatomy Arsenal
- Breath Weapon: GoZyuRex's GoZyu Laser.
- Combining Mecha: Combining its arms with GokaiOh can form GoZyu GokaiOh, the true manifestation of the Abaranger Great Power. It can also combine with GokaiOh and Machalcon to form Kanzen (Complete) GokaiOh.
- Composite Character: Represents the Grand Powers of Timeranger, Zyuranger, and Abaranger all by itself.
- Finishing Move: GoZyu Triple Drill Dreamnote
- Homage: GoZyuRex borrows heavily from Godzilla, just like Dragon Caesar.
- Its tail drill is pure Dragon Caesar, but its body shape is much more like that of the Tyrannosaurus Shugoju.
- One Mecha Army: Manages to, along with Gokai-Oh and the Legend Mecha, completely destroy a Zangyack invasion fleet bigger than the one from the Legend War, which took an entire army of Sentai Mecha and then the Super Sentai sacrificing their powers to destroy.
- Power Gives You Wings: GoZyuJin gains the Mega Winger's wings through the Megaranger's Greater Power.
- Time Travel: It travels back in time from the year 3000 every time Gokai Silver needs it. In the Timeranger tribute episode, Domon tells them to use the Time Yellow Key, which lets them go back one year to the timeframe of Epic on Ginmaku.
- Transforming Mecha: A three-way transformer.
- Weapon of Choice
Engine Machalcon | Voice Actor: Hiroaki HirataEngine no. 13, the son of Speedor and BearRV. A hybrid of a falcon and an F1 racecar, he ultimately helps the Gokaigers completely unlock the Go-Onger Greater Power. He also combines with both GokaiOh and GoZyuJin using the Gokaigers' own Greater Power into Kanzen (Complete) GokaiOh.
- Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: The reason for his behavior on Engine World.
- Original Generation: To the other Engines. Contrast with the other Legend Mecha, which more or less returned (or were Expies of) from their original series.
- Our Centaurs Are Different: When combined with GokaiOh into Go-On GokaiOh.
- Spin-Offspring: Of Speedor and BearRV. Don't think too hard about it.
Space Empire Zangyack
Emperor Akudos Gill | Voice Actor: Shinji Ogawa
- Authority Equals Asskicking: He manages to completely fend off Marvelous and Gai's attacks at the same time while sitting down. It takes Gai using Gold Mode to force him out of his chair. Obviously you don't get to be the Zangyack Emperor for nothing.
- Big Bad: The ruler of the Zangyack Empire and the driving force behind its incursionsa cross the galaxy, though it takes him until #41 to fully step into the role.
- Boring, but Practical: He doesn't have any amazing fancy abilities — just a Sword Beam, fireball launchers in his shoulders, and excellent sword skills. He still gives the Gokaiger quite a run for their money.
- Death of a Thousand Cuts: What his demise amounts to. He can shrug off most of the Gokaiger's attacks easily, even Finishing Moves, but they just keep up the onslaught until he finally gets worn down enough to finish off.
- The Emperor: The ruler of the Zangyack Empire.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He was genuinely upset when his son is killed, as shown during his arrival in #41. There is even a memorial portrait of Warz Gill, when Akudos announces his plans of avenging him.
- Evil Laugh: Gives a pretty epic one in #50.
- Famous Last Words: "Damn you, space pirates!!"
- Foreshadowing: The Zangyack coat-of-arms has his visage. In #34 we get a close-up of what Zagin bills look like, which also have his face on them. Warz's flashback in #37 shows him on screen, though obscured by lighting, for the first time.
- Four-Star Badass: In the finale, he finally gets off his throne...and proceeds to beat down Marvelous and Gai in Gold Mode.
- Galactic Conqueror: Pretty much rules most of the universe at this point.
- Greater-Scope Villain: For the first two-thirds, when his son is the one leading the Earth invasion. He later steps into the role of Big Bad when his son is killed.
- Knight of Cerebus: A stark contrast to his son, he's serious, very cunning, and quite frightening to look at.
- Last Villain Stand: After the Gokaiger destroy the rest of his fleet, The Dragon, and his flagship (with him in it), he challenges the Gokaigers to one final battle.
- Orcus on His Throne: All he's done so far are give orders. Gets up during the finale.
- Of course, during the finale, he easily deflects Marvelous and Gai's attacks at the same time while he's still sitting on his throne.
- Rasputinian Death: He survives: Being trapped in the Gigant Horse as it blows up; being pinned to the main console as it blows up; getting hit by a Gokai Supernova & Slash; getting hit with the powers of every single Super Sentai plus a Gokai Legend Crash; an attack by the six Gokaiger all in Super Modes; and a brand-new Final Wave, the Gokai Shooting Slash. After all that, it takes the team literally shoving the Galleon Buster into his gut and firing it point-blank to kill him. You can definitely understand why they didn't think he was gone at first.
- Slouch of Villainy
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: The Gokaigers lay the beatdown on him using an assortment of keys from practically all the Super Sentai teams, before being finally finished off with a point-blank Gokai Rising Strike.
- [Villainous Breakdown: [spoiler:Begins to undergo this when the final battle begins to turn against him, but really undergoes this after Gokai Silver slices his sword in half.]]
- This Cannot Be!: "Impossible! I am the ruler of all the universe, the Zangyack Emperor, Akudos Gill!" Marvelous' response: "You can whine about it to your son in the afterlife!"
- Wrecked Weapon: Gai's Legendary Crush breaks his sword in half.
- You Have Failed Me: His first action upon taking command is to have Damaras beaten and imprisoned for failing to protect Warz Gill.
Warz Gill | Voice Actor: Hirofumi Nojima
- Alien Blood: His is blue.
- Bad Boss: Just like his father, he often hits and kicks the Gormin when something goes wrong.
- He is also not above using suicide bombers or turning Sid Bamick into a cyborg.
- Big Bad: Until his demise in #38.
- Blue Blood: Figuratively and literally, as we learn in episode 11 after getting shot by Captain Marvelous.
- Dirty Coward: He gets shot once and runs crying. Gets better in the end.
- Disc-One Final Boss: Starts off as the Big Bad, but gets killed two thirds of the way through.
- Eye Beams: The trailers for Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen show that he has these.
- General Failure: One gets the very strong impression his position is purely because he's the Zangyack Emperor's son. He proves this wrong occasionally, however, as he is capable of conceiving of brilliant plans later in the series.
- Humongous Mecha: Gets one called Great Warz as a gift from his father in #37. It lasts up until its destruction in #38.
- Killed Off for Real: In #38. And in case you aren't convinced, the next episode's first scene is of a front page in a space newspaper with the headline reading in big bold letters that he's dead.
- Laughably Evil: While he can get some nasty plans that even makes Damaras disgusted, he still can't escape from his childish, sometimes hilarious, antics.
- Minor Injury Overreaction: In #11, his bicep gets grazed by a shot from Marvelous and starts getting hysterical. Not much of a surprise, really...
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: In #37, his dad sends him the Great Warz. He instantly tells Damaras off, having been aware the entire time Damaras was playing babysitter for him and playing dumb. He then successfully lures the Gokaiger into his trap and proceeds to effortlessly curbstomp them with the Great Warz. Even more impressive, he'd memorized Machalcon's attacks and dodged them!
- Obfuscating Stupidity: #37 reveals he was playing dumb at least part of the time, as he knew Damaras was sent by his dad to be his babysitter. Considering he effectively lures the Gokaigers into a trap and had the foresight to prepare for Machalcon's attacks in preperation for the battle once he actually had the power to do something about it, he might not be nearly as stupid as he seemed...
- Overlord Jr.: The son of The Emperor of Zangyack.
- Pet the Dog: Flips his shit when Barizorg is killed, and when battling the Gokaigers who just unlocked their Super Mode, one of his thoughts is for his henchman Barizorg. This kind of mirrors Barizorg's own Undying Loyalty to him.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: He flies into one after Barizorg is killed. Unfortunately for him, it leads to his demise.
- Smug Snake: Deliberately turns down an intelligent strategy in episode 9 purely to massage his own ego.
- Spoiled Brat: He behaves like an angry five year old when he doesn't get his way.
Damaras | Voice Actor: Kouji Ishii
- Authority Equals Asskicking: Now that he finally fight on the battlefield directly, he shows why he is the commander of the Zangyack army by owning both Basco in his true form and all the Gokaigers.
- Avenging the Villain: His goal before his death.
- Breaking the Bonds: He was a prisoner until #42, as soon as he was given by the emperor a second chance at the Gokaigers' heads, he not only does this, but destroys his cell as well. In other words, he could break out any time he wanted to.
- The Comically Serious: not really prominent, but there was episode 24, where he's left in charge of the air-headed Monster of the Week...and let's not even get to his singing voice.
- Commander Contrarian: Ultimately subverted; while Warz (and the audience) suspected Damaras thanks to his actions in several episodes, he really was loyal and acted out of concern for Warz's well-being.
- Cool Sword: Has one, which suspiciously looks like Kamen Rider OOO's Medalijabur.
- The Dragon: He's Warz Gill's second-in-command and "babysitter".
- Dragon-in-Chief: Damaras is far more competent than Warz Gill, who frequently ignores his useful advice.
- Even Evil Has Standards: He's genuinely disgusted by Warz Gill's plan to use an action commander as a suicide bomb in episode 17.
- Evil Laugh: Only gets to do it one time, and it's a short one, but it's great.
- Four-Star Badass: He's a Zangyack General and is called "The Strongest Man in Space". In #42, he fights the Gokaiger head-on and proves that he deserves the name.
- Gatling Good: Attached to his Badass Cape; it's more of a coat he wears as a cape and the guns are in the dangling sleeves.
- Never Got to Say Goodbye: A variation. Warz dies believing that Damaras hated him and thought him a fool; it turns out he was wrong and Damaras was loyal, but Warz never gave him the chance to explain.
- Only Sane Man: He's the only one among the Zangyack command who seems to be taking the conquest of Earth seriously and often calls Warz Gill's plans out for being stupid.
- Rasputinian Death: Both times! The first time he gets hit by a Final Wave from Gokai Red and Gokai Green, a Red Charge Rising Strike, and then a Green Charge Rising Strike. After growing to giant size, he gets hit by the individual attacks of each of the Legend Mecha and then with the Gokai Kanzen Super Burst. For the record, just the last one would probably normally be considered overkill!
- Red Baron: Known as the "Strongest High Ranked Soldier".
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: In #42, he's given the chance to get revenge for Warz Gill's death. The first thing he does is track down Basco and (after kicking his ass) tell him "You're going to help me get those pirates or else". The second thing he does is completely and totally own all six Gokaiger at the same time. The episode ends with him dragging Marvelous off, saying that he'll suffer a thousand times the humiliation Damaras suffered for Warz's death.
- Sword Beam: Seems to be his main method of attack.
Insarn | Voice Actress: Kikuko Inoue
- Abhorrent Admirer: Becomes this towards Kyousuke Jinnai in episode 14
- Dark Chick: The quirkiest and only notable female out of Zangyack's Earth invasion force.
- Evil Genius: She's Zangyack's resident Mad Scientist and technological expert.
- Make My Monster Grow: She invented the Monster Grower machine. Ironically, she doesn't have this happen to her, using a giant mecha first, then facing the Gokaigers personally after it's destroyed. She just gets destroyed by the Gokaigers but isn't grown.
- The Smurfette Principle: She's only female of the Gigant Horse crew.
Jealouso | Voice Actor: Takahiro Sakurai
- Animal Motifs: Sea slugs.
- Ascended Extra: While he's not the only Sentai Monster turned good to appear in Gokaiger vs Gavan, and Yatsudenwani also appears in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs Gokaiger, he's the only Gokaiger minor villain to appear in Super Animal War.
- Ascended Fanboy: If Super Animal War is to be believed, he's become a fan of sentai - having bought the DVDs for the previous 39 seasons.
- Expy: Of President Gynamo from Gekisou Sentai Carranger - having feelings for the main female villain who falls for the Red Racer, and later on, pulls a HeelFace Turn and finds work in the food industry. Fittingly enough, he makes his debut in the Carranger tribute episode.
- HeelFace Turn: After Insarn orders him to be thrown out with the rest of the garbage, he loses respect for her and leaves the Zangyak Empire. Unlike other examples of this trope in Sentai, he actually seems to be on good terms with the Gokaigers, if the events of Gobusters vs Gokaiger are any indication.
- Meaningful Name: His name is a play on "Jealousy".
- Made of Iron: He survives a fight against the Shinken Gokaioh. Granted, he loses, but he does live.
- Odd Friendship: According to Super Animal War, he gets along with Aka Red.
Barizorg | Voice Actor: Gaku Shindo
- Brainwashed and Crazy: He was converted into an obedient cyborg after rebelling against Zangyack.
- The Brute: The powerhouse of the Earth invasion force though, unusual for this trope, he never really fights much, due to being Warz Gill's bodyguard.
- Catchphrase: "Yes, Boss."
- Cool Sword: A nasty-looking three-bladed one, too.
- Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: He's actually a brainwashed cyborg created from Joe's friend Sid.
- Evil Former Friend: Sid was Joe's mentor and friend when both were still a part of Zangyack.
- Fate Worse than Death: Sid's transformation was revealed to be irreversible in #30.
- Killed Off for Real: Finally killed off in #38, by Joe, freeing Sid's spirit.
- Master Swordsman
- Mercy Kill: Joe vows to defeat Barizorg both to annihilate the abomination that was once his friend and to end Sid's suffering.
- Was Once a Man: [[spoiler:Used to be Joe's friend Sid before being forcibly converted into a cyborg.
- Yes-Man: To the point in which his catchphrase is "Yes, Boss."
Dogormin, Sugormin and Gormin
- Elite Mooks: The Sugormin, being stronger than the Gormin and serving as officers for them.
- Mecha-Mooks: The Gormin are semi-sentient robots
- Praetorian Guard: The Dogormin are bodyguards to the Zangyack Emperor himself and are stronger than the average Action Commander.
- Transforming Mecha: Sugormin turn into combat aircraft, and as of #9, bikes.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: Dogormin are basically Sugormin colored red and with functioning hands. Naturally they're more powerful.
- Real Life Writes the Plot: The reason you only ever see three Sugormin at once (except in scenes that use greenscreening) is because Toei only had three suits made. The same is apparently true for the Dogormin, who only appear in pairs.
- The Dragon: To Akudos Gill. Starts off as Co-Dragons with Zatsurig for one episode. Zatsurig is killed shortly afterwards, leaving Dailando as the remaining Dragon, a position that is further solidified after Damaras bites it.
- Drop the Hammer: Dyrandoh like anything.
- Gratuitous English: Has a habit of saying phrases in .
- Informed Ability: Dyrandoh is supposedly more powerful than Zatsurig, but hasn't really done anything to prove it save for his hammer.
- He spends the final episode facing off with Joe, Don, Luka and Ahim and though he puts up a good fight he still goes down with even less of a fight than Zatsurig did.
- Smug Snake: Both him and Zatsurig are pretty smug.
- Verbal Tic: Dyrandoh's "choichoichoi" borders on this.
- Villainous Breakdown: Dyrandoh's cheery Smug Snake persona finally slips after the Gokaigers return and utterly demolish his army, leaving him dumbfounded as to where their newfound power comes from and actually cursing them.
- Attack Its Weak Point: Zatsurig's third eye is the source of his powers.
- Eye Scream: The Gokaigers decided that, if they ever stand a chance against Zatsurig, they have to destroy the source of his powers first.
- A God Am I: Zatsurig claims to be viewed as a "God of Destruction" throughout the universe.
- Squishy Wizard: Zatsurig. While he was able to destroy entire planets, once his third eye was destroyed, he proved no match for the Gokaigers.
- Superpower Lottery: Zatsurig has an eye on his chest that grants him Game-Breaker powers.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Zatsurig's third eye had a multitude of destructive abilities which enable him to overwhelm his enemies and destroy entire worlds. However, he wasn't very skilled at hand-to-hand combat. Once the Gokaigers took out his eye, he was easy pickings for their Gokai changes.
- You Destroyed My Planet: Zatsurig was responsible for the destruction of Ahim's homeworld. Upon first seeing him, she attacked him in a blind rage, but failed. It was with the help of the other Gokaigers that she was finally able to avenge her planet and family.
Basco ta Jolokia | Actor: Kei Hosogai
- Alien Blood: It's green.
- Badass Normal: As shown in episode 20, he can fight evenly with a transformed Marvelous without the Ranger Keys.
- Turns out he's not so normal in episode 31. His true form is a monstrous body covered in red armor, with enough power to own the Gokaigers singlehandedly.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Is a very big threat on his own, but the Zangyack Empire is still the biggest threat around. Even after he breaks ties with them, he's still defeated before they are. Meta-wise, it's subverted, where Basco is also a highly competent Knight of Cerebus, so the threat he gives out feels bigger as the Gokaiger usually treats other Zangyack Action Commanders like "Nothing special".
- Breaking Speech: In #48, he tells Marvelous that Aka Red didn't care about the Greatest Treasure in the Universe, he just wanted to give the Ranger powers back to the Earthlings so they could protect that Insignificant Little Blue Planet, and he risked their lives to do so. He says "I didn't betray the Red Pirates, it was Aka Red who was going to betray us from the start. Marvelous retorts that he doesn't care; he's a Gokaiger, and anyone who gets in the way of their dreams is going down — even if it's Aka Red.
- Catchphrase: Tends to say "Yoroshikuu~!" and "Jaa ne!" to our heroes a lot - it helps that Kei Hosogai's Surprisingly Good English tends to leak into his Japanese accent, making his delivery stand out more. Also, whenever the Gokaigers (normally Marvelous) say they are going to defeat him, he responds with "Dekiru ka nā?" ("I wonder if you can?").
- Usually right before a victory (for him) or a turning point in his favor: "In order to get something, you have to give something up."
- Kei Hosogai's Surprisingly Good English is actually not so surprising, because he spent most of his childhood in Washington State (including graduating from high school there), with a few years spent in Hawaii as well.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Betrays AkaRed and the Red Pirates, and will probably betray everyone else for his own gain. He also betrays and literally backstabs Damaras, which contributes to the latter's demise and also severing his ties with the Zangyack.
- In #47, he betrays his only friend left, Sally.
- Combat Pragmatist: He himself states that he doesn't like playing by the rules.
- The Dandy: While all the space pirates have a unique sense of fashion, the hat and feathers make Basco look a little flouncy even compared to the others. Also, while he isn't exactly averse to a battle, he does tend to let Sally and the droids do most of the heavy lifting.
- Elemental Powers: What his Giant Battle Pseudo-Lifeforms are based on. In chronological order:
- Enemy Summoner: He can creates clones of any ranger with his trumpet by using their Ranger Keys.
- Equivalent Exchange: His personal philosophy is "You can't gain something without giving something else up". He gave up his friends in the Red Pirates in order to work with Zangyack, and later sacrificed Sally in order to steal the Galleon, Ranger Keys, and Navi.
- Evil Counterpart: He's pretty much Marvelous without morality, honor, or trust in anyone.
- Evil Former Friend: To Marvelous - he betrayed the Red Pirates to the Zangyack.
- Expy: Through his fighting style, near trolling tendencies and the nature of the show, it's easy to say he's one to Kaitou/Kamen Rider Diend. However, unlike Daiki, he's quite devoid of redeeming qualities.
- Faux Affably Evil: He may show empathy in his mannerisms, as well as him using the pet name "Marvey-chan" for Marvelous. But trust us, Basco's anything BUT a nice guy.
- Fifth Ranger: To the Four Man Band, as well as being able to literally summon Sixth Rangers.
- Gotta Catch Them All: He succeeded in finding the Sixth Ranger keys that the Gokaigers were missing. He also has the Extra Hero keys as well. He's now attempting to track down the Great Powers as well (he has about five that we know of).
- Go Out with a Smile: When his betrayal of Sally backfires fatally, he has a moment of shock - and then can't stop himself grinning.
- Human Aliens: Subverted. His true form is a Zangyack-like monster.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: In his final duel with Marvelous, what ends up saving Marvelous's life is... a piece of the bomb necklace that he had put on Sally as part of The Plan in the previous episode. Granted that Basco was already pretty much dead at that point, but it prevented the Goukaiger's victory from turning pyrrhic.
- Marvelous used Basco's own sword to pin him down for the final blow as well.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: After losing his keys to the Gokaigers a second time, he reveals his true form, a form that, according to his claims, scared even Akared. There's a reason why he had a 3 million Zagin bounty on his head, and it's not because he cooked meals for the Red Pirates.
- Instrument of Murder: Basco has a trumpet that when played with Ranger Keys set, can summon those keys as mindless evil copies of those rangers. The trumpet is also capable of stealing the Ultimate Power from past Sentai who carry it.
- Invincible Villain: Whenever it looks like the Gokaiger have him against the wall, he finds some way out of it. Marv has to pull a borderline Taking You with Me stunt to finish him off.
- It's All About Me: This pretty much defines him. He's willing to do just about anything to get what he wants.
- I Have Your Comrades: Holds Joe, Don, Ahim and Luka hostage for the Ranger Keys.
- Karmic Death: He made a habit of betraying everyone who ever worked with him...And both his attempts to kill Marvelous were thwarted due to Sally betraying him, allowing Marvelous to finish him off.
- Knight of Cerebus: He's the first villain to truly give the Gokaigers a hard time, and he's more brutal and underhanded than anything the Zangyack had thrown at the Gokaigers so far. So, plots that involve him have a higher degree of seriousness than the ones where the pirates go against the Zangyack.
- Lack of Empathy: Has absolutely no compassion for anyone except himself.
- #39, however, shows he does have some degree of sympathy towards Sally, when he saves it from being finished off by Gokai Red and Gokai Silver. Though that may have simply been Pragmatic Villainy, considering he can't summon his Monsters of the Week without her.
- #47 confirms the latter, where he flat-out blows up Sally in a Batman Gambit.
- Marionette Master: Can summon the physical forms of the past Sixth Rangers.
- No Body Left Behind: After being killed by Marvelous, his body vanishes into red smoke.
- Near-Villain Victory: Manages to defeat the Gokaiger, steal all their Ranger Keys, steal their home base, and come very close to getting the Greatest Treasure In The Universe. If it weren't for Navi delaying him and alerting the Gokaigers to his location, he would've won.
- Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction for the first time when his Gokaiger Ranger Key clones are revealed to be the real ones, now with their guns pointed right at him. He has another one later on when Marvelous turns out to be alive, meaning he's not only dead, he failed to take Marvelous with him.
- One-Winged Angel: Reveals that he can transform into an armoured creature not unlike the Zangyack, and utterly curb stomps the Gokaigers
- Pet the Dog: Shows concern for Sally and even blocks a Final Wave meant for him/her/it. Though it's also quite possible he still needs her for his Monsters of the Week. Horrifically subverted when he blows her up in episode 47 without any remorse whatsoever.
- Pragmatic Villainy:
- Refuses to kill the Gokaigers, not because he cares about them, but because it will be a lot easier to get all the Ultimate Powers from them than it would be to hunt down the different Sentai teams one by one. This results in a very interesting situation in episodes 42-43, wherein Sally actually quickly grabs them away from the explosion that allegedly consumed them, and he literally backstabs Damaras. This is also because he needs the Gokaigers alive in order to steal the Ultimate Powers they've already obtained.
- This may also be the reason he protects Sally, without her he can't summon his Monsters of the Week. Confirmed in #47 when she runs out. She instantly becomes expendable.
- Privateer: Works as one for the Zangyack empire, pirating on its enemies to avoid a bounty.
- Punny Name: His name comes from Tabasco (hot sauce) and the Bhut Jolokia (one of the hottest chili peppers in the world.) Possibly also a reference to privateer/explorer Vasco da Gama.
- Psycho for Hire: While he is working for the Zangyack for the reward, it's also very clear that he's having a blast doing it.
- Selfish Evil: In-Universe, this is pretty much his creed, he's willing to do absolutely anything to get what he wants, from betraying his own teammates on a regular basis, threaten to kill children, and even killing the closest thing he had to a Morality Pet in coldblood. He rather gleefully admits he's this whenever he gets the chance.
- Smug Smiler: Constantly wears an arrogant, smarmy smile on his face. He DIES wearing it.
- The Sociopath: Fits this perfectly.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Even with the large letter "B" on his coat of arms, Bandai and Toei romanize his name as "Vasco."
- Sword and Gun: Just as the Gokaigers have their Gokai Saber and Gokai Gun, Basco has this combination as well with his CariBlade cutlass and the CariBlaster gun.
- This Is Unforgivable!: His treatment and cold blooded murder of Sally got this reaction from the Gokaigers.
- Troll: He just loves messing with Marvelous. As expected for the Diend Expy.
- The Worf Effect: Gets utterly curbstomped by Damaras in #42 to show off the latter's power.
- Would Hurt a Child: Has absolutely no qualms about threatening a child's life in an attempt to force Matsuri Tatsumi to hand over her Great Power. And he was entirely willing to go through with it if Ahim hadn't switched places with Matsuri to trick him.
- Again in #39, where he plants bombs throughout Moroboshi High School and threatens to blow the building up unless Kenta hands over Megaranger's Grand Power. The Gokaigers, with the help of the students, manage to stop it.
- Xanatos Gambit: You defeat his Sixth Ranger Keys? He has more. You defeat those? He still has spare Ranger Keys. You beat those? He's got a monster form and demonstrates his power. Betray him? He's planted a bomb on you. Just about anytime something seems to weaken him, he's got some kind of backup plan. Marvelous had to use Sally's Macguffin to make sure Basco would die and he'd come out alive.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Subverted. After the Gokaigers destroy his last two Pseudo-Lifeforms, he instantly tells Sally that now that she's out of their Monsters of the Week, she's no longer worth keeping around, opening fire on her pointblank. It turns out this was a Batman Gambit to try and get the Gokaiger's Ranger Keys. Double Subverted when its revealed his backup plan involved blowing her up to wound Marvelous.
- Cymbal-Banging Monkey
- Enemy Summoner: Can summon monsters called "Giant Battle Pseudo-Lifeforms" (based on different elements.)
- Everything's Better with Monkeys: Or worse...
- Heroic Sacrifice: In a Death Equals Redemption moment, she stuffs the bomb that Basco planted on her chest compartment when Marvelous tried to pull it off of her, containing the blast enough to save his life.
- Morality Pet: to Basco. Until he eventually blows her up without any remorse.
- Spanner in the Works: In Gokaiger vs. Gavan, Basco's fight against the Go-Busters is foiled when Sally decides she'd much rather sit around and eat.
- Strong as They Need to Be: Sally slides back and forth from easily dispatched comic relief monster, to an impassable wall that keeps Marvelous from getting to Basco.
Returning CharactersPlease note that only tropes regarding their appearance in Gokaiger go here. For tropes specific to the character in general or their series, go to the appropriate pages.
Aka Red | Voice Actor: Toru Furuya
The spirit of the Red Warriors who appeared in Boukenger VS Super Sentai. First appears in episode 2 in a flashback where it is shown that he gave Captain Marvelous the chest containing the Ranger Keys and Navi before running off to fight the Zangyack, implying that he died in battle. It is later revealed he was captain of the Red Pirates, searching for the Ranger Keys across the universe with Marvelous and Basco under his wing.
- Ascended Extra: In his debut of Gogo Sentai Boukenger vs. Super Sentai, he was simply there for the hell of it. Here? He's actually important to the plot.
- Back for the Finale: Shows up to Marvelous in a voiceless cameo, after giving back the Ranger Keys to their rightful owners.
- Gotta Catch Them All: Was on a journey to retrieve all of the Ranger Keys.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Stayed behind to ensure Marvelous would keep the Keys safe from Basco and the Zangyack.
Tsuyoshi Kaijo/Aka Ranger | Actor: Naoya MakotoLeader of the Gorangers. Appears in episode 1 in-suit, and both in and out of suit in 199 Heroes. He also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key and transforming into his former Ranger identity.
Kai Ozu/Magi Red | Actor: Atsushi HashimotoLeader of the Magirangers, the Magician of the Red. First appears at the end of episode 2 and then in episode 3, where he tests Marvelous and Don's courage. After passing, Kai accepts the Gokaigers as worthy users of the Magiranger's power.
- Continuity Nod: His hair maintains the red streaks from the end of Magiranger.
Houka Ozu/Magi Pink | Actress: Ayumi BeppuKai's older sister and member of the Magirangers, the Magician of the Pink. Appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining her Ranger Key.
Yuka Yamazaki | Actress: Kaoru HirataKai's Love Interest. Appears in episode 50.
- Continuity Nod: Still has the Magi Red plush doll that she made back in Magiranger.
Banban "Ban" Akaza/Deka Red | Actor: Ryuuji SaineiLeader of the Dekaranger's earth branch until his promotion to the Fire Squad in the Dekarange finale. Appears at the end of episode 5 to clear the Gokaigers of the Zangyack's charges of piracy on them.
- Anime Hair: Surprisingly averted this time around, as his hair is no longer spiky.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Although he clears them of piracy charges, he warns them that should they abuse the Dekaranger powers, he won't show as much mercy as Doggie did.
- The Cameo: His appearance is very brief compared to the other red rangers and Doggie teaches the Gokaiger An Aesop instead of him.
Marika "Jasmine" Reimon/Deka Yellow | Actress: Ayumi KinoshitaAn ESPer and an officer of the SPD earth branch. Appears at the beginning of episode 5 to arrest Captain Marvelous for his crimes of piracy. However, he escapes, at which point, Jasmine contacts Doggie Kruger.
- Fair Cop: Still looks as good as she did in the original series. Marvelous even takes the time to call her "pretty" while escaping from the police station.
Koume "Umeko" Koudou/Deka Pink | Actress: Mika KikuchiJasmine's main partner in SPD. Appears in 199 Heroes, along with their Team Pet, Murphy.
Doggie "Boss" Kruger/Deka Master | Voice Actor: Tetsu InadaCommander of the SPD's earth unit. Appears in episode 5 to apprehend Marvelous. At first, Kruger does not trust Marvelous, but after he saves him from Buramudo when he was injured saving Marvelous, Kruger sees him as an honorable warrior, lets Marvelous go and accepts the Gokaigers as worthy users of the Dekaranger's power. He also makes two more appearances: a voiceless cameo in 199 Heroes, during the Black Cross King's speech, and in the end credits of the final episode, where he salutes the Gokaigers alongside Signalman after regaining his Ranger Key.
Jan Kandou/Geki Red | Actor: Hiroki SuzukiUnofficial leader of the Gekirangers, the "Unbreakable Body". Appears in episode 7, where he is seen teaching kenpo to a group of young students at a park. When Don and Ahim come across him, Ahim asks him to teach her his ways, to which he accepts. When asked to join, Don at first declines, but after realizing how strong the other 3 Gokaigers are, he decides to join Ahim. After the two get a distress call, Jan tells the two that their training is over. Before leaving, Don and Ahim are told by one of the students of Jan's tenure as Geki Red and how he was raised by tigers.
- Actually, I Am Him: Don and Ahim train under him yet did not know his true identity until told by Jan's students.
- Crunchtastic: Still uses his "Jan-ish" words. Most notably "Nikiniki" and "Wakiwaki".
- Mythology Gag: He's still got Long around his neck.
Master Sha-Fu | Voice Actor: Ichirō NagaiThe Gekiranger's mentor, Grand Master of the Geki Jū Felis-Ken and leader of the Seven Kensai. Appears at the end of episode 7 to ask Jan if there was any more he wanted to teach the Gokaigers, to which he says they'll be able to learn the rest on their own.
Kakeru Shishi/Gao Red | Actor: Noboru KanekoLeader of the Gaorangers. Appears in episode 9, where he tells the Gokaigers that his former Power Animal partner, Gao Lion, will not ally itself with a group of pirates. After tending to Ahim's injuries from the Zangyack's attack, Kakeru reveals his Gao Red identity to her and Don. After the Gokaigers defeat Bowser, Gao Lion accepts the Gokaigers as heroes and joins forces with them. At the end, Kakeru wishes his old partner luck in the upcoming battles against the Zangyack.
- Call to Agriculture: Inverted. Kakeru was a veterinarian well before the events of Gaoranger, and merely went back to that life.
Gao LionThe original Gao Lion, Gao Red's Power Animal partner, who fought alongside the Gaorangers. After the Gokaigers stumble across him, he is at first hostile to them, until they prove themselves and he decides to lend them his power. He combines with GokaiOh to become GaoGokaiOh, a formation similar to GaoKentaurus, and then later recieves the ability to form ShinkenGokaiOh, similar to ShinkenOh, from the Shinkenger Ranger Keys.
- Composite Character: He doubles as the mecha representative for both Gaoranger and Shinkenger, subbing in for Shishi Origami from the latter.
Tani Chiaki/Shinken Green | Actor: Shogo SuzukiThe Samurai of Wood. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes during the Legend War.
Genta Umemori/Shinken Gold | Actor: Keisuke SohmaThe Samurai of Light and Sixth Ranger to the Shinkengers. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes during the Legend War.
Kaoru Shiba/Lady Shinken Red | Actor: Runa NatsuiThe 18th head of the Shiba Clan and the Samurai of Fire. Appears in episodes 11 & 12, where she demands that the Gokaigers return the Shinkenger Keys, willing to fight for them if she has to. However, after seeing the teamwork and bond the Gokaigers share, she changes her mind and gives to Joe a Double Hiden Disk.
- Cute Bruiser: Hasn't lost her edge even after stepping down. Heck, if anything she's become slightly more arrogant.
- Honor Before Reason: Prevents Tanba from stealing back the Shinkenger keys despite the fact that the Gokaigers are sleeping and the chest to Ranger Keys are within reach.
- Weapon of Choice
Tanba Toshizo | Actor: Kazuyuki MatsuzawaKaoru's retainer, who speaks highly of her and denounces anyone who he feels is being rude to her.
- Jerkass: His temperament has not changed at all since Shinkenger.
Kyousuke Jinnai/Red Racer | Actor: Yuji KishiLeader of the Carrangers. Appears in episode 14, where after the Legend War, he became an actor, doing shows to teach children about traffic safety. He has a hard time getting the interests of the audience with only himself, so he asks the Gokaigers for help.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Instead of letting his ranger image vanish alone, Kyousuke instead slaps it down.
- Butt-Monkey: Even Navi says the Carrangers' powers are useless!
- Large Ham: He turns traffic safety into an all-out melodrama.
- Love Triangle: Finds himself caught up in one between Insarn and Action Commander Jellacit.
- Medium Awareness: Considering which Super Sentai he's from, it's not surprising.
- Mythology Gag: Apparently it doesn't matter what team he's referring to. He'll extend the first syllable of the name anyway.
- Also, a villainess falls in love with him again.
- Older and Wiser: Subverted - he's older, but not much wiser than he was in Carranger.
- Super Speed: Despite not having his Red Racer powers anymore, he is shown to have running powers when the Gokaigers ran away after declining to help with his traffic safety class.
Signalman | Voice Actor: Hochu OtsukaSixth Ranger to the Carrangers, a robotic officer from the Planet Police. Appears during the end credits of the final episode saluting the Gokaigers alongside Doggie Kruger.
- All Your Powers Combined: The Gosei Buster.
- Combination Attack: Two of them:
- Super Sky Land Sea Dynamic
- Miracle Gosei Knight Dynamic
- Fire-Forged Friends: The battle with the Black Cross Army is what makes the Goseigers and the Gokaigers bond.
- Super Mode: Super Goseiger
- Weapon of Choice
Alata/Gosei Red | Actor: Yudai ChibaUnofficial leader of the Goseigers, Gosei Angel of the Skick tribe. Has a voice-only role in Super Hero Taisen.
- Barrier Warrior: The Defenstorm Expand Card.
- Elemental Powers
- Finishing Move: Red Dynamic
- The Leader: Of his team.
- Signature Move: Red Break
- Super Gosei Red: Super Red Break
Eri/Gosei Pink | Actress: Rika SatohGosei Angel of the Skick tribe.
Agri/Gosei Black | Actor: Kyousuke HamaoGosei Angel of the Landick tribe.
- The Big Guy: The strongman of his team.
Moune/Gosei Yellow | Actress: Mikiho NiwaGosei Angel of the Landick tribe.
- Finishing Move: Super Land Dynamic
- Not So Different: Between her and Luka in 199 Heroes, to the point where about half their lines in the movie are Spoken In Unison.
- Signature Move: Yellow Shock
Hyde/Gosei Blue | Actor: Kento OnoGosei Angel of the Seaick tribe.
- Signature Move: Blue Check
- The Smart Guy: Of his team.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: The Camoumirage Focus Card.
Gosei Knight | Voice Actor: Katsuyuki KonishiThe sentient form of Groundion Header. Appears alongside them in 199 Heroes.
- Finishing Move: Knight Dynamic
- Sealed Good in a Can: Seperating him from the Gosei Knight Ranger Key reduced him to his Headder form. Not mecha sized, either, more like palm-sized.
- Fun Size: The end result, especially in the ending, when the Keys are returned to the Gokaiger, the tiny little Groundion Headder is see just flying slowly across the screen, completely at odds with his serious baritone voice.
- Sixth Ranger: Of his team.
Nozomu Amachi | Actor: Sakuya NakamuraFriend of the Goseigers. Appears in 199 Heroes, where he encourages everyone to believe in the Gokaigers and Goseigers during their battle with the Black Cross King.
- Vocal Evolution: You can tell Nozumu's voice has a slightly lower pitch then it was in the series.
Shuichirou Amachi | Actor: Louis Yamada LIIINozomu's father, an astronomer who runs the Amachi Institute. Appears in episode 50.
Banba Soukichi/Big One | Actor: Hiroshi MiyauchiNew leader of the JAKQ, who had a similar experience ten years prior. Appears in 199 Heroes.
Daigoro Oume/Denzi Blue | Actor: Kenji OhbaAn acrobat from Denziman. Appears in 199 Heroes. He also appears in Gokaiger vs. Gavan, where he tells the Gokaigers that using his Ranger Key with the Battle Kenya Key will allow them to enter the Makuu Space Prison.
Kanpei Kuroda/Goggle Black | Actor: Jun'ichi HarutaChess master and second in command of the Goggle Five. Appears in 199 Heroes.
Rei Tachibana/Dyna Pink | Actor: Sayoko HagiwaraLady fencer and inventor seeking to create an animal-communicating device from Dynaman. Appears in 199 Heroes.
Shirou Gou/Red One | Actor: Ryosuke SakamotoLeader of the Biomen, an air force pilot. Appears in 199 Heroes. Also has a voice-only role in Super Hero Taisen, in which he cheers on the Gokaigers, specifically Gai, to stop Silva.
Riki Honoo/Red Turbo | Actor: Kenta SatoLeader of the Turborangers, back then a high school student. Appears in 199 Heroes.
Ryou/Ryuu Ranger | Actor: Keiichi WadaLeader of the Dairangers, descendant of the Dai tribe. Appears in 199 Heroes. He also appears in episode 33 of the series.
- Badass Normal: Is shown to be perfectly capable of kicking Zangyack ass even after losing his powers. He also remembers the Dairangers roll call and can still pull it off.
- Chef of Iron: After losing his Dairanger power, he's simply content to create the world's best gyoza, and even then he's no slouch at combat.
Shoji/Tenma Ranger | Actor: Ei HamuraA former delinquent and member of the Dairangers. Appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key.
Kazu/Kirin Ranger | Actor: Keisuke TsuchiyaA beautician and member of the Dairangers. Appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key.
Satoru Akashi/Bouken Red | Actor: Mitsuomi TakahashiLeader of the Boukengers, the Fiery Adventurer. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes during the Legend War. He also appears in episode 21 of the series, where he asks the Gokaigers to help him look for a Precious called the Heart of Hades.
Sosuke Esumi/Go-On Red | Actor: Yasuhisa FuruharaLeader of the Go-Ongers, the Speed King. Appears in episodes 35 and 36, where he asks the Gokaigers to help him defeat The Remnant of the Gaiark.
- Anime Hair: Like Ban, this was one of his defining traits. And like Ban, it's averted this time around as well.
- Badass Normal: Taking on the Uguts without his powers, which doubles as a Call-Back to the original incident when the Engines picked him to join.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: Not only his hair is still black, like how it was during Shinkenger VS Go-onger, it has mellowed out quite a bit from the Anime Hair it was before.
- Idiot Hero: To the extent that he tries to leap into an interdimensional tear via pole vault and trampoline. Is he making up for Gunpei's absence?
- Older and Wiser: Played with - his shtick of invoking '70s daytime drama behavior is actually carried over from Go-Onger.
Saki Rouyama/Go-On Yellow | Actress: Rina AizawaSweet Angel of the Go-Onger team. Appears (out of suit) in 199 Heroes during the Legend War. She also appears in The Flying Ghost Ship.
Miu Suto/Go-On Silver | Actress: Yumi SugimotoOne of two Sixth Rangers to the Go-Ongers, the Lovely Sensation. Appears in The Flying Ghost Ship. She also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining her Ranger Key.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: Two. She is seen with her hair down in The Flying Ghost Ship, and with a bob in the finale.
Bomper | Voice Actress: Akiko NakagawaA small robot who assisted the Go-Ongers. Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
Speedor | Voice Actor: Daisuke NamikawaAn Engine from the Machine World, partner to Sosuke and one-third of Engine-oh. Father of Machalcon. Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
Bus-on | Voice Actor: Hisao EgawaAnother Engine, partner of Ren, also one-third of Engine-oh. Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
BearRV | Voice Actress: Miki InoueAnother Engine, partner of Saki, also one-third of Engine-Oh. Mother of Machalcon. Appears in episodes 35 and 36.
Yukito Sanjyo/Abare Blue | Actor: Sho TomitaA chiropractor and second in command of the Abarangers. Appears in episode 29 to inform the Gokaigers of a secret property of the Abaranger's greater power.
- The Cameo: Only interacts with the Gokaigers for a single scene; his other two scenes could be easily cut without the episode's plot being affected one bit.
Mikoto Nakadai/Abare Killer | Actor: Kotaro Tanaka11th-Hour Ranger to the Abarangers. Appears in episode 18 in Gai's dream, alongside Dragon Ranger and Time Fire, where he gives him the Gokai Cellular and the Gokai Silver key after approving of the Heroic Sacrifice he did.
Emiri Imanaka-Sanjyo | Actress: Michi NishijimaA former High School student who assisted the Abarangers. Appears in episode 29, where she gives Ahim a homemade Abare Pink Ranger Key.
Goushi/Mammoth Ranger | Actor: Seiju UmonSecond in command and brains of the Zyurangers, a knight of the Sharma Tribe. Appears in episode 50. He also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining his Ranger Key.
- Super Strength: Possibly, considering that it's been 20 years since Zyuranger. He has no trouble lifting massive chunks of debris, and doesn't even break a sweat at it.
Burai/Dragon RangerSixth Ranger to the Zyurangers. Appears (in-suit) in episode 18 in Gai's dream.
Domon/Time Yellow | Actor: Shuhei IzumiFighter, womanizer and an officer of the Time Protection Department. Appears in episode 40, where he sends the Gokaigers on a mission back in time to October 2nd, 2010, to defend a shrine that will be destroyed on that date with claims of a greater power to be obtained there.
- Foreshadowing: The Greater Power he promised the Gokaigers? It wasn't a lie.
- Hologram: The method through which he contacts the Gokaigers.
- Manly Tears of Joy: By the end of episode 40, after looking at the photo sent by Gai.
Naoto Takizawa/Time FireSixth Ranger to the Timerangers. Appears (in-suit) in episode 18 in Gai's dream.
- Back from the Dead: Temporarily to fight in the Legend War.
- Fake Shemp: Appears in-costume only in Gai's dream.
- Heroic Sacrifice: In his own series.
- The Voiceless
Honami Moriyama | Actress: Tamao YoshimuraA reporter who covered the battles between the Timerangers and the Londers Family. Appears in episode 40.
- Lady Not-Appearing-in-This-Trailer: Currently the only returning character to not appear in any preview for the episode/movie in which s/he appears. Sure, this is a way to avert Trailers Always Spoil.
Mirai Moriyama | Actor: Asuka KomiyaSon of single mother Honami, and the real focus of ep 40.
Ryoma/Ginga Red | Actor: Kazuki MaeharaLeader of the Gingamen. Appears in episode 20, where he saves the Gokaigers (sans Marvelous and Gai) from a hard fall after their defeat by Basco's lackeys. At the end, Ryouma says that while he finds it strange to have Space Pirates as a Super Sentai team, he accepts them because of their heroism.
- The Cameo: Just like Ban, he got less screentime than Hyuuga.
- Continuity Nod: He finds the idea of a space pirate Sentai team strange because the Gingamen's enemies were...space pirates.
Hyuga/Black Knight | Actor: Teruaki OgawaSixth Ranger to the Gingamen and Ryouma's older brother. Appears in episode 20, where he is attacked by Basco trying to obtain the Gingaman's greater power from him. After Gai takes him to safety, Hyuuga offers to take over the role of Gokai Silver from Gai, believing he lacked the confidence to protect the earth.
- Secret Test of Character: Him asking for the Gokai Cellular was just him testing Gai's self-confidence.
Sho Tatsumi/Go Green | Actor: Atsushi HaradaHelicopter pilot and member of the Go Go Five team. Appears during the end credits of the final episode saluting the Gokaigers after regaining his Ranger Key.
Matsuri Tatsumi/Go Pink | Actress: Kayoko ShibataParamedic and member of the Go Go Five team. Appears in episode 23, where she is attacked by Basco trying to obtain the Go Go Five's greater power from her.
- Beat Them at Their Own Game: They used Satarakura Jr.'s own Incredibly Lame Pun quiz against him.
- Bifurcated Weapon: The Hayatemaru.
- Combination Attack: Gokai Chō Ninpō: Hurricane Scramble
- Not So Different: What leads them to respect the Gokaigers.
- Super Senses: Chō Ninpō: Jigoku Miminote
- ¡Three Amigos!
Yousuke Shiina/Hurricane Red | Actor: Shun ShioyaLeader of the Hurricangers, the ninja of wind.
- The Leader: Of his team.
Nanami Nono/Hurricane Blue | Actress: Nao NagasawaNinja of water.
- The Chick: Of her team.
- Combination Attack: With Luka and Ahim, she executes the Triple Blast attack.
- Cool Big Sis: Even calls herself Onee-san.
- Improbable Weapon User: Sonic Megaphone
Kouta Bitou/Hurricane Yellow | Actor: Kohei YamamotoNinja of land.
- Dishing Out Dirt
- Doppelgänger Attack: Chō Ninpō: Mai Jishinote
- Give Me a Sword: During the fight, when Kouta was swapping weapons with Joe and Don, he ends up with a Gokai Saber and Gokai Gun.
- The Smart and Big Guy: Of his team.
Furaimaru | Voice actor: Hironori MiyataA mechanical ninja summoned from the Hurricaneger's Karakuri Balls, who allowed the Hurricanegers and Goraigers to combine their mecha. Like Gao Lion, he is the original character (with some changes) and thus qualifies as a returning character.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: If you can call body color scheme a "dye". He was originally dark blue in Hurricaneger, but here his color is changed to green.
- Big Damn Heroes: He helps Gai fight Sandaaru Jr. (though honestly it's more like he killsteals Sandaaru) before the Gokaiger have earned Hurricaneger's Grand Power.
- Combining Mecha
- Composite Character: Has elements of Tenkuujin (Shurikenger's mecha), including a green color scheme and use of a Fuuma Shuriken.
- Doppelgänger Attack: Secret Finisher Turbulence Cherry Blossoms, the second finisher for Hurricane Gokaioh.
Gai Yuuki/Black Condor | Actor: Toshihide WakamatsuWomanizer and second in command of the Jetmen, who died at the finale of Jetman. Appears in episode 28, where he makes a short trip to the living world to meet the Gokaigers.
- Back from the Dead: Subverted. He went back to heaven once it's over.
- Backup from Otherworld: He didn't come back to help the Gokaiger, but the original Jetman to prevent them from being pulled into the fight. Despite being dead, he's more than capable of fighting and can even transform into Black Condor.
- Chess with Death: He is at the beginning playing a card game with a woman who is later implied to be God. Dialogue suggests that winning the hand is apparently what allows him to leave the bar.
- Continuity Nod: Gai sits on the same bench where he died in the end of Jetman, and mentions how beautiful the sky is, which were some of his last words.
- Cool Sword: Bringer Sword
- Expy: As per the original Jetman, Gai is based off of Joe the Condor from Gatchaman.
- Grave-Marking Scene: It's shown that his former teammates have recently left presents by his graveside (including an Ako-chan noodle cup), implying that they still visit it regularly.
- I Just Want to Be Normal: More "I Just Want My Friends To Be Normal", part of the reason he returns to Earth is to keep the Gokaigers from drawing his teammates away from their normal lives.
- I See Dead People: The Gokaiger, the Monster of the Week and the Gormins see and interact with him as normal, but Gai Ikari just sees them talking to and flailing around at empty air. When he learns who they're speaking with, he's very upset that he's missing the chance to meet another legendary Ranger and theorizes that only he was unable to see him because he's an Earthling while everyone else is of alien nature.
- Mundane Afterlife: Gai's heaven is apparently a jazz club where he gets to sit and play poker with a beautiful woman (who is none other than God - or at least, how s/he appears to him) for all eternity. He seems quite happy with it.
- At one point, we see a door marked "heaven" and not much to let us know what's through it. The scene implies that he could cross over but does not in order to continue watching over his friends.
Joh Ohara/Yellow Lion | Actor: Kazuhiko NishimuraSportsman and second in command of the Livemen. Appears in episode 30.
- Continuity Nod: Now works as a researcher for Academia, the same university he graduated from during Liveman.
- I Let Gwen Stacy Die: His failure to save Tsukigata and Senda is why he decided to stay at Academia, to guide the students and make sure that none of them ever make the same mistake.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: Still struggling with his above failure nearly 20 years later.
Gorou Hoshino/Oh Red | Actor: Masaru ShishidoLeader of the Ohrangers. Appears in episodes 31 & 32.
- Da Chief: Of UAOH.
Momo Maruo/Oh Pink | Actress: Tamao SatoAn officer of the UAOH. Appears in episode 31 & 32.
Kenta Date/Mega Red | Actor: Hayato OshibaUnofficial leader of the Megarangers. Appears in episode 39, where he now works as a teacher at his old High School, Moroboshi High.
Shiro Akebono/Battle Kenya | Actor: Kenji OhbaA wild child from the Battle Fever team. Appears in episode 44, where he acts as Santa Claus. He also appears in Gokaiger vs. Gavan, where he tells the Gokaigers that using his Ranger Key with the Denzi Blue Key will allow them to enter the Makuu Space Prison.
- The Cameo: Only appears in two scenes of the Christmas Episode, and you don't realize it's him until the very end, being the most blink-and-miss of the sentai legends, but worry not: he gets more screentime in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
- Speaks Fluent Animal: Shiro can talk to animals, and his appearances in Gokaiger show him hanging around with a panda (well, more like a guy in a panda suit, but still...).
Tsuruhime/Ninja White | Actress: Satomi HiroseLeader of the Kakurangers. Appears at the end of episode 45.
- The Cameo: Even worse than Yukito. Tsuruhime never meets the Gokaigers in person.
Ninjaman | Voice Actor: Kazuki YaoAlly to the Kakurangers and a former pupil of the Sanshinshou. Appears in episodes 45 & 46.
- Deader Than Dead: A bit of Ascended Fridge Horror, since the Gokaigers discussed that this would have been his fate if Domon hadn't sent the Gokaigers to the past and protected Negakure Temple. That, or...
- Forgot About His Powers: In Kakuranger, he was capable of growing giant-size on his own to fight alongside the mecha. In #46, the Kakuranger Grand Power is needed to make him giant, and he never changes into Samuraiman.
- Of course, the monster didn't call him "Blue Squirt"...
- It Was with You All Along: HE is the Kakuranger Grand Power. Even Ninjaman himself was surprised.
- Sixth Ranger: To the Kakurangers, which made his absence during the Legend War rather peculiar (especially after 199 Heroes revealed that some of the other oddball heroes, such as Signalman and Zubaan, also participated in the battle - his absence was explained in-series, however; see What the Hell, Hero?).
- The Thing That Would Not Leave: How some of the Gokaigers (with the obvious exception of Gai) feel after having Ninjaman stay in the Galleon for a week.
- A Twinkle in the Sky: After a truck crashes into him.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: never appears in the final two episodes; the least the Gokaigers could do was call on him for an extra giant muscle during the invasion.
- What the Hell, Hero?: The Sanshinshō put him back in his jar for 10 years as punishment for going overboard while trying to save a girl from rampaging zoo animals.
- He gives himself one of these when he learns that this lead to him not being there when his comrades and the entire Earth needed him in the Legend War.
Takayuki Hiba/Vul Eagle II | Actor: Takayuki GodaiSecond leader of the Sun Vulcan. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Sun Vulcan's Greater Power to the Gokaigers. He also appears during the end credits of the final episode saluting the Gokaigers after regaining his Ranger Key.
Sho Hayate/Change Griffin | Actor: Kazuoki TakahashiSecond in command of the Changemen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Changeman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers.
Dai/Green Flash | Actor: Kihachiro UemuraStrongman and second in command of the Flashmen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Flashman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers.
Akira/Blue Mask | Actor: Issei HirotaChinese boxer and swords expert of the Maskmen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Maskman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers.
Remi Hoshikawa/Five Yellow | Actress: Keiko HayaseMusic teacher, kung fu expert and member of the Fivemen. Appears in episode 49 to formally give the Fiveman's Greater Power to the Gokaigers. She also appears during the end credits of the final episode regaining her Ranger Key.
Shitari of the Bones | Voice Actor: ChoThe Strategist of the Gedoushu. Appears in episode 40, where his death at the hands of the Gokaigers in Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger is reenacted, though this time with an explanation as to how and why the Gokaigers met him in the first place.
Metal Alice of the Agent | Voice Actress: Marina InoueThe Dark Chick of the Matrintis. Appears in episode 40 in a time period before the Matrintis made official contact with the Goseigers, where she tests a prototype Zan-KT unit with a mission to destroy the shrine the Gokaigers have been ordered to protect.
Ryuuwon | Voice Actor: Junpei MoritaCreator of the Jaryuu Clan, one of the enemies the Boukengers faced. Appears in episode 21, where he is revived by the Heart of Hades.
- Came Back Strong: The Heart of Hades made him extremely powerful.
- Degraded Boss: Was one of the main villains of Boukenger and yet is little more than a Monster of the Week this episode. Granted, this is a Boukenger tribute.
- Despite this, he does give the Gokaigers one of their more difficult battles so far, including outright shrugging off everything thrown at him except the Gokai Adventure Drive.
- Healing Factor: Obtained from the Heart of Hades. The power ultimately goes out of control when the Heart is removed, causing him to grow giant and go completely berserk.
- Scars Are Forever: Despite getting revived and gaining said Healing Factor, he keeps a broken horn and scar on the left side of his face.
Black Cross KingThe Big Bad to the Gorangers, he comes Back from the Dead to serve as the villain in 199 Heroes.
- Big Bad: Of 199 Heroes, having returned to exact his revenge on Super Sentai
- Escaped from Hell: Specifically says he and the other villains have returned from Hell to enact their revenge.
- No Swastikas: Semi-present; he explicitly states in his speech to the civilians that he was once known as the Black Cross Fuhrer.
- One-Winged Angel: As in the original series, his true form is the Black Cross Castle.
- The Power of Hate: Powered by the undying hatred of all previous defeated villains.
- Revenge: Tells Warz Gill that he's only out to destroy the Gokaigers (and the Super Sentai legacy as a whole) for revenge, and that once he's done, the Earth will be left at the mercy of the Zangyack. Of course, that is, if BCK is going to keep his word...
- Villainous Breakdown: Completely loses it at his defeat:
- Villain Team-Up: Brings several previous villains back as his underlings.
Hades God Dagon | Voice Actor: Akio OhtsukaLeader of the Hades Gods, one of the enemies of the Magirangers. Appears prominently as one of the revived villains in 199 Heroes.
- Bad Boss: His reaction to all his mooks suddenly turning into illusions of the Gokaigers and Goseigers is to start tearing through them hunting for the real things. This ends up being his downfall, as the real things were waiting for the right moment to get him.
Brajira of the Messiah | Voice Actor: Nobuo TobitaBig Bad to the Goseigers. Appears prominently as one of the revived villains in 199 Heroes.
Prime Minister Yogoshimacritein | Voice Actor: Kiyoyuki YanadaFinal Boss to the Go-Ongers. Appears prominently as one of the revived villains in 199 Heroes.
- Funny Background Event: While giving his rant to the Gokaigers and Goseigers, you can see a couple of his mooks struggling with holding his hammer.
- He's seen grovelling after getting rejected by Luka and Moune, before they finish him off.
- Jidai Geki: His lair in 199 Heroes.
- Took a Level in Dumbass: In his own series, he was the Vile Villain to Go-onger's Saccharine Show. Here, he behaves exactly like his Goldfish Poop Gang-leading son did, trying to make a movie out of his defeat of some of the Gokaigers and Goseigers, and ultimately being defeated by the yellow warriors distracting him by asking him for an autograph. Rule of Funny at work, and probably done to make him more distinct from the other villains.
Los Dark | Voice Actor: Kenji UtsumiThe main villain of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger The Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship. Los Dark is a ghost who plans to revive himself using the souls of the living, in order to become a living being so he can use the Eye of the Gods, an item that can grant any wish.
- Back from the Dead: His ultimate goal; since he's dead, he can't use the Eye of the Gods, so lures people to the ghost ship so he can steal their life energy and revive himself.
- Evil Knockoff: Pilots a copy of Gokai-Oh, complete with an eyepatch, a hook hand, a different chest cannon, and a Badass Cape.
- Expy: A combination of Barbossa (undead pirate who wants to come back) and Davy Jones (evil Grim Reaper of the sea) from Pirates of the Caribbean.
- Ghost Pirate
- The Grim Reaper: Has this look as far as design goes, anyway.
- The Necromancer: Resurrects a score of fallen foot soldiers and past villains to deal with the Gokaiger.
- Spikes of Villainy
Combined Combatant | Voice Actor: Yuki AnaiA combination of the foot soldiersnote from the previous 34 Sentai teams.
- All Your Powers Combined: Is literally a fusion of all the previous sentai foot soldiersnote .
- Expy: Can arguably be seen as what would have happened if The Shocker Greeed was taken Up to Eleven.
- Irony: The only standard foot soldier not part of this combination are the Gormin, despite being the current Sentai's foot soldiernote .
- Mook: A combination of all the prior ones to boot!
Baseball MaskA villain from the Goranger series. He appears in The Flying Ghost Ship as one of the villains revived to fight the Gokaiger.
- Distracted by the Sexy/Not Distracted by the Sexy: Zig-zagged. The Goranger Hurricane summoning Go-Onger's G3 Princess did get to him... though he resolved to carry on anyway. And then it ended up getting him anyway.
- Friendly Enemy: Warmly describes facing the Gokaiger in the form of the Goranger as nostalgic.
- Go-Karting with Bowser: Challenges the Gokaiger to strike him out if they want to get past him.
- Improbable Weapon User
Agent Abrella | Voice Actor: Ryusei NakaoBig Bad to the Dekarangers. Appears in The Flying Ghost Ship, where he is revived by Los Dark to fight the Gokaiger.
Water Pollution Minister Kegaleshia | Actress: Nao OikawaOne of the main antagonists of the Go-Ongers. She appears in The Flying Ghost Ship, and later becomes a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
- HeelFace Turn: Tells the Gokaigers that the reason why they were in the Makuu Prison was because they renounced their evil ways, and the Zangyack weren't happy about it. In fact, the last time Kegalesia and her cohorts appeared (during Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger) you could argue that they have already made their turn.
AsuradaThe main villain of Gokaiger vs. Gavan, who disguised himself as Gavan's superior, Commander Weaver, in order to take over the Space Police. In reality, is a member of the Zangyack, and a relative of Don Horror, the leader of the former Makuu Crime Synduicate that was destroyed by Gavan.
- Big Bad: Of Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
- Blood Magic: plans to stimulate Don Horror's blood in his veins by torturing Gavan in order to expand Makuu Space to cover the whole universe.
- Chained by Fashion: Has chains dangling from his hips.
- Master of Disguise: Disguises himself as Commander Weaver
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Has six arms.
- Spikes of Villainy: His shoulders have them.
- This Is a Drill: Has a drill on both his shoulders.
Gavan BootlegA mechanical copy of Gavan created by the fusion of Space Police and Zangyack technology.
- The Dragon: To Ashurada, being his only eminent enforcer.
- Evil Knockoff: Almost literally one of Gavan, given how it has "bootleg" in its title.
Yatsudenwani | Voice Actor: Kyosei TsukuiA former Monster of the Week who was abducted by AbareKiller to become his servant. Appears in as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan. Later reappears in the Gobusters crossover, making a cameo as a manager of a Dino Curry shop.
Vancuria | Voice Actress: Misa WatanabeQueen of the Vampires, unaffected by standard vampire weaknesses. She appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan
Bae | Voice Actor: Akira IshidaA former Geki Juken user, who was well-known for commentating the Humongous Mecha fights of his series. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
Shizuka of the Winds | Actress: Mami YamasakiAKA Shizuka of the Wind, a member of the Dark Hand. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
Gekkou of Illusions | Voice Actor: Banjo GingaAKA the Owl of Illusions, a member of the Dark Hand. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
Earth Pollution Minister Yogostein | Voice Actor: Kiyoyuki YanadaOne of the main antagonists of the Go-Ongers. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
- Continuity Nod: He still has that sake bottle, one of the items that he and his friends filched from Genta's sushi stand during Shinkenger vs. Go-onger.
- Funny Background Event: during the chaos that ensued during the prison escape, his head accidentally hits the jail bars.
Air Pollution Minister Kitaneidas | Voice Actor: Mitsuaki MadonoOne of the main antagonists of the Go-Ongers. Appears as a prisoner of the Zangyack in Gokaiger vs. Gavan.
Bacchus GillThe Nephew of Akcdos Gill. Has joined forces with Enter to capture the Mythic Ranger keys and envelope the earth in Hyperspace.
- Big Bad: The main villain of Go-Busters vs. Gokaiger.
- Drunken Master: Is always carrying around a bottle of liquor. Said bottle of liquor can also Make My Monster Grow.
- The Remnant: He's leading what's left of Zangyack.
- Villain Team-Up: Forms an alliance with the Vaglass to obtain the Mythic Ranger keys.
WaredonaiyerBacchus Gill's right hand man.
Bio/Rider Hunter Silva | Actor: Kazuo HayashiThe robot that was built to hunt down anything with Bio Particles in it and destroy it, which escalated to insanity before he was destroyed by the Biomen. Marvelous rebuilds him as a member of Dai-Zangyack and renames him Rider Hunter Silva in Super Hero Taisen. He takes over as the main Sentai antagonist after the two villain groups turn on their leaders. With Red One watching, the Gokaigers destroy him using OOO's powers.
- Ax-Crazy: Except now he's out to kill all riders. And all Sentai.
- Big Bad: Of Super Hero Taisen, along with Narutaki.
- Breakout Character: He had a minor role in Bioman, but due to his popularity, he is the Dragon and one of the true Big Bads for the Sentai villains.
- Catchphrase: Hakkai!
- The Dragon: To Marvelous. Or so it seems...
- Final Boss: One of three of Super Hero Taisen, fighting against the Gokaigers with OOO and Red One watching and the former outright helping them.
- The Man Behind the Man: He and Narutaki were manipulating Marvelous and Tsukasa respectively. However, Marvelous and Tsukasa knew that they were this and manage to subvert their true plans.
- Meaningful Rename: Since he's hunting Kamen Riders now, he's renamed himself to Rider Hunter Silva.
- Out-Gambitted: Marvelous and Tsukasa knew about Silva and Narutaki's plans to wipe out the Super Sentai and Kamen Riders so the villains could claim the world unopposed. They subvert them by teleporting the heroes away (under the guise of destroying them) until they can be summoned to take the villains down.
- Walking Spoiler: [[spoiler:He's one half of the true Big Bad Duumvirate in Super Hero Taisen.
Retsu Ichijouji/Gavan | Actor: Kenji OhbaThe first of the Space Sheriffs and Metal Heroes, established in 1982. He attempts to bring the Gokaiger in for piracy, only to end up fighting alongside them against the Zangyack. In the past, he saved Marvelous as a child.
- Barrier Warrior: Among his many powers.
- Batman Gambit: Only captures the Gokaiger in order to bring Asurada's plans to the forefront.
- Cool Old Guy: 30 years later, he's still badass enough to take on Gormin while untransformed.
Hiromu Sakurada/Red Buster | Voice Actor: Katsuhiro SuzukiLeader of the Go-Busters, secret agent for the Energy Management Center.
- Cool Bike: How he makes his entrance.
Ryūji Iwasaki/Blue Buster | Voice Actor: Ryouma BabaSecret agent for the Energy Management Center.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: First appears surprising Basco by flanking him on one side, and Yōko on the other.
Yōko Usami/Yellow Buster | Voice Actress: Arisa KomiyaSecret agent for the Energy Management Center.
- Delicious Distraction: Provides one for Sally, which ends up winning them the fight.
Tsukasa Kadoya/Kamen Rider Decade Actor: Masahiro InoueThe 10th Heisei-era Rider, established in 2009 with powers not unlike the Gokaigers' own. Appears in Super Hero Taisen opposite Captain Marvelous.
- Alternate Company Equivalent: Well, alternate franchise equivalent. The teamup series' hero who can turn into the other heroes from his franchise, just like the Gokaigers themselves.