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Kanpai Senshi After V character sheet.

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    Treasure V 

Red | Live Actor: Ryouta Murai

  • Ascended Fanboy: Similar to Nobuo Akagi and Gai Ikari, Red's position is a dream come true, having dreamed of being a superhero after being saved by one as a boy. Except he gets really disillusioned by his teammates really fast.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: Basically what Red feels working with this team.

Blue | Live Actor: Kazuki Kato

  • Social Media Before Reason: One episode focused on his propensity for this, leaving Treasure V facing a storm of public backlash and potentially being disbanded ( until Commander stepped in to help them.)

Pink | Live Actor: Yu Kikkawa

  • The Chick: By being the sole woman in the team. New Yellow fits it better, though.

Yellow | Live Actor: Buffalo Goro A

  • The Big Guy: Yellow seems to be this given his age and bulkiness, but he's revealed to be more of The Load due to old age.
  • The Bus Came Back: After New Yellow left the team, he refilled his original role back as he didn't like his new job.
  • The Load: Briefly Reconstructed, when the team realized after his leave that they had been more alert in a desperate effort to keep check on him.
  • Put On The Bus: Had to leave the team due to old age.

Green | Live Actor: Tsubasa Tobinhaga (Rubber Girl)

  • Ascended Fanboy: Thinks that this is a dream career, though for the wrong reasons (he just saw a regular Super Sentai on TV and thought that them exploding the Monster of the Week was cool enough that he wanted to try that).
  • Beware the Nice Ones: When he drank a cup of beer once...
  • Battle Boomerang: The opening shows that he uses the boomerang in battle.
  • Can't Hold His Liquor: Episode 3 focuses on the disaster that ensues when Green is given a beer, which includes him knocking out the store manager with his boomerang.

Chief/Lame Gold

  • Da Chief: Hence, his other name.
  • Sixth Ranger: Joins the team in battle and dinner soon after, much to their annoyance.

New Yellow

  • Ascended Fanboy: Gender Flipped where New Yellow aspires to be a senshi and bring hope to children too ever since she watch the heroes from TV.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: The men on the team can't help but fawn over her cuteness, leaving Pink the only one feeling bad that the original Yellow has left.
  • High-School Sweethearts: Turns out she's earned her happy ending before joining the team.
  • Light Girl, Dark Boy: Just as the Yellow suit is already light-colored, her lightness turns Up to Eleven!
  • Put On The Bus: Double Subverted. She originally wanted to quit the team for loosing her Transformation Trinket, but it gets resolved after it's found out her mother borrowed it without her knowledge. At the end of the next episode, however, she got pregnant and had to take maternal leave.
  • Replacement Scrappy: Actually played with In-Universe. After a heart-warming last party before Yellow left, the team dreaded the anticipation of the arrival of the new Yellow, accepting the original Yellow as the only Yellow. Things changed once the new Yellow arrived, where the guys fawned over her, while Pink remained unhappy. By the team completely warmed up a few episodes later, though, the new Yellow have to take maternal leave, leaving the guys disappointing. And then just as they were anticipating another cute girl to join as another new Yellow, the original one came back, leaving the team disappointed.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The serene and less experienced Girly Girl to Pink's Tomboy.
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    Villains 

Commander

  • Big Bad: In addition of this, he works as head chef at the restaurant the heroes go to after defeating his monsters.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: When Manager offered to join his evil team and become the Monster of the Week, he does this to him instead, sparring him from his inevitable demise by the lack of manpower and resources.
  • Lightning Can Do Anything, Including:
    • Tuning the TV to see Treasure V in the karaoke room.
    • Waking up an unconscious manager, then sobering a drunk Green.
    • Hacking into Electronic Devices.
    • Materializing a Bottle of Wine.
    • Subjugating his underlings.
    • Changing his own voice.
    • Teleporting small objects.
    • Inducing Amnesia
  • Self-Duplication: Resorts to duplicating himself to earn triple the paycheck.
  • Shock and Awe: One of the few powers he is seen using.

Combatant "Kee" → Mantis-man

One of the footsoldier who directly serve under Commander.
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