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- Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
- The Ryusoulgers are ancient tribesmen from a supernatural village, which is a contrast to the Abarangers (Japanese civilians) and Kyoryugers (Multinational Team).
- The team's signature weapon is a sword (RyuSoul Sword), to contrast with the Kyoryugers' signature weapon, a gun (Gaburevolver).
- Their knight theme also makes them the opposite of the Magirangers, since both of them are Medieval European Fantasy Sentai teams.
- In a most recent transition, the Ryusoulgers are traditional knights who were passed down their powers in order to fight villains and protect their village, which greatly differs from the Lupinrangers, who were Phantom Thieves that stole their powers, even breaking the law to do so. Meanwhile, the Ryusoulgers are overall quite young (looking) despite being trained in using they're powers even before the series began when compared to the equally dedicated but more visibly older and professional Patrangers, who didn't even receive their powers until the end of the first episode.
- Elemental Powers: With KyoRyuSouls they not only gain a new armor, but also new elemental abilities. Per standard of Sentai Series, they first show the red and sixth ranger using them, but the other members are also capable of using them. For example:
- The MeraMeraSoul gives the user the MeraMera armor which gives them powers over fire.
- The BiriBiriSoul gives its user the BiriBiri armor which gives them powers over electricity.
- The KurayamiSoul gives its user the Kurayami armor which gives them powers of darkness
- the KagayakiSoul gives its user the Kagayaki armor which gives them powers of light.
- The CosmoSoul takes this a step further as it gives its user the Cosmo Armor which basically is a combination of the Kurayami and Kagayaki armor and thus gives them powers over both light and darkness.
- The DoshinSoul gives its user the Doshin Armor which gives them powers over earth.
- The HieHieSoul gives its user the HieHie Armor which gives them powers over ice.
- Experienced Protagonist: All of them has had over a century of training to master their powers and abilities before the first episode of the series.
- Fish out of Temporal Water: The original three Ryusoulgers are this, mostly as a result of having been born literally over 200 years ago in isolation. Towa and Bamba are more adjusted to the modern world as they've been out and about in it.
- Knight in Shining Armor: All of them.
- Only One Name: None of them have a known surname although this could be because their tribe is composed of long lived beings living in isolation.
- Really 700 Years Old: All the Ryusoulgers are more than 100 years old. Koh, Melto and Asuna are 209 years old but they all look like they are in their late teens or early twenties.
- Master Swordsman: All the Ryusoulgers have had centuries of practice with their swords. However, it should be noted that of the five members, Koh, Towa and Bamba seem to excel more in swordsmanship. Especially Bamba.
- Soul Power: This team's Motif when it comes to the source of their strength.
Portrayed by: Hayate Ichinose (live), Shigeki Ito (suit)
- Always Second Best: Koh feels this towards Nada, considering him a better "Red Ranger" despite being the one chosen to be RyuSoulRed. This makes The Reveal of Nada being Gaisoulg even more jarring.
- Break the Cutie: He spends a good deal of his early screen time in the first episode being an energetic, kind-hearted hero. Then Tankjoh kills his master right in front of him.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
- Is just as youthful as Kairi Yano, but is far less moody and cold than his predecessor ever was, being more than cheerful and open hearted.
- From the same series, Koh is equally as Hot-Blooded as Keiichiro Asaka about upholding order and protecting innocents, but lacks the professional yet uptight ways the latter had in his series.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: During his debut as Max Ryusoul Red. Enraged by Nada's death, Koh lays down a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown against Uden. The poor guy didn't stand a chance.
- Deliberate Injury Gambit: He once lets the Cerberus Minosaur bite his exposed arm so he'd have a clear shot at breaking off one of its fangs to make an antidote for its venom.
- Determinator: By his own words "Limits were made to be broken!"
- Elemental Powers:
- Playing with Fire: Can be equipped with the MeraMera (Burning) Armour that harnesses DimeVolcano's power.
- Yin-Yang Bomb: When using the Cosmo Soul that harnesses CosmoRaptor's power.
- Dishing Out Dirt: When using the Doshin (Smash) Soul that harnesses Pachygaroo and Chibigaroo's power.
- An Ice Person: When using the HieHie (Freezing) Armor that harnesses Pterardon's abilities.
- Finishing Move: Dino Slash (Tyramigo version).
- Super Mode: His Max Ryusoul Red form, where he gains a solid layer of battle armour, tremendously increased strength, and the Max Ryusoul Changer as a set of deadly claws in addition to his Ryusoul Ken.
- Along with Canalo, he also gains the Noblesse mode, which is a blue cape instead of armor.
- The Gadfly: Koh likes to playfully tease Asuna for having so much brute strength, which annoys her.
- Hot-Blooded: In battle, Koh is a fearless and aggressive fighter, with a fighting style that focuses on overwhelming offense. It's no wonder the TsuyoSoul is his choice Ryusoul; it gives all the power he needs to go along with his ferocity.
- It turns out this was a serious problem in his youth as shown in episode 26 where he let his ferocity get the best of him.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Melto's blue.
- The Heart: He is very emphatic and understanding, and always tries to keeps his team to open up to each other.
- Idiot Hero: The first Red in a while to be this; he's definitely got more Ryouga and King than Geki although this is rather downplayed as shown below in Smarter Than You Look.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: Not only does he get the first power-up armor, he's assigned their first auxiliary mech, the Dimevolcano, and gets to drive the resulting Tyramigo-Dimevolcano combination by himself, in situations where Kishiryuoh Five Knights (operated by all five Ryusoulgers) doesn't quite cut it. Later he gets to be the first to use the combined ShineRaptor-ShadowRaptor powerup armor and Kishiryuoh combined form despite Canalo discovering them first.
- Mighty Glacier: His Max Ryusoul Red is essentially a fusion of his Ryusoul Red suit and the Gaisorg armour, making it incredibly solid. Uden's sword had no effect on it whatsoever.
- The Leader: Of the Ryusoulgers, due to the death of his Master.
- The Nicknamer: He's the one who gave Tyramigo his name.
- Nice Guy: Just like his Dino predecessors Koh is outgoing and gentle, to everyone he interacts with.
- Smarter Than You Look: Although he also sometimes acts as an idiot, don't forget he's still a trained Ryusoulger with just as much training as his fellow Ryusoulgers which makes him just as capable as them.
Portrayed by: Keito Tsuna (live), Masashi Takada (suit)
- Butt-Monkey: He's frequently pushed around by Asuna. Tyramigo messes with him a couple of times. And now he's even drawn Canalo's ire because of Oto. He's officially bumped up to The Chew Toy when Tyramigo bites his ass and flings him aside like an old shirt. Then there's also Bamba's Death Glare at him in episode 39; plus his situations in KishiRyuOh Five Knights Triken and as Noblesse Ryusoul Blue ending in him and the others defeated.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
- Genius Bruiser: Is very clearly the smartest when it comes to critical and tactical thinking while being just as capable in combat as his teammates.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Can be very condescending when advising others or asking for help (epescially towards Tyramigo) but still cares about them.
- Photographic Memory: He can remember everything he's seen. Judging from the look on his face after Master Blue sacrifices himself to save him, he's not terribly happy he'll remember that perfectly too.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Koh's red.
- The Smart Guy: Comes with the Photographic Memory letting him retain information better. He uses this to great effect while creating strategies to outwit the Druidon in and out of battle.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Melt or Melto? This was finally put to rest when the Bandai Fashion site used the latter in advertising◊.
- Strong Girl, Smart Guy: Melto is the brainy Smart Guy to Asuna's Strong Girl.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: He becomes confused when Triken is sulky around him during their first encounter due to the Kishiryu having been created by his people as the partner of the Ryusoul Blue powers he wields. He'd be right in most other Sentai, but much like Ryusoulger's most recent thematic predecessors, Triken and the rest of the Kishiryu are Empathic Weapons that don't like being talked down to.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has light blue hair. To the point he also straighten his hair out before battle and Oto once pulled his hair when she thought it was a wig signifying that this is his natural hair.
Asuna/ Ryusoul Pink
Portrayed by: Ichika Osaki (live) Ayumi Shimozono (suit)
- Action Girl: It is to be expected from a female member of any Sentai, but Asuna's status as The Big Girl is a rarity.
- Badass Longcoat: She wears a pink trench coat in her civilian form.
- Big Eater: #9 and #10 really illustrate her large appetite; she seems to have a thing for barbecued meat (yakiniku) in particular.
- The Big Girl: Contrary to the previous Pink and female White Rangers, who would usually fill the roles of The Chick, The Heart, or The Leader, Asuna's Super Strength makes her the first Pink Ranger who is the team's muscle.
- Born Lucky: She is shown to have a lot of luck as shown in #10 when she accidentally hit a specific target correctly.
- Character Tic: Getting all huffy and puffy when she's annoyed at something.
- The Chick: By the virtue of being the only female member on the team.
- Combat Stilettos: Though unlike Umika, she only has them in her civilian outfit, not her Ranger suit.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
- While Mei, Ranru and Amy use flexibility as part of their fighting style, Asuna prefers raw power instead.
- When compared to Umika Hayami, Asuna is clearly much more straight-laced despite being just as enthusiastic and kindhearted - albeit without any of The Ditz traits the latter showcased in her series.
- In comparison to Tsukasa Myojin, the previous Pink who was the calm Only Sane Man of her group most of the time, Asuna is far less willing to tolerate her teammates' antics - especially when her Berserk Button is pushed.
- Dreadful Musician: Episode 8 reveals that Asuna is a terrible singer that it is used as a strategy to distract and weaken the Cockatrice Minosaur to save Fita from dying inside the Minosaur.
- Girly Bruiser: Despite being The Big Girl, she's still got the usual bubbly Pink personality.
- Muscle Angst: She doesn't appreciate people saying she has "brute strength". Poor Koh learned that the hard way.
- The Smurfette Principle: With the death of Master Pink, she's the only female Ryusoulger.
- Strong Girl, Smart Guy: Asuna is the strong Action Girl to Melto's Smart Guy.
- Super Strength: Being seen as the muscle of the team, with enough strength to send Koh straight into a rock face with a simple shove. Where have we seen something like that before...?
- Thousand-Yard Stare: All she can do after Master Pink sacrifices herself to save her life is stare at the spot where she was before screaming in sorrow.
- Zettai Ryouiki: After three solid teams of Proper Tights with a Skirt, Asuna brings this back with shorts and high boots.
Portrayed by: Yuito Obara (live), Masato Tsutamune (suit)
- Big Brother Worship: To Bamba.
- Break the Haughty: After taking pride in being the fastest of the Ryusoulgers, Melto shows how he can pin him to a corner in a few steps. And then a straight fight with Wyzeru on his own leads to him getting dominated.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
- Cute Little Fangs: Japanese fans notes how the actor who plays Towa shows his quite visibly when he smiles. This also overlaps with Towa's Kishiryu being a saber-toothed tiger.
- Creepy Child: The youngest Ryusoulger, and disturbingly comfortable with defeating the Minosaurs by killing their human hosts. However, once he notices the other Ryusoulgers have their Dinoknights, he spares Ui.
- He's completely out of this mindset by #5 after Koh convinces him that all lives are equal, even trying to convince Bamba to not kill his new friend Sanae despite the Minosaur that came from her having poisoned him.
- Finishing Move: Dino Slash (TigerLance version)
- On top of this, in #4, he figures out how to awaken his Dinoknight mid battle with the Kraken Minosaur and actively stops Bamba from killing its host.
- The Heart: Towa cares about his brother, and after #4 he's learned to open up enough to make friends with a civilian. By the time Canalo joins up, Towa's been seen working with the Ryusoulger starting lineup a lot more than Bamba.
- Lightning Bruiser: Makes good use of the HayaSoul in combat. Not surprisingly, this translates over to KishiryuOh Tigerlance's fighting style.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Despite working with Bamba for the longest time, he's clearly being kept in the dark about several things - people that Bamba personally knows is one thing, but the true nature of Gaisoulg is a pretty major one.
- Martial Pacifist: He claims to be very pacifist compared to his fellow Ryusoulgers, but is also a competent fighter in his own rights.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Bamba's blue.
- Shoot the Dog: His method of stopping the Minosaurs? Killing the human hosts to prevent them gaining power. He eventually understands from Koh that all lives are worth saving, and tries to convince Bamba as well.
- Sore Loser: He doesn't take losing in a talent competition very well, especially towards Koh.
- Willfully Weak: Is incredibly talented, but prefers to hold back for some reason.
Portrayed by: Tatsuya Kishida (live), Yasuhiro Takeuchi (suit)
- Aloof Ally: Even after the supposed solidifying of the core five, he's seen around the three lead Ryusoulgers a lot less than Towa. Though this is justified on several occasions by his investigations, and sometimes Contrived Coincidence.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: He honestly thought he could take on Tankjoh solo. To his credit, he did better than any of the other Ryusoulgers in that he was still standing when Tankjoh left.
- Big Brother Instinct: Gets freaked out when Towa's in danger.
- The Comically Serious: Bamba always tries to distant himself from his teammates childish antics, and expresses his annoyance in a deadpan manner.
- Finishing Move: Dino Slash (MilNeedle version)
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's hostile to anyone (his teammates included), but he's dedicated to protect the Earth and fight the Druidon Tribe while being an Aloof and Cool Big Brother to Towa. Just don't expect him to act nice.
- The Lancer: He is basically a foil to Koh in every aspect.
- Mighty Glacier: Relies on the KataSoul in combat, limiting his movements while granting No-Sell-level resilience. KishiryuOh Mirneedle's fighting style actually incorporates elements of sumo wrestling.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Towa's red.
- The Stoic: He always maintains a serious and a no-nonsense attitude.
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome: He is the tallest member of the team, and displays a aloof and a no-nonsense attitude most of the time.
- Tsundere: "Deredere" to Towa and "Tsuntsun" to everyone else.
Portrayed by: Katsumi Hyodo (live), Kazuya Okada (suit)
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: He sees himself as stronger than the rest of the team.
- Berserk Button: Making a woman cry is one to him and the reason he fights against Minosaurs.
- Big Brother Instinct: He is very protective of Oto, forbidding her to accompany him to the surface.
- Butt-Monkey: To Oto every now and then.
- Casanova Wannabe: He keeps running into women he wants to marry. All of them are ether already married or have boyfriends.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
- Unlike his Dino Sixth Ranger predecessors, Canalo started out as a heroic character (though he's more of an Anti-Hero due to his Jerkass attitude).
- And unlike Utchy, who is an Adorkable Samurai with a weakness for women, Canalo is a Jerk with a Heart of Gold who is actively looking for an ideal wife.
- Is just as smug and self-assured as Noel Takao, but lacks the easy-going and affable nature of the latter, being far more uptight and down-looking on others. This is most evident in their respective debuts: while Noel actively went out of his way to meet and associate himself with his fellow cops and thieves, Canalo flat out tells the other Ryusoulgers that he wants nothing to do with them, twice over. Also while Noel had to prove his trust to both teams, the Ryusoulgers need to prove their trust to Canalo and MosaRex because of the rift between their tribes.
- Defrosting Ice King: He seems to bond a bit with Koh in #16 which is shown through them slightly reject each other through the Minosaur's power.
- Establishing Character Moment: In his first appearance, he tries to give a rose to the girl he was dating, only to get dumped by her for being obsessive. He then hits it off with another girl nearby with similar interests as him, and destroys a Minosaur for interrupting their meeting.
- Finishing Move: Final Thunder Shot (BiriBiriSoul).
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Nobody in the Sea Ryusoul Tribe likes him due to his penny-pinching Jerkass attitude.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite his snobbish attitude towards the Ryusoulgers and being obsessed with finding a bride, at least he cares for Oto and is honorable enough to back off when his advances are refused.
- The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Canalo uses a gun and knife combo, is aligned to the sea, and his master is a Kishiryu.
- Leitmotif: Technically he has just the one, first heard as a mariachi trumpet solo that gets played in full in episode 24, but there's also an 80s-style shojo drama theme indicating romantic moments (before it's cut off...)
- My Master, Right or Wrong: The biggest reason he doesn't team up with the other Ryusoulgers is because his master MosaRex doesn't trust the land Ryusoul tribe. He actually doesn't see them as bad people.
- Mythology Gag: His Promotion to Parent would make AbaRed and KyoryuBlue proud.
- Not So Different: An Aloof Ally with some disdain for the main team and a younger sibling who may be the crux to him coming around - he's basically Bamba all over again.
- Running Gag: His failures at finding a bride.
- Shock and Awe: His BiriBiri Soul grants him electricity powers.
- Sixth Ranger: And the first one in a Dino Sentai who is not introduced as a villainous or possessed Ranger.
- Telepathy: He is able to communicate telepathically via contact with water.
See his character sheet under Allies.