Determinator: Once Kai's determined enough, he does not stay down. His fights with Wolzard tend to bring this out of him.
Hot-Blooded: Not as much as some reds, but he tends to run headlong into things. And when he gets mad...
Idiot Hero: Tsubasa sums him up as "our idiot" in the first episode.
Image Song: "Yuuki wa Phoenix" (Courageous Phoenix)
In Name Only: MagiPhoenix is, at best, a phoenix-themed warrior. Unlike the others, the phoenix is almost never portrayed as a humanoid figure.
Keet: He rarely runs out of energy, and even then it's hard to keep him down. This trait get very downplayed in his later appearances.
Law of Chromatic Superiority: Despite him being the youngest of the five siblings. He gets the main dramatic moments and is the only Ranger who can combine with Barikion or Unigolon.
The Leader: He's the leader of the team despite being the youngest. The others have to keep him in line so that it doesn't get to his head, so it's clear that he's not as in-control as he thinks he is.
Momma's Boy: He clearly adores his mom and is possibly the most desperate to get her back. His adoration of her doesn't stand up to Urara's though.
Heart Broken Badass: Episode 28 has him falling in love with a girl named Rei who's revealed to be long dead by the episode. The only reason that she's "alive" is because of the MOTW using her voice to lure in people for her to eat. Sure, the MOTW gets defeated and everything's all good and fine, but Rei has to move on to the afterlife, leaving Tsubasa in shambles.
Morphic Resonance: Any inanimate object she turns into will be pink, while any person she turns into will have a large pink bow around their waist.
Our Fairies Are Different: Her Majin form is Magi Fairy, the smallest of the five. Among other things, it can turn into a ball for the other Majin to launch as a finishing move.
The Pollyanna: She manages to always look on the bright side of things, even when it's gone to hell. One of the only times she doesn't is in Episode 46, where things really started to go downhill for the.
Really Gets Around: She has many boyfriends over the series, and doesn't mind having several at once. Apparently, even fifteen is "less than usual". Kai eventually convinces her to take the idea of a committed partner more seriously, and as of Hero Mama League she seems to have finally settled down with someone.
Shipper on Deck: For Kai/Yamazaki, to the former's chagrin to due to her attempts to push them together backfiring horribly.
Papa Wolf: More or less "Older Brother Wolf" but still counts. As the oldest sibling, he takes it upon himself to make sure that his siblings are cared for and protected at all costs...to mixed results sometimes.
Justified as he later explains to Tsubasa that he studied English hard enough so that one day he could go abroad and study to improve his farming techniques. It should be noted that his actor knows and can speak fluent English in real life, thus simultaneously making it a case of The Cast Show Off.
Team Dad: The oldest sibling and extremely caring, kind, and protective.
Only One Name: Not only is he the only Magiranger to not have the surname Ozu, but also the only one with no surname period. Given he's a Heavenly Saint, he probably just didn't see the need for one. Could technically no longer apply with his marriage to Urara.
Pride: Mostly Played for Laughs, but he does NOT like when Smoky brings up times that he's gotten beat up, which sadly kicks in for him even faster than it does for most sixth rangers.
Sexy Mentor: He's quite the looker all right. Just ask Urara and Houka.
Sixth Ranger: After the Five-Man Band has been firmly established, he shows up to give the team a new ally and their next level of magical training.
Telepathy: One of his spells lets him read minds and scan memories.
True Companions: To the Ozu family. He was already Bragel's apprentice, and the two became close because of this. And then later forms a friendship with Miyuki upon her marriage to his mentor, and then later becomes a mentor himself to Bragel and Miyuki's children and thus becoming close to them as well; and then he properly becomes part of the family via his marriage to Urara.
Lady of War: She has her own ranger transformation, and her fight scenes have a sense of grace the rangers themselves lack. Also her patron Heavenly Saint was the female Snowgel, a rare Bare-Fisted Monk Lady Of War.
Missing Mom: Spends a good chunk of the series presumed dead.
Sacrificial Lion: Presumed killed at the start of the series, forcing the Magirangers to work together without her.
Team Mom: Again, the name is kind of a hint. Urara basically fills the role when she's not around.
Isamu Ozu / Heavenly Saint Bragel / Wolzard Fire (Tsutomu Isobe)
The Ace: Considered the best warrior in Magitopia. He lives up to that, having fought against its armies single handedly, seal N Ma, and was only beaten because an injury from the Four Kings of Hell allowed N Ma to corrupt him into Wolzard. When he regains his memories, he successfully seals N Ma again and goes onto to defeat Sleipner, something Magi Legend had failed in each encounter. Dagon notes that sealing N Ma inside him actually made him weaker, and that was after we saw Isamu defeat Wyvern (something the Magirangers failed at).
Action Dad: He was already a father during the first war with Infershia, and hasn't lost a step since.
Knight of Cerebus: Rare non villainious exampe for the franchise. Her appearance kicks off Branken's plot to open the Infershia gate, and her initial Jerkass attitude to the Magirangers is NOT played for comedy.
Sleep-Mode Size: Snowgel first appears as a baby version of herself swaddled in a cocoon.
Sour Outside, Sad Inside: She acts standoffish and is dismissive of the idea of the Ozu siblings defeating Infersia even if their dormant magic was awakened at first, but only because of the heartbreak from watching her disciple, Miyuki, and her fellow Heavenly Saints, Raigel and Blagel, fall to darkness despite their tremendous power.
Sealed Evil in a Can: At first. He almost escapes, but Isamu remembers who he is in time to prevent this, destroying his original body in the process. His spirit survives and eventually possesses Titan.
BFS: The Imperial Sword Hell Fang, which is one of N Ma's fangs forged into a sword.
The Brute: He's the only major character unable to use magic.
Disc-One Final Boss: While we know N Ma is top dog from the beginning, Branken is the one actually running the show at first. His death gives the team their first major victory and closes out the first "arc".
Frankenstein's Monster: Going with the them of the generals bearing appearances to famous monsters, Branken is based on this. His name even rhymes with the word.
Hair-Trigger Temper: When in a bad mood, he'll lash out at most anything. Hence he and Wolzard are on poor terms.
Evil Sorcerer: He relies more on magic than melee combat, although his Raigel form is still good with a sword.
Human Sacrifice: His plans center around mass human sacrifice to revive N Ma.
Paper Fan of Doom: To be fair, it is a fan with a blade on it that doubles as a magic wand.
Squishy Wizard: Subverted: while he mostly relies on magic, he's still fully capable of physical combat in his original form. Played straight in his duel with Hikaru when he's destroyed with a single slash.
The Starscream: Was this his former comrades. To N Ma, he serves loyally because he finds it to be the quickest way to power.
Achilles' Heel: Drake's armor covers his entire body except for one spot on the back of his neck.
Anti-Villain: Sphinx is less interested in destroying the surface, and more interested in making sure the Dark Precepts are followed.
Back from the Dead: Sphinx is revived by Vancuria after she is killed by Dagon and Sleipnir.
Badass Bookworm: Sphinx is a lot more powerful than her appearance suggests. Her only direct fight with the Magirangers is a Curb-Stomp Battle. And in the last episode, she utterly trounces Dagon in a matter of seconds.
Blood Knight: Drake, who isn't even interested in reviving N. Ma, just rampaging across the surface and breaking stuff.
When they first appear, the Magirangers attempt to fight them with Magi Legend. Sleipnir blocks their Finishing Move with his shield and defeats Magi Legend with a single blow.
Ifrit easily defeats Travelion when Magi Shine tries to fight him one his own.
Drake, annoyed with having to wait, leaves for the surface and easily Travelion as a giant and Magi Shine while human sized.
Gorgon facing the Magi Rangers, sans Kai and Houka, easily beats them.
Drake easily defeats Travelion and Magi Legend when he finally gets chosen to rampage on the surface. Continuing to fight him leads to a Curb Stomp Cushion as Kai managed to get a lucky hit on his weak point, and Snowgel managed to hold out against him before being overpowered. Ironically when she tried to fight him alongside the Magirangers, this was the result.
Sleipnir getting sent up by Dagon leads to this. Magi Legend isn't beaten in a single hit but is still no match for him. Drake meanwhile overwhelms Travelion until Isamu showed up, beat Sleipnir and sent him back to Infershia.
Titan dished a curb stomp to Isamu of all people, breaking his shield. He goes on to one shot Magi Legend and Travelion.
Wyvern dishes these out to Titan and the Magirangers in all their encounters up until Isamu returns and hits him with one.
Sphinx easily defeats Travelion and Magi Legend. Only her HeelFace Turn stops her from killing the Magirangers.
The Dragon: Sleipnir is Dagon's best fighter and serves him loyally to the end.
Dragon-in-Chief: Dagon to N Ma. Unlike Branken and Meemy, however, he is demoted to simply The Dragon after N Ma shows up.
Dumbass Has a Point: Drake mostly comes off as a dumb brute who wants to break things, but he rightly points out that following the Dark Precepts isn't causing any sign of N Ma's return. This causes Dagon to investigate and find the source.
In Name Only: Despite being named as such, Sleipner doesn't have anything in common with the creature his named after. Not even his appearance would cut it.
Jerkass: All of them save Titan have shades of this, but Dagon takes the cake.
The Juggernaut: Drake, it takes almost two straight episodes of fighting to take him down because his indestructible armor allows him to No-Sell any attack launched on him.
Knight of Cerebus: They are the last and most dangerous of N Ma's minions encountered. Their appearances all make the threat of them causing far more destruction than any previous villain and they successfully bring back N Ma.
Make My Monster Grow: Inverted - them as giants are their true forms. They only shrink if they feel like fighting the Rangers on their own terms.