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The Goseigers


Alata/Gosei Red | Actor: Yudai Chiba


Eri/Gosei Pink | Actor: Rika Satoh


Agri/Gosei Black | Actor: Kyosuke Hamao


Moune/Gosei Yellow | Actor: Mikiho Niwa


Hyde/Gosei Blue | Actor: Kento Ono


Magis/Gosei Green (deceased) | Actor: Yousuke Ito

    Gosei Knight 

Gosei Knight | Voice Actor: Katsuyuki Konishi

Their allies

    Nozomu Amachi 

Nozomu Amachi | Actor: Sakuya Nakamura

    Professor Amachi 

Professor Shuichiro Amachi | Actor: Louis Yamada LIII


Datas | Voice Actor: Kouki Miyata


The Villains


Buredoran of the Comet/Chupacabra/Chimatsuri/Buredo-RUN of the Cyborg/Brajira of the Messiah | Voice actor: Nobuo Tobita

The show's longest-lasting villain and provider of the Bibi Bugs.

  • A God Am I: As a Gosei Angel, he became deluded with his duties and desired to become the savior of humanity by creating a world he deems fit. As a result, the other angels refused to help him and he decided it was up to him to take matters into his own hands.
  • All Your Powers Combined: Much like Gosei Knight, he can access all three Gosei tribe powers. Unlike Gosei Knight however, he did so by killing his teammates to power himself up.
  • Back from the Dead: Three times, in fact! Or four.
  • Big Bad: Of Tensou Sentai Goseiger Vs Shinkenger Epic On Ginmaku, where he assumes the identity of Buredoran of the Chimatsuri and takes leadership of the Gedoshu. He is also revealed to be this for the entirety of Goseiger, as the other villains were just pawns in his Evil Plan.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Prior to The Reveal about him, Master Headder told the Goseigers how the Yuumajuu were imprisoned by the most powerful angel in the Gosei World. Next episode, it's revealed that he was that angel.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: In spades. So far he has betrayed everyone he's worked for, be they the Warstar, Yuumajuu, Matrintis, or in his early days the Gosei angels.
  • Dark Messiah: As a fallen Gosei Angel, his true plan was to destroy the earth and remake it into his own image as its savior.
  • Demoted to Dragon: In Gokaiger Goseiger 199 Hero Great Battle, where he becomes a henchman of the Black Cross King after being revived by him.
  • Enigmatic Minion: He's served as a member of every villain organization the Goseigers have faced, yet his true identity and plans remain a mystery. He's eventually revealed to be a fallen Gosei Angel.
  • Eviler Than Thou: After getting his memories back, he spectacularly betrays Robogog by finishing him off.
  • Evil Genius: Served as this to the Warstar, acting as their tactician and providing them with intel on the Gosei Angels.
  • Fallen Hero: Used to be a Gosei Angel before he turned evil. Hell, he even has his own Headders!
  • Irony: In the Final Battle with the Matrintis, Hyde comments that he's not their final opponent, Robogog is. Come the next episode, Hyde is proven wrong.
  • It's All About Me: While he claims to be a Knight Templar trying to cleanse the world of corruption and start anew, his actions (especially his Chronic Backstabbing Disorder), obviously show that he is only out for himself.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Robogog removes his memories after reviving him as a cyborg. Of course, he never deleted the file, so Metal-Alice was able to put them right back with a flash-drive, and BuredoRUN finished Robogog not too long after.
  • Me's a Crowd: In various movies, he tends to summon clones of himself assuming the forms he previously used.
  • Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: When counting his various disguises, he's a fallen Gosei Angel disguised as a life form from outer space/demonic cryptid/cyborg.
  • Not Quite Dead: Three times. Four times if you count the Shinkenger crossover movie. Five if you count The Gokaiger Goseiger 199 Hero movie and six if you count his reappearance in the Super Hero Taisen movie.
  • Out-Gambitted: He attempted to seal the Yuumajuu and Goseigers in the Ellrai Box, however, Makuin and Kinggon anticipated his deception and swapped it out with a fake.
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: Named after Blade Runner and Brazil, both films where protagonists rebel against corrupt and imperfect systems, fitting for Brajira, or more appropriately, how he is in his own head.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": It is unclear whether his name is meant to be spelled Buredoran or Bladerun. His rebuilt form only reduces the conflict area: it's either BladeRUN or BuredoRUN.
    • This could stem from him being named after the film Blade Runner which is called ブレードランナー (Burēdo Rannā) in Japan so Bladerun might be a literal translation.
    • His true form could also be called Brazila, after the movie whose name it's derived from
    • MFC subs spelled his true form Brajil, citing the Terry Gilliam movie Brazil as his name sake.
  • The Starscream: He's plotted to betray every villain group he's affiliated with, including his own associates.
  • Thanatos Gambit: The deaths of his minions allow his Earth Salvation Plan to enter its final stages.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: After Metal Alice helps him regain his memories and enables him to get rid of Robogog, he rewards her by destroying her for good.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Shows this off to the Goseigers when he finally reveals his true form, cycling through his three previous in order of appearance. He even used a Camoumirage technique!
  • Weapon of Choice
  • We Can Rebuild Him: After his second defeat, Robogog revives him as Buredo-RUN of the Cyborg.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He attacks Nozomu for attempting to warn the Goseigers about defeating Bari-Boru-Dara.

Warstar (Epics 1-16)

    Great King Mons Drake of the Planet 

Great King Mons Drake of the Planet | Voice actor: Shozo Iizuka

  • An Axe to Grind: His signature weapon, the Drake Tomahawk.
  • Benevolent Boss: Other than blasting Buredoran twice in Epic 13, he seems to be a decent boss to his forces and was genuinely saddened by Dereputa's (supposed) death. This in contrast to the Matrintis' Bad Boss Robogog.
  • Big Bad: Kicks off the plot by sending Dereputa to destroy the Heaven's Tower.
  • Colony Drop: Attempts this twice, first by trying to get the moon to collide with the Earth using his Gravity Fall technique and later by attempting to crash the Indevader into the Earth to incinerate all life on it.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Get's defeated about a quarter of the way through and is soon replaced by the Yuumajuu.
    Dereputa of the Meteor 

Dereputa of the Meteor | Voice Actor: Rikiya Koyama

Yuumajuu (Epics 17-32)

    Makuin of the Blob 

Makuin of the Blob | Voice actor: Chafurin

  • Disc Two Final Boss: He for about as many episodes as Mons Drake did and gets killed halfway through, allowing the Matrintis to take center stage.
  • Humans Are Bastards: He tells the Goseigers this in a Breaking Speech to them in the middle of a battle. However, Nozumu manages to snap them out of their broken stupor.
  • Meaningful Name: His namesake is The Blob (1958). Rendered in Japanese, of course.
  • Silly Walk: A rare live-action example. He just seems to shuffle around whenever is lower half isn't on-screen, and tends to spin in a circle as he walks around someone else.
  • Villainous Friendship: A Type 1 with his second, Kinggon. They have a hefty amount of respect for one another, and dialogue between the two implies they've been life-long friends. They brag about it to Buredoran after they foil his scheme to split them up.
    Kinggon of the Bigfoot 

Kinggon of the Bigfoot | Voice Actor: Kousuke Takaguchi

  • Boisterous Bruiser
  • The Brute: The strongman of the Yuumajuu.
  • Dumb Muscle: Subverted, as Buredoran found out the hard way.
  • Meaningful Name: Named after King Kong, and like Dereputa, has a lot of similarities, though appearance wise.
  • Rule of Three: He will say a word three times in a row for emphasis. Emphasis! Emphasis!
  • Villainous Friendship: A Type 1 with his superior, Makuin. They have a hefty amount of respect for one another, and their dialogue implies that they've been life-long friends. They brag about it to Buredoran after they foil his scheme to split them up.

Matrintis (Epics 33-44)

    Robogog of the 10-sai 

Robogog of the 10-sai | Voice Actor: Jurota Kosugi

  • Bad Boss: While the other villains certainly weren't opposed to hurting their own minions, Robogog takes it to a whole new level. If any of his Matroids fail him in even the smallest degree, he flies into a blind rage, stomping them, electrocuting them, and calling them "low-spec trash". If he doesn't decide to kill them right then and there, he'll attach a bomb to their body and threaten to blow them up if they fail him again. Justified since Robogog believes that fear is the most efficient way to rule others and he will not make ANY exceptions.
  • Big Bad: With the Yuumajuu out of the way and Buredoran brainwashed to be his minion, Robogog becomes the main threat to Earth soon after his first appearance. At least until Buredo-RUN regains his memories.
  • Disc Three Final Boss: After being reduced to a head by the Goseigers, Buredo-RUN, appears and finishes him off.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Due to his harsh treatment of Metal Alice, she was willing to go behind his back and restore Buredoran's memories, allowing him to be a Spanner in the Works with his plans and ultimately destroy him.
  • Insane Troll Logic: When Metal Alice brought Buredoran back because his conversion was unstable, he punished Metal Alice with his Punishment Bomb for not staying to finish off the Goseigers, claiming that retreating for repairs was an irrational decision.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: It's hard to feel sorry for Robogog when Brajira pulls an Eviler Than Thou on him given just how much of a Bad Boss and utter bastard he was.
  • Never My Fault: He always pins the failure of his plans on the Matroids that carry them out. He conveniently ignores the fact that, since he personally builds all of his Matroids, faulty construction might be a factor...
  • Punny Name: His title 'Tensai/Genius' is written as '10sai' to highlight his mastery over 10 special skills.
  • Taking You with Me: Tries to destroy himself, the Goseigers and a tenth of the planet when they remind him of his humanity.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: After he resurrected Buredoran, all of his plans were stymied.
  • Was Once a Man: He was originally a human scientist before transferring his mind into a robot body.
    Metal Alice of the Agent 

Metal Alice of the Agent | Voice Actress: Marina Inoue

  • The Dragon: To Robogog, on account of being his assistant.


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