Super Sentai vs. Super Sentai
We are...Super Sentai!!
Super Sentai Vs Super Sentai is a massive fic project based on the Super Sentai series made by Chris X (other pen names include Bloody Tears or Neo Juste Belmont). Or specifically, the (insert Sentai series here) vs Super Sentai. It's separated between two fics: One is the original, and one is the 'Another' story, each containing different teams of Super Sentai.
Note: As this was created during the run of Tensou Sentai Goseiger, you should not expect the Goseigers or any team after them to appear.
While the backstory is pretty convoluted, it basically revolves about how AkaRed actually having his own Super Sentai team where he fought against Rufecil. He drew energies from the Super Sentai teams (who are usually victorious), while Rufecil drew energies from the Super Sentai villains. Eventually, Rufecil is sealed for the umpteenth time and this time, AkaRed and friends decided to separate the keys to Rufecil's seal into two sets of timelines between the Sentai series, one ranging from Goranger to Jetman, the rest from Zyuranger and forward (reasoning speculated that the barrier was made between which Sentai has had a Power Rangers counterpart), and the residents of both worlds cannot see the key pieces, just so the seal can never be opened. Travel between both timelines were also disabled thanks to a time and space barrier set up. The key pieces can be seen by someone from the opposite timeline. EG: The Zyurangers may be able to see and use the piece from the Goranger-Jetman worlds. Problem is, even they can't get into those worlds.
However, when Kamen Rider Decade entered the Shinkenger world, the time and space barrier began to crack. Enough for Rufecil to re-insert bits of his influence into the world (ONORE, DICKEIDO)...
When Takeru Shiba AKA Shinken Red was taking care of a Gedoushuu remnant, the world suddenly turned bizarre and he had to uncover the mystery behind it, alone, without his fellow vassals, but he is helped with several old school Sentai warriors, who are surprisingly also missing their friends. Initially, it consists of Youhei Hama/Blue Turbo, Miki Momozono/Goggle Pink, Gai Yuuki/Black Condor and Sayaka Nagisa/Change Mermaid. However, this is later expanded with the addition of Remi Hoshikawa/Five Yellow and Dai/Green Flash. However, he also received opposition of a team of villains consisting Count Radiguet, Queen Ahames, Fuwa Juzou, Mazurka and Bouma Princess Jarmin, and it later expands with the addition of Doldora and Great Doctor Lee Keflen. However, further to the battle, Takeru's vassal Mako Shiraishi/Shinken Pink became entangled to the battle and joined him.
However, the incident does not affect only one world. A year after the defeat of the Emperor Zeba of the Tube Empire, an uprising led by a Doggler monster unsatisfied with Princess Iyal's peaceful rule. The remaining Maskman who were still side by side with Commander Sugata, Takeru/Red Mask and Momoko/Pink Mask, investigated about the Doggler Monster and stopped him before he could do anything else. But, at that time, the same incident happened, throwing Takeru alone to the bizarre world, whereas he'd meet Sentai warriors ahead of his time and had to work together, uncovering the mysteries behind it on his own. The allies of Takeru currently consists Hoji Tomasu/Deka Blue, Mei/Ptera Ranger, Jiraiya/Ninja Black and Chisato Jougasaki/Mega Yellow, and recently the team seemed to increase with the addition of Rin Jyuu Chameleon Ken Mistress Mele and Mikoto Nakadai/Abare Killer. They're also opposed by a team of villains consisting at first Agent Abrellar, Thief Knight Kiros, Lamie, Gasha Dokuro and Shibolena...until eventually, Long arrived and usurped leadership from the villains, and even was joined by a Brainwashed and Crazy Lijewel. Like the first team, Momoko was eventually thrown into the world and after a little misunderstanding, she also joined Takeru's entourage.
The first team's story can be read here. Chapters uploaded: 27
The second team's story can be read here. Chapters uploaded: 22
This page is under HEAVY construction and will be updated in time. As does the character sheets.
Compare Super Sentai vs. Power Rangers which is also a similar 'Dream Team' fic, but in a larger scale and not as serious.
Recurring Tropes of Super Sentai found in these fics:
- All Your Powers Combined: Most finishers, thus far includes unleashing their special moves together. Until the Super Sentai Ball is introduced.
- By the Power of Greyskull: See entries of their respective series.
- Calling Your Attacks
- Five-Bad Band
- First Team:
- Big Bad: Radiguet
- The Dragon: Ahames
- The Brute: Juzou
- Evil Genius: Mazurka, Doldora (Sixth Ranger), Lee Keflen (Seventh Ranger)
- Dark Chick: Jarmin
- Second Team:
- Big Bad: Abrellar (until he was usurped by...), Long (Sixth Ranger)
- The Dragon: Kiros
- The Brute: Gasha Dokuro
- Evil Genius: Shibolena. (Abrellar more likely fell here after demotion)
- Dark Chick: Lamie, Lijewel (Seventh Ranger)
- First Team:
- Five-Man Band
- First Team:
- The Hero: Takeru
- The Big Guy: Youhei, Remi (Sixth Ranger), Dai (Seventh Ranger)
- The Chick: Miki
- The Lancer: Gai
- The Smart Guy: Sayaka
- The Heart: Mako (Eighth Ranger)
- Second Team:
- The Hero: Takeru
- The Lancer: Hoji (sometimes shared with Jiraiya)
- The Chick: Mei, Momoko (Eighth Ranger)
- The Smart Guy: Jiraiya, Mikoto (Seventh Ranger)
- The Heart: Chisato (also occasionally shared The Smart Guy position as she's from a tech-based Sentai)
- The Big Guy: Mele (Sixth Ranger)
- First Team:
- Home Base: Kizuna, an airship for the first team. Bonds, an underground base for the second team.
- In the Name of the Moon: After using their respective roll calls, they'd end with "We are...Super Sentai!"
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: The Red warriors (both Takerus) are the only one with exclusive purpose in their respective worlds, while the other warriors share.
- Make My Monster Grow: Averted. The universe worked as if such abilities for the enemies are muted. On the other hand, the heroes have no access to their respective Humongous Mecha either. Radiguet did attempt on bringing back Guardnoid Gash's Giga Phantom to tilt the chance for the villains, but failed.
- The second team's Chapter 14 inverts this, as rather than having a monster grow large, the monster instead shrunk everyone it came across.
- Monster of the Week: A grand usage/combination of Ayakashi, Bouma, Mozoo, (Bio) Dimensional Beasts, Space Beasts, Galactic Warriors and Beast Warriors (and let's not even get to the combinations possible thanks to Doldora) for the first team. And also a combo of Underground/Doggler Beasts, Alienizers, Dora Monsters, Youkai, Nejire Beasts, Rinrinshi and Trinoid for the second team
- Supervillain Lair: A dimensional base, based on the Vyram's dimension for the first team; and for the second team, a tech-rennovated Bandora's Castle.
- Weapon of Choice: Just...look at the pages of the respective series. The characters came back with them.
Tropes associated with Super Sentai Vs Super Sentai (Both teams, but not recurring ones):
- Alternate Universe: The stories takes place in an alternate universe that takes several Sentai warriors from various timelines and mash them in one place.
- Back from the Dead: The villains came back from being beaten, mostly. Also, Gai. Wrong at first, but he gets better. In a subversion, it turns out he's Dead All Along. Also Mele and Mikoto.
- Bad Boss: Radiguet is really dismissive and not really appreciating to his allies. Long, on the other hand, frequently abuses his teammates.
- The Cameo: Yukito Sanjou/Abare Blue appears in a flashback for Team 2. Chiron/Seelon also appeared shortly for a bit of inspiration-based Deus Ex Machina and a Foreshadowing. Then Geki/Tyranno Ranger makes a cameo at the end of Team 2's Chapter 19. There's also a small cameo of Basco ta Jolokia via nightmare.
- Distant Finale: Every character came from a set of time after their respective battles were over, and get thrown to the alternate universe.
- Dream Team
- Elemental Powers
- First team:
- Playing with Fire/Shock and Awe: Takeru
- Blow You Away: Miki, Mako
- Making a Splash: Sayaka
- Second team:
- Dishing Out Dirt: Jiraiya
- Playing with Fire: Mele 
- Holy Hand Grenade: Ryuu
- Making a Splash: Sakura, Nanami
- First team:
- First-Name Basis
- First team: Dai
- Second team: Takeru and Jiraiya.
- Guest Star Party Member: Each team have at least one character outside their series who'll temporarily help them in their quest:
- First team: Yuusuke Amamiya/Red Falcon, Ryuu Hoshikawa/Dyna Black. And according to the author notes, the next one for this one is from Bioman.
- Second team: Sakura Nishihori/Bouken Pink, Nanami Nono/Hurricane Blue. It's also hinted that the next one would be from Dairanger.
- Momoko/Pink Mask appeared in the first chapter on the 2nd team and later assisted the 1st team in the 22nd chapter. This extends to Mako in the 2nd team's 21st chapter. Both later end up joining their respective Takerus for real, not as a Guest.
- Massive Multiplayer Crossover
- Mid-Season Upgrade: Yuusuke and Sakura give the respective teams a Super Sentai Ball before leaving.
- Animal Motifs
- Big Badass Bird of Prey: Gai (Condor), Yuusuke (Falcon).
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Mei (Pteranodon), Mikoto (Tupuxuara).
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Mele (Chameleon)
- Mythical Motifs
- Our Mermaids Are Different: Sayaka
- Animal Motifs
- Mr. Exposition: Akihiro and Hiroaki, who vanished after doing their job (it's just a hologram). Pretty justified because the author admits that he's bad at making Original Generation characters.
- Name's the Same: The fact that the two red rangers share the same name is...NOT coincidental.
- Once an Episode: Once per chapter, once the core team is assembled, role calls following with "We are...Super Sentai!" become mandatory
- Super Mode
- First team:
- Takeru: Super Shinken Red
- Mako: Super Shinken Pink
- Second team:
- Houji: SWAT Mode
- Mikoto: Abare Mode
- First team:
- Theme Naming: The backstory reveals that AkaRed has similarly-named allies: AoBlue, MidoGreen, KiYellow, MomoPink, KuroBlack and their Mentor ShiroWhite
- Time Travel: Sort of, this is what the heroes thought they're experiencing, until they realize it's an Alternate Universe.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The team usually has two girly girls and one tomboy. First team has Miki and Sayaka being the Girly Girls with Remi as the Tomboy. Second team has Mei (although she still is the Tomboy with her rival Lamie) and Chisato as the Girly Girls with Mele as the Tomboy. Note: Girly Girls join first, Tomboys get to be the Sixth Ranger.
- And if the guests of the team would count, then Sakura as the Tomboy, Nanami as the Girly Girl.
- Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: In a way as well, for the core team girls, the Beauty is the one who usually uses her Master of Disguise asset well (and usually is The Chick), the Brains is the one who uses her brain well, and the Brawns is the Tomboys. For the 1st and 2nd teams respectively...
- Beauty: Miki, Mei
- Brains: Sayaka, Chisato (she's a little more tech-savvy and helps Hoji in technological things)
- Brawn: Remi, Mele
- Where Are They Now? Epilogue: For those who doesn't appear in this work, they will be told about what they are doing as of 'now'.
Tropes associated to the chapters of the first team:
- Accidental Pervert: Gai repeats the same thing he did to Ryuu in Jetman's hot spring scene to Youhei. Unfortunately for him, the girls learn about this and made sure he's punished for it.
- All Up to You: Chapter 15 is this for Youhei. And as of Chapter 27, this is for all the girls.
- And I Must Scream: The one struck with the gas of the monster of Chapter 26-27 will turn to stone, unable to do anything, stuck there as they feel that the worms are eating their very body and inside and reshaping it to The Worm That Walks.
- Asshole Victim: The Neidermeyer General Ichijou becomes a monster in Chapter 19, but because he's becoming a bigger asshole who's asking it for himself, he was killed like a monster.
- Badass in Distress: Miki, at Chapter 15. Sayaka at the upcoming Chapter 17.
- Bishonen: Apparently, Chevalier attracts ladies beyond his grave, as proven by Miki, Mako, Mazurka and Jarmin. And Doldora noted that even Ahames would swoon over him if she saw him.
- Beach Episode: Chapter 26. And it goes downhill from there.
- Break the Cutie: Hoo boy. Chapter 11 breaks Miki BIG TIME.
- Butt Monkey: Each boys had their share of being one (The exception so far being Dai).
- Call Back: Remember Radiguet's one-time Morality Pet? Turns out she had a brother, who now despises Radiguet (especially his disguised form), and ends up telling Gai about his crossing of Moral Event Horizon, making him uncover the truth about Radiguet's disguise.
- Character Development: Takeru pretty much confronted his fear of that one haunted house (which was never addressed further in the original series) and got over it by chapter 7.
- Chekhov's Gun: Miki's Pink Mirror
- Crossdresser: Implied to happen to the boys at the end of the 8th chapter, and in the next chapter, Takeru is forced to cross-dress again. Bridgets are dropped on Miki.
- Combination Attack: By chapter 5, the team learns to combine their attacks together.
- And then, in Chapter 27, both Pinks (Goggle and Shinken) combine their wind powers for Dual Pink Cyclone.
- Cool Big Sis: Mako is on the way to 'become one' for Miki.
- Cool Old Guy: Being the oldest of the bunch, Gai ends up as one, though he's not that old.
- Curb Stomp Battle: Once Gai gets back to his senses, he proceeds to beat the crap out of the monster that brainwashed him, without the help of Takeru, Youhei or Miki.
- Distracted by the Sexy: Utilized by the ladies to get out of the enemy base.
- Driven to Suicide: Mako nearly pulls one, but stopped in time by Takeru.
- Dual-Wielding, Gun Fu: Youhei started developing this style by dual wielding his Turbo Laser and J-Gun.
- Everything's Even Worse with Sharks: What first greeted Youhei and Miki the moment they entered Dai's verse? A shark. And the Monster of the Chapter's first creature to conjure to signify that the team's in big trouble? A Great White Shark.
- Face Heel Turn: Mako Shiraishi appeared and apparently sided with Radiguet...against her will since her parents were being held hostage.
- Fan Service: Chapter 8, which involves Miki doing these:
- Master of Disguise: Actually using quick-change costume in battle (rather than in the series).
- Impossibly Low Neckline: Her fencer dress reveals her shoulders.
- Of Corsets Sexy: It comes with a corset
- Distracted by the Sexy: While in that fencer dress, she purposely flashed her Panty Shot, which not only distracted the Monster Of The Chapter, but also Gai and Youhei (Takeru was Genre Savvy enough to close his eyes before that happens)
- Chapter 24 ends with Miki bandaging Mako's back while she's near-topless. Of course the justification is that she had to bandage Mako's back wounds while she was tortured during her time with Radiguet. And to be fair, she still got her boobs covered (with either bra, Sarashi or one of the bandages used to her).
- Furo Scene: Chapter 25 contains one.
- Faking the Dead: Used as a strategy. Takeru creates figures of dead Miki and Gai using Mojikara to fool Ahames and Lee Keflen...while the real Miki and Gai rescued Sayaka.
- Fight in The Nude: Youhei and Miki, while trying to dry their clothes after being dropped at the sea, suddenly got themselves surrounded by Mooks and had to fight at that time.
- Foreshadowing: Surely, those red insectoid Mooks at the end of chapter 16 doesn't mean a thing...
- Also, during the battle against Future Doggler, the monster foreshadowed the events of Goseiger vs Shinkenger, where Takeru gets Brainwashed and Crazy by Bladerun.
- Chapter 25 seems to foreshadow one big Darkest Hour...
- Gag Boobs: Gai accidentally squeezed Miki's boobs while trying to hold her off...then ran with it.
- Giant Squid: Technically, it's an octopus, but Remi is attacked by one in Act 17.
- Gratuitous English: Invoked by a Space Beast that tried attacking Dyna Black saying "DIE DIE DIE DIE DYNAMAN!", which is actually one of the possible Mondegreens of the Dynaman theme song.
- He-Man Woman Hater: Ironically hit Youhei in the 9th chapter, in which thanks to a cake made by the villains, he started developing an unhealthy fear to women.
- Heroic BSOD: Takeru fell to it after failing to prevent the trope below. It takes the socking, scolding of the rest of the teammates (recent newcomer Remi included) to get him straight again.
- Gai fell for it after being revealed that he's Dead All Along. Ryuu snapped him out from it.
- Youhei also fell for it after being revealed that yet another childhood friend was slain by Jarmin, the concept of Turboranger fighting for nature looked like a Hypocrite for drawing power from vehichles that contribute in polluting nature, and eventually the destruction of his Turbo Brace. Most of them got fixed.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Sayaka in 12th chapter, gets herself to a black hole with near-zero chance to return to close it.
- Hooked Up Afterwards: According to Youhei, some time after defeating the Bouma; his friends Riki/Red Turbo and Haruna/Pink Turbo started dating. Youhei backs down even though he once had feelings for her.
- Hostile Show Takeover: At least in Author's note. Radiguet hijacks the author's note, 'killing' him mid-typing and turns it into 'Radiguet's note' to give a forthcoming message on the doom of Super Sentai.
- Jade-Colored Glasses: Miki came from a lighter and softer Sentai series. Witnessing how later Sentai enemies do their job (with killing) made her aware on just how naive she was.
- Kick the Dog: If you read Jarmin's Moral Event Horizon entry in the Turboranger page, she makes it worse by telling Youhei that she actually revels in doing such horrific action, which caused him even more anguish.
- Also, Juzou goes further by stating in details how he doesn't care about his parents and only wants to kill people, all after cutting down Miki, who tried to appeal his humanity, and telling her that she's completely naive and weak. This somewhat pressed Takeru's Berserk Button.
- Jarmin goes up for another dog-kicking when she revealed that she tortured Youhei's childhood friend. And that's before she and Ahames captured around 1000 men to be 'sacrificed'.
- Kuudere: Takeru is much more mellow compared to a Tsundere than in his original series. Then again, we have the Character Development to blame.
- Lethal Chef: In Fiveman, Remi's horrid housework skills were just All There in the Manual, here, it gets shown along with horrid cooking. And of course, there's Mako...
- Luke, You Are My Father: Chapter 19 revolves around Dai finding his father that we never get to find in Flashman.
- Manipulative Bastard: Radiguet in Chapter 10. He re-used his human form to seduce Sayaka and created a tension between her and the team, and when there's an opening, he tried to kill her.
- The Mole: Gai becomes this in the 6th chapter due to frustration and distrust. He changed his mind and the team welcomed him back.
- Mysterious Protector: For now, this seems to be the 'role' for Yuusuke in Chapter 15. Not so much in he later episodes.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Invoked by Sayaka after she realized that the man she loved was Radiguet in disguise.
- My Greatest Failure: Youhei's failure to save that one Monster of the Week that Jarmin killed while she crossed her Moral Event Horizon continued to haunt him, turning it into his Berserk Button.
- Eucatastrophe: At Chapter 26, Radiguet was victorious. The girls were all in his captivity, the boys suffered Fate Worse Than Death and Earth is free for his further invasion. At Chapter 27...thanks to insubordination of Juzou and Jarmin, the girls were freed and set everything right
- Not So Stoic: After seeing the crossing of Moral Event Horizon, Takeru finally loses his composure and lets out a rage unusual for him.
- Ordinary High School Student: Youhei has long graduated since Turboranger, but before going back to action, Miki is this.
- Please Put Some Clothes On: Uttered by Dai to Miki during the Fight in The Nude scene. She eventually did.
- Plucky Girl: Again, Miki. She saw through new brutalities and even gets horribly wounded by Juzou, but despite her wounds, she still resolved to fight and not be a burden.
- Ship Tease: Chapter 20 teases Gai-Sayaka big time, but they really agree not to make it romantic.
- Shout-Out: The monster in Chapter 23 can enlarge his body to the point of absorbing punches...kinda similar to Mr. Heart.
- The Strategist: Sayaka, seems moreso than in the actual series.
- Tender Tears: Miki, after hearing Youhei's anguish, shed one for the dead Bell Chime Bouma. Then again, after piling up sad moments in Chapter 8, first against those killed by Gedoushuu, and later for Juzou's parents after he made it clear what kind of person he is. Then AGAIN, when she was anguished seeing Youhei being inflicted with fear of women, which turned vital in getting him to get over his fear.
- Pretty much everyone shed one for Miki after seeing her mother killed. Takeru uses something else
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Commander Ichijou of the Neo Jetman returns...and he's even worse. He also receives some sort of God complex in the process.
- Wham! Episode: Chapter 26.
- The Worm That Walks: Chapter 26's monster, with an evil MacGuffin power, is capable of turning a human into one.
- Wouldn't Hit a Girl: A flaw of Youhei, which gets revealed and abused by a Monster of the Week.
- Wise Beyond Their Years: And most people couldn't believe at first that someone as mature as Miki is just 18 years old.
- You Look Familiar: Thought by Remi when seeing Dai (considering Dai's actor played Chevalier in Fiveman)
- Likewise, Miki first thought Ryuu was Kanpei Kuroda/Goggle Black (since they're played by the same actor)
- You Shall Not Pass: Invoked by Red Falcon as he held off both Radiguet and Juzou.
Tropes associated to the chapters of the second team:
- Accidental Pervert: Hoji accidentally gets mistaken as trying to strip Mei when all he wanted is to see her Dino Buckler. And again when he accidentally mistook Mei's disguise's skill as some monster trying to attack her and ended up seeing her in the undies.
- All Myths Are True: In particular at Chapter 18, the myth of Pinocchio and the Pleasure Island is real over here, and that the Alienizer of that chapter was in fact the same Coachman who became a Karma Houdini in the original story...and has done similar thing in multiple planets.
- And There Was Much Rejoicing: Once Long apparently bit the dust, the villains celebrated that they won't have to put up with him again. Subverted that they forgot Long is immortal. Here We Go Again...
- Anti-Villain: Dark Shadow turns into this as Gekkou revealed his reasons for Dark Shadow's thievery: to return to its roots as a honorable ninja clan in the past. They just needs big cash.
- Back-to-Back Badasses: Takeru and Hoji showcase this at times. Later, Mei and Chisato.
- Blah Blah Blah: How Mikoto interrupts the cheesy Transformation Name Announcement routine...
Red Mask: Even though we--
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Shell Nejire's ability, which is admittedly and purposely based on Maskman's Armor Doggler.
- Call Back: Chapter 8 is this to Dekaranger Episode 37.
- Cat Fight: Dark Action Girl Mele vs Dark Action Girl Shizuka. Draw.
- Cooldown Hug: Mei has become fond with this, as she demonstrated to Hoji, an alien and lately Mele.
- Deadpan Snarker: Jiraiya leers to this at times, especially when Hoji spouts out his Gratuitous English.
- Damsel in Distress: Mei at the fourth chapter (including getting tied up), although this is subverted that she got out on her own, in a way.
- She gets kidnapped again into Long's custody thanks to Top Galer. However, in any time she's kidnapped, she remains defiant as ever.
- Bound and Gagged: Chapter 15, nearly everyone got this treatment.
- And Gasha Dokuro and the Youkai corps has a tendency to do this since the Kakurangers spent a lot of time being tied up in the original series. Abrellar eventually lampshades this.
- Flip-flopped in Chapter 18: At first it looks like Jiraiya is the Dude in Distress and Chisato is out to save him, but then she ends up kidnapped and became the Damsel in Distress. Jiraiya got back to his senses and tried saving her...and failed. Then both of them were put in distress, until Takeru bailed them out.
- Deliberately Distressed Damsel: Nanami, cornered, ends up being held captive rather than resisting further, which is part of her plan to infiltrate the enemy base and find out the enemy weakness.
- Face Heel Turn: Momoko returned in Chapter 21...on Long's side, and unlike Mako, it's More Than Mind Control. Of course she gets better.
- Fake Defector: In the 6th chapter, Jiraiya pretends to have surrendered and even captured Chisato to find out the weakness of the Monster of the Week. All staged, worked without a hitch.
- Foreshadowing: Chisato DID appear in Chapter 4 before her official introduction in Chapter 5. And if the appearance of Top Galer from Chapters 14 to 16 doesn't scream 'Mikoto is the last member'...
- Girls Are Really Scared of Horror Movies: Subverted. Mei and Chisato ARE scared of The Ring-like horror movie Jiraiya brought...but so is Takeru. Later, turns out Jiraiya was also scared, but hid it well enough. He confessed in the end. Hoji was the only one unaffected, because he's watched that kind of movie so many times in the past.
- Go-Go Enslavement: Practically defined the Garment of Kushinada. Which is worn by Mei.
- Chisato also gets to wear a similar thing in 18.
- Gratuitous English: Like usual, Hoji. Jiraiya eventually called him out for it.
- Handshake Substitute: At one point, Takeru does a Brofist with Hoji.
- Heroic BSOD: Mele snapped hard when 'Rio' (Actually Long in disguise) betrayed her.
- Takeru also broke down when he learnt Momoko had a Face Heel Turn and stated that his other friends are 'dead', until Hoji socked him on the face and Mikoto revealed that those friends can't possibly dead because he never met them in the afterlife.
- Hot-Blooded: Takeru, just like he was in his own series.
- I Broke a Nail: Uttered hysterically by Youkai Onibaba, when she blocked Mei's kick with a nail...destroying them.
- Interrupted Cooldown Hug: Happened to Dora Catsith at Chapter 19 when Mei nearly got it to do a Heel Face Turn.
- Irony: Mei's original task is to protect the dinosaurs. However, she ended up helping destroying one to protect the innocents.
- It's Not You, It's My Enemies: The conclusion of Chapter 8.
- Killed Off for Real: BOTH Maboroshi no Gekkou and Kaze no Shizuka are killed.
- Love Hurts: Chapter 8. Poor Hoji.
- Mind Rape: How Long pulled the More Than Mind Control on Momoko. Needless to say, Hoji considers it equally as vile as actual rape.
- Mood Whiplash: In a way, Chapter 14. A seemingly lighthearted chapter in an attempt to restore the status of the Ultraman Expy Igrec (also including Mele bonding with a human child and even got some Gag Boobs treatment)...and at the end, all of a sudden, Top Galer appears and kidnaps Mei, giving her to Long & his team. And Sakura appears.
- More Than Mind Control: Momoko was half-brainwashed, half-manipulated into believing that Takeru left the rest of Maskmen for the dead.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Chapter 5 had Chisato destroying an enemy device that she thought would stop the enemy's plot...but instead accelerated the plot.
- Only One Name: Unlike Takeru and Jiraiya, whose surnames were just never mentioned, Mei and Mele do not have any surnames at all.
- The Psycho Rangers: Not only does Neji Yellow return, but Long (through Lamie) also makes an evil Sentai like a new formation of Nejirangers for the Super Sentai, which includes Tube Red, Alien Blue, Dora Pink, Youkai Black, Gen Green, Evo White. The team's name? Kyoufuu Sentai Kyoukingers
- Shout-Out: Jiraiya uses a Chuck Norris-style roundhouse kick from Way of the Dragon
- Also per the Dekaranger Shout-Out Theme Naming, most Alienizers' name are based on names on the western media:
- The Zeta Doggler is based on one of Ultraman's most famous enemy Zetton.
- Sasuegami, the 'disguised' Tsukumogami of Dark Shadow is based on Goggle Robo, which had no representative in Boukenger.
- To The Princess Bride: "Hello. I am Kaze no Shizuka of the Dark Shadow. You killed Gekkou-sama. Prepare to Die."
- Chapter 18 is filled with this. Starting from the whole Pinocchio reference, there's also Leia's slave outfit worn by Chisato, as well as Mikoto tossing an enemy to the cliff while 'promising' safety and then stated "I Lied".
- Chapter 19, Mei found a cat that she named after Geki/Tyranno Ranger, who had a bad habit to biting Takeru when he tried to pet him...same way like how Kamineko-Sakaki relationship goes
- Chapter 20, DO NOT WANT.
- Sssssnaketalk: A Rinshi named Dokomo speaks like this.
- Taking the Bullet: Mikoto pulls this on Nanami and thereby preventing her to get whisked away from the world with the rest of the team.
- Tempting Fate:
Deka Blue: Almost there! Just hope that there's nothing like a jet stream of flame coming from there!
- Tender Tears: Being The Chick, Mei became more prone to this.
- Token Evil Teammate: Mele, although she's less evil now. Also Mikoto.
- The Unexpected: Mele is the only oddball of the team since she's the only extra ranger.
- The Usurper: Once Long made his appearance known to the bad guys, he proceeded to kick every of the bad guys' asses and forcefully took over the leadership spot from Abrellar.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Takeru gave out a massive one for Hoji after he kept distrusting Mei due to her rather hard-to-believe history (which led her to being a Damsel in Distress).
- Why Am I Ticking?: There was no ticking, but Long's latest plan involves turning Hoji and Sakura into human bombs.
As we speak, Chris X is typing up the next chapters on his keyboard...
- ↑ Only after she re-absorbs her old Gen Jyuu Phoenix-Ken powers.