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A list of past Sentai forms the Gokaigers change to, via the Ranger Keys and the Transformation Cellphone Mobilates, by episode.

Ranger KeysEdit

Main article: Ranger Keys

There are exactly 208 Ranger Keys in the show, keys for 198 heroes of the Super Sentai 199, as AkaRed is the only one who doesn't have a Ranger Key. The 199th key is the AbarePink key created by Emiri Sanjyou, who donned a fake AbarePink costume and fought alongside the Abarangers, and boasted that she was the 200th Super Sentai hero. There are also keys for the fused Ranger Keys: the Go-On Wings Key (a hybrid of Go-On Gold and Go-On Silver), the Gokai Christmas Key (a hybrid of Gokai Red and Gokai Green) and the Gold Anchor Key (a fusion of all 15 Sixth Rangers). Also, six "Rider KeysIcon-crosswiki" formed from the Core MedalsIcon-crosswiki possessed by Eiji Hino/Kamen Rider OOOIcon-crosswiki, which were utilized by the Gokaiger in Kamen Rider x Super Sentai: Super Hero TaisenIcon-crosswiki.

There are Ranger Keys for the first 35 Sentai teams: 172 Core Rangers, 16 Sixth Rangers, 10 Extra Heroes, and the aforementioned AbarePink. Aside from the AbarePink key, all other Ranger Keys originated in the Great Legend War, as the Sentai Rangers and Extra Heroes sacrificed their powers to stop Zangyack's first invasion of Earth. After the Gokaigers make a reappearance in Zyuohger, they manage to obtain the Ranger Keys of Go-Busters-Ninningers (the core team at least since it is unknown if the 6th Ranger and Extra Ranger keys of those teams were collected), bringing the total up to at least 236 Ranger Keys.

The Gokaigers often change into the core Sentai team, normally their own counterparts, which are not always their own color (except in the case of Marvelous and Joe). The core team is normally five, excluding Sun Vulcan, Abaranger, and Go-Busters. The core Gokaigers also changed into Sixth Rangers before Gai Ikari (Gokai Silver) appeared. Gai, like the Gokaigers, can use a core member's Ranger Key. Thanks to Gai, the Gokaigers managed to take all 10 Extra Hero Ranger Keys from Basco.

It is confirmed that most of the keys (except another Gokaiger's key or the fused keys) can be used by any of the Gokaigers, as the core team can use the Sixth Ranger Keys and Extra Hero Ranger Keys. However, their use of Ranger Keys has always been the result of preference.

Individual Changes by Episode/SpecialEdit

Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on GinmakuEdit

  • Gokai Changes for Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on Ginmaku:
  • The all-Red Change here is composed of the last five teams before Shinkenger. Coincidentally, the Red Ranger Keys that the Gokaigers use are also the ones that started the tradition of the Red Ranger Hand-Off at the end of each season, starting with Dekaranger.
  • All of the Gokai Changes in this movie involve major projectile attacks. While DekaRed, MagiRed, and Gekired all use general projectile abilities, both Bouken Red and Go-On Red need special weapons to fully utilize their potential (Bouken Red with the Dual Crusher and Go-On Red with the Kankan Mantan Gun).
    • In an error, Joe uses the Dual Crusher without anyone supporting his attack and without the Accel Tector.

Ep. 1: The Space Pirates AppearEdit

Ep. 2: The Worth of this PlanetEdit

Ep. 3: Changing Courage into MagicEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Changing Courage into Magic:
  • All of the Gokai Changes in this episode involve main members of a team who joined after the initial power is obtained or utilized by someone else.
    • J.A.K.Q.: Though treated as a leader, Sokichi Banba (Big One) only joined the battle near the end.
    • Jetman: Four civilians gained the power of the Birdonic Waves after the first powers are obtained and used by Ryu Tendoh (Red Hawk).
    • Kakuranger: The ninjas slowly joined the team as it forms, with Jiraiya (NinjaBlack) the last to join.
    • Gaoranger: Each member of the team got their powers and first used it after periods of time, starting from Gaku Washio (GaoYellow) and continuing until finally the team is completed by Kakeru Shishi (GaoRed) and later Tsukumaro Oogami (GaoSilver).
    • Abaranger: Though leader of the team, Asuka (AbareBlack) can't use his powers initially and the initial trio utilize them.
    • Magiranger: The five Ozu siblings all join the team after discovering their mother (MagiMother) was one (unknowing that their father (Wolzard Fire) was one as well).
    • Go-Onger: The powers for this team is staggered, with Hant Jou (Go-On Green) and Gunpei Ishihara (Go-On Black) obtained later.
  • This is the first time female Gokaigers change into Black Rangers. As a result, this is the first glimpse of a female Black Ranger in all of Super Sentai.
  • During the all-Black and all-White Gokai Changes, Ahim is the only one to transform into her own counterparts (though in Joe and Luka's case, neither of them have any Black Ranger counterparts, while only Joe doesn't have any White Ranger counterparts).
  • This is the first episode where the whole team doesn't transform together for a Gokai Change.
  • While Big One is Luka's counterpart, Joe, the blue ranger, is the first one to use the key in this episode. Sokichi Banba, the original Big One, was played by Hiroshi Miyauchi who also played the first Blue Ranger in Gorenger, Aorenger.
  • As the first tribute episode, this is the first time that a Gokai Change homages another team: in this case, with this being the Magiranger tribute, the Gokaiger go through the full Magiranger transformation.

Ep. 4: What are Friends For?Edit

Ep. 5: Judgement PiratesEdit

Ep. 6: The Most Important ThingEdit

Ep. 7: Niki-Niki! Kenpō LessonEdit

Ep. 8: Little Spy TacticsEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Little Spy Tactics:
  • All of the Gokai Changes in this episode stem from teams connected to fallen civilizations of ancient origins as well as with color connections for the members.
    • Denziman: The civilization of the Denzi Star was destroyed by the Vader Clan three-thousand years in the past, leading to Denzi Land lying dormant on Earth; all five likewise have colors in their last name.
    • Goggle V: Five ancient civilizations were destroyed by Deathdark, with their remnants used for the creation of the team and have colors in their last name like Denziman.
    • Gaoranger: The civilization of the Animarium collapsed after their war with the Orgs one-thousand years in the past; they also are notable for only knowing each other by color names until their final roll-call.
  • Likewise, all three teams literally have their denominations for the team in their last name: both Denziman and Goggle V have the colors associated with their members, while Gaoranger had the animals associated with each member in their names.
  • This episode marks the only time the Gokaigers use the DenziYellow Ranger Key.
  • This is the only time Don becomes DenziGreen.

Ep. 9: Lion, RunEdit

Ep. 10: Card GameEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Card Game:
  • The J.A.K.Q. Gokai Change for this episode is appropriate because all of the members, except Big One, are Playing card-themed.
  • This Gokai Change is unique in using a special intro with the four J.A.K.Q. cards being placed on the monster before the team appears, used in the early episodes of the series; further, a Joker is added in for the representation of Big One, which was never done in series due to the gimmick being dropped by the time Soukichi Banba joins the team; thus being the first time the card introduction gimmick was done with all five J.A.K.Q., including Big One.

Ep. 11: The Serious RebellionEdit

Ep. 12: The Guaranteed Showy SamuraiEdit

Ep. 13: Tell Me the WayEdit

Ep. 14: Now More Road SafetyEdit

Ep. 15: A Privateer AppearsEdit

  • There are no Gokai Changes this episode.

Ep. 16: Clash! Sentai vs. SentaiEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Clash! Sentai vs. Sentai:
  • This is the first episode where one of the Gokaigers directly transform into a past Ranger (without turning into a Gokaiger first).
  • This is the only episode to have just one Gokaiger use a Ranger Key.

Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great BattleEdit

Ep. 17: The Amazing Silver-Colored ManEdit

Ep. 18: The Big Abare with the Dinosaur Robot DrillEdit

Ep. 19: Armor of the 15 WarriorsEdit

Ep. 20: The Lost ForestEdit

Ep. 21: The Adventurer HeartEdit

Ep. 22: Promise from the StarEdit

Ep. 23: People's Lives are the Future of the EarthEdit

  • Gokai Changes in People's Lives are the Future of the Earth:
  • All of the Gokai Changes in this episode are tied to sibling-based teams.
  • This episode marks the only time the Gokaigers use the GoGreen and GoPink Ranger Keys.
    • Ironically, those two were both Gokaiger Legend cameos.
  • This is the only time Marvelous becomes GoRed.
  • Due to using the MagiPink powers to become Matsuri, this is the only time where a Gokaiger actually "becomes" the actual human form of a Sentai hero.
    • The strange factor being that Ahim is simultaneously three different Sentai heroines, being Gokai Pink becoming MagiPink to disguise as GoPink.

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost ShipEdit

Ep. 24: Foolish EarthlingsEdit

Ep. 25: Pirates and NinjasEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Pirates and Ninjas:
  • With this episode, Joe has transformed into all 4 of his female counterparts at least once.
  • Both of the Gokai Changes used during Marvelous, Joe, and Luka's fight with Satarakura Jr. and Sandaaru Jr. share some similarities with the Hurricanegers:
    • The Livemen and Abarangers started out as three-man teams before 2 other members join them later on. Coincidentally, both teams have a Black Ranger as one of their secondary Rangers.
    • The primary Livemen consists of a bird-themed Red Ranger, a dolphin-themed female Blue Ranger, and a lion-themed male Yellow Ranger.
  • The usage of the Bouken Silver key may be in association with the Earth technology used by the Hayate Way Ninja Academy to assist the Hurricaneger alongside them, with his technology completely devised by the Earth-based Search Guard Successor Foundation.
    • Likewise, the power of the Neo Paralle Engines powering Bouken Silver is similar to the Hurricaneger (and Gouraiger) suits and powers having existed for centuries to be used in modern day similar to how Leon Giordana's technology was developed in the past to be used in the modern Boukenger suits and powers.

Ep. 26: Shushuuto The SpecialEdit

Ep. 27: A More Than Usual Gokai ChangeEdit

Ep. 28: Wings are EternalEdit

Ep. 29: The Abare Quick-Changing New CombinationEdit

Ep. 30: Just a Lone Friend's SoulEdit

Ep. 31: Crash!! Secret OperationsEdit

Ep. 32: One PowerEdit

Ep. 33: Iiiit's a Hero!!Edit

Ep. 34: Dream Comes TrueEdit

Ep. 35: Dimension on the Other SideEdit

Ep. 36: Partner PirateEdit

Ep. 37: The Strongest Fighting MachineEdit

Ep. 38: The Power to Seize DreamsEdit

Ep. 39: Why? We're High School StudentsEdit

Ep. 40: The Future is the PastEdit

Ep. 41: Something I Don't Want to LoseEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Something I Don't Want to Lose:
  • With this episode, Gai has transformed into all 14 of his male counterparts at least once.
    • This also means that all 15 Sixth Ranger Keys have now been used in a Gokai Change at least once.
  • All of the Gokai Changes Ahim uses alongside each of her teammates are Rangers that have some type of relationship with each other.
  • The Ahim-partner Gokai Changes are the only time three things happen:
    • The only time the Gouraigers receive a Gokai Change without either the Hurricanegers or Shurikenger.
    • The only time both members of the Go-On Wings receive a Gokai Change together.
    • The only time both Shinken Red keys are used at the same time, and likewise the only time both Shinken Reds fight together at the same time, which never happened in Shinkenger (Takeru and Kaoru never used the powers simultaneously even though they both possessed the ability to) or during the Legend War (Takeru fought with the main heroes and Kaoru with the Extra Heroes).
      • This proves that heroes who possess the same power simultaneously can use the same powers at the same time if they have the means to do so, which will be further proved with both Kyoryu Violets during Kyoryuger's final episodes.

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Let's Do This Goldenly! Roughly! 36 Round Gokai Change!!Edit

  • Gokai Changes in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Let's Do This Goldenly! Roughly! 36 Round Gokai Change!!:
  • This is the first time all 34 teams have been represented in Gokai Changes, as Gai changes into the past 34 Red Rangers. It later happens in the finale, where the whole team joins in.
  • Except for a Gokai Change into DekaRed in episode 48, Go-On Red in the Go-Busters crossover his own Red, Bouken Red and TryanoRanger in the Zyouhger crossover this is the only time Gai becomes all of the other 31 Red Rangers in a Gokai Change.
  • Outside three teams, this is the only time Gai becomes any Rangers from teams that do not have a Sixth Ranger.
  • The Gokai Change marathon is notable in showing how similar weapons from Red Rangers likewise Gokai Change as they change form, as seen by Gai using Red Flash's Prism Holy Sword, then changing into Red Mask's Masky Blade in the same attack before becoming Red Falcon's Falcon Sword to finish the attack.
  • The only Gokai Changes that didn't do any fighting were OhRed and GaoRed.
    • Technically, DynaRed didn't fight either, but since Gai used a "back explosion" in that form to blow up some Gormin, it is technically an attack.
  • Gai's fight as HurricaneRed was only in silhouette performing the Super Ninpou: Shadow Dance attack, making it the only Red warrior that Gai was not seen in a full appearance.
  • This Gokai Change barrage is the only time certain weapons and abilities Marvelous never used as the Red Warriors are used, including:
    • Goggle Red's Red Ruby Whip (all Goggle V changes used only the team Ribbon Spark attack associated with GogglePink's Pink Ribbon; likewise this is the only time a Goggle V weapon upgraded by their gem power is utilized)
    • Red Mask's Masky Blade (the team Maskman change used regular martial arts and Marvelous used the God Hand ability; no weapons were used by the team as Maskman)
  • This is the only time someone other than Gai assumes Gold Mode.

Ep. 42: The Strongest Man in the UniverseEdit

Ep. 43: To the Legendary HeroEdit

  • Gokai Changes in To the Legendary Hero:
  • This is the first time female Gokaigers change into Green Rangers. As a result, this is the first glimpse of a female Green Ranger in all of Super Sentai, discounting Mele.
  • Both of Don's solo Gokai Changes prior to the all-Green Change are Green Rangers who held a senior role to their respective teams which he does not share.
  • This is the first time all six Gokaigers transform into Rangers of the same color.
  • When fighting the Dogormin as Green Rangers, the Gokaigers pair up in 3 groups of 2 based on the weaponry of the Rangers they've transformed into.
    • Luka and Don: Throwing weapons.
    • Marvelous and Ahim: Boxing gloves.
    • Joe and Gai: Katanas.

Ep. 44: A Lovely Christmas EveEdit

Ep. 45: The Confused NinjaEdit

In a deleted scene, with a screencap in TV Asahi's site, it is seen that the Gokaiger also change into a full set of Zyurangers with Gai as DragonRanger, appearing before Ninjaman to obtain the powers of the Kakurangers; this was seen as an homage/reference to the Ninja Quest arc that officially began Mighty Morphin' Season 3.
  • Gokai Changes in The Confused Ninja:
  • In the all-Lion Gokai Change, Ahim is the only one who does not transform into a Ranger of her own color. This is due to the fact that none of the previous Pink Rangers have a lion motif.
  • Like the all-Yellow Gokai Change from the previous episode, when the Gokaigers all transform into Blue Rangers, they change into ones that are the same gender as themselves (Luka and Ahim change into Blue Rangers that were originally female, while Marvelous, Joe, Don, and Gai change into Blue Rangers that were originally male).
    • Also, like the previous episode, the Ranger Marvelous becomes in this change is someone with a type of leadership quality. In this case, Gosei Blue, who was the tactical leader of the Goseigers.
    • Don and Gai are the only Gokaigers to transform into Blue Rangers with no connection to water.
  • This is the first time Gai becomes a Ranger from a team before Zyuranger.
  • Luka is the only Gokaiger where all of her (non-deleted) transformations come from the same series (Liveman).
  • Joe is the only Gokaiger where he transformations with all of his counterparts (including the delete scences).
  • The Gokai Changes during the montage, outside the Kakuranger one, were all in series order from most recent (Goseiger) to oldest (Gorenger). Also notable is that every Gokai Change from a team with a tribute episode up to that point were in the montage.
  • This is the last episode before the finale in which all six Gokaigers transform into past Rangers.

Ep. 46: Hero EligibilityEdit

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Uchuu Keiji Gavan: The MovieEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Uchuu Keiji Gavan: The Movie:
  • This is the first time male Gokaigers change into Pink Rangers. As a result, this is the first glimpse of a male Pink Ranger in all of Super Sentai.
    • This also marks the first, and only, time Marvelous, Don, and Gai transform into female Rangers, as well as the only time Joe transforms into a non-Blue female Ranger.
  • This is the second time an all-White Gokai Change is featured, with the first being from episode 3. In both cases, the Big One and GaoWhite Keys are used, the latter of which is used by Luka twice.
    • GaoWhite stands out from the the other White Rangers used in this Gokai Change three ways:
      • She is the only one to be female.
      • She is the only one whose Ranger name contains the word "White".
      • She is the only one who is initially part of her season's team, with the others either considered as Sixth Rangers (KibaRanger, AbareKiller, DekaBreak) or an additional Ranger to a team that didn't start with five members (Big One, GekiChopper).
  • Ahim has the most opposite gender Gokai Changes in this movie with 2, while the others each have 1.
  • Goseiger is the only Sentai team to receive more than one Gokai Change representative in this movie.
  • During the Gokai Changes with the main villain, none of the respective keys announce their teams' names, except for the all-Red Gokai Change.
  • Both of the Rangers Marvelous transforms into during the all-Pink and all-White Changes have some type of leadership quality.
  • During each of the three all-color Gokai Changes, the Gokaigers display a different style of fighting.
    • Pink: The Gokaigers use shooting weapons.
    • White: The Gokaigers use hand-to-hand combat.
    • Red: The Gokaigers, except Marvelous, use bladed weapons.
  • As the Gokaigers go from the all-White to all-Red Change, Marvelous is seen changing from Big One into Akarenger. Ironically, as shown in Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle, Akarenger was the leader of the Super Sentai during the Great Legend War, with Big One as his right hand man.
  • The Skick Gokai Change for Marvelous and Ahim may refer back to Come Back! Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Last Epic - The Gosei Angels are National Icons!? when Alata and Eri fight a combined squadron of Mons Drake, Kingong, and Robogog in a fake fight where the villains were just the other Goseigers using Hyde's Camoumirage illusion.

Ep. 47: The Limits of BetrayalEdit

Ep. 48: The Fated ShowdownEdit

  • Gokai Changes in The Fated Showdown:
  • This is the only all-Red Gokai Change to ironically not involve the Gokaiger's own Red Ranger.
  • This is the second all-Red Gokai Change where Don transforms into Gosei Red, with the first being from episode 2.
  • When fighting the Gokai Red clone as Red Rangers, 4 out of 5 of the Gokaigers pair up in 2 groups of 2 based on the weapons or abilities of the Rangers they've transformed into before Joe finishes it off as DenziRed.
    • Don and Gai: Blaster sidearms.
    • Luka and Ahim: Fire attacks.
  • This is the last episode where Marvelous does not transform into a past Sentai Ranger.

Ep. 49: The Greatest Treasure in the UniverseEdit

  • Gokai Changes in The Universe's Greatest Treasure:
  • This is the last television episode to feature the main five Gokaigers doing a full team Gokai Change.
    • Coincidentally, the last full team change is the Magiranger team, one of the three teams the Gokaigers changed into during the first episode, as well as the source of their first Greater Power.
    • This is also the last episode where Gai does not transform into a past Sentai Ranger.
  • Like the all-Lion Gokai Change from episode 45, Ahim is the only one who does not transform into one of her own counterparts from any of the dedicated teams, excluding Sun Vulcan, since she does not have a counterpart from this team. This is likely due to the fact that none of the Pink Rangers from the other 4 teams guest starred in this episode. Likewise, she appears to have become Green Flash while Don became ChangeGriffon most likely due to the female Green Flash suit already been used by her in the all-Green Change from episode 43.
  • Like the GoGoFive Change from episode 23, Ahim's transformation into Green Flash is one of the few times a face is exposed when making a Gokai Change, due to the "Shut Goggle" sequence of the Flashman transformation.

Ep. 50: The Day of BattleEdit

  • Gokai Changes in The Day of Battle:
  • This is the only time a Gokaiger transforms into a past Sentai Ranger without the need of a Ranger Key. In this case, Marvelous uses the Dragon Armor given to him by Gai, as DragonRanger, to become Armed TyrannoRanger.
  • This is the last episode where Joe, Luka, Don, and Ahim do not transform into any past Sentai Ranger.
    • Overall, this is the last television episode where the entire Gokaiger team does not transform into past Sentai Rangers together.

Final Ep.: Farewell Space PiratesEdit

  • Gokai Changes in Farewell Space Pirates:
  • This episode possesses the most amount of teams used in a Gokai Change in a single episode of the TV series with thirty-four (each team is represented at least once during this episode), thus beating episode 12's record of thirteen.
  • With this episode, Ahim has transformed into all 4 female Extra Heroes at least once.
  • This is the second time the following Gokai Change sets occur:
    • The first all-ninja change since episode 21. In both cases, Don becomes a Black Ranger, Ahim and Gai use the NinjaWhite and Shurikenger Keys respectively, and Marvelous and one other Gokaiger are excluded from this group change.
      • Unlike the previous all-ninja change, this one includes Rangers outside the two main ninja teams (DynaBlack and Yellow Mask are ninjas from non-ninja teams).
    • The first all-dinosaur change since episode 22. In both cases, only two Gokaigers of the same gender are involved.
    • The first all-Extra Hero change since episode 37. In both cases, the Zubaan Key is used and at least one Gokaiger is excluded from this group change.
  • During the final battle against Ackdos Gill, Luka and Don's respective Gokai Changes followed a pattern prior to the Super Ranger change:
    • Luka became an even amount of male and female Rangers (three male, three female).
    • Don transformed entirely into Black Rangers.
  • All of the Rangers in the "first generation change" during the final battle have significance.
    • Gorenger: Tsuyoshi Kaijo (Akarenger) was the first leader of any Sentai team (such as Marvelous).
    • J.A.K.Q.: Ryu Azuma (Dia Jack) is the first Sentai hero who used a sword (representative of Joe).
    • Battle Fever J: Shirou Akebono (Battle Kenya) is a representative of both black and green (associated with most of Don's counterparts).
    • Denziman: Akira Momoi (DenziPink) was the first fully-Japanese heroine (which every heroine has been since, including the actress for Ahim).
    • Sun Vulcan: Asao Hyou (VulPanther) is on the only all-male team, yet is used by female Luka (Yellows are the most variable between males and females in Sentai history).
  • When fighting Ackdos Gill as Leader Rangers, the Gokaigers pair up in 3 groups of 2 based on the weaponry or similarities of the Rangers they transformed into.
    • Joe and Don: Punch-enhancing wrist braces.
    • Luka and Ahim: Bazookas.
    • Marvelous and Gai: Ohrangers.
  • Some of the Rangers used in this episode were the respective "leaders" of their team in some aspect.
    • Liveman: Joh Ohara (Yellow Lion) was the most active of the Livemen in trying to save the three traitors, particularly in his activism in helping and ultimately saving his friend Gou Omura.
    • Kakuranger: Tsuruhime (NinjaWhite) was the leader of the Kakurangers because of her knowledge of the Youkai and better leadership skills than Sasuke (NinjaRed).
    • Ohranger: Although most Reds are leaders, Goro Hoshino (OhRed) took particular leadership in being the first of U.A.O.H. to take on the Baranoia during their initial invasion of Earth.
      • Likewise, Riki (KingRanger) was the leader against the Baranoia invasion during their initial attack 600 million years ago.
    • Megaranger: Kouichirou Endou (MegaBlack) was the technical leader of the Megarangers, who was even further ahead from his more dimwitted teammate Kenta Date (MegaRed), who became Red more due to his video game skills then actual skills.
    • GoGoFive: Nagare Tatsumi (GoBlue) was the tactical leader of the GoGoFive team, generally both respected and given respect by his older brother Matoi (GoRed).
    • Timeranger: Yuri (TimePink) was the leader of the TPD members who headed to the 21st century to stop the escaping Londerz Family, only initially recruiting Tatsuya Asami (TimeRed) to use the Timeranger powers in the past and generally outranking him in leadership.
  • Likewise, there is a great "leadership" and tactical theme of the Sentai used for the Super Rangers.
  • The "Super Ranger" Gokai Change is notable in being exactly like the very first Gokai Change in Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on Ginmaku, yet notably with Marvelous and Joe using Shinkenger and Goseiger instead of Go-Onger and Boukenger like the first change (Luka, Don, and Ahim respectively use Gekiranger, Dekaranger, and Magiranger in both). Aside from depicting two more recent teams, both Shinkenger and Goseiger notably have a Super mode while both Boukenger and Go-Onger did not.
  • As of this episode, the following Gokai Changes have not occurred in the series at some point:
    • Marvelous is the only Gokaiger who has not transformed into a Black Ranger.
    • Go-On Silver (on its own) is the only Sixth Ranger Gai has not transformed into.
    • Sun Vulcan never had a change by three male Gokaigers.
    • Zyuranger and Magiranger are the only Sentai teams with a Sixth Ranger that Gai has not joined with the main 5 for a full team Gokai Change (unless one counts the deleted scene of the full Zyuranger Change from episode 45).
    • Dairanger, Megaranger, Boukenger, and Goseiger are the only Sentai teams that started with 5 team members that never had a 5-person team change prior to Gai's arrival.
    • Hurricaneger, Gekiranger, and Go-Onger are the only Sentai teams that began with 3 team members that never had solely a 3-person team change (all had 5 or more participants).
    • Abaranger never had a 4 or 5-person team change prior to Gai's arrival.
    • Gekiranger never had a 4-person change that featured the original 3 and GekiViolet.

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Final Live ShowEdit

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero TaisenEdit

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The MovieEdit

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Doubutsu Sentai ZyuohgerEdit

Ep. 28: The Space Pirates ReturnEdit

  • Gokai Changes in The Space Pirates Return:
  • This marks the first time that the Gokaigers change into Sentai Rangers introduced after their own series. As such, this also marks the first appearance of the Ranger Keys for the Go-Busters, Kyoryugers and ToQgers, and Ninningers.
    • There are some small references in each of the post-Gokaiger changes.
      • Gokai Blue as AoNinger- Both are the calm and cool blue rangers of their teams. They share a close attraction to their respective Pink team members.
      • Gokai Yellow as Yellow Buster- Both are tomboys and headstrong. They frequently butt head with their respective Red leaders.
      • Gokai Green as ToQ 4gou- Both are somewhat similar in their personalities and share a slow and methodical approach to problems.
      • Gokai Pink as Kyoryu Pink- Both share parents that want them to act like a princess. While Ahim adopts those behaviors, Amy tries to act tomboyish and bend the rules. They also both share an attraction with their respective Red team members.
  • The Gokai Changes used by GokaiRed in this episode are somewhat connected to the Zyuohger.
    • Gaoranger: Being the 25th anniversary series and the previous animal-themed one. Also GaoRed having a lion theme, just like Zyuoh Lion.
    • Gekiranger: Being tiger-themed, just like Zyuoh Tiger
    • Jetman: Being bird-themed, just like Zyuoh Eagle
    • Go-Busters: The ability to tap into secondary skills, just like the Zyuohger in general, in this case Cheetah speed versus Zyuoh Eagle tapping into gorilla strength, as well as alternately having been the previous Doubutsu Sentai.
  • With the exception of the Red Hawk Gokai Change, Marvelous' Gokai Changes animal motifs in this episode are the same of Kamen Rider OOO's Latorartar Combo, and in the exact same order too (Lion, Tiger and Cheetah).
    • This may be a reference to the fact that Kamen Rider OOO celebrated the 40th anniversary of Kamen Rider just as Zyuohger celebrates the 40th of Super Sentai. Like Zyuohger, OOO also featured a two-part arc celebrating an episode milestone, the Kamen Rider Series 1000th episode in its case.
    • It should also be noted that Marvelous' Gokai Change into Red Hawk has the same animal motif as Kamen Rider OOO's Taka Core Medal.

Ep. 29: The Monarch of the MonarchsEdit

  • Gokai Changes in The Monarch of the Monarchs:
  • The Gokai Changes in this episode marks different Anniversary points
    • Vul Eagle: Sun Vulcan was the 5th season and fifth anniversary.
    • Red Flash: Flashman was the 10th anniversary and season despite Liveman being labeled as such and a "10th Anniversary show" in Turboranger previously, as that was before Gorenger and JAKQ were retroactively placed back into continuity at that time.
    • Red Hawk: Jetman was the 15th season and anniversary of Super Sentai (Key was used in the previous episode but Marvelous was still in this form as this episode opens).
    • Red Racer: Carranger was part of the continued 20th anniversary celebration of the franchise (Which Ohranger celebrated prior), as it was the 20th season of the series.
    • Gao Red: Gaoranger was the 25th anniversary and season of Super Sentai.
    • Bouken Red: Boukenger was the 30th Season and the 30th Anniversary of the franchise.
    • Gokai Red: Gokaiger was the last anniversary before Zyuohger, celebrating the 35th anniversary and 35th season.
      • Gokai Red became Akarenger for the Super Sentai Anniversary as Akarenger was the very first Red Ranger of the first Sentai team: Gorenger.
    • The Gokai Changes into Gosei Red and Shinken Red are referencing the fact that several Sentai final villains were revived here.
    • The Gokai Changes into Gosei Red, Ginga Red, and MagiRed are meant to reference the previous anniversary teamup movies.

4 Week Continuous Special Super Sentai Strongest Battle!!Edit

Battle2: The Secretive Armor of MysteryEdit

Battle3: A Secret RevealedEdit

Battle4: Heading Towards Tomorrow!Edit

Full-team ChangesEdit

Although the Gokaigers can change into any past Sentai Ranger, and use different combinations, like an all Red team Ep. 2: The Worth of this Planet and a black then white trio, Ep. 3: Changing Courage into Magic the Gokaigers normally just change into a past Sentai team with individual Gokaigers changing to their equivalents or closest analogues.

GorengersEdit

(from Himitsu Sentai Gorenger)
File:Gorenger Change.jpg
Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship


J.A.K.Q.Edit

(from J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai)
File:Royal Flush Sentai.jpg
4-man team Ep. 6: The Most Important Thing
5-man team Ep. 10: Card Game/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 32: One Power


Battle Fever JEdit

(from Battle Fever J)
KSG - Battle Fever J

Gokaigers as Battle Fever J

Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship/Ep. 35: Dimension on the Other Side/Ep. 44: A Lovely Christmas Eve


DenzimenEdit

(from Denshi Sentai Denziman)
File:Denziman change.jpg
Ep. 8: Little Spy Tactics/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)


Sun VulcanEdit

(from Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan)
File:Sun Vulcan.jpg
Ep. 7: Niki-Niki! Kenpō Lesson/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 46: Hero Eligibility/Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie


Goggle VEdit

(from Dai Sentai Goggle V)
File:GoogleV.jpg
Ep. 8: Little Spy Tactics/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie


DynamenEdit

(from Kagaku Sentai Dynaman)
File:Sentai2897.jpg
Ep. 11: The Serious Rebellion/Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 32: One Power


BiomenEdit

(from Choudenshi Bioman)
File:Bioman.png
Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 28: Wings are Eternal


ChangemenEdit

(from Dengeki Sentai Changeman)
File:Tumblr lxcm2btbk41r8m6ato1 500.jpg
Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 35: Dimension on the Other Side


FlashmenEdit

(from Choushinsei Flashman)
File:Gokaiflashman.png
Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 27: A More Than Usual Gokai Change


MaskmenEdit

(from Hikari Sentai Maskman)
File:Maskman.png
Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 28: Wings are Eternal


LivemenEdit

(from Choujuu Sentai Liveman)
File:Gokaiger 30.jpg
3-man team Ep. 25: Pirates and Ninjas
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 30: Just a Lone Friend's Soul


TurborangersEdit

(from Kousoku Sentai Turboranger)
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Ep. 9: Lion, Run/Ep. 14: Now More Road Safety/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)


FivemenEdit

(from Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman)
File:Fiveman gokaiger.jpg
Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 42: The Strongest Man in the Universe


JetmenEdit

(from Choujin Sentai Jetman)
File:Pirates of a feather.jpg
Ep. 9: Lion, Run/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 28: Wings are Eternal


ZyurangersEdit

(from Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger)
File:Tumblr n4g1y7EoCL1qdsraqo1 500.jpg
5-man team Ep. 11: The Serious Rebellion/Ep. 14: Now More Road Safety/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 45: The Confused Ninja (deleted scene)


DairangersEdit

(from Gosei Sentai Dairanger)
File:Episode 33 - Dairanger.jpg
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 22: Promise from the Star/Ep. 33: Iiiit's a Hero!!


KakurangersEdit

(from Ninja Sentai Kakuranger)
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Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 32: One Power/Ep. 44: A Lovely Christmas Eve/Ep. 46: Hero Eligibility


OhrangersEdit

(from Chouriki Sentai Ohranger)
File:Gokai - Ohranger.jpg
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 31: Crash!! Secret Operations
6-man team Ep. 22: Promise from the Star


CarrangersEdit

(from Gekisou Sentai Carranger)
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5-man team Ep. 14: Now More Road Safety/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Final Live Show


MegarangersEdit

(from Denji Sentai Megaranger)
File:Episode 24 - Megaranger.jpg
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 24: Foolish Earthlings/Ep. 34: Dream Comes True/Ep. 39: Why? We're High School Students


GingamenEdit

(from Seijuu Sentai Gingaman)
File:Sentai2181.jpg
Ep. 11: The Serious Rebellion/Ep. 13: Tell Me the Way/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 20: The Lost Forest


GoGoFiveEdit

(from Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive)
File:Tumblr lp82xhJacH1qhya5no1 500.png
Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 23: People's Lives are the Future of the Earth


TimerangersEdit

(from Mirai Sentai Timeranger)
File:Episode 40 - Timeranger.jpg
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 39: Why? We're High School Students/Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters vs. Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: The Movie
6-man team Ep. 24: Foolish Earthlings/Ep. 40: The Future is the Past


GaorangersEdit

(from Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger)
File:Ksg-gokai-gaoranger.jpg
5-man team Ep. 8: Little Spy Tactics/Ep. 9: Lion, Run/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 33: Iiiit's a Hero!!


HurricanegersEdit

(from Ninpu Sentai Hurricaneger)
File:Episode 24 - Hurricaneger.jpg
5-man team Ep. 2: The Worth of this Planet/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 24: Foolish Earthlings


AbarangersEdit

(from Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger)
File:Gokaiaba.jpg
3-man team Ep. 25: Pirates and Ninjas
4-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 29: The Abare Quick-Changing New Combination


DekarangersEdit

(from Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger)
File:Gokaideka.jpg
5-man team Ep. 2: The Worth of this Planet/Ep. 5: Judgement Pirates/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 35: Dimension on the Other Side


MagirangersEdit

(from Mahou Sentai Magiranger)
File:Photo 1.jpg
5-man team Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear/Ep. 3: Changing Courage into Magic/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 49: The Greatest Treasure in the Universe
6-man team Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger: Final Live Show


BoukengersEdit

(from GoGo Sentai Boukenger)
Boukenger

Gokaigers as Boukengers

5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 21: The Adventurer Heart


GekirangersEdit

(from Juken Sentai Gekiranger)
File:Ksg-gokai-gekiranger.jpg
Ep. 7: Niki-Niki! Kenpō Lesson/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)/Ep. 33: Iiiit's a Hero!!


Go-OngersEdit

(from Engine Sentai Go-Onger)
File:Episode 36 - Go-Onger.jpg
5-man team Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 19: Armor of the 15 Warriors/Ep. 36: Partner Pirate


ShinkengersEdit

(from Samurai Sentai Shinkenger)
File:Ksg-gokai-shinkenger.jpg
5-man team Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear/Ep. 12: The Guaranteed Showy Samurai/Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 18: The Big Abare with the Dinosaur Robot Drill


GoseigersEdit

(from Tensou Sentai Goseiger)
File:Gokai - Goseiger.jpg
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter (199 version)
6-man team Ep. 22: Promise from the Star


Go-BustersEdit

(from Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters)
File:DSZ Gokai Change Go-Busters.png
3-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter 2016


KyoryugersEdit

(from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger)
File:DSZ Gokai Change Kyoryuger-0.png
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter 2016


ToQgersEdit

(from Ressha Sentai ToQger)
File:DSZ Gokai Change ToQger-0.png
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter 2016


NinningersEdit

(from Shuriken Sentai Ninninger)
File:DSZ Gokai Change Ninninger.png
5-man team Super Sentai Hero Getter 2016


Other team ChangesEdit

GouraigersEdit

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Ep. 41: Something I Don't Want to Lose


Geki-Rin WarriorsEdit

File:Ksg-gokai-gekiranger2.jpg
Ep. 42: The Strongest Man in the Universe


Go-On WingsEdit

File:KSG Go-on Wings Change.jpg
Ep. 41: Something I Don't Want to Lose


Gokai Changes by SetEdit

On several occasions, rather than changing into a past team, the Gokaigers change into Rangers all belonging to a particular motif, normally colors. There are also a few team-specific Gokai Changes that don't fit into the default configurations. The finale utilizes themes moreso than other episodes having themed Gokai Changes in rapid-fire succession.
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File:Black Gokai Change.jpg


File:White Gokai Change.jpg


File:Episode 07 - Gaoranger Change.jpg


File:KSG- Gokai Sixths.jng.jpg


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File:Ksg-silverchangeabare.jpg


File:Gokai Ninja Change 1.jpg


File:Zyu-Aba Gokai Change.jpg


File:Female Fiveman.jpg


File:KSG - Gokai Extras.jpg


File:Gokaiger 41 - Goseiger.jpg


File:KSG - Extra Dekarangers.png


File:KSG Double Shinken Red.jpg


File:Ksg-greenchangelegendaryhero.jpg


Ksg-yellowchangechristmas

Yellow Rangers


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File:All Lion Gokai Change.jpg


File:Gavan-Boxer-GokaiChange.png.png


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File:Gokaiger vs. Gavan - Skick Goseigers.png


File:Ksg-pinkchangegavan.jpg


File:Ksg-whitechangegavan.jpg


File:Gavan-All-Red-GokaiChange.png


File:Ksg-redchangeshowdown.jpg


File:KSG - Ep. 49 Change.png


File:Gokaiger Finale - Extra Hero Change.jpg


File:Gokaiger 51 - Flying Rangers.png


File:First-Gen Gokai Change.jpg


File:Gokai Change-rod.jpg


File:Gokai Change-ninja.jpg


File:Gokai Change-ribbon.jpg


File:Gokai Change-speed.jpg


File:Gokai Change-pteranodon.jpg


File:Gokai Change-fire.jpg


File:Gokai Change-dash.jpg


File:Gokai Change-leader.jpg


File:Gokai Change-super.jpg


File:Shurikenger & the Gouraigers.jpg


File:Go-Busters vs. Gokaiger - All-Red.jpg


File:TSG vs. KSG - Mecha Gokai Change.jpg
File:Zyuohger28PostGokaigerChange.jpg
File:Zyuohger29AllRed1.jpg
File:Zyuohger29AllRed2.jpg
File:Dice-O Gokai Change.jpg


Non-Super Sentai ChangesEdit

File:Gokai Change - Kamen Rider OOO.png


File:Gokai Change - Metal Heroes.png


Reverse Gender ChangesEdit

If a Gokaiger's gender does not align with the original ranger, the outfit will take the traits of his or her gender's uniform as styled for the team, like how Dekaranger has slacks for both genders, but Zyuranger has tights (only) for men and skirts and tights for women.

Two noticeable gender changes of note:

  • Since Sun Vulcan had no female Sentai heroes, a special VulPanther was utilized with a skirt, particularly with the multiple uses by Luka Millfy.
  • Flashman is one of the only Sentai where the changes did not involve just adding a skirt: males had full colored leggings while females had white leggings (with the colored section of the suit resembling a leotard). Thus when Ahim used the Green Flash key and Joe the Pink Flash key, the changes were made accordingly.

Stageshow Gokai ChangesEdit

For the stageshows that coincide with and promote the TV show, the Gokaiger also do Gokai changes.

File:All-Red Change stageshow 1.jpg


File:All-Red Change stageshow 2.jpg


File:All-Red Change stageshow 3.jpg


File:All-Red Change stageshow 4.jpg


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Notes Edit

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  • The Gokai Changes of Gokaiger and the Kamen RidesIcon-crosswiki of Kamen Rider DecadeIcon-crosswiki were noted by NarutakiIcon-crosswiki as one of the similarities between Gokaiger and Decade in the Super Hero TaihenIcon-crosswiki net movie The Grown-ups’ Narumi Detective AgencyIcon-crosswiki Ep. 1: Is Gokaiger a Ripoff of Decade?Icon-crosswiki. A key difference between the two however, is that while transformed into Kamen Rider Decade, Tsukasa Kadoya could transform into a past Kamen Rider as long as he was in possession of their respective Rider Card, but was only able to mimic their abilities through the use of Attack Ride Cards and Form Ride Cards, and used his Ride Booker weapon as a substitute for the weapon of whatever Rider form he had assumed at the time. The Gokaigers meanwhile were able to transform into perfect replications of past Rangers, including their original weapons and Transformation devices if said devices were a part of the suit used.


See alsoEdit

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