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**Kiramai Yellow - Upside-down version of [[Gouki|GingaBlue]].
 
**Kiramai Yellow - Upside-down version of [[Gouki|GingaBlue]].
 
**Kiramai Green - [[Shouhei Yokkaichi|OhGreen]] & [[Minoru Uesugi|Green Racer]]
 
**Kiramai Green - [[Shouhei Yokkaichi|OhGreen]] & [[Minoru Uesugi|Green Racer]]
**Kiramai Blue - [[DekaYellow]]
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**Kiramai Blue - [[DekaRed]]
 
**Kiramai Pink - [[Gaku Washio|GaoYellow]]
 
**Kiramai Pink - [[Gaku Washio|GaoYellow]]
 
**Kiramai Silver - Upside-down version of [[AbareBlue]].
 
**Kiramai Silver - Upside-down version of [[AbareBlue]].

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This article is about a/an set of rangers in Mashin Sentai Kiramager.
"Arriving in a spark! Solving in a flash! Mashin Sentai Kiramager!"
―Team introduction[src]

The Kiramagers are the 45th Super Sentai. They are a team of gem/machine-themed rangers that use the power of vehicles known as “Mashin” to fight the evil Dark Empire Yodonheim.

Team Members

Kiramager members

From left to right: Princess Mabushina, Shiguru Oshikiri, Sayo Oharu, Juru Atsuta, Sena Hayami, Tametomo Imizu, Muryou Hakataminami

Designation Name Actor
Kiramai Red Juru Atsuta Rio Komiya
Kiramai Yellow Tametomo Imizu Rui Kihara
Kiramai Green Sena Hayami Yume Shinjo
Kiramai Blue Shiguru Oshikiri Atomu Mizuishi
Kiramai Pink Sayo Oharu Mio Kudo
Kiramai Silver Takamichi Crystalia[1] Shoji Kohei[1]

Team History

Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger VS Lupinranger VS Patranger

to be added

Episode ZERO

Fleeing the destruction of her home of Crystalia, Princess Mabushina fled to Earth with the five Kiramai Stones to seek out people to fight the Dark Empire Yodonheim. With the help of CARAT and the sentient Kiramai Stones, Mabushina was able to find help from four humans to become the Kiramagers, although the Red Kiramai Stone was let loose to search for his partner by himself.

Arsenal

Main article: Arsenal (Kiramager)

Transformation Devices

Individual Weapons and Team Weapon

Sidearms

Other Devices

Mecha

Main article: Mecha (Kiramager)

Main

Legend: piloted mecha, 2-person mecha, auxiliary mecha

Auxiliary

Additional Formations


Kiramagers

Notes

  • The Kiramagers are the first Sentai 5-member team to have the original Red-Blue-Yellow-Green-Pink color combination since ToQgers.
    • This team is also the first 5-member team and the Red-Blue-Yellow-Green-Pink combination team to have female core Green Ranger.
    • This team is also the first Red-Blue-Yellow-Green-Pink combination team with two female rangers where all three of the primary color rangers are male.
  • Many of the Kiramagers' visors share some similarities to previous Super Sentai members.
  • This is the second Sentai team to feature a female Green Ranger after the Kyurangers.
  • This is the first Sentai team since Gaorangers to have Red Ranger replacing Yellow Ranger as the new team leader.
  • This is the second Sentai team to use Gemstones as Sentai Team's motif after the Goggle V.
  • The method that Kiramai Stones transform into respective Mashin is similar to Shinkengers's Origami System.
    • Kiramai Stone Tower is also similar to Shinkengers's ShinkenOh Oden Formation.
  • The design on each Kiramagers chest of their suit might relate to the type of vehicle their respective Mashin is based on.
    • Red, Yellow, and Green have a black circular line around their chest with numerous broken white lines which might represent a highway road representing that their respective Mashin are based on land-based vehicles. The colors may be based on a traffic light.
    • Blue and Pink have a black circular line around their chest with a completely solid white line on it this might relate to their respective Mashin being based on Flying vehicles as the solid white line might be based on a contrail (a line of exhaust fumes left by certain flying vehicles such as planes and jets).
  • Kiramagers' team pose at the end of their roll calls is not random. If looked properly, the Kiramagers are posing to spell out the Katakana of "Kiramei" (キラメ).
  • The team's name were named after a phrase "Kirameku (煌めく)" which means "to shine" in Japanese.

Appearances


References

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