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The Time of Revival (復活の時 Fukkatsu no Toki) is the seventh episode of Seijuu Sentai Gingaman. It is the conclusion of the two-part story involving the Starbeasts, involving their transformation into their "Silver Starbeast" forms and their combined form that will become Gingaman's mecha, GingaiOh.
With the Starbeasts dead, the Gingaman try desperately to revive them using Earth Power. Meanwhile, the Barban plan on using the corpses of the Starbeasts to make a powdered medicine, but then try to thwart the Gingaman's attempts to revive the Starbeasts. After an attempt to resurrect their comrades with their earth power fails, Ryouma and the team suggest using the power of the Kiba Blades, despite Moak's warning that the power will possibly kill them. As they do so a bright white light shines on them while Yuuta distracts Sambash, Torbador and Tagredor. When the light fades away The Gingaman and Starbeasts are nowhere to be seen. Initially the two Beetle Brothers are pleased, but Sambash tells them their plan failed and tries to kill Yuuta. Before he can pull his gun's trigger, they all here a roar and when they turn around the Gingaman and Starbeasts are all alive. Sambash leaves the Beetle Brothers to eliminate them and they grow via their Baruba-X. After a brief blast from Torbador, the Gingaman transform the Starbeasts into new mechanical forms called the Silver Starbeasts. The Gingaman each enter the cockpits of their respective beasts where they summon their Kiba Blades, which become part of the console. The Gingaman then combine their Silver Starbeasts into Gingaioh. Bokku is suprosdes as Moak realizes that the Silver Starbeasts and Gingaioh are the Kiba Blades' hidden power it. Tagredor goes after them but they destroy him with the Silver-Armor Sword's Galaxy Beast King Cut. After a blast from Torbador, the Gingaman summon the Galcon Bowgun, which transforms from the Silver-Armor Sword. They then fire the Meteor Bullet and the other monster is destroyed. The Gingaman and Yuuta rejoice afterwards.
- Ryouma (リョウマ Ryōma): Kazuki Maehara (前原一輝 Maehara Kazuki)
- Gouki (ゴウキ Gōki): Shoei (照英 Shōei)
- Hayate (ハヤテ): Koji Sueyoshi (末吉 宏司 Sueyoshi Kōji)
- Hikaru (ヒカル): Nobuaki Takahashi (高橋伸顕 Takahashi Nobuaki)
- Saya (サヤ): Juri Miyazawa (宮澤 寿梨 Miyazawa Juri)
- Fairy Bokku (ボック Bokku, Voice): Sanae Miyuki (深雪 さなえ Miyuki Sanae)
- Wisdom Tree Moak (知恵の樹モーク Chie no Ki Mōku, Voice): Rokurō Naya (納谷 六朗 Naya Rokurō)
- Haruhiko Aoyama (青山晴彦 Aoyama Haruhiko): Yoshihiko Takamoku (高杢禎彦 Takamoku Yoshihiko)
- Yuuta Aoyama (青山勇太 Aoyama Yūta): Shogo Hayakawa (早川翔吾 Hayakawa Shōgo)
- Captain Zahab (ゼイハブ船長 Zeihabu-senchō, Voice): Hidekatsu Shibata (柴田 秀勝 Shibata Hidekatsu)
- Steerwoman Shelinda (操舵士シェリンダ Sōdashi Sherinda): Kei Mizutani (水谷 ケイ Mizutani Kei)
- Barreled Scholar Bucrates (樽学者ブクラテス Tarugakusha Bukuratesu, Voice): Chafurin (茶風林 Chafurin)
- Gun General Sambash (銃頭サンバッシュ Jūtō Sanbasshu, Voice): Nobuyuki Hiyama (檜山 修之 Hiyama Nobuyuki)
- Torbador (トルバドー Torubadō, Voice): Takurō Kitagawa (喜多川拓郎 Kitagawa Takurō)
- Tagredor (タグレドー Taguredō, Voice): Kenichi Sakaguchi (坂口賢一 Sakaguchi Kenichi)
- Viewership: 7.4%
- This episode aired along with Tetsuwan Tantei Robotack episode 5, Phantom Thief Cherry's Present.
- This episode marks the first appearance of the GingaiOh. It also marks the first time the Starbeasts transform into their Silver Starbeast forms.
- As of this episode, the eye-catch sequence has changed slightly. It now features the Narrator shouting "Gingaman!" when the music finishes playing for both eye-catch cards. This will be the eye-catch until episode 41 when the cards are changed.
- Brother beetle Majin Tagredor & Torbador foreshadow brother beetle Rangers that will emerge in the franchise in four years.
- Future Sentai Ranger Kaito Nakamura (Nagi Matsuo) was born on the same day this episode aired.
- Seijuu Sentai Gingaman Volume 1 features episodes 1-10.
- The complete Gingaman series was released in North America by Shout! Factory in 2018.
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