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Lupin Collection

The Lupin Collection (ルパンコレクション Rupan Korekushon) is a collection of mysterious treasures collected in secret by the phantom thief Arsène Lupin. These treasures are said to contain a strange power, which will bring calamity if landed in the hands of evildoers. These treasures were stolen by the Interdimensional Crime Group Gangler, a crime syndicate from another dimension, and used by them to empower their members by being kept inside a safe somewhere on their bodies. One particular piece can also be used by the Gangler doctor Goche Ru Medou to revive fallen Gangler members into giant size. Once it was captured either by a Lupinranger, it was placed in an encyclopedia catalogue that transported it to Kogure’s safe house.

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Lupin Collection

VS Changers

VS Changer

Main article: VS Changer

The standard sidearm of both the Lupinrangers and Patrangers that are used for transformation, defensive purposes, & mecha summoning. There are 6 copies of the VS Changer known to exist.

The VS Changer is also known as Change the world/Changer le monde; it is named after the song "Change the World" by Eric Clapton. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 51: I'm Sure I'll See You Again
 

VS Vehicles

Main articles: VS Vehicles and Mecha (Lupinranger VS Patranger)

Dial Fighters

Main articles: Dial Fighters and Mecha (Lupinranger)

Dial Fighters

They are parts of the Lupin Collection that were given to the Lupinrangers to battle the Interdimensional Crime Group Gangler. They have multiple uses depending on the fighter, such as transforming a civilian (in this case a thief) into a Lupinranger, activate a Kaitou Boost (快盗ブースト Kaitō Būsuto), and enlarging for battle and Mecha Gattais. All these functions are achieved with a VS Changer. They can also temporarily go on their own to distract foes by attacking them. The Red Dial Fighter is also known as Danger Zone/Le Zone de Danger.; it is named after the song "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins.Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 51: I'm Sure I'll See You Again

A unique function of the Dial Fighters is that they can automatically decode and unlock the safes on Gangler Monsters (they can only do 3 digits at a time, so two are required for Status Golds), and possibly other forms of locks as well, as demonstrated when Tooma used his to open an electronically locked door in episode 1 and again in order to unlock a key-locked door in Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 23: Status: Gold.

Trigger Machines

Main articles: Trigger Machines and Mecha (Patranger)

Trigger Machines

They are modified parts of the Lupin Collection that the Global Special Police Organization Japan Branch were able to acquire for their ranks to level the playing field with the Interdimensional Crime Group Gangler, as well as the Lupinrangers.

They have multiple uses depending on the Machine, such as transform a police officer into a Patranger, activate a Keisatsu Boost, and enlarge for combat and Mecha formations. Much to their name, they act as an auxiliary replacement of the trigger of the VS Changer, the weapon that is used to activate the Machines' various abilities.

A unique function of the Trigger Machines is that they have the ability to reset the locks of Gangler safes, making them unable to be opened even by the Gangler they're attached to.Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 50: Forever Adieu

X Trains

Main article: X Trains

X Trains

X Trains Silver and Gold are two trains connected back to back when summoned, controlled by the X Rod Sword in either cab. It is summoned when Noël Takao rotates the X Changer 360 degrees, shifts to the appropriate train, then fires. While it seemingly defaults to the X Train Silver commandeered by Lupin X, Noël can switch between the two trains easily. and separate when needed. He pulls from the current cockpit into a central chamber between the two trains, switches to the necessary form for the train with the X Rod Sword (i.e. when turning to Lupin to Patren he flips the lever to Rod form to change, then flips it to middle again), and slides into the other train.

X Trains Fire and Thunder are Noël's auxiliary trains that can attack on their own when summoned.

The X Trains have two default Robo forms, X Emperor Slash and X Emperor Gunner. While each robot form has an intricate combination sequence and cockpit transfer, it can switch between the two when X Emperor performs a handstand to switch as Noël uses the X Rod Sword to switch to the form in need.

Strikers

Strikers

Main article: Strikers

The Strikers (ストライカー Sutoraikā) are specialized VS Vehicles that are pivotal to Mecha formations. They are bigger and more powerful than most VS Vehicles.

Lupin Magnum

Lupin Magnum

Main article: Lupin Magnum

The Lupin Magnum (ルパン・マグナム Rupan Magunamu) is the personal weapon & mecha of Lupin Red and it is the ultimate piece of the Lupin Collection, the most powerful piece of them all and is the most important piece of the collection of Arsène Lupin.

"Yesterday Once Again/Hier une fois de plus"

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A treasure resembling a clock shaped like a ball; Yesterday Once Again (あの日をもう一度 Ano hi wo mō ichi do) was seen amongst the assembled Lupin Collection. In an action scene exclusive to the opening credits, this Collection piece was retrieved from a museum by the Lupinrangers, with Tooma taking off its glass case allowing Kairi to claim it. Immediately after, the Lupinrangers found themselves surrounded by the Pordermen while the Patrangers also arrived, resulting in a three-way battle in which the Lupinrangers passed the ball-shaped treasure between themselves.

This treasure was later seen in the show itself used by Gangler remnant Kazemi, allowing him to fire blue energy spheres which explode upon impact. It was later taken by Lupin Red.

The hands of this clock-like piece appear to point to 9:30, the current Sunday morning broadcast time of the Super Sentai Series following the switchover from 7:30 during Uchu Sentai Kyuranger.

This piece resembles the upper torso of the Battle Fever Robo from Battle Fever J. It refers to the song "Yesterday Once More" by The Carpenters.

"Like a rolling cube/Comme un cube qui roule"

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A die-like treasure of the Lupin Collection, Like a rolling cube (転がる賽のように Korogaru sai no yō ni) allows its user to manipulate the probability in a game (a prime example being games of chance like roulette). It was used by Gangler member Ruretta Gerou (in disguise as a casino owner) to manipulate the probability in various casino games until it was taken by Lupin Red.

This piece resembles the Zyuoh Changer from Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger. The name is inspired by the song Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan and is a reference to gambling.

"Turn me on/Allume-moi"

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A lighter-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Turn me on (私に火をつけて Watashi ni hi wo tsukete) grants the user the power of pyrokinesis (the creation & manipulation of fire). It was used by Gangler member Garatt Nargo in his arsonistic jewelry store robberies Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 1: The Troublemaking Phantom Thieves until it was taken by the Lupinrangers.  Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 2: International Police, Chase After Them.

When the lid is closed, this piece resembles the Shishi Origami (in Emblem Form) from Samurai Sentai Shinkenger. The name is inspired by the song Light My Fire by The Doors and refers to arson.

"Get big/Gros calibre"

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A syringe-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Get Big (大きくなれ Ōkiku nare) allows its user to make something grow to giant size. It was primarily used by the Gangler doctor Goche Ru Medou to enlarge Gangler Monsters until it was swiped by Dogranio Yaboon before her death Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Mask. Dogranio would later use it for his own purposes, until it was taken by Lupinrangers inside his own safe.

This piece resembles the Laser Grip equipped with the Life Bird's Tail Injector from Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive. The name is inspired by a song Get Big by Dorrough and is a reference to drugs and doping-related criminal activities.

"Who Made Who/Qui a fait qui"

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A jade figure-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Who Made Who (誰が誰を作ったのか Dare ga dare wo tsukutta no ka) allows its user to remodel any object. It was used by Gangler Namero Bacho in a bought to please Dogranio until it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 3: Take Them Back No Matter What

This piece resembles Gunmazin in his tiki form from Chouriki Sentai Ohranger. The name is inspired by the song Who Made Who by AC/DC and is a reference to art forgery.

"Dress You Up/Je vais t'habiller"

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A gymnastics ribbon-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Dress You Up (あなたをドレスアップ Anata wo doresu appu) allows its user to alter the appearance of something into a cute version. (An example being Rabroom Jaws using this piece to change his Shark Mouth Portals into stuffed shark dolls to use in his kidnapping crimes). It was used by Gangler Rabroom Jaws until it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 4: Unacceptable Relationship

This piece resembles Goggle Pink's Pink Ribbon from Dai Sentai Goggle V. The name is inspired by the song Dress You Up by Madonna and is a reference to kidnapping.

"Jumpin' Jack Flash/Jack bondissant tel l'éclair"

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A boot-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Jumpin' Jack Flash (稲妻のように飛び跳ねる Inazuma no yō ni tobihaneru) grants its user superhuman jumping abilities. It was used by Gangler Bundorute Peggy until it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 6: What to Protect

This piece resembles PinkFlash's Prism Boots (And Pink Flash's Ranger Suit) from Choushinsei Flashman. The name is inspired by the song Jumpin' Jack Flash by Rolling Stones and is a reference to resisting arrest.

"All Your Love/Tout ton amour"

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An oil lamp-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; All Your Love (胸いっぱいの愛を Mune-ippai no ai wo) grants its user the ability to infinitely expand any specific space. It was used by Gangler gourmand Merg Arita to expand his stomach until it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 7: Always Saved

This piece resembles MagiShine's MagiLamp from Mahou Sentai Magiranger, with the prop itself being an actual retool. The name is inspired by the song Whole Lotta Love (Japanese title song is All Your Love (胸いっぱいの愛を Mune-ippai no ai wo)) by Led Zeppelin and is a reference to the crime of dine and dash.

"Heal the World/Guéris le monde"

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A binoculars-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Heal the World (世界を癒そう Sekai wo iyasō) is the second piece in Goche Ru Medou's possession. Its current abilities are said to be a mystery, but Goche has stated that it enables her to look into the personality of a target individual. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 8: The Thieves' Identities

Its true ability is to analyze and reveal hidden traits of an individual. It can also be used to locate lost items. Goche used it until it was swiped by Dogranio Yaboon before her death Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Maskand then taken by the Lupinrangers in his safe Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 51: I'm Sure I'll See You Again.

This piece resembles the Sougan Blade in its binoculars mode from Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. The name is inspired by the song Heal the World by Michael Jackson and is a reference to spying.

"Electrical Storm/L'Orage électrique"

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A battery-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Electrical Storm (電撃の嵐 Dengeki no arashi) allows its user to generate electricity. It was used by Gangler Brez Arenishka until it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 9: In Order to Meet Again Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 10: It's Not Over Yet

This piece resembles the Zyudenchi from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger. The name is inspired by the song (and album) Thunder and Lightning (Japanese title song is Electrical Storm (電撃の嵐 Dengeki no arashi)) by Argent and is a reference to electrocution.

"Roll Over, Beethoven/Fais rouler Beethoven"

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A tire-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Roll Over, Beethoven (ベートーベンをぶっとばせ Bētōben wo buttobase) allows its user to make their targets slip and fall. It was used by Gangler Pitch Cock until it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 11: I Will Continue Shooting

This piece resembles the Armored Wheel GoRoader GT's Wheel Mode from Engine Sentai Go-Onger. The name is inspired by the song Roll Over, Beethoven by Chuck Berry and may be a reference to physical assault.

"Life in the Fast Lane/La vie sur la voie rapide"

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A bracelet-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Life in the Fast Lane (駆け足の人生 Kakeashi no jinsei) allows its user to run at insanely high speeds. Initially used by Gangler Jenko Copamino, it fell into the hands of Yuki Ishida before it was eventually taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 12: Magical Bracelet

This piece resembles the Chrono Changer from Mirai Sentai Timeranger. The name is inspired by the song Life in the Fast Lane by The Eagles and is a reference to high-speed chases.

"Jailhouse Rock/Le rock du bagne"

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A ninja scroll-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Jailhouse Rock (監獄ロック Kangoku rokku) allows its user to generate invisible energy barriers. It was used by Gangler Naiyo Kapaja before it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 13: Best and Worst Holiday

This piece resembles the Shinobi Scrolls from Ninja Sentai Kakuranger. The name is inspired by the song Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley and is a reference to a lockdown.

"Small World/Le petit monde"

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A ninja shuriken-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Small World (スモール・ワールド Sumōru Wārudo) allows its user to change the size or scale of the body. It was kept by Gangler Togeno Aves and then discarded so he may create a distraction to escape. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 14: The Fabricated Trap

This piece resembles the AkaNinger-shaped Nin Shuriken from Shuriken Sentai Ninninger. The name is inspired by the song Small World by Huey Lewis and The News and is a reference to an escape. However, it could also be a reference to the ride “It’s A Small World” by Disney.

"Far Away/Au loin"

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A slingshot-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Far Away (遠く離れて Tōku hanarete) allows its user to fire projectiles at greater distances, up to ten times longer. Originally belonging to Destra Majjo, it was given to and used by Gangler Togeno Aves before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 15: The Work of a Police Officer

This piece resembles MegaYellow's Mega Sling from Denji Sentai Megaranger. The name is inspired by the song Far Away by Nickelback and is a reference to sniping.

"Great Balls of Fireball/Belles balles de feu"

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A ball-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Great Balls of Fire (火の玉ロック Hinotama rokku) allows its user to shoot explosive fireball-like projectiles. It was used by Gangler Manta Bayarsh before it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 16: Because You're A Friend

This piece resembles the Vulcan Ball from Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan. The name is inspired by the song Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis and is a reference to bombing.

"Long, Long, Long/Long, long et long"

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A sword-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Long, long, long (長く長く長く Nagaku nagaku nagaku) allows its user to extend a body part with light. It was used by Gangler Nero Kilmer before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 17: Secret Feeling

This piece resembles Red Mask's Masky Blade from Hikari Sentai Maskman. The name is inspired by the song Long, Long, Long by The Beatles and is a reference to flagellation.

"A Stroke of Luck/Le coup de chance"

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A military tracking device-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; A Stroke of luck (幸運の大当たり Kōun no ōatari) allows its user to turn their projectiles into homing shots, increasing their accuracy when firing at a target. Originally belonging to Destra Majjo, it was given to and used by Gangler Anidara Maximoff before it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 18: Secret of the Collection

This piece resembles the Car Navick from Gekisou Sentai Carranger. The name is inspired by the song A Stroke of Luck by Garbage and it may be a reference to drone bombing. 

"Ride like the Wind/Filer comme le vent"

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A folding fan-like piece of the Lupin Collection; Ride like the Wind (風立ちぬ Kaze tachinu) allows its user to generate gusts of wind that can cut through anything. It was user by Gangler Sudaru Urukyu until it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 19: The Price of Disobeying Orders

This piece resembles the GekiFan from Juken Sentai Gekiranger. The name is inspired by the song Ride Like the Wind by Christopher Cross and may be a reference to property damage.

"Endorphin Machine/La machine d'endorphine

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A watch-like piece of the Lupin Collection; Endorphin Machine (元気になる装置 Genki ni naru sōchi) provides the user with particle energy and doubles their offensive power for attacks. It was used by Gangler Zarudan Hou until it was taken by Lupin X (Even though technically he never got to actually use it).

This piece resembles the Techno Brace from Choudenshi Bioman. The name is inspired by the song Endorphin Machine by Prince and is a reference to the use of steroids.

"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes/La fumée t’embrouille les yeux"

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A piece of the Lupin Collection resembling a lion-shaped censer; Smoke gets in your Eyes (煙が目にしみる Kemuri ga me ni shimiru) allows its user to create clouds that can be ridden or used as gas emissions. It was used by Gangler Zarudan Hou until it was taken by Lupin X.

This piece resembles ShishiRanger's Mythical Qi Beast Star-Shishi from Gosei Sentai Dairanger. The name is inspired by the song Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, originally from the 1931 musical "Roberta" and made famous by a 1958 cover by The Platters and is a reference to the use of a smoke screen.

"I Turn to Stone/Je me change en pierre"

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A dumbbell-like piece of the Lupin Collection; Je me change en pierre (石に変わる Ishi ni kawaru) allows its user to harden their body, thus strengthening the user's level of defense. It was used by Gangler Gabatt Kababacci before it was taken by Lupin Red and later taken from him by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 21: Foe or Friend, On Board or Not?

This piece resembles FiveBlue's Twin Array from Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman. The name is inspired by the song "Turn to Stone" by the Electric Light Orchestra.

"Purple Rain/La pluie violette"

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A water gun-like piece of the Lupin Collection; La pluie violette (紫色の雨 Murasakīro no ame) allows its user to absorb moisture in the air and fire it out as jets of water. It was used by Gangler member Demeran Yatmis before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 22: Love in Life

This piece resembles a Gosei Blaster equipped with the Shark Headder from Tensou Sentai Goseiger and is named after Purple Rain by Prince.

"The Heat is There/La chaleur est là"

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A ring-like piece of the Lupin Collection; The Heat is there (熱くなれ Atsuku nare) allows its user to generate high amounts of heat via molecular excitation. It was used by Ushibaroque the Brawl of the Raimon Gang before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 23: Status: Gold

This piece resembles the Denzi Ring from Denshi Sentai Denziman and is a play on the 1980s pop song The Heat is On by Glenn Frey.

"Escape/L'évasion"

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A signal baton-like piece of the Lupin Collection, the Escape (逃亡せよ Tōbō seyo) allows its user to constantly evade and deflect attacks. It was used by Giwi Newzie of the Raimon Gang before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 24: Promise to Return Alive

This piece resembles ToQ 6gou's Yudo Breaker from Ressha Sentai ToQger and refers to the song "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" by Rupert Holmes and may be a reference to prison breakout.

"Doctor, Doctor/Docteur, docteur"

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A piece of the Lupin Collection resembling a blood pressure monitor, the Doctor, doctor (医者医者 Isha isha) allows its user to completely heal from severe injury and/or damage. It was used by Raimon Gaorufang of the Raimon Gang before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 25: Make it the Strongest

This piece resembles half of the Twin Brace from Choujuu Sentai Liveman and the title alludes to the song Doctor Doctor by UFO.

"Life is a Flower/La vie est une fleur"

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A blade-like treasure of the Lupin Collection, the Life is a Flower (人生は花 Jinsei wa hana) allows its user to create a smokescreen of blossoms. It was used by Magooda Pone before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger + Keisatsu Sentai Patranger ~The Ultimate Weird Combination!~

This piece resembles the Mechanical Blade Kiba from Seijuu Sentai Gingaman, and its name comes from the song "Life is a flower" by Ace of Base.

"Welcome to the Jungle/Bienvenue à la jungle"

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A magnifying glass-like treasure of the Lupin Collection, the Welcome to the Jungle (ジャングルへようこそ Janguru e yōkoso) allows its user to create vines to tie up any chosen opponents. It was used by Wilson before it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger en Film

This piece resembles the Ginga Brace from Seijuu Sentai Gingaman; the title alludes to the song Welcome to the Jungle by Guns N' Roses, whose song inspired the title of the first two episodes of Power Rangers Jungle Fury.

"Meteorite Fall/En attendant qu'une étoile tombe"

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A piece of the Lupin Collection resembling a model of the solar system, the Meteorite Fall (隕石秋 Inseki aki) allows its user to summon meteors. It was used by Gangler Herlock Sholmes before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger en Film

This piece resembles Shishi Red Orion's Saiko Kyutama from Uchu Sentai Kyuranger; the title alludes to the song Skyfall by Adelle.

"The tiny Bubbles/Les minuscules bulles"

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Described as the "twilight mermaid statue" (たそがれの人魚像 Tasogare no ningyo-zō), The tiny Bubbles (小さな泡 Chīsana awa) allows its user to produce bubbles as a distraction to escape. Stolen from the Louvre 100 years ago, it was used by Gangler Gristo Lloyd before it was taken by Lupin X.

The piece resembles the helmet and Earth Force symbol of Change Mermaid from Dengeki Sentai Changeman. The name is inspired by the song Tiny Bubbles by Don Ho and may also be based on the original version of The Little Mermaid as written by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen.

"Shout to the Top/Crier vers le haut"

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A Lupin Collection piece resembling a megaphone; Shout to the Top (トップに叫べ Toppu ni sakebe) allows its user to issue a screaming shockwave at its opponents. It was used by Zonic Lee before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Keisatsu Sentai Patranger feat. Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger ~Another Patren 2gou~

This piece resembles Hurricane Blue's Sonic Megaphone from Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger, and its name comes from the song "Shout to the Top!" by The Style Council.

"Control/Le contrôle"

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A recorder-like piece of the Lupin Collection; the Control (操作する Sōsa suru) allows its user to manipulate humans so long as the user can speak. It was used by Pyodor before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 27: Dancing Afterwards

The piece resembles DragonRanger's Zyusouken from Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger  and its name comes from the 1986 song "Control" by Janet Jackson.

"Plunge/Plonge"

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A piece of the Lupin Collection resembling a pair of shark fins; the Plunge (飛び込む Tobikomu) allows its user to swim around through land and walls like they were water. It was used by Gangler Ryugu Tamatebacco before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 28: My Birthday is Also Fighting

This piece resembles Gao Blue's Shark Cutters from Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger and its name comes from the song "The Plunge" by The Deserters.

"Memory/La mémoire"

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A camera-like treasure of the Lupin Collection; Memory (思い出 Omoide) allows its user to remove the victim’s memories and convert them into photos based on those memories. It was used by a Modified Porderman before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 29: Photos to Remember

The piece resembles the Ichigan Buster's camera mode from Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters and its name come from the song "Memory" from the musical "Cats", originally performed and recorded by Elaine Paige.

"Life in rose/La Vie en rose"

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A Lupin Collection piece resembling a rose bouquet with a hidden blade; Life in rose (ばら色の人生 Bara-iro no jinsei) allows its user to alter the scent of anything that has an odor. It was used by Gangler Kunks Butylmercaptan before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 30: The Two Are On a Trip

This piece resembles a combination of a Dyna Brace and Dyna Pink's Rose Saber from Kagaku Sentai Dynaman and its name comes from the song "La Vie en rose" by Edie Piaf.

"Upside-down/À l'envers"

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A police badge-like piece of the Lupin Collection, the Upside-down (ひっくり返す Hikkuri kaesu) allows its user to hide their evil identity and gives the user personality traits opposite to their character. It was used by Gangler Yoshi Urazer before he took it out himself under its influence. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 31: The Gangler Who Surrendered

This piece resembles an SP License from Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger and its name comes from the song "Upside-Down" by Diana Ross and may be a reference to deception.

"Take it on/Prends-le dessus"

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A Lupin Collection piece resembling a fossilized theropod head, the Take it on (楽しくいこうぜ Tanoshiku ikō ze) grants the user unknown powers. It was used by a Modified Porderman before it was possibly taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 31: The Gangler Who Surrendered

This piece resembles a Dino Brace with Bakuryuu Tyrannosaurus's Dino Plate attached from Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger and its name comes from the song "Take on Me" by A-Ha.

"Rogues/Les voyous"

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A flip phone-like piece of the Lupin Collection, the Rogues (悪い奴ら Warui yatsu-ra) allows the user to negate the powers of other collection pieces. It was used by Goche Ru Medou's Experimental Body before being taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 32: A Request For A Duel

The piece resembles the Transformation Cellphone Mobilates from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, and its name comes from the song "Bad Boys" by April Wine and may be a reference to sabotage.

"Wake me up/L'Appel de réveil"

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A flip phone-like piece of the Lupin Collection; the Wake me up (あなたを起こす Anata wo okosu) allows its user to launch energy slashes at their opponents. It was used by Goche Ru Medou's Experimental Body before being taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 32: A Request For A Duel

The piece resembles the Transformation Handheld ShodoPhone from Samurai Sentai Shinkenger, and its name comes from the song "Wake Me Up" by Avicii.

"Crossroads/Le croisement"

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A flip phone-like piece of the Lupin Collection; Crossroads (十字路 Jūjiro) allows its user to perform a powerful kick. It was used by Goche Ru Medou's Experimental Body before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 32: A Request For A Duel

The piece resembles the Transformation Cellular Go-Phone from Engine Sentai Go-Onger, and its name comes from the song "Cross Road Blues" (also just called "Crossroads") by Robert Johnson.

"Call me/Appelle-moi"

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A flip phone-like piece of the Lupin Collection; Call me (私を呼んで Watashi wo yonde) allows its user to project an energy shield to reflects the opponent’s attacks. It was used by Goche Ru Medou's Experimental Body before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 32: A Request For A Duel

This piece resembles the Accellular from GoGo Sentai Boukenger, and its name comes from the song "Call Me" by Blondie.

"Your burning love/Ton amour brûlant"

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A flip phone-like piece of the Lupin Collection, the Your burning love (燃えるような恋 Moeru yō na koi) allows its user to launch fireballs from their mouth. It was used by Goche Ru Medou's Experimental Body before it was taken by Patren 1gou. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 32: A Request For A Duel

This device resembles the MagiPhone from Mahou Sentai Magiranger, and its name comes from the song "Burning Love" by Elvis Presley.

"The storm-holder/Le porte-tempête"

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A fan-like piece of the Lupin Collection; The storm-holder (嵐を呼ぶ人 Arashi wo yobu hito) allows its user to create whirlwinds for attacks or for escaping. It was used by Gangler Envy Chiruda before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 33: We Are The Youth Thief Brigade

This piece resembles the fan section of the Turbo Brace from Kousoku Sentai Turboranger, and its name comes from the song "Riders on the Storm" by The Doors.

"These walls/Ces murs"

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A Lupin Collection piece resembling a moai sculpture; These walls (これらの壁 Korera no kabe) allows its user to create walls from the ground. It was used by Gangler Kerbero Gangan before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 34: Legendary Gun

This piece resembles the Gosei Power Releasement Vessel Tensouder from Tensou Sentai Goseiger, and its name comes from the song "These Walls" by Kendrick Lamar.

"The great divide/Le grand fossé"

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An Inro-like piece of the Lupin Collection; The great divide (大いなる分裂 Ōinaru bunretsu) allows its user to divide anyone hit into the normal, positive, and negative side, that will kill the victim if the fragments remain separated after 6 hrs. It was used by Gangler Doryun Sanp before it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 35: Good People, Bad People, Ordinary People

This piece resembles the Doron Changer from Ninja Sentai Kakuranger and refers to the song "The Great Divide" by Scott Stapp. However, it could also be a reference to the song "Great Divide" by the McClain sisters.

"Wise man/L'homme sage"

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A collection piece resembling a wrist computer; Wise man (賢者 Kenja) increases the user's intelligence. It was used by Gangler scientist Pekka Zeppelin before it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 36: Shoot the Bomb

This piece resembles the Degitaizer from Denji Sentai Megaranger and refers to the song "Wise Man" by Uriah Heep. However, it may be a reference to hacking.

"Reach to touch/Atteindre pour toucher"

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A collection piece resembling a large bladed gauntlet, the Reach to touch (あなたに手が届く Anata ni te ga todoku) allows its user to create portals to direct their attacks. It was used by Gangler Yadogar Gohome before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 37: Your Place to Return

This piece resembles the Strongest Transformation Hand-Blade SaiBlade from Juken Sentai Gekiranger and refers to the song "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" by Diana Ross and is a reference to groping.

"She drives me crazy/Elle me rend fou"

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A Collection piece resembling a steering console, the She drives me crazy (夢中にさせる Muchū ni saseru) allows its user to control any vehicle or machine of their choosing. It was used by Gangler Jarnake Saucer before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 38: Collection From Outer Space

This piece resembles the Bouken Driver from GoGo Sentai Boukenger and refers to the song "She Drives Me Crazy" by the Fine Young Cannibals and is a reference to road rage.

"I want to fly/Je veux m’envoler"

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A Collection piece resembling a pentagonal brooch decorated with a skydiving formation, the I want to fly (飛び去って Tobisatte) allows its user to make their opponents levitate. It was used by Gangler member Iselob Starfryed before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 39: Bet on This

This piece is based on a flight pattern used by the Jetmen with their Birdonic Suits from Choujin Sentai Jetman; and refers to the song "Fly" by Sugar Ray.

"Smoke on the water/La fumée sur l'eau"

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A Collection piece resembling a spearhead, the Smoke on the water (水の上の煙 Mizu no ue no kemuri) allows its user to create fogs to hide from the enemy. It was used by Gangler Dugon Manattee before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 40: I Can't Stop Worrying

This piece is based on the Kai-Oh Spear, the primary weapon of Dodekai-Oh from Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger & refers to the song "Smoke on the Water" by Deep Purple.

"The elastic heart/Le cœur élastique"

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A Collection piece resembling a resilient bomb; The elastic heart (しなやかな心 Shinayaka na kokoro) allows its user to turn their body into rubber. Originally used by Gangler Narizma Shibonz, he later gave it to Tokagale Nakushaku before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 43: The Man Who Returned

This piece is based on the Super Five Ball from Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman and refers to the song "The Elastic Heart" by Sia.

"Master of puppets/Le maître des marionnettes"

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A quill-like piece of the Lupin Collection, the Master of puppets (人形遣い Ningyō tsukai) allows its user to manipulate a human body like a puppet. Originally used by Tokagale Nakushaku, it was stolen from him and used by Gangler spy Narizma Shibonz before it was taken Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 44: The Truth Found

This piece is based on AbareKiller's Wing Pentact from Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger; and refers to the song "Master of Puppets" by Metallica and may be a reference to blackmail.

"A million voices/Un million de voix"

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A microphone-like piece of the Lupin Collection, the A million voices (百万の声 Hyakuman no koe) allows its user to mimic any voice. It was used by Gangler spy Narizma Shibonz before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 44: The Truth Found

This piece is based on Shurikenger's Shuriken's Bat from Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger and refers to the song "A Million Voices" by Polina Gagarina.

"The wolf's hunger/Une faim de loup"

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A paperweight-like piece of the Lupin Collection resembling a wolf's head, The wolf's hunger (飢えた獣のように Ueta kemono no yō ni) increases the user's sense of smell to significant levels. It was used by Gangler Samon Shakekisutanchin before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 45: Looking Forward to Christmas

This piece is based on GaoSilver's G-Brace Phone from Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger; and refers to the song "Hungry Like the Wolf" by Duran Duran.

"Caught in the Game/Attrapé dans le jeu"

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A Collection piece resembling a pawn chess piece, the Caught in the Game (いっしょに遊ぼう Issho ni asobō) allows its user to force its opponents to be part of its magical game. It was used by a Red Modified Porderman before it was taken by Lupin X. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 46: An Inescapable Game

This piece is based on the capturing capsule (formed from the Time Emblem) from Mirai Sentai Timeranger and refers to the song "Caught in the Game" by Survivor.

"The Unforgettable Fire/Le feu inoubliable"

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A Collection piece resembling a decorative box, the The Unforgettable Fire ( Homura) allows its user to shoot out fire in a tornado-like fashion. This piece was used by Rirus Lippig before it was taken by Lupin Red. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Lupinranger VS Patranger VS Kyuranger

This piece resembles the top half of the Transformation Cellphone Gokai Cellular from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger & refers to the song The "Unforgettable Fire" by U2.

"Norwegian Wood/Le bois norvégien"

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A Collection piece resembling a decorative box, Le bois norvégien (ノルウェーの森 Noruuē no mori) allows its user to materialize logs as projectiles. This piece was used by Rirus Lippig before it was taken by Lupin Yellow. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Lupinranger VS Patranger VS Kyuranger

This piece resembles the Zyuden Cellphone Zyuden MoBuckle from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger & refers to the song Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) by the Beatles.

"Another Brick in the Wall/Une autre brique dans le mur"

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A Collection piece resembling a tablet, the Another Brick in the Wall (壁の中のレンガ Kabe no naka no renga) allows its user to materialize bricks as projectiles. This piece was used by Rirus Lippig before it was taken by Lupin Blue. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Lupinranger VS Patranger VS Kyuranger

This piece resembles the Transformation SmarPho Applichanger from Ressha Sentai ToQger & refers to the song "Another Brick in the Wall" by Pink Floyd.

"Cut the cake/Coupe le gâteau"

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A scalpel-like piece of the Lupin Collection, the Cut the cake (ケーキ入刀 Kēki nyūtō) allows the user to morph their hand into a blade. Goche Ru Medou used it until it was swiped by Dogranio Yaboon before her death Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Mask and later by the Lupinrangers in his safe.

This piece is based on KibaRanger's Byakkoshinken from Gosei Sentai Dairanger and refers to the song "Cut the Cake" by the Average White Band. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Mask

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A toy train-like piece of the Lupin Collection belonging to the Black Experimental Body. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Mask

This piece is based on the V-Mode Brace from Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive.

TBA

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A dragon head-like piece of the Lupin Collection belonging to the Black Experimental Body. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Mask

This piece is based on Ryu Commander's Ryutsueder with a Kyutama attached from Uchu Sentai Kyuranger.

TBA

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A hammer-like piece of the Lupin Collection belonging to the Black Experimental Body. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Mask

This piece is based on DekaBreak's BraceThrottle from Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger.

TBA

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A traffic signal-like piece of the Lupin Collection belonging to the Black Experimental Body. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 48: The Real Face Under The Mask

This piece is based on Signalman's Signaizer from Gekisou Sentai Carranger.

"Escape to the other side/Évade-toi de l’autre côté"

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A shuriken-like treasure of the Lupin Collection, the Escape to the other side (反対側への脱出 Hantaisoku e no dasshutsu) allows its user to liquify their body to negate damage. It was used by Gangler general Zamigo Delma before it was taken by Lupin X prior to his death at the hands of the Lupinrangers.Tvicon.png TV STORY-Number 50: Forever Adieu

This piece is based on the Chozetsu Shuriken from the Chozetsu Shoubu Changer from Shuriken Sentai Ninninger & refers to the song "Break on Through (To the Other Side)" by The Doors and is a reference to breaking and entering.

"Grow old with me/Vieillis avec moi"

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A treasure box-like treasure of the Lupin Collection, the Grow old with me (玉手箱 Tamatebako) presumably has longevity-based properties. It was traded to a member of the Ryusoul Tribe who Arsène Lupin befriended, in exchange for some RyuSouls. It was later given to Noël by Asuna of the Ryusoulgers. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger VS Lupinranger VS Patranger

This piece is based on the Gokai Treanger Box from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger & refers to the song "Grow old with me" by John Lennon. It's also a reference to the tamatebako Otohime gave to Urashima Tarō in the story of the same name.

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Icon-lupinrangervspatranger.png Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger

Rangers
Lupinrangers
Kairi Yano - Touma Yoimachi - Umika Hayami - Noël Takao
Patrangers
Keiichiro Asaka - Sakuya Hikawa/Satoru Shinonome - Tsukasa Myoujin - Noël Takao
Gear
VS Changer - X Changer - VS Vehicles - Lupin Sword - Pat MegaBo - X Rod Sword - Lupin Magnum
Allies
Kogure - Commander Hilltop - Jim Carter
Mecha and Robos
Dial Fighters
Main
Red Dial Fighter - Blue Dial Fighter - Yellow Dial Fighter
Auxillary
Cyclone Dial Fighter - Scissor Dial Fighter & Blade Dial Fighter (Hammer Dial Fighter) - Magic Dial Fighter
Toy-Exclusive
Paint Dial Fighter - Prism Dial Fighter - Music Dial Fighter - Christmas Dial Fighter - Special Dial Fighter
Trigger Machines
Main
Trigger Machine 1gou - Trigger Machine 2gou - Trigger Machine 3gou
Auxillary
Trigger Machine Biker - Trigger Machine Crane & Trigger Machine Drill - Trigger Machine Splash
Toy-Exclusive
Trigger Machine Dog - Trigger Machine Flash - Trigger Machine Music - Trigger Machine Special
Strikers
GoodStriker - Jackpot Striker - SirenStriker - VictoryStriker
X Trains
Main
X Train Silver - X Train Gold - X Train Fire - X Train Thunder
Toy-Exclusive
X Train Jail - X Train Chain
Robos
Kaitou Gattai LupinKaiser - Keisatsu Gattai PatKaiser - X Emperor - Kaitou Gattai LupinRex - Lupin Magnum Superior
Good Cool Kaiser VSX
Interdimensional Crime Group Gangler
Members
Leader: Dogranio Yaboon
Other Major Members: Destra Majjo - Goche Ru Medou - Zamigo Delma
Raimon Gang: Raimon Gaorufang - Giwi Newzie - Ushibaroque the Brawl
Gangler Monsters: Ruretta Gerou - Garatt Nargo - Namero Bacho - Rabroom Jaws - Bundorute Peggy - Merg Arita - Brez Arenishka - Pitch Cock - Jenko Copamino - Naiyo Kapaja - Odordo Maximoff & Anidara Maximoff - Togeno Aves - Manta Bayarsh - Nero Kilner - Sudaru Urukyu - Zarudan Hou - Gabatt Kababacci - Demeran Yatmis - Gristo Lloyd - Pyodor - Ryugu Tamatebacco - Modified Porderman - Kunks Butylmercaptan - Yoshi Urazer - Experimental Body - Envy Chiruda - Kerbero Gangan - Doryun Sanbu - Pekka Zeppelin - Yadogar Gohome - Iselob Starfryed - Jarnake Saucer - Dugon Manattee - Tokagale Nakushaku - Narizma Shibonz - Samon Shakekisutanchin - Kazemi
Movie-Exclusive
Herlock Sholmes - Wilson - Rirus Lippig - Ganima Noshiagalda
Special-Exclusive
Magooda Pone - Nanpario Pengino - Zonic Lee
Stageshow-Exclusive
Will Saiber - Tezina Porcorose - Three Tanuki Brothers - Whiskey - Scotch - Bourbonne
Footsoldiers: Porderman (Modified Porderman) - Goram
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