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Samurai Gattai Series #3- Tora Origami


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Like I said, about 3 times, this was the 18th generation of Shinkengers, not the 13th. & the "Kyuryu" Origami is called the Kyoryu Origami.

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Posted by ProjectW on 7 February, 2010 - 10:42

Where's the origami unicorn?

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Posted by Destroy All Pod... on 7 February, 2010 - 11:53
Speaking as someone who

Speaking as someone who knows nothing about Power Rangers,has never seen more than maybe 4 episodes,and has never bought and probably will never buy a toy,this guy looks pretty awesome on his own,and pretty cool connected with the main zord.

This is the first PR zord I thought was really cool since the green Mechagodzilla guy from the original.

They are called "zords",right?

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Posted by kidnicky on 7 February, 2010 - 11:56
Power Rangers uses the

Power Rangers uses the generic phrase "zord", "Zords", "Megazord", etc. for all of their series to describe the mecha. However, there is slight variation with each- Zord Attack Vehicles, Animal Spirits/Spirit Zords, Driver Zords, Titanzords, SPD Zords, Dino Zords, Ninja Zords (aka Wind/Thunder/Samurai Zords), Wild Zords, etc.

The Super Sentai Series are not held to the same standard, and are referred to uniquely in each show- Origami, Engines, Geki Beasts, Gougou Vehicles, MagiMajin, Deka Machines, Bakuryuu, Shinobi Machines, Power Animals, etc. Otherwise we simply say mecha, robos/robots, etc. to generically describe them.
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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 7 February, 2010 - 13:27
That's not legs

more like tentacles to me... :D btw good luck completing the other origami, Eva... I haven't touch the Shinkenger series as I'm still catching up old series that I miss...

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Posted by Berserk on 7 February, 2010 - 19:17

With those stump legs it looks kinda like a piñata.

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Posted by Destroy All Pod... on 7 February, 2010 - 19:44
is the original helmet stored

is the original helmet stored somewhere else? or is it just lying around?

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Posted by lpoi on 14 February, 2011 - 06:36
No, it just magically

No, it just magically disappears.

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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 14 February, 2011 - 12:16
Probably common knowledge by

Probably common knowledge by now, but Shinken-Oh's 'standard' helmet can be stored in the other combos. For Samurai-Ha-Oh, it stores within a specifically made spot within Ushi Origami/Mougyodai-Oh. As for the rest of the combos that don't use it, the helmet goes back into the Ryuu Origami. I've seen a video or so that shows that that's where the helmet goes, and it may have already been covered in one of the videos for CDX...

But I bet the instructions don't tell you this.

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Posted by Detective Barricade on 8 May, 2011 - 09:33
Yeah, I found that out AFTER

Yeah, I found that out AFTER I posted this review. ^^

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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 8 May, 2011 - 22:14