This article is about a/an series entry (the 34th) in the Super Sentai series.
Tensou Sentai Goseiger Title Card
Tensou Sentai Goseiger
Number 34
Number of episodes: 50
First episode: Epic 1: The Gosei Angels Descend
Last episode: Epic 50: Protecting the Planet is an Angel's Duty
Intro: Tensou Sentai Goseiger
Original airing: February 14, 2010 - February 6, 2011
Production Order
Samurai Sentai Shinkenger
Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger

Tensou Sentai Goseiger (天装戦隊ゴセイジャー Tensō Sentai Goseijā?, translated as Celestial Armament Squadron Goseiger) is the thirty-fourth entry of the Super Sentai series. It joined Kamen Rider WIcon-crosswiki as a program featured in TV Asahi's Super Hero Time programming block, until the premiere of Kamen Rider OOOIcon-crosswiki.

The series ties in with the arcade game Super Sentai Battle: Dice-O, with the characters using cards resembling Carddass cards used in the game to transform and access various weapons, similar to the concept of Kamen Rider DecadeIcon-crosswiki and its link to Kamen Rider Battle: GanbarideIcon-crosswiki.

Its footage was used for the 2013 and 2014 Power Rangers series Power Rangers Megaforce. The cast and characters were revealed at an event at Tokyo Dome City on January 30 and 31, 2010.[1][2] The protagonists also had a cameo appearance in the film Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: GinmakuBang!!.[3]

Tensou Sentai Goseiger premiered in South Korea in July 2011 as Power Rangers Miracle Force. A June 2012 press release has revealed that the 2013 series, Power Rangers Megaforce, will adapt Goseiger (to the extent of re-using the names Gosei and Warstar). [4]

The phrase "Descent!" (降臨! Kōrin!?) is utilized in the promotional materials for the series.



Goseigers and Gosei Knight.

Unknown to the people of Earth, there is a branch of humanity called the "Gosei Angels" (護星天使 Gosei Tenshi?) whose mission is to protect the Earth.[1] When the Earth is targeted by an evil alien invasion force called Warstar, they destroy the Heaven's Tower (天の塔 Ten no Tō?), the bridge between the Earth and the Gosei World, home of the Gosei Angels, to keep them from interfering.

However, five apprentice Gosei Angels are on Earth at the time and, while finding a way to return home, they become the Goseigers to stop Warstar. But soon after, the monstrous Yuumajuu emerge from their slumber and the Goseigers receive aid from a special being called Gosei Knight who once fought against the Yuumajuu in the past. But even after they defeat the Yuumajuu, the evil robotic Matrintis Empire rises to take over the Earth with the data acquired from the last two groups.

Once they are defeated, the Goseigers face their greatest enemy in the one who has been manipulating the other groups from the very beginning: a rogue Gosei Angel who took their mission to protect the Earth to a dangerous extreme by planning to destroy all life and recreate the world in his image.[5][6][7]



Main article: Goseigers
Gosei Red Alata
Gosei Pink Eri
Gosei Black Agri
Gosei Yellow Moune
Gosei Blue Hyde

Other GoseigersEdit

Gosei Green Magis (deceased)


Gosei Knight Gosei Knight


Go-On Red Sosuke Esumi
Go‑On Blue Renn Kousaka
Go‑On Yellow Saki Rouyama
Go‑On Green Hant Jou
Go‑On Black Gunpei Ishihara
Go‑On Gold Hiroto Sutou
Go‑On Silver Miu Sutou
Shinken Red Takeru Shiba
Shinken Blue Ryunosuke Ikenami
Shinken Pink Mako Shiraishi
Shinken Green Chiaki Tani
Shinken Yellow Kotoha Hanaori
Shinken Gold Genta Umemori
Gokai Red Captain Marvelous
Gokai Blue Joe Gibken
Gokai Yellow Luka Millfy
Gokai Green Don Dogoier
Gokai Pink Ahim de Famille

Evil SpiritsEdit

Universal Annihilation Army WarstarEdit

Earth Condemnation Group YuumajuuEdit

Machine Onslaught Empire MatrintisEdit

Dark HeaddersEdit


Transformation DevicesEdit

Multi-Use DevicesEdit


Team Blaster and Individual WeaponsEdit

    • Sky Buster
      • Skick Sword
      • Skick Shot
    • LandSea Buster
      • Landick Axe
      • Landick Claw
      • Seaick Bowgun


Gosei HeaddersEdit

Main article: Gosei Headders

The Goseigers summon miniature Headders to activate their giant Gosei Machines.

Gosei Machine SystemEdit

Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ❖ aux mecha, ◇ combo-assist zord, ● other, ✶ team-piloted mecha

Alternate Gosei Machine SystemEdit


The episodes in this season are called "Epics" (エピック Epikku?). Also, most of the episodes are written in English.

  1. Epic 1: The Gosei Angels Descend (護星天使、降臨 Gosei Tenshi, Kōrin?)
  2. Epic 2: Fantastic Goseigers (ファンタスティック・ゴセイジャー Fantasutikku Goseijā?)
  3. Epic 3: Landick Power, Divided (ランディックパワー、分裂 Randikku Pawā, Bunretsu?)
  4. Epic 4: Echo, Song of the Angels (響け、天使の歌 Hibike, Tenshi no Uta?)
  5. Epic 5: Magical Hyde (マジカル・ハイド Majikaru Haido?)
  6. Epic 6: Breakout Goseigers (ブレイクアウト・ゴセイジャー Bureikuauto Goseijā?)
  7. Epic 7: Protect the Land! (大地を護れ! Daichi o Mamore!?)
  8. Epic 8: Gosei Power, Out of Control (ゴセイパワー、暴走 Gosei Pawā, Bōsō?)
  9. Epic 9: Gotcha☆Gosei Girls (ガッチャ☆ゴセイガールズ Gatcha Gosei Gāruzu?)
  10. Epic 10: Hyde's Partner (ハイドの相棒 Haido no Aibō?)
  11. Epic 11: Spark, Landick Power (スパーク・ランディックパワー Supāku Randikku Pawā?)
  12. Epic 12: The Miraculous Gosei Headder Great Assembly (ミラクル・ゴセイヘッダー大集合 Mirakuru Gosei Heddā Daishūgō?)
  13. Epic 13: Run! The Mystic Runner (走れ!ミスティックランナー Hashire! Misutikku Rannā?)
  14. Epic 14: Birth of the Ultimate Tag! (最強タッグ誕生! Saikyō Taggu Tanjō!?)
  15. Epic 15: Countdown! The Life of the Earth (カウントダウン!地球の命 Kauntodaun! Chikyū no Inochi?)
  16. Epic 16: Dynamic Alata (ダイナミックアラタ Dainamikku Arata?)
  17. Epic 17: A New Enemy! The Yuumajuu (新たな敵!幽魔獣 Aratana Teki! Yūmajū?)
  18. Epic 18: The Earth Purifying Knight of Destiny (地球を浄める宿命の騎士 Hoshi o Kiyomeru Shukumei no Kishi?)
  19. Epic 19: Gosei Knight Will Not Allow It (ゴセイナイトは許さない Gosei Naito wa Yurusanai?)
  20. Epic 20: Fall In Love Goseigers (フォーリンラブ・ゴセイジャー Fōrin Rabu Goseijā?)
  21. Epic 21: Elegant Eri (エレガント・エリ Ereganto Eri?)
  22. Epic 22: Over the Rainbow (オーバー・ザ・レインボー Ōbā Za Reinbō?)
  23. Epic 23: Burn! Goseigers (燃えろ!ゴセイジャー Moero! Goseijā?)
  24. Epic 24: Miracle Attack Goseigers (ミラクルアタック・ゴセイジャー Mirakuru Atakku Goseijā?)
  25. Epic 25: Nostalgic Moune (ノスタルジック・モネ Nosutarujikku Mone?)
  26. Epic 26: The Laughing Gosei Angels (護星天使、爆笑! Gosei Tenshi, Bakushō!?)
  27. Epic 27: Wake Up Agri! (目覚めろ、アグリ! Mezamero, Aguri!?)
  28. Epic 28: A Father's Treasure (おとうさんの宝物 Otōsan no Takaramono?)
  29. Epic 29: The Goseigers are Sealed! (ゴセイジャーを封印せよ! Goseijā o Fūin seyo!?)
  30. Epic 30: Romantic Eri (ロマンティック・エリ Romantikku Eri?)
  31. Epic 31: Never Give Up, Goseigers! (ネバーギブアップ!ゴセイジャー Nebā Gibu Appu! Goseijā?)
  32. Epic 32: Perform the Ultimate Miracle! (究極の奇跡を起こせ! Kyūkyoku no Kiseki o Okose!?)
  33. Epic 33: The Dreadful Matrintis Empire (恐怖のマトリンティス帝国 Kyōfu no Matorintisu Teikoku?)
  34. Epic 34: Gosei Knight Justice (ゴセイナイト・ジャスティス Gosei Naito Jasutisu?)
  35. Epic 35: Find the Perfect Leader! (パーフェクトリーダーを探せ! Pāfekuto Rīdā o Sagase!?)
  36. Epic 36: Run, Agri! (走れ、アグリ! Hashire, Aguri!?)
  37. Epic 37: Excited Moune (エキサイト・モネ Ekisaito Mone?)
  38. Epic 38: Alice vs. Gosei Knight (アリスVSゴセイナイト Arisu Bāsasu Gosei Naito?)
  39. Epic 39: Epic Zero (エピック・ゼロ Epikku Zero?)
  40. Epic 40: Strong Alata (ストロング・アラタ Sutorongu Arata?)
  41. Epic 41: Exploding Bonds of Friendship! (爆発!仲間の絆 Bakuhatsu! Nakama no Kizuna?)
  42. Epic 42: Passionate Hyde (情熱的ハイド Jōnetsu Teki Haido?)
  43. Epic 43: The Empire's General Attack (帝国総攻撃 Teikoku Sōkōgeki?)
  44. Epic 44: The Ultimate Final Battle (究極の最終決戦 Kyūkyoku no Saishū Kessen?)
  45. Epic 45: The Messiah is Born (救世主、誕生 Kyūseishu, Tanjō?)
  46. Epic 46: Gosei Knight is Targeted (狙われたゴセイナイト Nerawareta Gosei Naito?)
  47. Epic 47: The Trap of the Earth Salvation Plan (地球救星計画の罠 Chikyū Kyūsei Keikaku no Wana?)
  48. Epic 48: The Fighting Gosei Power (闘うゴセイパワー Tatakau Gosei Pawā?)
  49. Epic 49: Fight Towards the Future (未来への戦い Mirai e no Tatakai?)
  50. Epic 50: Protecting the Planet is an Angel's Duty (地球を護るは天使の使命 Hoshi o Mamoru wa Tenshi no Shimei?)


  1. Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Epic on the Movie (天装戦隊ゴセイジャー エピックON THEムービー Tensō Sentai Goseijā Epikku On Za Mūbī?)
  2. Tensou Sentai Goseiger vs. Shinkenger: Epic on Ginmaku (天装戦隊ゴセイジャーVSシンケンジャー エピック on 銀幕 Tensō Sentai Goseijā Bui Esu Shinkenjā Epikku on Ginmaku?)
  3. Come Back! Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Last Epic - The Gosei Angels are National Icons!? (帰ってきた天装戦隊ゴセイジャー Last Epic ~護星天使が国民的アイドルに?!~ Kaettekita Tensō Sentai Goseijā: Lasuto Epikku ~Gosei Tenshi ga Kokuminteki Aidoru ni?!~?)
  4. Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle (ゴーカイジャー ゴセイジャー スーパー戦隊199ヒーロー 大決戦 Gōkaijā Goseijā Sūpā Sentai Hyakukyūjūkyū Hīrō Daikessen?)


  1. Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Special Epic - New Hero Descent! (天装戦隊ゴセイジャーSpecial Epic ニューヒーロー降臨! Tensō Sentai Goseijā: Supesharu Epikku ~Nyū Hīrō Korin~?)


Guest castEdit

Suit actorsEdit


Opening theme
Ending theme
  • "Gotcha☆Goseiger" (ガッチャ☆ゴセイジャー Gatcha Goseijā?)
  • "Gotcha☆Goseiger TYPE 2 REMIX" (ガッチャ☆ゴセイジャー TYPE 2 REMIX Gatcha Goseijā Taipu Tsū Rimikkusu?)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Takafumi Iwasaki
    • Arrangement: Project.R (Kenichiro Oishi)
    • Artist: Hideyuki Takahashi
    • Episodes: 8-11, 13, 14, 17-21, 23-27, 29, 30, 32, 34-38
  • "Gotcha☆Goseiger (TYPE 2 Gosei Angel Version)" (ガッチャ☆ゴセイジャー(TYPE2護星天使ヴァージョン) Gatcha Goseijā (Taipu Tsū Gosei Tenshi Vājon)?)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Takafumi Iwasaki
    • Arrangement: Project.R (Kenichiro Oishi)
    • Artist: Goseigers & Hideyuki Takahashi
    • Episodes: 42, 44-47
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  • Although Alata would often take the lead when going into battle, the Goseigers were a rare case in which no single member was designated the leader of the group. The question of leadership was addressed in the thirty-fifth episode of the series when each Goseiger (except, ironically enough, for Alata) was given a brief spell at leading the team before it was decided to leave things as they were (with the suggestion that putting Alata in charge would have been the correct choice).
  • This is the first season to have all the Rangers use cards. MagiShine was the only other Sentai Ranger to use cards.
  • This is the second Sentai to feature the team bearing golden armor for the chest parts of the suits. The first was Megaranger.
  • This is the second series with multiple sets of villains, the first being Boukenger. Unlike Boukenger, the villain groups in Goseiger replace the previous one when the current group had been defeated.
  • They were the first Sentai team that appeared in a VS special that preceded their run as the running Sentai series of their year. They made their first appearance in the Shinkenger VS Go-Onger special in early 2010, a few weeks before the first Goseiger episode aired.
  • This is the first Sentai series since Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger to not air alongside a new Power Rangers season (Not counting the edited re-airing of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers). The first episode premiered the Feburary after Power Rangers RPM and the finale aired a day before Power Rangers Samurai's premiere.
  • This is the first series to have fully-functioned devices that activate & announce the Rangers' transformations and attacks, which was only used partially in some previous series, like Magiranger's MagiPhone, Boukenger's Accellular or Shinkenger's Mougyu Bazooka. This feature has been a trademark concept of Kamen Rider SeriesIcon-crosswiki and, from this point, commonly used in the upcoming Super Sentai series as well.


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