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Himitsu Sentai Goranger (Secret Squadron Five Rangers): Run Time: 1975-1977: Start of the Sentai and Super Sentai series, was initially not considered part of the Super Sentai series until Gaoranger. Only Sentai to run for two years: Only sentai with no transformation device: Not Watched

J.A.K.Q Dengekitai (Jacker Blitzkrieg Squad): Run Time: April 1977-December 1977: First Sentai with less than 40 episodes, last Sentai to not be considered part of the Super Sentai until Gaoranger: Only sentai to use tubes to transform: Poker and cyborg themed: First sentai to not feature word "Ranger" or the suffix "Ger" in its title: Not watched

Battle Fever J: Run Time: 1979-1980: Considered the first Super Sentai until Gaoranger included Goranger and J.A.K.Q.: First Sentai to introduce giant robots to battle giant monsters: First sentai to have over 50 episodes (excluding Goranger): First to used wrist transformation device: Not Watched

Denshi Sentai Denziman (Electronic Squadron Denziman): Run Time: 1980-1981: First Sentai with a transforming robot: First ring transformation device: First sentai to feature man in their title instead of ranger or ger: Not watched

Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan (Sun Squadron Sun Vulcan): Run Time: 1981-1982: First three man sentai team: Only all male sentai team: First team without a green, black, or pink ranger: First sentai that has its Mechs fuse: Not watched

Dai Sentai Goggle V (Great Squadron Goggle Five): Run Time: 1982-1983: First to feature a black ranger instead of a green ranger: Not watched

Kagaku Sentai Dynaman (Scientific Squadron Dynaman): Run Time: 1983-1984: Not watched

Choudenshi Bioman (Super Electronic Bioman) Run Time: 1984-1985: First Sentai to introduce the concept which would later be known as the Sixth Ranger: First Sentai to have an American dubbed show: "Bio-Man." First Sentai to have a Female Yellow Ranger: First Sentai to have two females on a team: Only sentai to not have monster of the week grow. First season since J.A.K.Q. not have Sentai in it's name until Flashman: Not watched

Dengeki Sentai Changeman (Blitzkrieg Squadron Changeman): Run Time: 1985-1986: Last season without a yellow until Kyoryuger: Introduces the first female white ranger: Not watched

Choushisei Flashman (Supernova Flashman): Run Time: 1986-1987: First Sentai with a secondary Robo: First sentai to have the last names of the team not revealed: Is the 10th Super Sentai season but not considered the 10th anniversary (due to Goranger and JAKQ not being considered part of "Super Sentai until 1995): First sentai to be from Earthlings but not raised on Earth, last team to not have Sentai in its name: Not watched

Hikari Sentai Maskman (Light Squadron Maskman): Run Time:1987-1988: First sentai whose powers are supernatural not technological: Not watched

Choujuu Sentai Liveman (Super Beast Squadron Liveman): Run Time: 1988-1989: Super Sentai 10th anniversary. First sentai anniversary season. First female blue sentai ranger. First sentai with a Green and Black Ranger on the same team. First sentai with Cho Gattai or Super Fusion between two robos. Last sentai to be part of the Showa Era. First team to start with three member and then become five members: Not watched

Kousoku Sentai Turboranger (High Speed Squadron Turboranger) Run Time: 1989-1990: Aired the 10th anniversary team up despite being considered the 11th (later 13th) season. Only sentai to not have a team roll call. Suits were used as a base for an American exclusive Power Ranger (Titanium Ranger Lightspeed Rescue), first sentai for all rangers to be in high school First Heisei Era Super Sentai: Not watched

Chikyu Sentai Fiveman (Earth Squadron Fiveman): Run Time: 1990-1991, first sentai with a Super Mode, first all-siblings sentai, only all-sibling sentai to not be adapted into a Power Rangers season: Not watched

Chojin Sentai Jetman (Birdman Squadron Jetmn): Run Time: 1991-1992, last sentai to not be adapted into Power Rangers, first sentai with a third robo, first format of Red; Blue; Yellow; Black; and White, first sentai with a female blue AND a male yellow, last death of a main team ranger, first sentai to have a manga only replacement, first sentai where two teammate get married (Red Hawk and Blue Swallow), only sentai to be adapted into a manga: Not watched

Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger (Dinosaur Squadron BeastRanger) Run Time: 1992-1993: First sentai to be adapted into Power Rangers, formally introduces the Sixth Ranger concept, first 7-piece combination, only post-Fiveman sentai to not get a tribute episode in Gokaiger: Not watched: PR Adaptation: Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers season 1

Gosei Sentai Dairanger (Five-Star Squadron Dairanger) Run Time: 1993-1994: First only sentai whose PR Adaptation did not use the outfits (safe for KibaRanger being used to Mighty Morphin' White Ranger), first sentai whose giant battle stock footage was all that was used for the Power Rangers version: Not watched: PR Adaptation: Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers season 2

Ninja Sentai Kakuranger (Ninja Squadron Hidden Ranger) Run Time: 1994-1995: Last sentai whose giant battle stock footage was all that was used in the Power Rangers adaption, first (possibly only) sentai to have two Power Rangers season connected to it, only still alive Extra Hero/Ranger-like Ally to not have Ranger key in Gokaiger: Not watched: PR Adaptation: Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers season 3 and Mighty Morphin' Alien Rangers

Chouriki Sentai Ohranger (Super-Powered Squadron) Run Time: 1995-1996: First and only Black Ranger Sixth Ranger (was considered a gold ranger in the PR Adaptation): Not watched: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Zeo

Gekisou Sentai Carranger (Racing Squadron CarRangers) Run Time: 1996-1997: Not watched: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Turbo

Denji Sentai Megaranger (Electronic Squadron MegaRanger) Run Time: 1997-1998: Not watched: Power Ranger in Space

Seijuu Sentai Gingaman (Star Beast Squadron Galaxy Man) Run Time: 1998-1999: Episode 35: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Lost Galaxy

Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoV (Emergency Squadron GoGoFive) Run Time: 1999-2000: First sentai since Jetman to not have a sixth ranger, only sentai to not have a sixth ranger but its PR Adaptation does: Episode 2: PR Adaptation: Power Ranger Lightspeed Rescue

Mirai Sentai Timeranger (Future Squadron Time Ranger) Run Time: 2000-2001: First sentai to have its Sixth Ranger die since Zyuranger: Episode 14: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Time Force

Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger (One-Hundred Beast Squadron Growl Ranger) Run Time: 2001-2002: 25th Super Sentai anniversary season: Not watched: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Wild Force

Ninpuu Sentai Hurricanger (Ninja Arts Squadron Hurricane Ranger) Run Time: 2002-2003: Second team to start as three members and then become five since Liveman, last team to do so until Go-Busters: Not watched: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Ninja Storm

Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger (Burstosaur Squadron Rampage Ranger) Run Time: 2003-2004: Last sentai to have its Sixth Ranger die and not be revived since Timeranger, only sentai whose fifth member is considered a sixth ranger, first sentai since GoGoV to have only five (official) members, last sentai to have only five (official) members until Go-Busters, second dinosaur themed super sentai: Episode 10: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Dino Thunder

Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger (Investigation Squadron Detective Ranger) Run Time: 2004-2005: First sentai to have more than six members, only sentai to take the American Battlizer concept and adapt it for the team up movie, first sentai to have more than one Bangai (Extra) Hero/Ranger-like Ally/Extra Ranger: Completed: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers S.P.D.

Mahou Sentai Magiranger (Magic Squadron Magiranger) Run Time: 2005-2006: First sentai to have more than six rangers since Dekaranger, Last sentai to have more than six rangers until Go-Onger, last sentai to have more than one Bangai (Extra) Hero/Ranger-like ally/Extra Ranger since Dekaranger, last sentai to have their sixth ranger die, only sentai to have their sixth ranger revived completely, only sentai whose extra rangers are the parents of the five main team, last sentai whose extra ranger dies, only sentai in which the extra hero is resurrected completely, last all sibling sentai since GoGoV: Completed: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Mystic Force

GoGo Sentai Boukenger (Rumbling Squadron Adventure Ranger) Run Time: 2006-2007: only sentai in which the Bangai Hero/Ranger-like Ally/Extra Ranger could be used as a weapon, introduction of AkaRed, 30th Super Sentai anniversary season: Complete: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Operation Overdrive

Jyuken Sentai Gekiranger (Beast-Fist Squadon Gekiranger) Run Time: 2007-2008: Only sentai whose Extra Heroes were part of the villains side of their own free will, last sentai in which the extra heroes were killed and temporarily revived, only sentai to have a play-by-play commentator for the Giant Mech battles: Completed: PR Adaptation: Power Ranger Jungle Fury

Engine Sentai Go-Onger (Engine Squadron Go-Onger) Run Time: 2008-2009: Only sentai to officially have more than one sixth ranger, first team to have a ranger use the powers of the successor in the team up move (Hyper Go-On Red), second team to have a green and black ranger on the same team since Liveman, third team to start off with three member and become five since Hurricanger: Completed: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers R.P.M.

Samurai Sentai Shinkenger (Samurai Squadron True-Sword Ranger): Run Time 2009-2010: First sentai whose main red and extra ranger had the same power and ranger color, first sentai in which the monsters could only become giant after death, second sentai to have two Power Ranger adaptations since Kakuranger, first sentai whose team up move had an early-bird cameo of their predecessors (Tensou Sentai Goseiger): Completed: PR Adaptation: Power Ranger Samurai/Power Rangers Super Samurai

Tensou Sentai Goseiger (Heavenly Squadron Five-Star Ranger) Run Time: 2010-2011: First sentai to have a ranger die before the start of the season, first sentai to unlock a power up for the sixth ranger of their predecessors that was unable to be used, second season to use a power from the previous season since the Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger movie, first sentai to have an early bird cameo in their predecessors team up movie (Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: Ginmaku Bang): Completed: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Megaforce

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger (Pirate Squadron Hearty (Heroic) Ranger) Run Time: 2011-2012: Officially changes AkaRed from a movie-only ranger to an in-series ranger, 35th Super Sentai anniversary season, reintroduces all of the previous ranger powers, second alien team since Flashman (the sixth ranger was an earthing), first season since Go-Onger to not have an Extra Hero/Ranger-like Ally/Extra Ranger: Completed: PR Adaptation: Power Rangers Super Megaforce

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters (Special Mission Squadron Go-Busters) Run Time: 2012-2013: Fourth team to start off as three member and become five since Go-Onger, First team since GoGoV to not have sixth ranger, second team to have a Gold/Silver ranger duo since Go-On Wings of Go-Onger, first season in which the gold and/or silver ranger(s) are neither a sixth ranger and/or an extra ranger, first sentai since Jetman to not be adapted into a Power Rangers season: Completed

Jyuden Sentai Kyoryuuger (Electrobeast Squadron Dinosaur Ranger) Run Time: 2013-2014: First sentai to not start off as a con jointed team, third sentai since Magiranger to have over 6 or 7 rangers, first sentai to have 10 official rangers (11 if you count Kyoryu Navy/Deathryuger), third dinosaur sentai since Abaranger, first all dinosaur sentai team up movie with predecessor team up

Ressha Sentai ToQger (Train Squadron ToQger) Run Time: 2014-2015: First sentai in which all of the main five members were childhood friends, first sentai in which the ranger were all originally children, first sentai in which the main five members all have amnesia, third sentai to have the sixth ranger be officially part of the enemy faction either prior to or during the season since Abaranger, second sentai in which the monsters can't grow giant until they die since Shinkenger: Episode 13: PR Adaptation: N/A

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