List of Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger characters

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The Lupinrangers and Patrangers, including Patren X.

Template:Nihongo4 is a Japanese tokusatsu drama and the 42nd in the Super Sentai series. The series features two teams of heroes: The Lupinrangers, a band of gentleman thieves, and the Patrangers, a police task force. Each with their own reasons, the two groups compete against each other to retrieve the Template:Nihongo4, a set of legendary and powerful artifacts which were stolen by Gangler, an interdimensional criminal organization that intends to take over Earth.

Lupinrangers

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The Lupinrangers untransformed. From left to right, Toma Yoimachi, Kairi Yano and Umika Hayami.

The Lupinrangers are a team of thieves who are brought together by Kogure to steal the Lupin Collection back from the Gangler with the promise of being reunited with their precious loved ones who got taken from them during by Zamigo Delma. They work as part-timers at the Template:Nihongo4 French restaurant in the neighborhood of the GSPO's Japan branch, keeping their identities a secret from the Patrangers until the series finale before they risk being sealed away in Dogranio Yarbun's safe to settle things with Zamigo. But the three were released a year later by their loved ones to complete their contract with Kogure.

Each Lupinranger carries a gun-like Template:Nihongo4, which they use to transform and access the powers of their VS Vehicles. Their sidearm is the saber-like Template:Nihongo4, which doubles as a reacher. By setting the Good Striker into the VS Changer, a Lupinranger can create two clones of himself/herself to perform the Template:Nihongo4 finishing move along with the other two Lupinrangers. By setting the Jackpot Striker into the VS Changer, Lupin Red can merge with Lupin Blue and Lupin Yellow into the tricolored Template:Nihongo4.

Kairi Yano

Template:Nihongo4 is a 19-year-old impulsive, fearless young man who became a Lupinranger to take back his older brother named Template:Nihongo4. He transforms into Template:Nihongo4. By setting the Victory Striker into the VS Changer, Lupin Red can become the armored Template:Nihongo4 where he gains the ability to predict an enemy's maneuvers. His finishing move is an energized blast from the VS Changer.

Despite his mischievous nature, often lazing around while working at the Bistrot Jurer while messing with Keiichiro every chance he gets, Kairi takes his role as a Lupinranger seriously. In fact, Kairi's antics conceal both his childhood trauma of losing his parents and the trauma of having seemingly saw Shori's death which motivated him to act rash whenever fighting Zamigo. But Kairi also unexpectedly befriended Keiichiro over the course of the series while maintaining his secret identity, with the officer eventually starting to understand his group's motives. The two finally worked together willingly during the battle against Destra, with Kairi becoming a friendly rival of Keiichiro before and after the police officer deduced his identity as Lupin Red.

Kairi Yano is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4. As a child, Kairi is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[1]

Toma Yoimachi

Template:Nihongo4 is a 24-year-old composed and sharp-tongued gentleman who became Template:Nihongo4 to be reunited with his fiancé Template:Nihongo4, being the most experienced worker at Bistro Jurer as he used to work at the famous French restaurant Template:Nihongo4. While he tends to be the group's voice of reason, he can sometimes makes bad decisions when his emotions get the best of him, like when his repeated attempts to steal the Patrangers' VS Changers and Trigger Machines putting his team at risk of exposure until Kairi stops him.

Toma Yoimachi is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4. As a teenager, Toma is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[2]

Umika Hayami

Template:Nihongo4 is an 18-year-old carefree and stylish girl who originally attended the all-girlsTemplate:Nihongo4 until she dropped out and became Template:Nihongo4 to be reunited with her best friend Template:Nihongo4. She does most of the work at Bistrot Jurer as a waitress due to Kairi slacking off. Umika is very friendly with the Patrangers despite feeling uncomfortable with Sakuya hitting on her at first, although she later starts warming up to him.

Umika Hayami is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4. As a child, Umika is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[3]

Kogure

Template:Nihongo4 is a butler who worked for Arsène Lupin and assists the Lupinrangers, placing the retrieved Lupin Collection items into a book he carries on his person. Despite the retrieval of the Lupin Collection coming about all else, Kogure gradually expresses concern for the Lupinrangers while attempting to not become emotionally attached to them as he helps them in small capacities. He is later revealed to be one of the original Back World residents like Noël, whom he is protective of as he attempted to talk him into stop helping the Sentai teams fight the Gangler. Following the Patrangers defeating Dogranio, Kogure took the Lupinrangers' loved ones under his wing so they free them from Dogranio's safe.

Kogure is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[4]

Global Special Police Organization

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The Patrangers untransformed. From left to right, Tsukasa Myojin, Keiichiro Asaka and Sakuya Hikawa.

The Template:Nihongo4, abbreviated as GSPO, is an international police force headquartered in France that deals with the Gangler menace.

Patrangers

The Patrangers are a tactical unit of the GSPO Japan Branch that are permitted to take extralegal action against the Gangler menace. Like the Lupinrangers, each Patranger carries a VS Changer, which they use to transform and access the powers of their VS Vehicles. Their sidearm is the megaphone-like Template:Nihongo4, which doubles as a baton. By setting the Good Striker into the VS Changer, Patren 1gou can merge with Patren 2gou and Patren 3gou into the tricolored Template:Nihongo4 to perform the Template:Nihongo4 finishing move.

Keiichiro Asaka

Template:Nihongo4 is a hot-blooded, serious policeman who is the leader of the Patrangers, putting his duties as a servant of the people above his own interests. Keiichiro is also quite dense when it comes to women, appearing to be aware of his flaws and would heed Tsukasa's advice even if he hates it as she is more rational than him. He transforms into the red-colored Template:Nihongo4. By setting the Siren Striker into the VS Changer, Patren 1gou can become the armored Template:Nihongo4 where he gains a pair of shoulder cannons,

While Keiichiro believed the Lupin Collection can be used for good, he initially had a negative view of the Lupinrangers and expressed animosity towards Lupin Red. Ironically, Keiichiro ended up befriending Kairi, unaware of the latter being Lupin Red. While Keiichiro's attitude towards the Lupinrangers worsens when Kairi took advantage of the officer more than once, it subsides once he learns the thieves' tragic motives for stealing the Lupin Collection to the point of subtly respecting Lupin Red during their battle against Destra. This, along with learning the truth of Noël Takao, allowed Keiichiro to finally deduce the Lupinrangers' civilian identities with him and Kairi as friendly rivals.

Keiichiro Asaka is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[5] As a child, Keiichiro is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.

Sakuya Hikawa

Template:Nihongo4 is a cheerful, good-natured policeman who is Keiichiro and Tsukasa's junior and the Patrangers' sharp shooter and police car driver. He transforms into the green-colored Template:Nihongo4.

Sakuya has a positive view of the Lupinrangers, which more often than not leaves him at the mercy of Keiichiro's rantings whenever he accidentally expresses it in front of the latter, and has a crush on Umika, unaware of her true identity and skeptical once he learns the truth. He is also quite honest and laid-back, but also shown to be observant and quick-thinking, and has more often than not saved his team from danger on his own. However, he is also rather naive and easily used by others despite his past as a reputed playboy, but he will snap upon realizing he had been duped, with his fighting abilities reaching a point where his seniors can barely keep up with.

Sakuya Hikawa is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[6]

Tsukasa Myojin

Template:Nihongo4 is a candid, caring policewoman who was a fellow student of Keiichiro at the police school. She transforms into the pink-colored Template:Nihongo4.

Tsukasa has a neutral view of the Lupinrangers which slowly progresses to positive, having fought alongside one of their members the most, and usually sports a calm and collected demeanor, unless when she is engaged into her secret hobby of collecting and hugging stuffed toys, during which she shows a childish side and will squeal out strange sentences. She also has an irrational fear of ghosts. Tsukasa has to deal with her male colleagues' antics from time to time, especially when Keiichiro's temper flares up. Because of this, she often worries for Keiichiro, as the latter's stubborn resilience meant that he does not know when to retreat. Her grandfather was a policeman, and she was brought up by her grandparents after her parents died when she was a child.

Tsukasa Myojin is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[7] As a child, Tsukasa is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.

Director Hilltop

Template:Nihongo4 is the Patrangers' direct superior, tasked with overseeing their activities. Although an easy-going man with a penchant for wagashi, he is shown to understand his subordinates more than they realize, and often watches out for them.

Director Hilltop is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[4]

Jim Carter

Template:Nihongo4 is the Patrangers' robotic assistant.

Jim Carter is voiced by Template:Nihongo4.[4]

Noël Takao

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Noël Takao in his GSPO uniform.

Template:Nihongo4 is the 26-year-old adopted son of Arsène Lupin whose guidance enabled him to create certain items in the Lupin Collection that include the VS Changers and some VS Vehicles. When the Lupin Collection was stolen by the Ganglers, Noël vowed to retrieve the items and avenge Lupin's death at Dogranio Yarbun's hands. Enlisting in the GSPO as a special investigator in its France Branch, keeping the former group's identities from the latter, Noël arrives in Japan to aid both the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers with the intention of uniting the two teams into one true miraculous Sentai team to defeat the Ganglers. But Noël's secretive nature made both Kairi and Keiichiro slow to trust him, further complicated when Destra reveals that all the items within the Lupin Collection were originally created in Back World. Eventually, Noël is exposed as one of the original residents of Back World who was forced to leave his world when Gangler group took it over. Though the Lupinrangers and Patrangers get back to opposing each other after the Gangler have been finally defeated, Noël remains adamant that the two teams can be permanently united as one true Sentai team.

Using his own transformation gun known as the Template:Nihongo4, Noël is capable of transforming into either a gold-colored Patranger known as Template:Nihongo4 or a silver-colored Lupinranger known as Template:Nihongo4. His sidearm is the Template:Nihongo4, which has two modes that are each compatible with one of his different forms: a jitte-like Rod Mode wielded by Patren X, whose finishing move is the Template:Nihongo4, and a saber-like Sword Mode wielded by Lupin X, whose finishing move is the Template:Nihongo4. By setting the Siren Striker into another Lupinranger or Patranger's VS Changer, Lupin X can become the armored Template:Nihongo4 where he gains a pair of shoulder cannons, and his finishing move is the Template:Nihongo4, while by setting the Victory Striker, Patren X can become the armored Template:Nihongo4 instead.

Noël Takao is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4. As a child, Noël is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[8]

Satoru Shinonome

Template:Nihongo4 was an original member of the Tactical Unit that would later become the Patrangers and a candidate for the position of Patren 2gou, only to end up being injured by the Gangler member Zonic Lee and transferred to GSPO French HQ with Sakuya taking his place on the team. He would later return to Japan as part of an investigation to discover Noël Takao's true identity. In reality, abducted by Zamigo and murdered off-screen so that the Gangler member Narizma Shibonz would assumed his identity to infiltrate the GSPO before coming to Japan to discredit Noël. The Patrangers avenge Satoru's death upon learning the truth with Super Lupin X's help.

Satoru Shinonome is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.

VS Vehicles

The Template:Nihongo4 are artifacts from the Lupin Collection that both the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers use to transform, as well as power up their weapons. They can also grow in size to be piloted by their users and combine into several mecha with Good Striker's help.[9]

Dial Fighters

The Template:Nihongo4 are the Lupirangers' personal aircraft-shaped VS Vehicles that can open safes with a three number code, allowing them to decode and unlock a Gangler member's safe. If an auxiliary Dial Fighter is set into the VS Changer, it activates a Template:Nihongo4 which enables a Lupinranger to either arm themselves with a weapon based on said Dial Fighter or perform a finishing move.

  • Template:Nihongo4: Kairi's military aircraft-themed personal Dial Fighter with a built-in beam cannon which allows him to transform into Lupin Red, forming the chest and head of Lupin Kaiser. Its activation code is 0-1-0.
  • Template:Nihongo4: Toma's air racer-themed personal Dial Fighter with a built-in rotary cannon which allows him to transform into Lupin Blue, usually forming Lupin Kaiser's right arm. Its activation code is 2-6-0.
  • Template:Nihongo4: Umika's tiltrotor-themed personal Dial Fighter with a built-in buzz saw which allows her to transform into Lupin Yellow, usually forming Lupin Kaiser's left arm. Its activation code is 1-1-6.
  • Template:Nihongo4: A helicopter-themed auxiliary Dial Fighter with the ability to divide its rotor and manipulate wind. By setting it into the VS Changer, a Lupinranger can perform an energy propeller-based finishing move. Its activation code is 3-1-9.
  • Template:Nihongo4 and Template:Nihongo4: A pair of stealth technology-themed auxiliary Dial Fighters that can combine into a single VS Vehicle. By setting them both into the VS Changer, a Lupinranger is armed with the Template:Nihongo4 and Template:Nihongo4, modeled after the Scissor and Blade Dial Fighters respectively, which allows them to perform a throwing projectile-based finishing move.
    • Scissor Dial Fighter: A stealth aircraft-themed Dial Fighter with a pair of extendable scissors. Its activation code is 9-6-3.
    • Blade Dial Fighter: A stealth aircraft-themed Dial Fighter with a pair of retractable blades. Its activation code is 2-0-0. While under the influence of Pitch Cock's gender swapping powers, it is temporarily transformed into the tiltrotor-themed Template:Nihongo4 whose activation code is 8-8-0.
  • Template:Nihongo4: An airship-themed auxiliary Dial Fighter with an extendable mace. By setting it into the VS Changer, a Lupinranger is armed with the bow-like Template:Nihongo4 which allows them to fire energy arrows. Its activation code is 0-2-9.
  • Template:Nihongo4: A jumbo jet-themed specialized Dial Fighter. It can also be used by Lupin Red to transform into Super Lupin Red, or by Patren X to transform into Super Patren X. Its activation code is 1-1-1.

Trigger Machines

The Template:Nihongo4 are the Patrangers' personal land vehicle-shaped VS Vehicles. If an auxiliary Trigger Machine is set into the VS Changer, it activates a Template:Nihongo4 which enables a Patranger to either arm themselves with a weapon based on said Trigger Machine or perform a finishing move. While the Dial Fighters can unlock the Gangler safes, the Trigger Machines can be used to reset their combinations, rendering them unusable by their owners.

  • Template:Nihongo4: Keiichiro's personal Trigger Machine with a six-wheel mode which allows him to transform into Patren 1gou, forming the chest and head of Pat Kaiser.
  • Template:Nihongo4: Sakuya's personal Trigger Machine with a built-in Template:Nihongo4 which allows him to transform into Patren 2gou, usually forming Pat Kaiser's left arm.
  • Template:Nihongo4: Tsukasa's personal Trigger Machine with a built-in police baton which allows her to transform into Patren 3gou, usually forming Pat Kaiser's right arm.
  • Template:Nihongo4: A police motorcycle-themed auxiliary Trigger Machine with the ability to use its front wheel like a yo-yo. By setting it into the VS Changer, a Patranger can perform the Template:Nihongo4 finishing move.
  • Template:Nihongo4 and Template:Nihongo4: A pair of construction-themed auxiliary Trigger Machines that can combine into a single VS Vehicle. By setting them both into the VS Changer, a Patranger is armed with the Template:Nihongo4, modeled after Trigger Machines Crane and Drill, which allows them to perform the Template:Nihongo4 finishing move.
    • Trigger Machine Crane: A truck-themed Trigger Machine with an extendable boom crane.
    • Trigger Machine Drill: A tank-themed Trigger Machine with an extendable drill bit.
  • Template:Nihongo4: A fire engine-themed auxiliary Trigger Machine with a built-in water cannon. By setting it into the VS Changer, a Patranger is armed with the fire extinguisher-like Template:Nihongo4 which allows them to shoot foam-like blasts. It is currently in the possession of the Lupinrangers.
  • Template:Nihongo4: An APC-themed specialized Trigger Machine with a pair of blades. It can also be used by Patren 1gou to transform into Super Patren 1gou, or by Lupin X to transform into Super Lupin X.

Good Striker

Template:Nihongo4, nicknamed Template:Nihongo4 by Umika, is a living puppet in the Lupin Collection who Kogure explained to be a free-spirited entity who acts on his own whims. Depending on the situation, he supports the team whose actions impress him the most. He currently lives with the Lupinrangers, although they allow him to aid the Patrangers whenever he wishes to. He appears to have a fear of Kogure, as he immediately took off upon hearing the latter's name before the Lupinrangers could react during his debut.

Being compatible to the two teams' VS Changers, Good Striker can aid the Lupinrangers or the Patrangers depending on his mood whenever he appears in the midst of a battle. He can also transform himself into a large-sized VS Vehicle with both Dial Fighter and Trigger Machine modes, allowing him to combine with either team's VS Vehicles to form a giant robot. In Dial Fighter mode, his activation code is 3-2-1.

Good Striker is voiced by Template:Nihongo4.[4]

X Trains

The Template:Nihongo4 are Noël's personal train-shaped VS Vehicles.

Lupin Kaiser

Template:Nihongo4 is the Lupinrangers' giant robot, formed by combining the Red, Blue and Yellow Dial Fighters with Good Striker via Template:Nihongo4, whose finishing move is the Template:Nihongo4. When used in conjunction with the Lupin Magnum, it can perform the Template:Nihongo4 finishing move. It also has the following alternate combinations:

Pat Kaiser

Template:Nihongo4 is the Patrangers' giant robot, formed by combining Trigger Machines 1gou, 2gou and 3gou with Good Striker via Template:Nihongo4, whose finishing move is the Template:Nihongo4. It also has the following alternate combinations:

X Emperor

Template:Nihongo4 is Lupin X/Patren X's personal giant robot, formed by combining X Trains Silver, Gold, Fire and Thunder via Template:Nihongo4. It has two different configurations that Noël can alternate between depending on his current form:

Good Kuru Kaiser VSX

Template:Nihongo4 is a super robot piloted by the Lupinrangers, the Patrangers and Lupin X/Patren X, formed by combining the Red, Blue and Yellow Dial Fighters, Trigger Machines 1gou, 2gou and 3gou, and the X Trains with Good Striker. Within its cockpit, Good Striker is able to switch the pilots' positions, as shown when he switches Keiichiro with the level-headed Tsukasa after Kairi accidentally provokes the former. It is also seen that the auxiliary Dial Fighters and Trigger Machines can be used in combat by switching the Blue and Yellow Dial Fighters. It's finishing move is the Template:Nihongo4. When used in conjunction with the Lupin Magnum, it can perform the Template:Nihongo4 finishing move.

Jackpot Striker

Template:Nihongo4 is a living puppet in the Lupin Collection who appears in the film Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger en Film. Wanting to escape from the Back World, he encountered Kairi and Keiichiro as he offers his service by possessing Gauche and created a portal that brought them back to Earth. He reappears in the final episode, rescuing the Lupinrangers from Dogranio's safe after he is captured by their loved ones, who were trained by Kogure and Noël to replace them as Phantom Thieves.

Like his acquaintance Good Striker, Jackpot Striker can transform himself into a large-sized VS Vehicle as well as combine with the Lupinrangers' primary Dial Fighters to form Template:Nihongo4. His activation code is 7-7-7.

Jackpot Striker is voiced by Template:Nihongo4.

Lupin Magnum

The Template:Nihongo4 is a pistol-like device considered to be the Lupin Collection's most powerful item, becoming Lupin Red's personal weapon after he clears a final test left by Arsène Lupin to obtain it. By combining it with the VS Changer, he can perform the Template:Nihongo4 finishing move. When infused with the power of Lupin Kaiser, he is capable of performing an enhanced version of his finishing move known as the Template:Nihongo4. Like the VS Vehicles, the Lupin Magnum can enlarge and change from Template:Nihongo4 to Template:Nihongo4 via Template:Nihongo4 which allows it to open a giant-sized Gangler's safe and combine with the Dial Fighters.

  • Template:Nihongo4: A combination of the Lupin Magnum with the Blue and Yellow Dial Fighters.

Gangler

The Template:Nihongo4 are an interdimensional criminal organization established five centuries ago, based in a mansion located in the dimension known as Template:Nihongo4 which they conquered. The Gangler members stole the Lupin Collection and divided the items amongst themselves. Each member places a stolen Lupin item inside a built-in safe on their body to access the item's power for their use, the safe being impenetrable unless forced open by someone possessing a Dial Fighter or a special electronic device used by Lupin X. While most members have one safe, Noël labels the members that possess two built-in safes as Template:Nihongo4 while the higher-ranked members are designated as Template:Nihongo4 for possessing golden built-in safes that can only be opened with two Dial Fighters combined. To blend into human society, some of the Gangler members wear human disguises, which Zamigo Delma makes from humans and sells to them. When the Ganglers' founding leader Dogranio Yarbun decides to retire, he offers to select his heir from whomever among the Gangler membership can take over Earth. But the Ganglers were ultimately decimated with Dogranio now in GSPO custody.

Dogranio Yarbun

Template:Nihongo4, labeled as Template:Nihongo4 due to the golden safe on his chest being protected by unbreakable Template:Nihongo4, is the Ganglers' founding leader, having led the organization for five centuries and personally killed Arsène Lupin while overseeing his group stealing the Lupin Collection for their use. Despite his laidback nature and comradery with his subordinates, Dogranio would not hesitate to dispose of any who disappoint him as he is the type who expects results regardless of their methods. But now 999 years old, still extremely powerful despite his old age with the ability to fire powerful circular blades at unseeable speeds from a long distance, Dogranio decides to retire and sets up the contest among his subordinates to select an heir to his organization among which Gangler member successfully takes over Earth. Dogranio was initially content to sit back and watch events unfold before slowly reconsidering his retirement due to constant interference of the Lupinrangers and Patrangers following the death of Laimon Gaorfangue, vowing revenge after losing his bodyguard Destra Maggio. Using Noël as bait to lure the Sentai teams in an attempt to kill them, Dogranio betrays Gauche Le Mede and steals her Lupin Collection items for his own use. In the final battle, Dogranio allows Zamigo to have his showdown with the three Lupinrangers inside his safe, while he confronts Noel and the Patrangers by himself. But Dogranio is defeated by the Patrangers in a moment of hubris when the Lupinrangers steal all the Lupin Collection items within his safe, imprisoned within the GSPO's underground prison with his own chains binding him to a cement block.

Armed with the Template:Nihongo4 sword cane, Dogranio's golden safe hold the entirety of the Lupin Collection which includes what he stole from Gauche.[10]

Dogranio Yarbun is voiced by Template:Nihongo4.[4]

Destra Maggio

Template:Nihongo4 is Dogranio's right-hand man and bodyguard, armed with a war hammer with a built-in 4-tube missile pod called the Template:Nihongo4 and able to summon giant pseudo-lifeforms called Template:Nihongo4 with Template:Nihongo4 pincher hands. The two golden safes built into Destra's shoulders originally held two Lupin Collection items: The Template:Nihongo4 slingshot which allows him to increase his maximum firing range by ten times and the Template:Nihongo4 device which allows him to give a homing effect to his missiles. But Destra is later revealed to have gave his items to Togeno and Anidara for their use, the latter when he deduced the Lupin Collection items in the Sentai teams' disposal were made for human use.

When Destra decides to deal with the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers himself, he utilizes the stolen Siren Striker and Victory Striker, granting him gravity manipulation and foresight respectively. It wasn't until both teams cooperate to reclaim the stolen VS Vehicles, and he is ultimately destroyed by them using Good Kuru Kaiser VSX armed with the Lupin Magnum. His death was mourned by Dogranio as his employer recognizes his loyalty and swears to avenge him.[11][12][13]

Destra Maggio is voiced by Template:Nihongo4.[4]

Gauche Le Mede

Template:Nihongo4, possessing Template:Nihongo4 cybernetic arms, is the tactless and corrupt scientist who supports Gangler members as a doctor to suit her personal agenda. The built-in golden safe on her back contains one of four Lupin Collection items that she uses for any situation, the first being the Template:Nihongo4 syringe which allows her to enlarge or enhance her fellow Gangler members. The second item is the Template:Nihongo4 binoculars which enables her to completely analyze whoever she observes, which initially Noël feared would expose him as he once forced the Lupinrangers to retreat upon seeing Gauche about to use it on them. The third item is the Template:Nihongo4 scalpel which allows her to turn her right hand into a sharp blade, and the fourth item is the Template:Nihongo4 crest that allowed her to liquefy her body before giving it Zamigo for his use. When she later confronts the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers with the last of her Experimental Body creations, Gauche finds herself betrayed by Dogranio who steals her Lupin Collection items and leaves her to be killed by the Sentai teams as she uses the last of her strength to transplant her golden safe from her body into her creation.[14]

Gauche Le Mede is voiced by Template:Nihongo4.[4]

Zamigo Delma

Template:Nihongo4 is a mysterious marksman and bipolar sociopath who acts on his whims while often shown whistling and eating ice cubes. Zamigo can regenerate his body from injury and produce single-use ice Template:Nihongo4 flintlock pistols from the two built-in golden safes on his thighs that allow him to teleport others to an undisclosed location to serve as templates for other Gangler members, the teleportation itself giving the illusion that the targets are instantly killed off. Zamigo played a role in Lupinrangers' formation as they assumed he killed their loved ones when he abducted them during his rampage around the time of Dogranio's 998th birthday, forming a rivalry against Kairi before realizing him to be the younger brother of one of his victims. Zamigo later allowed Gauche to implant a third safe on his lower back, giving him access to the power of the "Évade-toi de l'autre côté" that was previously in Gauche's possession. During the final battle, using the Lupinrangers' loved ones as incentive, Zamigo challenges Lupin Red to a final duel within Dogranio's safe to endure no one would interfere before Lupin Blue and Yellow followed. Zamigo ends up being destroyed by Lupin Red armed with the Lupin Magnum after his Lupin Collection is stolen and his safes locked by the power of some Trigger Machines that Keiichiro lent to the Lupinrangers by Noel's request. Zamigo's death released his hostages back to the location where they were initially frozen.[15]

Zamigo Delma is voiced by Template:Nihongo4, who also portrays his human form.[4]

Podaman

The Template:Nihongo4 are Gangler's footsoldiers armed with daggers and handguns.[4]

The Template:Nihongo4 are Podaman implanted with a safe on his head by Gauche.

  • The first Modified Podaman uses the power of a camera in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4, which allows him to remove his target's memories to convert them into photos based on those memories. He is destroyed by Patren 1gou.[16]
  • The second Modified Podaman uses the power of a fossil in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4. He is destroyed by Lupin Kaiser Splash Magic.
  • The third Modified Podaman uses the power of a chess piece in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4, which allows him to trap his target in an illusionary world. He is destroyed by Super Lupin X. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4.[17]

Members

Laimon Gang

The Template:Nihongo4 is a Gangler faction under the leadership of Laimon Gaorfangue.

  • Template:Nihongo4 is Status Gold and the leader of the Laimon Gang whose capable of enlarging himself into giant size, utilizing two extra arms called Template:Nihongo4, and firing missiles from his abdomen. Through the power of a bracelet in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4, he is capable of reconstructing the damaged parts of his body instantly. He proves himself to be so dangerous that the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers are forced to put aside their differences to work together, with an enlarged Laimon destroyed by Good Kuru Kaiser VSX. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4.[54]
  • Template:Nihongo4 is a member of the Laimon Gang. Through the power of a bracelet in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4, he is capable of generating high amounts of heat from his hands via molecular excitation. Though defeated by the Lupinrangers and Lupin X, he is enlarged before being destroyed by X Emperor Slash. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4, while his human form is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.[55]
  • Template:Nihongo4 is a member of the Laimon Gang, armed with a sword called the Template:Nihongo4. Through the power of a light guide stick in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4, he is capable of evading and deflecting any attack from his opponents. Though defeated by the Patrangers and Patren X, he is enlarged before being destroyed by Pat Kaiser and X Emperor Slash. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4, who also portrays his human form.[56]

Experimental Bodies

The Template:Nihongo4 are mindless monsters created by Gauche.

  • The first Experimental Body, labeled as Template:Nihongo4, possesses five mobile phone-shaped items from the Lupin Collection, in the five safes on its body: The Template:Nihongo4 in its left thigh safe which allows it to weaken the powers of the other pieces of the Lupin Collection, the Template:Nihongo4 in its right forearm safe which allows it to launch energy slashes from its right claw, the Template:Nihongo4 in its lower right leg safe which allows it to enhance the strength of his right leg, the Template:Nihongo4 in its left shoulder safe which allows it to project a circular energy barrier, and the Template:Nihongo4 in its chest safe which allows it to shoot fireballs from its mouth. Though defeated by the Lupinrangers, the Patrangers, and Patran X, it is enlarged before being destroyed by Good Kuru Kaiser VSX.[57]
  • Another Experimental Body, labeled as Template:Nihongo4, possesses four items from the Lupin Collection, in the four safes on its body. After Dogranio takes all of its items, it is implanted with Gauche's golden safe on its chest by her and enlarged before being destroyed by Victory Lupin Kaiser and X Emperor Gunner.[58]

Other members

  • Template:Nihongo4 is a member. He possesses a microphone in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4 that forces the user to speak in rhyme. Though defeated by the Patrangers, he is enlarged before being destroyed by Pat Kaiser. This member appears exclusively in the special drama sessions of the first original soundtrack of the series.
  • Template:Nihongo4 is a member. He is destroyed by Lupin Yellow and Patren 3gou. This member appears exclusively in the Hyper Battle DVD Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger vs. Keisatsu Sentai Patranger: Girlfriends Army. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4.
  • Template:Nihongo4 is Wilson's henchman and a serial bank robber, armed with a handgun. Through the power of a blade in the Lupin Collection, he is capable of producing a whirlwind of cherry blossom petals around himself to disappear. He is destroyed by Lupin Red and Patren 1gou. This member appears exclusively in the web-exclusive series Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger + Keisatsu Sentai Patranger: The Ultimate Weird Combination!. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4.
  • Template:Nihongo4 is a member, armed with a sword. Through the power of a megaphone in the Lupin Collection, he is capable of producing powerful sonic waves with his voice. He is destroyed by the Patrangers. This member appears exclusively in the web-exclusive series Keisatsu Sentai Patranger Feat. Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger: Another Patren 2gou. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4.
  • Template:Nihongo4 is a member, armed with a sword. Through the power of an armillary sphere in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4, he is capable of summoning a shower of meteorites. Though defeated along with Wilson by the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers, he is enlarged before being destroyed along with his partner by Lupin Rex and Pat Kaiser. This member appears exclusively in the film Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger en Film. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4, who also portrays his human form.
  • Template:Nihongo4 is Herlock's partner, armed with a handgun and a shield. Through the power of a bracelet in the Lupin Collection called the Template:Nihongo4, he is capable of producing a vine from his chest to bind his target with it. Though defeated along with Herlock by the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers, he is enlarged before being destroyed along with his partner by Lupin Rex and Pat Kaiser. This member appears exclusively in the film Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger en Film and the web-exclusive series Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger + Keisatsu Sentai Patranger: The Ultimate Weird Combination!. Voiced by Template:Nihongo4, while his human form is portrayed by Template:Nihongo4.

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