Yep, originally they were in those roles though I'm not sure why they changed them.Catastrophe wrote:although I do believe that he was originally supposed to be the Red Dairanger and Keiichi Wada was the Yellow one.
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My suspicion is that their attack set off her copy bomb by accident. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.Kaheraji wrote:How exactly did Copy Empress grow at the end? Her arms were tied up like the MOTW from the second episode, and that one just died when hit with the Ki Bomber attack.
It could have been that Kou was in school, btw. After all, he is only nine... There are laws and such about kids needing to be in school and I don't think that Rin giving the teacher an excuse note for "Gouma Battles" would really cut it. LOL