KingOhger: The 47th Sentai’s Team Proclaims Name & Reveals Why Their Magnificent Robo Shares It

Ohsama Sentai KingOhger team name has been proclaimed during a recent episode of the Sentai series.

KingOhger reveals why the Robo has the same name as the team as featured in a recent episode. The 47th Sentai series sometimes causes indirect confusion since the new Sentai has the same name as the Robo formed by the 10 Shugods. The Kings proclaimed their name when they united against the evil King of Shugoddam in the recent episode of the series, revealing why the name is used twice. The huge developments recently featured in the story also make fans wonder what the future episodes could be. 

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Ohsama Sentai KingOhger escalates as the Kings finally unite to face King Racules Hastie after he attempted to become the only monarch of Chikyu. As OhKuwagata Ohger, the evil King has made many moves to establish himself as the only one worthy of wearing a crown, including subjecting other kingdoms to danger for his twisted ambition. The only one standing in his way is Gira, Kuwagata Ohger, who was revealed to be the evil King’s brother and recently took the Founder’s Crown (Ohger Crown), allowing him to become King Kuwagata Ohger.

KingOhger Proclaim their Name and add confirmation 

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Episode 19 of Ohsama Sentai KingOhger finally reveals why the Robo has the same name as the team as the Kings proclaim their name for the first time. Before, the Kings originating from different countries were only bound by a ‘Five Kingdoms Alliance’ treaty, which King Racules dismantles and cuts the article held by Rita. The Kings named themselves after the Guardian Deity revealing their name to be honoring their 10-Shugod Robo, which finally answers why the KingOhger shares its name with the Sentai.

“A new organization formed by kings to cross borders, eliminate interests, and unite countries to defeat their enemies. The official name is “Strategic Lifesaving Unit for Strange Incidents in the Five Kingdoms”, and the common name is “Ohsama Sentai King Ohger”, derived from the name of the guardian deity.”

Highlighted Event featured on Story of KingOhger for TV-Asahi Website

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It’s a fantastic reveal that shows how much focus the writers and creators put into the overall story for the Sentai series. The name of the team and the Robo have added confusion as different names often help easily establish the topic of discussion. However, it’s brilliant that the team is named after the KingOhger since it solidifies the historical fact that the Robo came first. It also highlights the timeline that the Shugods’ history can be traced back beyond 2000 years. It will be exciting to see what else the series has planned as the halfway mark has yet to be reached, suggesting there are greater surprises in store.

Ohsama Sentai KingOhger will continue to air a new episode every Sunday in Japan via TV-Asahi. Episode 20 is the next upcoming installment being released on July 16, with a summer movie also releasing for the 47th Sentai series.


What do you think of the revealed reason for the Sentai name? Have you been enjoying Ohsama Sentai KingOhger thus far? Do you want this Super Sentai to be released in the West? Let us know on social media and keep following The Illuminerdi for more Super Sentai news like this, we’re always watching.


Source: TV-Asahi


Bryn Darby

Bryn Darby

Long time fan of Tokusatsu fan since Power Rangers was first released in the 90s. Whereas most Superhero fans grew up with DC Comics and Marvel, my childhood was surrounded by releases from Saban Entertainment such as Beetleborgs, along with anime, and other various fads of the generation. Anime is also a great passion with Digimon, That Time I Was Reincarnated As A Slime, and Demon Slayer being significant favorites. It was the love of both Power Rangers and Digimon that led to the path of becoming a Senior Writer for The Illuminerdi.