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*'''''[[Happy Heroes|Happy Friends]]''/''[[Happy Heroes]]''''': {{coloredlink|red|Happy S.}}; {{coloredlink|#FF86CD|Sweet S.}}; {{coloredlink|green|Smart S.}}; {{coloredlink|blue|Careless S.}}; {{coloredlink|purple|Careful S.}}<del>; {{coloredlink|cyan|Kalo}}</del>
 
*'''''[[Happy Heroes|Happy Friends]]''/''[[Happy Heroes]]''''': {{coloredlink|red|Happy S.}}; {{coloredlink|#FF86CD|Sweet S.}}; {{coloredlink|green|Smart S.}}; {{coloredlink|blue|Careless S.}}; {{coloredlink|purple|Careful S.}}<del>; {{coloredlink|cyan|Kalo}}</del>
 
*'''<del>[[Fuwa]]''': {{coloredlink|blue|Beibei}}; {{coloredlink|black|Jingjing}}; {{coloredlink|red|Huanhuan}}; {{coloredlink|#DEBE3C|Yingying}}; {{coloredlink|green|Nini}}</del>
 
*'''<del>[[Fuwa]]''': {{coloredlink|blue|Beibei}}; {{coloredlink|black|Jingjing}}; {{coloredlink|red|Huanhuan}}; {{coloredlink|#DEBE3C|Yingying}}; {{coloredlink|green|Nini}}</del>
*''' [[VOCALOID|Vsinger]]''': {{coloredlink|#66CCFF|Luo Tianyi}; {{coloredlink|#EE0000|Yuezheng Ling}}; {{coloredlink|#006666|Yuezheng Longya}}; {{coloredlink|#0080FF|Zhiyu Moke}}; {{coloredlink|#DEBE3C|Mo Qingxian}}<del>; {{coloredlink|#00FFCC|Yan He}}</del>
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*''' [[VOCALOID|Vsinger]]''': {{coloredlink|#66CCFF|Luo Tianyi}}; {{coloredlink|#EE0000|Yuezheng Ling}}; {{coloredlink|#006666|Yuezheng Longya}}; {{coloredlink|#0080FF|Zhiyu Moke}}; {{coloredlink|#DEBE3C|Mo Qingxian}}<del>; {{coloredlink|#00FFCC|Yan He}}</del>
 
*''' [[VOCALOID|Crypton Future Media]]''': {{coloredlink|#D80000|MEIKO}}; {{coloredlink|#0000FF|KAITO}}; {{coloredlink|#39C5BB|Hatsune Miku}}; {{coloredlink|#FFA500|Kagamine Rin}}, {{coloredlink|#FFE211|Kagamine Len}}; {{coloredlink|#FAAFBE|Megurine Luka}}
 
*''' [[VOCALOID|Crypton Future Media]]''': {{coloredlink|#D80000|MEIKO}}; {{coloredlink|#0000FF|KAITO}}; {{coloredlink|#39C5BB|Hatsune Miku}}; {{coloredlink|#FFA500|Kagamine Rin}}, {{coloredlink|#FFE211|Kagamine Len}}; {{coloredlink|#FAAFBE|Megurine Luka}}
 
*'''[[MEDIUM5]]''':{{coloredlink|#9999FF|Stardust}}; {{coloredlink|#A0D2FA|Haiyi}}; {{coloredlink|#32DC8C|Shian}}; {{coloredlink|#F04646|Chiyu}}; {{coloredlink|#FF8C50|Cangqiong}}; <del>{{coloredlink|#9999FF|Quadimensionko}}</del>
 
*'''[[MEDIUM5]]''':{{coloredlink|#9999FF|Stardust}}; {{coloredlink|#A0D2FA|Haiyi}}; {{coloredlink|#32DC8C|Shian}}; {{coloredlink|#F04646|Chiyu}}; {{coloredlink|#FF8C50|Cangqiong}}; <del>{{coloredlink|#9999FF|Quadimensionko}}</del>

Latest revision as of 19:50, 25 November 2021

Definition

The five-color formation is an element in ACG subculture. It distinguishes the characters by having them wear different colored clothes.

The trope originated from the tokusatsu Himisu Sentai Gorenger. Due to the uniformity of the team's costumes and the need to wear masked helmets in battle, it is easy to distinguish the five by using colors. Later, due to the broadcast of the Super Sentai series, the team formation was widely disseminated in ACG. Common colors of five-color teams: red male hero, blue male hero, green male hero, yellow heroine, and pink heroine.

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Ryutaros: We kinda look like Super Sentai.
Momotaros: 那劳资94异魔神战队的队长喽!有一说一,确实