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    Triggers on Jump Bang!

    A Trigger (トリガー, Torigā ?) is a product of Neighbor technology[1] that manipulates and is powered by Trion.[2] Despite being often used for combat purposes, Trigger technology also has other functions,[2] and in fact it is regarded as the cornerstone of the entire Neighbor civilization.[3] Combat-oriented Triggers have massive firepower, and are the only weapons capable of damaging and even destroying Trion Bodies.

    Triggers can differ greatly among nations. Unlike the more powerful Black Triggers, which are created through the self-sacrifice of a person with high trion, normal Triggers are produced through technology.[2] Earth developed its own Triggers after its contacts with the countries of the Neighborhood.[1] The organization responsible for manufacturing Triggers and fighting off trespassing Neighbors is called Border.[4]

    Activation[edit source]

    To activate a Trigger, it is necessary to touch the Trigger Holder and give a clear signal of one's intentions to switch into a trion body.[5] Border agents and trainees often use the vocal command "Trigger on" (トリガー 起動(オン), Torigā On Lit. Trigger start-up ?),[6] whereas Aftokrator users declare the name of the Trigger.[7] Black Triggers have been activated both verbally[8] and non-verbally.[9][10]  Border's Triggers can be switched off at any given time, usually with the command "Trigger off,"[11] but none is strictly necessary.[12] Aftokrator soldiers do not use any vocal commands to do so.[13]

    Normal Triggers can be activated by anyone, provided they have enough trion as even Operators can use trion bodies. Most, if not all, Triggers substitute the user's body for one made out of trion, storing the original body within the Trigger Holder.[14] Trigger Holders are sent to the same dimension as the flesh and blood body upon activation, which is located somewhere in the Neighborhood.[15] Trion bodies grant a Trigger user an increase in strength, speed and durability.[16] Any wound inflicted to the trion body will cause a more or less severe leak of trion, but no physical damage to the user's flesh and blood body. When too much trion is lost, or when certain parts are destroyed, the trion body disappears.


    In Border[edit source]

    See Border Triggers

    Border's Triggers are manufactured with the aim of being used by a large number of agents.[17] For this reason, their trion consumption, and therefore their power output, are lower than those of Aftokrator Triggers. Border's Trigger technology is generally considered crude by the standards of an advanced country like Aftokrator. However, soldiers from both Aftokrator and its vassal nation Galopoula have expressed admiration for their versatility, which is due to the great number and variety of Triggers in existence and the possibility of equipping and combining several of them.[18] The engineers of Border are constantly working to improve their Triggers and create new ones,[19] and indeed, the speed of Border's technological progress is extolled as outstanding.[20]

    Triggers in Border are classified according to their functions, and define the role of an agent in their team or on the battlefield. The main three categories are Attacker, Gunner and Sniper.[21] They encompass the vast majority of Triggers capable of causing damage on their own. Border personnel in general are given an uncategorized Trigger for self-defense (()(しん)(よう) トリガー, Goshin-yō Torigā Lit. Trigger for self-defense ?) with very low trion consumption whose sole function is to create a trion body, in the event of an encounter with Neighbors or Trion Soldiers. It does not come with any sort of additional equipment.[22]

    Border is currently in possession of three Black Triggers.

    Mechanics[edit source]

    Border's Trigger Set

    In Border, the actual Trigger is installed in a chip located inside a device called Trigger Holder (トリガー ホルダー, Torigā Horudā ?), which contains eight slots that can allocate one chip, and thus one Trigger, each.[23] Reiji Kizaki's Trigger Holder is custom-made and can allocate up to 14 chips.[24]

    Each Trigger occupies one slot in one of two columns, the Main and the Sub, each composed of four slots[25] (seven in Reiji's case).[24] Main Triggers ((メイン) トリガー, Mein Torigā Lit. Primary Triggers ?) are automatically set to the user's dominant hand, whichever hand that is.[25] Sub Triggers ((サブ) トリガー, Sabu Torigā Lit. Auxiliary Triggers ?) are automatically set to the user's non-dominant hand.[26] Typically, the user can only activate two Triggers at a time, one from the Main and one from the Sub, with few exceptions.[27] [28][29]

    Border Triggers that shoot bullets have built-in safety measures to handle strays. If someone in their flesh and blood body is hit, instead of being wounded, they will be knocked unconscious from the pain and the impact.[30] A further safety measure makes it so that if a Trigger is deactivated in an unsafe environment, the flesh and blood body will be summoned in a location away from immediate harm.[31]

    In Aftokrator[edit source]

    Aftokrator is a powerful military nation,[32] and its Trigger technology is extremely advanced. Aftokrator engineers have developed Trion Receptors that become a part of the body of the person they are embedded in, increasing their amount of trion to create soldiers with enhanced abilities.[33] Another impressive accomplishment is the creation of Trion Soldiers with abilities mimicking those of specific Horn[34] and even Black Triggers.[35] Furthermore, some (though not all) of the nation's Black Triggers come with an armored cape,[36] although it is currently unknown whether Aftokrator possesses the technology to alter Black Triggers or the Black Triggers included them from the start. Seven years prior to the invasion of Earth, Aftokrator was in possession of 13 Black Triggers.[37]

    Mechanics[edit source]

    In Aftokrator, each Trigger Holder seems to contain only one Trigger, aside from the equipment that comes with the trion body. The guiding concept at the heart of Aftokrator Triggers is the treatment of such weapons as an extension of one's body, which is transformed as a result.[38] Trion Receptors prevent the trion body from being destabilized by this process.[38] At least some of the Aftokrator Trigger Holders are worn around the wrist like bracelets.[7]

    Standard Triggers and Equipment[edit source]

    Trion bodies formed by Aftokrator Triggers come with different equipment from their counterparts on Earth. They are more suited for battle, but can be said to be lacking in terms of logistics, since at the time of the invasion, Aftokrator's fighters could leave the battlefield only through the wormholes created by Speiraskia and did not seem to possess Radar. Since soldiers from Galopoula, one of Aftokrator's vassal nations, were recently[39] endowed with an emergency escape Trigger identical in principle to Bail Out,[40] it is possible Aftokrator has developed the same technology. This is further supported by Yūma Kuga implying it is not a technology found in the Neighborhood,[41] and by Border's Development Chief Motokichi Kinuta suggesting that it was copied from Border.[42]

    Aftokrator's Standard Triggers and Equipment
    Type Normal Cape
    Aftokrator Trigger users, including some Black Trigger users, are endowed with a cape that acts as armor, allowing them to shrug off certain attacks. It can resist Gunner bullets,[43] but not Attacker blades.[44] It can also block the effects of specific Triggers, such as Lead Bullet, and shed the affected parts.[36] If damaged, the cape will regenerate in seconds.[36]
    Type Normal Trion Body
    Trion bodies are the most basic implement granted by Triggers. They are virtually invulnerable to damage that is not caused by trion (and thus by Triggers or Trion Soldiers), and also grant the user several physical enhancements,[16] as well as an internal communication system.
    Type Normal Trion Receptor
    A jealously guarded military secret, Trion Receptors[45] are Trigger-equipped horns that are permanently implanted in the heads of young children[46] to dramatically improve their trion capacity and quality as they grow. Researches have also been done to use horns to increase compatibility with Black Triggers. The capabilities of a horned fighter far exceed those of a normal Trigger user. In the case of a Black Trigger user their horn(s) turn black.[47]

    Horn Triggers[edit source]

    Aftokrator's primary combat Triggers are known as Horn Triggers ((ホーン) トリガー, Hōn Torigā ?),[47] or Enhanced[48] or High-Powered[49] Triggers ((きょう)() トリガー, Kyōka Torigā Lit. Reinforcement Triggers ?). Although only one of them can be wielded by each fighter, they more than make up for it with their versatility and power output. The two revealed thus far have high offensive and defensive capabilities, as well as remarkable supplementary abilities. Their raw power is so overwhelming that normal Triggers from Galopoula[48] and Border[50] cannot compare.

    Horn Triggers
    Type Normal Chelidon
    A Trigger endowed with massive firepower that has multiple configurations. It allows the user to fire powerful beams either by summoning explosive orbs around their person[51] or in their hands,[52] or, after shapeshifting, from an arm cannon with a high rate of fire.[53] Chelidon is also capable of shooting destructive rays with the ability to bend from the user’s back,[54] as well as of bombarding an area with a barrage of bullets,[55] of generating both focused[56] and large shields[57] and of enabling flight[58] for a limited amount of time.[59]
    Type Normal Lampyris
    It permits the user to manipulate countless magnetic “shards” through a gauntlet.[60] By reacting with each other, the shards can create a wide range of constructs, such as shields,[61] sharp projectiles,[62]} railguns,[63] spikes[64] and giant shuriken.[65] The magnetism can also be exploited to restrain[66] or attract[67] a target after shooting shards into their body. Furthermore, this Trigger has vast supplementary capabilities, which include levitation,[68] the generation of magnetic tracks for high-speed displacement,[69] controlled reflection of trion bullets,[61] and camouflage in dark environments.[70]

    Unknown Classification Triggers/Devices[edit source]

    Paraphernalia created by Neighbors which do not seem to be part of standard equipment.

    Unclassified Aftokrator Triggers/Devices
    Type Normal Holographic Projector
    This earring-shaped[71] device can project three-dimensional holograms for a variety of purposes. It can display the position of Neighbor planets in relation to their orbits,[71] and possesses a Radar function with a very wide range.[72]
    Type Normal Tracking Beacon
    This bracelet is connected to Speiraskia. It sends a signal once the trion body of the owner is destroyed, alerting Speiraskia's user they need to be retrieved and allowing for precise warping.[73][74][75] It can also be attached to an enemy in order to track them down.[76]

    In Galopoula[edit source]

    Despite Galopoula being a small nation, its Trigger users are extolled as exceptional warriors.[77] Their Triggers are said to be suitable for fights against multiple opponents, so it is not uncommon to see them on the battlefield even if they are outnumbered.[77] Aside from combat, some of their Triggers are also ideal for infiltration.

    Mechanics[edit source]

    Much like Border Triggers, Galopoula Triggers have a wide array of effects, and a single user can equip several of them. A major difference is the employment of pellets or tokens that are used up to activate certain Triggers, after which they disappear. Galopoula Triggers generally require one such token,[78] but some may expend more[79] or none at all.[80] Once a token is consumed, it cannot be replaced. Each soldier can carry up to 14,[81][78] stored in a holster on their lower back where they can be reached easily. However, if a larger supply is available, nothing prevents its usage.[82] Galopoula Triggers can be divided in two main types: Triggers that consume a token and Triggers that don’t. The latter can be turned on and off at will,[83] but that does not appear to be the case with the former.

    Although there does not seem to be an upper limit to the number of Triggers requiring a token that can be used simultaneously,[82] or, rather, that number corresponds to the quantity of tokens available, it is possible that Triggers of the other type follow a distinction vaguely similar to the Main-Sub binary of Border Triggers.[84] However, it remains unclear if there is a maximum amount of them, or if they are equipped to specific body parts. The exact operating principle of tokens is also unknown. It is unconfirmed whether each of them is dedicated to a specific Trigger (Wen Sō's fear of running out of Dogs lends itself to different readings),[84] or there is no substantial difference among them and which Trigger they activate depends on the will of the user or the circumstances.

    Standard Triggers and Equipment[edit source]

    The basic equipment of trion bodies created by Galopoula Triggers is not much different from Border's. "Operators" from Galopoula can assist frontline soldiers with a radar-like Trigger extremely similar to the monitor of Border's Operators,[85] but it is currently unknown if every agent is equipped with a radar Trigger per se and/or if the one used by Reghindetz[81] is an enhanced version exclusive to him.

    Galopoula's Standard Triggers and Equipment
    Type Normal Bail Out
    Galopoula's version of Bail Out opens a Gate around the user, which has the benefit of not revealing the position of the base. It will activate when the trion body is destroyed.[86] It was developed by observing Border's technology in action.[42] So far, Galopoula soldiers have referred to this Trigger only as "the new Triggers"[87] or "the new type".[39]
    Type Normal Token
    These devices are used by Galopoula soldiers to activate select Triggers before being destroyed in the process. Normally, a Galopoula Trigger user carries 14 of them.[81][78] Their exact mechanics are currently unknown.
    Type Normal Trion Body
    Trion bodies are the most basic implement granted by Triggers. They are virtually invulnerable to damage that is not caused by trion (and thus by Triggers or Trion Soldiers), while also granting the user several physical enhancements[16] on top of an internal communication system.

    Named Triggers[edit source]

    These Triggers may be the most powerful in the arsenal of a Galopoula soldier, since each of the members of the infiltration in Border had one. At least some of them require the expenditure of one or more tokens.[79]

    Named Galopoula Triggers
    Type Normal Despinis
    It allows the user to generate 16[88] spheres with rings that serve as blades. The orbs can be controlled telepathically to fight.[89] They can be moved in complex patterns and are effective primarily in mid-range combat. Multiple orbs can be joined into a larger, faster one.[90] It consumes at least one token.[88] Its only know user is Ratarykov.
    Type Normal Nikokyra
    It allows the user to generate viscous slime, which has the ability to dull blades[91] while reducing attrition, limiting the opponent's grip strength and mobility if it coats their limbs.[92] It has at least two modes: in the first, a small amount of slime is worn by the user around their forearm much like a shield, coating the weapons that come in contact with it;[93] in the second, the quantity of slime is increased and can be manipulated in the form of tendrils,[94] even remotely.[95] It is unknown if it consumes any tokens. Its only known user is Koskero.
    Type Normal Servitora
    This Trigger reflects the user's image, creating three-dimensional holograms.[96] These duplicates are optical illusions, and as such possess no offensive power,[97] but are useful in disorienting the opponent, since they will be unable to identify the enemy or where the next attack will come from. The copies possess a trion signature, which prevents Operators from finding the real one.[98] Since the duplicates are reflections, left and right will be inverted;[99] however, if a copy is reflected, left and right will be inverted again, thus matching the user's image perfectly.[100] It is unknown if it consumes any tokens or if it is the same Trigger that generates the smoke screen.[101] Its only known user is Wen Sō.
    Type Normal Katoptron[102]
    A Trigger that enables the user to mimic the appearance of another person[103][102] or of a Trion soldier,[104] or simply to flip their own image around its vertical axis to further confuse the enemy in conjunction with Servitora.[100] It is possible to acquire new disguises in the midst of combat by scanning the opponent, a nearly undetectable process that causes a small screen to appear in the user's hand.[105] The user's body flickers when this Trigger is activated[84] or deactivated.[106]
    Type Normal Thugator
    A Trigger used by Reghindetz that looks like a long whip covered in spikes.[7] Since he was defeated by Hyuse without a chance to fight back, its abilities are unknown. It consumes at least one token.[13]
    Type Normal Vasilissa
    This Trigger creates four mechanical arms ending in sharp blades on the back of the user. Each arm has great power, enough to pierce, lift, and throw a large amount of rubble[107] and pin a trion body user against a wall.[108] They can also be moved quickly and have a relatively long reach.[109] The arms are also very durable.[110] Should a blade be cut off, it can be replaced by a flat shield.[111] Vasilissa consumes two tokens.[79] Its only known user is Gatlin.

    Unnamed Triggers[edit source]

    The names of these Triggers were not revealed. Some consume tokens, others don’t. It is unknown how many, if any, of the Triggers falling in the latter category are common to all Galopoula soldiers or should be classified as standard equipment.

    Unnamed Galopoula Triggers
    Type Normal Cane
    A cane that Koskero used to support himself after he lost a leg.[112] In the anime, the material is formed from Nikokyra residue. It is unknown if it has any other functions or if it consumes any tokens.
    Type Normal Cannon
    A Trigger that creates a weapon encasing the user's arm. Its power has been compared to that of a Black Trigger.[113] In return for its destructive force, the cannon takes a few minutes to recharge after the first shot,[114] and has a strong recoil.[115] A cannon shot can be stopped by the combination of a Raygust in Shield Mode and a highly concentrated Shield, both at an angle to disperse some of its power.[116] It consumes one token.[78]
    Type Normal Decagonal Blade
    A decagonal blade that appears on the back of the user's hand.[117] It can be hurled at the opponent and then retracted, granting the user superior range in melee combat.[118] It does not consume any tokens.[119]
    Type Normal Summon (Mortar)
    This mortar can fire several dozens of tokens at once, which, once embedded into the ground, act like summoning Triggers and open Gates from which Dogs emerge.[120] Thanks to the mortar's range and the vast amount of tokens it can shoot at once, it is possible to create confusion behind the enemy lines and have the Trion Soldiers dispatch distant targets.[120] It is unknown if it consumes any tokens.
    Type Normal Octagonal Blade
    A weapon composed of a pointed blade and an octagonal shield that can be used for both offense and defense.[121] The blade can also be lengthened a few meters for a remote slash.[121] It is unknown if it consumes any tokens.
    Type Normal Radar
    A more advanced version of Border's Radar, this Trigger highlights humans and the various types of Trion Soldiers with different markers; furthermore, it indicates the direction enemies are moving in, even displaying the trajectory of Gunner Triggers.[122] It is also able to detect agents cloaked with Bagworm.[122] It is unknown if it consumes any tokens.
    Type Normal Shield
    Similar in appearance to Border's Shield, this Trigger allows the user to create a floating barrier (possibly more) in any position within a certain radius from themselves. It was only seen projected in pentagonal form and in no more than two different sizes. It is durable enough to resist even the slashes of Fūjin, a Black Trigger.[80] It does not consume any tokens.
    Type Normal Smoke Screen
    A Trigger that, when activated, generates a smoke screen for the user to blend into.[123] It is possible this Trigger is a subunit of Servitora, the smoke screen being only an additional function to hide the placement of the mirrors.[101] It consumes one token, which is thrown in the air.[123]
    Type Normal Summon
    This Trigger opens a small portal through which a Dog, or perhaps another pre-programmed Trion Soldier, comes out.[119] When available, a Galopoula soldier carries several of them.[119][124] Each Gate consumes one token, which must be embedded into a solid surface.[119]
    Type Normal Tunnel
    A small device that when attached to a flat surface creates a hole large enough for a person to pass through.[80] When the effect terminates, the surface is restored to its pristine state.[125] This Trigger works on walls that are several meters thick.[126] However, it was implied to be capable of opening tunnels only perpendicularly to the surface the device is used on, and it may be ineffective if the wall is too thick.[127] It does not consume any tokens.

    Unknown Classification Triggers/Devices[edit source]

    Paraphernalia created by Neighbors which do not seem to be part of standard equipment.

    Unclassified Galopoula Triggers/Devices
    Type Normal Controller
    A hand-held controller that can be connected to a number of devices, from appliances inside an expedition ship such as computers and holographic projectors[128] to Trion Soldiers.[129] The latter function is called Manual Mode and, depending on the type of Trion Soldier directed, it can be used for different purposes, two of which are reconnaissance[129] and combat.[130] Even if the controlled Trion Soldier is destroyed, it is possible to immediately switch to a new one.[131] It can direct up to two Trion Soldiers at the same time.[132] When the user is skilled, Manual Mode permits to increase the power of Trion Soldiers dramatically[133] with the user fighting in total safety. The user sees through the "eye" of the Trion Soldier via a helmet.[134]

    In Calvaria[edit source]

    Calvaria is known to have few Trigger users, at least compared to Spinthir.[135] In fact, it seems the vast majority of its military forces do not utilize Triggers,[136] so the planet-nation relies on Trion Soldiers (Marmods in particular) for defense.[137] Aside from their firearms,[138] soldiers from Calvaria also wield spears, curved daggers, and swords[137], although these weapons may not be Triggers or, if they are, they do not generate trion bodies.[136]

    Calvaria's Triggers
    Type Normal Trion Ammunition
    Fighters from Calvaria can shoot bullets made out of trion through weapons similar to hunting rifles.[138] Since they mentioned running low on ammo during one of the battles against Spinthir,[138] it is possible only the bullets are made out of trion, and that the guns are regular firearms, leaving it ambiguous if they create a trion body or if they are Triggers in the first place.

    In Spinthir[edit source]

    Spinthir's Trigger users are easily distinguishable due to their black armor.[139] Like the warriors from Leoforio,[140] soldiers from Spinthir occasionally ride Trion Soldiers (specifically Bamsters) in battle,[139] although they are more frequently seen fighting on their own after breaching the enemy's defenses.[137][135] This planet-nation seems to have more Trigger users than Calvaria.[135] All of those introduced thus far dual-wielded their weapons.[137]

    Spinthir's Triggers
    Type Normal Arm Blades
    This Trigger allows the user to summon two long, curved blades around their arms, or possibly to turn their forearms into blades.[137] They are durable enough to withstand the attacks of a Marmod without a scratch.[137][141] The only known user of this Trigger sported five short, parallel vertical lines on his helmet.[142]
    Type Normal Bracers
    This Trigger allows the user to summon a flat, shield-like bracer on each of their forearms which are durable enough to withstand the attacks of a Marmod without a scratch.[137][141] An orb similar to the eye of Trion Soldiers also appears on the user's palm, with two smaller ones a few inches from the user's hand.[142] The only known user of this Trigger sported nine dots grouped in three parallel lines of three on his helmet.[142]
    Type Normal Swords
    This Trigger allows the user to conjure two[137] double-edged swords without a handguard.[143] The only known user of this Trigger sported three parallel horizontal lines on his helmet.[143]
    Type Normal Trion Body
    Trion bodies are the most basic implement granted by Triggers. They are virtually invulnerable to damage that is not caused by trion (and thus by Triggers or Trion Soldiers), and also grant the user several physical enhancements,[16] as well as an internal communication system. Those from Spinthir are covered in black armor with distinguishing motifs on the front of the helmet.[137]

    In Menoeides[edit source]

    Trigger Holders from Menoeides.

    Extremely little is known about Triggers from Menoeides, except that their Trigger Users are shaped like hexagonal prisms or parallepipeds, with dots and lines arranged in different motifs on at least one of the broader faces.[144]

    In Ergates[edit source]

    Main article: Ergates' Trigger

    The Ergates Triggers revealed thus far revolve around the generation and control of Trion Soldiers. The nation is in possession of at least one Black Trigger.

    Ergates Triggers
    Type Normal Ergates' Trigger
    An unnamed, anime-exclusive trigger used by the residents of the errant nation of Ergates. This trigger was designed mainly to release and control specially designed trion soldiers for combat. However it has shown the ability to turn the user invisible similarly to Chameleon[145] as well as summoning a blade similar to Scorpion[146].

    Triggers of Unknown Origin[edit source]

    Triggers whose country of origin is not known.

    Triggers from Unknown Nations
    Type Normal Wire and Dagger
    An unknown Trigger Yūma Kuga used during his time in the Neighborhood. It summons two daggers connected to Yūma's wrists (to each other in the anime) by a string. Their small size allows the user to hide them under their clothes, a tactic Yūma used to disguise himself as a civilian and then swiftly eliminate the enemy.[143] The string can be lengthened to throw the corresponding weapon[143] and then retracted to quickly retrieve it.[142]
    Type Normal Sword Trigger
    During his time in the Neighborhood, Yūgo Kuga dual-wielded Tachi-like Triggers, which he kept sheathed on the same side.[147] Due to his past involvement with Border,[148] the shape of the swords,[147] and the similarity of his Trigger Holder to Border's,[149] it is possible those are, in fact, early models of Kogetsu.

    Trivia[edit source]

    • The names of Border's Triggers can be roughly grouped in five categories: meteorology, animals, foreign language words, kanji and astronomy.
      • In addition, Gunner Triggers are very often named after existing missiles, rockets or firearms.
    • Although this has never been openly stated to be a rule, the Trigger Sets of nearly all known Border agents include two Shields equipped in their Trigger Holder.[150] Kyōsuke Karasuma and Osamu Mikumo, who have only one, are however in possession of another defense-oriented Triggers.[151][152]
    • All three known Tamakoma Triggers have been activated with the command "On" (起動(きどう), Kidō Lit. Start-up ?) at least once, which, among Border's normal Triggers, is unique to this class.
    • Despite the vast majority of Border fighters being male, most Triggers with only one user are part of the Trigger Set of a female agent, with a ratio of 4 used by males (Full Arms, Geist, Kogetsu: Spear and the minigun) to 6 used by females (Connector, Enhanced Radar, Idaten, Makō, Sōgetsu and Timer).
    • Thus far, all trion cubes summoned by Shooters have been divided according to the principles of rotational symmetry and have produced exclusively convex bullets.
    • All of Border's prototype Triggers are Optional Triggers.
    • Much like the nations themselves, Triggers from the Neighborhood have Greek names. Additionally, such normal Triggers seem to follow specific patterns:
      • Aftokrator Triggers are named after animals.
      • Galopoula Triggers are named after titles, occupations and other terms related to women.
    • The author listed Vorvoros, Viper, Lead Bullet and Escudo as the Triggers he would like to try out, although he stated he would enjoy doing stunts in a trion body even more.[157]

    References[edit source]

    1. 1.0 1.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 1 Chapter 6 (p. 14) and Episode 4.
    2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Daisuke Ashihara: A technology created by Neighbors to manipulate trion.
      Source: World Trigger Data Base, Volume 5
    3. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 23 (p. 2) and Episode 12.
    4. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 1 Chapter 6 (p. 13) and Episode 4.
    5. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Can you transform without saying "Trigger on" out loud?
      A: If you are touching the Trigger holder and give a clear signal, you can be silent or use a different word. You can even have your own unique transformation phrase.
      Source: Volume 9, Question Corner 8
    6. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 1 Chapter 7 (p. 18) and Episode 4.
    7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 135 (p. 11) and Episode 76.
    8. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 79 (p. 19) and Episode 34.
    9. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 1 Chapter 1 (p. 40) and Episode 1.
    10. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Does trion or trion gland exist in living beings other than humans?
      A: It might, but to use triggers, "clearly radiating the will to activate the trigger" is necessary, so it seems difficult to make a dog or cat use a trigger.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 308, Question 176
    11. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 79 (p. 9) and Episode 34.
    12. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 5 Chapter 36 (p. 6-7) and Episode 18.
    13. 13.0 13.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 135 (p. 15) and Episode 76.
    14. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 207)
    15. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: While you are in your trion body, where is the trigger holder that houses your flesh body?
      A: In another dimension (a dimension on the Neighbourhood side) an independent space has been set aside for the trigger holder to be stored.
      Source: Twitter, September 2015
    16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 2 Chapter 8 (p. 9) and Episode 4.
    17. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 55 (p. 10) and Episode 25.
    18. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 18 Chapter 160 (p. 10) and Episode 85.
    19. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 209)
    20. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 121 (p. 7) and Episode 74.
    21. Daisuke Ashihara: Border classifies them into three groups: Attacker, Gunner and Sniper.
      Source: World Trigger Data Base, Volume 5
    22. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: What were the self-defense triggers the base engineers used during the Large-Scale Invasion Arc?
      A: A trigger that has no weapons or bailout and only transforms into a trion body. Even someone with low trion ability can use it, and can survive once after being attacked.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 306, Question 162
    23. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 4 Chapter 26 (p. 1-2) and Episode 14.
    24. 24.0 24.1 World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 91)
    25. 25.0 25.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 4 Chapter 26 (p. 2) and Episode 14.
    26. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 208-209)
    27. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Does "exclusive optionals" not count in the only two triggers at a time limit?
      A: They don't. Exclusive Optionals, like Kogetsu's exclusive "Senkū", are equipped on the same side of the slots as Kogetsu, and only switched ON when in use (the trion consumed is only what the exclusive option used). Dual-wielding Kogetsu + (Senkū x 2) for a "Double Senkū Kogetsu" is also possible.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 307, Question 167
    28. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 21 Chapter 182 (p. 11) and Episode 95.
    29. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 21 Chapter 186 (p. 9) and Episode 96.
    30. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 119 (p. 5) and Episode 72.
    31. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Why was Osamu able to escape from Mira's skewers when he went trigger off in Volume 9?
      A: Because there was the worry that if someone undid the transformation while they were stuck under debris from buildings or something they would be crushed the moment they returned to their flesh body, so Border's triggers are constructed so that the flesh body is transmitted to coordinates that don't interfere with anything in the surroundings.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 308, Question 177
    32. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 234-235)
    33. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 2-3) and Episode 25.
    34. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 6 Chapter 51 (p. 5-6) and Episode 24.
    35. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 68 (p. 9) and Episode 30.
    36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 64 (p. 19) and Episode 29.
    37. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 5 Chapter 42 (p. 11) and Episode 21.
    38. 38.0 38.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 74 (p. 9) and Episode 33.
    39. 39.0 39.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 123 (p. 15) and Episode 74.
    40. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 134 (p. 8) and Episode 77.
    41. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 2 Chapter 16 (p. 10) and Episode 8.
    42. 42.0 42.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 134 (p. 9) and Episode 77.
    43. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 8) and Episode 25.
    44. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 76 (p. 7) and Episode 34.
    45. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 1) and Episode 25.
    46. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 2) and Episode 25.
    47. 47.0 47.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 3) and Episode 25.
    48. 48.0 48.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 135 (p. 14) and Episode 76.
    49. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 19) and Episode 25.
    50. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 59 (p. 2) and Episode 27.
    51. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 59 (p. 17-18) and Episode 27.
    52. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 9-10) and Episode 25.
    53. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 12-13) and Episode 25.
    54. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 17-18) and Episode 25.
    55. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 59 (p. 15) and Episode 27.
    56. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 54 (p. 16) and Episode 25.
    57. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 59 (p. 12) and Episode 27.
    58. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 59 (p. 14) and Episode 27.
    59. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 60 (p. 9) and Episode 27.
    60. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 58 (p. 13) and Episode 27.
    61. 61.0 61.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 55 (p. 14) and Episode 25.
    62. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 55 (p. 6) and Episode 25.
    63. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 58 (p. 7-8) and Episode 27.
    64. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 65 (p. 1) and Episode 29.
    65. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 135 (p. 14-15) and Episode 77.
    66. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 135 (p. 13-14) and Episode 77.
    67. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 58 (p. 8-9) and Episode 27.
    68. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 58 (p. 4) and Episode 27.
    69. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 63 (p. 6) and Episode 28.
    70. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 65 (p. 4) and Episode 29.
    71. 71.0 71.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 121 (p. 1) and Episode 72.
    72. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 124 (p. 3) and Episode 74.
    73. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 7 Chapter 61 (p. 3-4) and Episode 28.
    74. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 72 (p. 2-3) and Episode 32.
    75. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 9 Chapter 79 (p. 2) and Episode 34.
    76. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 8 Chapter 66 (p. 8) and Episode 30.
    77. 77.0 77.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 18) and Episode 75.
    78. 78.0 78.1 78.2 78.3 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 127 (p. 18) and Episode 75.
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    80. 80.0 80.1 80.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 125 (p. 8) and Episode 74.
    81. 81.0 81.1 81.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 9) and Episode 75.
    82. 82.0 82.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 124 (p. 14) and Episode 74.
    83. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 125 (p. 8-9) and Episode 74.
    84. 84.0 84.1 84.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 4) and Episode 76.
    85. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 125 (p. 3) and Episode 74.
    86. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 134 (p. 7) and Episode 77.
    87. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 120 (p. 17) and Episode 72.
    88. 88.0 88.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 127 (p. 12) and Episode 75.
    89. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 5) and Episode 75.
    90. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 132 (p. 8) and Episode 76.
    91. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 3-4) and Episode 75.
    92. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 131 (p. 2) and Episode 76.
    93. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 3) and Episode 75.
    94. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 131 (p. 1) and Episode 76.
    95. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 131 (p. 8) and Episode 76.
    96. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 5) and Episode 76.
    97. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 6) and Episode 76.
    98. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 6-7) and Episode 76.
    99. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 13) and Episode 76.
    100. 100.0 100.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 18) and Episode 76.
    101. 101.0 101.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 10) and Episode 76.
    102. 102.0 102.1 Daisuke Ashihara: Q: When Gatlin, Rata and Wen Sō were disguised as Idras was it thanks to Servitora (Straw soldiers)? Is Servitora a different trigger as it seems to set up somewhere else?
      A. It's a trigger called Katoptron (被り物(カトプトロン), Katoputoron Lit. Headdress ?) that reads the shape of nearby objects or people and transforms your and your allies' Trion Bodies into that shape.
      Source: Volume 27 - Question Corner 25
    103. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 13) and Episode 75.
    104. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 124 (p. 19) and Episode 74.
    105. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 11) and Episode 75.
    106. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 14) and Episode 75.
    107. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 132 (p. 11) and Episode 76.
    108. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 10-11) and Episode 75.
    109. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 7) and Episode 75.
    110. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 10) and Episode 75.
    111. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 132 (p. 14) and Episode 76.
    112. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 18) and Episode 75.
    113. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 15) and Episode 75.
    114. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 128 (p. 14) and Episode 75.
    115. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 134 (p. 5) and Episode 77.
    116. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 16 Chapter 134 (p. 6) and Episode 77.
    117. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 125 (p. 18) and Episode 74.
    118. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 130 (p. 3) and Episode 76.
    119. 119.0 119.1 119.2 119.3 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 125 (p. 17-18) and Episode 74.
    120. 120.0 120.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 124 (p. 14-15) and Episode 73.
    121. 121.0 121.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 2) and Episode 75.
    122. 122.0 122.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 124 (p. 13) and Episode 73.
    123. 123.0 123.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 126 (p. 12) and Episode 75.
    124. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 127 (p. 13) and Episode 75.
    125. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 125 (p. 9) and Episode 74.
    126. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 124 (p. 18) and Episode 73.
    127. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 125 (p. 10) and Episode 74.
    128. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 121 (p. 9-10) and Episode 74.
    129. 129.0 129.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 123 (p. 14) and Episode 74.
    130. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 127 (p. 10) and Episode 75.
    131. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 129 (p. 14) and Episode 76.
    132. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 129 (p. 15) and Episode 76.
    133. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 15 Chapter 129 (p. 6) and Episode 75.
    134. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 14 Chapter 123 (p. 13) and Episode 74.
    135. 135.0 135.1 135.2 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 10) and Episode 11.
    136. 136.0 136.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 3-4) and Episode 10.
    137. 137.0 137.1 137.2 137.3 137.4 137.5 137.6 137.7 137.8 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 4) and Episode 10.
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    139. 139.0 139.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 3) and Episode 10.
    140. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 5 Chapter 42 (p. 7) and Episode 21.
    141. 141.0 141.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 7) and Episode 10.
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    143. 143.0 143.1 143.2 143.3 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 5) and Episode 10.
    144. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 24 (p. 1) and Episode 13.
    145. World Trigger Anime Episode 58
    146. World Trigger Anime Episode 57
    147. 147.0 147.1 World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 9) and Episode 11.
    148. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 34)
    149. World Trigger Manga and Anime Vol. 3 Chapter 20 (p. 12) and Episode 11.
    150. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File
    151. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 95)
    152. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 141)
    153. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 45)
    154. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 74)
    155. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 86)
    156. World Trigger MangaBorder Briefing File (p. 183)
    157. Daisuke Ashihara: Q: Which Triggers do Sensei want to use?
      A: Vorvoros, Viper, Lead Bullet, Escudo. For now, I just want to use a Trion Body and try jumping around.
      Source: Border Briefing File, Page 326, Question 292

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    Border Triggers
    Basic Equipment Bail OutRadarTrion Body
    Gunner AsteroidCobraGimletHornetHoundMeteorSalamanderTomahawkViper
    Sniper EgretIbisLightning
    Trap Switchbox
    Prototypes ConnectorDummy BeaconFull ArmsGeistIdatenMakōTeleporterTimer
    Aftokrator Triggers
    Basic Equipment CapeHolographic ProjectorTrion ReceptorTracking BeaconTrion Body
    Horn ChelidonLampyris
    Black AlektorOrganonSpeiraskiaBorboros
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