The Elite were Japan's foremost team. Their members were not permitted to abandon Endbringer fights. They were organized into multiple differing teams spread out among Japan.
Each groups costumes were color-coded and stylized, effectively identical without a color swap and organized into groups with matching body types. When deployed against Endbringers all Sentai present wore tinker-made armor with wrist-mounted laser guns and rifles at their hips.
↑ 2.02.1They were color coded, and also had stylized elements to their costumes. There was a giant robot, but it didn’t combine. Seiunsho’s latest version appeared earlier in this arc.- Comment by Wildbow on Crushed 24.4
↑Basically, you want the opposite of that Sentai Elite thing. You know, five or six people of roughly the same height and body type, in matching costumes with a color swap. - Department Sixty Four, PRT Quest thread i p23
↑The Sentai joined him, adding their ranged fire to his. They had a man who mass produced their armor and weapons, each with wrist-mounted laser guns, rifles at their hips. Sixteen or seventeen of them opened fire with both weapons at the same time. - Excerpt from Interlude 22.y
↑“Kyushu, the night of November second and the morning of the third, 1999. His sixth appearance. Nine and a half million killed when the region was swamped with tidal waves from every direction while Leviathan disrupted prearranged evacuation attempts. Nearly three million evacuees rendered homeless, a nation sundered. -Excerpt from Extermination 8.2
“There’s no heroes on scene,” Tecton said. “Japan doesn’t have many dedicated heroes anymore.” [...] Silent, we watched as the heroes engaged. Eidolon and Legend joined the Japanese heroes in fighting the unnamed Endbringer, keeping a safe distance. - Excerpt from Scarab 25.4