Power Rangers Megaforce (Series) - TV Tropes
And yay: I liked the third Megaforce episode. Though "Are you more Power Rangers?" it asked We're here to talk with Gosei and meet the new Rangers." "Yeah," nodded Tommy as he and the new Red shook hands. The fictional characters of Power Rangers Megaforce include the Power Rangers , their In order to transform into the Megaforce Rangers, they use the Gosei Troy Burrows is the Megaforce Red Ranger and leader of the Mega Rangers. . until the attack of Gorgax leads Orion to meet the other Megaforce Power Rangers. This article is about a/an ally in Power Rangers Megaforce and Power Knowing that the Armada grows stronger everyday, he sends the Rangers to Animaria in search of the Red When the team first meets Gosei, Jake calls him "freaky tiki".
Due to this, he constantly argues with Vrak. Creepox's main weapons are the sickles on his forearms. His size makes him the physically strongest of his kind. Creepox follows a warrior code of honor and pride but, if pressed, he becomes entirely driven by rage and uses his raw strength to enforce the superiority of the Insectoids. He develops a rivalry with Troy after the latter refuses to fight him.
In "Stranger Ranger", he engages Troy in battle, but his cockiness allows Troy to beat him. He finally meets his end in the episode "Who's Crying Now? Creepox is voiced by Mark Mitchinson. Vrak[ edit ] Vrak is a cunning and treacherous member of alien nobility who was sent by his father Emperor Mavro to serve as the Insectoids' war advisor, thus he is the only one who is not truly an Insectoid.
He solves matters with reasoning and comes up with elaborated plans to take over Earth, seeking to achieve victory at all costs. Mortally wounded by the destruction of the Warstar Spaceship, Vrak is rescued by Metal Alice, who revives him as an ammonite -armored cyborg with his useless emotions removed; however, he initially suffers amnesia as a result of the conversion.
Vrak is the primary and most proactive enemy to the Megaforce Rangers before he goes into hiding as the Armada arrive at the suggestion of the Messenger's head since the Armada wouldn't recognize his cyborg form.
Vrak resurfaces in "Vrak is Back" following the destruction of his brother, Prince Vekar where he abducts Orion to drain his powers, reprograms Robo Knight into Dark Robo Knight to serve him, and plans to tear the Earth apart with special drills. It is revealed that Emperor Mavro favors Vrak more than Vekar and that the Rangers "did him a favor" by destroying him late in Super Megaforce.
Vrak is shown to have gained the ability to change at will between his three forms and his true angel -like form that he calls his "Prince Vrak" form. Vrak is finally destroyed by Troy in "Vrak is Back" Pt. Vrak is voiced by Jason Hood. Loogies[ edit ] Loogies are the lime-colored humanoid Insectoid foot soldiers. They attack on swarms and wield daggers that double as blasters.
Virox can transform humans into Loogies by sneezing on them. They are only used by the advance party Warstar aliens while the Armanda uses X Borgs and Bruisers instead. Zombats[ edit ] Zombats are Vrak's one-eyed, bat -like robots. They are used to grow monsters and certain objects. Whenever they act on someone, a blue hexagon forms with the symbol of its army at its center. They are called "Zombolts" when used to enlarge a robot.
Insectoid Monsters[ edit ] Scaraba voiced by Anthony Ray Parker - A scarab monster that is able to create large boulders to attack enemies. He can secrete capture nets and split himself into small UFOs. This monster was destroyed by the Gosei Great Megazord.
Virox voiced by Kevin Harty - A stinkbug monster able to sneeze out a virus that turns humans into Loogies. This monster was destroyed by Sea Gosei Great Megazord. Dragonflay voiced by Robert Mignault - A dragonfly monster who is able to run at great speeds and shoot lasers from his eyes.
This monster was destroyed by Land Gosei Great Megazord. Beezara voiced by Sarah Banasiak - A wasp monster who is a member of royalty. Beezara has venomous royal jelly which turns males into servants and females into enemies. She turned Gia and Emma against each other before their friendship broke the spell.
This monster was destroyed by Sky Gosei Great Megazord. Dizchord voiced by Dean Young - A rhyming cricket monster that fancies himself as the best musician in the universe - but nothing could be farther from the truth. His sound is extremely painful to most people who hear it until Emma - aided by Troy - negates it with her voice.
This monster was destroyed by Gosei Great Megazord. Toxic Mutants[ edit ] The Toxic Mutants are pollution -made beings whose sole wish is to intoxicate Earth and make it suitable to their kind. Each of the Toxic Mutants incorporates the appearances of a cryptid and an invertebrate. They ally with the Insectoids to reach their goal. Their base is an oozy underground cavern near a large lake at the forest surrounding Harwood County.
The defeat of both Bigs and Bluefur, the last of their kind, places an end to the evil faction. Bigs[ edit ] Bigs is a slimy Mutant with earthworm -like features who has an overly goofy and joyous personality. He has great respect for his toxic brethren.Power Rangers Super Megaforce - Gia meets Orion - Episode 7 "Silver Lining, Part 1"
Direct contact with toxins enhances his strength. He uses a scepter-like cane or a set of twin staffs to fight and can dissolve into an amorphous state to evade being hit by or deflect any attacks. Being made of slime also allows Bigs to reform if the noxious ooze that makes up his body is not totally annihilated. Bigs can also harness the Aurora Box and fire it through his signature move, the Aurora Blast. Bluefur[ edit ] Bluefur is a short-tempered Bigfoot -themed Mutant with tarantula -like features who is the largest and strongest of his race.
He wields a double-headed club in battle and uses it to bash his foes. Similarly to Bigs, Bluefur shows much esteem for his kind and regards them with great respect. He can stomp the ground with extreme force to unleash a foot-shaped shockwave or combine his double club with Bigs' cane to generate powerful balls of toxic fire as well as enter a dual formation to fix and lock Bigs' aim when the latter uses the Aurora Blast. He can dig underground, spin extremely fast, and spew green slime.
This monster was destroyed by Robo Knight in the form of the Lion Mechazord. Distractor later creates an illusion of Hisser which became real afterwards. His signature move is Tick Attack. This monster was destroyed by the Gosei Grand Megazord. Distractor later creates an illusion of Psychotick which later became real.
During this time, he wields an axe in battle. He wields spikes in battle, can shoot lasers, breathe fire and steal shadows from other living beings with his tongue, rendering them motionless. This monster was destroyed by the Gosei Great Grand Megazord. He was enlisted by Vrak to cause a diversion on the Rangers so that he can steal the Wild Sword.
This monster was destroyed by the Ultra Power Dynamic Strike. He first appeared as an illusion formed by Distractor to distract the Rangers and later took physical form. In "Raising Spirits," it is revealed that Gremlin has a cousin named Glytcher. He was created as an illusion and later given life by Distractor.
This monster was destroyed by the Rangers' Ultra Dynamic Strike attack. He was created as an illusion and later given life by Distractor as part of his army due to the power of the Wild Sword.
He first appeared as an illusion formed by Distractor and later given physical form by Distractor as a member of his ghost army. He does so simply because human laughter annoys him. Nojoke can flap his wings to create powerful winds and bind foes with tickling rings. Being the test subject of the Aurora Box, a royal weapon which can enhance a Mutant a hundredfold, Dream Snatcher can eat the dreams of people that are awake, trapping them in a dark dream world and creating Roots of Despair to rot away the Earth.
He causes glitches in electronics and has good leaping ability. He is vulnerable to being tickled.
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After causing a brief power blackout on Halloween, Glytcher appears in the form of a hooded robed fortune teller in order to see the future of Troy, Noah, Gia, and Jake only to keep seeing the visions of the Power Rangers defeating past monsters consisting of Virox, Dragonflay, Yuffo, and Creepox.
Robots[ edit ] The Robots are an artificial army created in order to replace the Insectoids and Mutants and continue the war against humanity. Their base is Vrak's underwater laboratory located in the shallow coastal sea surrounding Harwood County. Metal Alice[ edit ] Metal Alice is a female robot who Vrak creates in his lab.
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She is completed some time after Bigs and Bluefur are defeated. Alice considers humans as inferior beings and does her best to eliminate the Power Rangers on behalf of her master.
She initially tried to convince Robo Knight to join her, but he refused as humans were a part of the Earth's environment. Although at first cold and ruthless, like she was designed to be, she eventually develops feelings for Vrak after he becomes a cyborg and saves her life. When Metal Alice falls against the Megaforce alongside the Messenger however, Vrak leaves and she realizes he never really valued her at all. Created before Vrak in order to show the power of robots, he can emit lasers and chains, roll up into his shell and combine junk into a shield.
Upon being born, Metal Alice attacks him and her left leg is severed. Vrak is impressed by his strength. Rotox DX voiced by Mark Wright - A rebuilt and upgraded version of Rotox built after gathering info about the previous battle. His strength is enhanced tenfold. He is beaten by the Ultra Knight Dynamic. Water Rotox voiced by Mark Wright - Three robotic clones of Rotox that were used as part of the final robot onslaught.
They can withstand rusting and boast a wide arsenal. Like the Loogies, however, the Megaforce easily disposes of them, each taken down by a dual attack.
Robot 1-C-0 who was renamed Rico by Emma was created to unveil the meaning of friendship. Though Metal Alice attempts to make Rico revert to a heartless machine, Emma and the other Rangers help him escape the Earth and therefore her control, leaving him the only robot they have not destroyed. Armada[ edit ] The Armada is a large army that is led by Emperor Mavro and Prince Vekar and was heralded by the Warstar Insectoids, their high-ranking forces. Unlike the Warstar, the Armada is composed of several ships following Prince Vekar's flagship and therefore has more monsters to use against the Rangers.
When Emperor Mavro arrives, he replaces Vekar's fleet with his own, while sending out a message to all remaining Armada ships to converge on Earth. In "The Wrath", the Armada is shown to have a large number of vessels, as no sooner do the Power Rangers destroy all but Mavro's ship, a new fleet blankets the sky and destroys their Zords. Prince Vekar[ edit ] Prince Vekar is the older brother of Vrak, the eldest son of Emperor Mavro, and the primary fleet leader of the Armada.
Like his brother, Vekar is cunning and treacherous, using his intellect to get what he wants. Unlike Vrak however, Vekar is hot-headed, impulsive and quick to rage. Vekar is also childish, once demanding Damaras and Argus to stop being taller than him. Despite being more spoiled than Vrak, he shows clear resentment towards his brother for being Mavro's favorite son and allowed to take on special assignments for the Armada in secret.
All the past Ranger teams in the finale, showing up to help destroy the Armada once and for all. Metal Alice's Torpedo Tits attack didn't make the jump either. Cards of Power Catch-Phrase: Troy's becoming fond of "Let's take it to the next level! Done with both holiday episodes. He also refers to the preceding Ranger teams. The Zombats' heads are eyeballs. While not quite dark per se, Megaforce has much less of the excessive comic relief, one-liners and Lull Destruction that made Power Rangers Samurai before it so hit-or-miss.
Super Megaforce is already darker than most series in its premiere alone. The Armada is played frighteningly seriously and is very clever, and they show just how much damage an alien invasion can cause, while showing off the now-destroyed school and mall. The Silver Ranger's origin is very dark.
The Armada attacked his home world and killed everyone. Unlike most examples, it's more or less explicitly shown his entire world was slaughtered and he was the only one left. The downer ending below definitely qualifies.
Killing Emperor Mavro is the beginning of the end for the Armada, but their army makes a Last Villain Stand and must be destroyed by every Power Rangers team ever. Robo Knight misses out on the final showdown with Malkor due to researching humanity at the library and not hearing his communicator.
Though this is due to the original Goseiger episode occurring much earlier in the season before Gosei Knight first appeared; note that the Rangers don't use any of their late-season upgrades against Malkor either. In a similar vein to the transition from Power Rangers Turbo to Power Rangers in Spacethe first season of Megaforce doesn't end so well for the Rangers. Sure Metal Alice and The Messenger from the Armada are defeated, but Vrak got away, and the Armada begins their invasion of Earth with extreme prejudice, and the season ends on a cliff hanger to boot.
Dizchord, the Monster of the Week in episode 6, who fancies himself the greatest rockstar in the universe, but just plain sucks. He even weaponizes Suckiness Is Painful. A couple of episodes, including its first one, open with Troy having a dream involving numerous Power Rangers teams fighting a massive battle. Dreaming of Things to Come: Troy frequently sees visions of a war involving unknown to him Rangers in his dreams.
Averted by the first season's mecha, which go by their Goseiger names with "Megazord" on the end for example, Gosei Great becomes the Gosei Great Megazord, though for some reason Gosei Ground becomes the Gosei Grand Megazord.
A lot of this probably has to do with sticking as closely as possible to Gosei Card Stock Footage. In Super Megaforce, "Damaras" survives the transition. This keeps what's shaping up to be a tradition of the Nickelodeon years: Most evident in "Robo Knight" where his expression doesn't change at all when Robo Knight doesn't shake his hand - this has caused Rangerboard to joke that Troy's more robotic than the actual robot is.
However, it is mostly averted with the other Rangers. Sixth Ranger Robo Knight appears in the first episode when Troy dreams about the Legend War, which of course hasn't happened yet. He also sees the Super Megaforce Mooks in the dreams.
Not the team name, but much of the Rangers' equipment is named after Gosei. The morphers also seem to be his face in miniature - which is at least better than Goseiger, where Master Headder's face was the team logo and was thus plastered on everything.
Then again, Troy sees said logo on Robo Knight and says it looks like Gosei Troy's optimism is on full display when asked which species is most likely to survive, saying "Humans.
Because together, we can accomplish anything. Gosei and Tensou are the next Zordon and Alpha. Gosei mentions that Zordon was his mentor. Though Tensou's more like Johnny 5 than Alpha 5. The five core Rangers are also more or less supposed to be expys of the original five, but it's way more subtle than you'd think. They're also strikingly similar to the Wild Force team.
Robo Knight seems to be one of RoboCop with a similar voice and sound effects. Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: In "Prince Takes Knight", Vrak assumes the Rangers abandoned Robo Knight after they called him out for endangering civilians; and is surprised when they come to his rescue anyway.
Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Some of the mutants have rather obvious and descriptive names, like Shadow Serpent a snake-like monster that eats shadows and Dream Snatcher who eats people's dreams. A customer of Ernie's Brainfreeze, named Jordan, claims to his peers that he's the Red Ranger, but is rather cowardly. Coward he may be, but he was able to track the Rangers through a forest, and if not for the remarkably newly trained ability to sense incoming threatswould have discovered the Ranger's true identities!
Creepox is the most blatant about insectoid superiority over humans, but Vrak shows some too; and Metal Alice equally feels that robots are superior.
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Insects and Robots are mentioned during science class as potential "stronger species". Insect aliens begin invading later that episode, and robot enemies are antagonists later in the season.
The third group of enemies was foreshadowed in the next episode, when we found that Mr.