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Here are a list of characters in Legacy of Power.

Detective Jason Lee Scott, SDPD/Red Morphin Master Edit

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Kimberly Ann “Kim” Hart-Scott/Pink Ranger Edit

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Born Kimberly Ann Hart, Kim served as the first Pink Ranger of Earth for two and a half years, from 1993 to 1995, before turning her Power Coin over in order to achieve her dream of making it to the Olympics.  After years of hard work and dedication, Kim made it to the 2000 World Olympics in Sydney, Australia, where she placed second in gymnastics and won a Silver Medal.  With her dream realized and completed, Kim returned to the United States and set up a gymnastics studio in her hometown of Angel Grove, California.  There, she reconnected with her friends and even fell in love with Jason Scott (whom she had loved since forever and had a crush on in early puberty), and the two were married in 2004.

In 2003, not long after becoming engaged, Jason and Kimberly moved from Angel Grove to Coronado after Jason requested a transfer off the Angel Grove Police Department in the aftermath of a deadly shoot.  It took a while, but Kim soon fell in love with the area.

She and Jason have a daughter, Jasmine, who was born in 2004.  Aside from being a mother and an inactive Power Ranger, Kimberly runs her own gymnastics/martial arts studio.  In addition to her gymnastics career, Kim holds a 1st degree black belt in karate and a brown belt in Krav Maga.  She has also sung a few songs with Tanya Sloan and Kira Ford, both music superstars and both former Power Rangers (Yellow Rangers, to be specific).

With her husband’s return to active duty as a Power Ranger, Kim has found herself in a few battles which required her to dust off her Power Coin and be prepared to defend herself and her family.  As the Pink Ranger, Kim carries the Power Bow and commands the Pterodactyl Dinozord, the Firebird Thunderzord, and the Crane Ninjazord; she can also call upon the Metallic Armor when necessary.  On one occasion, while Jason and his team were otherwise occupied, Kim used the Green Power Coin to utilize the Dragon Shield, the Dragon Dagger, and the Dragonzord.  She drives the Scott family vehicle, a Ford Taurus sedan.

In 2014, Kimberly joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.  During the battle, she, Zack, Billy, and Aisha activated the Metallic Armor as a power boost.

Jasmine Scott Edit

Born on November 21, 2004 (six years to the day after the Countdown to Destruction), Jasmine Scott is the daughter of Jason and Kimberly Scott, and the first child born of the first team of Power Rangers of Earth.  As the daughter of two Power Rangers, Jasmine has a biological connection to the Power, which has yet to be fully realized or understood.

In August 2010, Jasmine began first grade at Coronado Elementary School, and both martial arts and gymnastics training at her parents’ dojo.

John and Karen Scott Edit

Jason’s parents, they both still reside in Angel Grove; however, they frequently drive down to San Diego to visit their son, daughter-in-law, and granddaughter, and vice versa. 

Detective Joshua Andrew “Josh” Grayson, SDPD, Sgt., USMCR/Red Dragon Morphin Warrior Edit

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A Marine, Det. Josh Grayson was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.  His father, also a former Marine who now worked in a car factory, was killed in a robbery when Josh was 17.  Partially to honor his father and partially to escape Detroit, Josh enlisted in the Marine Corps after high school.  He served four years on active duty, including a tour in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom, before transferring to the Marine Corps Reserve at the end of 2002 with the rank of Lance Corporal.  He began attending San Diego State on his GI bill, and also took a job on the San Diego Police Department at the same time, where he was assigned to the Traffic Division.

In 2006, upon his graduation from the SDS with a degree in Criminal Justice, Josh took the detective’s exam and passed, and was subsequently assigned to Robbery-Homicide, where he became partners and friends with Jason Scott.  A while into their friendship, Josh discovered that Jason was the first Red Ranger of Earth back in 1993.

In July 2010, Josh, Rosie, and Jason were transported to an alternate reality, where he was bestowed the Power of the Red Thunder Morphin Warrior and command of the Red Dragon Thunderzord.

Around Christmas 2010, Josh participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Josh joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.

As a member of the United States Marine Corps Reserve, Josh drills for one weekend a month and two weeks a year at Camp Pendleton, and is currently assigned to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego as a martial arts instructor.  By 2010, Josh held a brown belt in Marine Corps Martial Arts, and the rank of Sergeant, USMCR.  He also participates in various Marine Corps charities around the San Diego area.

As a Detective with the SDPD, Josh drives a Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor as his duty vehicle and carries a Beretta 92FS pistol in 9×19mm (a holdover from his days as a Marine) as his sidearm.

Crime Scene Technician Rose “Rosie” Jones, SDPD/Red Ape Morphin Warrior Edit

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A beautiful 25-year-old redhead, Rosie Jones was recruited to the San Diego PD Crime Lab right out of college at the age of 22.  She graduated from high school at the age of 16, and was accepted at Stanford University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology and a Master’s in Forensic science.  Unlike many other “brainiacs”, Rosie is a social person and was considered popular at both her high school and at Stanford, so social niceties and human behavior weren’t lost on her.

It is a well-known running gag within the San Diego PD that Rosie has a crush on Det. Jason Scott, a homicide detective she frequently works with.  The crush has dissipated, somewhat, as the two got to know one another, slowly-but-surely morphing into a platonic love based on friendship (although she still maintains some personal lustful fantasies that she keeps to herself).  Also, Rosie became fast friends with Jason’s wife, Kim, who began teaching the younger woman gymnastics.  One day, Rosie came upon a photograph of the original six Power Rangers, helmetless, hidden within Jason and Kim’s home.  Being sworn to secrecy (alongside Jason’s partner, Josh), Rosie became an even better friend to the Scotts.

In July 2010, Rosie, Josh, and Jason were transported to an alternate reality, where she was bestowed the Power of the Red Ninja Morphin Warrior and command of the Ape Ninjazord.

Around Christmas 2010, Rosie participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Rosie joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.

As a Crime Scene Technician with the SDPD, Rosie is not required to carry a sidearm on duty.  However, she does have a permit for and does use a Smith & Wesson 3913 Ladysmith in 9×19mm as her weapon of choice.

Sergeant Vanessa Brewster, SDPD Edit

The Duty Sergeant of the SDPD 13th Precinct, Sgt. Vanessa Brewster serves as Capt. George Williams’ 2nd-in-Command.  A capable field officer, Sgt. Brewster took the promotion and desk job at the 1-3 so she could spend more time with her family. 

Sgt. Brewster is the kind of person who makes friends easily, and she quickly became the precinct’s resident mother hen.  She’s tuned in to all of the office gossip, and is a confidant to anyone who needs one. She’s also the only member of the office who can make a great cup of coffee.

As a uniformed sergeant with the SDPD, Sgt. Brewster drives black and white police car as her duty vehicle and carries a SIG-Sauer P229 in 9×19mm as her sidearm.

Captain George Williams, SDPD Edit

The oldest active-duty officer on the San Diego Police Department, Capt. George Williams has been a cop for over half a century.  He joined the police force in the mid-1950s after serving in the Army during the Korean War, and has worked on the streets as a narcotics, violent crimes, and homicide detective before being kicked upstairs in the 1990s in lieu of retirement.  He has managed the SDPD 13th Precinct for 15 years now, and over the course of his career, he has earned numerous commendations, made more than a few enemies, and many more friends in both high and low places.  His officers all love and respect him (he is known affectionately as “the Old Man”), and is quick to compliment his subordinates on a job well done and just as fast to reprimand them for any infractions.

Even now, on the cusp of his 80th birthday, Capt. Williams is still a force to be reckoned with.  As a skilled investigator, he deduced that he was employing Earth’s first Red Ranger as one of his detectives, and while his respect for Jason Scott and what he did as a teenager is profound, he never let it color his judgment of the man as a police officer.

As a senior officer with the SDPD, Capt. Williams continues to carry his Colt Detective Special in .38 Special revolver as his duty weapon.

Capt. Williams has been happily married for over 50 years, and is a father, grandfather, and, as of 2007, a great-grandfather.

Special Agent Samuel “Rocky” Douglas, Jr., FBI/Red Ape Morphin Warrior Edit

A close personal friend of Jason Scott, Samuel Douglas, Jr., nicknamed Rocky, first met the former Power Ranger when Jason transferred to the San Diego PD.  A second-generation federal agent, Rocky, like Jason, was trained in the martial arts from an early age.  He and his brothers, Jeffrey (Colt) and Michael (Tum-Tum) were taught by their Okinawan grandfather, Mori Tanaka, during the summers of their childhood.  With their martial arts skills, Rocky, Colt, and Tum-Tum were responsible for foiling two terrorist plots, as well as taking down a corrupt businessman exploiting Native Americans during his early teenage years.  In 2001, an 18-year-old Rocky’s grandfather died, leaving him and his brothers devastated.

After completing his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education at UC San Diego while playing baseball, Rocky joined the FBI, and was assigned to the Auto-Crimes Unit, which investigated interstate and international vehicular crimes.  It was there that he met Jason, who at the time was a detective with the SDPD Auto Theft Unit, in a few joint-operations.   In 2005, Rocky was transferred overseas to the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, where he spent a year serving as a “legal attaché”.  Once his tour in Afghanistan was up, Rocky was assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force in New York City.

As of 2010, Rocky has returned to his law enforcement roots and is the Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York Field Office Auto-Crimes Unit.  He carries a full-size Glock 22 pistol in .40 S&W as his sidearm, and drives a Dodge Charger as his duty vehicle.  He returned to the San Diego Field Office a year later.

In 2011, after the second crossover with the “Personality Conflicts”-verse, during which he interacted with Jason’s team of Rangers, Rocky (along with FBI Probationary Agent Veronica Mars) established a rare, but not unheard of, spontaneous connection to the Morphin Grid – a connection that allowed him to become a Red Ninja Morphin Warrior.

In 2014, Rocky joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.

Special Agent Veronica Leigh Mars, B.A., FBI/Purple Medusa Morphin Warrior Edit

Veronica Mars is a highly-intelligent, highly-sarcastic federal agent.  At the age of 23 in 2011, Veronica graduated from the FBI Academy at Quantico and was assigned to the FBI San Diego Field Office as a Probationary Field Agent.  She’s the daughter of Keith Mars, the current Sheriff of Balboa County.

A lifelong resident of Neptune, California (a city-town just north of San Diego), Veronica made a name for herself as a teenager as both a high school and citywide private investigator (although she was officially the receptionist at her father’s private investigation agency, Mars Investigations).  She was responsible for solving the Lilly Kane murder case, identifying a bomber who blew up a school bus and killed 10 people, uncovering a sexual predator who liked little boys, discovering the identity of the Hearst College Rapist, and more…all between the ages of 17 to 22.  She remains close to many of her friends in Neptune, including Wallace Fennel, Logan Echolls, and Eli “Weevil” Navarro.

Veronica graduated from Hearst College with a degree in Criminology in 2010, and, after spending 3 summers as an intern, was almost immediately accepted to the Academy.  As a Probie, Veronica is the low-girl on the totem pole, often given the grunt work that the more senior agents don’t want to deal with.  Veronica endures, however, knowing that one day she’ll be the delegator and not the delegatee.

As an FBI Agent with the San Diego Field Office, Veronica has had a few interactions with SDPD homicide detectives Jason Scott and Josh Grayson, and her innate detective skills allowed her to pierce their secret identities as Red Rangers.  In 2011, after the second crossover with the “Personality Conflicts”-verse, during which she interacted with Jason’s team of Rangers, Veronica (along with SAC Rocky Douglas) established a rare, but not unheard of, spontaneous connection to the Morphin Grid – a connection that allowed her to become a Purple Medusa Morphin Warrior.

In 2014, Veronica joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.

As a Probationary Field Agent with the FBI, Veronica carries a Glock 27 in .40 S&W as her duty weapon and drives a Dodge Charger.  She owns a Chrysler LeBaron which she drives while off-duty. 

Zachary Emanuel “Zack” Taylor/Black Ranger Edit

The original Black Ranger of Earth, Zack Taylor retired from the Power Rangers alongside Jason Lee Scott and Trini Kwan after they were chosen to represent the United States at the World Teen Peace Conference in 1994.  He passed his powers on to Adam Park.

In 2014, Zack joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.  During the battle, he, Billy, Kimberly, and Aisha activated the Metallic Armor as a power boost.

As the Black Ranger, Zack carries a Blade Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Power Axe as his personal weapon.  He commands the Mastodon Dinozord and the Lion Thunderzord; he also maintains the Metallic Armor to use when necessary.

Dr. William David “Billy” Cranston, Ph.D./Blue Ranger Edit

The first Blue Ranger of Earth, Billy Cranston was the only Ranger to maintain his power for the entire three years the team was active.

After the destruction of the Power Coins, Billy led the team during the time they were all children.  Upon the completion of the Zeo Quest, Billy chose to retire from being an active Power Ranger and instead concentrated on assisting Zordon and Alpha with technical support.

Near the end of the Zeo Rangers’ run, Billy moved to Aquitar where he fell in love with Cestria.

In 2014, Billy returned to Earth alongside the Alien Rangers of Aquitar in order to join all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.  During the battle, he, Zack, Kimberly, and Aisha activated the Metallic Armor as a power boost.

As the Blue Ranger, Billy carries a Blade Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Power Lance as his personal weapon.  He commands the Triceratops Dinozord, the Unicorn Thunderzord, the Wolf Ninjazord, and the Blue Shogunzord; he also maintains his Ninja Ranger powers and the Metallic Armor to use when necessary.

Trini Kwan/Yellow Ranger (d. 2001) Edit

The original Yellow Ranger of Earth, Trini Kwan retired from the Power Rangers at the same time as Jason and Zack after they were chosen to represent the United States at the World Teen Peace Conference in 1994, giving her powers to Aisha Campbell.  Unlike Jason, Trini found her niche in politics and diplomacy, and intended to make a career out of it.

Tragically, Trini died on September 3, 2001 (just 8 days before 9/11) in a car accident at the age of 23, leaving her fellow Rangers devastated.  She is buried at Angel Grove Cemetery.

As the Yellow Ranger, Trini carried a Blade Blaster as her Ranger sidearm, and used the Power Daggers as her personal weapon. She commanded the Sabertooth Tiger Dinozord and the Griffin Thunderzord; she also had access to the Metallic Armor to use when necessary.

Dr. Thomas James “Tommy” Oliver, Ph.D./Zeo Ranger V – Red Edit

Earth’s “greatest” and longest-serving Power Ranger, Dr. Tommy Oliver has never truly left the Power behind.  After being chosen by Rita Repulsa to be her Evil Green Ranger at the age of 15, Tommy was freed from Rita’s brainwashing and turned good.  When the Green Ranger’s powers were depleted in 1994, Tommy became the White Ranger, before becoming Zeo Ranger V–Red and the Red Turbo Ranger.  Not long after graduating high school, Tommy retired from the Power Rangers, and gave his Turbo powers to T.J. Johnson, and began attending college.

Over the next several years, Tommy worked on his degree, finishing in 2004 with a Ph.D. in Paleontology.  He subsequently became a teacher, and became the mentor of the Dino Thunder Power Rangers, who were his students at Reefside High School.  At the same time, Tommy became a Ranger again, this time the Black Dino Thunder Ranger.  He spent the better part of the year as a Ranger, before sacrificing his powers to defeat Mesogog.  With Mesogog’s defeat, Tommy returned to teaching and once again retired from active duty.  Due to the Black Dino Gem, Tommy has the civilian superpower of invisibility.

Tommy led the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 that defeated the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera.

In addition to his Ph.D. in Paleontology, Tommy also holds a 7th degree black belt in American-style karate and uses the title of Kyoshi.  He’s been training in the martial arts for almost 30 years, and earned his 1st degree black belt at age 12.  He was promoted to his current rank in 2011 at the age of 33, making him one of the youngest 7th degrees in the world.

Not long after the first Forever Red mission in 2002, Tommy and Jason began to organize “Red Weekends”, where the Red Rangers of Earth (and the universe, if they’re on Earth) get together every few months at a Red Ranger’s house to hang out, play poker, drink beer, practice martial arts, reminisce about the “good old days”, etc.  With each new team, a new Red Ranger comes to the table.

In 2010, with Jason’s return to active duty, Tommy has taken to wearing his Zeonizers again, just in case Zeo Ranger V needs to come out of retirement. 

Around Christmas 2010, Tommy participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

During the Armada invasion of Earth in 2014, Tommy met the current generation of Power Rangers, the Megaforce Rangers.  Although he didn’t morph himself, he was able to keep the civilians clear and defend them against the X-Borgs while the Rangers used their Legendary Morphers to transform into Tommy’s five Ranger forms.  He later joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Green Ranger.

As Zeo Ranger V, Tommy carries the Zeo Laser Pistol as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Zeo Power Sword as his personal weapon.  He commands Zeo Zord V (a phoenix), the Red Battlezord, and Super Zeo Zord V.

Hayley Ziktor Edit

Tommy Oliver’s better half, he and Hayley’s bond goes beyond friendship, beyond family.  She’s his confident, his conscience, his tech support, and his organizer; he’s her confident, her conscience, her heavy-lifter, and her protector.  They complete each other–two sides of the same coin.

After helping him mentor the Dino Rangers, Hayley returned to her life as owner and manager of the Cyber Café of Reefside, and continued to assist Tommy in his role as an inactive Power Ranger.  In 2010, with the return of Jason Scott, the first Red Ranger and one of Tommy’s best friends, to active duty, Hayley helps him out from Tommy’s Dino Cave, providing tech and surveillance support to Jason and his team.

Farkas “Bulk” Bulkmeier, PI and Dr. Eugene “Skull” Skullovitch, PI, Ph.D. Edit

Both lifelong residents of Angel Grove, Farkas Bulkmeier and Eugene Skullovitch became friends as little kids.  Because neither of them were the smartest, most handsome, or best behaved kids in town (that honor belonged to the original five Power Rangers – Jason, Zack, Kimberly, Billy, and Trini), they made up for it by acting out.  By their freshman year of high school, Bulk and Skull were considered the school bullies.

After finding themselves frequently caught between the Power Rangers and Rita Repulsa (and later Lord Zedd), Bulk and Skull curved their bullying ways, and focused their energy on trying to uncover the true identities of the Rangers.  They gave up on their quest after nearly a year of failures.

In 1995, at the beginning of their junior year at Angel Grove High School, Bulk and Skull joined the Angel Grove Junior Police Patrol (ostensibly to meet women).  They remained with the force for the majority of their junior and senior years, but quit after they inadvertently caused Lt. Stone, their commanding officer, to be fired.  When Lt. Stone went on to become a private investigator, Bulk and Skull joined his detective agency after passing the detective’s exam (they technically failed, but earned enough extra credit to pass by working through a monster attack).

Bulk and Skull were instrumental during the Countdown to Destruction, providing a distraction in order to give the Space Rangers time to recuperate before going into their final battle with Astronoma. 

After the Countdown, the two (temporarily) went their separate ways – Bulk journeyed to another planet on Terra Venture, while Skull (who missed his ride to the space colony) began attending college.  They met back up again a few years later when Bulk returned to Earth and opened Club Bulkmeier – a hotel – in Angel Grove.  Skull, who was on his way to earning his Ph.D., invested in the hotel and became a partner, and the two have been in business ever since.  They also both maintain their private investigator’s licenses, and will occasionally take on cases.

Zordon of Eltar/White Morphin Master (d. 1998) Edit

A powerful wizard and mentor to the Power Rangers of Earth, Zordon of Eltar is a galactic hero for his actions during the Grid War 10,000 years ago. In the final battle of the Grid War, Rita Repulsa managed to trap Zordon in an interdimensional time warp before she and her minions were sealed away in a Space Dumpster by Zordon’s Rangers.

After the battles ceased, Zordon decided to use Earth as his new base of operations, setting up in the deserts of California. This was a great choice as Rita’s dumpster eventually crash-landed on the Moon of Earth, proceeding to launch her attacks in the vicinity of Zordon’s Command Center.

When Rita was released in 1993, Zordon, with the help of his trusted assistant, Alpha 5, sought out “five teenagers with attitude.” He recruited Jason Lee Scott, Zack Taylor, Kimberly Hart, Trini Kwan, and Billy Cranston to be the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Zordon acted as a mentor and advisor for the team, revealing Zords, equipment and useful information whenever the time was right. When Rita used her Power Coin and brainwashed Tommy Oliver into being the evil Green Ranger, his first task was to sabotage Zordon’s connection to our dimension. The Rangers and Alpha were unable to contact him for some time, which made matters more difficult for them. It was only when Alpha re-established contact with Zordon that the tide began to turn in the Rangers’ favor and Tommy was freed from Rita’s influence.

Despite being trapped in another dimension, Zordon frequently demonstrated great power and awareness. He knew a great deal about things as they were occurring, and also demonstrated sincere concern for each Ranger, offering advice and encouragement for their personal lives as well as for battle.

In 1998, Zordon is brought to Astronema’s Dark Fortress to witness the unfolding of Dark Spectre’s plan to conquer the universe. Even as his powers are being drained away, Zordon attempts to reach Astronema’s true self (Karone, Andros the Red Space Ranger’s sister), but is unsuccessful. After Dark Spectre is destroyed by Darkonda, Zordon is no longer in danger of being destroyed. He again attempts to reach Karone, but is still unsuccessful. Later, Andros sneaks aboard the Dark Fortress and finds Zordon. Zordon explains the situation and that there is only one way to save the universe: shatter his energy tube, allowing his good energy to destroy the forces of evil. Andros was hesitant because that meant destroying Zordon, too, but he ultimately followed through. The released energies purified Lord Zedd, Rita and Divatox, while destroying most of the United Alliance of Evil, including Goldar, Elgar, and the Royal House of Gadgetry. However, Zordon’s sacrifice was not enough to destroy Master Vile, Rito Revolto, or Scorpina.

Millenia ago, Zordon served as the second-in-command of the now-defunct Order of the Meledan, alongside now-King Lexian of Edenoi, Dulcea of Phaedos, now-King Zarador of Danata, and the late Princess Narana of Gaelara and Melita, Zeo Guardian. Together, they fought many threats, including Ivan Ooze on a small, uninhabited planet that later became Earth.

Alpha 5 Edit

A “fully-sentient multifunctional automaton”, Alpha 5 served as an assistant to Zordon of Eltar and as the Power Rangers’ technician, constructing weapons for them to use against the Forces of Evil. Alpha was often like a little brother to the Rangers, always wanting to spend time with them and learn things; simultaneously, Alpha also served as an advisor to the Rangers, often providing leadership in Zordon’s absence.

Alpha was constructed on the planet Edenoi by King Lexian, the grandfather of the Masked Rider, and Zordon’s close friend and team leader of the now-defunct Order of the Meledan.

King Trey of Triforia/Gold Ranger Edit

The Gold Ranger and the hereditary King of Triforia, Trey is Jason’s closest off-world ally.  Their close relationship is due to the fact that, for two months in 1996, Jason took over as the Gold Ranger while Trey was injured.  The two kept in contact after Jason returned Trey’s powers.

Not long after he was recalled to action, Trey invited Jason to Triforia as an honored guest of the State.  While there, the newly-minted Red Morphin Master aided Trey in stopping some two-bit wannabe Big Bad hoping to earn some cred by taking on the Gold Ranger.

As the Gold Ranger, Trey is the commander of two Zords: the mighty Pyramidas, a powerful Carrierzord that doubles as a spaceship, and the Warrior Wheel.  He also uses the Golden Power Staff, and has the entire Triforian military at his discretion.

Sensei Rockford Eduardo “Rocky” DeSantos/Red Ranger/Zeo Ranger III–Blue Edit

Owner and operator of the Red Dragon Dojo in Angel Grove, Rocky DeSantos spent his high school years serving as a member of the Power Rangers – first as the second Red Ranger and then as Zeo Ranger III.

Although Rocky missed out on the Forever Red mission in 2002, he does participate in Jason’s and Tommy’s “Red Weekends”, where the Red Rangers of Earth (and the universe, if they’re on Earth) get together every few months at a Red Ranger’s house to hang out, play poker, drink beer, practice martial arts, reminisce about the “good old days”, etc.

Around Christmas 2010, Rocky participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Rocky joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Blue Zeo Ranger.

As the Red Ranger, Rocky carries a Blade Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Power Sword as his personal weapon.  He commands the Red Dragon Thunderzord, Ape Ninjazord, and Red Shogunzord.  He also had access to the Ninja powers and the Metallic Armor.

As Zeo Ranger III, Rocky carried the Zeo Laser Pistol as his Ranger sidearm, and used the Zeo Power Axes as his personal weapon.  He commanded Zeo Zord III (a sphinx) and Super Zeo Zord III.

Adam John Park/Black Ranger/Zeo Ranger IV–Green/Green Turbo Ranger Edit

The second Black Ranger, Zeo Ranger IV, and the Green Turbo Ranger

In 2007, Adam came out of retirement as the Black Ranger to lead a team of Power Rangers called the Retro Rangers against Thrax, the son of Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd, after Thrax got the jump on the Overdrive Rangers.

In 2014, Adam joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Green Zeo Ranger.

As the Black Ranger, Adam carries a Blade Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Power Axe as his personal weapon.  He commands the Lion Thunderzord, Frog Ninjazord, and Black Shogunzord.  He also had access to the Ninja powers and the Metallic Armor.

As Zeo Ranger IV, Adam carried the Zeo Laser Pistol as his Ranger sidearm, and used the Zeo Power Hatchets as his personal weapon.  He commanded Zeo Zord IV (a Taurus) and Super Zeo Zord IV.

As the Green Turbo Ranger, Adam carried the Auto Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and used the Turbo Thunder Cannon as his personal weapon.  He commanded the Desert Thunder Turbozord, a jeep.

Dr. Aisha Campbell, D.V.M./Yellow Ranger Edit

The second Yellow Ranger of Earth, Aisha Campbell gave up her Ranger powers just before senior year in order to spend time with her family in Africa.

After Trini Kwan’s death in a car crash in 2001, Aisha, then in veterinary school, became Earth’s primary Yellow Ranger.

In 2014, Aisha joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.  During the battle, she, Zack, Billy, and Kimberly activated the Metallic Armor as a power boost.

As the Yellow Ranger, Aisha carries a Blade Blaster as her Ranger sidearm, and uses the Power Daggers as her personal weapon.  She commands the Griffin Thunderzord, Bear Ninjazord, and Yellow Shogunzord.  She also had access to the Ninja powers and the Metallic Armor.

Katherine “Kat” Hillard/Pink Ranger/Zeo Ranger I–Pink/Pink Turbo Ranger Edit

The second Pink Ranger, Zeo Ranger I, and the Pink Turbo Ranger

In 2014, Katherine joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Pink Zeo Ranger.

Tanya Sloan/Zeo Ranger II–Yellow/Yellow Turbo Ranger Edit

Zeo Ranger II, and the Yellow Turbo Ranger

In 2014, Tanya joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Yellow Zeo Ranger.

Aurico/Red Aquitian Ranger Edit

The Red Ranger of Aquitar, Aurico also serves as a senior officer with the Aquitian Defense Force.

In 1996, Aurico and the other Aquitian Rangers came to Earth when Master Vile reversed time and stripped the now-child Rangers of their powers at the request of Zordon of Eltar.  When time was reset a few weeks later using the Zeo Crystal, the Aquitian Rangers returned to their homeworld.  Later that year, Aurico and his team came back to Earth to join forces with the Zeo Rangers to defeat the Machine Empire.

In 1998, Aurico and the Aquitian Rangers traveled to the planet Gratha to defend it against Divatox during the Countdown to Destruction.  However, they were beaten until Zordon’s sacrifice destroyed Divatox’s army and purified her.  He was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera.

After the first Forever Red mission in 2002, Aurico became friends the other Red Rangers of Earth, particularly Jason Scott.  The two bonded through their mutual friendship with Billy Cranston, Earth’s first Blue Ranger who has resided on Aquitar since 1996. 

Like all Aquitians, Aurico is extremely long-lived by Earth standards, thanks to his planet’s rotational axis and Eternal Falls, which acts as a fountain of youth.  He is also romantically involved with Delphine, the White Aquitian Ranger.

As the Red Ranger of Aquitar, Aurico carries both the Aquitian Laser and Saber as his Ranger sidearms, and uses the Red Slicer as his personal weapon.  He commands the Red Battle Borg, and while on Earth, has access to the Red Shogunzord.

Theodore Jay Jarvis “T.J.” Johnson/Red Turbo Ranger/Blue Space Ranger Edit

The second Red Turbo Ranger and the Blue Space Ranger

T.J. was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera. He is a regular participant in Jason’s and Tommy’s “Red Weekends”, where the Red Rangers of Earth (and the universe, if they’re on Earth) get together every few months at a Red Ranger’s house to hang out, play poker, drink beer, practice martial arts, reminisce about the “good old days”, etc.

Around Christmas 2010, T.J. participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, T.J. joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Blue Space Ranger.

As the Red Turbo Ranger, T.J. carried the Auto Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and used the Turbo Lightning Sword as his personal weapon.  He commanded the Red Lightning Turbozord, a racecar, the Lightning Fire Tamer Rescuezord, and Lightning Cruiser.

As the Blue Space Ranger, T.J. carries an Astro Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Astral Axe as his personal weapon.  He commands the Mega V-3 zord. 

Justin Stewart/Blue Turbo Ranger Edit

The Blue Turbo Ranger

In 2014, Justin joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Blue Turbo Ranger.  During the battle, he fought alongside the Blue Senturion, Phantom Ranger, Lightning Cruiser, and Storm Blaster.

As the Blue Turbo Ranger, Justin carries the Auto Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and used the Turbo Hand Cannons as his personal weapon.  He commands the Mountain Blaster Turbozord, a truck, the Siren Blaster Rescuezord, and Storm Blaster.

Andros/Red Space Ranger Edit

The Red Ranger of KO-35, Andros is also the Captain of the Astro Megaship.

He was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera. 

Around Christmas 2010, Andros participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Andros joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Space Ranger.

As the Red Space Ranger, Andros carries an Astro Blaster as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Spiral Saber as his personal weapon; he also maintains the Battalizer, which enables him to become the Red Battlized Ranger as well as pilot the Delta Megaship.  He commands the Astro Megazord and Mega V-1.  Due to his upbringing on KO-35, Andros also has the power of Telekinesis.

Leonardo “Leo” Corbett/Red Galaxy Ranger Edit

The Red Galaxy Ranger

He was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera.

Around Christmas 2010, Leo participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Leo and the other Lost Galaxy Rangers traveled from Mirinoi to join all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Galaxy Ranger.

As the Red Galaxy Ranger, Leo carries a Transdagger as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Red Quasar Saber as his personal weapon.  He commands the Red Lion Galactabeast.

Captain Carter Sean Grayson, MBFD/Red Lightspeed Ranger Edit

The Red Lightspeed Ranger, Capt. Carter Grayson is also a senior firefighter with the Mariner Bay Fire Department.

He was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera. 

Around Christmas 2010, Carter participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Carter joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Lightspeed Ranger.

Captain Alexander “Alex” Drake, Time Force/Red Time Force Ranger Edit

The Red Time Force Ranger of the 31st century

In 3013, Alex traveled back in time to 2014 to join all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Time Force Ranger.  He fought alongside his ancestor, Wes Collins, and the other Time Force Rangers.

As the Red Time Force Ranger, Alex carries a Chrono Blaster as his Ranger sidearm and uses the Red V-Weapon as his personal weapon.  He commands Time Flyer 1.

Wesley Alan “Wes” Collins, M.B.A./Red Time Force Ranger Edit

The Red Time Force Ranger of the 21st century, Wesley Alan Collins is the son of Alan Collins, a local industry overlord, and his late wife.  Alan wanted Wes to grow up to inherit the family business, but Wes rebelled against his father.  Despite being sent to highly prestigious schools and universities (including Yale University, where Wes earned his M.B.A.), Wes was never very disciplined and maintained an easygoing attitude to life as a spoiled brat in general.

When Ransik and the Time Force Rangers arrived from the future, Wes became (by virtue of necessity) the Red Time Force Ranger, due to the fact that he was the direct ancestor to Alex Drake, the previous Red Time Force Ranger.  He helped the Rangers assimilate to life in 2001, providing them with a place to stay, present-day clothes, and even jobs.

After Ransik surrendered and the other Time Force Rangers returned to the 31st century, Wes became the team leader and co-commander of the Silver Guardians, Silver Hills’ premier private security company founded by his father, alongside his partner and rival-turned-best friend, Eric Myers.

He was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera.  He is a regular participant in Jason’s and Tommy’s “Red Weekends”, where the Red Rangers of Earth (and the universe, if they’re on Earth) get together every few months at a Red Ranger’s house to hang out, play poker, drink beer, practice martial arts, reminisce about the “good old days”, etc.

In 2006, his father died, and Wes became the new Chief Executive Officer of BioLab, a position he’d temporarily filled five years earlier when Alan was injured by Ransik.  Under Wes’s leadership, BioLab continued to be one of the most successful companies in Silver Hills.

Around Christmas 2010, Wes participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Wes joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Time Force Ranger.  He fought alongside his descendent, Alex Drake, and the other Time Force Rangers.

As the Red Time Force Ranger, Wes carries a Chrono Blaster as his Ranger sidearm and uses the Red V-Weapon as his personal weapon.  He commands Time Flyer 1.  As of 2010, Wes is the oldest human Ranger (he was 26 when he became a Ranger in 2001).

Commander Eric Myers, Silver Guardians/Quantum Ranger Edit

The Quantum Ranger

He was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera.

Around Christmas 2010, Eric participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Eric joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Quantum Ranger.

== Dr. Cole Evans, D.V.M./Red Wild Force Ranger == The Red Wild Force Ranger

After the defeat of Master Org, Cole went to medical school and became a veterinarian.

He was one of the 10 Red Rangers that participated in the Forever Red mission in 2002 to defeat the remnants of the Machine Empire that were attempting to reactive Serpentera. 

Around Christmas 2010, Cole participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Cole joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Wild Force Ranger.

As the Red Wild Force Ranger, Cole carries a Crystal Saber as his Ranger sidearm, and the Red Lion Fang and Lion Blaster as his personal weapons.  He commands the Red Lion, Gorilla, and Falcon Wildzords.

Sensei Shane Clarke/Red Ninja Storm Ranger Edit

The Red Ninja Storm Ranger

Around Christmas 2010, Shane participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Shane joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Ninja Storm Ranger.

Sensei Hunter Bradley/Crimson Thunder Ranger Edit

The Crimson Thunder Ranger

Around Christmas 2010, Hunter participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Hunter joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Crimson Thunder Ranger.

Coach Conner James McKnight, A.A./Red Dino Thunder Ranger Edit

The leader of the Dino Thunder Rangers, Conner McKnight was active as the Red Ranger (and later the Triassic Ranger) during his senior year of high school.  After Mesogog was defeated, Conner and his team became inactive Rangers.  He has a twin brother, Eric, who attends the Wind Ninja Academy.

After high school, Conner attended Reefside Community College where he earned his Associate’s degree in Physical Education.  He subsequently was hired by Principal Elsa Randall to coach the Reefside High School soccer team.  In addition, he also coaches various little league teams in all different sports around the city.

Like most Earth Rangers, Conner idolizes his predecessors, especially Jason Lee Scott – the first Red Ranger of Earth.  It took him almost a year to overcome his reverence for Jason and just be himself.  Conner is a regular at “Red Weekends”, and hosted his first “Red Weekend” shortly after his 21st birthday.

Around Christmas 2010, Conner participated in the second Forever Red mission when over 15 Red Rangers joined forces in Angel Grove to defeat Master Vile.

In 2014, Conner joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Dino Thunder Ranger.

As the Red Dino Thunder Ranger, Conner carries a Thundermax Saber as his Ranger sidearm, and uses the Tyranno Staff as his personal weapon; he also maintains the Triassic Shield, which enables him to morph into the Triassic Ranger.  He commands the Tyrannozord as the Red Ranger and the Mesodon Rover as the Triassic Ranger.  Due to the Red Dino Gem, Conner has the civilian superpower of superhuman speed – including physical speed, reaction time, and reflexes.

Officer Jack Landors, SPD (Ret.)/Red SPD Ranger Edit

The SPD B-Squad Red Ranger

In 2034, Jack returned to SPD after almost nine years in order to travel back in time to 2014 and join all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the SPD Red Ranger.

Officer Charlene “Charlie” Cambridge, SPD/Red SPD Ranger (incarcerated, 2025) Edit

The SPD A-Squad Red Ranger

Nicholas “Nick” Russell/Bowen/Red Mystic Force Ranger Edit

The Red Mystic Force Ranger

In 2014, Nick joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Mystic Force Ranger.

Mackenzie “Mack” Hartford/Red Overdrive Ranger Edit

The Red Overdrive Ranger

In 2014, Mack joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Overdrive Ranger.

Master Casey Rhodes, Pai Zhua/Jungle Fury Red Ranger Edit

The Jungle Fury Red Ranger

After the retirement of the Jungle Fury Rangers, Casey took over as Headmaster of the Pai Zhua Academy, and he later found gainful employment as a part-time zookeeper.

In 2014, Casey met the Megaforce Rangers and helped them become stronger martial artists by teaching them how to tap into their animal spirits.  Later that year, he joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Jungle Fury Red Ranger.

As the Jungle Fury Red Ranger, Casey’s primary weapon is the Jungle Chucks and his secondary weapon is the Shark Sabers, and he commands the Tiger, Shark, and Gorilla Animal Spirits.  He is a master of “hei hu quan” (Black Tiger Fist) martial arts, and is proficient at both Shark- and Gorilla-style martial arts.

Captain Scott Truman, Corinth Defense Force/Ranger Operator Series Red Edit

The Red RPM Ranger

In 2014, Scott and the other RPM Rangers traveled from Corinth to join all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the RPM Red Ranger.

Jayden Shiba/Red Samurai Ranger Edit

The Red Samurai Ranger

In 2014, Jayden joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Samurai Ranger.

As the Red Samurai Ranger, Jayden utilizes both a Spin Sword and the Red Fire Smasher as his personal weapons; in addition, he can use the Black Box to access his Super Samurai Mode and the Shark Sword to access his Shark Attack Mode.  He shares the Lion FoldingZord, the Tiger Zord, and the Shark Zord with his older sister, Lauren.

Lauren Shiba/Red Samurai Ranger Edit

The Red Samurai Ranger and first female Red Ranger, Lauren Shiba is the older sister of the Red Samurai Ranger, Jayden, and the daughter of the previous Red Samurai Ranger.

In 2014, Lauren joined all of the Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada using the powers of the Red Samurai Ranger.

As the Red Samurai Ranger, Lauren utilizes both a Spin Sword and the Red Fire Smasher as her personal weapons; in addition, she can use the Black Box to access her Super Samurai Mode and the Shark Sword to access her Shark Attack Mode.  She shares the Lion FoldingZord, the Tiger Zord, and the Shark Zord with her younger brother, Jayden.

Troy Burrows/Red Megaforce Ranger Edit

Leader of the Megaforce Rangers, Troy Burrows became a Power Ranger during his junior year of high school a few weeks after his 17th birthday.  He is a recent transplant to Harwood, having been raised all over the world due to his father’s career in the military.  He has a prior connection to the Power Rangers – he was actually born in Angel Grove; his family moved away when he was two years old shortly after the Countdown to Destruction.

A loner, Troy was raised in a tough environment; his father, while not abusive in the traditional sense, demanded perfection from his son.  Between that and the frequent transfers, Troy didn’t have very many friends before arriving in Harwood.  His true passion is martial arts – Troy is a student of several styles, although he was never in one place long enough to earn any kind of rank.  Troy is extremely disciplined and responsible, and is much more mature than most people his age.  He is also described as fearless, although he would dispute that – he feels fear, but doesn’t let his fears influence or control him.

One of Troy’s strengths is also one of his greatest weaknesses: his confidence, which leads him to arrogance and autocracy.  When he starts something, he finishes it, no matter what obstacles are in his way; similarly, it is hard for him to change his mind or tactics while in the middle of something, such as a fight.  There are also times when he prefers to act alone instead of with his team, which has resulted in him getting grievously injured more than once.

A few weeks after becoming a Ranger, Troy engaged in one-on-one combat with Creepox of the Warstar Army.  After a grueling battle, Troy emerged victorious.  However, he was unable to assist the other Rangers in defeating the monster-of-the-week, passing out from his injuries inside the Gosei Great Megazord.

Both of Troy’s female teammates, Emma Goodall and Gia Moran, have displayed a physical attraction toward their leader; similarly, he has noticed both are beautiful women that any man would be lucky to have as his girlfriend.  However, due to Jake’s obvious crush on the Yellow Ranger and his own desire to put saving the world before any romantic entanglements, Troy is content to remain single.

Since becoming a Power Ranger, Troy has led his team against the Insectoids, toxic mutants, and the robots that wished to destroy the world.  When the Armada attacked, Troy’s Megaforce powers were upgraded to Super Megaforce, and he was also given the ability to morph into the Legendary Rangers of the past, present, and future.  During their off-time, Troy teaches his friends some of the martial arts he’s learned throughout his life, including how to use his senses in a fight instead of relying solely on eyesight.

After the defeat of Prince Vekar of the Armada, Vrak reemerged from hiding in order to complete what he started over a year ago – taking over the Earth.  Vrak captured Orion (which blocked the Rangers’ access to the Super Mega and various Legendary Modes) and brainwashed Robo Knight and turned him against the Rangers.  Despite his extensive wounds, Troy was able to break through to Robo Knight during their one-on-one fight, and was saddened and angered when Robo Knight gave his life to rescue Orion.  Troy was also responsible for destroying Vrak once and for all, using Vrak’s own eclipse to power his Dragon Sword for the “Infinite Sky Strike” attack.

With both Prince Vekar and Vrak destroyed, their father, Emperor Mavro, came to Earth to avenge them personally.  He ordered his strongest warrior, Damaras, to capture the Red Ranger, and proceeded to hold him in order to get Earth to surrender.  Fortunately, Troy was rescued by Jake and Tensou, and he led the Rangers to overcome Damaras.

With his generals all destroyed, Emperor Mavro began an all-out destructive invasion of Earth.  Troy and the others fought back with all of their power, defeating dozens of hundreds of X-Borgs and Armada ships.  However, Mavro had numbers on his side, and eventually destroyed all of the Zords and wounding the Rangers.  Despite their losses, the Rangers refused to give up, and while Noah, Jake, Gia, and Emma fought off the Armada’s foot soldiers, Troy and Orion infiltrated Mavro’s flagship.  Working together, Troy and Orion were able to turn the flagship’s weapons on the rest of the invasion before destroying the ship itself.  However, like the two Rangers, Mavro also escaped the destruction of his flagship, which necessitated the Rangers accessing many of their legendary modes before finishing Mavro off once and for all with the Super Mega Cannon.

Although all of the Armada’s leaders were destroyed, there was still a phalanx of X-Borgs to defeat.  The Megaforce Rangers, along with the help of the Legendary Rangers that had transversed time and space, fought side-by-side and ended the threat of the Warstar Armada forever.  With the job complete, Troy and the other Megaforce Rangers, like the Legendary Rangers before them, hung up their Morphers until the day when they might be needed again.

As the Red Megaforce Ranger, Troy carries a Mega Blaster as his Ranger sidearm and uses the Dragon Sword as his personal weapon.  He is in command of the Gosei Dragon Mechazord, and also shares access to the Sky Brothers Zords with Emma.  When the occasion calls for it, Troy can use the Ultra Sword to power up as the Red Ultra Megaforce Ranger.

As the Red Super Megaforce Ranger, Troy commands the Super Mega Skyship, and carries both a Super Mega Blaster and Super Mega Saber.  He can also utilize the power of the Legendary Rangers via the Legendary Ranger Keys and the Legendary Morpher.  To date, he has morphed into the Red Samurai Ranger, Red Mystic Force Ranger, SPD Red Ranger, Red Ninja Storm Ranger, Jungle Fury Red Ranger, Red Wild Force Ranger, Red Legendary Squadron Ranger, Red Overdrive Ranger, Mighty Morphin Red Ranger, Red Galaxy Ranger, RPM Red Ranger, Zeo Ranger V–Red, Red Turbo Ranger, Dino Thunder Red Ranger, Red Alien Ranger of Aquitar, Red Legendary Dragon Ranger, and Red Space Ranger.

Jamaica Theresa “Jamie” Zedden/Purple Zeo Ranger Edit

The Purple Zeo Ranger from the “Personality Conflicts”-verse, Jamie Zedden is the daughter of Lawrence and Leslie Zedden and the girlfriend of Jason Lee Scott.  Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jamie and her mom moved to Angel Grove in late 1996.

Prior to moving to Angel Grove, Jamie shot and killed a man named Jack Doyle, who attempted to rape her and kill her friend Snake Madison, in self-defense.  Other than Snake, who was there when it happened, the only people she’s told are Dr. Lita Kino, the Rangers’ psychologist, and her boyfriend, Jason.

In 1997, at the age of 17, Jamie learned that her thought-to-be-dead father, Larry, was actually Lord Zedd, former Prince of the planet Danata; after the Power Rangers destroyed Zedd’s staff, he defected to the side of Good.  In 1998, Jamie was officially named a Princess of Danata by her older half-brother, King Zarador, during a visit to Danata while preparing for Zordon’s trial before the Council of Worlds.

Tragedy struck the Ranger family in 1999, when the Shadow Empire launched an all-out attack on Earth.  Fortunately, the Rangers had been preparing for this event since the Blue Senturion traveled back in time, and they were able to repel the invaders, but not without sustaining a few casualties.  The one that affected Jamie the most was her father, Larry, who paid the ultimate price to defeat the Shadow King once and for all.

In 1999, during a crossover between worlds, Jamie met an alternate version of her boyfriend, San Diego PD Detective Jason Scott, and his friends, Det. Josh Grayson and CST Rosie Jones, who came from the year 2010.  Sometime later, she herself crossed over to Det. Scott’s world, arriving in 2011.  While there, she teamed up with Jason, Josh, Rosie, and FBI Agents Rocky Douglas and Veronica Mars to tackle one of Rita’s monsters who’d followed her across the dimensional barrier.  It was then that Rocky and Veronica absorbed enough energy to make a connection to the Morphin Grid and emerge as Morphin Warriors.

As the Purple Zeo Ranger, Jamie uses the Sword of Lightning – one of the six Elemental Blades manufactured by the Zarakin wizard Ralthor over 300,000 years ago – which contains the Purple Zeo Shard.  She has a 1st degree black belt in Shotokan karate.  Due to her Zarakin physiology, Jamie possesses the power of energy absorption.

Renshi Ryan Steele, Sensei J.B. Reese, M.B.A., and Kaitlin Starr/the VR Troopers Edit

The VR Troopers from Cross World City, Ryan, J.B., and Kaitlin have collaborated with the Power Rangers when their paths crossed.  They’ve been inactive since Grimlord was defeated in 1996.

By 2010, Ryan was the co-owner and head instructor of Tao’s Dojo, having taken over for Shihan Tao Chong after the older man became ill.  He holds the rank of 6th degree and was awarded the title of Renshi – polished teacher – by Shihan Tao.  He lives in a high rise in Cross World City with his now-elderly (talking) dog, Jeb (thanks to the VR technology, Jeb has lived an exceedingly long life for a dog).  Although he’s tried to settle down (a couple times), Ryan has never been married, and currently has no children…although he is the godfather and honorary uncle to J.B.’s son.

J.B. began college after Grimlord’s defeat where he earned a business degree, and made a whole lot of money during the dot-com bubble.  Thanks to safe money habits, J.B. avoided going bankrupt after the collapse of the bubble, and was able to start a martial arts supply website.  He is also a black belt, having reached the rank of 5th degree under Shihan Tao, and continues to teach at Tao’s Dojo.  J.B. is married and has a son, who is just as interested in technology and martial arts as his old man.

Kaitlin worked for the Underground Voice Daily until the paper shut down in 2008 due to the recession; at the time, Kaitlin was Editor-in-Chief.  She subsequently went into politics, and plans to run for Mayor of Cross World City at the next election.  She is also a black belt, having reached the rank of 5th degree under Shihan Tao.  Kaitlin is the godmother and honorary aunt to J.B.’s son.

Despite being retired from being superheroes for over a decade, Ryan, J.B., and Kaitlin all continue to wear their Virtualizers for if and when the VR Troopers are ever needed again.  The need arose in 2014, and the Troopers joined forces with of the Power Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.

Andrew “Drew” McCormick/Chromium Gold Beetleborg, Roland Williams/Titanium Silver Beetleborg, and Josephine “Jo” McCormick, A.A./Platinum Purple Beetleborg Edit

The Beetleborgs from Charterville, Drew, Roland, and Jo have collaborated with the Power Rangers when their paths crossed, both as the Big Bad Beetleborgs and the Beetleborgs Metallix.  They’ve been inactive since Nukus was defeated in 1998.

After graduating from high school in 2002, both Drew and Roland enlisted in the United States Army, and deployed with the 101st Airborne Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom.  They returned to the States in 2004, and received honorable discharges after their enlistments were up a year later.   While in the Army, Drew was awarded the Army Commendation Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, and Army Overseas Service Ribbon, and was honorably discharged with the rank of Corporal; similarly, Roland was awarded the Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, and Army Overseas Service Ribbon, and was honorably discharged with the rank of Specialist.

By 2010, Drew followed in the footsteps of Art Fortunes, the creator of the Beetleborgs comics – although he has absolutely no artistic talent, he has a knack for storytelling, and has become a successful comic book writer.  He also (finally!) got the girl, as he successfully asked Heather Lund to the Junior Prom in 2001, and they’ve been together ever since.  They married in 2007 at the age of 23 after Heather graduated from college.

After leaving the Army, Roland returned home to Charterville and resumed working in his parents’ comic book shop, Zoom Comics, while attending college on his GI Bill.

Unlike her teammates, Jo didn’t join the military after graduating from high school in 2004, but instead attended the local junior college and got herself an Associate’s degree.  She then got a job at Channel 17 News as the weather girl on the 6:00AM news.  She was promoted to the 11:00PM news in the summer of 2010.  Shortly after her 18th birthday, Jo asked Josh Baldwin, the then-22-year-old former White Blaster Beetleborg whom she had a crush on since ’96, out on a date, and the two subsequently began dating.

Despite being retired from being superheroes for over a decade, Drew, Roland, and Jo all continue to carry their Beetle Bonders for if and when the Big Bad Beetleborgs are ever needed again.  The need arose in 2014, and the Beetleborgs joined forces with of the Power Rangers of the past, present and future in the final battle against the Armada.

Master Vile Edit

Father of Rita Repulsa and Rito Revolto, Master Vile is one of the most evil beings in the universe. Millennia ago, he conquered the entire M-51 galaxy, killing the Power Rangers team that protected it.

Around Christmas, 2010, Master Vile returned to Earth and easily defeated Jason Lee Scott and his two Morphin Warriors. Realizing they needed reinforcements, Jason summoned all of Earth’s Red Rangers, and together they made their triumphant return to Angel Grove and sent Master Vile back where he came from.

Rito Revolto Edit

The son of Master Vile and younger brother of Rita Repulsa, Rito is a powerful, yet incompetent alien

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