History Characters / PowerRangersZeo

15th Apr '18 7:30:42 PM Godzillawolf
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* BizareAlienBiology: While he's a HumanAlien, his species apparently has this, with the most obvious being three different people in a single body that can split apart if things go wrong. This is actually a plot point as the Gold Ranger powers are made for a Triforians' philology rather than a human's, which is the cause of Jason's issues with the powers.

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* BizareAlienBiology: BizarreAlienBiology: While he's a HumanAlien, his species apparently has this, with the most obvious being three different people in a single body that can split apart if things go wrong. This is actually a plot point as the Gold Ranger powers are made for a Triforians' philology rather than a human's, which is the cause of Jason's issues with the powers.



* CastFromHitPoints: The Gold Ranger powers are tied in to Jason's life-force, and so the Machine Empire do their best to wear him down, which causes his powers to start fritzing by the end of the series. It gets bad enough that Jason nearly dies. This is a result of Trey being a HumanAlien with BizareAlienBiology, which makes powers made specifically for him not mesh perfectly with human biology.

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* CastFromHitPoints: The Gold Ranger powers are tied in to Jason's life-force, and so the Machine Empire do their best to wear him down, which causes his powers to start fritzing by the end of the series. It gets bad enough that Jason nearly dies. This is a result of Trey being a HumanAlien with BizareAlienBiology, BizarreAlienBiology, which makes powers made specifically for him not mesh perfectly with human biology.
15th Apr '18 7:13:16 PM Godzillawolf
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* BizareAlienBiology: While he's a HumanAlien, his species apparently has this, with the most obvious being three different people in a single body that can split apart if things go wrong. This is actually a plot point as the Gold Ranger powers are made for a Triforians' philology rather than a human's, which is the cause of Jason's issues with the powers.



* LiteralSplitPersonality: Split into three different people: Trey of Heart, Trey of Wisdom, and Trey of Courage. And no, this isn't a reference to [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda The Triforce]].

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* HeroOfAnotherStory: He's the Gold Ranger defending the planet Triforia and his species are apparently interstellar peace keepers.
* LiteralSplitPersonality: Split into three different people: Trey of Heart, Trey of Wisdom, and Trey of Courage. And no, this isn't a reference to [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda The Triforce]]. This is actually a racial trait: all Triforians naturally have three distinct personalities that can split apart if things go wrong.



* RedHerring:
* SixthRanger: Subverted, in that he never actually joins the team, remaining an ally.

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* RedHerring:
RedHerring: There were several, including Billy, ''Skull'' of all people, and Tommy's brother David, teased as being the Gold Ranger.
* SixthRanger: Subverted, in that he never actually joins the team, remaining an ally. According to his actors, this trope was intended to be played straight but never materialized.



* CastFromHitPoints: The Gold Ranger powers are tied in to Jason's life-force, and so the Machine Empire do their best to wear him down, which causes his powers to start fritzing by the end of the series. It gets bad enough that Jason nearly dies.

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* CastFromHitPoints: The Gold Ranger powers are tied in to Jason's life-force, and so the Machine Empire do their best to wear him down, which causes his powers to start fritzing by the end of the series. It gets bad enough that Jason nearly dies. This is a result of Trey being a HumanAlien with BizareAlienBiology, which makes powers made specifically for him not mesh perfectly with human biology.
15th Apr '18 5:24:29 PM Godzillawolf
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* ParentalFavouritism: Between Gasket and Sprocket, when the two are together, she prefers Gasket, snubbing Sprocket as "the baby" right to his face.

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* ParentalFavouritism: Between Gasket and Sprocket, when the two are together, she prefers Gasket, snubbing Sprocket as "the baby" right to his face. Ironically, her husband has the opposite opinion.


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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: His StableTimeLoop plan is foiled because his previous plan to brainwash Tommy altered his brain and left him with a mild RippleEffectProofMemory that let him realize the time loop was happening.
13th Apr '18 6:31:14 PM Godzillawolf
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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Despite his personality, he's actually deceptively dangerous and competent.

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Despite his personality, he's actually deceptively dangerous and competent. He's also stronger than Mondo was, as he manages to overpower the Super Zeo Megazord and force the formation of ''Super'' Zeo Ultrazord to kill him while the Super Zeo Megazord easily destroyed Mondo even with the Damocles Sword.



* TheBrute: Despite his careless personality, he is about as strong as Prince Gasket and actually seems more powerful than Mondo was.

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* TheBrute: Despite his careless personality, he is about as strong as Prince Gasket and actually seems more powerful than Mondo was.
13th Apr '18 6:11:29 PM Godzillawolf
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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Despite his personality, he's actually deceptively dangerous and competent.



* SmarterThanYouLook: Despite his careless attitude and personality, he's surprisingly intelligent. His first act is to try and destroy his controller, and failing that he simply rewires himself so it doesn't work anymore, and upgrades himself in the process. The one monster he puts genuine thought into making, the Midas Monster, is more well thought out (using humanity's own greed to feed it and make them destroy themselves) and dangerous than most of Mondos' (being the first monster that required ''every'' mecha in the Rangers' arsenal to actually beat).
* TheStarscream: While usurping King Mondo's Throne, he mispronounced everyone's name from the beginning. He also banished Machina and Sprocket three episodes later.



* TheStarscream: While usurping King Mondo's Throne, he mispronounced everyone's name from the beginning. He also banished Machina and Sprocket three episodes later.
13th Apr '18 5:27:59 PM Godzillawolf
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* KilledOffForReal: Was defeated in battle with the Megazord, and unlike most of the villains, never made a return. (Justified, naturally, as it is doubtful Zedd or the Machine Empire wanted him around enough to rebuild him.)

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* KilledOffForReal: Was defeated in battle with the Megazord, Super Zeo Ultrazord, and unlike most of the villains, never made a return. (Justified, naturally, as it is doubtful Zedd or the Machine Empire wanted him around enough to rebuild him.)



* TheBrute: Despite his careless personality, he is about as strong as Prince Gasket

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* TheBrute: Despite his careless personality, he is about as strong as Prince GasketGasket and actually seems more powerful than Mondo was.
13th Apr '18 5:15:41 PM Godzillawolf
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* BigBadWannabe: Sought to takeover the Machine Empire (and win over Machina). He does succeed with the former, but his run only lasts an episode before Gasket and Archerina show up.

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* BigBadWannabe: Sought to takeover the Machine Empire (and win over Machina). He does succeed with the former, but his run only lasts an episode a few episodes before Gasket and Archerina show up.up.
* CharacterDevelopment: He was a comedic villain at first, but after he rewired himself, his voice changes and becomes deeper. He also became more serious, more powerful, more cruel, more intelligent, and more treacherous.
* {{Magitek}}: Was created by Rita and Zedd, and unlike Mondo (who had to have his monsters constructed or created from pre-existing machines), he's capable of magically turning objects, including completely nonmechanical ones like a necklace, into monsters at will like his creators.



* CharacterDevelopment: He was a comedic villain at first, but after he rewired himself, his voice changes and becomes deeper. He also became more serious, more powerful, more cruel, more intelligent, and more treacherous.
8th Apr '18 10:25:53 AM Godzillawolf
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: When the Rangers first challenge him, he's happy to have a WorthyOpponent because VictoryIsBoring. Needless to say, they prove ''far'' more formidable than he was counting on.



* GracefulLoser: At least most of the time, and especially compared to most other 'Zordon Era' Power Ranger villains where whenever the Rangers foil his plans, he usually just calmly declares that he'll defeat them next time. [[NotSoAboveItAll though even that]] [[VillainousBreakdown starts to crumble at times]].

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* DidNotSeeThatComing: He thought the Rangers would be an 'amusing distraction' from the boredom of relatively easy victories he'd been having. The fact they'd actually prove strong enough to actually fight back and eventually defeat him never occurred to him, and he's not so much fun when it happens.
* GracefulLoser: At least most of the time, and especially compared to most other 'Zordon Era' Power Ranger villains where whenever the Rangers foil his plans, he usually just calmly declares that he'll defeat them next time. [[NotSoAboveItAll though Though even that]] [[VillainousBreakdown starts to crumble at times]].


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* VictoryIsBoring: The Empire has been steamrolling everything in their path, so Mondo is actually pretty happy at first to find a WorthyOpponent in the Rangers. [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor It doesn't last.]]
11th Mar '18 3:14:32 PM ChromeFyra
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* RapidAging: Apparently the explosion messed with his molecules more then he thought as they aged him into an old man. Forcing him to have to go with the Aquaians homeworld to restore his youth. He winds up staying there when he falls in love with one of the female scientists and that is the last we see of him until ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce''. [[spoiler:Albeit as a FakeShemp.]][[note]]Both aspects were intended to hide the above fact that the production staff had misplaced David Yost.[[/note]]

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* RapidAging: Apparently the explosion messed with his molecules more then he thought as (when combined with the fact he managed to re-age himself with a device back when the entire team became children last season) they aged him into an old man. Forcing him to have to go with the Aquaians homeworld to restore his youth. He winds up staying there when he falls in love with one of the female scientists and that is the last we see of him until ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce''. [[spoiler:Albeit as a FakeShemp.]][[note]]Both aspects were intended to hide the above fact that the production staff had misplaced David Yost.[[/note]]
11th Feb '18 3:47:27 PM Dragon-Kid
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/LauraTorres (Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Pilar Escandón (Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Sergio Bonilla (Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Rubén León (Mexico - Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Adrián Fogarty (eps. 1-42, Latin American Spanish), Daniel Abundis (eps. 43-50, Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Brad Hawkins

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->'''Voiced by:''' Brad Hawkins
Hawkins; Creator/EduardoGarza, Creator/JoseAntonioMacias and Gabriel Gama (Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AlfonsoObregonInclan (Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/CarlosInigo (Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Bob Manahan

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->'''Voiced by:''' Bob Manahan
Manahan, Jorge Santos (Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/RichardStevenHorvitz

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/RichardStevenHorvitz
Creator/RichardStevenHorvitz, Rocío Prado (Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/DerekStephenPrince

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/DerekStephenPrince
Creator/DerekStephenPrince, Héctor Reynoso (ep. 38, Latin American Spanish), Alfonso Mellado (later episodes, Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Luis Alfonso Padilla (Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Carlos del Campo (Bulk, Latin American Spanish) and Roberto Carrillo (Skull, Latin American Spanish)




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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JesusBarrero (base voice, Latin American Spanish), Herman López (ep. 38, Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' David Stenstrom

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->'''Voiced by:''' David Stenstrom
Stenstrom, Carlos Águila (eps. 1 and 2, Latin American Spanish), Creator/HumbertoVelez (base voice, Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Alex Borstein

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->'''Voiced by:''' Alex Borstein
Borstein, Magda Giner (Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/BarbaraGoodson

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Creator/BarbaraGoodson, Rommy Mendoza (Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Oliver Page (Klank) and Creator/BarbaraGoodson (Orbus)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Oliver Page (Klank) and Creator/BarbaraGoodson (Orbus)
(Orbus), Víctor Delgado (Klank, Latin American Spanish) and Gustavo Carrillo (Orbus, Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/LexLang

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/LexLang
Creator/LexLang, Martín Soto (Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Douglas Sloan

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->'''Voiced by:''' Douglas Sloan
Sloan, Hermán Lopez (eps. 34-42, Latin American Spanish), Martín Soto (eps. 43-49 Latin American Spanish)



->'''Voiced by:''' Melora Harte

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->'''Voiced by:''' Melora Harte
Harte, Cony Madera (Latin American Spanish)
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