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7th May '17 9:04:58 PM batmany
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* As stated above, Serpentera is a War Zord and is basically built for large scale combat. The horror comes in when you realize that it's implied Zedd obtained Serpentera from Zordon as a trophy of sorts in battle. Exactly what did Zedd do to be able to win a prize like that?
** Likewise, the very thought that Serpentera once belonged to Zordon. Exactly why would he need something of that much destructive power? What evil could've been so dangerous that it required the creation of a robot capable of destroying entire planets?
28th Mar '17 1:35:15 PM justpassingby
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* To some, having "Tom Oliver" make an appearance won't make sense. Until people looked up the Aramaic origin of the name "Tommy" which means "Twin". Made even funnier when David who showed up in Zeo also resembles Tommy a lot.
27th Jan '17 1:56:37 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* The moment in "Missing Green" when Jason has to choose between grabbing the green candle and going to rescue Tommy. Though [[NeverSayDie "die"]] wasn't said, Zack made it clear that if they didn't go at that moment, Tommy's life would be over. It's also clear in that episode that both Jason and Tommy are under the impression that Tommy's life isn't truly worth living without Ranger powers, making it pretty clear that Tommy's [[TheAtoner atoning attempts]] are a potential risk of causing himself permanent harm and Jason is well-aware of that fact which scares him to death, both as a leader and as Tommy's friend.
4th Nov '16 12:41:59 PM MrDeath
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* The Ranger's habit of destroying Rita's monsters becomes a bit more disturbing when one thinks about it for a moment. Yes, they are evil. Yes, they are initially sculpted from clay. But, they are also self-aware living things. They aren't mindless automatons like the Zords. In other words, the Power Rangers are essentially committing murder with absolutely no remorse for their actions.

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* The Ranger's habit of destroying Rita's monsters becomes a bit more disturbing when one thinks about it for a moment. Yes, they are evil. Yes, they are initially sculpted from clay. But, they are also self-aware living things. They aren't mindless automatons like the Zords. In other words, the Power Rangers are essentially committing murder with absolutely no remorse for their actions.
3rd Nov '16 2:46:31 PM batmany
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* Serpentera is absolutely massive and more powerful than any Zord in the series, which begs the question. Why even have something like that in the first place? Then you realize Serpentera is a ''war'' Zord. It wasn't built for the comparatively small-scale one-on-one battles but for large scale combat. In other words, Serpentera is designed to take on entire armies (and even whole planets if necessary).
** Speaking of, the issue of Serpentera needing a massive amount of energy to function seems like an oversight on Zedd's part. But, when you think about it, it's brilliance on Zordon's part. It's implied that Zedd obtained Serpentera as a "trophy" of sorts for defeating Zordon in a battle. Zordon, of course, knew of Serpentera's destructive capabilities and conveniently neglected to tell Zedd to equip it with a long-lasting power source. Because of this, Zedd ends up with something that could wipe out his adversaries with ease but doesn't due to it wearing out so quickly.
*** Likewise, why doesn't Serpentera just have a long-lasting power source in the first place? Well, remember how it was mentioned above that it's a war Zord? It makes sense that Serpentera simply wasn't used that often to begin with and nobody ever bothered to upgrade it with better batteries.




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* The Ranger's habit of destroying Rita's monsters becomes a bit more disturbing when one thinks about it for a moment. Yes, they are evil. Yes, they are initially sculpted from clay. But, they are also self-aware living things. They aren't mindless automatons like the Zords. In other words, the Power Rangers are essentially committing murder with absolutely no remorse for their actions.
21st Oct '16 2:09:14 PM TitoMosquito
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** Also, he wanted to make Jason [[KickTheDog feel even worse by having the Rangers lose their powers]] like Tommy.


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** Also, ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'' involves a team of Ninja Rangers fighting aliens.
23rd Mar '16 5:52:18 AM EDP
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* "May the Power protect you". Some strange form of salute from Zordon? No, a sincere wishing of victory and good luck: righteousness isn't guarantee or even any help in a battle against evil, but having the power to fight is.
24th Jan '16 9:02:30 PM MMTrigger
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* In ''Return of the Green Ranger'' the Clone!Tommy boasts that he's even stronger than White Ranger Tommy. Remember that the Green Ranger powers were recharged three times before being completely drained. Of course they'd be stronger with all that accumulated energy. It also helps explains why Tommy would use his Green Ranger powers again in ''Series/PowerRangersSuperMegaForce.''
5th Jan '16 9:29:10 PM JNTA1234
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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed when she jumped into her zord and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish with magic to make him afraid of the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.

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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed when she jumped into her zord did that and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" Dumpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills skills, becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also morphed. Also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish with magic to make him afraid of fear the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.
5th Jan '16 9:26:34 PM JNTA1234
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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed she jumped into her zord and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to resort to using magic to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish to make him afraid of the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.

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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed when she jumped into her zord and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to resort to using magic to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish with magic to make him afraid of the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.
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