History NightmareFuel / PowerRangers

30th Dec '17 1:15:25 AM PhantomRider
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* Trakeena's mutated form, with the sludge she leaves behind and those eyes. The first scene of this form is terrifying, with the [[BodyHorror initial transformation]] and the fact that the form is barely seen in the first few minutes.

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* ** Trakeena's mutated form, with the sludge she leaves behind and those eyes. The first scene of this form is terrifying, with the [[BodyHorror initial transformation]] and the fact that the form is barely seen in the first few minutes.



*** Mack's breakdown in following episodes, too. The way he kept putting himself in harm's way and declaring himself expendable, deliberately pushing the Megazord (piloting it solo this time) toward overload so it would explode in a TakingYouWithMe moment, and again in the final battle deliberately overclocking his armor (the Sentinel Knight, Zordon-like ancient warrior/sage, shouting for him to stop, even after it had appeared much earlier in the series that to him the Rangers were just a means to an end) it was clear [[DeathSeeker what he was trying to do]]. Apparently even if you can NeverSayDie, you can have the main hero become outright, explicitly suicidal. (Like the Stingwingers basically being made into suicide bombing terrorists, this is another from the AdultFear column - a teenager being DrivenToSuicide by an identity crisis his father can do little to help him with.)

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*** Mack's breakdown in following episodes, too. The way he kept putting himself in harm's way and declaring himself expendable, deliberately pushing the Megazord (piloting it solo this time) toward overload so it would explode in a TakingYouWithMe moment, and again in the final battle deliberately overclocking his armor (the Sentinel Knight, Zordon-like ancient warrior/sage, shouting for him to stop, even after stop - it means a lot coming from ''him,'' since it had appeared much earlier in the series that to him the Rangers were just a means to an end) it was clear [[DeathSeeker what he was trying to do]]. Apparently even if you can NeverSayDie, you can have the main hero become outright, explicitly suicidal. (Like the Stingwingers basically being made into suicide bombing terrorists, this is another from the AdultFear column - a teenager being DrivenToSuicide by an identity crisis his father can do little to help him with.)



* ''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your body through your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?

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* ''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' These monsters, while ''able'' to give the Rangers a good fight, aren't made with combat in mind. They all have one purpose - create as much suffering to innocent people as they can. How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your body through your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?
6th Dec '17 8:10:25 AM MadRedX12
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[[folder:Power Rangers Lost Galaxy]]
* ''Lost Galaxy'' had one episode featuring an Elvis-like lobster thing that after drinking a potion became a much more dangerous, and more monstrous, creature. He proceeded to smack-talk with the Lion Galactabeast, then got blown up.
* Trakeena's evolution from whiny daughter of the main villain, to competent warrior, and eventually BigBad, to utterly deranged madwoman over the course of ''Lost Galaxy'' was impressive character development, but by the end, she was known to do things like turn her {{Mooks}} - and not [[MechaMooks robotic ones]] - into suicide bombers. [[AdultFear This is perhaps scarier to parents, more familiar with the newspapers, than kids.]]
* Trakeena's mutated form, with the sludge she leaves behind and those eyes. The first scene of this form is terrifying, with the [[BodyHorror initial transformation]] and the fact that the form is barely seen in the first few minutes.
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* ''Lost Galaxy'' had one episode featuring an Elvis-like lobster thing that after drinking a potion became a much more dangerous, and more monstrous, creature. He was called Radster, from the first episode. He proceeded to smack-talk with the Red Lion zord, then got blown up.
* Trakeena's evolution from whiny daughter of the main villain, to competent warrior, and eventually BigBad, to utterly deranged madwoman over the course of ''Lost Galaxy'' was impressive character development, but by the end, she was known to do things like turn her {{Mooks}} - and not [[MechaMooks robotic ones]] - into suicide bombers. [[AdultFear This is perhaps scarier to parents, more familiar with the newspapers, than kids.]] Her armor in her final form was surprisingly creepy too, thanks to the eyes.



** Vrak's MoralEventHorizon in the ''Vrak is Back'' two-parter. He [[spoiler: brainwashes Robo Knight and turns him against the Rangers]], he kidnaps Orion and painfully drains him of his life-force to aid him in his goal, and used his monsters as pawns to enable to activate three Earth-destroying drills. Robo Knight has to die to reverse it.

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** * Vrak's MoralEventHorizon in the ''Vrak is Back'' two-parter. He [[spoiler: brainwashes Robo Knight and turns him against the Rangers]], he kidnaps Orion and painfully drains him of his life-force to aid him in his goal, and used his monsters as pawns to enable to activate three Earth-destroying drills. Robo Knight has to die to reverse it.
5th Dec '17 2:09:29 PM MadRedX12
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* The episode of ''Power Rangers Turbo'' where the rangers got shrunk, although large amount of it was played for comedy (the rangers got trapped in Divatox's closet at one point).

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[[folder:Power Rangers Turbo]]
* The two-part episode of ''Power Rangers Turbo'' ''Honey I Shrunk The Rangers'' where the rangers got shrunk, although large amount of it was played for comedy (the rangers got trapped in Divatox's closet at one point).



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQCuJNVBecU&feature=related This ad]] for Power Rangers toys appeared in the beginning of some MMPR tapes. Aside from the prospect of Megazord crashing through the wall, viewers saw it coming at them from head-on.
* ''Lost Galaxy'' had one episode featuring an Elvis-like lobster thing that after drinking a potion became a much more dangerous, and more monstrous, creature. He was called Radster, from the first episode. He proceeded to smack-talk with the Red Lion zord, then got blown up.
* Trakeena's evolution from whiny daughter of the main villain, to competent warrior, and eventually BigBad, to utterly deranged madwoman over the course of ''Lost Galaxy'' was impressive character development, but by the end, she was known to do things like turn her {{Mooks}} - and not [[MechaMooks robotic ones]] - into suicide bombers. [[AdultFear This is perhaps scarier to parents, more familiar with the newspapers, than kids.]] Her armor in her final form was surprisingly creepy too, thanks to the eyes.
* The arc of ''Lightspeed Rescue'' in which Ryan gets a cursed "tattoo" burned into his back by the BigBad, and whenever he morphs the tattoo moves up his body even more, until it reaches his neck, at which point it will kill him. The tattoo moved during a NightmareSequence, too.
* Possibly even worse than that is Queen Bansheera absorbing Vypra to regain her full power.
* Frax's death in ''Time Force'' was a DiesWideOpen involving a scream and parts of his robotic face falling apart. This after his having been reprogrammed into a mindless automaton by the Big Bad.
** Wild Force gives us one of the nastiest pieces of work in the franchise in the form of Dr. Viktor Adler/ Master Org. To elaborate: Dr. Viktor Adler was once a respected scientist who worked with Cole's parents Richard and Elizabeth Evans and secretly had a crush on Elizabeth, but after Cole's father proposed to her and took the spotlight during the press conference on their research, Adler became driven by jealousy and sought revenge against them. So what did he do? He took seed of the original Master Org, become an Org himself and proceeded to kill Cole's parents and would have killed Cole(who was just an infant, by the way) if he had found him. What makes him even worse is that he is the first ''human'' villain who actually ''chose'' to become evil, all other human villains before were either brainwashed and didn't have control over their actions or had sympathethic qualities(like Ransik). He willingly became the second Master Org so that he could murder two innocent people who saw him as a friend and meant him no harm in the first place(They didn't knew that Adler had a crush on Elizabeth and Richard even encouraged him to speak during the press conference), out of a petty grudge, while claiming that it was his rightful revenge. All these things make him one of the most vile, malevolent villains in Power Rangers universe, with only few villains matching him in terms of evil.
* The time Tommy was kidnapped from the Power Chamber in ''Power Rangers Zeo''. He was taken by prince Gaskett and basically mind-raped and brainwashed to think the Power Rangers were evil. While Tommy had been brainwashed before, this time it was much more graphic and drawn-out, complete with a machine over his (still helmeted) head, a dark chamber with a single light over the chair he was restrained on, while he was making sounds which clearly indicate pain. It can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COMq9_RhPS4 here]].

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQCuJNVBecU&feature=related This ad]] for Power [[/folder]]
[[folder:Power
Rangers toys appeared in Time Force]]
* Ransik,
the beginning BigBad of some MMPR tapes. Aside ''Time Force'', has what looks like the ability to pull bones from the prospect of Megazord crashing through the wall, viewers saw it coming at his body and turn them into swords. In the ''Wild Force''/''Time Force'' team-up "Reinforcements From The Future" we see exactly how he got the ability to do that: he frees the life essences of three fossilized Orgs, who literally jump down his throat and copy his DNA to create their new bodies. There's also the [[BodyHorror horrific disfigurement of his face]] and the liquid-mercury boils that erupt from head-on.
* ''Lost Galaxy'' had one episode featuring an Elvis-like lobster
his body when his disease flares up. During the SeasonFinale for Time Force, he takes out all the Rangers by simply punching them [[spoiler: before pulling a HeelFaceTurn, which is the only thing that after drinking a potion became a much more dangerous, and more monstrous, creature. He was called Radster, from spared the first episode. He proceeded to smack-talk with the Red Lion zord, then got blown up.
* Trakeena's evolution from whiny daughter of the main villain, to competent warrior, and eventually BigBad, to utterly deranged madwoman over the course of ''Lost Galaxy'' was impressive character development, but by the end, she was known to do things like turn her {{Mooks}} - and not [[MechaMooks robotic ones]] - into suicide bombers. [[AdultFear This is perhaps scarier to parents, more familiar with the newspapers, than kids.]] Her armor in her final form was surprisingly creepy too, thanks to the eyes.
* The arc of ''Lightspeed Rescue'' in which Ryan gets a cursed "tattoo" burned into his back by the BigBad, and whenever he morphs the tattoo moves up his body even more, until it reaches his neck, at which point it will kill him. The tattoo moved during a NightmareSequence, too.
* Possibly even worse than that is Queen Bansheera absorbing Vypra to regain her full power.
rangers]].
* Frax's death in ''Time Force'' "The End Of Time, Part III" was a DiesWideOpen involving a scream and parts of his robotic face falling apart. This after his having been reprogrammed into a mindless automaton by the Big Bad.
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Ransik.
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[[folder:Power Rangers Wild Force]]
*
Wild Force gives us one of the nastiest pieces of work in the franchise in the form of Dr. Viktor Adler/ Master Org. To elaborate: Dr. Viktor Adler was once a respected scientist who worked with Cole's parents Richard and Elizabeth Evans and secretly had a crush on Elizabeth, but after Cole's father proposed to her and took the spotlight during the press conference on their research, Adler became driven by jealousy and sought revenge against them. So what did he do? He took seed of the original Master Org, become an Org himself and proceeded to kill Cole's parents and would have killed Cole(who was just an infant, by the way) if he had found him. What makes him even worse is that he is the first ''human'' villain who actually ''chose'' to become evil, all other human villains before were either brainwashed and didn't have control over their actions or had sympathethic qualities(like Ransik). He willingly became the second Master Org so that he could murder two innocent people who saw him as a friend and meant him no harm in the first place(They didn't knew that Adler had a crush on Elizabeth and Richard even encouraged him to speak during the press conference), out of a petty grudge, while claiming that it was his rightful revenge. All these things make him one of the most vile, malevolent villains in Power Rangers universe, with only few a handful of villains matching him in terms of evil.
* The time Tommy was kidnapped from the Power Chamber in ''Power Rangers Zeo''. He was taken by prince Gaskett and basically mind-raped and brainwashed to think the Power Rangers were evil. While Tommy had been brainwashed before, this time it was much more graphic and drawn-out, complete with a machine over his (still helmeted) head, a dark chamber with a single light over the chair he was restrained on, while he was making sounds which clearly indicate pain. It can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COMq9_RhPS4 here]].
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* Ransik, the BigBad of ''Time Force'', has what looks like the ability to pull bones from his body and turn them into swords. In the ''Wild Force''/''Time Force'' team-up "Reinforcements From The Future" we see exactly how he got the ability to do that: he frees the life essences of three fossilized Orgs, who literally jump down his throat and copy his DNA to create their new bodies. There's also the horrific disfigurement of his face and the liquid-mercury boils that erupt from his body when his disease flares up. During the SeasonFinale for Time Force, he takes out all the Rangers by simply punching them [[spoiler: before pulling a HeelFaceTurn, which is the only thing that spared the rangers]].
* ''Ninja Storm'' has Motodrone suffer melting at the hands of Vexacus. Forget a SwordSparks-inducing strike followed by DefeatEqualsExplosion or DisappearsIntoLights - we watch him incinerated by a stream of flame. His half-slagged body is seen in a rare exception to PR's EverythingFades tendency. Vexacus quips that he was "[[BondOneLiner having a little meltdown]]".
* In the final arc of ''Mystic Force'', the Master has been incubating in the body of one of his followers, who has had a change of heart and intends to spend eternity in the "sleeping lake" to prevent his return. (That's worrying enough - sleeping forever, neither alive nor dead, to keep the EldritchAbomination inside of you dormant.) Just when it looks like he's about to succeed, he's prevented from reaching the lake by another villain. The Rangers, and the audience, are treated to the sight of the Master's hatching from him: parts of his body swell before tentacles burst out of him from within, causing bluish ichor to fly. Finally, his body bursts apart and falls about the Master's heretofore-unseen true form like an empty sack. Then, the Master promptly subjects one of the heroes to MindRape, making him experience his own death at the Master's hands/tentacles. That scene was in [[Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger its source series]] as well.
* One of ''Overdrive''[='s=] main villains enhances some monsters by reaching into their chests and leaving devices inside that revive them as cyborgs; those monsters were typically defeated and unconscious at the time. Even though beaten ''Rangers'' monsters usually don't leave behind a body, it's still not too much of a jump to think that the villain is reviving a monster corpse, although the [[{{Mooks}} Chillers]] he tried it on were still standing; on the other hand, foot soldiers can't take the upgrade as they start twitching, then their customary babbling noises get louder and faster... and then they burst apart, becoming an indoor mini-snowstorm.

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* Ransik, the BigBad of ''Time Force'', has what looks like the ability to pull bones from his body and turn them into swords. In the ''Wild Force''/''Time Force'' team-up "Reinforcements From The Future" we see exactly how he got the ability to do that: he frees the life essences of three fossilized Orgs, who literally jump down his throat and copy his DNA to create their new bodies. There's also the horrific disfigurement of his face and the liquid-mercury boils that erupt from his body when his disease flares up. During the SeasonFinale for Time Force, he takes out all the [[/folder]]
[[folder:Power
Rangers by simply punching them [[spoiler: before pulling a HeelFaceTurn, which is the only thing that spared the rangers]].
* ''Ninja Storm'' has Motodrone suffer melting at the hands of Vexacus. Forget a SwordSparks-inducing strike followed by DefeatEqualsExplosion or DisappearsIntoLights - we watch him incinerated by a stream of flame. His half-slagged body is seen in a rare exception to PR's EverythingFades tendency. Vexacus quips that he was "[[BondOneLiner having a little meltdown]]".
* In the final arc of ''Mystic Force'', the Master has been incubating in the body of one of his followers, who has had a change of heart and intends to spend eternity in the "sleeping lake" to prevent his return. (That's worrying enough - sleeping forever, neither alive nor dead, to keep the EldritchAbomination inside of you dormant.) Just when it looks like he's about to succeed, he's prevented from reaching the lake by another villain. The Rangers, and the audience, are treated to the sight of the Master's hatching from him: parts of his body swell before tentacles burst out of him from within, causing bluish ichor to fly. Finally, his body bursts apart and falls about the Master's heretofore-unseen true form like an empty sack. Then, the Master promptly subjects one of the heroes to MindRape, making him experience his own death at the Master's hands/tentacles. That scene was in [[Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger its source series]] as well.
Operation Overdrive]]
* One of ''Overdrive''[='s=] ''Operation Overdrive''[='s=] main villains enhances some monsters by reaching into their chests and leaving devices inside that revive them as cyborgs; cyborgs - those monsters were typically defeated and unconscious at the time. Even though beaten ''Rangers'' monsters usually don't leave behind a body, it's still not too much of a jump to think that the villain is reviving a monster corpse, although the [[{{Mooks}} Chillers]] he tried it on were still standing; on the other hand, foot soldiers can't take the upgrade as they start twitching, then their customary babbling noises get louder and faster... and then they burst apart, becoming an indoor mini-snowstorm.



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[[folder:Power Rangers Jungle Fury]]



* ''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your body through your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?
* Prince Vekar's [[spoiler: FamilyUnfriendlyDeath]] in ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce.'' Unlike most villains, [[spoiler: he left a corpse, and a burnt one at that]].
** Vrak's MoralEventHorizon in the ''Vrak is Back'' two-parter. He [[spoiler: brainwashes Robo Knight and turns him against the Rangers]], he kidnaps Orion and painfully drains him of his life-force to aid him in his goal, and used his monsters as pawns to enable to activate three Earth-destroying drills. Robo Knight has to die to reverse it.

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* ''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your body through your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?
* Prince Vekar's [[spoiler: FamilyUnfriendlyDeath]] in ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce.'' Unlike most villains, [[spoiler: he left a corpse, and a burnt one at that]].
** Vrak's MoralEventHorizon in the ''Vrak is Back'' two-parter. He [[spoiler: brainwashes Robo Knight and turns him against the Rangers]], he kidnaps Orion and painfully drains him of his life-force to aid him in his goal, and used his monsters as pawns to enable to activate three Earth-destroying drills. Robo Knight has to die to reverse it.
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!!Unclassified examples
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQCuJNVBecU&feature=related This ad]] for Power Rangers toys appeared in the beginning of some MMPR tapes. Aside from the prospect of Megazord crashing through the wall, viewers saw it coming at them from head-on.
* The time Tommy was kidnapped from the Power Chamber in ''Power Rangers Zeo''. He was taken by prince Gaskett and basically mind-raped and brainwashed to think the Power Rangers were evil. While Tommy had been brainwashed before, this time it was much more graphic and drawn-out, complete with a machine over his (still helmeted) head, a dark chamber with a single light over the chair he was restrained on, while he was making sounds which clearly indicate pain. It can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COMq9_RhPS4 here]].
* ''Ninja Storm'' has Motodrone suffer melting at the hands of Vexacus. Forget a SwordSparks-inducing strike followed by DefeatEqualsExplosion or DisappearsIntoLights - we watch him incinerated by a stream of flame. His half-slagged body is seen in a rare exception to PR's EverythingFades tendency. Vexacus quips that he was "[[BondOneLiner having a little meltdown]]".
* ''Lost Galaxy'' had one episode featuring an Elvis-like lobster thing that after drinking a potion became a much more dangerous, and more monstrous, creature. He was called Radster, from the first episode. He proceeded to smack-talk with the Red Lion zord, then got blown up.
* Trakeena's evolution from whiny daughter of the main villain, to competent warrior, and eventually BigBad, to utterly deranged madwoman over the course of ''Lost Galaxy'' was impressive character development, but by the end, she was known to do things like turn her {{Mooks}} - and not [[MechaMooks robotic ones]] - into suicide bombers. [[AdultFear This is perhaps scarier to parents, more familiar with the newspapers, than kids.]] Her armor in her final form was surprisingly creepy too, thanks to the eyes.
* The arc of ''Lightspeed Rescue'' in which Ryan gets a cursed "tattoo" burned into his back by the BigBad, and whenever he morphs the tattoo moves up his body even more, until it reaches his neck, at which point it will kill him. The tattoo moved during a NightmareSequence, too.
* Possibly even worse than that is Queen Bansheera absorbing Vypra to regain her full power.
* In the final arc of ''Mystic Force'', the Master has been incubating in the body of one of his followers, who has had a change of heart and intends to spend eternity in the "sleeping lake" to prevent his return. (That's worrying enough - sleeping forever, neither alive nor dead, to keep the EldritchAbomination inside of you dormant.) Just when it looks like he's about to succeed, he's prevented from reaching the lake by another villain. The Rangers, and the audience, are treated to the sight of the Master's hatching from him: parts of his body swell before tentacles burst out of him from within, causing bluish ichor to fly. Finally, his body bursts apart and falls about the Master's heretofore-unseen true form like an empty sack. Then, the Master promptly subjects one of the heroes to MindRape, making him experience his own death at the Master's hands/tentacles. That scene was in [[Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger its source series]] as well.
* ''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your body through your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?
* Prince Vekar's [[spoiler: FamilyUnfriendlyDeath]] in ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce.'' Unlike most villains, [[spoiler: he left a corpse, and a burnt one at that]].
** Vrak's MoralEventHorizon in the ''Vrak is Back'' two-parter. He [[spoiler: brainwashes Robo Knight and turns him against the Rangers]], he kidnaps Orion and painfully drains him of his life-force to aid him in his goal, and used his monsters as pawns to enable to activate three Earth-destroying drills. Robo Knight has to die to reverse it.
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14th Jun '17 5:08:42 PM PhantomRider
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* ''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?

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* ''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your body through your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?



** Vrak's MoralEventHorizon in the ''Vrak is Back'' two-parter. He [[spoiler: brainwashes Robo Knight and turns him against the Rangers]], he kidnaps Orion and painfully drains him of his life-force to aid him in his goal, and used his monsters as pawns to enable to activate three Earth-destroying drills.

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** Vrak's MoralEventHorizon in the ''Vrak is Back'' two-parter. He [[spoiler: brainwashes Robo Knight and turns him against the Rangers]], he kidnaps Orion and painfully drains him of his life-force to aid him in his goal, and used his monsters as pawns to enable to activate three Earth-destroying drills. Robo Knight has to die to reverse it.
1st Jun '17 1:57:13 PM PhantomRider
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*''Samurai'' has some of the MonsterOfTheWeek powers. Because the villains need to increase the sorrow in the world to weaken their seal, some of the things they will do to you can become ''outright torturous.'' How about, you're body-switched with inanimate objects so you can suffer AndIMustScream followed by terror when those objects are destroyed? Or, you're made to feel like you're starving to death but the more you eat it only gets ''worse?'' Bug-things that force their way into your mouth and cause you unbearable agony while they're in?
3rd May '17 6:45:50 AM Knighthood45
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* ''NightmareFuel/PowerRangersDinoThunder''



* Mesogog, the main antagonist from "Dino Thunder" was one of the few villians that didn't have an ounce of comic relief in him,
Most Power Rangers villains, as menacing as they may be, have a softer, sillier side to them, for example or Ransik's love for his daughter Nadira. And then there's Mesogog. Never once during the entirety of PowerRangersDinoThunder does he show the slightest traces of compassion and humanity(barring a single occasion where his human half intervenes on behalf of his adopted son- whom Mesogog himself is about to torture), and when his subordinates fail him, he doesn't throw a tantrum, he doesn't scream about how much of a headache he has- oh no, he tortures them via MindRape. Adding to his general creepiness are his unsettling monotone hiss,and just how well the facial prosthetics used for him work.
** That monotone of his was scary as well: He never raised voice, not once. CreepyMonotone all the time. He did get significantly crazier after he [[spoiler:separated himself from Anton Mercer]], however.
26th Apr '17 7:06:00 AM Knighthood45
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* ''NightmareFuel/PowerRangers2017

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* ''NightmareFuel/PowerRangers2017''NightmareFuel/PowerRangers2017''
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!Titles with their own pages:
* ''NightmareFuel/MightyMorphinPowerRangers''
* ''NightmareFuel/PowerRangersInSpace''
* ''NightmareFuel/PowerRangersRPM''
* ''NightmareFuel/PowerRangersDinoCharge''
* ''NightmareFuel/PowerRangers2017
19th Apr '17 8:20:36 AM draph91
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* The final episode of [[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Turbo]] had Divatox leading an army of mooks to destroy the Command Centre, and the Rangers desperately (but uselessly) trying to fight them only to lose, running away into outer space for their life.

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* The final episode of [[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Turbo]] had Divatox leading an army of mooks to destroy the Command Centre, Center, and the Rangers desperately (but uselessly) trying to fight them only to lose, running away into outer space for their life.



** That monotone of his was scary as well: He never raised voice, not once. CreepyMonotone all the time. He did get significantly crazier after he [[spoiler:separated himself from Anton Mercer]], however.


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** That monotone of his was scary as well: He never raised voice, not once. CreepyMonotone all the time. He did get significantly crazier after he [[spoiler:separated himself from Anton Mercer]], however.
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