History Series / PowerRangersWildForce

27th Mar '16 1:51:13 PM Redaka
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* GoodIsDumb: Animus, in a nutshell. He decides to take away their Zords purely because they are not 100% pure, even though doing so will 100% gurantee the Earth's destruction. Considering that he DIED both times he took on Master Org and needed the Rangers to save the day, also a case of TooDumbToLive.

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* GoodIsDumb: Animus, in a nutshell. He decides to take away their Zords purely because they are not 100% pure, even though doing so will 100% gurantee guarantee the Earth's destruction. Considering that he DIED both times he took on Master Org and needed the Rangers to save the day, also a case of TooDumbToLive.


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* JounreyToFindOneself: After reforming, Toxica and Jindrax decide to do this as does Merrick Baliton with Zen-Aku accompanying him.
23rd Feb '16 5:48:33 PM themisterfree
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* ConspicuousCGI: This is where CGI zords make their debut in the series.

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* ConspicuousCGI: This is where CGI zords Zords make their debut in the series.



* ContinuitySnarl: The only thing that people don't like about "Forever Red" is the continuity problems that result from it, mostly of the account of the Machine Empire's defeat not lining up with the events of Zeo or Space at all. "Where did the powers come from", though, is more of fans not doing the research. Nothing was ''ever'' shown happening to the Zeo Crystal and a big question in Turbo was "where'd ''all'' the Zeo stuff go?" Though the Turbo Powers were destroyed alongside the Power Chamber, "True Blue to the Rescue" reveals that Storm Blaster was able to provide Justin with a spare morpher, so Lightning Cruiser was obviously able to do the same for TJ. Adam was able to use his Mastodon Power Coin in ''Space'', though it still had issues.

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* ContinuitySnarl: The only thing that people don't like about "Forever Red" is the continuity problems that result from it, mostly of the account of the Machine Empire's defeat not lining up with the events of Zeo or Space at all. "Where did the powers come from", though, is more of fans not doing the research. Nothing was ''ever'' shown happening to the Zeo Crystal and a big question in Turbo was "where'd ''all'' the Zeo stuff go?" Though the Turbo Powers powers were destroyed alongside the Power Chamber, "True Blue to the Rescue" reveals that Storm Blaster was able to provide Justin with a spare morpher, so Lightning Cruiser was obviously able to do the same for TJ. Adam was able to use his Mastodon Power Coin in ''Space'', though it still had issues.



* DisneyDeath: Ironic case--the show was the last ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' on Fox and the first on Disney. When it was on Fox, Cole's parents are shown to be rather nightmarishly invaded by vines--something that Fox only let the producers do because they were assured that it the parents would be shown as being still alive as the {{Brainwashed}} Jindrax and Toxica. When it wound up on Disney, that particular plot point was forgotten or ignored... resulting in a ''literal'' [[IncrediblyLamePun Disney]] [[KilledOffForReal Death]]. Many fans agree that this was for the best, as the deaths add a lot to the show and Cole's character that would have been lost without it.

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* DisneyDeath: Ironic case--the show was the last ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' on Fox and the first on Disney. ABC. When it was on Fox, Cole's parents are shown to be rather nightmarishly invaded by vines--something that Fox only let the producers do because they were assured that it the parents would be shown as being still alive as the {{Brainwashed}} Jindrax and Toxica. When it wound up on Disney, transitioned to ABC mid-run, that particular plot point was forgotten or ignored... resulting in a ''literal'' [[IncrediblyLamePun Disney]] [[KilledOffForReal Death]]. Many fans agree that this was for the best, as the deaths add a lot to the show and Cole's character that would have been lost without it.
11th Jan '16 1:01:49 PM nighttrainfm
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* TeamHandstack: Forever Red ends with a group fist-bump.
5th Jan '16 9:53:55 PM Morgaus
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19th Dec '15 6:16:05 PM Discar
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-->--'''[[ByThePowerOfGreyskull Morphing call]]''', ''Power Rangers Wild Force''

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-->--'''[[ByThePowerOfGreyskull -->-- '''[[ByThePowerOfGreyskull Morphing call]]''', ''Power Rangers Wild Force''



* MacGuffinGirl: Boys, actually. [[spoiler:The Bear Brothers and Animus start out in human forms.]]
22nd Nov '15 11:08:47 AM themisterfree
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** Some people posted on a forum that it was initially supposed to be Herndon Plaza (another PR fanboy ref, this time to {{SirStack}}), but [[http://powermorphiconforums.com/index.php?topic=10.0 it couldn't clear legal]]. But there was a "Herndon Labratories" in "The Master's Last Stand", so his name made it in anyway.

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** Some people posted on a forum that it It was initially supposed to be Herndon Plaza (another PR fanboy ref, this time to {{SirStack}}), but [[http://powermorphiconforums.com/index.php?topic=10.0 it couldn't clear legal]]. But there was a "Herndon Labratories" in "The Master's Last Stand", so his name made it in anyway. Another nod to the fandom was "Reinforcements from the Future" naming the Time Force prison the "Funaro Maximum Security Prison", after another fan, Chris Funaro.
22nd Nov '15 11:04:51 AM themisterfree
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** Some people posted on a forum that it was initially supposed to be Herndon Plaza (another PR fanboy ref, this time to {{SirStack}}), but [[http://powermorphiconforums.com/index.php?topic=10.0 it couldn't clear legal]].

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** Some people posted on a forum that it was initially supposed to be Herndon Plaza (another PR fanboy ref, this time to {{SirStack}}), but [[http://powermorphiconforums.com/index.php?topic=10.0 it couldn't clear legal]]. But there was a "Herndon Labratories" in "The Master's Last Stand", so his name made it in anyway.
21st Oct '15 6:22:29 PM nombretomado
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The first season produced after the {{Disney}} buyout, ''Wild Force'' was a transitional season; the first half was aired on FoxKids, while the second half aired on ABC Kids. Considered one of the weaker seasons, some dislike it for its lack of originality, being largely a clone of ''Gaoranger'' (some episodes are near {{shot for shot remake}}s); the teamup episodes are pretty much the only cool bits that weren't ''Gaoranger'' footage. This ''apparently'' stems from director and AscendedFanboy Johnathan Tzachor being a bit of a PrimaDonnaDirector and hiring Japanese directors who worked on the original ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows... [[EloquentInMyNativeTongue few of which spoke a word of English]]. What draws fans to it is mostly the technical aspects--beneath the surface is a dark story of murder and war, and also, it has ''lots'' more giant robots than usual - not only that, but the individual Wild Zords are viewed by fans as being some of the coolest-looking animal mecha in the series due to their streamlined and almost naturalistic proportions. The other thing ''Wild Force'' is notable for is not one, but ''two'' excellent [[ReunionShow team-up]] specials.

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The first season produced after the {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} buyout, ''Wild Force'' was a transitional season; the first half was aired on FoxKids, while the second half aired on ABC Kids. Considered one of the weaker seasons, some dislike it for its lack of originality, being largely a clone of ''Gaoranger'' (some episodes are near {{shot for shot remake}}s); the teamup episodes are pretty much the only cool bits that weren't ''Gaoranger'' footage. This ''apparently'' stems from director and AscendedFanboy Johnathan Tzachor being a bit of a PrimaDonnaDirector and hiring Japanese directors who worked on the original ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows... [[EloquentInMyNativeTongue few of which spoke a word of English]]. What draws fans to it is mostly the technical aspects--beneath the surface is a dark story of murder and war, and also, it has ''lots'' more giant robots than usual - not only that, but the individual Wild Zords are viewed by fans as being some of the coolest-looking animal mecha in the series due to their streamlined and almost naturalistic proportions. The other thing ''Wild Force'' is notable for is not one, but ''two'' excellent [[ReunionShow team-up]] specials.
18th Aug '15 6:52:54 PM defender2222
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* GoodIsDumb: Animus, in a nutshell. He decides to take away their Zords purely because they are not 100% pure, even though doing so will 100% gurantee the Earth's destruction. Considering that he DIED both times he took on Master Org and needed the Rangers to save the day, also a case of TooDumbToLive.
11th Jul '15 7:22:27 AM nighttrainfm
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* ShoutOut: In "Forever Red", Jason and Tommy's hand gestures when morphing are much closer to their sentai counterparts (Zyuranger and Ohranger, respectively).
** Jindrax's brother Juggelo is either [[InsaneClownPosse one of the most unusual shout-outs in Power Rangers history]] or a complete coincidence.

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In "Forever Red", Jason and Tommy's hand gestures when morphing are much closer to their sentai counterparts (Zyuranger and Ohranger, respectively).
** Jindrax's brother Juggelo is either [[InsaneClownPosse [[Music/InsaneClownPosse one of the most unusual shout-outs in Power Rangers history]] or a complete coincidence.
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