History YMMV / PowerRangersMegaforce

13th Apr '18 9:57:03 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** Another Blink-And-You'll-Miss-It moment, this time from ''The Wrath'': during the fight with Levira, Troy changes into the [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin Red Ranger]]. This differs from the corresponding ''Gokaiger'' episode, in which Marvelous changes into [[Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan Vul Eagle]], not [[Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger Tyranno Ranger]]. Inevitably, eagle-eyed (no pun intended) viewers noticed Troy pull out Vul Eagle's Ranger Key, as well as the ''Sun Vulcan'' logo appearing briefly when he activates Legendary Ranger Mode.

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** Another Blink-And-You'll-Miss-It moment, this time from ''The Wrath'': during the fight with Levira, Troy changes into the [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin Red Ranger]]. This differs from In the corresponding ''Gokaiger'' episode, in which Marvelous changes into [[Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan Vul Eagle]], not [[Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger Tyranno Ranger]]. Inevitably, eagle-eyed (no pun intended) viewers noticed Troy pull out Vul Eagle's Ranger Key, as well as the ''Sun Vulcan'' logo appearing briefly when he activates Legendary Ranger Mode.
13th Apr '18 9:55:49 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** Another Blink-And-You'll-Miss-It moment, this time from ''The Wrath'': during the fight with Levira, Troy changes into the [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin Red Ranger]]. This differs from the corresponding ''Gokaiger'' episode, in which Marvelous used [[Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan Vul Eagle's]] Ranger Key, not [[Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger Tyranno Ranger's]]. Inevitably, eagle-eyed (no pun intended) viewers noticed Troy pull out Vul Eagle's key, as well as the ''Sun Vulcan'' logo briefly appearing when he activates Legendary Ranger Mode.

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** Another Blink-And-You'll-Miss-It moment, this time from ''The Wrath'': during the fight with Levira, Troy changes into the [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin Red Ranger]]. This differs from the corresponding ''Gokaiger'' episode, in which Marvelous used changes into [[Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan Vul Eagle's]] Ranger Key, Eagle]], not [[Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger Tyranno Ranger's]]. Ranger]]. Inevitably, eagle-eyed (no pun intended) viewers noticed Troy pull out Vul Eagle's key, Ranger Key, as well as the ''Sun Vulcan'' logo briefly appearing briefly when he activates Legendary Ranger Mode.
9th Apr '18 1:33:41 PM TVLubber
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* EvilIsCool: [[DragonInChief Vrak]] is fairly competent schemer and the most successful villain with some great and well thought out plans. He's also got a great voice and has a badass and intimidating presence that the other villains tend to lack.

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* EvilIsCool: [[DragonInChief Vrak]] is fairly competent schemer and the most successful villain with some great and well thought out plans. He's also got a great voice and has a badass and intimidating presence that the most other villains tend to lack.
8th Apr '18 1:02:54 PM miraculous
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* EpilepticTrees: In ''Super Megaforce'', the SixthRanger is named Orion. Fans started snarking that the [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Lost Galaxy]] connections made themselves. (A plot device in ''Galaxy'' was the Lights of Orion.

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In ''Super Megaforce'', the SixthRanger is named Orion. Fans started snarking that the [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Lost Galaxy]] connections made themselves. (A plot device in ''Galaxy'' was the Lights of Orion.


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* EvilIsCool: [[DragonInChief Vrak]] is fairly competent schemer and the most successful villain with some great and well thought out plans. He's also got a great voice and has a badass and intimidating presence that the other villains tend to lack.
8th Apr '18 11:38:32 AM miraculous
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* BaseBreakingCharacter: While the general consensus of the series is that their characters are underutilized, the core five rangers with the exception of Troy have their fair share of supporters and critics.

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* BaseBreakingCharacter: While the general consensus of the series is that their characters are underutilized, the core five rangers with the exception of Troy [[TheScrappy Troy]] have their fair share of supporters and critics.
6th Apr '18 5:26:41 AM TVLubber
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** Melkor and his forces have a number of similarities to [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Scorpius's species]] (insect based, enters a cocoon to power up and evolve, a warrior culture), making them related may have been both logical and made them more memorable.

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** Melkor Malkor and his forces have a number of similarities to [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Scorpius's species]] (insect based, enters a cocoon to power up and evolve, a warrior culture), making them related may have been both logical and made them more memorable.
5th Apr '18 12:31:44 PM Godzillawolf
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** Melkor and his forces have a number of similarities to [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Scorpius's species]] (insect based, enters a cocoon to power up and evolve, a warrior culture), making them related may have been both logical and made them more memorable.
4th Apr '18 2:33:44 PM finalsurvivor1
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* Fans are split on whether or not it was a good idea to adapt ''Goseiger'' (since ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' adaptations of what are considered "dull" ''Sentai'', are usually good; however, ''Goseiger'' is considered a ''very'' dull ''Sentai'' by Western fans) over the much more desirable ''Gokaiger'' (which would have been perfect for an [[MilestoneCelebration anniversary series]]). Trying to remind them that ''Sentai'' fudged their numbers as well and had their 35th anniversary in their 36th/37th year goes nowhere (''Goranger'' debuted in 1975 and ran for three seasons, meaning technically, ''Gokaiger's'' 2011-2012 schedule was a year or two late anyway) - mainly because they can shoot back that ''Gokaiger'' was the 35th ''series''[[note]]starting with ''Series/HyakujuuSentaiGaoranger'', Sentai anniversaries were celebrated by the season number, not year; ''Power Rangers'' would've had it's ''Gokaiger'' adaptation as the 20th anniversary had Disney adapted ''Shinkenger'' instead of airing a recut of ''Mighty Morphin'', or Saban moved the series to a different network; but due to the recut, combined with Nickelodeon restricting the series to 20 episodes per season, and Toei preventing Saban from skipping ''Goseiger'' meant that ''Goseiger'' wound up been the 20th anniversary series[[/note]].

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* Fans are split on whether or not it was a good idea to adapt ''Goseiger'' (since ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' adaptations of what are considered "dull" ''Sentai'', are usually good; however, ''Goseiger'' is considered a ''very'' dull ''Sentai'' by Western fans) over the much more desirable ''Gokaiger'' (which would have been perfect for an [[MilestoneCelebration anniversary series]]). Trying to remind them that ''Sentai'' fudged their numbers as well and had their 35th anniversary in their 36th/37th year goes nowhere (''Goranger'' debuted in 1975 1975, and ran for three seasons, meaning the abnormal runs of it and ''JAKQ'', as well as the hiatus before ''Battle Fever'', meant technically, ''Gokaiger's'' 2011-2012 schedule was a year or two late anyway) - mainly because they can shoot back that ''Gokaiger'' was the 35th ''series''[[note]]starting with ''Series/HyakujuuSentaiGaoranger'', Sentai anniversaries were celebrated by the season number, not year; ''Power Rangers'' would've had it's ''Gokaiger'' adaptation as the 20th anniversary had Disney adapted ''Shinkenger'' instead of airing a recut of ''Mighty Morphin'', or Saban moved the series to a different network; but due to the recut, combined with Nickelodeon restricting the series to 20 episodes per season, and Toei preventing Saban from skipping ''Goseiger'' meant that ''Goseiger'' wound up been the 20th anniversary series[[/note]].
24th Mar '18 10:11:52 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* SnarkBait: Although this trope is actually one of the reasons for people to keep watching after growing out of the target demographic, this show in particular is a prime target for this trope, simply because of just how many missed opportunities there were, the Red Ranger being the biggest StaticCharacter in the franchise, and the amount of {{Narm}} in comparison to other seasons.
23rd Mar '18 8:44:33 AM STRX
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* BaseBreakingCharacter: While the general consensus of the series is that their characters are underutilized, the core five rangers with the exception of Troy have their fair share of supporters and critics.
** Noah: While his default personality was fine, fans are torn between whether or not he had character development (not helped with the major difference in Hyde and Joe dividing those on how the footage worked for the character) or was just as bland as his fellow rangers.
** Jake: Jake is the least hated amongst the five for….constantly having a personality compared to his sentai counterpart, his friendship with Noah, and having some focus episodes that the audience to connect to. The problem some people have with Jake is to his relationship with Gia: some feel that his crush on Gia was fine and gave a unique character dynamic between the rangers while others find him to be creepy, sexist, and only loving her for just her looks instead of trying to understand her as a person.
** Gia: Gia is loved in no thanks with Ciara Hanna’s commanding performace, being strong willed, and for having a strong personality that is shown throughout the series. The bigger argument people have against her is the endless eye candy, the lack of character growth or a single focus episode dedicated to her. Her treatment of Jake also causes a rift, where fans either believe she does care about him or is just pulling her by the wayside.
** Emma: Some fans give Emma credit thanks to her singing, generally kind nature, and Christina Masterson’s acting. Others find Emma to be annoying, boring, hypocritical (such as how she forces Jake) and her focus episodes to be the most bizarre and preachy. The Kimberly {{Expy}} part of her is seen by her fans as unique since she has her own talents outside of Kimberly while others view her as a downgraded version of the original Pink Ranger with no memorable storylines.
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