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%%The Bumblebee is not part of the Five-Man Band. Do not remove%%

->''"Magical Source! Mystic Force!"''
-->--'''[[ByThePowerOfGreyskull Morphing call]]''', ''Power Rangers Mystic Force''

The 14th season of ''Franchise/PowerRangers'', based on ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger''. After an earthquake hits the city of Briarwood, a stranger appears and asks for help locating someone in the nearby forest. But the local townsfolk are superstitious about the woods, and the only one brave enough to volunteer is Nick, [[IWasJustPassingThrough a wanderer just passing through]]. A group of locals join him, not wanting to be shown up by an outsider.

The teens soon discover the secret of Briarwood Forest: it is home to a pocket dimension inhabited by mystical creatures, and the stranger who summoned them is a powerful sorceress. More than that, their bravery marks them as wizards destined to protect both them and the human realm from the forces of the Underworld that have been freed by the quake. They are given the power to become Rangers to give their magical powers an extra edge, but if they're going to win they'll need to find out what happened years ago when the monsters were sealed...

''Mystic Force'' isn't remembered as one of the best ''Rangers'' series, but it is still remembered as enjoyable. The main complaint is that due to the story spending too much time building up the world and side characters in filler episodes (Which was well received by many fans), Nick, who gets the same amount of screentime as a Red Ranger normally does, appears to get more time on-screen than the others, who are pushed into the background due to not having enough focus episodes. As with ''[[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Wild Force]]'', it's also disliked for a lack of originality, being more or less just ''Magiranger'' with a new cast. The [[FanNickname Kalishplosions]] were also prevalent, although still nowhere near as bad as it would get.

Succeeded by ''Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive''. Xander would re-appear in the MilestoneCelebration team up "Once A Ranger" but this meant that this season didn't get a proper team up (The closest to one with ''SPD'' was Piggy making a brief cameo).

Now has a [[Characters/PowerRangersMysticForce character sheet]].
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!!Recurring ''Power Rangers'' tropes include:
* ActionGirl: Vida and Madison.
* AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: The Master fights Leanbow in Rootcore for period of their fight in the final episode.
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Many Power Rangers teams employ this trope, but this team especially fits the ''Mythical Monster Motif'' version.
* BigBad: Morticon, then Imperious, then Sculpin of the Ten Terrors.
** BiggerBad: The Master.
* BigGood: The Mystic Mother. [[spoiler: Actually a famous villain and former BigBad after a HeelFaceTurn]].
* ChestInsignia: Team "M" logos on the belt, personal symbols on the faces of the helmets.
** BroughtToYouByTheLetterS
* CityOfAdventure: Briarwood.
* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Downplayed. While in the magical forest, the rangers wear a leather vest of their color. While in their civilian job, they wear their colors, but can also wear other colors as well to try and not make it as obvious.
* TheDragon: Koragg and Necrolai are CoDragons.
* EvilPlan: As there are a number of {{Big Bad}}s there are a number of these.
** Morticon wanted to escape his can and continue his war on the humans.
** Imperious was more interested in his grudge with Daggeron and taking over the villain's camp.
** The Ten Terrors were more focused on reviving TheMaster than defeating the rangers.
** Finally, TheMaster wanted to consume all the magic in the world and then the world itself.
* FiveManBand:
** TheLeader: Nick
** TheLancer: Xander
** TheSmartGuy: Chip
** TheBigGuy: Vida
** TheChick: Madison
** SixthRanger: Daggeron
** {{Eleventh Hour Ranger}}s: Udonna and [[spoiler:Leanbow]]
* GreatOffscreenWar: The last war with the Underworld twenty-ish years ago.
* HomeBase: Rootcore.
* HumongousMecha: With the unique twist that the Rangers actually become their own Zords, rather than piloting them from within.
** AnimalMecha: The [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons Mystic Dragon]] combination, [[KingOfBeasts Mystic Lion]], [[ThePhoenix Mystic Phoenix]], [[HellishHorse Catastros]], and [[{{Unicorn}} Brightstar]].
** CombiningMecha
** TransformingMecha: The Solar Streak train.
* MadeOfExplodium It's ''PowerRangers.'' Compared to the rest of the Kalish era they're restrained with it, though (attacks explode. Monsters explode. The entire background does not turn into a sea of flames because of ''water attacks'' or ''merely pointing weapons at each other without yet firing,'' as we're going to see a lot of next season.
* MakeMyMonsterGrow: ...It's ''Power Rangers.'' We get three methods for the three phases of the series: Morticon's monsters are enlarged with a spell from Koragg. Imperious' monsters can grow on their own. The Ten Terrors are naturally giant sized and making themselves ''small.'' They can easily return to their natural size; because it's natural for them and not a spell, the effect for doing is not the usual "Dark Seal appears under you" effect.
* TheMentor: Udonna.
* {{Mooks}}: Hidiacs. They exist only to be killed off en masse in [[SerialEscalation increasing showy feats of magic power]]. Lampshaded by a GenreSavvy one.
-->"Count yourself lucky, those guys (the ones that 'get some action') never come back."
** EliteMooks: Styxoids.
* {{Motifs}}:
** Heroes: ElementalPowers with {{Mythical| Motifs}} and FairytaleMotifs.
*** PlayingWithFire and ThePhoenix: Nick.
*** ShockAndAwe and BigBadassBirdOfPrey (Garuda, aka Thunderbird): Chip.
*** MakingASplash and OurMermaidsAreDifferent: Madison.
*** BlowYouAway and OurFairiesAreDifferent: Vida.
*** GreenThumb and ALoadOfBull (Minotaur): Xander.
*** ThePowerOfTheSun and KnightInShiningArmor: Daggeron. Also ArabianNightsDays, and BewitchedAmphibians in his origin.
*** AnIcePerson and WinterRoyalLady: Udonna.
*** [[spoiler:PlayingWithFire]] and [[spoiler:NobleWolf]]: [[spoiler:Leanbow.]]
** Villains: MonsterMash.
*** EldritchAbomination: TheMaster.
*** FishPeople: Sculpin, head of the Ten Terrors.
*** FrankensteinsMonster: Morticon.
*** {{Mummy}}: Imperious.
*** NightOfTheLivingMooks: the Hidiacs and Styxoids.
*** VampireMonarch: Necrolai.
*** WolfMan: Koragg the Knight Wolf. Crossing over into the heroes' FairytaleMotifs, he's also TheBigBadWolf and a BlackKnight.
* PrecursorHeroes: the previous generation; including Udonna, Daggeron, Leanbow, and Calindor.
* RecycledINSPACE: Power Rangers [[foldercontrol]]

[[folder: as [[Functional Magic WIZARDS ]]
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* RookieRedRanger: Nick.
* SealedEvilInACan: [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Rita Repulsa's]] very ''line'' is echoed by Koragg's first line (He actually says "After ''all these'' years, I'm free," but the similarity was close enough that many fans were confused into thinking the {{backstory}} was set ten thousand years previous, when it actually appears to have been more like 20).
* SuperMode: Legend Mode. The senior wizards have Ancient Mystic Mode.
* {{Thememobile}}:
** RocketRide: The Mystic Racers. This is what happens when you apply Ranger powers to a FlyingBroomstick. There were some awesome ''ReturnOfTheJedi''-esque racers-in-forest scenes.
** CoolBike: Nick's Mystic Speeder.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Vida and Madison - interestingly reversed from ''Magiranger''; Urara has about the same personality as Madison, but is ''her'' team's Tomboy because Houka is ''just that girly''. And appropriately enough, Vida ''hates'' the color pink.
* WeaponOfChoice
** MagicWand: Magi Staffs (Wand Mode).
*** SwissArmyWeapon for the boys:
*** HeroesPreferSwords: Nick's Magi Staff in Sword Mode.
*** AnAxeToGrind: Xander's Magi Staff in Axe Mode.
*** AutomaticCrossbows: Chip's Magi Staff (and Mystic Lion Staff) in Crossbow Mode.
** {{Simple Staff}}s: Legend Mode's Mystic Lion Staffs and Udonna's Snowstaff.
** ImprobableWeaponUser: Daggeron's Solaris Laser Lamp (a magic lamp/gun).
** RedBoxingGloves: Mystic Force Fighters.
* WordPower:
** ByThePowerOfGreyskull: "Magical Source, Mystic Force!" (possibly just an {{Invocation}} and the real ByThePowerOfGreyskull is "Galwit Mysto Ranger!")
** InTheNameOfTheMoon[=/=]TransformationNameAnnouncement:
-->"Strong as a tree! Green Mystic Ranger!"\\
"Ever-changing as the wind! Pink Mystic Ranger!"\\
"Fluid as the sea! Blue Mystic Ranger!"\\
"Fast as lightning! Yellow Mystic Ranger!"\\
"Forceful as fire! Red Mystic Ranger!"\\
"Flurry of snow! White Mystic Ranger!"\\
"Power of the sun! Solaris Knight!"\\
[[spoiler:"Burning heart of fire! Wolf Warrior!"]]\\
"We call forth the magic! Power Rangers Mystic Force!"

!!This subseries contains examples of:
* AllThereInTheManual: If not for the official websites, we'd have no idea what Clare and Toby's last names were.
* AlphaBitch: Leelee, but [[LovableAlphaBitch she gets better.]]
* ArbitrarySkepticism: Nick takes some time to believe in magic, given that he clearly sees people all around him using it all throughout the first episode. Additionally, when Vida is turned into a vampire and Chip realizes it, the rest of the team laughs it off. Sure, we have magic powers and fight a wolf man and a ''vampire'' on a regular basis, but there's no way that Vida could have been turned into a ''vampire!'' Wait...
* ArmorPiercingQuestion: Clare hears from Udonna how she was someone she'd never give up on. Her response? "Why is it that we are giving up on Nick?"
* AscendedFanboy: Chip is obsessed with fairy tales and comic books, so he's the most excited to become a Ranger.
* BadassBiker: Nick.
* BadassCape: The only Ranger team that wears 'em. (''Sentai'' has had [[Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger a couple other]] [[Series/JAKQDengekitai teams with capes]], but not in about thirty years prior to ''Magiranger''.)
** CapeSwish: This happens a ''lot''. The Rangers usually start their pose in the roll call with one or two full spins swishing their capes.
* BadassFamily: [[spoiler:Parents Leanbow and Udonna, son Bowen/Nick, and niece Clare]]
* BarrierMaiden: Clare.
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Itassis was this to [[spoiler:Necrolai]], leading to the latter's HeelFaceTurn.
* BodyHorror: The Master erupts from Matoombo like a demonic cephalopod chestburster.
* BookEnds: Nick begins the series riding into Briarwood. The last we see of him is riding out, [[spoiler:only now with his mother and father.]]
* BrokenAesop: The lesson in the three-parter "Dark Wish" is supposed to be "don't take shortcuts, do the work you're supposed to", demonstrated by having the Rangers try to wish away the bad guys through the resident genie and having it backfire horribly. This is undermined by A) the Rangers have been encouraged all season to embrace their magical gifts, so "don't cheat with magic" rings hollow, B) the bad guys get the chance to use the genie themselves, and their wish to depower the Rangers is completely successful, and C) the Rangers' reward for learning not to use magic is ''even stronger magic'' that fuels their SuperMode.
** Oh, and remember that for all of Part 1, Daggeron had been going out of his way to essentially ''pester'' the Rangers into puling HeroicSecondWind VIA said BrokenAesop; which is very hard to do when they can barely lift their weapons against enemies that have them directly cornered, and [[FridgeLogic are showing severe damage on their end.]] Using Jenji suddenly sounds a lot less like a cop-out, doesn't it?
** Plus, the Rangers were tossed around like rag-dolls against two enemies that Daggeron was well aware of, (He repeatedly claims to "know these beasts") and didn't clue the Rangers in on. (A scene with him and Udonna in Part 1 implies that telling them was the plan, [[TheUnReveal but it never happened]]) which may have made the battles the Rangers were already being weakened by a little easier. But because they fell for the enemy's trap, it's automatically their fault?
** A second one is when Itassis asks why the Rangers continuously defeat the Terrors despite the latter's greater power. The answer she gets is "We're more courageous than you". This is despite the fact that Itassis personally bailed the Rangers out when four of them were down for the count and the other two couldn't morph ''and'' killed a Terror the Rangers couldn't scratch because of the 'Rules of Darkness'. Then there's the whole 'one Terror vs six Rangers' thing.
* BroughtDowntoNormal: Happens a grand total of five times throughout the show, ignoring the "Dark Wish" three-parter.
* ButNowIMustGo: Nick, though he's coming back.
* CallForward: When Piggy shows up in "Ranger Down", he explains that he just arrived and expects Earth to be crawling with aliens in, say, twenty years. He also manages to predict his lottery win and restaurant.
* TheCameo[=/=]ContinuityNod: The Mystic Mother, played by Machiko Soga, is Rita Repulsa after being cured by Zordon's Z-Wave.
-->"The Mystic Mother. Known as [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Rita]] in the Dark Days."
** Jenji also shares a scene with ''S.P.D.'''s Piggy in "Ranger Down".
* CanisLatinicus: The show is surprisingly good about using actual Latin, Greek, and Welsh words for spells (if not proper use of either grammar or MagicAIsMagicA to match), but a few stinkers got by, such as "Hilarium Shenolia".
* CharacterTic: The Titan Megazord tips the brim of its wizard hat after the FinishingMove.
* TheCharmer: Xander fancies himself as one - though trying "Plan Xander" on the monsters usually gets his ass kicked.
* ChekhovMIA: Nick being adopted [[spoiler:+ Udonna's search for her lost husband and missing baby = Surprise!]]
* ChekhovsGunman: Phineas seems to be a harmless PluckyComicRelief character who occasionally gives advice to the Rangers at first. [[spoiler:It isn't until later do we find out that he was the one who rescued Bowen and brought him outside the mystic realm to protect him.]]
* ChessMotifs: The Titan Megazord cockpit is laid out like a chessboard, which the Rangers take as a sign to "think strategically". In that vein, they occasionally used "Checkmate!" as a BondOneLiner.
* TheChosenOne: Nick.
* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: The key component to being able to use magic is, it seems, believing in magic. In the premiere, Nick is unable to use magic because he doesn't believe - even after he's seen others using it (and despite considerable effort 'trying' to believe). He gains the ability to cast spells only after announcing that he really does, after all, believe in magic. In the finale, the entire city's belief is used as a CombinedEnergyAttack.
* ClipShow: "Koragg's Trial".
* CloudCuckoolander: Phineas.
* CombinedEnergyAttack: Used in the finale.
** Code two in SuperMode also works this way.
* CoolTrain: the Solar Streak Megazord.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Phineas can kick Mook butt.
** Jenji also demonstrated some butt kicking moves when the Rangers were incapacitated.
** Clare, ever the bumbler, managed to tap into some powers by way of ancestry, and even slapped around TheDragon during her spotlight episode.
* {{Crossover}}: ''Very'' briefly with SPD when Piggy shows up in one episode and speaks with Jenji. Apparently he's been living on Earth long before aliens integrated with humans. Also, the Mystic Mother is apparently post-purification Rita.
* CuriosityCausesConversion: Itassis.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The world without the Rangers in "Dark Wish".
* DespairEventHorizon: Udonna reaches the edge when she finds out [[spoiler:Leanbow has been turned back into Koragg, realizing that either he or the Rangers will destroy the other, in addition to her son already being lost. Subverted when she finds Nick's blanket, which belonged to her lost son...]]
** Nick reaches this [[spoiler:after the Master transports them to a BadFuture and defeats them in a CurbStompBattle. Not to mention having just killed Daggeron and Leanbow beforehand. It's only until ''Madison'', in what may be her only CrowningMomentOfAwesome, [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan knocks some sense into him]] that he recovers from his HeroicBSOD.]]
* DontGoInTheWoods: Invoked in the premiere.
* DoomyDoomsOfDoom: When trying to infiltrate the Underworld in "Light Source":
-->'''Phineas:''' I don't mean to be a doomsayer, but uhh, DOOM! Doom, doom, doom!
* TheDrifter: Nick.
* EnemyMine: Koragg teaming up with the Rangers against the Four Barbarian Beasts.
* EruditeStoner: Toby.
* EthnicMagician: Daggeron.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: but Itassis does a HeelFaceTurn to make an honest attempt.
* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: The Master's hatching from Matoombo's body near the end of was almost ''Franchise/{{Alien}}''-level bad.
* AFormYouAreComfortableWith: For starters, Udonna tries to give the Rangers ordinary magic wands, but concedes that wand phones are more in line with contemporary tastes, and transforms them with a spell. (In ''Magiranger,'' we ''never'' got a good reason for why magic from another dimension was powered by cell phones.)
* FusionDance: Nick fuses with Fireheart for his Battlized mode, and the other Rangers merge to make the Mystic Lion Zord.
* GenieInABottle: Jenji.
* GenreSavvy: Upon becoming Power Rangers, some of the teens wondered aloud when they got all their "cool stuff" like Zords.
* GoodCostumeSwitch: [[spoiler:Leanbow as the Wolf Warrior, who wears a red version of his old Knight Wolf armor.]]
* GreatBigBookOfEverything: The Xenotome.
* HellishHorse: Catastros, Koragg's steed.
* HollywoodGenetics: Udonna looks Irish, her husband Leanbow looks Spanish, and their son Bowen[=/=][[spoiler:Nick]] looks Arabic ([[spoiler:Firass Dirani]] is Aussie-Lebanese), and is ''much'' darker skinned than either parent. [[spoiler:Daggeron, played by the New Zealander John Tui, is a better match and leads to all kinds of fan theories.]]
* HongKongDub: Used for Mystic Mother, same as [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Rita in the old days]].
* HurricaneOfPuns: The Rangers need to collectively get one out of their system when Xander starts turning into a tree in "Petrified Xander".
* HybridMonster: Phineas the "troblin" (half-troll, half-goblin). [[HalfBreedDiscrimination He's an outcast with both the trolls and the goblins]].
* IAlwaysWantedToSayThat: Chip, after saying "ItsQuietTooQuiet".
* IfItSwimsItFlies: The Mystic Mermaid zord averts this by turning her fins to legs and walking.
* [[IHateYouVampireDad I Hate You, Vampire Mom]]: Leelee to Necrolai - not for any BlessedWithSuck angst, Leelee's not even a vampire; Necrolai just sucks at parenting.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: as Bruce Kalish's second season, every title had two words (though they fudged it with "The Snow Prince").
* InconsistentDub: Production can't keep track of which spell does what.
* IneptMage: Clare. Gradually improves over the course of the series.
* InstantRunes: The Rangers, the old guard, the bad guys, and Legend Warrior Mode each have a pretty mystic seal that appears for certain big spells and attacks. (The Legend seal is only seen in the zord cockpit, though).
* InterspeciesRomance: several {{Last Minute Hookup}}s: Leelee and Phineas (also see HybridMonster above), Necrolai and Toby, and even Itassis and Daggeron was [[ShipTease teased]] a little!
* JigsawPuzzlePlot
* TheLadysFavour: [[GenderInvertedTrope Gender inverted]] with Nick and Madison in the finale; it also avoids the TryNotToDie part by happening ''after'' the battle.
* KillMeNowOrForeverStayYourHand: Vida to [[spoiler:Matoombo the energy terror]] to cement his HeelFaceTurn.
* LandOfFaerie: If Briarwood Forest doesn't strictly qualify, then it is at least very close.
* LeakingCanOfEvil: The seal over the Underworld keeps the forces of evil from completely overrunning the Earth, but it's broken enough to allow MonsterOfTheWeek and {{Mooks}} to be sent, and for the major villains to come and go at will (save Morticon, whose power is so great no standard teleportation spell can send him to the human world.)
* TheLegionsOfHell
* LiteralGenie: Jenji a few times.
* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:Koragg (aka Leanbow) and Udonna are Nick's biological parents.]]
* MagicAIsMagicA: Unfortunately not; the American production sadly broke ''Magiranger'''s defined spell system and were too lazy to make their own work as intended (come on, BVS: is it ''really that hard'' to re-film ''fingers dialing a phone?'')
* MagicWarrior: Clare inherited the powers of the Gatekeeper from her mother (even though she only used them in only in a lone two-parter).
* MagicalSecurityCam: Averted; Nick and Vida have to swipe security footage of them morphing in "Fire Heart", and it's not even StockFootage.
* MakeAWish
* TheMaster: [[spoiler:Used for the name of the BigBad.]]
* MasterOfDelusion: averted; Toby starts getting annoyed at his employees running off, and they eventually own up to him.
* MegaNeko: Jenji.
* MindRape: The Master shows Daggeron his coming death in the finale (thankfully, it doesn't quite work out that way).
* MythologyGag: The Pheonix Unizord resembles a non-evil [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Cyclopsis]]. Which is quite fitting, [[spoiler:given that the Mystic Mother was Rita.]]
* NamesToRunFromReallyFast: Catastros, as in Catastrophy.
* NiceHat: On the Megazords of all things. The Mystic Titan Megazord has a [[RobeAndWizardHat pointy wizard hat]] and the Solar Streak Megazord has a turban.
* NobleDemon: Koragg.
* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Xander, the standout in a cast of {{Fake American}}s; eventually explained as him being a native Aussie.
* NotWorthKilling: Koragg pulls this a ''lot''.
* ObviouslyEvil: [[spoiler:Inverted with Leanbow. His Ancient Mystic mode looks much more demonic than his "Koragg" armor, even though he uses the former as a hero and the latter as a villain.]]
* OmniscientMoralityLicense: Daggeron in "Inner Strength".
* TheOtherRainforest: The location of Briarwood suggests that it is either in Northern California or Oregon.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Fireheart.
* OutOfFocus: Initially, Madison (hence the "Who's Madison?" meme). Eventually, everyone who wasn't Nick.
* OverclockingAttack: The very last battle.
* PinkMeansFeminine: Played with. The Pink Ranger isn't the team's Girly Girl for once and even borders on "butch". But the trope is affirmed in that Vida is ''not'' a fan of the color.
* PortalNetwork: The Rangers travel through the forest's trees to get around.
* PurpleIsTheNewBlack: Koragg's armor.
* RecursiveImport: This series gets dubbed in Japan, but unlike in the case of ''Series/PowerRangersSPD'', the ''Magiranger'' actors don't get to voice their counterparts.
* RedHeadedHero: Chip and Udonna.
* [[spoiler:ReforgedIntoAMinion]]: Koragg.
* RefusalOfTheCall: Nick.
* RightBackAtYa: Imperius does this to the Rangers to demonstrate his superior magic.
* RightBehindMe: Xander griping about Daggeron in "Inner Strength".
* RobeAndWizardHat: The Rangers have robes; it's the ''megazord'' that has the hat!
* SarcasticConfession: Chip reveals the Rangers' identities to Toby, knowing he'd never believe it.
* SceneryPorn: Most of the areas shot in are absolutely ''beautiful'', and the filters have taken a massive step up since [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy the old Photoshop filters]].
* SecretLegacy: Nick.
* SecretTestOfCharacter: The Tribunal of Magic sets two of them before the Rangers; one is if they're brave enough to fight without their magic and the other is a...
** LeaveYourQuestTest: Offering them their normal and safe lives back.
* ShesAManInJapan: Reversed; the female Heavenly Saint Snowgel became the Snow Prince in the U.S.
* ShipTease: Chip and Vida, because the fans damn well don't let how much Nick hogs up the whole season slow them down.
** Nick and Madison is also hinted at quite a bit.
* SiblingYinYang: Vida and Madison.
* SigilSpam: "M" designs are ''everywhere''.
* SignificantAnagram: Leelee Pimvare. She even spells it out when we first hear it: "Pimvare" <-> "Vampire".
* SkunkStripe: Vida. It's always [[MulticoloredHair colored]], too.
* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: Instead of one BigBad, there's sort of a revolving door. Every time one went down for the count, another one showed up.
* TheStarscream: [[spoiler:Imperious tries to be this, but Koragg prevents it from happening.]]
* TakenForGranite: Madison and random civilians in "Rock Solid", and Jenji in a later episode.
* TheEnd: The season ends with this showing up in the Xenotome.
* ThemeTuneRap: Say what you will about it, but at the very least it's better than [[Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive the one that came after it]].
* TimeyWimeyBall: Good luck making sense of the temporal mechanics in "Dark Wish". For some reason, neither Koragg nor the Rangers were affected by the initial wish even when [[BigGood Udonna]] was. Then when the wish was reversed, time wasn't. A battle started in the same circumstances as before. The villains remembered both timelines.
* [[UglyGuyHotWife Ugly Guy, Hot Girl]]: Phineas and Leelee.
* UnexplainedRecovery: Matoombo is alive and well at the end, even though The Master basically [[BodyHorror tore him apart from the inside]].
* WhosWatchingTheStore
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Madison hates frogs.
* WorldBuilding: A rather impressive amount for ''Power Rangers''- while the magic system from ''Magiranger'' didn't carry over, many fans appreciated how much focus was put on explaining the world. However, as said above, while it was well received, it was also criticized for cutting into the screentime of the Rangers, Madison in particular.
* YouLookFamiliar: Three subverted examples here - Barnie Duncan and John Tui, previously Piggy and "Doggie" Cruger in ''S.P.D.'', are virtually unrecognizable without their heavy prosthetics in the roles of Toby and Daggeron, apart from their distinctive voices. And Kelson Henderson is ''completely'' unrecognizable under prosthetics, hideous dentures and a different voice in the role of Phineas. Mystic Mother is ''almost'' this, sharing an actress with [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Rita Repulsa]], but it's explained they're one and the same.
** Played straight with Antonia Prebble (Clare), who previously played two one-shot characters: Krista, "the tree girl" and Conner's prom date in ''Dino Thunder'', and the unmorphed Nova Ranger in the ''S.P.D.'' finale.
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