It then followed up with surprising the crowd by introducing the main five actors, dressed up in their Ranger suits, for the first time without any prior indication that such a thing was going to happen.
The official "first look" trailer has arrivednote Extended version can be seen here., and it is sure to send goosebumps up and down the bodies of every Power Rangers fan. It's pretty amazing by itself, but the best part is that it includes what are widely considered to be the three greatest words to fans of the series: IT'S MORPHIN' TIME!
"Weird Dream", the first clip showcasing utilization of Legend War footage in Megaforce.
The appearance of the ranger keys on the sides of the command center. Bonus points for the identities of certain teams as ranger keys and also adds to the hope that Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger will be adapted.
The first unmorphed fight of the rangers.
Jake taking down the mooks with a soccer ball (even saving his crush from a sneak attack from behind with that tactic).
All 5 Rangers morph for the first time and the battle following the morph. The morph sequence itself is reminiscent of Wild Force and Dino Thunder and the combined weapon itself is reminiscent of Mighty Morphin season 1.
After the defeat of the MOTW, all 5 rangers talk about their recent success and Gosei tells them all 5 rose to the occasion and were chosen for a good reason. Gosei then goes on to tell them that there will be more to come, but he knows that they can do it and will be able to unlock new powers as they go along on their battle. Troy is prepared for what lies ahead and leads the team into their own team knuckle stack and proclaim, "Earth's Defenders Never Surrender!" just as the original Mighty Moprhin team before them had done.
First zord AND megazord fight
In "Stranger Ranger", Jordan tries following the Rangers to their training area. He comes out of the bush to find the Rangers, transformed, waiting for him, having heard him coming. While it's not wicked awesome, the scene was still pretty Badass on the part of the Rangers.
The fight between Creepox, Troy and Noah itself. So many fight scenes in Power Rangers feel kind of lazy and phoned in, and most really important fights tend to focus too much on flashy special effects. This fight however, has great choreography, is shot very well and is very well paced. It feels like a lot of effort went in without trying to show off. Admittedly a lot of credit should go to Super Sentai as a lot of the fight comes from Goseiger, but there is some original footage too which is done really well. Such as Troy's incredibly implausible, yet undeniably cool morph sequence while doing a sideways flip in the air having started from a lying down position.
Robo-Knight's entrance, where he takes down the MOTW in under five minutes. When it grows, he just turns into his Zord and continues the asskicking!
Once again we get to see to see a good civilian fight in "Prince Takes Knight".
The debut of the Gosei Ultimate Megazord. Gosei himself gets one by pulling a Big Damn Heroes with its jet mode and rescuing the Rangers from the Aurora Box, then acting as its control systems, more or less fighting alongside them!
The show's return after a haitus, and then Saban and Nick double-air Megaforce with Digimon Fusion, effectively creating an American version of Super Hero Time!
Which sadly didn't last long. R.I.P: American Super Hero Time 9/07/13-10/05/13
Vrak fried the Mophers, forcing the Rangers out of Ultra Mode and weakening them severely.
How Robo Knight was able to recharge the Rangers Morphers, though he couldn't help them in the battle after that. So, he loans Troy the Robo Blaster, so in a way, he's still fighting with them.
The closing moments of Episode 20 where the alien Armada finally attacks in full force.
In general, the fight music throughout the whole series so far. It tends to start with straight up metal during the initial fights with the Loogies and the MOT Ws, escalating and becoming more and more epic until they reach the Megazords combining and the Megazord fights, where it is straight up symphonic power metal. Gives this troper goosebumps every time!