The Quiet One: Doesn't talk as much when compared to his teammates, and as of the first four episodes, hasn't really spoken to Jake or Noah outside of a battle against the Warstar.
Rookie Red Ranger: When Gosei picked him to be the Red Ranger, Troy was unsure of this since he is new in town and he was picked right off the bat. Despite this, he embraced the role of the Red Ranger and leader and is the one to make the call to transform. He's also the most dedicated to the job, realizing just how important their protecting Earth is.
The Stoic: Even more so than Gia. It takes the death of Creepox for him to loosen up a little.
Not So Stoic: As seen in his attempts to make Noah laugh in "Last Laugh". It kinda comes out of left field in light of what we've seen of him until then, especially when he starts making faces. It's also evident when he ends up laughing uncontrollably at the Monster of the Weekfarting.
Shown Their Work: His attitude in "Who's Crying Now?" is exactly how a lifelong martial arts student should react to bullies: His belief in respect for all, refusing to stoop to the bullies' level, not even to inform the bullies of his martial arts skills, and he immediately intervenes to defend someone who is unable to defend themselves. Also, the grab Troy uses at the start is a real and very painful jointlock, called Nikio.
Gia Moran / Megaforce Yellow (Actress: Ciara Hanna)
The Ace: Is chosen due to her numerous skills, such as her calmness during pressuring situations, her pursuit of intelligence, etc. Fitting, since original Yellow Ranger Trini was an Ace as well (skilled fighter, yet smart enough to translate for Billy.)
Confusion Fu: When he first fights Loogies, he manages to knock many of them out unintentionally, while trying to evade them. Some of the hits were even delivered by his bag as it swung around.
Expy: Perhaps Billy and Max combined. Believe it or not. They even used the same method of "cast a muscular guy and toss him into dorky shirts and glasses and pretend he's a nerd." Hell, he even physically looks like a cross between Billy and Max.
Lovable Nerd: Is chosen due to his dedication to science and unrivaled intelligence, though this has caused trouble as he is fascinated at first by the sight of the mooks while the civilians are running for their lives and observes a downed mook in his first unmorphed fight while the other rangers are fighting them off.
Aloof Ally: Doesn't quite realize that his mission is the same as the Rangers; as such, he refuses their offer to join forces. This is because his years of dormancy has had its toll on his memory, thus he doesn't even remember Gosei created him.
Expy: Basically a cross between RoboCop and the Blue Senturion (only played straight). His lack of concern for civilians in "Prince Takes Knight" also bring to mind the Magna Defender, but Robo Knight's apathy is more just following strict programming rather than being too caught up in revenge.
Straw Vulcan: Claims that it is illogical to take calculated risks in order to gain an advantage in battle, or even to plan in advance at all. One wonders if he even knows what "illogical" actually means.
Took a Level in Badass: After spending most of the series in the standard mentor role, he pulls a Big Damn Heroes to save the Rangers from the Aurora Box, and then copilots the Gosei Ultimate Megazord alongside them, seemingly acting as its control system. While he does so remotely,
Conspiracy Theorist: Has a bulletin boards of pictures of the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and aliens. And the Toxic Mutants symbol.
Development Gag: Is named after Lee Burley, aka DarkBlaze, a longtime fan and member of the show's "Power Force" (a group of fans who function as combination consultants/street team.) Confirmed by him on Twitter during the premiere.
Benevolent Boss: Unlike past Power Rangers villains, Malkor treats his subordinates with true respect and as equals (apart from when he's scolding them for failing their missions). Thus, all of them have Undying Loyalty towards him.
The Brute: Malkor's main muscle. Also goes with his plans to conquer earth. Where Vrak's are strategic and well thought out, Creepox's is basically 'send powerful monster to crush the heroes' with little training.
Dangerously Genre Savvy: In "Who's Crying Now?", he wants to draw out the Rangers, specifically Troy, to finally kill them off. How does he do that? By looking for some people to attack, and, when that doesn't go as well as he planned, set out to outright destroy the city by himself.
Manipulative Bastard: In "Who's Crying Now", it seemed like he WANTED Creepox to fight the Rangers for some reason, and even before that he kept goading him at several times to get him more frustrated with the Rangers. He also implied that he was trying to be this toward Creepox just before sending his Zombats to revive Creepox after the general loses a Single-Stroke Battle with Troy.
Cements himself as one when he manipulates the Toxic Mutants into joining the Warstar.
The Necromancer: Thanks to his Zombats, he can revive dead monsters, while also making them grow to the size of Megazords.
Magitek: He claims that they are 'advanced technology' also, implying that they are this.
Pyrrhic Victory: The Armada has arrived and begun its invasion come season's end, but Vrak is a damaged cyborg and would likely not be recognized by the Armada and is forced to go on the run.
Demoted to Extra: In Tensou Sentai Goseiger, Robogog is the leader of the machine faction and Metal Alice's Master. His counterpart in Megaforce appears in the last two episodes as as an emissary for Vrak's family, mainly his brother the Prince (the villains for Super Megaforce) known as The Armada to announce that the invading force is approaching earth.
Foreshadowing: His main purpose is to foreshadow the arrival of The Armada and, possibly more important, Vrak's brother Prince Vekar.
No Name Given: He introduces himself, and is only ever referred to, as "a special envoy of the armada" or some other term or phrase to that effect.