Nick Russell / Red Mystic Ranger | (Actor: Firass Dirani)
I don't know about you guys, but I'm feeling the magic.
Arbitrary Skepticism: In the premiere, he witnesses (among other things) transportation to an alternate dimension, hordes of the undead, and perfectly normal people harnessing the elements... but believing in magic? Pfft. No way.
Badass Biker: Introduced riding into town on a bike and the first to volunteer to go into the haunted woods.
The Chosen One: "The Light". He's this because his parents are the greatest mage and warrior of their generation.
What the Hell, Hero?: In the finale, Nick is called out by his teammates when he decides to give up, after being Curb Stomped by the Master and watching his dad's murder. It didn't help that they had to pry it out of him since, when asked, he didn't even bother to give them a clear answer.
Worthy Opponent: To Koragg. Koragg's final battle prior to making a permanent Heel-Face Turn to become Leanbow once more was with him, and he calls him this word-for-word.
Charlie "Chip" Thorn / Yellow Mystic Ranger | (Actor: Nic Sampson)
A parallel dimension outside of Briarwood? Do we live in a great city or what?
He's read every book and comic, and played every video game in the super hero genre.
He's also a knight in training.
Badass Bookworm: Admit it, he doesn't look like he'd be the first to lay the smack down on mooks, being a scrawny looking geek, but he quickly took to being a Ranger.
Fun Personified: Chip is the only person in this show who doesn't take himself and the setting too seriously.
Genre Savvy: The only one not fooled by Vida's vampire transformation or shapeshifters with gifts, or other dangers. Though there was that one Idiot Ball where he opened a mysterious vase that appeared out of nowhere.
Parental Substitute: To Fireheart, the last dragon. When Jenji abandoned Fireheart in the woods, Phineas found him and took him in. When Fireheart referred to him as "Daddy", Phineas lit up with happiness.
Motor Mouth: His stories just go on and on and on, and when he's talking about anything else it's on and on and on...
Sealed Good in a Can: His lamp. He can leave for a few hours at a time (and if not for a curse, could leave permanently any time he wanted), but its more or less a magic life support machine keeping said curse at bay, so he needs to spend most of his time in it.
Schmuck Bait: It's just a simple box, it won't do nothing except suck him into an black hole. Daggeron tried to warn him.
Noble Demon: Despite initial identification as evil she only comitted one deed in the series that can be called "evil" and that was trying to get Nick fired. When asked if she was good or evil she replied, "A little bit of both".
Noble Demon: Claims to be evil but never delivers more than a butt kicking before leaving.
Sealed Evil in a Can: Rita Repulsa's very line is echoed by his 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).
Bigger Bad: While he's the only villain to last from beginning to end, he spends all but the finale in a pit or a prisoner of Leanbow doing absolutely nothing. It's almost like he's some symbolic figure head that can't do anything. In the finale, he proves his power, but everything leading up to the finale is driven by other lesser Arc Villains.