Shane Clarke / Red Wind Ranger | (Actor: Pua Magasiva)
Not another clone story! Didn't we already do this?
Acquired Situational Narcissism: The second episode, "There's No "I" in Team." He lets being the Red Ranger go to his head, thinking the others should just do as he says and that he doesn't need any help. A monster fight forces him to see otherwise.
Power Gives You Wings: The second mode of the Battlizer: a smaller version of his own Hawk Zord forms a jetpack that lets him take out Vexacus' spaceship in a dogfight. He briefly gets energy wings during the finisher to boot.
The Spock: He's generally the most mellow guy on the team (though he and Hunter spend an episode as competition freaks).
Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Tori mentions that he's afraid of spiders. A childhood flashback shows Shane very hesitantly freeing Skyla from a spider web. His worst fear is his family looking down on him, particularly his older brother.
Tori Hanson / Blue Wind Ranger | (Actress: Sally Martin)
What's wrong? Never seen a girl in blue spandex walk on water?
Well, I guess no-one's laughing at the comic book geek now, ARE they?
Acquired Situational Narcissism: "Tongue and Cheek," where the Yellow Ranger is hailed as a public, solo hero for stopping some human thugs from busting up Storm Chargers. While the others (rather unfairly) give him crap about it, Dustin actually takes it in stride and just likes getting some respect for a change. However, after a solo fight against the Monster of the Week in front of some reporters, Dustin starts letting the fame go to his head. When he again encounters the monster (who by this point has captured Hunter and Blake), he refuses to morph or fight until the press are about to arrive—baffling Shane (who is jealous), Tori and even the monster. Dustin gets over it, though.
Shane: Take it from someone who's been there. There's no "I" in team. Dustin: Maybe there should be.
Bifurcated Weapon: He can attach his Navy Antlers to his staff, giving it more power.
Blade on a Stick: Besides the ability to attach his Navy Antler to his Thunder Staff, he also gets a special spear. note Though if one looks closely, said spear is just another Thunder Staff with a decorative head.
Dating Catwoman: His relationship with Tori technically started as this - he used her to get close to Ninja Ops, while she had no idea he was one of the evil Rangers giving her team so much trouble.
The Starscreams: Tried to pull this out of Obfuscating Stupidity. As a result, they were left to die in Lothor's self-destructing base in "Storm Before The Calm", but Cam, Hunter and Blake saved their bacons.
They were able to pull it off more successfully in the Dino Thunder crossover, resulting in Sensei being freed just in time to keep the Brainwashed and Crazy Wind Ninjas from wreaking havoc on their Dino Thunder counterparts.
Spared by the Adaptation: Chuzubo is the first of the Jakanja to die, and that's even before Shurikenger comes into play. Here, Choobo is merely shrunken after his great plot to turn the Thunder Rangers back against the Wind Rangers fails. He returns to normal a few episodes later, and is demoted back to comic relief.
Villainous Crush: In the filler "Snip It, Snip It Good", one line suggests he has one for Tori.
Vexacus | (Voice actor: Michael Hurst)
I don't have time to waste with an over-the-hill ninja warlord.