Characters / Power Rangers Time Force

Our Heroes

Wesley "Wes" Collins / Red Time Force Ranger | (Actor: Jason Faunt)

Jennifer "Jen" Scotts / Pink Time Force Ranger | (Actress: Erin Cahill)

  • Action Girl: Out of all the female rangers, she is the most battle-ready and is no less capable when unmorphed.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: She's a woman with a mostly no-nonsense attitude.
  • Heartbroken Badass: Her fiancee Alex appears to be killed in the first episode.
  • Iconic Outfit: From her reunion-show appearance in the next season, oddly.
  • Ms. Fanservice: There's really no reason for Jen's 21st century outfit to include a tight, tiny miniskirt other than the fact that former model Erin Cahill is one of the most beautiful women to ever put on the pink spandex.
    Linkara: "Holy crap, Jen, that's special assignment gear for Time Force?!?"
    • Slightly justified in that fanservice itself is a tactical advantage, since even in 2012 guys are expected to be slightly dazed at the sight of a hot chick, and both outfits do keep her legs fairly free for kicking. One gets the sense that she doesn't really care if a criminal sees her panties, since she'll have knocked them out in five minutes anyway.
    • Also mitigated by the fact that she apparently wears shorts under said skirt (as seen in "Time Force Traitor").
  • Official Couple: First with Alex, then later with Wes.
  • Quickly Demoted Leader: Averted. Wes gets the Battlizer and standing-in-the-center perks of being Red, but she keeps her position as team leader, thank you very much.

Lucas Kendall / Blue Time Force Ranger | (Actor: Michael Copon)

  • Composite Character: Because Katie's Timeranger counterpart is male, Domon's personality is used for him along with his own Sentai counterpart Ayase, minus the Ill Boy arc.
  • Dating Catwoman: With Nadira in "Nadira's Dream Date". This would prompt Lucas to pull a Please Dump Me. He gets back with her in Wild Force. To explain, Lucas has a small book that he writes poetry. About his car. When he demorphed, that book fell to the ground and Nadira picked it up. Three guess as to what happened next.

Katie Walker / Yellow Time Force Ranger | (Actress: Deborah Estelle Phillips)

Trip / Green Time Force Ranger | (Actor: Kevin Kleinberg)

  • Adorkable: He's sweet and friendly but otherwise clumsy.

Eric Myers / Quantum Ranger | (Actor: Dan Southworth)

  • Aloof Ally: Ally is stretching it, at least at first.
  • Friendless Background: Presumably by choice. While Eric was depicted as being an outcast amongst the snobby rich kids of his prep school, Wes honestly seems to try his best to be nice to Eric, and is subsequently pushed away.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite everything, Eric does care for people's safety and was friends with a little girl where he used to live.
  • Jerkass Façade: Trip puts it best: "He's lonely; he only acts mean to hide it."
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: He also gets a Super Mode. And he gets to join Wes and eight other Red Rangers on a special mission.
  • Morality Pet: He keeps adorable little birds and befriends a little girl who he gives said adorable little birds to take care of near the finale.
  • You Look Familiar: Most of his scenes, particularly his debut as the Quantum Ranger, were easy to splice up with the Sentai footage due to how similar Eric and Naoto look.

Their Friends

Circuit | (Voice actress: Brianne Siddall)

Captain Logan | (Actor: Roy Werner)

Mr. A. Collins | (Actor: Edward Albert)

  • No Name Given: No first name, at least. We only know it starts with an A.

Alex | (Actor: Jason Faunt)

  • Adaptational Heroism: His Timeranger counterpart turned out to be the Big Bad. Alex, however, is not.
  • By-the-Book Cop: Does this too much for his own good, causing the other Rangers to plead with him to give his morpher back to Wes.

Their Enemies

Ransik | (Actor: Vernon Wells)

  • Bad with the Bone: He pulls his bones out of his body and uses them as swords. It was later revealed he was given this power by some Orgs in Power Rangers Wild Force in exchange for them copying his mutant DNA to become Mut-Orgs.
  • Graceful Loser: If he hadn't accidentally blasted Nadira, he would've beaten the Rangers!
  • Heel–Face Turn: In "The End of Time"; notably one of the few seasons in which the Big Bad isn't killed or forcibly turned good.
  • Heel Realization: In the Grand Finale, after nearly killing his daughter in a rage.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: Most of his outfit is black leather.
  • Humans Are Bastards: According to him, though to be fair he's really in no position to judge.
  • Freudian Excuse: Not that it truly excuses him, but the future time he came from was full of perfectionists who saw a mutation like him as far from perfect, and cast him out.
  • Karma Houdini: After everything he did and tried to do there's no arguing he became this at the end.
  • Kick the Morality Pet: Towards his daughter, no less. Which shocks him into turning himself in.
  • Spikes of Villainy: Most of his armored parts have spikes. They're gone next season, indicating he's not evil anymore.
  • Two-Faced: Until he faced the Mut-Orgs in Power Rangers Wild Force.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Considering that Frax was kind to him and saved his life purely out of the goodness of his heart when Ransik was shunned by most, it was really a dick move to steal all the serum and leave him to die.

Nadira | (Actress: Kate Sheldon)

  • Dating Catwoman: With Lucas in "Nadira's Dream Date".
  • The Fashionista: Nadira is fascinated by 21th century fashion, and often takes Cyclobots into the city to steal clothing and jewelry.
  • Femme Fatalons: She can grow her nails for combat.
  • Friend to All Children: After witnessing the birth of a child in "End of Time Pt.1", she spends time in the park playing with children. Compare how in an earlier episode she had children kidnapped and was okay with letting them get killed for money, to "Reinforcements From The Future" where she's happily working with children in a day care.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Having had to deliver a Pregnant Hostage helped her case.
  • Laughably Evil: Did anyone ever take her seriously when she was a villain?
  • Maternally Challenged: In "The End of Time". Averted in "Reinforcements from the Future" from Wild Force, where, back in the 31st century, she works at a day care.
  • Missing Mom: Her mom is nowhere to be seen.
  • Morality Pet: For Ransik
  • Redemption Equals Death: In "The End of Time, Part III". Well, almost; it's actually a near-death.
  • Redemption Earns Life: In "Reinforcements from the Future" from Wild Force.
  • Woman in White: Her standard outfit.

Frax/Dr. Fericks | (Voice actor: Eddie Frierson)

  • Pet the Dog: Before becoming Frax, he was the only human to be sympathetic to Ransik. Unfortunately, Ransik didn't return the favor.
  • Robo Speak: After Ransik has him "reprogrammed".
  • The Starscream: At first he starts sending the most dangerous mutants behind Ransik's back to steal the credit of destroying the Rangers. Then he breaks off and goes on his own.
  • Tragic Villain: Once you learn his backstory.
  • Was Once a Man: Used to be one of the most brilliant and kindest scientists in the future.
  • We Can Rebuild Him: His backstory.

Gluto | (Voice actor: Neil Kaplan)

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