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Cole Evans / Red Lion Ranger | (Actor: Ricardo Medina, Jr.)
Voiced by: Irwin Daayán (Latin American Spanish)
- All for Nothing: The parents he left the jungle to look for have been dead since before he could speak.
- All-Loving Hero: For better or for worse, Cole is a pacifist at heart and believes in the good of everyone. He tried to find a peaceful solution to the Orgs before realizing they have no hearts and are essentially Made of Evil. Best exemplified with Victor Adler. After the man who murdered his parents dies, instead of talking ill of him or rejoicing in his death, Cole leaves flowers at his grave and hopes he can find peace in death.
- Friend to All Living Things: Growing up in the jungle, he has a strong connection with animals.
- Hachimaki: He wears a red headband.
- Heartbroken Badass: He never knew his parents and eventually realizes that they're dead. Still, he never stops fighting for the good of mankind and nature.
- The Hero: Leader of the Wild Force Rangers and the first 26 episodes mostly revolve around him learning what happened to his birth parents.
- Hurting Hero: He grew up in the jungle, knowing nothing about where he came from. As a Ranger, he later learns his parents are presumed dead. He then learns they are dead and were killed by their friend, Dr. Adler (who became Master Org). Cole demonstrates considerable restraint in killing Adler when he had the chance.
- Idiot Hero: To be fair, he grew up in village as far away from modern civilization as possible so such things like not knowing motorcycles are not alive is justified.
- Large Ham: He stands out with his overly serious lines during the Red Ranger Reunion episode, in stark contrast with his predecessors' more relaxed deliveries. Even Carter was more laid back in comparison.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: Now who got a Battlizer, a second Cool Bike, and the chance to go on a mission with nine other Red Rangers?
- The Leader: He displaced Taylor as this because he was chosen to be the Red Ranger.
- Nature Hero: Growing up in the jungle and working with giant robotic animals.
- Parental Abandonment: His original goal was to find out what happened to his birth parents.
- Raised by Natives: Was raised by a local village when he was separated from his parents.
- Rookie Red Ranger: One of the more complained about examples, since despite his lack of experience, he was immediately made the team leader just because he was the Red Ranger.
- Ship Tease: With Alyssa. The original ending for the finale showed the two of them married.
- Shirtless Scene: And damn is the guy ripped.
- Sleeves Are for Wimps: He ripped off the sleeves of the shirt the rangers gave him to make a headband.
- Speaks Fluent Animal: He can understand the animals feelings thanks to his ability to sense hearts.
- What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Played with. He realizes as early as the first episode that his abilities to commune with the hearts of creatures isn't especially useful in battle. That said, it does come in handy a few times during the course of the season.
- Wolverine Claws: More like Sabertooth claws, as he is able to grow lions claws from his gloves.
- You Killed My Father: Averted. Probably because he never got to meet his parents, he chooses not to kill Adler for it because he doesn't want to be obsessed with someone he hates like Adler was.
Taylor Earhardt / Yellow Eagle Ranger | (Actress: Alyson Kiperman)
Voiced by: Mariana Ortiz (Latin American Spanish)
- Ace Pilot: She was one in the air force before becoming the Yellow Ranger.
- Action Girl: The most experienced of the main five Rangers. She lasted longer than any of the others when Zen-Aku first appeared.
- Birds of a Feather: With Eric. They both have stubborn, commanding personalities, which leads them to clash at first. But eventually they begin to bond over having similar experiences with warming to their ranger teams and interest in weaponry.
- Cool Sword: Her Eagle Sword
- Crossover Ship Tease: In-universe, with Eric during the team-up episode.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: Her hairstyle was changed to a more loose hairstyle after the Zen-Aku story arc ended.
- Faking the Dead: Her backstory for how she became a Ranger. The Animarium called her by crashing her fighter jet, and it's heavily implied that the only way she could be a Ranger (due to her status as a lieutenant in the Air Force) was for her to let everyone think she had died, so she's an MIA soldier as far as they are concerned: Taylor avoids making contact with the military for fear they will recognize her. The end of the series sees her reinstated as a pilot, still occasionally flying alongside her zord.
- The Lancer: She used to be the leader until Cole arrived. She doesn't like it at first until Cole proves he's capable of leading the team.
- Meaningful Name: She shares the same last name as Amelia Earhart, a female pilot who disappeared after her plane went missing. In this case, Taylor had to fake her death to become a Power Ranger.
- Military Brat: Her Air Force days left her very devoted to rules and regulations.
- Military Superhero: Former Air Force pilot turned Power Ranger.
- Quickly-Demoted Woman: The series started out with Taylor as leader of the team, and having been such for over a year. When Rookie Red Ranger Cole shows up and is declared leader, Taylor isn't thrilled and spends at least another episode still trying to hold on to that command before giving up and letting Cole take control.
- She's a Man in Japan: Along with some other Yellow Rangers in the franchise - in her case, her counterpart is male Air Force AWOL Gaku Washio. She is, so far, the last one.
- Shipper on Deck: Is the first one to point out the tension between Princess Shayla and Merrick. Then ends up on the other side of this with Eric in "Reinforcements From The Future."
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tomboy to Shayla's Girly Girl.
- Tsundere: Watch the crossover with Eric from Time Force, "Reinforcements from the Future", and you'll understand. This was her attitude with the other rangers at first before eventually calming down. Complete departure from the Yellow Rangers before and after her, who are usually cheerful and friendly.
Max Cooper / Blue Shark Ranger | (Actor: Phillip Jeanmarie)
Voiced by: Rafael Pacheco (Latin American Spanish)
- Adaptational Nice Guy: His Gaoranger counterpart can be a Jerkass at times.
- Black Best Friend: For Danny.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: His signature weapon, the Shark Cutters.
- Cassandra Truth: His calls of a monster sighting were dismissed by his partners as childish imagination.
- Dreaming of Things to Come: He got his second Zord this way.
- The Heart: His enthusiasm coined the team's motto: "Never give up!"
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Danny.
- Kid-Appeal Character: Has some elements of one.
- Two First Names: Max and Cooper are first names often given to males.
Danny Delgado / Black Bison Ranger | (Actor: Jack Guzman)
Voiced by: Carlos Hernández (Latin American Spanish)
- Alliterative Name: Danny Delgado.
- An Axe to Grind: His weapon.
- Beware the Nice Ones: You do not want to get him angry.
- The Big Guy: Even without his ranger form's bison strength, he's physically stronger than his friends.
- Did Not Get the Girl: For two episodes he's in love with a florist he used to work with named Kendall. In that second episode, she finds out he's a ranger, fully supports him and returns his affections. Unfortunately, because of his ranger duties, she turns him down.
- Genius Bruiser: He's definitely the nerdiest member of the team.
- Gentle Giant: He's the team muscle and a romantic-minded flower arranger who sleeps with a teddy bear.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Max.
- Innocent Flower Girl: Only gender flipped, since he has a part-time job as a florist.
- The Quiet One: Suffers from a severe Inferiority Complex.
Alyssa Enrilé / White Tiger Ranger | (Actress: Jessica Rey)
Voiced by: Gaby Beltrán (Latin American Spanish)
- Action Girl: She's the most experienced in Martial Arts of the Wild Force team.
- Badass Bookworm: She's only ranger attending school and can be seen reading books.
- Barehanded Blade Block: Done once.
- Brainy Brunette: She was clever enough to use her school's news archives to find information about Cole's parents.
- The Chick: She's probably the most empathetic of the team and tries to keep peace amongst the Rangers when things go bad.
- Cute Bruiser: Being the most skilled in Martial Arts makes her the most experienced in hand to hand combat.
- Hot Teacher: In the finale, she becomes an elementary school teacher.
- It's Personal: Samurai Org insults her father's dojo. The other Rangers support Alyssa in her retaliation, but don't help too much.
- Renaissance Girl: Straight A college student, ideal Yamato Nadeshiko, and skilled martial artist (barring the standard Ranger skills), all in one person.
- Ship Tease: With Cole.
- Simple Staff: Her weapon.
- The Smart Girl / Teen Genius: Being the only member of the team in school.
- Team Mom: The most level-headed member of the team, plus rather motherly.
- Well Done Daughter Girl: Her father wanted her to inherit the dojo, but she wanted to go to College to be a teacher. Despite this, she wants her father's approval. He stops regretting his decision to let her go when he finds out she's a Power Ranger. Unlike other times in the series when this happens, she doesn't find out.
- Yamato Nadeshiko: When she first appears. She remains gentle and sweet, but breaks out of her shell more as the series goes on.
Merrick Baliton / Lunar Wolf Ranger | (Actor: Phillip Andrew)
Voiced by: Daniel Abundis (Latin American Spanish)
- Aloof Ally: Out of shame (and some general stoic-ness) rather than any actual dislike.
- The Atoner: For causing trouble as Zen-Aku.
- Badass Goatee: The first Ranger to sport facial hair.
- Bad Guys Play Pool: Inverted. He doesn't use the pool cue until after his Heel–Face Turn.
- Bigger Stick: His weapon is a pool cue stick that doubles as a gun
- Bodyguard Crush: Given his feelings for Princess Shayla. He's very reluctant to act on them, both because of his sense of duty and guilt for his former actions.
- Demonic Possession: Merrick's consciousness and physical being fused with the wolfish Duke org Zen-Aku after he put on the mask housing Zen-Aku's spirit.
- Dynamic Entry: In "Reinforcements from the Future, Part 1," Merrick appears just before the morphing sequence. He shouts "Stop!" at the Mut-Orgs. When they ask who's there, Merrick shows himself and is flanked by his fellow rangers.
- Ineffectual Loner: He has to be reminded that he's not the only one fighting the Orgs when things don't go well for him in battle.
- I Work Alone: More due to not forgiving himself than any actual dislike for the Rangers.
- Lunacy: Due to his wolf-themed powers, the moon is also a strong motif of his. When he was Zen-Aku, his powers waxed and waned with the moon. Nights of the New Moon were the only time he would completely revert back to Merrick until the curse was broken.
- Magical Flutist: Subverted. His flute playing was more magical when he was Zen-Aku and used it to summon his zords. However, his flute playing, in conjunction with Princess Shayla's singing, helps to tame and soothe the finicky Deer Zord.
- Our Werewolves Are Different: As Zen-Aku. Cursed through a magical mask rather than a bite, and he was basically an inverted werewolf, who was constantly in his 'were-form' except on nights of the New Moon or when the light of the moon was otherwise blocked.
- Really 700 Years Old: over 3,000 years to be exact. Until the 10,000 year old Koda in Power Rangers Dino Charge, he was the oldest living Power Ranger.
- Sixth Ranger: Was this for both the Wild Force Rangers, and the original warriors of Animaria.
- Survivor Guilt: A variation. Merrick deeply regrets his actions which landed him locked in a tomb for 3000 years, and the consequences of that. He was particularly distraught knowing that the Deer Zord was left for all that time feeling abandoned by the people who used to sing and play music for him.
- Skunk Stripe: He has two white locks on his otherwise dark hair.
- Spider-Sense: With the help of the wind, he is able to sense the presence of nearby Orgs. This proves especially useful while fighting Onikage, who tries to hide from sight during some attacks.
- This Is Your Brain on Evil: 3000 years ago Merrick used the power of a cursed wolf mask to defeat Master Org, fully aware that its powers were evil. To his dismay, he could no longer take off the mask and became the Duke Org Zen-Aku. This caused him to unwillingly turn on his comrades, which forced them to imprison him.
- Star-Crossed Lovers: With Shayla, in the past.
- Wolf Man: Wolf themed Power Ranger and used to be Zen-Aku.
Princess Shayla | (Actor: Ann Marie Crouch)
Voiced by: Ishtar Sánez (Latin American Spanish)
- Character Signature Song: The song of Animaria, which she sings for the Deer Zord.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: While she doesn't get to fight one-on-one much and often kidnapped (Justified as she's often taken when she least expects it), she is arguably the most badass of the mentor characters (who are not rangers themselves) in Power Rangers as she fights Toxica one-on-one and stands up to her incredibly well, though Toxica lacked her Orc Horn as well. Then again, we're talking about the same woman that's been around for 3,000 years (at least, it's never said exactly how old she is.) and managed to sing to Gao Dias/Deer Zord, who's one of the more picky Wild Zords, though extremely dedicated to the task of defending the Earth.
- Distressed Damsel: Four times over the course of the series, but the fourth time she is also a Damsel out of Distress.
- Everything's Better with Princesses: Who knew a kingdom that lived in harmony with giant animals would have a royal family of some kind.
- Let's Get Dangerous!: "I'm a guardian of the Earth, too."
- Really 700 Years Old: Was asleep for 3000 years, until the new Power Rangers answered their call.
- Silk Hiding Steel: Looks all the part of a stereotypical helpless princess who others have to guard. But she always stands her ground when threatened, and on several occasions steps in to protect or save the other rangers.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Taylor's Tomboy.
- Tragic Keepsake: She wears her distinctive necklace in memory of the person who gave it to her. Which serves as a plot point when he turns up alive but brainwashed.
- White Magician Girl: Wears all white and has various protective magical abilities.
- Woman in White: She wears an all-white dress.
Kendall | (Actor: Sandra McCoy)
- Innocent Flower Girl: She worked in the flower shop Danny himself worked at before becoming a ranger.
- Love Interest: Danny has been in love with her before he became a Ranger, which, according to Alyssa, was only about 2 months before the start of the season.
- Nice Girl: She's a sweet girl and understanding, so of course she feels the same way for Danny. But she turns him down so he could focus on being a Ranger.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: She gains another suitor named Collin in "Three's A Crowd." He is pompous and rude, and brags about how his riches would make him an ideal love while dismissing Danny's homemade bracelet for her. She leaves Collin while he's in the middle of his speech and wears Danny's bracelet.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: We never learn if Danny ever started a relationship with her after his duties ended.
Master Org / Dr. Viktor Adler | (Actor: Ilia Volok)
Voiced by: Andrés García (Latin American Spanish)
- Bad Boss: Tortures Toxica for various failures.
- Big Bad: The main villain of the series.
- The Chessmaster: His schemes are to cause chaos on Earth again after 3,000 years.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: In almost every single way to Ransik - Ransik was turned evil because of an accident and being the victim of Fantastic Racism due to said accident, but ultimately caring for his daughter Nadira, surrendering to the rangers after almost killing her by accident, and even was able to become human again and atone for his sins in this season during an attempted Heroic Sacrifice. Viktor Adler, on the other hand, started out as a decent human, but chose to become evil due to being rejected by Cole's mother, and rejected the chance to redeem himself.
- Decomposite Character: His costume came from Gosei Sentai Dairanger's Emperor Gorma XV—even though Dairanger footage was used for season 2 of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, thus the Emperor's role went to Lord Zedd.
- Evil Albino: The pale skin was part of his transformation after eating the seeds.
- Evil Is Petty: He swallowed the seeds of the original Master Org, murdered his former friends, tried to kill their baby and has set out to destroy the human race because his crush was already engaged.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: This sets him apart from most PR Big Bads.
- Greater-Scope Villain The original Master Org doesn't confront the rangers due to his powers being used by Adler. After Adler is killed by Mandilok, he grows a horn and comes back to life. He eventually returns and kills Mandilok in revenge. He then talks as though he and the original are now one and the same.
- Green-Eyed Monster: His motivation to kill Cole's parents.
- Ham-to-Ham Combat: Whenever he and Cole meet.
- Humans Are the Real Monsters: He stands out as one of the cruelest villains in the franchise with nothing redeeming about him and was human when he started his evil. It's also highlighted in this season in particular where orgs like Jindrax, Toxica and Zen-Aku demonstrate redeeming qualities while he doesn't.
- Irony: Of all the Power Rangers villains, he simultaneously holds the record for destroying the most zords and the record having been defeated by the most zords - he killed all of the rangers zords, but not only did they come back, but 78 more showed up, meaning that he was defeated by 100 zords.
- Knight of Cerebus: He stands as one Power Rangers cruelest villains. Unlike his immediate predecessor Ransik, there is nothing redeeming about him.
- Large Ham: Almost to Tommy Wiseau levels.
- Love Makes You Evil: Loved Cole's mother, but Cole's father proposed before he could. He chose to consume the remains of the original Master Org to become the new one and murder them both before turning on humanity as a whole.
- Make My Monster Grow: Had occasions when he threw the magic seeds at the Org remains without saying Toxica’s incantation.
- One-Winged Angel: Was originally a mortal man, but consuming the remains of the original Master Org turned him into at least a part Org. In the end, absorbs the Org Heart and transforms into a near unstoppable behemoth who singlehandedly kills all the Wild Zords and nearly wins. The only thing that stops him is all the Wild Zords coming Back from the Dead.
- Orcus on His Throne: Justified at first because he's truly only human at the beginning and wouldn't be much of a threat himself. Then he goes One-Winged Angel.
- Original Generation: While there is an Org Master in the Japanese version, it was just a stone idol and not a character. Master Org is an original creation made for Wild Force, filling the role what became the General Orgs did in the original, though his costume was taken from an unrelated villain from a previous season: the Gorma Emperor. The True Final Boss, Ultimate Org Senki, was changed into his One-Winged Angel form.
- Redemption Rejection: Rejects Cole's forgiving him for killing his parents.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: His backstory has him murdering Cole's parents out of jealousy, which he called his "rightful revenge". Toward the end of the season, he also engaged in this to make those who betrayed him pay.
- Took a Level in Badass: He starts out as a manipulator who remains in the shadows. By the end of the series, he destroys all of the wild zords and comes very close to winning.
- Was Once a Man: Early on, subverted; but then the real Master Org came and took over Adler fully.
- We Used to Be Friends: He used to be good friends with Cole's birth parents and fell for Cole's mother. He wanted to propose to her, but Cole's father beat him to it. Neither were aware of his feelings for her or that he grew to hate them for what he perceived as stealing his love and his work long before he became Master Org.
- Would Hurt a Child: Adler after becoming Master Org tried to kill Cole when he was a baby and was only stopped when Cole's mother hid him away from him.
Jindrax | (Voice and suit actor: Danny Wayne Stallcup)
Voiced by: Gabriel Ortiz (Latin American Spanish)
- Adaptational Heroism: His Sentai counterpart is already a comical villain but the "return of Master Org" incident convinced him and Toxica to pull a Heel–Face Turn and outright helping out the Wild Force Rangers.
- Butt-Monkey: The comic relief villain of the season.
- Deadly Upgrade: At the expense of his free will.
- Deadpan Snarker: Makes most of the jokes this season.
- The Determinator: He pulls out all the stops to fight with his brother or revive Toxica.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Seeing his best friend tricked into suicide and then used as a cheap shield led to the next trope.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: His Brother Juggelo, took it hard that his brother was destroyed.
- Heel–Face Turn: Being used and seeing his best friend betrayed by their own kind convinced him to turn against Master Org.
- I Just Want to Be Badass: In "Team Carnival" he considers himself useless, stating even Toxica has more importance due to making monsters grow.
- Knife Nut: He carries plenty of sharp weapons in battle.
- Minion Shipping: With Toxica.
- Redemption Earns Life: At the end of the series, he redeems himself after separating from Master Org.
- Spared By Adaptation: In Gaoranger, Yabaiba is killed when the Org Temple collapses, while in this series, he survives.
- Unknown Rival: To Taylor.
Toxica | (Actress: Sin Wong)
Voiced by: Adriana Casas (Latin American Spanish)
- Adaptational Heroism: Yeah sure, her Sentai counterpart is also a comical villain like her partner, but being used as a meat shield by Mandilok (and dying in the process) is the last straw, prompting her and Jindrax to call it quits.
- Berserk Button: She despises people bringing up her age and when Jindrax shows interest in other women.
- The Chew Toy: Nothing ever goes right for her.
- Dark Action Girl: The female minion of the season.
- Deadly Upgrade: Done twice, once with power overload, once with loss of free will.
- Deadpan Snarker: Usually to Jindrax.
- Disney Death: She's killed when Mandilok uses her already dying body as a shield from the Rangers. Jindrax finds a way to restore her to life.
- Heel–Face Turn: After getting better.
- Make My Monster Grow: She says her incantation "Evil spirits of toil and strife, give this fallen Org new life" which releases seeds from her staff, bringing the monster back to life as a giant.
- Minion Shipping: With Jindrax.
- Oba-san: Her Berserk Button, usually pushed by Alyssa.
- Spared by the Adaptation: In Gaoranger, TsueTsue is killed when the Org Temple collapses, while in this series, Toxica survives.
- Villainous Breakdown: Desperately trying to get the favour of her master, General Mandilok, she's convinced of cutting her own horn in order to succeed in kidnapping Princess Shayla without fearing being killed by the Animarium's fountain. She later learns that horns don't grow back, yet still pledges loyalty to her master, obsessed with his approval. Then her efforts are dismissed as Mandilok uses her to shield himself from the rangers' attack.
Voiced by: Rubén Moya and Paco Mauri (Latin American Spanish)
- The Atoner / Walking the Earth: His fate in the final episode.
- Death Equals Redemption: After being destroyed, the spirit of Zen-Aku begins following Merrick, seeking atonement.
- Enemy Within -> Enemy Without: He was the spirit of a mask that Merrick stole from the Org General Nayzor to battle Master Org, knowing full well wearing it would turn him into Zen-Aku. Wearing the mask is while trapped in a tomb is what kept him alive. After the mask is destroyed, Zen-Aku reveals he no longer needs a host and starts going after Merrick.
- Lightning Bruiser: Zen-Aku is capable of moving at lightning speed and uses his crescent blade to slash the Rangers. It seems to be his signature attack.
- Master Swordsman: His Crescent Blade certainly helps his case.
- Meaningful Name: Zen-Aku is literally "good-evil".
- Musical Assassin: Summons his evil zords with his flute-blade weapon.
- Noble Demon: When Alyssa was injured, he nursed her back to health instead of attacking her.
- Noble Wolf: While an antagonist, he is not out and out evil as the orcs and instead is a Noble Demon. He never causes public chaos, did not destroy an unconscious Alyssa, doesn't allow the rangers to interfere with a duel between Taylor and another org, and even protects a dog. At the end of the series, he and Merrick are traveling buddies seeking redeemtion.
- Petting Zoo Person: The only Org to resemble an animal, for a reason.
- Savage Wolves: An antagonistic wolf and, when Merrick first puts on his mask, he says "Evil spirit of the wolf..."
- Spared by the Adaptation: While Rouki is killed in Gaoranger, Zen-Aku decides to atone for his misdeeds.
Mandilok | (Voice actor: Barbara Goodson as the female voice, Esra Weisz as the male voice)
Voiced by: Alejandro Villeli and Catalina Musquiz (Latin American Spanish)
- Ambiguous Gender: Since Mandilok has two voices, one male and one female. Lampshaded when Jindrax doesn't know whether to use "sir" or "ma'am" when addressing Mandilok.
- Bad Boss: Shows Jindrax and Toxica no respect.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Despite taking over as Big Bad for a while, Mandilok doesn't have the chops to lead.
- Demoted to Extra: Speaking of Big Bad, Mandilok, like Captain Mutiny beforehand, only took over as big bad for a few episodes, whereas, his Sentai Counterpart, Highness Duke Org, Rasetsu, takes over for the final half of Gaoranger.
- Big Eater: To the point of Extreme Omnivore. Mandilok's overall goal is to eat whatever he finds, whether it be buildings, food or even people.
- The Starscream: Took over as the leader when Master Org turned out to be a fake, and killed him. It doesn't last.
- Ungrateful Bastard: After Toxica and Jindrax free him, Mandilok treats them with no respect, even temporarily replacing them with new duke Orgs.
- Greater-Scope Villain: They gave Ransik some of his powers in Time Force, which led to his rise as the greatest criminal of the future.
- Hybrid Power: They're exceptionally powerful due to being Orgs who obtained a mutant half from Ransik. The Rangers are only able to destroy them after their mutant halves are destroyed, weakening them heavily.
- Make Wrong What Once Went Right: Traveled back from 3001 to alter history in the Orgs' favor.
- Original Generation: They are made of bits from suit of previous Ranger villains and monsters. Originally, they were to be represented by Orgs from the Gaoranger movie, but the suits were destroyed in a fire.
- No Name Given: They aren't referred to by name in the show. They are revealed in the end credits as Takach, Kired and Rofang (named after three Power Rangers fans who ran a website).
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Were sealed in stone, remaining that way until thousands of years after the rest of the Orgs were wiped out.
Voiced by: Dan Woren
- Chessmaster Sidekick: It was thanks to him that Master Org got his revenge on both Mandilok and Toxica and almost Jindrax as well.Onikage:I am but a humble ninja serving his one true Master
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Suffers this when Jindrax accidentally cause his own technique to backfire.
- Lightning Bruiser: As befitting a ninja
- Master Swordsman:
- Meaningful Name: Onikage (which translates to Demon Shadow)