Complete Monster: Hades God Dagon, leader of the Infershia Pantheon of Hades Gods, is dedicated to the revival of the Dark GodN Ma. Adhering to the Dark Precepts, Dagon shows no regret in executing his fellow God Ifrit when Ifrit fails to defeat the Magirangers within a time limit. Dagon soon shows his true colors by cheating, and when the good-hearted Hades God Titan attempts to seal away N Ma within himself, Dagon ambushes and kills him, releasing N Ma to devour Magitopia, earth and even Infershia as well. Betraying and attempting to kill his honorable companion Sphinx, Dagon later rejects her offer to ally with the humans, claiming all he desires is destruction and to see "the ultimate nightmare."
Crazy Awesome: Many of the spells take on unusual forms, yet are devastating in no small part because of this.
The suit for when Magi Phoenix rides Magi Dragon looks odd due to how it's worn: the stunt performer is clearly wearing the torso of MagiPhoenix and the legs of MagiDragon◊, turning the rest of the dragon into a lifesaver around the performer's waist from which the lower legs of Magi Phoenix dangle. Whenever the performer moves in this set-up, the entire suit wobbles unconvincingly, and when it's filmed in slow motion after defeating a monster it's even worse.
Tear Jerker: Stage 28's Star-Crossed Lovers plot was simply heart-wrenching when you realize that by Rei'sDeath by Origin Story, this killed any chances of Tsubasagetting the girl. The kicker? The song of the same name of the episode, "Eien ni..." (Eternally...) is mind-numbingly depressing as well and plays at the end of the episode, when Rei finally moves on to the afterlife.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Meemy used to be an electric heavenly saint, Raigel. He could be used trying to corrupt Tsubasa due to his element and cynicism towards Kai, who has the same element as his father. This could have resulted in many cool scenes.
What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: For a series revolving around a heartwarming "Family" theme, MagiRanger can be pretty dark when it comes to human casualities; victims are killed off in ways as NightmareFuel-ish as possiblenote As much as a general-audience show can allow, for the very least., and after they die, they stay dead.