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UnderlordZ
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05:50:56 AM Mar 1st 2014
Can we do a Just for Fun article for Amit Bauhmik's outline for Power Rangers Cyber Corps?
aresef
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10:41:44 PM May 18th 2013
Is it nitpicking to think that Megaforce should be listed as a localization of both Goseiger and Gokaiger (as there is indeed at least some footage from both at this point)?
Irene
03:58:00 AM Sep 10th 2013
It'd have to be worded carefully, but since it's an adaption of both, yes, it makes sense. It may not be a bad idea to wait for a lot more of the season to come, to see how much is adapted. If only to give a simple yet decent and reliable description of how it was adapted.
Morgenthaler
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07:22:36 PM Apr 1st 2013
edited by Morgenthaler
A request to people who've seen most of these shows (it's been way too long ago for me to really make an accurate assessment, and I've only seen the first show and the movie): can someone update the entry for Power Rangers for Super Weight? It's a Just for Fun homegrown ranking at TV Tropes of measuring characters' relative power in a story, divided into nine broad categories. The entry according to the old criteria was this (and can be found on the medium subpage's discussion page):

  • Power Rangers
    • Type -1: Presumably, the normal humans in the buildings the monsters blow up
    • Type 0: The normal humans we actually see, Alpha, Justin outside of his suit
    • Type 1: The Rangers out of their suits and other martial arts masters, grunts, monsters without special abilities
    • Type 2: Most rangers, monsters, zords, and members of villainous entourages, Rita pre-redemption, Divatox
    • Type 3: Tommy Oliver, Triassic Connor, fully-realized Nick, most Big Bads, the occasional Dragon, "super" and "ultra" Zords
    • Type 4: Dark Specter, Zordon's evil-killing wave, implicitly post-redemption Rita
    • Type 5: The Universal Morphing Grid
DonaldthePotholer
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12:06:49 AM Dec 9th 2012
edited by DonaldthePotholer
I just gave the WMG page an overhaul sorting the Guesses by Season. Tasks for others to do:
  1. Relocate everything relating to Power Rangers Megaforce to its WMG page!
  2. Sort through each individual season doublechecking that each guess is in its proper place.
  3. Establish the following WMG Pages:

Digifiend
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04:01:26 PM Jun 11th 2012
edited by Digifiend
Dragon Ranger, you have this checked out, so please add that Megaforce is Goseiger.
zxynoxia
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08:09:08 AM Jun 29th 2011
edited by zxynoxia
Why has RPM been moved to the series namespace and not the other seasons? Are they all going to be moved eventually? Because it should be all or none for a series like this. While I do understand moving the work pages off of Main, this was an unusual place to start, hence the question.
wswordsmen
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07:50:42 AM May 7th 2011
edited by wswordsmen
Dragon Ranger, why is it so important to bog down the article in a bunch of wordy details about subverting Sixth Ranger, when it isn't important to have a list of all the Big Bads and Dragons in the shows history, things you yourself deleted.

Also you deleted an explanation of about new characters being added to Sentai teams that was in a hottip (thus not interrupting the article) for not contributing enough.
DragonRanger
10:08:37 AM May 7th 2011
Good point. I didn't understand why you were deleting the recent edits, but now that you've explained it, it is kind of contradictory. I do think it's interesting to note that a series so known for the trope that it's the Trope Namer has a fair amount of subversions and even double subversions, but maybe there's a more concise way to put it.
DonaldthePotholer
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05:27:40 PM Feb 12th 2011
edited by DonaldthePotholer
Actually, the early seasons of Power Rangers used both Invocation and By the Power of Grayskull!.

Actually, much like Captain Planet:

CP's Invocation: Then Let Our Powers Combine CP's Greyskull: The elemetnal calls (and Heart!)

MMPR's Invocation: It's Morphing Time (and Back to Action! this one bypasses the Greyskulls) Greyskulls: The Dinocalls

Season 2 had both for the Zords themselves Invocation: We Need Thunderzord Power, Now! Greyskull: Old-Animal New-Animal Thunderzord Power!

Then again the Alien Rangers do have a stock transformation that morphs all 5 at once bypassing their Greyskulls ("Color Aquitar Ranger!")
OldManHoOh
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11:40:05 AM Sep 15th 2010
edited by OldManHoOh
Admittedly, I haven't seen either outside of Linkara's history lesson, but Turbo was Lighter and Softer than the parody series, is that seriously true?
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