Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
Voiced by: Austin St. John
The original leader of the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, the teenage intergalactic defenders who fought against the forces of Rita Repulsa. With natural skills in leadership and the martial arts, he is a legendary figure in the Power Rangers pantheon.
- All-American Face: He's basically the Power Ranger equivalent to characters like Superman and Captain America.
- Badass Baritone: Has a deep and commanding voice, which is fitting given that he is the team leader the MMPR and one of their greatest fighters.
- Bling of War: His alternate skins/costumes gives him Tommy's Green Ranger Dragonshield.
- Boisterous Bruiser: Especially in combat, he gets particularly loud and "in your face."
- Breakout Character: He was voted as the most popular Red Ranger of all time, and rivals Tommy as the most beloved Power Ranger.
- Cool Sword: The Power Sword is Jason’s personal weapon as the Mighty Morphin’ Red Ranger. Jason can charge up this sword with energy.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Like any heroic leader worth their salt, his signature weapon is a Cool Sword. Specifically the Red Ranger Power Sword.
- Large Ham: As the Red Ranger and when in combat, he definitely does his best to make his presence bigger.
- Ray Gun: The Blade Blaster, the only personal long-range tool of Jason, which he can only use after the special move Roll Back or is in the air gameplay-wise.
- Red Is Heroic: The first of the Red Power Rangers and one of the best of them.
- Special Attack:
- Counter-Attack: Pressing only the Special button will cause Jason to assume a defensive stance with the Power Sword and his body will glow blue and his sword red respectively. If nothing is done in this state Jason will perform an attack automatically (Titanus Counter). If Jason is attacked in this state, the follow-up attack will deal additional damage. It can also counter Supers if timed right.
- Unnecessary Combat Roll: Jason rolls backwards when pressing the Special button while the directional input is back or down-back (Roll Back). While still in the rolling animation Jason has three followup choices.
- Ray Gun: Pressing the Special button or Light Button only while rolling back will make Jason shoot his Blade Blaster while standing (Cover Fire High) and he can also follow it up with another shot while crouching if the Special button or Light button is pressed afterwards (Cover Fire Low).
- Jason can also do the opposite by shooting his Blade Blaster while crouching after pressing the Medium button (Cover Fire Low) after rolling and then as a follow-up press the Medium button again to shoot while standing (Cover Fire High).
- Instead of using his Blade Blaster, Jason will instead perform the second hit of the Triple Slash chain (Triple Slash 2) when the Heavy button is used but to cancel it to third hit of the Triple Slash (Triple Slash 3) the Special button must be pressed instead of the Heavy button again.
- Dash Attack: His forward or down-forward plus Special button move is called Triple Slash. This dash attack can be done three times in a row just like the name implied.
- When Jason is in the air, pressing the Special button will make Jason shoot his Blade Blaster straight, making it an effective long-range tool against mid-air opponents while in the air (Air Blaster Shot).
Voiced by: Carrie Keranen (Story Mode), Barbara Goodson (playable)
The evil sorceress who started it all! Sealed in a dumpster on the moon by Zordon ten thousand years in the past, a pair of hapless astronauts inadvertently opened her prison, freeing her and her minions. Now, Rita turns her attention towards Earth, which she aims to conquer. First, however, she must rid herself of the meddlesome Power Rangers...
- Adaptational Badass: Rita was a Non-Action Big Bad in the original series, who always had her monsters do the fighting for her. Not the case here, where she is perfectly capable of fighting personally.
- Armor-Piercing Question: "Will you risk contact with other Ritas?" Asked by Zordon in her Arcade Mode.
- Assist Character: Like Zedd, she summons Z-Putties for her Putty Crusher move as well as her finisher.
- Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: At the end of her Arcade Mode, Rita ultimately agrees to destroy the Green Chaos Crystal and heal the Multiverse.
- Big Bad: She's the original lead villain in Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers and thus the franchise itself.
- The Conscience: Zordon plays this to her during her Arcade Mode, following her around as a hologram or astral projection, trying to get her to destroy the Chaos Crystal and fix the damage done to The Multiverse.
- Dragged Off to Hell: Her super move involves a pair of Z-Putties reaching up from the ground and pulling her opponent down into the depths.
- Forever War: In her story mode, Zordon continuously warns Rita that if she doesn't destroy the Chaos Crystal, she will be fighting off infinite Multiverse Rangers and villains over and over until the end of time. It's not until he mentions the idea of fighting other Ritas that she starts giving his words some consideration.
- Magical Incantation: She speaks some magic words in an alien tongue after her opponent gets sucked down into Hell (or at least its Power Rangers equivalent) during her super.
- Magic Staff: Rita possesses a magic wand that she never goes anywhere without, allowing her to cast all kinds of spells and project energy attacks. This was also what she used to grow the monsters under her command in the show.
- Purple Is Powerful: Rita's magical attacks are purple in color and they look devastating.
- Time Loop Trap: She traps Sledge and Poisandra in one of these at the end of Poisandra's Arcade Mode.
Voiced by: Kerrigan Mahan
Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd's loyal lieutenant, and the one of the few members of their inner circle who can fight the Power Rangers on equal footing. With wings to fly through the air and viscous brutality, he is among the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers' most dangerous enemies.
- Battle Couple: He and Scorpina eventually become this by the end of Adam's story mode.
- Bling of War: He wears a suit of shiny armor that, as his name suggests, is almost entirely gold in color.
- Cool Sword: He possesses a gold and silver sword that he carries with him at all times. He can use it to send the Goldar Geyser, a shockwave blast, through the ground at his foes.
- The Dragon: One of Rita's most powerful minion and the one who usually does the fighting for her.
- Dragon Ascendant: By the end of Adam's Arcade Mode, Goldar and Scorpina decide to stop listening to Zedd's orders and act out on their own, even driving him away at the end.
- Enemy Mine: After getting mistreated by Zedd one too many times in Adam's Arcade Mode, Goldar briefly kinda-sorta allies with the Rangers, until he and Scorpina finally decide to run away together.
- Gold Makes Everything Shiny: His iconic namesake armor.
- Meaningful Name: Obviously. His name is "Goldar" and he runs around in a suit of gold armor.
- Mix-and-Match Critters: He seems to be a combination of human, ape, and some kind of wolf or lion-like creature (given that apes don't have tails or protruding muzzles) and the Adaptational Species Change he faced from his home series is not helping his case either.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes are a solid red and he's a tough trusted lieutenant of Rita and Zedd's.
- Wake-Up Call Boss: In the Story Mode. Goldar is the most likely character to pull off long, high damage combos, meaning his fights become brick walls to players without long combos of their own.
- Winged Humanoid: If it wasn't confusing enough, he also has wings. It's hard to tell if it's the armor or was always a part of him.
Voiced by: Jason David Frank
Given the powers of the Green Ranger by Rita Repulsa, Tommy was originally a servant of evil before Jason and the Power Rangers saved him from the vile witch's clutches. Since then, he has been a steadfast ally of the Power Rangers, leading and mentoring future generations of heroes.
- Cool Sword: The Sword of Darkness. This curved sword is wielded by Tommy in his Green Ranger V2 skin instead of the Dragon Dagger, which he still pulls out to command his Dragonzord in this costume.
- Developer's Foresight: With his alternate White Ranger skin, his character model isn't the only thing that's changed. The animations for his super are altered, replacing the Dragonzord launching finger missiles for the White Tigerzord firing Thunderbolts, and even replacing the startup animation to remove the Green Ranger playing the Dragon Dagger (although it still works the same in terms of attack area, damage, etc).
- Empathic Weapon: In his White Ranger skin, Tommy wields this enchanted short sword, Saba. It has a tiger face for a pommel which has a lot of abilities like talking, project energy blasts from its eyes, and flying. Though its abilities are not shown gameplay-wise and story-wise as well.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: When going out as the White Ranger.
- Special Attack:
- Kamehame Hadoken: With the special move Dragon Fire, Tommy assumes a stance in which he is charging energy between his hands and sends a fireball forward. It can be performed by pressing only the Special button or crouching without backward or forward directional input and then the Special button.
- Ground Wave: If you are moving backwards or pressing back while crouching, pressing the Special button will make Tommy send energy through his Dragon Dagger to the ground. It will create a small ground shockwave that causes the ground to crack and burst with energy (Dragon Wave). It can launch the opponent backwards if it connects.
- Diving Kick: Using the Special button while pressing forward or down-forward will cause Tommy to leap forward with a dropkick (Dragon Drop). If not blocked, it will cause the opponent to be in a staggered state
- If the dropkick connects with the opponent, doesn’t matter whether it is blocked or not, it causes Tommy to back flip. If you press the special button while in the backflip sequence, not when Tommy is on the ground already, he then does a sharp, fast diving attack called Dragon Dive.
- Charged Attack: Instead of immediately releasing the Special button, holding it will cause Tommy to squat first and after that will perform an enhanced version of the Dragon Drop, the Dragon Drill. Instead of a normal dropkick, Tommy will do a spinning dropkick which hits multiple times and in turn do more damage. It doesn’t cause Tommy to backflip like the normal variant.
- He has a special move which can only be performed in the air and it is called the Dragon Dive. Tommy dives diagonally to the ground with the weapon in his hand. If the opponent is hit on the ground they get launched and if they are hit in the air they get knocked down. This move can also be used after Dragon Drop hits the opponent.
- Sword Beam: As his personal weapon as a Green Ranger, the Dragon Dagger is used to summon and control the Dragonzord by playing it like a flute. Through this weapon, Tommy could project green energy blasts.
Voiced by: Sabrina Lu
Scorpina is Rita Repulsa's secondary general, summoned into action to assist the evil Green Ranger in destroying the Power Rangers. Staying aboard Rita's crew once Tommy joined the side of good, Scorpina would often fight the Rangers alongside Goldar and Finster's monsters. In her personal Arcade Mode, she's presented as Lord Zedd's general who arrives on the moon with him, and who outright hates Goldar.
- Battle Boomerang: Her curved sword is essentially one of these.
- Battle Couple: She and Goldar eventually become this by the end of Adam's story mode, likely a nod to the Sentai versions who were a couple from the start.
- Bling of War: While not as blatant as Goldar's, a good deal of Scorpina's attire is shiny and gold.
- Cool Sword: Her Stinger, which is essentially just a large, curved blade.
- The Dragon: Arrives with Zedd as his general in her Arcade Mode story.
- Dragon Ascendant: By the end of Adam's Arcade Mode, she and Goldar decide to stop listening to Zedd's orders and act out on their own, even driving him away at the end.
- Sympathy for the Devil: In Adam's Arcade plot, she voices concerns that Zedd may be getting too harsh with Goldar, who may mess up but is still fiercely loyal. Zedd promptly tells her to shut up. It ultimately doesn't go well for Zedd.
Voiced by: Unknown
The Emperor of Evil, Lord Zedd is a wicked villain who entrusted Rita Repulsa with conquering Earth. When her efforts were thwarted time and again by the Power Rangers, he would take matters into his own hands, proving through his cunning and prowess why he is Rita's boss. He would later marry Rita and ultimately destroy the Power Rangers, then later war against both the Zeo Rangers and the Machine Empire, before finally serving Dark Specter and being purified of his evil by Zordon's Heroic Sacrifice.
- Assist Character: Zedd summons a single Z-Putty to attack foes for one of his moves. He then summons a whole squad of them for his super move, Paragon of Evil.
- Bad Boss: Zedd's constant belittling and berating of his underlings ultimately causes Goldar and Scorpina to turn against him in Adam's story mode.
- Big Bad: He is the leading villain in the second season and much of the third season of MMPR.
- Body Horror: He has no skin, his brain and muscles are exposed, he has metal stuck on (or in?) him around his entire body, and who knows what's behind that face plate?
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": He's really big on the "Z" theming, from his Putties to his Z-Staff and even his head crest.
- Canon Foreigner: Another thing he's quite famous for is the fact that he doesn't have a Sentai counterpart and is original to the Power Rangers franchise.
- Greater-Scope Villain: In the first season of MMPR, being Rita's superior yet being too distant to be actively involved in the plot.
- Iconic Sequel Character: He's a Canon Foreigner whom was introduced in the first series' second season. Yet he's one of the most iconic villains of the Zordon Era, which is definitely why he was added into the game's roster.
- Magic Staff: Zedd wouldn't be complete without his iconic Z-Staff, with a large 'Z' on top and a curved spike on the bottom. Which he imbues and alters with his magic for a good number of his moves.
- Original Generation: Zedd has no Super Sentai counterpart; he is an entirely American concept to help spruce up the show in the second season.
- Shock and Awe: Aside from the special variety he uses when wanting to accomplish something magical, Zedd could also fire ordinary lightning bolts from his Z-Staff when wanting to inflict pain and destruction. A good deal of his moves here involve this ability.
- Shout-Out: The first part of his heavy autocombo is very obviously supposed to be Gordeau's Mortal Slide.
Voiced by: Johnny Yong Bosch
When Zack Taylor left the Power Rangers to attend a peace conference in Switzerland along with Jason and Trini, the mantle of the Mighty Morphin' Black Ranger was passed to Adam Park. Ever since, Adam has been one of the Rangers' oldest and most experienced members, joining the Zeo Rangers, helping to found the Turbo Rangers, and returning time and again to aid new generations of Rangers. In Battle for the Grid, he uses the power of the Black Ninja Ranger, granting him the agility and dexterity of a mighty frog.
- Adaptational Badass: In the series proper, the Ninja Ranger form was a glorified stepping stone between unmorphed teenager and fully morphed Power Ranger, and was seemingly weaker than a normal Ranger form. Here, Adam can use his Ninja Ranger powers to beat down fully powered Rangers and villains alike.
- Alternate Self: His Arcade story presents him as not being the Adam from the main universe (who has yet to become a Ranger), but rather one from an alternate timeline devastated by Lord Drakkon.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: He fights using his martial arts knowledge without relying on any weapons.
- Discontinuity Nod: He's mainly based on the Black Ninja Ranger as seen in the third season of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, but the names of a number of his moves include the word 'Ninjetti,' which was a term never used outside of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie and decidedly not in continuity with the television series. The way he wears the outfit's mask and hood combo is also more accurate to the way it's worn in the movie as opposed to the TV show.
- Enemy Mine: He and Goldar become kinda-sorta allies once the latter gets abused by Zedd one too many times.
- Frog Ninja: He pilots the Frog Ninjazord and utilizes the power of frog in battle.
- Homage: He's this to the Bushin-Ryu practitioners, and Striders, of Capcom's universe, namely, Zeku and Hiryu, even to the point where his Idle Stance is basically Hiryu's.
- Let's You and Him Fight: Several of the battles in his Arcade Mode story happen because of misunderstandings and assumptions. Granted, when he suddenly teleports into the Command Center together with Goldar, it's easy to see why the other Rangers might think he's an enemy.
- Pirates vs. Ninjas: At one point in his story mode, Adam (the Black Ninja Ranger) gets attacked by Gia (the pirate-themed Yellow Super Megaforce Ranger).
- Smoke Out: He teleports around using puffs of smoke.
- Speed Echoes: His "Maximum Ninjetti" super makes him so lightning fast that he leaves afterimages in his wake.
- Stock Ninja Weaponry: He mainly fights with his bare hands, but his specials employ throwing kunai daggers and nageteppo bombs.
Power Rangers Zeo
Voiced by: Unknown
Hailing from the distant world of Triforia, Trey is an alien whose mind is shared among three bodies representing his Courage, Wisdom, and Heart. Combined, they form the mighty Gold Zeo Ranger. For a time, he was forced to relinquish his power to Jason Lee Scott, the original Red Ranger.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: While he's a Human Alien, his species have this weird ability to split apart into three different bodies if things go wrong, although this mostly applies to his unmorphed form. When morphing into the Gold Zeo Ranger, they have to combine.
- Bling of War: While his Morphed form is predominantly black. He's not the Gold Ranger for nothing with golden armbands, legbands and his chest armor/shield (big enough to encompass his whole torso) is as bold as it is gold.
- Bling-Bling-BANG!: "The Golden Power Staff," which he uses to fire projectile attacks as well as summon his Zord, Pyramidas.
- Gold Makes Everything Shiny: While his morphed form is mostly black in color, he's got a decent amount of gold accessories on him to really live up to the "Gold Zeo Ranger" name.
- Human Alien: Underneath that morphed form is three human-looking aliens that share one singular mind.
- Magic Staff: The Golden Power Staff can fire energy blasts and even summon his Zord to battle.
- Meaningful Name: The meaning of the name "Trey" means "three." Although obviously we don't get to see his three bodies due to being in his Ranger form.
- Pyramid Power: Trey's Zord is the almighty Pyramidas, the Carrier Zord for the Zeo Zords, which he summons for his super move.
- Sixth Ranger: Downplayed. While he is the sixth Ranger in the Zeo series, he is more of an ally than a new team member. It's when he gives his powers to Jason Lee Scott that the Gold Ranger becomes a proper Sixth Ranger.
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
The Magna Defender was a mystical warrior who inhabited the body of Michael Corbett in search of vengeance against the villainous Scorpius. After the hero sacrificed himself to save the colony of Terra Venture, Mike would take the mantle of Magna Defender as his own and continue to fight the good fight.
- Badass Cape: A part of his suit and really makes him distinct, alongside fitting with his medieval Black Knight aesthetic.
- Black Knight: Appearance-wise he easily fulfills this trope.
- Composite Character: The character you play as is Mike Corbett, the second Magna Defender who uses the legendary hero's powers to morph, but most of his dialogue comes from the original, pre-Mike Magna Defender.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Black Knight aesthetics aside, he's a heroic figure. Although the original Magna Defender was... complicated to say the least.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: To fit in with his morphed form's Knight-like aesthetic, his main weapon is a Cool Sword named: "Magna Sword."
- Legacy Character: Composite Characteristics aside, Mike Corbett is the second Magna Defender after the original's death.
- Mix-and-Match Weapon: The Magna Defender's main weapon is a strange combination between a double-edged knight-like sword and a shotgun/rifle blaster. As the names suggest, it can alternate between sword mode and gun mode.
- Sixth Ranger: Is this to the Galaxy Rangers, after he gained the Magna Defender powers.
- Swiss-Army Weapon: His Magna Sword can retract its blade and reposition itself to become the Magna Blaster.
Power Rangers Time Force
Voiced by: Carrie Keranen
Hailing from a thousand years into the future, Jen Scotts is the leader of the Time Force Power Rangers, protectors of history. When the vile criminal Ransik killed her fiance, the original Red Time Force Ranger, and fled into the past, she pursued him through time.
- Action Girl: Out of all the female Rangers, she is definitely one of the most battle-ready and is no less capable when unmorphed.
- BFG: She carries around the V5 V-Weapon as one of her ranged weapons.
- Breakout Character: Due to her leadership and combat skills, Jen is widely regarded as not only the best Pink Ranger in the franchise but the best female Ranger ever. Which makes her perfect as a representative of the main Time Force Rangers in this game.* .
- Cute Bruiser: Very cute in addition to being one of the stronger Power Rangers ever.
- Dual Wielding: Makes use of both of her two Chrono Sabers.
- The Hero: While Wes is the Red Time Force Ranger, she takes more of an active leadership role for the team and, when it comes to plot, she takes the focus and forefront of it, while Time Force for Wes was more of an Coming of Age Story.
- Iconic Sequel Character: Jen is one of the most beloved and respected female Rangers in the franchise's history (and regarded by many as the best of the Pink Rangers) despite being introduced in the ninth season.
- Iron Lady: She's the tough-as-nails leader of the Time Force Power Rangers and she can definitely back it up on the battle field.
- Mini Dress Of Power: Her Pink Ranger form wears this and she kicks butt with it easy.
- The Leader: The headstrong leader of the Time Force Rangers.
Voiced by: Dan Southworth
Eric Myers was a soldier for the Silver Guardians with a drive to prove himself. After discovering and taking the long-lost Time Force Quantum Morpher, Eric obtained the power to become the mighty Quantum Ranger, bane to any mutant foolish enough to cross blades with him.
- Breakout Character: Easily one of the most popular Sixth Rangers or even general Power Rangers across the entire franchise. Which makes him a good fit for the roster.
- Casting Gag: Eric shares some dialogue with one of his actor's most iconic video game roles; Vergil from Devil May Cry. With the taunt "Foolishness, Lord Zedd!" This also extends to his dialogue when using his super: "I need more Quantum Power!"
- Dark Is Not Evil: Eric's suit has jagged arrows and black gauntlets instead of the whites ones the other Time Force Rangers have. Combined with his less pleasant demeanor, one could be forgiven for thinking he is an Evil Counterpart to Wes but he is a hero, through and through.
- Iconic Sequel Character: Eric is one of the most beloved and respected Sixth Rangers in the franchise's history despite being introduced in the ninth season.
- Mix-and-Match Weapon: The Quantum Defender is not only a blaster pistol but also hides a hidden retractable sword.
- Red Is Heroic: Eric is notable for being a second Red Ranger, being The Rival to the Red Time Force Ranger.
- Stance System: He can switch to a Prone stance that he can use to dodge projectiles.
- Sixth Ranger: Probably one of the most unconventional ones out there. He has the gear for it, but he never actually joins the main Time Force team. He also goes against the usual grain by sharing his suit's color with another current ranger, and his overall archetype is more of a mercenary Red Ranger than anything else. History remembers him as being a sixth, however, and the only Ranger thus far to fit both categories.
- Swiss-Army Weapon: His weapon, the Quantum Defender, is capable of switching between a blaster and a sword.
Power Rangers S.P.D.
Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
The Commander of Space Patrol Delta's Earth-bound Delta Base, Doggie Cruger leads the vanguard against the evil forces of Emperor Gruumm, who laid siege to his home world Sirius. While he usually leads the forces of S.P.D. from the sidelines, he is more than capable of taking the fight to the forces of evil himself as the Shadow Ranger.
- The Ace: As the Commander of the Earth branch of S.P.D. and the Shadow Ranger, he easily goes toe to toe with even the most seasoned of Rangers or most dangerous of threats.
- Badass Normal: A Season 4 DLC addition is an alternate skin of him unmorphed. He still kicks as much ass regardless.
- Beast Man: While his Shadow Ranger form hides it, underneath it he is a strange alien blue-scaled dog man with dreads. note His Commander Uniform skin shows this off by letting Cruger fight unmorphed.
- Big Good: To the Earth branch of S.P.D.
- Cool Sword: His Shadow Saber which has a hilt that looks like a canine beast's head, which he uses for nearly all his moves.
- Commanding Coolness: His rank is Commander of the S.P.D. Delta Base.
- Heroic Dog: He's an anthropomorphic alien canine and he's the Big Good of his respective series.
- Master Swordsman: That Shadow Saber isn't just for show, he can pull some very impressive feats and moves with it in battle.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: He's the mentor and leader of the S.P.D. B-Team, which makes the Shadow Saber a great fit for him.
- Meaningful Name: His real name is Anubis and his unmorphed self bears a heavy resemblance to the Anubian Jackal.
- Sixth Ranger: For the S.P.D. B-Team. He's notable for being one of the few that also acts as his team's mentors.
Voiced by: Amanda Kruse
The scientific muscle of Space Patrol Delta, Dr. Kat Manx is the second-in-command to Doggie Cruger and a firm ally of the S.P.D. B-Team. In times of great need, she can join them in battle as the Kat Ranger, using her quick wits to prevail.
- Badass Bookworm: Kat is a damn good Ranger and an even greater scientist.
- Cat Girl: While it's hidden by her morphed form, she is a Human Alien with cat-like qualities thrown in for good measure. However her costume's design show it quite decently.
- Combat Parkour: As the Kat Ranger, Kat does some impressive flipping and dodging in battle with her cat-like agility, while delivering some devastating attacks.
- Genius Bruiser: She's one of the smartest operatives in her team and she's not afraid to get her hands dirty in a fight.
- Meaningful Name: Obviously, Kat is a Cat Girl.
Power Rangers Mystic Force
Voiced by: Amanda Kruse
A learned sorceress who trains the Mystic Force Power Rangers. When the need arises, she will fight by their side as the White Mystic Force Ranger, using her ability to manipulate the cold to put evil on ice.
- Big Good: She serves the same function to the Mystic Force Rangers as Zordon to the originals; a mentor and parental figure. Although with the added plus of being able to turn into a Ranger herself and fight alongside her students.
- An Ice Person: Ice is her main element and she uses it well.
- Lady of War: Her fighting style has a sense of grace that some of the other Rangers themselves (both male and female) lack.
- Light Is Good: Her morphed form is snow white to fit with her icy element, and she's also the Big Good of the Mystic Force Rangers.
- Magic Staff: Her personal Ranger weapon is the mystic Snow Staff.
Power Rangers Jungle Fury
Voiced by: Tony Porter
Dai Shi is an ancient, evil spirit that was contained in a box by the Order of the Claw. When the headstrong Jarrod accidentally broke the box's seal, Dai Shi escaped and took over Jarrod's body, then began to take his revenge against the world.
- Animalistic Abilities: Dai Shi can summon the Lion Spirit to attack his foes.
- Animal-Themed Fighting Style: His power comes from the mighty lion.
- Animal-Themed Superbeing: Dai Shi has a lion's face in his armor's chestplate and his helmet has ears and a mane.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Not only Dai Shi himself, as he was the Big Bad of his series and all, but also Jarrod, whose arrogance is what unleashed Dai Shi in the first place.
- Big Bad: He's the head villain of Power Rangers Jungle Fury.
- Bling of War: While his default armor is mostly black, his Phantom Beast King armor is almost completely gold.
- Evil Wears Black: Aside from a few golden highlights, his body armor is almost completely black.
- Ki Manipulation: His Zocato power can be used like this.
- Mythical Motifs: His alternate skin, the Phantom Beast King suit, comes from Dai Shi acquiring the Griffin Animal Spirit.
- Panthera Awesome: Jarrod's "Spirit of the mighty Lion!"
Voiced by: Unknown
- Animal-Themed Superbeing: His power comes from the Wolf Spirit and he's got a helmet to match.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: Aside from shooting Ki Manipulation from his morpher, he is a Jungle Fury Ranger who prefers to make use of his fists and feet.
- The Big Guy: His fighting style is almost entirely hand-to-hand, and he's one of the most experienced fighters out of his fellow Rangers.
- Genius Bruiser: He's the most experienced in combat out of the Jungle Fury Rangers and also the one who invents most of his team's tech.
- Erudite Stoner: Though slightly less so while morphed, this is R.J.'s personality to a 'T.'
- Handwraps of Awesome: His gauntlets have silver or grey-colored parts that look like these to help further illustrate the fact that he's a master of hand-to-hand combat.
- Ki Manipulation: Able to shoot energy blasts out of his morpher.
- Lightning Bruiser: He has some hefty attacks, and the speed to pull them off.
- Noble Wolf: Possesses the Wolf Spirit, becoming the Wolf Ranger, and is firmly on the heroes' side, being the mentor for the Jungle Fury Rangers.
- Purple Is Powerful: Naturally due to being The Mentor of his universe's rangers and their Sixth Ranger.
- Sixth Ranger: He's this to the Jungle Fury Rangers, just like Tommy, Eric, Anubis, and many others. He is distinct for being their mentor before kicking butt alongside his students.
Power Rangers Samurai
Voiced by: Angelica Porter
Lauren is the true leader of the Shiba family, who kept a low profile while her younger brother, Jayden, took her place as the Red Samurai Ranger. She would take over as leader of the Samurai Rangers for a time when she came out of hiding after perfecting a technique that could seal away the dreaded Nighlok, but would cede leadership back to Jayden when he proved the more capable leader. Even so, she is every bit as worthy to be a Ranger as her younger brother.
- The Ace: She has the true sealing power, saves her fellow Rangers in her introduction and even schools them in sparring.
- Action Girl: Being Jayden's older sister, she's been given a considerable amount of training. Both in symbol power and physical combat.
- Another Side, Another Story: Her Arcade story takes place during the main story mode, covering the perspective of her and the other DLC characters released at the time.
- Cool Big Sis: For her little bro Jayden, the two are very close with each other. Becomes even cooler when she becomes the Samurai Red Ranger.
- Cool Sword: Her Spin Sword, the sidearm of the Samurai Ranger team.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Jayden as the Red Samurai Ranger.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Mixed in with the trope below, she makes use of her Spin Sword as her main weapon.
- Katanas Are Just Better: Her weapon is the Samurai Spin Sword, which she uses with great skill.
- Red Is Heroic: She is notable as one of the few people out there to have borrowed the power of the Red Ranger from their univere's main respective Red Ranger.
- Playing with Fire: Runs in the family and as is per Red Ranger tradition most of the time.
Power Rangers Megaforce
Voiced by: Melissa Flores
One of the destined heroes chosen by the ancient and sage Gosei, Gia Moran is the feisty Yellow Ranger of the Power Rangers Megaforce. With her evolution into a Super Megaforce Power Ranger and unfailing bravery, she is a feisty fighter with few equals.
- Breakout Character: Gia is often considered the highlight of her otherwise infamous season due to her charisma and screen presence, making her the only Megaforce Ranger to appear outside of her respective season. Thus making her the best choice as the Megaforce representative in this game.
- Dressed to Plunder: The Super Megaforce Rangers, Gia included, have a pirate motif to their suits.
- Pirates vs. Ninjas: She sees Adam (currently morphed as the Black Ninja Ranger) in the latter's story mode and immediately goes on the attack. Though it may have more to do with the fact that he's currently hanging out with a side-switching Goldar.
- Sword and Gun: Keeping with the pirate theme of the Super Mega mode, she carries both the Super Mega Saber and Super Mega Blaster.
Power Rangers Dino Charge
Voiced by: Carrie Keranen
Sledge voiced by: Also Carrie Keranen
- Assist Character: A number of her moves involve Sledge jumping in and attacking her opponent.
- Ass Kicks You: One of her attacks is launching herself rump-first at an opponent.
- Big, Stupid Doodoo-Head: At one point, Zedd calls her an "absurd lollipop."
- Dude, Where's Our Car?: Sledge and Poisandra spend most of their Arcade Mode looking for their ship, or at least a replacement.
- Giant Foot of Stomping: Sledge does this for Poisandra's super.
- Giggling Villain: Poisandra is constantly giggling, even in the middle of fights.
- Jetpack: Sledge uses one of these to enter and exit the battle field.
- Make My Monster Grow: Her super, Magna Beam, involves Sledge growing to giant size and stomping on her opponent."He's not just stupid, but BIG and stupid!"
- Mineral MacGuffin: She discovers Drakkon's Green Chaos Crystal in her story mode and spends the rest of the story obsessing over her shiny new bauble.
- Mundane Utility: She cares not about the Chaos Crystal's unending power and ability to trap people within itself, she only likes it because it's pretty, treating it like a girl would a piece of jewelry.
- Nothing Nice About Sugar and Spice: She's very girly and loves getting presents from and being pampered by Sledge, but has no qualms about pulling out her axe and fighting the Rangers personally.
- Pink Means Feminine: Poisandra is mostly bright pink and is the girliest female character on the roster.
- Super Cute Superpowers: She has the ability to toss out giant, exploding cupcakes, leaving them as traps for opponents to wander into.
- Sure, Let's Go with That: She assumes the Chaos Crystal was a present Sledge intentionally left laying around for her to find. Sledge quickly confirms that, yes, that was exactly what happened, most certainly.
- Time Loop Fatigue: Poisandra and Sledge appear to be caught in a variation of one of these near the end of their Arcade Mode. First, Lord Zedd arrives, demanding the Chaos Crystal and saying "You want a way out of here. I want my property back" as a way to bargain the crystal from them. Once the couple beats Zedd, they are faced with Dai Shi, who also says "You want a way out of here. I want my property back." Finally, they encounter Scorpina, who also says "You want a way out of here. I want my property back." Each time Poisandra grows more and more confused, frustrated, and panicked. It turns out to be the work of Rita, who wants the crystal and has trapped the duo in an illusion.
- Written-In Absence: Poisandra bemoans the fact that Curio isn't with her and Sledge at the start of their story mode.
Power Rangers (2017)
Voiced by: David Fielding
Hailing from another history, from far beyond the stars, from a time before man, the Cenozoic Blue Ranger was among the original Power Rangers that were led by the first Red Ranger, Zordon. After his demise at the hands of the traitorous Rita Repulsa, his power would be passed on to a human youth named Billy Cranston.
- Blue Is Heroic: He's the Blue Ranger and he gave his life trying to save the world from the forces of evil.
- Canon Immigrant: His suit is from the 2017 film, but instead of being 2017's Billy Cranston, the suit is being worn by the original, unnamed member of Zordon's team of Rangers from the Cenozoic Era.
- Flat Character: Justified. Due to being a member of Zordon's original team that were victims to Rita Repulsa's betrayal and then killed off in the prologue, there isn't really much to him.
- Hand Blast: He is able to fire off bolts of blue energy from his hands.
- Humanoid Aliens: Going off of Zordon, the unnamed Yellow Ranger, and Rita as they were seen in the 2017 movie, Cenozoic Blue is likely one of these.
- The Nameless: He was never named alongside the other previous Power Rangers of Zordon's team even after they were betrayed and killed by his universe's Rita Repulsa.
- Thinking Up Portals: He does this for his super, Portal Engine.
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (Boom! Studios)
Voiced by: Carrie Keranen
Trini was the original Yellow Mighty Morphin' Ranger who fought alongside Jason and Tommy. In the timeline that Lord Drakkon hails from, the Rangers fought against the Black Dragon, a rogue Zord. After laying the dangerous machine down, it was converted into a suit of mechanized armor that boosts Trini's fighting prowess.
- Action Girl: She's already a pretty formidable ranger on her own, the Black Dragon Armor just increases that by a tenfold.
- Asian and Nerdy: Considering she made the Black Dragon Armor herself from the remains of the Black Dragon Zord and is even on par with her universe's Billy Cranston in smarts. She's definitely this.
- Mini-Mecha: The Black Dragon Armor was made from the rogue Black Dragon Zord and it definitely looks like it.
- Power Armor: If the Ranger's suits themselves weren't already a form of Power Armor, the Black Dragon armor pushes it even further.
Voiced by: Jason David Frank
In a divergent timeline, Tommy was never rescued from the forces of evil. Instead, he would delve further into darkness, usurping Rita Repulsa and Lord Zedd and harnessing the powers of the Green and White Rangers to become Lord Drakkon, Earth's overlord who now turns his gaze to the infinite power of the Morphing Grid...
- Alternate Self: To the main Tommy Oliver.
- Ax-Crazy: His fall into villainy hasn't left him very sane. In case trying to take over the world wasn't enough of a hint.
- Big Bad: Due to the game's story mode being an adaptation of the Shattered Grid storyline, he takes central role as the main villainous threat.
- Dual Wielding: Drakkon wields the two main weapons that MMPR-era Tommy is known for, at the same time. The Green Ranger's Dragon Dagger and the White Ranger's Saba, using both of them with pretty impressive skills. He can stab them into the ground together and unleash his destructive energy at foes for his Tide of Darkness super move.
- Evil Counterpart: He was a Tommy whom was never saved from the corrupting influence of the forces of evil. Rejecting the Rangers even after the spell was broken and still stayed with Rita. Thus giving us one of the biggest threats to the Rangers of all dimensions and timelines.
- Evil Overlord: Of his reality, used the powers of both Green and White to make himself nearly unstoppable and make conquering his Earth much easier.
- Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse: He absolutely loaths other Tommy Olivers in the multiverse, because they are living proof that Drakkon's villainy misery are his own doing, while other Tommys faced just as much adversity and yet overcame it and thus got everything Drakkon envies for.
- Hero Killer: He has amassed quite the body count in his wake. And that's not taking into account the people he killed when he turned evil in his alternate timeline.
- Humans Are the Real Monsters: He's one of the few willfully evil humans in the franchise* . And he's more than willing to show he's not any less monstrous because of it, as he becomes a threat that actually manages to endanger almost all Power Ranger timelines and universes, while racking up a decent kill count through it all.
- Light Is Not Good: His outfit is predominantly white thanks to the White Ranger outfit being the bigger part of his design. Although being the Big Bad and taking into account the atrocities he's done, he's far from a force of good.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Invoked, his morphed form 's helmet has a red visor and he's one of the biggest threats in Power Ranger history.
Voiced by: Meghan Camarena
Kimberly Hart was the original Mighty Morphin' Pink Ranger, but in another timeline. She was brainwashed by Lord Drakkon to serve as his personal assassin, the Ranger Slayer. It would be an uphill battle for the Rangers to save her from the clutches of evil.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: To make sure she'll serve Lord Drakkon, she was brainwashed into being his personal hitwoman.
- The Dragon: Is this to Lord Drakkon, due to being one of the surviving members of the old MMPR of his timeline and also his personal assassin.
- Evil Counterpart: To the main Kimberly although not by choice.
- Future Badass: While the main timeline's Kimberly is an adept fighter and archer, Ranger Slayer!Kim goes even further thanks to Lord Drakkon's influence.
- Mind-Control Device: Her Bow of Darkness is actually this. It was created and given to her courtesy of Lord Drakkon, who uses it to enslave her.
- The Straight and Arrow Path: Ranger Slayer is armed with her Bow of Darkness, which Drakkon created for her and which he uses to keep her under his control.
Voiced by: Kyle Higgins
Lord Drakkon's vice grip on the dystopian alternate Earth is secured through minions who draw on and are enhanced by the Power Coins. These sentries rely on the Mastodon Power Coin and they are the primary foot soldiers of the Ranger Sentries, forming the bulk of his police force and military. This Mastodon Sentry is a dangerous sharpshooter who leverages the range of Black Dragon Cannon to put down any who would rebel against his master. This particular unit is armed with the Black Dragon Cannon, used to disrupt Ranger powers.
- Alpha Strike: For the Sentry's super move "Sentry Squad," he calls in reinforcements, and they all open fire on the opponent.
- Assist Character: The other Sentries that show up for Sentry Squad. Additionally, as Mooks, the Mastodon Sentries frequently appear in Story Mode and Arcade Modes as back up for Lord Drakkon, Ranger Slayer, Goldar, etc.
- Cool Guns: They wield a weapon that is half assault rifle, half Power Axe.
- Evil Counterpart: To the Black Mighty Morphin' Ranger. An interesting case in that instead of being a singular person whose identity we know, they're an entire army of evil counterparts whom act as faceless minions.
- Faceless Mooks: They are all soldiers given the suit of the Black Ranger thanks to being powered by the same Power Coin. To further emphasize this, instead of having the same sculpted mouths the MMPR helmets are known to have, they have flat mouth plates.
- Mook: As stated throughout, they are Lord Drakkon's minions. Utilized in policing cities under his control and in military operations as ground/paratrooper infantry.
Voiced by: Kyle Hebert
A martial artist from another dimension, Ryu is on a quest to test his might against powerful opponents in the hopes of pushing his limits. When he found himself in the world of the Power Rangers, he obtained some of their power, gaining the ability to morph into the Crimson Hawk Ranger and expanding on the strength he honed over a lifetime of fighting.
- Adaptational Name Change: From Legacy Wars to this game, Ryu's morphed form is renamed from the "Ryu Ranger" to the "Crimson Hawk Ranger."
- Bare-Fisted Monk: A master of Ansatsuken, who shows he doesn't need weapons to fight.
- Guest Fighter: From Street Fighter, with his Ranger form being from Legacy Wars.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: His Angel Grove Class of '93 Skin gives him a black leather jacket, pants, boots and red leather gloves, making him look 90s as hell (or perhaps a biker).
- Helmets Are Hardly Heroic: One of his alternate skins (that you can get as DLC), keeps the suit of the Crimson Hawk Ranger yet drops the helmet to leave his head bare, save for his trademark red hachimaki.
- Hurricane Kick: The Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku, a staple of his Shotoclone moveset.
- Kamehame Hadouken: One of the Trope Namers. On top of his Signature Move, the Hadouken, and his supermove, the Shinkuu Hadouken, he also gains a new Hadouken technique called the Hanto Hadouken with his Hadou energy combining with energy from the Crimson Hawk Power Coin's connection to the Morphin Grid. The technique can hit his opponent multiple times, putting them in a crumpled state and open to additional attacks.
- Leitmotif: Ryu's iconic theme from Street Fighter II, arranged with elements from Go Go Power Rangers, returns.
- Martial Arts Headband: Wears his trademark red hachimaki over his Crimson Hawk Ranger helmet, his intro has him tightening it up as he usually does. Other costumes that have him bare-headed have it wrapped around his forehead.
- Mechanically Unusual Fighter: He's such a faithful homage to his home series that his moveset, with the exception of his Shinkuu Hadouken and an EX-Shoryuken uses all of his traditional motion inputs (with one change which is the Jodan Sokutou Geri being a follow up after his Hurricane Kick rather than being a standalone special move).
- Red Is Heroic: On top of him sporting his usual red bandana and gloves, his Hadoken is colored red here (except for the Shinku Hadoken), and his designation is the Crimson Hawk Ranger. His Angel Grove Class of '93 Skin, even gives him a pair of red leather finger-less gloves and a red flannel shirt wrapped around his waist.
- Shoryuken: The Trope Namer, natch.
- Shotoclone: The original Shoto showing why he codified the central fighting game archetype.
Voiced by: Laura Bailey
Another fighter from another dimension, Chun-Li is an Interpol agent and practitioner of kung-fu who is dedicated to the destruction of the Shadaloo criminal syndicate. Crossing over into the Power Rangers' world along with her friend Ryu, she, too, was granted the ability to morph. As the Blue Phoenix Ranger, her fighting prowess is further enhanced.
- Apologetic Attacker: Has her "Gomen ne~!" Street Fighter Alpha series taunt/catch-phrase when performing a throw.
- Anime Chinese Girl: Elements of Chun-Li's iconic outfit, including her blue qipao and white ox horn hair decorations, carry over into her Ranger suit.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: A master of Kung Fu, who shows she doesn't need weapons to fight.
- Blue Is Heroic: Blue is her primary color, both in her unmorphed form and as a Ranger.
- Boots of Toughness: Her Angel Grove Class of '93 Skin, adds large black boots that match well with her stockings/legings.
- Composite Character: While her playstyle is primarily based on her Marvel vs. Capcom incarnations, her Hoyokusen animation is lifted directly from Street Fighter V. Even Ryu's Shinkuu Hadouken animation was based on his Marvel vs. Capcom 3 version.
- Her Hyakugouka ends in a double palm strike, which resembles her Street Fighter IV Focus Attack.
- Cute Bruiser: She's a strong practitioner of kung-fu, a dedicated Interpol agent and alongside all that becomes a pretty good Power Ranger at that too. Despite all that she's still quite adorable and her win animation showcases it quite a bit.
- Goomba Stomp: Her iconic Yousoukyaku (Hawk Claw Leg) command move is her doing a small stomp on her foe in midair, after which she'll jump off of them.
- Guest Fighter: From Street Fighter.
- Hurricane Kick: Present and accounted for with the Spinning Bird Kick.
- Kamehame Hadoken: Her Kikoken, not dissimilar to Ryu's Hadouken, fires off a ki projectile.
- Kick Chick: Her main form of attack with all of her physical special moves being kick attacks (Hyakuretsu Kyaku, Spinning Bird Kick, Hazanshu and her Limit Break, the Hoyokusen).
- Mechanically Unusual Fighter: She's such a faithful homage to her home series that her moveset, with the exception of her Hoyokusen and an EX-Spinning Bird Kick uses all of her traditional charge and motion inputs.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Of the kicking variant. Her Hyakuretsu Kyaku attack lets her assail her opponents with a barrage of rapid-fire kicks, as well as her super attack, the Hoyokusen.