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Devon Daniels/Red Beast Morpher Ranger

Portrayed by: Rorrie D. Travis
The son of Mayor Daniels, Devon's main passions are karate and video games, much to his father's disapproval. He snuck into Grid Battleforce to look at their Battle Simulator, but when Evox infects the morphing system, he becomes the Red Ranger in place of Blaze, the original candidate.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Is more friendlier than the anit-social and blunt Hiromu from Go-Busters.
  • Alliterative Name: Devon Daniels.
  • Black and Nerdy: He's African-American and a huge video game fan.
  • Bond One-Liner: "Virus Eliminated!" (Whenever a Gigadrone is destroyed)
  • Brilliant, but Lazy:
    • His first appearance shows him disinterested in Blaze's karate class, only to hold his own when the latter viciously spars with him.
    • Also invoked before he's detained by Grid Battleforce. Devon is smart enough to recognize that Evox is a potential virus and that he's staying hidden in the system.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: A lot of Devon's problems with his dad would be solved if he just told him that he was the Red Ranger. However, Grid Battleforce rules state that the identities must be kept secret and, thus, Devon has to try to impress his dad the old fashioned way, which provides most of his problems.
  • Cool Gun: He wields the Cheetah Beast Blaster, although like the Ninja Super Steel Blaster from Super Ninja Steel, it seems to be used to initiate the Megazord's Finishing Move.
  • Establishing Character Moment: The aforementioned "sparring match" with Blaze. Moreover, it's Devon who tries to de-escalate the situation, while Blaze just gets more aggressive.
  • I Know Mortal Kombat: His skills as a gamer helped him pilot his zord.
  • The Leader: At the end of Evox's Revenge, he's named the leader of the team.
  • Panthera Awesome: The Cheetah is his main animal theme.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: He's a martial artist, a Power Ranger and a video game fan.
  • Rookie Red Ranger: While he has some martial arts skills and is able to hold his own against Blaze in a fight, he's entirely new to being a ranger while the original candidate had been training for the job for some time. Also, while he and Zoey weren't candidates that became Rangers, Zoey was part of the program and still works for Grid Battleforce, while Devon is a complete outsider. He's ultimately chosen to become leader as he was more level-headed than Ravi or Zoey when the two bickered over who'd take over as leader.
  • Super Speed: Thanks to the Cheetah DNA imprinted on him, Devon is able to move at high levels of speed when morphed.
  • The Unchosen One: Devon was not the original candidate for the Red Ranger powers. In fact, he trespassed into Grid Battleforce to see the Battle Simulator, only to get roped into being a Power Ranger when Blaze was corrupted.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Thanks to the Evox Virus in the Grid Battleforce system when he was empowered, he was affected so that he freezes up when he sees a dog (on the grounds that he's part-cat now, and cats naturally fear dogs).
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Has major shades of this, seeing as his dad is the (disapproving) mayor of the city. The main conflict between the two is Devon's problems getting a job, which comes to head in Taking Care of Business when Devon is forced to leave his car wash job due to Slicertron's attack, further disappointing his father.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Dogs?: Due to the Evox Virus partially corrupting the feline DNA he was implanted with, he suddenly freezes in fear whenever he sees a dog nearby.

Ravi Shaw/Blue Beast Morpher Ranger

Portrayed by: Jasmeet Baduwalia
Ravi was one of the three original candidates to become Power Rangers by the Grid Battleforce. When Evox infected the system, he was the only one that was spared by the virus' infection, and became the Blue Ranger.
  • The Berserker: Thanks to the Evox virus corrupting the animal DNA in him, overuse of his power causes him to go wild and leaves him unable to distinguish friend from foe, attacking even his own teammates.
  • The Big Guy: The super strength he gets from his gorilla DNA while morphed makes him this.
  • By-the-Book Cop: He's a stickler for the rules of Grid Battleforce, even if it's a rule he doesn't like. He breaks it off with Roxy when they're both chosen because Rangers aren't allowed to date each other.
  • The Chosen One: The only one of the Rangers who were actually picked to be a Ranger. He's only given this trope as Devon is able to sever Evox's connection to the Grid at that point before he can take over Ravi.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: The Gorilla is his main animal theme.
  • The Lost Lenore: Played with. Roxy isn't dead, but until her Avatar is destroyed, Ravi now has to see the real Roxy in a medical pod while in a coma.
  • Ship Tease: He and Roxy have a history and romantic chemistry. Despite their attraction, he broke off their potential relationship due to the importance of being a ranger.
  • Super Strength: Thanks to the Gorilla DNA imprinted on him, Ravi has this ability when morphed.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Thanks to the Evox Virus in the Grid Battleforce system when he was empowered, he was affected so that he overheats and goes berserk when overusing his powers.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Has major shades of this, seeing as his mom is captain of the Grid Battleforce.

Zoey Reeves/Yellow Beast Morpher Ranger

Portrayed by: Jacqueline Scislowski
Zoey was originally part of the training program to become a Power Ranger at Grid Battleforce, but was cut and reassigned to laundry duty. However, when Evox infects the morphing system, she becomes the Yellow Ranger in place of Roxy, the original candidate.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Her theme animal is a jackrabbit, which is technically a hare, not a true rabbit like in Go-Busters.
  • Dare to Be Badass: Though her confidence needs work, she's still willing to work with Grid Battleforce to help improve the world with Morph-X technology. The mayor and Commander Shaw see potential with her, before and after becoming a ranger.
  • In a Single Bound: Thanks to the Jackrabbit DNA imprinted on her, Zoey can jump at a very high distance when morphed.
  • Nature Lover: In "End of the Road", we find out Zoey is one of these as she opposes Mayor Daniels' desire to build a road through a forest and seeks to find a way to save it and the animals that live there.
  • Righteous Rabbit: The Rabbit is her main animal theme.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only female Ranger in Beast Morphers so far.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Carrots, considering they're needed for her to restore her energy to keep her weak point from acting up.
  • The Unchosen One: Zoey was not the original candidate for the Yellow Ranger powers. While she was in the program to become a Ranger, she was ultimately cut in favor of Roxy. However, certain events led her to become Roxy's replacement.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Thanks to the Evox Virus in the Grid Battleforce system when she was empowered, she was affected so that she runs out of energy when she overuses her powers, and has to eat carrots to restore her energy levels.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: In End of the Road has major shade of this, especially being the daughter of news reporter Muriel Reeves.

Nate Silva/Gold Beast Morpher Ranger

Portrayed by: Abraham Rodriguez
A genius scientist at Grid Battleforce, and the one that developed the Beast Morpher powers and arsenal. At one point, he was captured by Evox's forces and forced to help them with Scrozzle's cyber gate, but he was able to sabotage the gate at the last moment, and used it to become the Gold Ranger after combining his DNA with mantis DNA.
  • Adaptation Species Change: His totem animal went from a rhinoceros beetle in Go-Busters to a mantis in Power Rangers.
  • Badass Bookworm: In the first episode, he proves that he's more than a scientist in a labcoat when he picks up a gun and helps against the evil avatars. This foreshadows him becoming the Gold Ranger.
  • Child Prodigy: He joined Grid Battleforce at the age of six and is currently the chief scientist.
  • Chrome Champion: He becomes the Gold Ranger in the eighth episode.
  • Expy: He's Dr. K if RPM weren't such a Crapsack World.
  • Foregone Conclusion: See the spoiler tag? He carries on a fine tradition as it pertains to Mission Control.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He's the one that created all the gear for the Rangers this season.
  • Nerd Glasses: He wears the thick-framed variety and is the genius behind everything.
  • Ship Tease: In the Valentine's Day Episode, he turns out to have feelings for Zoey when he anonymously sends her flowers.
  • Sixth Ranger: He's the fourth Ranger to join the team.
  • Slaying Mantis: He's infused with mantis DNA when he becomes a Ranger.
  • The Smart Guy: As the top scientist for Grid Battleforce, a quick thinker, and the guy who creates all the Rangers' tech, he's definitely the brains of the group.
  • Spiders Are Scary: Seems to have arachnophobia as shown in The Cybergate Opens.
  • When You Coming Home, Dad?: End of the Road establishes that his parents work overseas, so he rarely gets to see them.

Steel/Silver Beast Morpher Ranger

Voiced by: Jamie Linehan
Nate's Beast Bot, and the Silver Ranger. Nate was forced to create him by Scrozzle as a vessel for Evox to possess once he is out of the cyber dimension, but the former was able to stop it, and through an accident infused Steel with both scarab beetle DNA and his human DNA, bringing him to life and allowing him to morph.

  • Adaptation Species Change: His totem animal went from a stag beetle in Go-Busters to a scarab in Power Rangers.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: When activated, he was infused with Nate's DNA, along with insect DNA.
  • It's All About Me: He has no shame in admitting how awesome he is, and his self proposed name was "Mr. Fantastic Super Handsome Strong as Steel". Although, he did agree to be just called Steel. He's also not afraid to get in front of people so he can take the shot.
  • Large Ham: Ho boy, is he one.
  • Phlebotinum Rebel: He was intended to be Evox's new body, but Nate manages to reverse the takeover and then turns both Steel and himself into Rangers.
  • Scarab Power: He's infused with scarab beetle DNA when first activated.
  • Sixth Ranger: He's the fifth Ranger to join the team, moments after Nate.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: For both the Rangers and the Beast Bots as he's the only non-human Ranger on the team, and the only Beast Bot capable of becoming a Ranger.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Despite being a Beast Bot, being infused with Nate's DNA has made him think that he's a human as well. Nate sees no problem with this at all as this means he's his brother.

     Their Allies 

Commander Shaw

Portrayed by: Teuila Blakely
The commander of Grid Battleforce, and mother to Ravi.
  • Big Good: The Commander of Grid Battleforce.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: When Devon claims that something got into their computer systems, she has him locked up for trespassing. However, she has Nate do another scan just to be sure. She ultimately allows Devon and Zoey to officially be the replacements to the Rangers. She also treats all of her staff equally, showing no signs of preferential treatment towards her own son.
  • She's a Man in Japan: Her Go-Busters counterpart Takeshi Kuroki was a male.
  • What the Hell, Hero?:
    • In episode 5, she personally drives up to the car wash where Devon and the other Rangers are and chews them out for not answering their communicators (this wasn't exactly their fault, as Blaze had destroyed their communicators).
    • In episode 6, she chewed out Devon's after he snapped at Ravi during the Battle Simulator run.

Mayor Adam Daniels

Portrayed by: Kevin Copeland
The mayor of Coral Harbor and the father to Devon.
  • Adorkable: In episode 3, he's seen riding on one of the Morph-X Bikes and even trying to do one of those high speed stops. He sheepishly admits he's trying to keep up with the times.
  • Fantasy-Forbidding Father: He isn't too happy about his son's interest in video games and karate, feeling there's no future in it. He's quickly proven wrong, as these skills are essential to being a Power Ranger.
  • Freudian Excuse: Part of the reason he wants Devon to buckle down with a job is because he did so himself at that age and knows it can lead to greater success. It's also why he's not dismissive of those who work at jobs that people wouldn't consider glamorous; he worked some himself in his younger days.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Plenty of it:
    • In episode 1, he's dismissive of Devon's love of karate and videogames, telling him that there's no future in such things and angry that Devon blew off a job interview that he had lined up. When he encounters Zoey and she talks about wanting to make a difference and how she has plenty of ideas for Grid Battleforce, he compliments her on her drive and tenacity.
    • In episode 3, he wants to build a new road as he believes that it'll help out with the city's congestion, and though he's open to Zoey's idea for the Morph-X Bike and gives her several days to prove it can work, he's quick to start dismissing it before the time he gave her is up. However, when the Power Rangers' chase with Blaze becomes viral, he tries out the bike himself and, impressed with it all, decides Zoey's idea has merit after all and commissions 5,000 more bikes.
    • In episode 5, he finally relents on his reluctance and disapproval of the Power Rangers when he gets caught up with a monster fight and witnesses the Red Ranger (not knowing it's his son) saving a child from the crossfire.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Doesn't realize his son is a Power Ranger and working with Grid Battleforce.
  • Properly Paranoid: When he hears the plans Grid Battleforce have to make the Morphin Grid a source of energy, he quickly points out that it is only a matter of time before some form of evil seeks to claim it for themselves. He's soon proven right when Evox makes his move.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: As the mayor, he will voice his objections to any ideas where he sees little benefit (like Zoey's bikes) or a potential disaster (like the Morph-X towers). But, as shown under Jerk with a Heart of Gold, he is willing to listen to any counterarguments and concede if he is wrong.
  • Self-Made Man: For a few episodes, we see a well-dressed politician with a limo and other privileges, but he says in "Taking Care of Business" that his first job was working at a car wash. It was how he paid for things like dates.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: He's not too happy that Nate effectively turned the Morphin Grid into a renewable source of clean energy.
    Shaw: The mayor here thinks what we're doing is a mistake.
    Daniels: A huge mistake. Since before you were born, every monster out there from every dimension — from Rita Repulsa to Sledge and Galvanax — they all wanted to take the Rangers' power and rule the universe. And now that you wrapped it up — in a ribbon — some evil mind will try to take it again.

Betty and Ben Burke

Portrayed by: Kristina Ho (Betty)
Portrayed by: Cosme Flores (Ben)
A sibling team of Grid Battleforce security guards.
  • Alliterative Name: Their first and last names start with "B".
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Despite being the comic relief, Betty and Ben proved in Evox's Revenge that they're not useless when push comes to shove as Ben was able to taser a Tronic, while Betty shielded a frozen Devon from the attack, distracting it so Ben could sneak behind it and take it out.
  • Big Little Brother: Ben is the taller of the two, but Betty is the oldest child.
  • Ditzy Genius: Episode 3 shows that they're smart enough to not only modify Zoey's Morph-X Bike into a proper working two-seater bike, but later modify it so it can change from a two-seater to two unicycles, yet they're not smart enough to remember that they have no idea how to ride unicycles.
  • Expy: Of Bulk and Skull circa Season 3 and Zeo, i.e. a pair of friendly and well-meaning bumblers that are part of a rigid organization that they seem pretty out of place with. Their dynamic also takes cues from another comedy relief pair, Cassidy and Devin, where the girl is the dominant of the duo.
  • Heroic Bystander: Even though they're a bumbling comic duo, they'll still get involved in fights when they have to, and they manage to assist Rangers in their own way.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Betty is about a foot shorter than her younger brother, which makes her smaller than pretty much everyone else around her.
  • Jack-of-All-Trades: They assist in almost any department that needs them... but they're not that skilled in some areas.
  • Leitmotif: They have a theme that's similar to Bulk and Skull's theme.
  • Lovable Coward: Ben's rather easily frightened and hesitant to jump into dangerous situations, but he will do it if he has to.
  • Nice Girl / Nice Guy: They both genuinely wish to assist, be useful and help people, and are also kind and pleasant in general.
  • Recognition Failure: Betty doesn't recognize Mayor Daniels as, well, the mayor until Zoey calls him that.
  • Sibling Team: They're brother and sister.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Betty takes it as much as Ben does.
  • Those Two Guys: A duo that mainly shows up to provide some slapstick.

General Burke

Portrayed by: Mark Wright
Head of Grid Battleforce and Ben and Betty's father.
  • Large and in Charge: He towers over everyone (he's at least half a head taller than Devon at the very least) and he's a few ranks higher than Commander Shaw
  • Large Ham: Boy, is he?


Voiced by: Kelson Henderson
Devon's Beast Bot, a cheetah who becomes the interface of the Beast Racer Zord.


Voiced by: Charlie McDermott
Ravi's Beast Bot, a gorilla who becomes the interface of the Beast Wheeler Zord.
  • Bear Hug: He likes giving out hugs, even though Ravi's not the hugging type. It comes in handy when Ravi starts going berserk, though.
  • Gentle Giant: He's the largest, most physically powerful of the Beast Bots, but he's very gentle and caring, especially towards Ravi (sometimes a little too much, according to Ravi).
  • Megaton Punch: A Friend Indeed reveals that he can deliver one out if told to go all out, as Ravi found out the hard way.


Voiced by: Emmett Skilton
Zoey's Beast Bot, a jackrabbit who becomes the interface of the Beast Chopper Zord.

Muriel Reeves

Portrayed by: Sia Trokenheim
A reporter for Channel 10 and Zoey's mother.

     The Villains 


Voiced by: Randall Ewing
An evil sentient computer virus that wants to take over the Morphin Grid.

  • Adaptation Species Change: Big holographic human skull in Go-Busters, big holographic snake in Beast Morphers.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: While he's just as impatient and as ill-tempered as Messiah, he doesn't throw childish tantrums or waste time sending his minions out to make humans suffer for his amusement, opting instead to stay focused on his primary goal of escaping the Cyber Dimension.
  • Bad Boss: By Hanger Heist, Evox grows so frustrated with the failures that he blasts Blaze after the Rangers capture Slicerdrone. He even threatens the two Avatars with demotion to Tronics if they do not find a way to defeat the Rangers' Megazord.
  • Berserk Button: Does not like it when people try to hack into his machines and steal his data.
  • Big Bad: Of Beast Morphers so far.
  • Clean Dub Name: You didn't think we'd really have a Power Rangers villain named Messiah, did you?
  • Computer Virus: He is essentially an evil virus that wants to take over the Morphin Grid.
  • The Corrupter: Not only had Evox created evil versions of Blaze and Roxy, but his presence inflicted a set of Weaksauce Weaknesses on the main Rangers.
  • Evil Laugh: He's a computer virus, but that doesn't mean he isn't capable of laughing evilly.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Like most Power Ranger villains, he has a deep menacing voice.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: He's utterly devoid of any sense of humor.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His snake avatar has evil glowing red eyes that shoot lasers.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Has the appearance of a snake (specifically, a cobra).
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Due to being transported to the Cyber Dimension in the console he infected, Evox can't return to the real world without a large amount of Morph-X.
  • Spoiled by the Merchandise: He intended to take Steel's body as his own, and hasn't given up now that Steel is now alive and the Silver Ranger. However, images of upcoming toys show his Messiah Cell form from Go-Busters at least exists.
  • Sssssnake Talk: Downplayed in the first few episodes, but becomes more and more prevalent as the season progresses.


Portrayed by: Colby Strong
The original candidate for the Red Ranger powers, only to be forcibly corrupted by Evox, which created an evil Avatar of himself.
  • Ascended Extra: While the Blaze Ranger suit was used in Go-Busters, it was only for the last two episodes of the Sentai. Here, it debuts in the premiere episode.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Well, Karate Guy. He insists the only way for Devon to learn is to follow his methods and attacks him over a slight disagreement.
  • Evil Counterpart: For Devon. His suit is a corrupted and dangerous avatar of the original Red Beast Morpher Ranger.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Was the original candidate for the Red Ranger powers, until Evox corrupted him.
  • Grand Theft Me: In a sense. Evox uses the device intended to turn Blaze into a Ranger to turn him into his Avatar. Nate later points out that Blaze is still alive, but since his Avatar is active, he's essentially "asleep" and can't be revived until the avatar is destroyed.
  • Hero's Evil Predecessor: To Devon
  • Jerkass: Note that even before Evox corrupted him, Blaze was already an abrasive person, especially towards his aggressive "training" of Devon and dismissing him as a joke.
  • Ominous Visual Glitch: As an imperfect digital recreation of the original Blaze, he sometimes flickers.
  • Psycho Rangers: He's an evil Ranger working for Evox.


Portrayed by: Liana Ramirez
The original candidate for the Yellow Ranger powers, only to be forcibly corrupted by Evox, which created an evil Avatar of herself.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: The purple Escape Evolve suit is repainted as yellow to function as the Yellow Ranger's Evil Knockoff in the same manner as Dark Buster originally was to Red.
  • Ascended Extra: Like the Blaze Ranger suit, Roxy's Yellow Ranger suit came in the first episode, as apposed to Go-Busters where Escape's Evolve suit appeared in the last ten episodes of the Sentai. This applies to Roxy herself, appearing from the beginning while Escape did not debut until around episode twenty-two.
  • Combat Tentacles: Capable of shooting wires from her arms to wrap around her enemies.
  • Dark Action Girl: Avatar Roxy.
  • Evil Counterpart: Her avatar is a corrupt version of Zoey's Yellow Beast Ranger suit.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Was the original candidate for the Yellow Ranger powers, until Evox corrupted her.
  • Grand Theft Me: In a sense. Evox uses the devices intended to turn Roxy into a Ranger to turn her into his Avatar. Nate later points out that Roxy is still alive, but since her Avatar is active, she's essentially "asleep" and can't be revived until the avatar is destroyed.
  • Hero's Evil Predecessor: To Zoey
  • Manipulative Bitch: In Digital Deception, she decides to toy with Ravi's emotions by claiming she was trying to break free from Evox's programming, and had him steal a neural aligner in an attempt to cancel out the virus. In reality, she wanted the aligner to turn Ravi into another avatar, and would have succeeded if it weren't for Devon and Zoey's interference.
  • Nice Girl: From what we see of her original self, she's this. Definitely not the case for her Avatar self.
  • Ominous Visual Glitch: As an imperfect digital recreation of the original Roxy, she sometimes flickers.
  • Psycho Rangers: She's an evil Ranger working for Evox.


Voiced by: Campbell Cooley
A villain hiding out in the Cyber Dimension to avoid a being known as Vargoyle. He agrees to help Evox return to the main world after Nate sent Evox and his Avatars there, in return for Morph-X.
  • Beard of Evil: Has a metal goatee.
  • Canon Foreigner: He's a completely new character, rather than being adapted from Go-Busters. Oddly, he's designed like a Go-Onger/RPM villain; time will tell if he has any links to them.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Frequently engages in this when talking/arguing with Blaze and Roxy.
  • Dirty Coward: He tries to intimidate Blaze and Roxy when they first show up, but when Evox appears he folds like origami. He also flees upon seeing the Rangers morph.
  • Evil Genius: He's the creator of the Tronics and Gigadrones, and developed the means to transform normal objects into Robotrons when infused with Morph-X that's been corrupted by Evox.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: His design leans less towards the monsters of Go-Busters/Beast Morphers and moreso towards that of Go-Onger/RPM, more specifically his human-like face and hodge-podge armor.
  • The Rival: To Blaze and Roxy. He tries to win Evox's favor and convince him that he's superior to the Avatars.
  • Third-Person Person: Often refers to himself in the third person.


Purple robotic warriors used by Evox. They were created by Scrozzle in order to protect himself from Vargoyle.
  • Mooks: The foot soldiers for Beast Morphers.
  • Mythology Gag: They sound not unlike electronic Putties.
  • Swiss Army Weapon: Wield blasters that can also be used for close combat.



Voiced by: Barry Duffield
A tire-themed Robotron, and the first of his kind that fought against the Beast Morpher Rangers. He was created after Scrozzle infected a tire with the Evox Virus.
  • Arm Cannon: Has them on both his arms.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Was destroyed by a blast from Devon's Morph-X Blaster, as opposed to the Blue Ranger brutally defeating him in Go-Busters when his weakpoint went out of control. He was also the fifth Monster of the Week in Go-Busters, but the first here.
  • Starter Villain: Ironically, the first Robotron here. His Go-Busters counterpart was the fifth.


Voiced by: Rowan Bettjeman
A syringe and medical equipment-themed Robotron Blaze created from a bicycle pump, and was sent to steal Morph-X from the X-Bikes.
  • Arm Cannon: His right needle arm works like this, firing a turquoise blast strong enough to demorph Devon and Ravi.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Go-Busters, he was destroyed by the Yellow and Red Rangers combined Sougan Blade slashes. In Power Rangers, he was destroyed after being blasted by the Yellow Ranger's Morph-X Cannon.
  • Energy Absorption: Can drain Morph-X with his needle arm.
  • Famous Last Words: "Cannon?! Wait! Aaaah!"
  • Oh, Crap!: His reaction to Zoey's Morph-X Cannon.


Voiced by: Andre King
A shovel-themed Robotron Roxy created from an excavator as part of her plan to manipulate Ravi.
  • Abled in the Adaptation: One thing that Power Rangers did not include from Go Busters was the Red Ranger shooting his left eye out. note 


Voiced by: David Van Horn
A circular saw-themed Robotron Blaze created from a table saw.


Voiced by: Ashton Brown
A spray can/acid-themed Robotron Scrozzle created from an acid tank. He joined Scrozzle and Roxy in retrieving the deactivated Slicerdrone.


Voiced by: Jeremy Birchall
A cargo train-themed Robotron Blaze and Roxy created from a locomotive. He was sent to sabotage the Beast Bots.
  • Adaptational Villainy: His role in stealing the Beast Bots' memories is a lot more effective than how his Go-Busters counterpart went, which was to gather enough Enertron to launch more Megazords than the normal one limit.
    • Beast Morphers also edits out some of the more goofier aspects from Go-Busters (namely, his cartoonish running.)
  • Composite Character: His role of sabotaging the Beast Bots brings to mind Spannerloid from Go-Busters.
  • Famous Last Words: "Sorry folks. This train is out of service!"
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: His goal was to take the Beast Bots' memories and place them into data discs.


Voiced by: Cosme Flores
A vacuum cleaner-themed Robotron created to help out with the cybergate plan.
  • Bayonet Ya: Wields a long blaster that has a blade on the end.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: He's the first Robotron to single-handedly best all three main Rangers in a fight. He would have probably killed them had Nate and Steel not intervened.
  • Weapons That Suck: Unsurprisingly given his theme. Vacuutron used this ability to suck up Morph X for the cybergate.

Giant Zords created by Scrozzle. To launch one into the real world, Scrozzle uploads a Robotron's data onto a blank.

In General

  • Jack-of-All-Stats: The Gamma type Gigadrones are the more balanced of the models.
  • Lightning Bruiser: The Alpha type Gigadrones are the fastest of the models.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Essentially, they are used in place of actually growing the monster itself, one of the rare seasons to go away from this trope.
  • Mighty Glacier: The Beta type Gigadrones are the strongest of the models.
  • Mooks: A Friend Indeed reveals that the Alpha Gigadrones can summon Gigatronics to help them out.
  • The Voiceless: As in the Sentai, they don't talk. However, they do grunt (with the same voices as their Robotron counterparts.)


Voiced by: Barry Duffield
An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Cycletron.


Voiced by: Rowan Bettjeman
A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Needletron. It was sent out to steal Morph X from a Morph X Tower in Tango 6.
  • Ass Shove: Though downplayed, it's quite obvious the needle it uses on the Beast Wheeler Zord went up the poor Zord's posterior.
  • Energy Absorption: It once use its needle arm to drain a bit of the Beast Wheeler Zord's Morph-X during the fight.
  • Spikes of Villainy: Capable of firing miniature needles at its enemy, which explode on contact.


Voiced by: Andre King
A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Shoveltron.


Voiced by: David Van Horn
A Gamma Gigadrone with the data of Slicertron sent to drain Morph-X from a nearby tower.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Like Slicertron, it has one on its right arm.
  • Can't Kill You, Still Need You: On the receiving end. When it became clear that the Beast Racer Zord could not defeat it as it was, Devon decided to try and simply deactivate it so Nate could have a functioning Gigadrone to work with.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Capable of summoning an energy variant from its left arm.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: The first Gigadrone to give the Beast Racer Zord trouble, even to the point of temporarily disabling the Zord's operating system. Notably, Scozzle mentioned that he just made the Gamma model before launching it.
  • The Worf Effect: In its first fight, it bested the Beast Racer Zord, but come the next fight, it along with Meltadrone lost to the Beast-X Megazord.


Voiced by: Ashton Brown
A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Meltatron.
  • Acid Attack: What it inherited from Meltatron, acid strong enough to even melt the Beast Racer Zord's saber.
  • Arm Cannon: Like Meltatron, it has one that can spray out acid.


Voiced by: Jeremy Birchall
An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Railtron.


Voiced by: Cosme Flores
A Gamma Gigadrone with the data of Vacuutron sent to drain Morph-X from a nearby tower.
  • Energy Absorption: It once use its vacuum arm to drain a bit of the Beast Racer Zord's Morph-X during the fight.
  • Weapons That Suck: Has a vacuum nozzle on its right arm.

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