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In General:

  • Three Plus Two: The Beast Morpher Rangers began as a trio and were joined by the Gold and Silver Ranger by Episode 8.
  • Transforming Mecha: All the Ranger's Zords can change from vehicle mode to Animal Mode. Devon and Nate's Zords have a third Battle Mode which transforms them into Megazord esque warriors. The Beast-X King Zord follows the same as well.

Devon Daniels/Red Beast Morpher Ranger
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Portrayed by: Rorrie D. Travis

Voiced by: Elliot Leguizamo (Latin American Spanish)

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: He's more friendly than the anti-social and blunt Hiromu from Go-Busters.
  • Alliterative Name: Devon Daniels.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: In "Grid Connection". Despite being a Power Ranger, gaining power directly from the Morphin Grid, he scoffs at the idea that the Grid can send someone a vision of the future.
  • Black and Nerdy: He's African-American and a huge video game fan.
  • Bond One-Liner: "Virus Eliminated!" (Whenever a Gigadrone is destroyed)
    • "Gamertron over." (After defeating Gamertron)
    • "Evox... ELIMINATED!!!" (After the rangers destroy Evox/Venjix permanently)
  • 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 their 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's used to initiate the Megazord's Finishing Move.
  • Deadly Upgrade: The Red Fury Mode. It's one of the most powerful creations for Grid Battleforce and it can curb stomp Robotrons with ease. However, its main flaw is the Fury Cell itself. Continuous use of it slowly turns Devon evil, and it's said to be a permanent change should he use too many. However, Devon got out of it when all the Fury Cells were used up (one for Tubatron 2.0, two for himself, and the final one he crushed in his hands), and the Red Fury Mode was quickly retired.
  • 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. As such, he's established to be impulsive and not squeaky clean, but he does know when to hit the brakes on that.
  • I Know Mortal Kombat: His skills as a gamer helps him pilot his zord.
  • Jerkass Ball: Seeing Red unintentionally has him grab it, but there's a good reason. Due to owning the Fury Cells, Devon starts to get impatient, reckless, and even lashed out at his fellow Rangers. Even worse, it was discovered that long-term effects would have caused him to become evil. Thankfully, he realizes his mistake, and crushes the final Fury Cell.
  • The Leader: At the end of Evox's Revenge, he's named the leader of the team.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: He gets his own personal blaster, his zord is the only one of the main trio with a Megazord mode, his Beast Bot is the only one that has another function other than piloting the Zords - turning into a personal cycle, and he gets the traditional Battlizer with its own special weapon. He still had to earn his role as a leader though.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: Gains Red Fury Mode in Sound and Fury. However, he loses it in the following episode as the last few Fury Cells are drained.
  • 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 can 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 the leader as he was more level-headed than Ravi or Zoey when the two bickered over who'd take over as leader.
  • Super Mode: Gains Beast-X Mode in Season 2.
  • Super Speed: Thanks to the Cheetah DNA imprinted on him, Devon can move at high levels of speed when morphed. In Beast-X Mode, Devon's cheetah speed is upgraded to near teleportation levels.
  • 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 (because 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 Snakes?: 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.
  • Wolverine Claws: The Cheetah Claws are Red Fury Mode's main weapon, but he has summoned them without the full dangerous upgrade.

Ravi Shaw/Blue Beast Morpher Ranger
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Portrayed By: Jasmeet Baduwalia

Voiced By: Luis Navarro (Latin American Spanish)

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.

  • Afraid of Doctors: Thrills and Drills reveals he hates the dentist due to a bad experience as a child but was willing to get a filling after seeing Nate fight through his fear of spiders.
  • Age Lift: Ryuji from Go-Buster was the oldest of the main trio at 28. Ravi is around the same age as Devon and Zoey.
  • 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 can 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.
  • Hidden Depths: He seems like your typical By-the-Book Cop whose life revolves around Grid Battleforce, but it turns out he's also a really talented sketch artist and painter.
  • In-Series Nickname: Cyber/Robo-Roxie often mockingly calls him "lover boy".
  • The Lancer: His devotion to rules and military upbringing contrasts Devon's laid-back nature, and he appears to be the team's second-in-command.
  • 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.
  • Power Fist: In Beast-X Mode, he can manifest Smash's lower arms over his own, for added punching power.
  • 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.
  • Significant Sketchbook: Keeps a sketchbook in "Tuba Triumph". It's significant because it's how he keeps his love for Roxy alive (sketching pictures of her comatose self) and it plays a part in the episode's Aesop of being true to who you are.
  • Super Mode: Gains Beast-X Mode in Season 2.
  • Super Strength: Thanks to the Gorilla DNA imprinted on him, Ravi has this ability when morphed. In Beast-X Mode, his Gorilla Strength is upgraded so he can create any object from the matter he touches. Also, he can carry more weight without the risk of overheating.
  • 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 the captain of the Grid Battleforce.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: He sometimes favors suplexes and throws in battle.

Zoey Reeves/Yellow Beast Morpher Ranger
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Portrayed By: Jacqueline Scislowski

Voiced By: Erika Ugalde (Latin American Spanish)

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.

  • Action Girl: A given job for her as a female Power Ranger, she is a badass tough-as-nails fighter just like her male teammates and her actress is a skilled martial artist in real life.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Her theme animal is a jackrabbit, which is technically a hare, not a true rabbit-like in Go-Busters.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Much more friendly and outgoing when compared to Yoko, justified in that she lacks the trauma and lack of confidence she went through.
  • Battle Couple: Initially defied because of the rule against Rangers dating Rangers, but in "Secret Struggle", Commander Shaw amends the rules when she sees that the relationship doesn't compromise the team, so Nate and Zoey can become this for real.
  • 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. In Beast-X Mode, her Jackrabbit jumps are upgraded to allow for multi jumps mid-air.
  • 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.
  • Nice Girl: While all the Rangers are nice people by default, Zoey is the kindest of them, often being the first to offer comfort to those in distress.
  • Righteous Rabbit: The Rabbit is her main animal theme.
  • Ship Tease: Becomes friends with Nate right off the bat and has good chemistry with him. Later, this gets used as blackmail by Megan, a candidate for Nate's lab assistant. They both went to the movie separately, but after seeing each other in line decide to go together. Megan films them goofing around afterward and tries to use the "no dating" rule to force Zoey to hire her. Except it wasn't a coincidence; Zoey went because she found out Nate was going and wanted a chance to get to know him better outside of the lab. They both confess their feelings but aren't sure of what to do because of the rule of no dating between Rangers.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only female Ranger in Beast Morphers.
  • Super Mode: Gains Beast-X Mode in Season 2.
  • 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, being part of the program to become a Ranger but 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 a major shade of this, especially being the daughter of news reporter Muriel Reeves.

Nate Silva/Gold Beast Morpher Ranger
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Portrayed By: Abraham Rodriguez

Voiced By: Diego Becerril (Latin American Spanish)

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 cybergate, 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.

  • Adaptational Early Appearance: His counterpart, Masato Jin, doesn't appear until 14 episodes into Go-Busters while Nate is present from the beginning of the show.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Lacks Masato's narcissistic and sarcastic behavior.
  • Adaptation Species Change: His totem animal went from a rhinoceros beetle in Go-Busters to a mantis in Power Rangers.
  • Age Lift: Masato Jin was the oldest of the Go-Busters, while it's hinted that Nate is the youngest of the Rangers.
  • The Artifact: Due to the Adaptation Species Change above, some respects of Nate's mantis theme feel out of place, especially with the Beast Wrecker Zord's Animal mode, which looks almost nothing like a mantis.
  • Badass Bookworm: In the first episode, he proves that he's more than a scientist in a lab coat when he picks up a gun and helps against the evil avatars. This foreshadows him becoming the Gold Ranger.
  • Battle Couple: Initially defied because of the rule against Rangers dating Rangers, but in "Secret Struggle", Commander Shaw amends the rules when she sees that the relationship doesn't compromise the team, so Nate and Zoey can become this for real.
  • Catchphrase: Says "phenomenal" a lot.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: He appears since the first episode as the tech guy, but we don't learn his other role in the series until "The Cybergate Opens".
  • Child Prodigy: He joined Grid Battleforce at the age of six and is currently their chief scientist.
  • Chrome Champion: He becomes the Gold Ranger in the eighth episode.
  • Create Your Own Villain: Source Code reveals that Nate unintentionally and unknowingly resurrected Venjix into Evox by mixing serpent DNA with Morph-X inside Scott Truman's Cell Shift Morpher.
  • Expy:
    • He's Dr. K if RPM weren't such a Crapsack World. And it's more now after the big reveal that he created Evox who is a reincarnation of Venjix. Heck, both he and Dr. K actually interacted with one another!
    • Also shows hints of Cam when it comes to Mission Control and becoming a Ranger later on.
  • Foregone Conclusion: 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.
  • Heroic BSoD: He takes realizing Venjix's revival is partially his fault hard.
  • Meaningful Name: Nate is short for "Nathaniel" which is Hebrew for "gift of God". And Silva is similar to "Silver". So Steel, who becomes the Silver Beast Morphers Ranger, is a gift to him as his long-wished-for brother.
  • Nerd Glasses: He wears the thick-framed variety and is the genius behind everything.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He's the reason that Evox was created because he tampered with Morph-X, snake DNA and the Cell Shift Morpher that had the Venjix Virus in it.
  • Promotion to Opening Titles: In episode 9.
  • Ship Tease: He and Zoey play off of each other well, especially after he becomes a Ranger. In the Valentine's Day Episode, he turns out to have feelings for Zoey when he anonymously sends her flowers. Turns out, she does too. They end up confessing their feelings, but haven't decided what to do because of the anti-fraternization rules.
  • Sibling Team: Whenever he and Steel fight side by side. Because they share DNA, they consider themselves real brothers.
  • 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.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: He survives till the end, unlike Masato.
  • Spiders Are Scary: Seems to have arachnophobia as shown in The Cybergate Opens. He conquers this fear by the end of Thrills and Drills.
  • 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
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Portrayed By: Sam Jellie (As Human)

Voiced By: Jamie Linehan, Sergio Morel (Latin American Spanish)

Originally a robot body that Scrozzle forced Nate to create as a vessel for Evox to possess once he is out of the cyber dimension. Nate managed to sabotage the plan and, through an accident, infused Steel with both scarab beetle DNA and his own human DNA, bringing him to life and turning him into both Nate's Beast Bot and the Silver Ranger.

  • Adaptation Species Change: His totem animal went from a stag beetle in Go-Busters to a scarab in Power Rangers. And thanks to having Nate's DNA, he's part human as opposed to Beet J. Stag who was a full robot.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: Despite his awkward mannerisms, he's actually smarter than Beet J. Stag (though that isn't exactly saying much).
  • Badass Boast: He does this a lot.
  • Berserk Button: Gets irked when called a robot since he's half-human.
  • The Big Guy: Of the Boisterous Bruiser variety. He calls himself "strong as steel", and when the Rangers aren't morphed, he towers above the team.
  • Big Brother Worship: He truly sees Nate as the big brother who can do everything.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Fights with a hammy, upbeat attitude because he enjoys showing off what he can do.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: As a side-effect of having gained full sentience roughly seconds before coming fully online, Steel is a bit off. His It's All About Me behavior, the habit of Narrating the Obvious and Comically Missing the Point, and odd vocal inflection are part of this.
  • Composite Character: His death and rebirth brings back Mack, another robotic Power Ranger who sacrificed himself and was rewarded with humanity, and Kendrix who died in the line of duty to destroy a weapon by passing through a barrier but was also resurrected.
  • Disney Death: Was killed by Evox in the final battle during Evox Unleashed. Once Evox was finally destroyed though, the Morphing Grid (or rather the Morphing Masters as implied in Dino Fury) revived him into a human.
  • Dumb Muscle: He's extremely strong, being a robot. He doesn't care much for intellectual pursuits, instead, he is interested in sports and combat. He slips up a few times, pointing out his flaws when he means to boast. Downplayed in that he's actually more clever than he lets on most of the time.
    Clonetron: You're not as dumb as you look...
    Steel: Ha! Don't let my looks fool you. I'm very, VERY dumb. [pause] Wait...
  • Early-Bird Cameo: His head makes a few fleeting appearances in the episodes leading up to his construction, but it's made to seem like just a piece of random hardware.
  • Endearingly Dorky: His efforts to explore his human side often ventures into this.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: When activated, he was infused with Nate's DNA, along with insect DNA. In the finale, he becomes a complete human.
  • Heroic Sacrifice:
    • Downplayed in Silver Sacrifice as he surrenders himself to protect Ben and Betty even though he knows Evox would be much stronger in his body. Thankfully, Steel's human DNA prevents Evox from possessing him.
    • Played more straight in Rewriting History as he risks his own life climbing up an electrically surged tower to deactivate the Memory Pulsator, and shuts down after getting caught in the explosion. However, that gets subverted when Nate manages to fix him.
    • Then played straight in Evox Unleashed, but it turned into Senseless Sacrifice as it did nothing to stop Evox (thankfully he is brought back to life with the Morphing Grid/Morphing Masters).
  • It's All About Me: Played with. 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. However, he is loyal to the team and is willing to put his life on the line no matter what.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: His ego aside, Steel is a capable and noble member of the team. This is best shown when he was willing to turn himself over to Evox's forces in exchange for Ben and Betty during a hostage situation.
  • Large Ham: Ho boy, is he one.
  • Lovable Jock: Gravitates to sports in his downtime, supportive and friendly all the time.
  • Organic Technology: Like the other Beast Bots, his systems are infused with animal DNA. And also Nate's human DNA.
  • 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.
  • Pinocchio Syndrome: Because he's infused with human DNA, he desires to become human for real. He gets to experience humanity in "The Silva Switch" for a day and becomes a human for good in the series finale.
  • Scarab Power: He's infused with scarab beetle DNA when first activated.
  • Shipper on Deck: He is supportive of the romantic relationship between Nate and Zoey, considering that the former is his genetic brother.
  • Sibling Team: Whenever he and Nate fight side by side. Because they share DNA, they consider themselves real brothers.
  • Simpleton Voice: He's not stupid by any means, but his odd way of talking makes him sound like this vocally.
  • Sixth Ranger: He's the fifth Ranger to join the team, moments after Nate.
  • Token Human: He technically counts for this since unlike the other Beast Bots, he has human DNA and as a result becomes a ranger himself.
  • Token Non-Human: For the Rangers as he's the only non-human Ranger on the team, as well as the only robotic Ranger.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: The civilians of Coral Harbor don't seem to pay much attention to him. Justified in that it's implied that Steel's fellow Beast Bots routinely leave the base to fetch supplies (meaning he isn't the first sentient robot people have seen in public). Also, considering that the city is attacked by Robotrons every week, it's likely people are just happy to meet a robot that isn't trying to kill them.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Despite being a Beast Bot, being infused with Nate's DNA has made him think that he's half-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

Voiced By: Erika Rendón (Latin American Spanish)

The commander of Grid Battleforce, and mother to Ravi.

  • Armor-Piercing Response: In Evox Upgraded when Mayor Daniels finds out Devon is the Red Ranger, he chews out Commander Shaw for putting his son in danger.
    Mayor Daniels: Do you have any idea what it's like to have your child's life in danger?
    Commander Shaw: Respectfully, sir, I do. (Ravi and Zoey run in)
    Ravi: Commander, we're ready to go.
    (Mayor Daniels stunned at them)
    Commander Shaw: Meet my son, Ravi.
  • Berserk Button: Trying to blackmail somebody just to get ahead of your career is enough for Shaw to fire them on the spot. Just ask Megan.
  • Big Good: The Commander of Grid Battleforce.
  • Fantasy-Forbidding Mother: She doesn't approve of Ravi's painting hobby, feeling it's a distraction from his Ranger duties. She eventually does find out about her son's hobby, and while understandably mad that he lied to her, she admits that her anti-art stance was limiting his passion.
  • Parental Substitute: She seems to treat Nate, whose parents are never around, like a second son.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure:
    • In Beast Unleashed, Devon claims that something got into their computer system. While she has him locked up for trespassing, 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.
    • In Sound and Fury, she believed Nate and Zoey when they tell her they were just going to the movies together as friends, and not on a date. Especially when Megan was blackmailing Zoey just to get a job at Grid Battleforce. Ultimately, in "Secret Struggle", she realizes such bonds are what makes a team and resends the "no dating" rule.
    • In The Blame Game, she fires Cody after Steel finds out the former brought an infected hand puppet that led to Nate being possessed by Controlatron. But once it was discovered that Cody himself was possessed, she rehires him.
  • She's a Man in Japan: Her Go-Busters counterpart Takeshi Kuroki was a guy.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Beginning with Season 2, Shaw began to loosen up a little bit as she supports Ravi's artistic passion after he came clean about it, and decided to remove the no dating rule between Nate and Zoey after seeing that their bond together solidifies the team.
  • 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 after he snapped at Ravi during the Battle Simulator run. She does it again to Devon in episode 15 when the Fury Cell was making him more reckless.
    • In episode 12, she called out Nate and Steel for their arguing as it wrecked any teamwork against Clonetron.

Mayor Adam Daniels

Portrayed By: Kevin Copeland

Voiced By: Gerardo Vásquez (Latin American Spanish)

The mayor of Coral Harbor and the father to Devon.

  • Disappointed in You: In "Taking Care of Business", he isn't happy to hear about Devon losing his job at the car wash (due to running off to fight Evox's forces).
    Devon: I'm sorry, dad.
    Mayor Daniels: (coldly) So am I.
  • Endearingly Dorky: 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 that 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, until episode 19 in which he saw Devon de-morphed by Blaze.
  • Out of Focus: After being separated from Evox in "The Evox Snare", he doesn't appear again until the very last episode.
  • Papa Wolf: When Devon ends up kidnapped to the Cyber Dimension, he goes in alone to both rescue him and plant a beacon the other Rangers need to transport there.
  • Properly Paranoid: When he hears the plans Grid Battleforce has 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.
  • So Proud of You: In episode 20 of season 1, he finally gives Devon the recognition the latter always sought for as a Ranger and his son.
  • Uncertain Doom: Evox implies to the Rangers that the real mayor is dead. He's lying, as the team can use the Split Emitters to separate Mayor Daniels and Evox for good in the very next episode.
  • 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.
    • He is also furious since finding out his son is a Power Ranger and he chews out Commander Shaw for putting his boy in danger.
    Mayor Daniels: Do you have any idea what it's like to have your child's life in danger?
    Commander Shaw: Respectfully, sir, I do.

Betty and Ben Burke

Portrayed By: Kristina Ho (Betty) and Cosme Flores (Ben)

Voiced By: Dulce Chino (Betty, Latin American Spanish) and Nacho Córdoba (Ben, Latin American Spanish)

A sibling team of Grid Battleforce security guards. Unfortunately for Grid Battleforce.

  • Adaptational Comic Relief: Compared to Toru Morishita and Miho Nakamura in Go-Busters, they are a lot goofier.
  • 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.
  • Character Development: Their competency gradually improves over the course of the show, going from pure Comic Relief to being that with decent ideas with poor executions, to having genuinely good ideas that go a bit wrong due to something they overlooked, and by the time of the Time Skip at the end of the series occurs they're the ones who tracked down and captured Scrozzle after he fled to Corinth.
  • 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.
  • Idiot Hero: Played with. They aren't stupid, as shown by Ditzy Genius, but they are reckless, clumsy, and prone to oversight.
  • 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.
  • Nepotism: It's implied that the reason they got their jobs is that they are the general's kids.
  • Nice Girl / Nice Guy: They both genuinely wish to assist, be useful and help people, and are also kind and pleasant in general.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: The Time Skip in the finale shows them as officers having had an adventure in Corinth to arrest Scrozzle.
  • Recognition Failure: Betty doesn't recognize Mayor Daniels as, well, the mayor until Zoey calls him that.
  • Rubber Man: Betty gains an elastic body from standing too close to the Cybergate, However, this may only be temporary, since Nate says they'll have to find a way to fix it. By the time of the Season 2 premiere, her body is apparently back to normal. Further proof of this is when she's stuck on a pole, and needs to be rescued by firefighters, instead of stretching down to the ground.
  • Sibling Team: They're brother and sister.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Betty takes it as much as Ben does.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Betty tends to believe they can handle more important and dangerous jobs, with the more humble Ben trying (and failing) to convince her otherwise.
  • Those Two Guys: A duo that mainly shows up to provide some slapstick.

General Burke

Portrayed By: Mark Wright

Voiced By: Santos Alberto (Latin American Spanish)

Head of Grid Battleforce and Ben and Betty's father.

  • Doting Parent: He thinks very highly of Betty and Ben, considering them to be "brilliant", and a great asset to Grid Battleforce.
  • Friend or Idol Decision: In Silver Sacrifice, Burke is forced to decide between handing Steel over to Blaze and Roxy or letting them get away with Ben and Betty. He suffers a Heroic BSoD because of it.
  • 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.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: What became of him after the Time Skip following Evox's defeat is unknown; Commander Shaw was promoted to the same rank as he, suggesting he either retired or was similarly promoted, but it isn't made clear.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: He initially scoffed at the idea of Nate considering Steel his "brother" due to him being a robot, and planned to have him shut down and locked away so Evox couldn't use him as a body. This opinion changed after Steel offered to sacrifice himself to save Ben and Betty.

Click here to see the motorcycle form. 

Voiced By: Kelson Henderson

Devon's Beast Bot, a cheetah that becomes the interface of the Beast Racer Zord. He can also change into Devon's motorcycle.

  • Adaptation Personality Change: Cheedah Nick had No Sense of Direction in the original series; in this one, he is more forgetful in general.
  • Arm Cannon: He had some Wheel Blasters that fit right over his arms.
  • Cool Bike: Can turn into one for Devon to ride.
  • Forgetful Jones: Has trouble remembering things, even his own name.
  • Organic Technology: Like the other Beast Bots, his systems are infused with animal DNA.
  • Panthera Awesome: Cruise is based on the cheetah.
  • Powered Armor: Serves as Devon's Beast-X Mode Armor after being digitized.
  • Transforming Mecha: He can turn himself into a motorcycle for Devon to ride on.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Cruise is a good sharpshooter, and at one point, was able to shoot down a squad of Tronics with no worry. But compared to Steel (who was built for combat regardless if he became a Ranger or not), Cruise gets overwhelmed in close quarters. He ends up deciding to help Devon out in Beast-X mode rather than attempting another field battle.


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.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: Smash is based on the gorilla.
  • 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.
  • Organic Technology: Like the other Beast Bots, his systems are infused with animal DNA.
  • Powered Armor: Serves as Ravi's Beast-X Mode Armor after being digitized.


Voiced By: Emmett Skilton

Zoey's Beast Bot, a jackrabbit who becomes the interface of the Beast Chopper Zord.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Not nearly as snarky, rude and blunt as Usada Lettuce, who frequently butted heads with the other Buddyroids and chastised Yoko for not studying.
  • Brooklyn Rage: Has a noticeable Brooklyn/New York accent to his voice.
  • Hates Being Called Cute: His exact response to Zoey calling him as such.
  • I Take Offense to That Last One!: When Railtron refers to him as a "Worthless little bunny", Jax gets mad.
    "Worthless I can take. But no one calls me little!"
  • Organic Technology: Like the other Beast Bots, his systems are infused with animal DNA.
  • Powered Armor: Serves as Zoey's Beast-X Mode Armor after being digitized.
  • Righteous Rabbit: Jax is based on the jackrabbit.

Muriel Reeves

Portrayed By: Sia Trokenheim

Voiced By: Cony Madera (Latin American Spanish)

A reporter for Channel 10 and Zoey's mother.
  • Abled in the Adaptation: Muriel is alive and well in Power Rangers, unlike her Go-Busters counterpart who was one of the many victims of the HyperSpace incident.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Does not know that her daughter is the Yellow Ranger. It's not until the final episode when Zoey reveals it to her.
  • Intrepid Reporter: The main Channel 10 reporter.


Portrayed By: Colby Strong

Voiced By: Miguel de León (Latin American Spanish)

The original candidate for the Red Ranger powers, only to be forcibly corrupted by Evox, who created an evil Avatar of him. He awoke from his coma following the destruction of his Avatar.

  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Well, Karate Guy. In the first episode, he insists the only way for Devon to learn is to follow his methods and attacks Devon over a slight disagreement. To be fair, Devon got on his bad side by listening to music instead of paying attention in class. Colby Strong thinks that Blaze didn't have a lot growing up and karate was really important to him.
  • 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. Makes you really wonder why Grid Battleforce chose him as the Red Ranger. He gets better come the second season though.
  • Only One Name: His surname is unknown.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: He's a lot less arrogant and on a lot better terms with Devon in Season 2.


Portrayed By: Liana Ramirez

Voiced By: Vanessa Olea (Latin American Spanish)

The original candidate for the Yellow Ranger powers, only to be forcibly corrupted by Evox, who created an evil Avatar of her. She awoke from her coma following the destruction of her Avatar.

  • Nature Lover: Like Zoey, she cares about all living things.
  • Nice Girl: From what we see of her original self, she's this. Definitely not the case for her Avatar self.
  • Official Couple: With Ravi. They had to break it off before becoming Rangers as it was against the rules for Rangers to date other Rangers. However, come the start of Season 2, they're back together.
  • Only One Name: Her surname is unknown, but her aunt's surname is Collins and it is unclear if Roxy shares the same surname as her aunt.


Portrayed By: Madeleine Adams

A former Grid Battleforce Zord Maintenance worker that tried to blackmail her way into becoming Nate's lab assistant and then to discredit him so she could replace him completely, only to get fired after having her actions revealed. She later returns in Season 2 as the creator of the Beast-X King Zord.

  • Ambition Is Evil: Her desire to move up the ranks in Grid Battleforce led her to commit some very unsavory acts.
  • The Atoner: When Megan returns in Season 2, she is fully remorseful of her actions last time, and hopes the Beast-X King Zord is enough to redeem herself in the eyes of Grid Battleforce. It takes a lot for them to come around, but she's forgiven by the end.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: In her first appearance. At first, she seems nice when introduced, but as the episode progresses, she shows her true colors.
  • Blackmail: Megan takes a video of Zoey and Nate hanging out at the movies, and shows Zoey the video. She tells her that unless she wants to lose her job (since it's against regulations for Rangers to date each other), she will let Nate hire her as his assistant.
  • Jerkass: In her first appearance at least. She was willing to blackmail Zoey to up her career at Grid Battleforce.
  • Reformed, but Rejected: Although Megan tries to make amends to the Rangers, they're still skeptical of her, primarily Nate and Zoey.

Captain Chaku

Portrayed By: Jack Buchanan

A member of the G5 Galaxy Police Force. He came down to Earth to destroy Ryjack.
  • Adaptation Species Change: The two Gavans were humans that transform into armoured heroes. Captain Chaku does not have this ability and is more of an alien cyborg.
  • Composite Character: Seems to be a combination of his two Gavan counterparts: Retsu Ichijouji (the original) and Geki Jumonji (his successor and the one that appeared in Go-Busters).
  • Cool Bike: He has a Galactic Interceptor that he can use for ground coverage.
  • Cool Sword: Wields a sword that can be energized.
  • Cyborg: The only way to survive the rigours of crimefighting in outer space is for Chaku to willingly undergo cybernetic enhancement.
  • Depower: After Ryjack's destruction, the Rangers use the Neural Aligners to remove Chaku's cybernetic enhancements and bring him back to full human.
  • Expy: Just as the Metal Hero franchise inspired the original Robocop, Chaku takes inspiration from RoboCop (2014), specifically the Body Horror nature of his cybernetics and the idea that You Can't Go Home Again.
  • Hand Blast: Can fire an Enforcer Laser from his hand.
  • Human Alien: It turns out he's a humanoid alien from the G5 Galaxy.
  • Humongous Mecha: He has a giant dragon robot called Reptilobeast.
  • Mistaken for Terrorist: The Rangers thought he was Ryjack when they first found him, and he couldn't tell them the truth at the time due to speaking in an alien language (as he was running out of energy at the time). Once he was repowered and was able to communicate with Devon in English, everything was cleared up.
  • Mythology Gag: His name is based on the phrase Jouchaku which is what the original Metal Hero said when he transformed.
  • Super Cop: A space police officer who can kick ass. Just like another intergalactic police officer from the previous season.
  • When You Coming Home, Dad?: Chaku has a daughter in the G5 Galaxy named Starlight, but his work at the Galaxy Police Force, along with trying to hide his cybernetic enhancements from her, keeps him from being back with her. It's thanks to the Rangers' efforts that he could go back to her after Ryjack's defeat.


    Returning Characters 

Doctor K.

Portrayed By: Olivia Tennet

A genius scientist who both created the Ranger Operator Series tech and unintentionally let Venjix loose in her dimension. She was called in by Beast Morpher Rangers twice to help out.

  • But Now I Must Go: After helping Nate develop the anti-virus arrow, she goes back to the RPM Dimension to make sure Venjix did not infect Cornith's systems.
  • Character Development: The years since Venjix's defeat have been kind to her as K is more flexible and patient than the last time we saw her.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Her appearance is under the assumption people watched RPM and know that she was behind Venjix's rampage.

Legendary Dino Rangers

Portrayed By: Austin St. John (Jason Lee Scott), Brennan Mejia (Tyler Navarro), James Davies (Chase Randall), Yoshi Sudarso (Koda), Davi Santos (Ivan)

Voiced By: Dan Musgrove (Conner McKnight), Michael Taber (Riley Griffin), Camille Hyde (Shelby Watkins)

A team of previous Dino-themed Power Rangers, brought together by Jason Lee Scott and Devon when Evox was making the Chimera Zord.

  • Ambiguous Situation: The Black and Yellow Mighty Morphin Rangers are the biggest question mark of the team. While it's clearly Billy in blue, and Kimberly would be easily the Pink Ranger as Kat never used the Pterodactyl Power Coin, it's unknown whether it's Zack and Trini or Adam and Aisha using the powers.
  • The Bus Came Back: More so with Jason as it has been 18 years since Forever Red when he last appeared.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: More of an early appearance, but the Dino Charge Rangers appeared two episodes earlier in Finders Keeper.
  • The Faceless: The main trio of Dino Thunder Rangers, Riley and Shelby, and 4 out of the 5 Mighty Morphin team did not appear unmorphed.
  • Vocal Evolution: Austin St. John's voice has deepened considerably since his last appearance in Wild Force.


Voiced By: Richard Simpson

The mentor to the Dino Charge Rangers. He went to the main dimension to make sure Ryjack's relics never got into evil hands, only to be roped into the conflict thanks to Zoey.

  • The Mentor: To the Dino Charge Rangers. He also served one to Devon during Grid Connection, helping him learn more about the wonders of the Morphin Grid.

    Evox Virus Army 

Evox (Venjix)
Click here to see his physical form 

Voiced By: Randall Ewing (Andrew Laing), Rolando de Castro (Latin American Spanish)

An evil sentient computer virus that wants to take over the Morphin Grid. He's actually Venjix, reborn after a young Nate mixed Morph-X and serpent DNA into the infected Cell Shift Morpher.

See here for his tropes as Venjix.

  • Adaptation Species Change: Big holographic human skull in Go-Busters; big holographic snake in Beast Morphers.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: While he's just as ill-tempered as Messiah, he's a lot more patient (though not always) and capable of coming up with his own plans. He also 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 taking over the Morphin Grid. It's especially noticeable when he gets angry - Messiah will devolve into childish raging outbursts, prompting Enter to shut down the connection before Messiah fries his equipment (said equipment is what allows him and others to leave Hyperspace; Messiah actually nearly doomed himself and all of his forces by the sheer intensity of his toddler tantrum.) and his demands occasionally change Enter's (much more practical) plans because he just wasn't patient enough for them. Meanwhile, Evox is shown to deliberately restrain his temper so that his schemes can go through, most notably hating every single second of posing as Mayor Daniels (at one point, he tells Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy that pretending to be the Red Ranger's father sickens him) but going through with it anyway. Evox is the guy Messiah could be if he had enough self-control to get out of his own way, and he is terrifyingly competent for it.
    • Also after the destruction of the Cybergate, he becomes much more willing to stay in the Cyber Dimension and build up his forces, rather than immediately trying to come up with a new plan to escape.
    • In Season 2, while Evox is in possession of Mayor Daniels's body, he's able to accurately mimic his host's behavior and personality such that not even Devon suspects anything.
    • It is likely because Evox is Venjix reborn that his intellect surpasses Messiah's will and power. This is the guy who actually managed to Take Over the World once!
  • Ascended Extra: The Messiah Cell suit was only used in two episodes of Go-Busters before being destroyed, while Power Rangers kept it for the whole second season. Also, Evox is alive and well in season two as opposed to Messiah who perished in the first half of Go-Busters (though he did make a brief return in the second half) and Enter took over as the Big Bad.
  • Bad Boss: By Hangar 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.
    • Subverted later on, when, after declaring that Blaze and Roxy have failed him too many times, he decides that they should be upgraded rather than punished or destroyed.
    • Played straight in "Ranger Reveal", where he shows no sympathy to Blaze and Roxy after Vargoyle steals their plan and merely states that if Vargoyle was smart enough to steal their plan, then he's smart enough to ensure it succeeds.
    • Played straight again at the end of "Rewriting History" where he doesn't even bother acknowledging Vargoyle's death.
    • Averted in "Target Tower" when, after the Avatar Roxy is destroyed, Evox is absolutely furious and accuses Blaze of letting her be destroyed.
    • In general, Evox doesn't treat Scrozzle with much respect, despite him being the most valuable member of Evox's team.
    • In "The Blame Game" Evox insults Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy even though they actually succeeded in their mission this time. Not surprisingly, the two cybervillains have WTF expressions on their faces when this happens.
    • In "Making Bad", Evox shows no sympathy whatsoever to Sledge after Poisandra is destroyed by the Beast Morphers Rangers (Scrozzle, Robo-Blaze, and Robo-Roxy at least try to show sympathy). Then, when Goldar is revived, the first thing Evox has him do is destroy Sledge.
    • In "Source Code" he pretty much sacrifices Robo-Blaze to keep the Rangers busy while Scrozzle infiltrates a Morph-X Tower and uploads the access codes. Also earlier in the episode, he unleashes a shockwave that not only knocks the Rangers back but also destroys the resurrected Spiketron and Slicertron.
    • It's not surprising of his Bad Boss status given that he's actually a reincarnated Venjix, which also means that he doesn't learn a single thing about mistreating his creations, only being nice to whoever pleases him more when it's convenient to him. It's a wonder why nobody tried to go Starscream on him as Shifter and Kilobyte did. Conversely, it's possible he programmed Cybervillain Blaze and Roxy to be blindly loyal to him, and thus did actually learn something from his time as Venjix.
  • Bag of Spilling: He apparently lost the data of the RPM Rangers that he downloaded when he was originally destroyed, as, when Steel fields the Cloud Hatchet on him in the finale, he doesn't just simply delete it like he once did to it and its owners temporarily. For that matter, he seems to have lost the ability to delete powers or even Rangers whose data he downloads, only able to No-Sell their weapons at best.
  • Berserk Button: Does not like it when people try to hack into his machines and steal his data ("Hangar Heist").
    • Also, when Grid Battleforce shuts down the Towers, thereby cutting off his supply of Morph-X ("The Evox Snare") he flies into a rage and practically screams at Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy to get him more Morph-X before the Towers are completely drained.
  • Big Bad: Of Beast Morphers. And as it turns out, Power Rangers RPM as well.
  • Canon Character All Along: The penultimate episode reveals that he's a reincarnation of Venjix, the main antagonist of Power Rangers RPM.
  • Clean Dub Name: You didn't think we'd really have a Power Rangers villain named Messiah, did you?
  • Composite Character: Truly being Venjix reincarnated, he is basically Messiah combined with Go-Onger villains: Hirachimedes and Yogoshimacritein, neither of them being close to the same character.
  • Computer Virus: He is essentially an evil virus that wants to take over the Morphin Grid. Makes sense considering that he's a reincarnated Venjix.
  • The Corrupter: Not only did Evox create evil versions of Blaze and Roxy, but his presence inflicted a set of Weaksauce Weaknesses on the main Rangers.
    • Also, in "Seeing Red", he sends Roxy to trick Devon into using the last Fury Cell, to make him evil forever.
    • It is hinted — and later confirmed — at the end of "Evox Upgraded" that Evox has managed to infect Mayor Daniels with his virus.
  • Dimension Lord: Of the Cyber Dimension, and later the Crystal Dimension.
  • Evil Laugh: He's a computer virus, but that doesn't mean he isn't capable of laughing evilly. That being said, he does this far less often than previous villains, only laughing when he believes himself to be on the cusp of victory.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Like most Power Ranger villains, he has a deep menacing voice. It gets even deeper when he reveals he's Venjix.
  • Expy: Starting in Season 2, he's a lot like Mesogog, in that he's the Big Bad secretly possessing a Ranger's father, though, in this case, Evox has full control over his human form, as opposed to Mesogog and Anton Mercer's Jekyll-Hyde relationship.
    • In fact, the scene in "Secret Struggle" in which the Rangers discover that Mayor Daniels is Evox is very reminiscent of the scene in Dino Thunder in which the Rangers witness Mercer turning into Mesogog.
  • Foreshadowing: Throughout the series, there were minor hints to his origins prior to "Source Code".
    • His infection of the Grid Battleforce's computers hints he was there for years, meaning he might have existed prior to the events of Beast Morphers, especially since he is aware of the existence of the Power Rangers and the Morphin Grid.
    • In the second episode, he refers to the world he and Avatars came from as their Earth dimension, not his own.
    • His MO is not that different from a certain past villain: using robots, infecting systems, and corrupting others to be his minions.
    • He spent the first season wanting a robot body.
    • In season 2, he's already aware of the existence of the vault which contains past Rangers tech.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard:
    • How Evox's new body is destroyed in the Season 1 finale. Nate finds the controls to Evox's teleporter and sets it to bring him back into the Cyber Dimension. He's stuck long enough for his body to get vaporized by the exploding Morph-X Tower. However, Evox's data survives the blast and secretly possesses Mayor Daniels.
    • Possessing Mayor Daniels ultimately backfires, as it's how the Rangers figure out human DNA is his Kryptonite Factor and destroy him for good.
  • Killed Off for Real: After having escaped the destruction of his physical bodies when he was Venjix in RPM, his defeat in the RPM season finale, and the one in this show's first season, Evox/Venjix finally meets his permanent end in the finale of season 2 when the Rangers corrupt his virus with human DNA.
  • Knight of Cerebus: He was already shown to be straight-up serious without any comical traits, but once his identity as Venjix is revealed the stakes become much higher and much more serious for the Rangers.
  • Kryptonite Factor: While he can withstand it for awhile, human DNA begins corrupting his data to a life threatening degree if he's exposed to too much of it as it risks destroying his actual virus rather than the body he's inhabiting. This is one reason Steel becomes unviable as a host and its physically dangerous to possess Mayor Daniels. Morph-X can remedy this to a degree, but he makes it clear, both because he loathes it and for this reason, he only continues possessing Mayor Daniels because of how extremely useful it is. This is ultimately how the Rangers destroy him.
  • Logical Weakness: Venjix kept surviving because his virus could Body Surf if his current body was destroyed, being an immaterial computer virus. He's still composed of data and data can be corrupted and rendered unusable, which can destroy him for good. The Rangers figure out human DNA does this to him, and finally destroy him once and force all by pumping him full of it until he's completely corrupted.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: As the Morphin’ Grid exists in most universes, his goal to take control of it would result in this. He was also this from the very beginning, as the Venjix virus originated from another universe. This time it fails.
  • Mysterious Past: For most of the series, where he came from and who created him is never established. Evox actually alludes to this near the end of Season 2.
    Evox: Oh Scrozzle... I have a very dark past. (evil laugh)
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: He is utterly devoid of any sense of humor. While Blaze, Roxy, and Scrozzle often engage in banter and puns, Evox is very straight-to-the-point. Justified due to being a reincarnation of Venjix, one of the darkest and cruelest characters in all of Power Rangers.
  • One-Winged Angel: Takes on a gigantic red body after absorbing a Morph-X Tower.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Once he takes control of the Morphin Grid and goes One-Winged Angel, he makes it very clear he plans to wipe out all of humanity as he nearly did in the RPM Universe. It’s also likely that considering the multiversal nature of the Morphin Grid, he’d try to do this to more worlds afterwards.
  • Out of Continues: Venjix has had a long record of surviving apparent deaths. However, this time his virus is corrupted and destroyed directly, rather than just the body he's inhabiting.
  • 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 king cobra). This is because he was created by combining snake DNA, Morph-X, and fragments of the Venjix virus.
  • Returning Big Bad: Evox is the combination of snake DNA, Morph-X, and Venjix from Power Rangers RPM.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Only in Season 1. 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 and a robot body of sufficient strength. When he gets his own body in Season 2, Evox becomes a lot more active in the plans.
    • Also, for most of the series, the majority of his original data is trapped inside Scott Truman's cell shift morpher, until the penultimate episode when Evox breaks into the Vault and absorbs the Venjix data from the morpher.
  • Significant Anagram: His actor, Randall Ewing, is an anagram of Andrew Laing with an extra L. The finale confirms that "Ewing" was Laing reprising his role all along.
  • Spoiled by the Merchandise: invoked 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 — which is confirmed by the Season 1 finale "Evox Upgraded".
    • Also the early descriptions for the upcoming Robo-Blaze and Beast-X armor action figures indicated that Evox survived his apparent destruction at the end of Season 1 and would continue to be the main antagonist in Season 2.
  • The Sociopath: Still fits this trope even reincarnated.
  • Sssssnake Talk: Downplayed in the first few episodes, but becomes more and more prevalent as the season progresses. As "Source Code" reveals, his snake voice and avatar are the results of Nate accidentally combining snake DNA with the Venjix virus.
    • After absorbing the rest of Venjix's data from Scott's morpher, Evox drops the snake voice altogether, and instead assumes a non-robotic version of Venjix's original voice.
  • That Man Is Dead: In "Secret Struggle", he says this of Mayor Daniels as he fully takes over.
    Evox: No... I am not your father! (blasts Rangers away) The mayor is gone. Best you forget about him.
  • Trailers Always Spoil: The First Look trailer for Season 2 reveals that not only does Evox survive the events of the Season 1 finale, but he manages to regenerate his body. The Extended Trailer reveals he is possessing Mayor Daniels' body, and can transform at will between his human and robot form.
  • Walking Spoiler: Hooooo boy, his true identity is one of the biggest twists in all of Power Rangers history.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: He cannot possess anything with human DNA in it, as revealed when he tries and fails to take control of Steel, though the final scene of "Evox Upgraded" seems to imply that Evox has found a way around this.
    • As "Save Our Shores" reveals, he can possess human bodies, however, doing so corrupts his virus. Also, he needs a steady supply of Morph-X to maintain his Mayor Daniels persona. Otherwise, he'll risk reverting to his original form which happens in front of the Rangers during Secret Struggle.
    • Evox's weakness to human DNA ultimately proves to be his downfall during the final battle, when Devon, Ravi, Zoey, and Nate channel their human DNA into their Megazord's sword and impale Evox with it, corrupting his systems and destroying him permanently.
  • Wham Line: One of the biggest in Power Rangers history during the final episodes.
    • His voice even shifts back to Venjix's original tone as he says this.

Blaze Avatar
Click here  to see him morphed.

Portrayed By: Colby Strong

Voiced By: Miguel de León (Latin American Spanish)

An evil Avatar of the original Red Ranger candidate. He was created by Evox and serves as one of his Generals in Season One.

  • Adaptational Wimp: His counterpart Enter was the The Dragon with high intelligence and always proved to be a serious threat to the Go-Busters, who eventually ascended to become the Big Bad and Final Boss of the series. While still a capable fighter and general of Evox, Blaze is not treated as much of a threat.
  • Adaptational Personality Change: Enter from Go-Busters was calm and logical, while Blaze is hot-headed and brash.
  • 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.
  • Decomposite Character: He may have Enter's role and costumes, but Enter's level-headedness and planning went to Evox.
  • Dumb Muscle: Zig-Zagged. He's not stupid by any means, however, being the main fighter of the villains alongside his arrogant attitude, tends to make more hasty and reckless decisions compared to the more logical-thinking Roxy and Scrozzle, most notably when he attempted to shield himself from one of Devon's attacks using Scrozzle's Robotron Maker, causing it to be destroyed in the process. Due to this he often becomes the victim of Evox's abuse and threats.
  • Expy: To Jungle Fury's Jarrod. The original candidate to being the leader of the team, but was corrupted by the main antagonist, as well as showing an arrogant attitude.
  • 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. This proves to be true in Evox Upgraded when the real Blaze reawakens after Avatar Blaze is destroyed.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Both versions of Blaze have shown to be very quick to anger.
  • Hero's Evil Predecessor: To Devon
  • Jerkass: While the original Blaze had a rather nasty temper, Avatar Blaze is a full-blown condescending jerk.
  • Killed Off for Real: Devon destroys Avatar Blaze in Evox Upgraded.
  • 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.
  • The Rival: Mainly to Devon.


Portrayed By: Colby Strong

A robot created by Evox serving as Avatar Blaze's replacement.

  • Death Is Cheap: At the end of Save Our Shores, it's revealed that should Robo-Blaze die in battle, Scrozzle can simply recreate him by downloading his data into a new robot body. At least until "Fossil Frenzy", where Robo-Roxy's latest attempts in trying to upgrade herself further fried the Robo Maker, meaning he only has one life left.
  • Decomposite Character: Robo-Blaze uses Enter's Unite suit for his Ranger form instead of Avatar Blaze using Enter's Dark Buster suit.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Enter's final fate was against the Go-Busters "Volcanick All Buster Attack"note . In Power Rangers Robo-Blaze was destroyed by Nate with the Beast-X Ultra King Bow.
  • Killed Off for Real: He's destroyed for good in Source Code.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: In "The Silva Switch", he powers himself up using the villains' entire Morph-X reserves, making him strong enough to crush the entire Ranger team by himself. This boost in strength lasts for the rest of the season.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite their rivalry, he's actually saddened by Robo-Roxy's destruction.
  • Replacement Goldfish: A brand new copy of Blaze to replace his destroyed Avatar.
  • Royal Rapier: He wields a rapier as his main weapon.
  • Secondary Color Nemesis: His robot form is orange.
  • Skunk Stripe: Has a blond streak on the lift of his bangs.

Roxy Avatar
Click here  to see her morphed.

Portrayed By: Liana Ramirez

Voiced By: Vanessa Olea (Latin American Spanish)

An evil Avatar of the original Yellow Ranger candidate. She was created by Evox and serves as one of his Generals in Season One.

  • 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 opposed 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.
  • Adaptational Modesty: She's hardly the Ms. Fanservice Escape was.
  • The Baroness: She's an attractive-looking girl while a very evil mindset. She attempted to use Ravi's love for the real Roxy against him, showing a sense of manipulation and a bit of seduction under her belt.
  • Combat Tentacles: Capable of shooting wires from her arms to wrap around her enemies.
  • Dark Action Girl: Avatar Roxy.
  • Death by Adaptation: Of the "dies sooner" variety.
  • 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. This proves to be true in Target Tower when the real Roxy reawakens after Avatar Roxy is destroyed.
  • Hero's Evil Predecessor: To Zoey.
  • Killed Off for Real: Ravi destroys Avatar Roxy in Target Tower.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The Rival: To Scrozzle. Later, Blaze and Vargoyle.


Portrayed By: Liana Ramirez

A robot created by Evox serving as Avatar Roxy's replacement.

  • Aborted Arc: Near the end of "The Silva Switch" after Robo-Blaze has powered himself up by secretly siphoning off Morph-X from Evox's personal stash, Robo-Roxy vows to find out how he's managed to make himself so powerful. However, she never does follow up on this in the next episode, which also happens to be her last one.
  • Big "NO!": Says this as part of her final words.
  • Broken Pedestal: In "Making Bad", she suggested using Ryjack's Reanimizer to bring back Astronema... only to find out (to her disgust) that Astronema went through a Heel–Face Turn and became good.
    "To think I looked up to her!"
  • Death Is Cheap: At the end of Save Our Shores, it's revealed that should Robo-Roxy die in battle, Scrozzle can simply recreate her by downloading her data into a new robot body. At least until Fossil Frenzy, where her latest attempts in trying to upgrade herself further fried the Robo Maker, meaning she only has one life left.
  • Decomposite Character: Robo-Roxy uses Escape's original purple Evolve suit for her ranger form, as opposed to Avatar Roxy who uses a yellow-colored Escape Evolve suit with a slightly different helmet configuration.
  • Fatal Flaw: Her desire for more power. With a strong desire to destroy the Power Rangers, and not wanting to be out of Evox's favor any longer, Robo-Roxy searches for more powerful DNA to merge with. What happens is her getting stronger... but at the cost of the Robo Maker as it fries due to mixing her robot base with dinosaur DNA. That costs the Robo-Generals their only means of being rebuilt.
  • Killed Off for Real: Dies permanently in Fossil Frenzy.
  • One-Winged Angel: In her final battle, she absorbs matter around her and grows into a grotesque Gigadrone.
  • Replacement Goldfish: A brand new copy of Roxy to replace her destroyed Avatar.
  • Secondary Color Nemesis: Her robot form is purple.
  • Skunk Stripe: Has purple highlights in her hair.
  • Super Mode: Receives a more powerful form after mixing her robot base with flower DNA. She gets an even more powerful form three episodes later by mixing her robot base with dinosaur DNA.


Voiced By: Campbell Cooley, Luis Alfonso Mendoza (Latin American Spanish)

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 the former 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. He does, though even he wasn’t aware at first.
  • 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. Also, when Vargoyle shows up looking for the Fury Cells, Scrozzle throws Blaze and Roxy under the bus by telling Vargoyle the avatars are the ones who lost the cells. He's not wrong on that last part through.
  • The Dragon: Steel describes him as Evox's right-hand man, though Cybervillain Blaze and Roxy would beg to differ.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: In "Making Bad". He initially suggests using Ryjack's Reanimizer to bring back Lord Zedd. But after Robo-Roxy shows the group footage of Zedd double-crossing the Machine Empire, Scrozzle disgustedly calls Zedd a "slimeball".
  • 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. He also created Vargoyle.
  • In-Series Nickname: Sometimes referred to as "Scrozz", or more often, "Scrozzie".
  • Meaningful Name: His name is derived from a computer programming term describing a self-modifying code segment that runs incorrectly and corrupts the running program or vital data. As the monster maker of Beast Morphers, he corrupts everyday objects by turning them into Robotrons.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: His design leans less towards the monsters of Go-Busters/Beast Morphers and more towards that of Go-Onger/RPM, more specifically his human-like face and hodge-podge armor.
  • No Respect Guy: If it weren't for him, Evox's forces would have been trapped in the Cyber Dimension forever. Not to mention he provides them with all their soldiers and Gigadrones. None of them (especially Evox) have ever shown him any real gratitude or respect for everything he does for them.
  • Not Quite Dead: Despite seemingly being destroyed in "Scrozzle's Revenge", he returns in Season 2, alive and well.
  • The Rival: To Blaze and Roxy. He tries to win Evox's favor and convince him that he's superior to the Avatars/robot versions.
  • Seen It All: He quickly identifies Blaze and Roxy as Avatars, and recognizes Morph-X as being made out of "pure morphing energy" at a glance.
  • Sole Survivor: He's the only villain who survives the events of Beast Morphers.
  • Third-Person Person: Often refers to himself in the third person.
  • Trailers Always Spoil: The First Look trailer for Season 2 reveals that he survived the events of "Scrozzle's Revenge".
  • Undying Loyalty: Despite that he swore to work for Evox out of cowardice and that he shows no gratitude for his efforts, Scrozzle is surprisingly very loyal towards his master. He doesn't at any point attempt to break free from Evox like, say, leaving him and the avatars stranded in the Cyber Dimension. Despite Evox's predicament in season 2, Scrozzle is still helping him and was even there to aid his master after he and Mayor Daniels were seperated.
  • Villain of Another Story: Before meeting Evox and his forces, Scrozzle was a creator of robots, and worked together with Vargoyle for some time before the discovery of the Fury Cells turned Vargoyle against him.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Surprisingly averted; despite being both a robot and a Power Rangers villain. He defies all odds and is arrested instead of being destroyed at the end of the series.


Voiced By: Jamie Linehan

An early creation of Scrozzle, who rebelled against his creator after absorbing the Fury Cells' energies. After the tracks Scrozzle down to the Cyber Dimension, Evox recruits him, promising to reward him with the Beast power data Roxy has been collecting.

  • The Ace: In his debut he proves himself to be a stronger fighter than Blaze and Roxy as well as a competent strategist, making him one of the ranger's most dangerous opponents during this time. The only reason he is ultimately destroyed is that Blaze and Roxy convince Scrozzle to stop helping him.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: His Go-Busters counterpart showed a certain amount of respect to his opponents. Vargoyle goes out of his way to mock Steel when he's down. He also steals Blaze and Roxy's plan for a Memory Pulsator and rubs it in their faces when they protest. In his final episode, he destroys Steel's "pet" potted plant out of pure spite.
  • All Your Powers Combined: Using the data chips collected by Roxy, he gains the Beast powers of the three core rangers, giving him Devon's cheetah speed, Ravi's gorilla strength, and Zoey's jackrabbit leaping. However, the data chip uses up a lot of Morph-X just to use all three, and in his final fight against Devon, he only had enough for the cheetah speed.
  • Actor Allusion: Jamie Linehan also voices Steel, whose nemesis Vargoyle would become, and in Super Ninja Steel, he voiced Brax, another villain who pretended to be weak to get the Rangers to let their guard down.
  • Arc Villain: For episodes 16-18 of Season 1.
  • Ascended Extra: He was Danganroid, a standard Monster of the Week. While Danganroid lasted one episode, Vargoyle lasted three. This also applies to Danganroid 2, who became Vargoyle's new and improved form.
  • Back from the Dead: He's revived by Ryjack in the second season, this time with a golden-colored version of his body.
  • Composite Character: A combination of the two Danganroid models from Go-Busters.
  • The Dreaded: Scrozzle is utterly terrified of him.
  • Dreadlock Warrior: The ammunition belts coming from the back of his head resemble dreadlocks.
  • Extra Eyes: He has four eyes. On one side of his face.
  • Evil Is Petty: He destroys Steel's pet plant Spot out of spite for Steel getting in his way.
  • Fake Memories: Alters the memories of everyone in Coral Harbor to forget that Evox tampered with the original Rangers project and think that Blaze and Roxy became the Red and Yellow Rangers. Only fails because Steel's half robotic nature makes him immune to alteration and Devon retains his super-speed despite believing himself to be a civilian.
  • Guttural Growler: Speaks with a low, raspy voice.
  • Karmic Death: His jerkish treatment of Blaze and Roxy proved to be his undoing when they set him up to be destroyed by Devon.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Even before Evox rewards him with the Beast Powers upgrade, he is incredibly strong, agile and fast. He demonstrates this in his debut episode by effortlessly tossing Steel around like a ragdoll.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: While ranting about Scrozzle, he accidentally clues Devon and Steel in on the location of the Memory Pulsator.
  • The Rival: To Steel, Blaze, and Roxy. Also to Devon, albeit to a lesser extent.
  • Turned Against Their Masters: One of Scrozzle's early creations, Vargoyle turned on him after being empowered by a Fury Cell.
  • Wounded Gazelle Gambit: In his first fight against the Rangers, he held back to appear weaker than a normal Robotron. However, once it was just him and Steel, he decided to get serious and decimate the Ranger. Scrozzle notes that Vargolye has a habit of doing that.


Voiced By: Kevin Keys

An intergalactic alien criminal that acts as an ally to Evox's Army.
  • Awesome Aussie: He is portrayed with a thick Australian accent.
  • Canon Foreigner: Ryjack is the first Metal Hero monster to appear as an antagonist in Power Rangers. Previous times had them either as background monsters or recycled for original monsters.
  • Composite Character: Can be considered one to both the Rhino Doubler that appeared in Go-Busters, and the original Sai Doubler from Gavan.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Has a shield on hand.
  • Make My Monster Grow: He is capable of growing by himself with a device he found in Andresia. This is notable as the Beast Morpher Rangers never experienced a Robotron to grow giant-sized as Gigadrones filled the slot.
  • Mooks: Has an army of Putty Patrollers and Vivixs at his disposal.
  • Necromancer: Has a Reanimizer that allows him to resurrect defeated opponents, just as long as an object of the deceased still exists. He revived Vargoyle using one of his old swords.
  • Poisonous Person: His "horn shock" attack can infect its targets with a venom that can be lethal if they aren't treated quickly.
  • Punny Name: Ryjack sounds a lot like hijack.
  • Restraining Bolt: Every monster Ryjack revives has a Compliance Collar on them. This forces them to do his bidding no matter what.
  • Rhino Rampage: He's an alien-based rhino.
  • Saying Too Much: In "The Greater Good". After rejecting Evox's "offer" of bringing his collection to the Crystal Dimension, he lets slip that his spaceship is hidden somewhere on Earth, allowing Evox's forces to locate it after his death.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Despite only appearing in two episodes, he had quite an effect on the series; If he hadn't shown up when he did, Evox and Scrozzle would have been stuck in the Crystal Dimension forever (having used up all their Morph-X supplies at that point). And after his death, his Reanimizer, along with his collection of weapons once used by the Power Rangers' enemies, are used to bring back Snide and Goldar, setting up the series team-up with the Dino-themed Rangers.
  • Super Toughness: He shrugs off multiple punches from Devon in "The Greater Good", mockingly claiming that he has "thick skin".

Goldar Maximus

Voiced By: Paul Harrop (Making Bad)/Adrian Smith (Grid Connection)

A reincarnation of the original Goldar brought back to life by Evox.
  • Back from the Dead: Is revived from his sword and enhanced with diamonds.
  • Came Back Strong: The original Goldar was no slouch to begin with; Before Villain Decay set in, he was capable of fighting all five original Rangers at once. Not only has his Villain Decay been reversed completely, but he was also intentionally revived more powerful than before. When Goldar Maximus is brought into being, he proves how dangerous he is by easily overpowering, then destroying, Sledge. He's now so powerful it takes three separate Ranger teams combining all their weapons to put him down this time.
  • Composite Character: Technically is this as Neo-Grifforzer was just an "embodiment clone" of Goldar's original sentai counterpart
  • The Dragon: To Evox during the three-part team-up.
  • The Heavy: Serves as this for the three-part team up, as while Evox is the Big Bad and the final boss with his Chimera Zord, Goldar Maximus does most of the heavy lifting and leg work and is the one who forces the team up in the first place.


Purple robotic warriors used by Evox. They were created by Scrozzle to protect himself from Vargoyle.


In General:

  • Adapted Out: Keshigomuloid, Sprayloid 2, MegaZordloid, Kentateloid, and Omochiloid were not adapted from Go-busters. Jishakuloid and Karateloid were also cut out, but they were mentioned in the Gigadrone folder as their Megazord counterparts were adapted.
  • Extra Eyes: Each Robotron has at least four eyes.
  • NameTron: The Robotrons end their names with "Tron". Cycletron, Needletron, Digitron, Burnertron etc.


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.


Voiced By: Rowan Bettjeman

A syringe and medical equipment-themed Robotron Blaze created from a bicycle pump. He was sent to steal Morph-X from the X-Bikes.

  • Adaptation Species Change: Needletron's Go-Buster counterpart was created from a syringe, rather than a bicycle pump.
  • Arm Cannon: His right needle arm works like this, firing a turquoise blast strong enough to demorph Devon and Ravi.
  • The Artifact: His medical theme due to the change in creation.
  • 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.
  • No Body Left Behind: Subverted. His needle arm survived the destruction, allowing Blaze to continue his mission.
  • Oh, Crap!: His reaction to Zoey's Morph-X Cannon.
  • Pungeon Master: Likes making sharp-based puns.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears on screen for a brief battle before being destroyed. However, his needle arm survives the destruction and is used by Blaze to continue siphoning Morph-X from the X-Bikes.


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 
  • Adaptational Late Appearance: His Go-Buster counterpart was the first Monster of the Week to appear, but he was the third monster in Power Rangers to appear.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: His Shovel Arm can work like this.


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.
  • Acid Attack: Can spray acid at his opponents.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: Downplayed, but Meltatron can speak in coherent sentences as opposed to his Go-Busters counterpart who only said "loid" in his appearance.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Was made from an acid tank in Power Rangers rather than a fire extinguisher like in Go-Busters.
  • Arm Cannon: Has one that can spray out acid.


Voiced By: Jeremy Birchall

A cargo train-themed Robotron Blaze and Roxy created from a locomotive. He was sent to sabotage the Beast Bots by stealing their memories.
  • Adaptational Villainy: His role in stealing the Beast Bots' memories is a lot more effective than how his Go-Busters counterpart's mission went, which was to gather enough Enertron to launch more Megazords than the normal one limit. Also, Beast Morphers edits out some of the 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.
  • 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.
  • You Shall Not Pass!: His second objective was to keep the Rangers from stopping the cybergates activation, along with saving Nate.


Voiced By: Julian Wilson

An antenna-themed Robotron Roxy and Blaze created from an antenna. He was made to tap into Grid Battleforce's communications to find Steel.


Voiced by: Daniel Watterson
A drill-themed Robotron Roxy created from a dark blue drill. He was installed with a power chip to scan the Ranger's abilities.
  • Big "NO!": His final words upon destruction.
  • Dig Attack: With his drills, he can burrow underground and attack from the ground.
  • This Is a Drill: Up to Eleven in this case, as Drilltron is covered in them. He even has an agitator on his right arm.


Voiced By: Darren Young

A wrench-themed Robotron Roxy created from a wrench. He was installed with a power chip to scan the Ranger's abilities.


Voiced by: Hamish McGregor/Jamie Linehan (Steel disguise)

Portrayed by: Daniel Watterson (Copier man disguise)/Abraham Rodriguez (Nate disguise)

A copy machine-themed Robotron Blaze created from a photocopier.

  • All There in the Manual: His name was never said out loud. The closest we get was when Scrozzle was launching Clonedrone from the Cyber Dimension, and the computer announced what the Robotron's data was being used.
  • Arm Cannon: His clone scanner can double as a blaster.
  • Shapeshifting: With his clone scanner, he can copy anybody's appearance and voice.


Voiced By: Joseph Wycoff

A tuba-themed Robotron Roxy created from a tuba. He was installed with a power chip to scan the Ranger's abilities.

  • All for Nothing: Tubatron had a power chip installed so he could record Devon's cheetah speed. While it did succeed in recording said ability, a stray blast fried the chip, making it worthless for Scrozzle.
  • Musical Assassin: With his tuba horn, he can emit a sonic blast to repel his opponent. After receiving an upgrade from Scrozzle, these blasts became strong enough to knock a victim unconscious.


Voiced By: Felix Becroft

A spike-themed Robotron.

  • Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Source Code.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Has a fork-like weapon for a right hand.
  • Dub Name Change: Spiketron's Go-Buster counterpart was called Forkloid, but since it's never clear on what was used to create him, the writers decided to change it to Spiketron (possibly to make it sound more threatening).
  • Made of Iron: Shrugged off a kick to the face by Devon, and being slashed by the Striker Sabers only made him stumble.
  • Spikes of Villainy: Can't be called Spiketron if it didn't have spikes poking out of him.

Tubatron 2.0

Voiced By: Joseph Wycoff

A second tuba-themed Robotron Blaze created, and empowered with a Fury Cell.

  • Big "NO!": His final words upon destruction.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: With the Fury Cell, he was strong enough to overpower all five of the Rangers with ease. However, he soon got on the curb stomp end once Devon acquired Fury Mode.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Go-Busters, he was destroyed by the main trio with their Ichigan Busters. In Power Rangers, he's destroyed by Devon's Cheetah Slash.
  • Musical Assassin: Like his predecessor, he can emit a sonic blast to repel his opponent from his tuba horn. The Fury Cell made him even more powerful as his sonic blasts were able to break the Ranger's arsenal
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: He is the first monster to give all five rangers a hard time. It eventually took Devon's Red Fury Mode to take him out for good.


Voiced By: Cameron Rhodes

A candle-themed Robotron Roxy created from a candle. He was installed with a power chip to scan the Ranger's abilities, and given the final Fury Cell to corrupt Devon.
  • Adaptational Badass: His Go-Buster counterpart Rousokuloid's main schtick was hypnotizing people, and not much else. While Burnertron doesn't have hypnotic powers, he's made into one of Beast Morphers strongest monsters.
  • All There in the Manual: He was never named on-screen, with his name only revealed in the credits.
  • Arm Cannon: Has one on its right arm, but never used it.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: The source of his power was the flame on his head. Once it was extinguished, he was left weak enough to be finished off.
  • Dub Name Change: In Go-Busters, there is a Burneroid, but it's not this one. (This caused some confusion in the toyline. Since most monsters have the same name as their sentai counterparts aside from 'roid' and 'zord' becoming 'tron' and 'drone,' the toymakers reasonably assumed Burneroid would become Burnertron. Then the candle guy becomes Burnertron while Burneroid becomes Infernotron. Whoops!)
  • Improbable Weapon User: He wields a candlestick as a lance, which can also reflect attacks.


Voiced By: Mark Mitchinson

A jet turbine-themed Robotron.
  • Adaptation Species Change: As the name implies, he was made from a jet turbine rather than a fan like his Go-Busters counterpart was made from.
  • Blow You Away / Weapons That Suck: With his chest fan, he can create powerful gusts of wind, either sucking his enemies in or blowing them away.
  • Flight: Given that he is essentially a man-sized jet, he has this ability.
  • Shout-Out: Maybe unintentional, but he almost looks like Airman from Mega Man 2.
  • Verbal Tic: He sounds like a fighter pilot.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Is only around to have a brief fight with Ravi before being destroyed, with his Gigadrone counterpart appearing much later into the episode. This was likely so that the episode could focus more on Vargoyle's introduction instead.


Voiced By: Paul Harrop

A light bulb/cotton candy machine-themed Robotron. Vargoyle sent him as a distraction while he planted the Memory Pulsator.
  • Attack Reflector: With his Lightning Rods, he can redirect energy right back at the Rangers.
  • Berserk Button: Took offence when Devon called him a light bulb.
  • Big "NO!": His final words upon destruction.
  • Dual Wielding: Wields two Lightning Rods.
  • We Need a Distraction: His main role. It worked as, while the Rangers destroyed him, Vargoyle was able to plant the Memory Pulsator with no problem.


Voiced By: Paul Harrop

A flame/blowtorch-themed Robotron.

Drilltron 2.0

Voiced By: Robert Mignault

A red-colored drill-themed Robotron that helped Scrozzle steal some spilled Morph-X.
  • Foil: He's a little more aggressive than his predecessor.
  • Palette Swap: He's a red recolor of the original Drilltron. This was originally from Go-Busters.
  • This Is a Drill: Like his predecessor, Drilltron 2.0 is covered in them.


Voiced By: Derek Judge

A cage-themed Robotron Scrozzle created from a small metal cage.
  • Arm Cannon: Has two wrist-mounted ones on both arms.
  • The Jailer: Could create cages out of thin air.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Although his role was minor, it was his actions that allowed Scrozzle to create Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy, giving Evox his two generals again.


Voiced By: Lori Dungey

A game controller themed Robotron the Robo-generals created from Kerry's video game controller.
  • Adaptational Species Change: Gamertron was made from a video game controller. Her '"Go-Busters'' counterpart, Filmloid, was made from a movie projector.
  • Ascended Extra: The Ranger Clones were used only once in Go-Busters, where Power Rangers used them twice. They're also stronger than in Go-Busters as they forced the main trio to retreat.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Could fight with just her fists.
  • Gamer Chick: Her dialogue is based on gaming pop culture, and she's a female Robotron.
  • Psycho Rangers: Had the ability to create hard light copies of the main trio.
  • She's a Man in Japan: Her Go-Busters counterpart Filmroid was a male.


Voiced by: John Leigh

Portrayed by: Kelson Henderson

A key-themed Robotron Robo-Roxy created from a padlock. He was sent to sabotage Grid Battleforce.

  • A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Using some Morph-X, Scrozzle disguises Keytron as a French artist.
  • Adaptational Species Change: Keytron was made from a padlock, while Keyloid was made from a key chain.
  • Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Source Code.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: His key arm can double as a blunt weapon.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Go-Busters, he was destroyed by Blue Buster and Beet Buster's Ichigan Buster Special Buster Mode and Morphin Blaster respectively. In Power Rangers, he was destroyed by Devon's Beast-X Ultra Blaster.
  • Mad Bomber: Had some explosive paint to use for sabotage.
  • Master Actor: While disguised as Pierre, he used an impressive French accent.
  • Power Nullifier: Half of his powers, the other half being able to unlock doors. Keytron can use his key arm to lock up any device from usage. He used it on the Ranger's Transporters so they couldn't summon their weapons.
  • Pungeon Master: Tended to make key-based jokes.


Voiced By: Joel Tobeck

An hourglass-themed Robotron that was tasked with absorbing technology.
  • The Artifact: His red right arm due to the trope below.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Dished one out to all five Rangers and nearly killed them. After the core three got their Beast-X Modes, however, the curb stomp was the other way around.
  • Demoted to Extra: Digitron's Go-Busters counterpart was part of the Messiah Metaloids, which were created from data cards that held the remains of Messiah in the second half of the Sentai. Here, Digitron is treated no differently than a normal Robotron.
  • Energy Absorption: He gets stronger after absorbing technology around him, especially after absorbing Cruise.
  • Technicolor Fire: Capable of throwing a blue fireball, his strongest attack.
  • The Worf Effect: Went from being a tough opponent to being on the end of a Curb-Stomp Battle against three Beast-X powered Rangers.


Voiced By: Rowan Bettjeman

A puppet-themed Robotron Scrozzle created from a hand puppet. He was tasked with capturing Nate for Evox's plan.
  • Adapted Out: In Go-Busters, the puppet on his hand was said to be where his brain resided. There's no mention of that here.
  • The Artifact: His red right leg due to the trope below.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: His puppet theme might be ridiculous, but he's one of the most effective and successful Robotrons in the series.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: He does this by creating virus-laced hand puppets that look like his victims, and once they touch them, he has them.
  • Demoted to Extra: Controlatron's Go-Busters counterpart was part of the Messiah Metaloids, which were created from data cards that held the remains of Messiah in the second half of the Sentai. Here, Controlatron is treated no differently than a normal Robotron.
  • Squishy Wizard: Controlatron is not the best Robotron for fighting as he prefers to control others to do the fighting for him.


Voiced By: Dallas Barnett

A dumbbell/weight-themed Robotron created by Robo-Blaze. He was tasked with draining Morph-X.
  • Adapted Out:
    • Not himself, but his Gigadrone counterpart did not make an appearance after his destruction. It was possibly because he shared Boxed In with Boxertron and there was not enough time to include DumbbellZord.
    • An interesting note, however, is that Boxertron's Beta Gigadrone uses Dumbelltron's weapon and is actually a recolor of the unused Gigadrone, and could be seen as a (likely unintentional) replacement for DumbbellZord.
  • Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Evox Unleashed.
  • Demoted to Extra: Dumbbelltron's Go-Busters counterpart had his own episode, but here, he shared it with Boxertron.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Wields a giant barbell as his main weapon.
  • Mad Bomber: Can throw explosive dumbbells like grenades.


Voiced By: Peter Daube

A giant stadium-themed Robotron created by Robo-Blaze when he infects a giant arena dome. His main mission was to trap Devon and destroy him.
  • The Artifact: His red boxing gloves and red boots due to the trope below.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Has two boxing gloves for weapons.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: He's huge, he's loud, and he'll definitely pound you to the ground.
  • The Big Guy: Quite literally in this case given that he's the size of a building.
  • Demoted to Extra:
    • Boxertron's Go-Busters counterpart was part of the Messiah Metaloids, which were created from data cards that held the remains of Messiah in the second half of the Sentai. Here, size notwithstanding, Boxertron is treated no differently than a normal Robotron.
    • Also, Boxertron's Go-Buster counterpart had his own episode, but here, he shared it with Dumbbelltron.
  • Diving Kick: His signature move is generating wrestling ring ropes behind him, leaning against it to build friction, and then flying forth whilst kicking to unleash a devastatingly powerful kick. However, the Beast-X King Ultrazord easily shrugged this off.
  • Graceful Loser: Based on his final words, Boxertron had no regrets about being destroyed.
  • Skewed Priorities: He continues with the fight commentary even as he's being defeated.


Voiced By: Rachelle Duncan

A tiara-themed Robotron Robo-Roxy created from a young girl's tiara.
  • The Artifact: Her red left arm due to the trope below.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Relied on hand-to-hand combat for attacks.
  • Demoted to Extra: Tiaratron's Go-Busters counterpart was part of the Messiah Metaloids, which were created from data cards that held the remains of Messiah in the second half of the Sentai. Here, Tiaratron is treated no differently than a normal Robotron.
  • We Need a Distraction: Was created to specifically fight the Rangers long enough for the Robo-Generals to give Evox his Morph-X.


Voiced By: Richard Simpson

A bulldozer-themed Robotron.
  • The Artifact: His red plows due to the trope below.
  • Back from the Dead: Is briefly revived in Evox Unleashed.
  • Demoted to Extra: Bulldozertron's Go-Busters counterpart was part of the Messiah Metaloids, which were created from data cards that held the remains of Messiah in the second half of the Sentai. Here, Bulldozertron is treated no differently than a normal Robotron.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Go-Busters, he was destroyed by the Lioblaster. In Power Rangers, he's destroyed by Devon's Cheetah Charge and Zoey's Jackrabbit Spin Kick.
  • Shield Bash: Has two plows on his arms that act as shields, and can use them for close combat.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears in a 4-5 minute fight scene before his defeat.


Voiced By: Thomas Gowing

A thief themed Robotron Scrozzle sent to steal diamonds for stronger clones.
  • The Artifact: His red right leg due to the trope below.
  • Badass Cape: Has one.
  • Cane Fu: Wields a cane as his main weapon.
  • Demoted to Extra: Thieftron's Go-Busters counterpart was part of the Messiah Metaloids, which were created from data cards that held the remains of Messiah in the second half of the Sentai. Here, Thieftron is treated no differently than a normal Robotron.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Go-Busters, he was destroyed by the Go-Busters attacking him with the Power Custom finishers. In Power Rangers, he's destroyed by Devon using the Beast-X King Ultra Bow.
  • Gentleman Thief: He evokes this thanks to his Go-Busters counterpart being themed after Arsène Lupin, a well-known fictional thief from France.
  • Invisibility: Has the ability to turn invisible, which was how he was able to steal the diamonds in the first place.
  • In a Single Bound: Capable of jumping to higher places.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears in a 4-5 minute fight scene before his defeat, since most of the episode was dedicated to having Evox's Army look for a deceased villain to revive.


Voiced By: Mark Wright

A beetle-themed Robotron Scrozzle created from stag beetle DNA that was inside Nate's scanner.

Antennatron 2.0

Voiced By: Julian Wilson

A blue-colored antenna-themed Robotron that helped Robo-Blaze collect Morph-X.
  • The Artifact: His red arm blades due to the trope below.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Has two red blades on his arms for combat. He can even launch them as missiles.
  • Demoted to Extra: Antennatron 2.0's Go-Busters counterpart was part of the Messiah Metaloids, which were created from data cards that held the remains of Messiah in the second half of the Sentai. Although in Parabolaloid 2's case, he was possessed by the Messiah Card. Here, Antennatron 2.0 is treated no differently than a normal Robotron.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Robo-Blaze was the one who destroyed Antennatron 2.0 in Power Rangers instead of having the Rangers do it like in Go-Busters. Although, given the fact that Antennatron 2.0's sentai counterpart was relatively harmless until he was possessed by the Messiah Card, the writers most likely changed his death so the Ranger didn't look like dicks (which admittedly the Go-Busters were with Parabolaloid 2).
  • Palette Swap: He's a blue recolor of the original Antennatron. This was originally from Go-Busters.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Robo-Blaze coldly destroys Antennatron 2.0 after showing off his power boost.

Railtron 2.0

Voiced By: Jeremy Birchall

A yellow cargo train-themed Robotron sent out to collect Morph-X.
  • Adapted Out: The second Robotron whose Gigadrone counterpart was not adapted. This was because DenshaZord 2 barely had an appearance as it was immediately changed into MegaZordloid (who was not adapted as well).
  • Arm Cannon: Has two on his arms that can shoot electricity.
  • Pungeon Master: Oh boy does he love train puns.

Giant Zords created by Scrozzle. To launch one into the real world, Scrozzle uploads a Robotron's data onto a blank. The models include Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta.

In General

  • Adaptation Explanation Extrication: The Delta Gigadrone looks like the Beast Wrecker Zord, but since Power Rangers decided not to adapt a certain storyline from Go-Busters note , it would seem the comparison was a fluke by Scrozzle's part.
  • Adapted Out:
    • KeshigomuZord, SprayZord 2, KenZord, TateZord, and OmochiZord were not adapted from Go-Busters. DumbbellZord and DenshaZord 2 were not adapted as well, but they are mentioned in the Robotron folder as their Metaloid counterparts were adapted.
    • Megazord Zeta is the only model that was not adapted.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: The Delta Gigadrone's have a shovel arm on their right arm for close combat.
  • Cyclops: All the Gigadrones have one eye, giving a robotic cyclops theme.
  • 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. All Scrozzle has to do is download a pair into an Alpha Gigadrone while preparing to launch it.
  • The Voiceless: As in the Sentai, they don't talk. However, they do grunt (with the same voices as their Robotron counterparts.) Played straight later on as most of the Gigadrones from episode 9 onward are completely mute.


Voiced By: Barry Duffield

An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Cycletron, and the first-ever Gigadrone to be launched.
  • Starter Villain: Like its Robotron counterpart, Cycledrone is the first Gigadrone the Rangers faced off against.
  • Super Speed: Inherits Cycletron's speed.


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. Although it lost it after it was deactivated, rendering it a generic Gamma Gigadrone in the next fight.
  • 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. It was sent to stop Devon from opening the hanger doors.
  • 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. It held the first pair of Gigatronics inside itself.


Voiced By: Cosme Flores

A Gamma Gigadrone with the data of Vacuutron. It was 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.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Antennatron. It held a pair of Gigatronics inside itself.
  • Simple Staff: Wields a giant version of Antennatron's weapon.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Drilltron.
  • Dig Attack: Used and abused this attack in the Megazord fight. It burrowed too deep for the Beast Racer Zord's saber to strike, leaving only the Beast-X Megazord's Hyper Strike to catch it.
  • This Is a Drill: Shares Drilltron's drill arms.


A Gamma Gigadrone with the data of Tooltron. It held the first Delta Gigadrone inside itself.
  • Power Pincers: Has these in the form of wrenches. They were strong enough to potentially crush the Beast Wrecker Zord had Steel not fire at it in time.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Clonetron.
  • Shapeshifting: Like Clonetron, Clonedrone was able to copy the appearance of a being it scanned. In this case, Devon's Beast Racer Zord.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Tubatron.
  • Adaptational Early Appearance: This Beta Model was actually connected to Tubatron 2.0 in Go-Busters. The Ver 2 inscription on the horn was digitally edited out.
  • Musical Assassin: Like Tubatron, it could emit sonic blasts from its horns.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Spiketron. It held a Delta Gigadrone inside itself.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Shares Spiketron's fork-like weapon.
  • Macross Missile Massacre: Tried this when the Rangers were forming the Beast-X Megazord, but it didn't work as the Rangers had their shields up during the transformation sequence.
  • Near-Villain Victory: Spikedrone and the Delta Gigadrone were near inches from destroying the Beast Wheeler Zord, but the timely arrival of the Beast Wrecker Zord and the Beast Jet Zord changed the tide for the Rangers.
  • No-Sell: It's reaction to getting struck by the Cheetah Battle Zord's Hyper strike? Summon the Delta Gigadrone inside itself.
  • Took a Level in Badass: The Delta Gigadrone it spawns is a lot tougher than the one Tooldrone had. Spikedrone itself is a lot tougher than the average Beta Gigadrone, being able to survive the Racer Zord's hyperstrike.

Tubadrone 2.0

An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Tubatron 2.0.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Burnertron. It held a pair of Gigatronics inside itself.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Turbotron.
  • Blow You Away / Weapons That Suck: Like Turbotron, the Gigadrone can use its chest fan to create powerful gusts of wind, either sucking enemies in or blowing them away.
  • Flight: Used this in the Megazord battle, making it impossible for Devon to reach with the Beast Racer Zord's thrusters. Zoey nearly had a chance with the Beast Chopper Zord, but Turbodrone blew it away.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Shockatron. Vargoyle sent it out along with its ground counterpart as a distraction while he planted the Memory Pulsator.
  • Attack Reflector: Like Shockatron, it can redirect energy right back at the Rangers.

Unidentified Gamma Gigadrone

A Gamma Gigadrone deployed after Vargoyle's destruction.
  • Arm Cannon: Sports one on its left arm.
  • Decomposite Character: On Go-Busters, this Gigadrone was the Megazord counterpart to Vargoyle's counterpart. However, because Vargoyle was turned into a general for Power Rangers, the Gigadrone was sent out as a random being.

Unidentified Beta Gigadrone

A karate-themed Beta Gigadrone.
  • Adapted Out: This is the first Gigadrone that did not have its Metaloid counterpart adapted as well. Said Metaloid, Karateloid, spent a lot of his time inside a kid's fist guard.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Has more humanoid arms and specializes in hand-to-hand combat.
  • Cool Helmet: Its giant head resembles a piece of athletic headgear.
  • Use Your Head: With its headgear, it can headbutt opponents.

Ripper Zord

Blaze's personal Megazord created by Scrozzle.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Infernotron. Scrozzle piloted this Gigadrone against the Beast Bots. It held a pair of Gigatronics inside itself.

Drilldrone 2.0

An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Drilltron 2.0. It held four Gigatronics inside itself.
  • Dig Attack: Can burrow underground.
  • History Repeats: Another drill-themed Alpha Gigadrone.
  • This Is a Drill: Shares his Robotron's drill arms, but unlike the first Drilldrone, it also gains the shoulder drills.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Proved to be more of a challenge to the Rangers, unlike the first Drilldrone which spent the majority of the battle underground. It's also stronger than a normal Alpha Gigadrone as it could summon four Gigatronics rather than the normal two.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Trappertron.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Might be weaker than its Go-Busters counterpart as its only ability was the wrist-mounted blasters. Most likely due to time constraints, this episode did not include the pocket dimension element from the Sentai footage.
  • Arm Cannon: Inherited Trappertron's two wrist-mounted blasters.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Gamertron.
  • The Artifact: Gamerdrone's head resembles a film projector, which was leftover from Go-Busters as it was known as Filmzord.
  • Energy Absorption: It could create a dome around itself that drains Morph X from anything inside, including the Ranger's Beast-X Ultrazord.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Keytron.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Shares Keytron's key blade arm.
  • Energy Absorption: It had the same energy-draining dome Gamerdrone used in the previous episode.
  • Power Nullifier: Keydrone could use Keytron's powers to lock the Ranger's arsenal, as shown when he locked the Beast-X Ultrazord from moving. However, when the Rangers broke its key blade, the locking powers were gone.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: This is the first Gigadrone that actually gives the Ultrazord some trouble.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Digitron.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Does not absorb the Chopper Zord, as its Go-Busters counterpart did. Said footage would have required the appearance of the Beast-X King Zord but said Zord appeared in the following episode instead.
  • This Is a Drill: Has an hourglass-styled drill for a right arm.
  • Those Two Guys: Worked alongside Controladrone.
  • We Need a Distraction: Its main goal is to keep the Rangers busy so that Controladrone can sneak up on them from behind.


A Gamma Gigadrone with the data of Controlatron.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Can do the same as Controlatron but under different methods. Controladrone could use the puppet on his right hand to control the Beast Wheeler Zord without needing to create a puppet that looked like said Zord.
  • Those Two Guys: Worked alongside Digidrone.


Four Gigadrones with the data of Boxertron sent to attack Devon in the Racer Zord. Each one represented the four main Gigadrone models available.
  • Armed Legs: The Gamma Boxerdrone has shin guards on its legs to improve its kicking abilities.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: The Delta Boxerdrone uses two boxing gloves for weapons.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: The Alpha Boxerdrone uses a fork on its right arm.
  • Boss Rush: Each one is based on the Gigadrone models the Rangers have faced off in the past, and Devon has to contend with all of them on his own.
  • Improbable Weapon User: The Beta Boxerdrone wields a giant barbell as its main weapon.
  • The Worf Effect: The Gamma and Delta Boxerdrones were beating the Racer Zord to destruction, only to get one shot by the Beast-X King Ultrazord. This is justified as the Gamma and Delta models have proven to be the strongest models of the Gigadrones, and required stronger Megazord configurations than the normal Racer Zord.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Tiaratron.


A Delta Gigadrone with the data of Bulldozertron. It's also the final Delta Gigadrone to fight against the Rangers.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: On a horrible receiving end against the Beast-X King Megazord.
  • Shield Bash: It shares Bulldozertron's plows.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Like its ground counterpart, Bulldozerdrone doesn't last that long in the fight.

Unidentified Gamma Gigadrone 2

A Gamma Gigadrone with a gold cannon.
  • Arm Cannon: Sports one on its left arm.
  • Decomposite Character: On Go-Busters, this Gigadrone was the Megazord counterpart to Vargoyle's counterpart. However, because Vargoyle was turned into a general for Power Rangers, the Gigadrone was sent out as a random being.

Unidentified Gamma Gigadrone 3

A Gamma Gigadrone with magnet bars on its arms.
  • Adapted Out: This is the second Gigadrone that did not have its Metaloid counterpart adapted as well. Said Metaloid, Jishakuloid, spent a lot of time around Japanese people, and the morphed footage was too little to use.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: A downplayed example, but Power Rangers added a shot of the Wrecker Zord joining the Beast-X Megazord destroying the Gigadrone when in Go-Busters, Go-Buster Beet was busy reclaiming all the Enetron (Morph-X) JishakuZord stole.
  • Magnetism Manipulation: Has magnet bars on its arms to magnetically drain Morph-X from a Tower.


An Alpha Gigadrone with the data of Thieftron. It's also the final Alpha Gigadrone to fight against the Rangers.
  • Badass Cape: Has one just like Theiftron.
  • Gentleman Thief: Again, like Thieftron, it has this as its main theme. It even stole the Striker Megazord's weapons at one point during the fight.

Chimera Zord

A giant Zord Evox and Scrozzle created from four Energems and the DNA of six dinosaurs.
  • Adaptational Nonsapience: While its Sentai counterpart was a Generic Doomsday Villain, it still had sentience and dialogue. Here its Evox's personal Zord, meaning it's just an instrument of war.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Space War God Voldos was a space beast of biological origin, while Chimera Zord is a Zord made by Evox and Scrozzle. In other words, it went from an alien to a machine.
  • Demoted to Extra: It's Sentai counterpart was the main antagonist of the Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters team-up movie. Here, it's relegated to Evox's Zord. Ironically, Jason compares the Chimera Zord to Serpentera, both of which are Zords whose counterparts are not mecha, but god-like characters.
  • Multiple Head Case: It has seven dinosaur heads, six of them surrounding the central one.


A Beta Gigadrone with the data of Clawtron. It's also the final Beta Gigadrone to fight against the Rangers.

Antennadrone 2.0

A Gamma Gigadrone with the data of Antennatron 2.0. It's also the final Gamma Gigadrone to fight against the Rangers.
  • Adaptational Late Appearance: Downplayed. It appeared after Antennatron 2.0's destruction, while in Go-Busters, it appeared before its Metaloid counterpart was created.
  • Cool Gun: Wields a large rifle.


Evox's personal Gigadrone.
  • Combat Tentacles: Has this ability.
  • Demoted to Extra: Megazord Omega appeared in two episodes and the Go-Busters vs Gokaiger team-up movie. Omegadrone only appears in one episode.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Power Rangers simply changed the Omegadrone's destruction to a simple self-destruction instead of the climactic fight it had in Go-Busters.
  • Eye Laser: Has a literal Gatling gun on its right eye.
  • Taking You with Me: Near the end of the fight, the Omegadrone overloads and explodes in front of the three Megazords. Although the Rangers survived, the Zords were severely damaged.

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