- Adaptation Explanation Extrication: Notice how practically every villain but Sledge has a drama mask on his chest? In Kyoryuger, the Debo Knights embodied various emotions (denoted by said face) and their job was to absorb them for their master.
- Aliens Are Bastards: They are perfectly fine with destroying cities and civilians for the sake of freedom and Energems.
- Time Abyss: The majority of the villains are millions of years old, predating human evolution.
A ruthless bounty hunter who seeks to recover the Energems, destroy the earth, and probably marry his fiancée, Poisandra.
- A Lighter Shade of Black: Retroactively is this compared with Heckyl. While Sledge might be a bit of a jerk with skewed priorities going after the Energems, that doesn't change the fact that he was responsible for capturing tens of galactic criminals, and seems to genuinely care about Poisandra. Compare that to Heckyl who fries monsters and destroyed galaxies in his spare time and also Lord Arcanon.
- The Ageless: He is at least 65 million years old.
- Back for the Finale: Shows up in the final episode of Ninja steel (a Christmas one, no less) long after Madam Odius has been taken care of. He tries his hand at getting the Ninja Stars, but Preston manages to escape his grasp and Koda helps to defeat him.
- Bad Boss:
- He killed a mook just because it was blocking the view of Keeper's ship from Poisandra.
- His response to Fury's failure with the Gold Energem is to use a monster to take away his best soldier's courage (at least until the monster gets destroyed). Seems kinda counterproductive!
- Interestingly it seems that before the incident with the bomb, he was a much better boss to Fury. When he's killed in the altered timeline by the crystal bomb, Sledge seems legitimately devastated.
- Big Bad: Of Dino Charge. His hunt for the Energems is what necessitates a Ranger team and drives much of the plot. He seemingly perishes in the season finale, but Super Dino Charge reveals he had been working behind the scenes, and makes his grand return by taking out Lord Arcanon and cementing himself as the true Big Bad for the final episodes.
- Big "NO!": Sledge says this when Keeper's bomb causes his ship to release the asteroids.
- Bounty Hunter: He captures other outlaws for money and keeps them in the prison inside his ship until it's time to collect the bounty. To find the Energems, he sends prisoners out as his Monster of the Week, offering them freedom if they manage to retrieve an Energem for him.
- Breakout Villain: He's become a popular enough villain to become regularly recurring outside his series notably returning for both Ninja Steel and Beast Morphers.
- The Cameo: He appears at the start of the second season of Ninja Steel. Though more than likely will come back later since Madam Odius tricked him into taking the asteroid that had the Super Ninja Steel on it, unaware that Odius took it all before he did. Sure enough he did but by then, the events of the series had passed and he's more or less a loose end.
- Canon Foreigner: Sledge is the first villain since Venjix from RPM (and even then, that was just a talking column and not a full on suit) to have an original design not brought in from the Sentai- that's a six year time gap.
- Catchphrase: "IT'S A BOMB!"
- Commitment Issues: While there is no doubt that he treats Poisandra better than anybody else, he sometimes gets rather dodgy whenever Poisandra brings up the marriage issue, especially when it involves forgetting about the Energems.
- Cool Spaceship: He has a pretty impressive one that he has stationed above Earth's atmosphere and doubles as a multilevel prison.
- Darth Vader Clone: He's got the big imposing armor and the spaceship, so it fits. Being subordinate to the sadistic Lord Arcanon parallels Anakin's relationship with Palpatine. His career as a Bounty Hunter makes him something of a cross between Vader and Boba Fett.
- Disc-One Final Boss: Subverted. He was originally thought to have perished in the crash of his ship, with Heckyl and then Lord Arcanon taking his place as Big Bad. But then he returns for the final part of Dino Super Charge.
- Disney Death: Despite him seeming to have perished when his ship crashed, it's later revealed in the season that he survived, and was simply hiding out until Lord Arcanon arrived. He even managed to find a trump card in Greenzilla's eggs.
- Then in Super Ninja Steel, it turns out he and his ship, and everyone on it, survived being sucked into the black hole created by the Dark Energem's destruction.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones:
- He seems to genuinely be in love with Poisandra and does not seem to object (much) to the idea of marrying her. He does seem to find her demeanor rather overbearing at times, but he still treats her well and is quite courteous to her, such as when he disintegrates one of his own mooks just because he was blocking her view as she prepares to attack Keeper.
- When Shearfear splits the bond between Curio and Poisandra, his immediate response is to grab him and look ready to kill him.
- Feeling Their Age: While Sledge is still a powerful opponent, he doesn't have the stamina that other monsters in the series have. This is due to him being several millennia old. When the Rangers face his past self, he gives them a Curb-Stomp Battle, even taking blows from T-Rex Super Charge Mode without so much as flinching.
- Final Boss: Oddly enough, he's the last villain faced in Ninja Steel. Though only in the last episode rather then a series wide one.
- Greater-Scope Villain: For most of season 2, he's been traveling the world to plant Greenzilla eggs for his final plan (and get a little vacation out of it, too), while Heckyl and Snide distracted the Rangers. Once he's done, he returns to the Big Bad position by killing off Arcanon.
- Hijacked by Ganon: After thought to have been destroyed in the Dino Charge finale, he returns in the final fourth of Dino Super Charge and reclaims his role as the series' Big Bad.
- History Repeats: In Ninja Steel he ends up foiled by the Rangers again and, for an added kicker, ends up once again with a bomb exploding in his face.
- Hurl It into the Sun: His past self is sent into the sun, along with his entire ship, in End of Extinction. Unfortunately, his older self from the original timeline isn't affected by this.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Implied in "Breaking Black" when he tells Spellbinder he'll "pluck him for dinner" if he fails.
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: Sledge takes the Dark Energem from Arcanon and uses it to destroy him. While the betrayal isn't for moral reasons, Arcanon's own atrocities (destroying Sentai 6 being an example) and his harsh treatment of his minions with no case of Even Evil Has Loved Ones is not a good way to earn morality points himself.
- Killed Off for Real: By the time of his final appearance on Beast Morphers, Sledge is gone for good.
- In the Dino Super Charge finale "End of Extinction", Heckyl traps the past Sledge on his ship and sends it straight into the sun.
- In the Super Ninja Steel finale "The Poisy Show", Sledge of the present reality is blown up along with Wrench and Poisandra.
- In the Beast Morphers episode "Making Bad", Sledge's resurrected self is killed by Goldar on Evox's orders.
- The Man Behind the Man: Following his return, Sledge reveals that Heckyl and Snide had been acting on his orders the entire time, keeping the Rangers occupied while he planted the Greenzilla eggs across the planet.
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: Sledge does not screw around and simply prefers the most direct path to victory.
- Nonstandard Character Design: His dull grey-and-green armor really stands out against the more brightly colored Kyoryuger villains.
- Not Quite Dead: He was destroyed twice over in the Super Dino Charge finale. But while the one the Dino Charge Rangers defeated in the past was indeed destroyed after being flung into the sun, the one who got sucked into the black hole caused by the Dark Energem survived, and since he's in another dimension, that prevented him from becoming a time paradox.
- Oh, Crap!:
Sledge: What?! IT'S A BOMB!
- Has one of these moments when he realizes Keeper swapped Energems for his crystal bomb.
- He has another one when he attempts to fire the laser cannon at the end of Dino Charge, only to find that Tyler took back the Red Energem used to power the cannon.
- At the final episode, Sledge is utterly shocked when he discovers that the Energems have been swapped for Keeper's crystal bomb, this time by Tyler.
- Orcus on His Throne: Aside from the 3rd episode, Sledge generally doesn't go down to deal with the rangers personally despite his ability to demorph a ranger with a few punches. That being said, he does occasionally chose which prisoner to send against the rangers so he's not totally uninvolved, and when he did fight the rangers he tired out quickly because of his age. His younger self fights them in End of Extinction, and even gets to grow into a giant.
- Pragmatic Villainy: He turns on Lord Arcanon with Snide and the rest of his crew not because Arcanon is too evil or depraved, but because he was tired of collecting outlaws from him and wanted to be the one who rules the universe.
- Put on a Bus: Bordering on a literal take, he was physically absent until the end of season 2, while traveling across the world.
- He's returned for Super Ninja Steel, to the surprise of many along with Wrench and his wife.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Do not make Sledge angry, or these will be the last thing you see.
- Revenge Before Reason: Despite all the urging from Poisandra to cut his losses and forget the Energems, he still insists on going after the Rangers. He even notes in "Breaking Black" that every monster the Rangers destroy is a bounty he can't cash in, but he still sends them. (While profit is his main stated motive, taking vengeance on Keeper for that incident millennia back seems to be a major factor as well.) However, with the reanimator that was made, this becomes pretty moot, as he could just revive the monsters and cash them in again.
- Small Role, Big Impact: His appearance in the second season opener of Ninja Steel only lasted a few minutes. But it was thanks to Sledge that the villains' ship was repaired, allowing Odious to lead her forces back to Earth (and led to Badonna joining them, to boot).
- Surrounded by Idiots: Fury and Wrench can't get the job done, Poisandra doesn't want to and Curio has no brain. Sledge has his work cut out for him.
- The Starscream: Becomes this to his employer, Lord Arcanon, once he returns.
- This Is Unforgivable!: In the first episode when he realizes that what he believes to be the Energems presented to him by Fury turns out to be a bomb, which blasts his ship far away from Earth, he shouts in anger through a hole made in his ship that he will make Keeper pay for tricking him if it's the last thing he does. He says the same line again in the final episode of Dino Super Charge when the rangers send him and his ship towards the sun to their doom.
- Unexplained Recovery: Apparently you can survive a black hole, as he's none the worse for wear when he comes into the Ninja Steel dimension.
- Unholy Matrimony: Preparing for this with Poisandra. Though apparently, it's been 65 million years in the making, and they still haven't tied the knot yet.
- Villains Out Shopping: While he plants Greenzilla's eggs all around the world, Sledge manages to get a good vacation out of it too.
- Villain Team-Up: It's revealed he formed an alliance with Snide after his ship crashed.
- You Fool!: After his desire to get a second Energem results in their ship falling out of the sky, Poisandra calls him a "half-brain".
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: After Snide aids him with the Greenzilla eggs and taking out Arcanon, Sledge leaves him to be destroyed by the Rangers since he was no longer needed for his plan. Sledge gets a taste of this himself in Beast Morphers, when he makes the mistake of mocking the resurrected Goldar and is killed by the golden ape at Evox's orders.
Heckyl is a charismatic and clever high-level prisoner in Solitary Confinement. Sledge wanted to use him to get the Energems from the rangers, as he looks human which the rangers won't expect. When Heckyl was unable to retrieve an Energem to Sledge, Heckyl was forced back to his cell, but not before vowing revenge against Sledge.
When Sledge's ship crashes, Heckyl emerges from his cell, but he looks a little different... It's Heckyl's monster form, Snide!
- Ascended Extra: Snide's counterpart was a Movie-exclusive monster in Kyoryuger, while he is a major villain in Dino Charge.
- Actually, I Am Him: When his cover is blown and the rangers realize he's a bad guy, they ask if he works for Snide.Heckyl: No, I don't work for Snide (Transforms) I am Snide!
- The Atoner: After separating from Snide, all he wants to do is to rebuild his home world. After ending up 65 million years in the past, he is given to the chance to prevent the destruction from ever happening.
- Awesome Anachronistic Apparel: Has this down in spades. Orange and blue cravat? Check. Waistcoat with a chain? Check. Pinstriped trousers? Check. This trope also leads to...
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Heckyl is finely dressed for a monster.
- Bad Boss: Heckyl portrays himself as a benevolent leader but as soon as one of the monsters asks to leave, he shoots them in back to scare the others into following him.
- Beam-O-War: How Heckyl takes on Sledge and Lord Arcanon, they both end with him overpowered. Interestingly, they both had the advantage of an Energem on their side against Heckyl.
- Beware the Silly Ones: He may look harmless given his playful attitude with generous use of Large Ham, but is actually power hungry Psycho Electro. His first scene gets the point across very well.
- Big Bad Wannabe: After Sledge's supposed demise, he tries his hand at being the main villain for a while and though he doesn't fare badly, he ends up dethroned by the more powerful Arcanon.
- Big Damn Heroes: He arrives just in time to save Keeper and Ms. Morgan from Snide.
- Big Eater: Edge of Extinction shows that Heckyl seems to have ordered and eaten pretty much the entire menu from the Dino Bite cafe and is about to start on dessert when the other Rangers show up. This is hinted at throughout season 2 where nearly every scene he has on Sledge's ship has him eating or drinking something or telling a monster to get him a snack.
- Bound and Gagged: He is captured and shackled after losing to the bigger evil in the form of Lord Arcanon in Recipe for Disaster.
- Camp Straight: While colorful and flamboyant, he playfully flirts with Kendall, whom he keeps calling "Pretty Lady".
- Character Death: Snide gets taken out by the combined power of the Dino Charge Ultrazord's Titano Cannon, six Dino Morpher Blasts and an energy blast from Heckyl in Edge of Extinction.
- The Chessmaster: Particularly in "Forgive and Forget".
- Co-Dragons: Snide throws his lot in with Sledge and shares lieutenant status with Fury. At least until he fulfilled his purpose and Sledge opted to leave him at the Rangers' mercy.
- Combat Tentacles: Snide can unleash a tentacle from the center of his chest.
- Composite Character: His character has no direct counterpart in the Kyoryuger series, his monster form is from the Kyoryuger vs Go-Busters movie, where it was based on the counterpart of Zeltrax/Smitty from Dino Thunder, and his human form is basically Enter from Go-Busters minus the Gratuitous French.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: To Sledge. Sledge is a bounty hunter who has his more affable moments while offering the prisoners freedom if they retrieve an Energem. Heckyl was one of his many prisoners who only pretends to be silly and lets the prisoners out while offering to rule side-by-side if they bring him an Energem. Additionally, Sledge is more in line with traditional Big Bads that send monsters after the Rangers, whereas Heckyl employs subterfuge and deception to achieve his goals.
- Cool Sword: As Snide, it's his primary weapon.
- Demoted to Dragon: After being the Big Bad for the first half of Dino Supercharge Snide is ousted by this position from Lord Arcanon and swears to serve Arcanon if he allows him to separate from Heckyl. Although he soon betrays him and becomes Co-Dragons with Fury.
- Disc-One Final Boss: After spending the first half of Dino Super Charge as the Big Bad, he is ousted from the position by Lord Arcanon. When Sledge returns, Snide gets promoted back to Co-Dragons with Fury.
- Dragon Ascendant: As he put it, following Sledge's defeat and his ship crashing:Snide: It's my turn now!
- The Dreaded: When Sledge decides to use Heckyl against the Rangers, everyone in the room steps back in horror and even Fury is desperate not to let him out.Sledge: What are you afraid of? He's not that dangerous.
Wrench: But, but I know of several destroyed galaxies that might beg to differ!
- 11th-Hour Superpower: Snide shows off a Greenzilla Tentacle in Freaky Frightday.
- Enemy Without: The two are split apart after the events of Freaky Fightday.
- Establishing Character Moment: He steps out of his cell, makes a playful quip about the design of Sledge's ship... And then fries his guards until they're nothing but dust.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Heckyl is furious when Snide decides to ally with Lord Arcanon, since he destroyed their home world.
- Evil Is Petty: He is not above stealing an ice-cream from a child and dumping it on a chair right as a person is sitting down.
- FaceHeel Turn: Heckyl is shown to have originally been a good guy until his home world was assaulted by Lord Arcanon and he touched the Dark Energem, corrupting him and creating Snide. Heckyl goes back to being a good guy, even if he himself doesn't quite believe it at first, when they're split.
- Faux Affably Evil: One minute he's complimenting you and being a wonderful house guest, the next he's frying you with electricity.
- Fingerless Gloves: Wears a pair of black ones.
- Glass Cannon: Heckyl's powers are capable of vaporizing monsters instantly and are almost on par with a weapon or person empowered by an Energem, but he's no stronger than an average person and can be physically restrained without much trouble.
- Godzilla Threshold: He's a danger to everyone on board the ship, including Sledge himself, but Sledge needs him to help obtain the Energem.
- The Goggles Do Nothing: Heckyl has a pair of goggles with his outfit, just for show it seems. He does use them while piloting a giant monster later. Also, he keeps them on while facing Badussa, to protect him from being petrified.
- Good Feels Good: He claims there is no good in him anymore, but he helps a little girl find her mother and also arrives right on time to save Keeper and Ms. Morgan from Snide.
- The Heavy: For the second season, on behalf of Sledge.
- Human Aliens: At least he looks human. He used this to his advantage with the Rangers, until he gets exposed.
- Jekyll & Hyde: Based off of this, but not exactly played straight: both Heckyl and Snide are villainous, but they are very different. Eventually played straight after the two of them are split.
- Kick the Dog: Snide's backstabbing of Heckyl (along with being unsympathetic to the plight of losing his planet) is this, being the only betrayal that was not mistreatment induced.
- Lack of Empathy: When Heckyl regains his memories of his homeworld being destroyed by Arcanon, he was furious with Arcanon. Snide however, couldn't care less and sides with him because it's what's best for HIM.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Suffers from this when Curio serves Stingrage's amnesia venom as punch, thus making him forget the location of the Rangers' base.
- It turns out that he in general has amnesia, as he can't remember anything before he came into contact with the Dark Energem.
- Lean and Mean: He's shown to be taller than the rest of the aliens and is just as, if not more, evil than them. Once he and Snide are separated, he is less antagonistic towards the Rangers until becoming their ally in the finale.
- Locked into Strangeness: The blue in his hair occurred after coming into contact with the Dark Energem and it stays after he and Snide are separated.
- Meaningful Name: The charming, playful humanoid Heckyl and his no-nonsense armored form Snide is a reference to Jekyll and Hyde.
- Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: Snide sides with Lord Arcanon after he and Heckyl split, but betrays him after his new boss calls him "useless". He sides with Sledge, but turns on him too after hearing that Sledge plans to abandon him on Earth, which he is planning to destroy.
- No Kill Like Overkill: Snide dies in a truly spectacular way by being hit with the combination of six Rangers, the Ultrazord's Finishing Move, and Heckyl all ganging up at once to blow him to kingdom come. Although it is justified in that they were also trying to destroy the Dark Energem at the same time (which failed).
- Omnicidal Maniac: He's responsible for destroying several inhabited galaxies. While Sledge states they've all destroyed galaxies, Wrench implies Heckyl destroyed more.
- Only Sane Man: Started slipping into this role around Fury and Singe when they kept trying to one up each other.
- Psycho Electro: Heckyl can shoot out telekinetic lightning from his hands, both to decimate foes and open locked doors.
- Pragmatic Villainy: While Heckyl is not above destroying his own minions to make a point he also knows that fighting amongst themselves is exactly what the Rangers want and that if the bad guys wish to succeed they have to work together.
- Promotion to Opening Titles: Ryan Carter gets credited in the opening credits for Dino Supercharge. Making the first villain in a Power Rangers series to be listed in the credits since Rick Medina in Power Rangers Super Samurai, three years prior.
- Really 700 Years Old: He looks to be in his twenties but since he was imprisoned on Sledge's ship since he first followed Keeper to Earth, he is at least 65 million years old.
- Redemption Promotion: After helping the Rangers defeat Sledge and his crew in the past, Keeper makes Heckyl the guardian of the Dark Energem and tasks him with keeping it out of evil hands along with preventing the destruction of his home planet.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's both to himself. As Heckyl, he's calm, clever and clearly prefers strategy. As Snide, he's impatient and quick to enter a fight. He's also blue to Fury and Singe, all of them are appropriately color coded too.
- Shock and Awe: Heckyl demonstrates his ability by effortlessly frying two Spikeballs.
- Split Personality: Literal example. The calm, manipulative and scheming Heckyl and the brutish, violence favoring Snide. While both are evil they couldn't be more different.
- Superpowered Evil Side: A villainous example as Snide is the personification of Heckyl's darkness made into a sentient being after touching the Dark Energem. In the beginning they are both equally evil, but after their separation this is played straight.
- Tattooed Crook: There's a tattoo resembling Snide's helmet behind his right ear. It glows when he changes form.
- This Is Unforgivable!: After being blasted back into his cell by Sledge, Heckyl mumbles the words "You will pay." Later on, he promises to get revenge on Arcanon for the destruction of his planet and making him what he is now.
- Unrelated in the Adaptation: In Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters, Neo-Geildon was a clone of Geildon. Snide has no connection to Zeltrax, nor by extension this trope's use in Dino Thunder, Elsa (whereas Jannu, Elsa's Sentai counterpart, was the original Geildon's sister) or Tommy Oliver (whose counterpart in Abaranger, Asuka, was Jannu's husband and Geildon's brother-in-law.
- Villainous Crush: He seems to have a minor one on Kendall, calling her "pretty lady", but it's unclear if his feelings are genuine or he's pretending so he can get close to her and the rest of the team.
- Villainous Rescue: Saves Kendall from being hit by a car in an attempt to get the Purple Energem and since Kendall has no idea who he is, she thinks he's a Heroic Bystander.
- Villain Team-Up: Snide teams up with Sledge in Supercharge.
- Walking Spoiler: Knowing anything about his role in Supercharge spoils the Dino Charge finale reveal that Heckyl is just one half of a person, with the other half being a monster called Snide.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: In The Rangers Rock!, Heckyl claimed that everything he did while merged with Snide was because he wants to restore his lost home world of Sentai Six. But he didn't remember his home world or anything from before he touched the Dark energem until he saw it in Lord Arcanon's hands in Wings of Danger. So either it's a plot hole induced by attempts to redeem Heckyl or he was trying to get the Rangers to sympatize with him. After all he needed some way to dump everything on Snide so they would leave him alone.
- Wham Shot:
- The final scene of "One More Energem" is his solitary confinement cell opening up, showing his eyes in his monstrous form as he declares it's now his turn to take on the rangers.
- "Wings of Danger" shows him trying to keep the Dark Energem out of Arcanon's evil hands.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: He throws himself in front of Riley and is shot with Stingrage's upgraded stingers in Forgive And Forget. The idea was that the Rangers would take him into their base to treat him. He totally nails the role of Heroic Bystander once again.
- Xanatos Speed Chess: In "Forgive and Forget", Heckyl is able to take Snide's plan and adapt it on the fly to put himself in a position to take the Energems in the base. When he tries to take the Energems from the amnesiac rangers, Riley says that putting the Energems in the base is a great idea, and Heckyl heads to the base to grab them. While he was unsuccessful at getting the Energems, he did learn their base's location; at least until Curio made him forget. And of course he still knows the rangers civilian identities and they know he knows, so he still came out on top.
Sledge's serious and loyal second-in-command.
- All There in the Manual: The official Power Rangers site mentions Sledge won Fury in a card game. Never is this mentioned in the show.
- Adaptation Personality Change: Whereas his counterpart is just an angry guy with a hidden heart, he's an angry guy who wants to get respect, no matter if it involves sabotaging his own teammates' efforts.
- Bizarre Taste in Food: In episode 6, Poisandra tricks him into trying a piece of cake that causes a terrible toothache. After eating it, Fury says it needs more vinegar.
- Bookends: In the first episode of Dino Charge. he escaped the explosion of Keeper's crystal bomb, in the final episode of Dino Super Charge, he ends up being destroyed by it when Tyler plays Somebody Set Up Us the Bomb.
- Butt-Monkey: Both Sledge and Poisandra constantly belittle and mock him.
- Cats Are Mean: A lion-like villain who has no qualms about attacking innocents or butting heads with his comrades.
- Character Death: In the finale, his past self is at ground zero when Keeper's bomb goes off, and is destroyed by it.
- Cool Sword: Has one modeled after the Japanese seven-edged sword Shichishito, imbued with lightning.
- The Dragon: He's not exactly Sledge's second in command, but he's still the strongest fighter in his crew and is the one trusted to go after the Energems.
- Curiously enough, he is closer to being Heckyl's second in command than he ever was for Sledge, with the flamboyant villain actually treating him with some degree of respect.
- Friend Versus Lover: Downplayed. Sledge and Fury are in no way friends (Sledge more or less owns him) but Fury and Sledge's fianceè Poisandra hate each other and fight to get Sledge's approval.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His constant chasing after the gold Energem directly led to Sir Ivan freeing himself from his clutches, as it was the gem that gave him the strength to break free.
- Kick the Dog: He would have killed Riley's dog Rubik had Riley not jumped in.
- Meaningful Name: He seems to be in a constant bad mood and is a fierce warrior, both things that befit his name.
- Not So Above It All: In the 2nd Halloween special, it's shown he actually a good pumpkin carver.
- Once Done, Never Forgotten: He never forgets how he was unable to obtain a single Energem even after being on Earth for 65 million years.
- Panthera Awesome: Has a feline motif to him.
- The Rival: Appears to be heading this way with Tyler. The fact that he might know what happened to the latter's father hints at this.
- Riley also seems to have a bit of a one-sided one with him, due to the events of their first meeting.
- He also becomes this towards Singe, gaining an immediate dislike for the new villain and having no qualms in attacking him or sabotaging his plans.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Poisandra. They definitely hate each other and Fury has shown to be the only one unwilling to put up with Poisandra's attitude, but he's forced to rein himself in and not retaliate against her for fear of Sledge's reaction.
- Also with Singe. When they're not bickering about the way to go about with a plan, Fury always catches Singe lounging in his cell, much to his irritation.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: With Singe, so much he nearly jeopardizes his plan of severing the bond between the Rangers and the Energems in an attempt to one-up him.
- Undying Loyalty: To Sledge. Even though the guy threatened to have him destroyed for failure, when he gets what he thinks are the Energems, instead of trying to, say, overthrow Sledge, he proclaims how Sledge would be the most powerful of all.
- The Un-Favourite: He's this when compared to Poisandra. Despite being Sledge's most reliable henchman, Sledge treats him like dirt, whereas Poisandra doesn't really do much but gets preferential treatment and is the only one Sledge treats nicely. He finally blows up in episode 8 where he sabotages and steals his teammates' efforts to make himself Sledge's favourite.
- The Unfought: Played with. While he fights Keeper in episode 1 and Riley in episode 2, he's the only villain who sees no action for several episodes in a row after his fight with Riley in episode 2, as Sledge has him looking for the remaining five Energems while the rest of the villains are trying to take out the Rangers. It's not until episode 8 that he gets to fight once more, this time fighting Tyler.
- What Does He See In Her?: Questions why Sledge listens to Poisandra, or as he called her, "heart-shaped nitwit".
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He's aboard Sledge's present-day ship when it's sucked into the black hole. When it emerges into the main Power Rangers dimension in Super Ninja Steel, he's nowhere to be found.
- Would Hurt a Child: Tells his robot to target Chase's little sister in "Rise of a Ranger", either as a way to distract Chase or just to be evil.
Sledge's happy-cranky henchwoman and fiancée.
- Adaptation Personality Change: Whereas her counterpart is a happy nice girl with a heart, she is a complete bitch.
- Adaptational Villainy: Candelilla? The most pleasant of the Deboth that not only enjoyed making people happy, but even ended up pulling a HeelFace Turn and becoming an ally. No such luck for Poisandra, who is a spoiled, unpleasant jerk.
- Aerith and Bob: Among the villains of the season, whose names include "Sledge", "Fury" and "Snide", she's the only member of Sledge's crew whose name is not an actual word.
- Aliens Steal Cable: She's been known to watch gossip shows, even getting the Vivix to join her. In fact, the Ranger's plan to lure Fury out into the open so they can regain the Ptera Zord hinges on this fact.
- Beware the Silly Ones: She has a lot of bright colors and hearts and acts rather like a spoiled princess. That being said, she is the one who shoots down Keeper's ship in the first episode, and Sledge tells Fury that she is tougher than she looks.
- Then averted in episode 7, where we see her fight for the first time. She only manages to get in one weak hit on Chase before he easily sidesteps her attacks, which makes her fall flat on her face.
- Dark Chick: She's the only female of Sledge's crew, and her plots involve girly things like using magical makeup or hosting her own gossip show.
- Death by Adaptation: Whereas her Kyoryuger counterpart survived (and pulled a HeelFace Turn), she and the rest of Sledge's crew are sent into the sun during the Ranger's trip to sixty-five million years ago, their actions resulting in the creation of a new timeline. Initially subverted by the version from the original timeline; she was on Sledge's ship when it was sucked into the black hole created by the Dark Energem's destruction, but the ship and everyone on it is eventually shown to have survived when it emerges into the main Power Rangers universe. Ultimately played straight when she, Sledge and Wrench all get blown up with the Warrior Dome in the finale.
- Demoted to Extra: Spends most of her time on the ship, whining about things. Especially after Sledge supposedly dies. Then the last half of Dino Super Charge rolls around, and she starts getting more involved.
- Dungeonmaster's Girlfriend: Poisandra gets preferential treatment from Sledge without even doing much of anything, which ticks off Fury (who busts his butt for Sledge's sake) to no end.
- Entitled Bitch: She takes advantage of being Sledge's fiancée to act like a complete jerk to others, especially Fury, and receiving no comeuppance for her behaviour and failures.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: As mentioned above, she is smitten with Sledge, and her wish is to become his wife.
- Friend Versus Lover: Has this rivalry going with Fury. Given how Sledge treats her compared to him, she's winning.
- Non-Indicative Name: Both played straight and averted. Played straight in regards to her appearance, as she has a heart motif with bright colours to her, but averted in that the "poison" part of her name comes from her nasty personality.
- Perky Female Minion: Poisandra technically works for Sledge (even though he spoils the hell out of her) and she's a font of energy who enjoys clowning around with Curio and being pampered. It contrasts Sledge, who only cares about the Energems.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She's usually the first person to run from a fight if it looks like the rangers are going to win. She also does this to Sledge in the first season finale after getting fed up with him ignoring her in favour of the Energems. Though she doesn't get out in time to escape the crashing ship.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: She's this to Fury, who can't stand her. This stems from the fact that Sledge holds Poisandra in higher esteem, which means she can get away with sassing Fury, who is the one actively going against the Rangers and seeking the Energems, whereas she doesn't do any of the work herself. When she starts taking an active role in going against the Rangers, she and Fury become this even more in their efforts to impress and please Sledge.
- The Smurfette Principle: The only female among Sledge's crew.
- Unholy Matrimony: Preparing for this with Sledge. Still, it hasn't yet happened in over 65 million years... until Edge of Extinction, that is.
Sledge's overly cautious and bumbling henchman and the mechanic of his ship.
- Adaptation Personality Change: Whereas his counterpart is known to be gloomy and sad, he's known to be resourceful and goofy instead. Aigaron was also in love with Candelilla; Wrench is as scared of Poisandra as he is of Sledge.
- An Axe to Grind: Just like his Sentai counterpart, he wields one.
- Back from the Dead: He builds a machine that revives monsters that the Rangers defeated, thus giving them a second chance to destroy them and Sledge a chance to cash in their bounty. Unfortunately for Sledge, there's nothing left of his body for Wrench to revive him with. At least, that's what he thinks, until Sledge turns out to not be dead after all.
- Badass Bookworm: He's the crew's mechanic and a surprisingly competent fighter.
- The "Be Careful!" Speech: The "I'm trying! There's 10 billion gigabolts going through this. It could blow up the whole ship. I have to be careful." is why Sledge called him a "pathetic weakling."
- Beware the Silly Ones: He may be very meek and doesn't look threatening, but episode 3 shows he's a very strong fighter.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Episode 14 shows him being able to beat back Tyler of all people. He doesn't win the day, but damn!
- Butt-Monkey: He has a meek personality, which gets him absolutely no respect from Sledge or Fury.
- Ditzy Genius: Wrench is very crafty and a masterful engineer, but he can be a little scatterbrained. For instance, he could stand to remember what bombs look like and how they work.
- The Evil Genius: He's the guy who is most technically proficient compared with his shipmates. Also counts as Badass Bookworm given his fighting ability.
- Meaningful Name: He's the mechanic of Sledge's ship, after all. Could also be a play on the term "heartwrenching", which means sadness.
- Ocular Gushers: Even the slightest abrasion will cause him to literally do this, as seen in Episode 3.
A playful and fun creature created by Wrench from a variety of spare monster parts as a gift from Sledge to Poisandra so she can have a friend to have fun with.
- The Baby of the Bunch: Just about everyone else on Sledge's ship was around to see the extinction of the dinosaurs. Curio was created in the 2010s. In light of that, his immaturity can be forgiven.
- Body Horror: He's made out of spare monster parts. Wrench stated specifically his head is made out of a seat cushion.
- Fun Personified: His Sentai counterpart was like this in a literal sense, but Curio is no slouch himself. He was specifically made to be Poisandra's playmate to keep her off Sledge's back.
- Meaningful Name: "Curio" is a noun that means "a small and unusual object that is considered interesting or attractive." Well, a creature made out of bits and pieces from other monsters would certainly be unusual and interesting...
- Mix-and-Match Man: There's even hint of this as one can see stitching on Curio's face.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Because he mistook Stingrage's amnesia venom for punch, Heckyl forgot the location of the rangers' base.
- Ret-Gone: Due to several changes in the rangers defeating Sledge before the series even began, Curio as a result was never created, and thus never existed in the new timeline created afterwards. However, he appears with the rest of the crew in Beast Morphers.
- Sweet Tooth:
- He loves cakes to the point that he will eat them right out of the garbage, as seen in episode 6.
- The Halloween episode has him bring back a transport pod filled with candy after going trick or treating.
- Token Good Teammate: Out of all the people on Sledge's ship, Curio seems the least malicious out of all of them. He's more interested in having fun than fighting the Rangers.
- Took a Level in Badass: In Finders Keepers, he manages to defeat the black ranger in a one-on-one fight.
- Villainous Friendship: With Poisandra. It's a big part of why he was made.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He's aboard Sledge's present-day ship when it's sucked into the black hole. When it emerges into the main Power Rangers dimension in Super Ninja Steel, he's nowhere to be found.
A fiery and easily annoyed alien who appeared on Earth one day wanting to make a deal with Snide concerning the Energems.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: Displays a fighting style like this early on, just firing randomly at Chase and Tyler without caring if he was hitting them, civilians, Fury, or the city.
- Butt-Monkey: Becomes this in Freaky Frightday.
- Cool Gun: An odd candlestick-shaped pistol he calls "the Last Blaster".
- Deadpan Snarker: About 90% of his dialogue is just outright sass and passive-aggressive comments.
- Dragon with an Agenda: Seems to have his own reasons for wanting to help Heckyl/Snide. Plus he answers to someone else entirely.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: Despite how dangerous he was, he didn't received a climatic final battle, being unceremoniously destroyed alongside Arcanon by Sledge's crew within a few seconds. Justified somewhat as his Sentai counterpart was destroyed in an Enemy Mine situation that wouldn't work here.
- Knight of Cerebus: He's one of the series' most powerful monsters, his plans are cunning and pragmatic and he has a sadistic personality.
- Meaningful Name: The alien named Singe is fittingly fire and candle-themed.
- No-Sell: When fighting against Chase's Dino Armor X and later the Plesio Charge Megazord.
- Playing with Fire: His candle-themed look isn't for show—he can shoot powerful flames that tear through concrete.
- Sixth Ranger: He joins Heckyl and Snide early in Dino Supercharge, but turns out to be a Sixth Ranger Traitor who's really working for Lord Arcanon.
- The Rival: Has become one to Fury due to gaining Snide's favor after his first day working with them.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: With Fury. It gets to the point that Heckyl has to lock them in the same cell so they'll learn to cooperate (or something to that effect).
- Trash Talk: Does this a ton to the rangers, and Fury, even while getting beat on.
- What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Makes a comment similar to this at one point, showing he has little to no understanding of love and doesn't care to understand it either.
A vicious intergalactic warlord who hired Sledge into collecting the Energems in the first place. He was also responsible for the destruction of Sentai 6.
- Adaptational Jerkass: Despite Chaos's villainy, he had a genuine loyalty to Deboss and being benevolent to his subordinates which he considers family, at least until he let his paranoia of being betrayed by them like Torin did get the better of him. Arcanon on the other hand, is pure evil from start to finish, being loyal to no one except himself and seeing his servants as expendable when they fail, even more so than the other three bosses in the show.
- Arc Villain: After dethroning Heckyl halfway through the second season, he becomes the main baddie for a handful handful of episodes before Sledge returns.
- Bad Boss: Actually manages to be worse than Sledge and Heckyl/Snide in this regard. He's quick to dismiss his minions when he believes they're no longer of use to him, and even threatens to destroy them for it. This backfires on him after he calls Snide "useless" for not preventing Heckyl's escape, with Snide retaliating by siding with Sledge against him.
- Demoted to Extra: His Sentai counterpart acted as Big Bad for most of his respective season, while Arcanon is merely an Arc Villain by comparison, lasting only a few episodes before he's det with.
- Disc-One Final Boss: Defeated by the Rangers and then destroyed by Sledge, who tales his place as the Final Boss.
- The Dreaded: He is said to be the only monster that Sledge truly feared and is strong enough to leave the already dreaded Heckyl defenseless, only able to helplessly beg to not be destroyed before being taken prisoner.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He's without a doubt evil and has a deep and booming voice that outmatches even that of Sledge's.
- Solidifies his position as Big Bad when he defeats Snide and Heckyl and locks them up.
- Evil Versus Evil: Fights Snide in a Megazord duel for control of the outlaws.
- Greater-Scope Villain: He is the main antagonist effectively for the entire series, as he is the one who tasked Sledge with gathering outlaws and retrieving the Energems, as well as indirectly responsible for Heckyl turning evil in the first place. He manages to lock Heckyl back in his cell later taking this spot or at least sharing it with Sledge.
- Hate Sink: While Sledge, Heckyl, and Snide are entertaining villains with several redeeming traits, Arcanon has none. He is a total bastard to even those that work for him, caused genocide on an entire world, and is the reason why Heckyl and Zenowing have evil halves who he doesn't even treat with any respect. As such, there's not much sympathy to be had for him when Sledge and Snide betray and kill him.
- Karmic Death: Him and his crew get killed off by Sledge using the Dark Energem, which he previously used to corrupt Heckyl and Zenowing.
- The Man Behind the Man: He's the one who entrusted Sledge to gather an army of outlaws and the one who sent Singe to Earth.
- Moral Myopia: He's outraged when Snide betrays him, despite cruelly dismissing him as "useless" earlier on.
- Oh, Crap!: After he is defeated by the Rangers and Sledge betrays him, with the help of the Dark Energem, and Snide.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Despite only appearing in 5 episodes, his presence presents big changes in the status quo, as well as expanding the lore of the series substantially.
- Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Oh definitely, especially when compared to Sledge, Heckyl, and Snide. After all, he destroyed the latter two's homeworld!
- Walking Spoiler: Pretty much everything about his role makes him this.
- Character Death: Survived the Dino Charge Ultrazord's Titano Cannon Final Strike, but meets his end at the hands of Zenowing after the latter regains his Energem.
- Co-Dragons: He and Singe both serve as Arcanon's top enforcers.
- Dies Differently in Adaptation: Like Creepox from Megaforce, he's defeated in a Megazord battle but survives to get Killed Off for Real at human size, which is the reverse of how it happened in Kyoryuger.
- Enemy Without: He and Zenowing were once a single being, similar to Heckyl and Snide, until the rangers managed to separate the two.
- Evil Counterpart: Arcanon used the Dark Energem to create him so that he may harness Zenowing's power to become the Silver Ranger.
- Evil Twin: Once again, Zenowing's.
- The Hyena: Has a habit of cackling madly.
- Psycho Rangers: He was able to morph into the Silver Ranger thanks to being Zenowing's evil counterpart. But after the Rangers separated the two, Doomwing lost the ability to morph since the Silver Energem bonded to Zenowing, not him.
- This Is Unforgivable!: "Curse you Zenowing!"
- Those Two Guys: He is one-half with Zenowing.
Minions and Monsters
Vivix, Vivizords, and Spikeballs
Sledge's henchmen. The Vivix perform gruntwork on the ship and act as foot soldiers against the rangers. They are able to combine into the gigantic Vivizord to fight the rangers' mecha. The Spikeballs are elite soldiers, guarding the prison cells and often joining Fury when there are no prisoners to set against the rangers.
- Adorable Evil Minions: Oddly enough, between their squeaks and non-threatening appearance, the Vivix are these.
- A Mech by Any Other Name: Played with, as for the first time the word "zord" is used for something that is absolutely not a mecha: the giant monsters made from Vivix merging together are called "Vivizords". In the past, "zords" was reserved for giant robots (or at least biomechanical or mystical things that were very good at looking like robots). The Vivizords are far more biological than any other zord, giving them little resemblance other than size. The term was also usually (though not always) specifically for the Rangers' mecha, with enemy mecha just as often simply called "giant robots".
- Carry a Big Stick: Spikeballs wield large clubs.
- Elite Mooks: The Spikeballs, who are bigger and tougher than the Vivix.
- Faceless Goons: Instead of faces the Vivix have masks with a spiral pattern.
- Fusion Dance: Many Vivix can combine into a megazord-sized Vivizord.
- In Series Nick Name: Seaweed-head for the Vivix.
- Kaiju: The Vivizords are much more reptilian than the Vivix, making them resemble a classic kaiju.
- Make My Monster Grow: When Sledge needs to, he has one of the Vivix push a big red button to fire the Magna Beam, which grows the monster.
- Mix-and-Match Weapon: The Vivix wield blasters with blades on the side, allowing them to use them like axes as well.
- Mooks: The Vivix, Sledge's common foot soldiers.
- Non-Indicative Name: Spikeballs are not particularly spikey or spherical, having more of a prehistoric sea life motif.
- Screw This Im Outtahere: One of them escapes by stealing a transport pod when Sledge's ship begins to fall.
- Sweet Tooth: Some Viviks are fond of gorging themselves on cake.
- Too Many Mouths: The arms of the Vivizords end in muzzles similar to their main mouth.
- The Unintelligible: Like most Power Rangers foot soldiers, Vivix aren't able to speak, instead producing high-pitched gibberish. Spikeballs, however, are speech-capable.
- Adaptation Species Change:
- Both them and the Kyoryuger monsters are alien in origin, but they're actual aliens, as opposed to monsters created by aliens.
- in addition, their Kyoryuger were under leadership by the generals based on emotions (joy for Poisandra, anger for Fury, and sadness for Wrench), but they were removed for Dino Charge.
An impact winter-theme monster and the first of Sledge's prisoners that the rangers faced and defeated. Iceage has been resurrected a few times since to continue antagonizing them.
- An Ice Person: He can freeze anyone and anything, and is themed after the titular time period after the dinosaur's destruction.
- Back for the Dead: He is defeated after being resurrected.
- Back from the Dead: He was resurrected in "World Famous! (in New Zealand)", and again in "When Evil Stirs". His last resurrection was in Wings of Danger.
- Panthera Awesome: Has some similarities to a Smilodon, namely his skull.
- Unrelated in the Adaptation: In Kyoryuger, he, Stingrage, and Meteor's counterparts were part of a group called "the Extinctioners". They aren't part of a group together in Dino Charge.
- Skull for a Head: His face has some resemblance to an animal's skull, specifically that of a Smilodon.
- Starter Villain: The first of Sledge's prisoners to go after the rangers.
- Wolverine Claws: Modeled after icicles, naturally
A car crusher-themed monster sent by Sledge to hunt down the rangers' secret base.
- Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Wings of Danger.
- The Brute: To Sledge's group when they first confronted the Power Rangers.
- Improbable Weapon User: His left arm is a flyswatter.
- Near-Villain Victory: He actually finds the rangers' secret base. Good thing he was destroyed before he could report to Sledge.
- Sizeshifter: Could compress his entire body into the claw on his right arm.
- Wolverine Claws: His right arm has a five-fingered claw.
A prison-themed monster who captures Chase and Koda in one of his cages.
- Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Wings of Danger.
- Irony: A prison-themed monster that is one of Sledge's prisoners.
- The Jailer: His powers allow him to create cages and imprison people.
- Jerkass: Is generally loud and outspoken.
- Shock and Awe: Can shoot blue colored lightning beams out of his hands.
A raven/bank vault-themed monster who steals a magic pendant and places Chase under a spell.
- Attack Reflector: The cape he wears is not decorative. It can reflect attacks.
- Badass Cape: Wears one.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Thanks to his pendant, he can put people under his control.
- Clever Crows: He's themed after a crow.
- Hypno Trinket: His pendant.
- No Body Left Behind: Despite his destruction, his magic pendant survived the explosion. Sledge decides to keep it for future purposes.
- Wolverine Claws: He has sharp claws for battle.
A pastry chef-like monster sent to Amber Beach in order to give cavities to its residents.
- Adaptation Deviation: The armor his true form wears bears a striking resemblance to that of Stingrage (the monster of the week after Cavity). In Kyoryuger, this is due to Stingrage's counterpart corrupting Cavity's counterpart, making him more aggressive and altering his appearance. In Power Rangers, this is instead Cavity's true personality and appearance, with the chef theme being a front he's forced to put on by Poisandra.
- Arm Cannon: The piping bag on his left arm can shoot fireballs.
- Evil Chef: He's a baker whom Poisandra wants to make her wedding cake, but he's also a wanted criminal.
- Improbable Weapon User: His right arm is an egg beater that he can use for clubbing opponents.
- One-Winged Angel: He initially looks like a pastry chef, however, his true form gives him armor adorned with multiple screaming faces.
- Undying Loyalty: To Poisandra until he got sick of her crap. He notes that he truly only has this to Sledge.
A virus/devil-themed monster who was released in order to claim the Ankylo Zord, and has since been revived on multiple occasions to menace the rangers again.
- Back from the Dead: He was resurrected in "World Famous! (in New Zealand)", and again in "Forgive and Forget". He returned again in Wings of Danger.
- The Berserker: What his venom originally turned people into.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: He's incredibly insect-like.
- Body Motifs: If you look closely, you can see his body is covered in many images of screaming faces.
- Dies Differently in Adaptation: His death in "Forgive and Forget" is this. In Kyoryuger, he was destroyed by Deboss itself (aka Greenzilla in the Sentai). In Power Rangers, he was destroyed by the Dino Charge Megazord Raptor Para Formation.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: The effect of his venom in his third appearance.
- Prongs of Poseidon: Stingrage's main weapon.
- Spike Shooter: What he fires from his trident. His stingers are the delivery method for his venom.
- Unrelated in the Adaptation: In Kyoryuger, he, Iceage, and Meteor's counterparts were part of a group called "the Extinctioners". They aren't part of a group together in "Dino Charge".
A molding iron-themed monster who can create ranger clones from Vivix.
- Back from the Dead: Was resurrected for the Halloween special. And again in Wings of Danger.
- Clone Army: Created this of the rangers out of Vivix along with creating a clone of Fury while giant.
- Improbable Weapon User: Wields a branding bar.
- Meaningful Name: A monster that can duplicate anything.
A super-intelligent maze-themed monster Fury enlisted to distract the rangers while he tried to charge the Ptera Charger.
- Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Wings of Danger.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: He uses his powers to create a maze and then runs off to relax.
- Evil Genius: He is the smartest out of all the Outlaws Sledge has at his disposal.
- Mobile Maze: Creates this out of the abandoned lab Fury was used to recharge the Ptera Charger.
- Sinister Scythe: Wields a flag-like scythe.
A bone-themed monster who can make people cowardly by stealing their backbone.
- Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Wings of Danger.
- Dem Bones: Being skeleton-themed.
- Mythology Gag: While it's unknown if this was intentional, he shares his name with the first MOTW of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, who is essentially the first MOTW in the entire Power Rangers series.
A Children's Day/Samurai-themed monster sent to hide a bomb in Tyler's jeep so they could blow up the museum.
- Everything's Better with Samurai: An evil Samurai monster.
- Fat Slob: His somewhat plump physique and constant fart jokes could make him this.
- Gasshole: His powers include farting out a smelly red fog from the pipes on his back.
- Jerkass: Mainly to Wrench.
- Mad Bomber: His mission involves planting an explosive to destroy the Rangers.
- Ominous Fog: Releases a fart-like fog to avoid being spotted by enemies.
- One-Winged Angel: When Smokescreen gigantified, he turned his lower body into a separate tail.
- Shout-Out: At one point he said "Smell Ya Later". This was said by Gary in Pokemon Red and Blue.
- Snake People: Can become one of these while giant.
A treasure themed monster.
- Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived in Wings of Danger.
- Improbable Weapon User: Attacks using explosive gold coins and incredibly dense stone tablets.
- Inexplicable Treasure Chests: Is designed as one.
- Powerful Pick: His main weapon is a golden pick.
A clumsy fighting robot owned by Prince Phillip that was stolen and reprogrammed by Sledge's forces.
- Death by Adaptation: He was destroyed, unlike his Kyoryuger counterpart.
A mind-reading vampire-themed monster who disguises herself as one of the rangers during a Halloween party.
- Adapted Out: Memorella's Kyoryuger counterpart had an infant form to disguise herself. However, that was dropped for Power Rangers.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: At one point, she brainwashed Chase into attacking the Rangers.
- Mugged for Disguise: Does this to Koda.
- Our Vampires Are Different: She's a vampire-themed monster and can transform into a bat for quick escapes.
- Telepathy: Can use this to read others' minds and steal memories.
- Villain Team-Up: With the newly revived Duplicon.
- Whip It Good: Wields a Vampire Whip.
A blade-themed monster that can sever friendships.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: His weapon when his scissors are destroyed.
- Runs with Scissors: It is his main weapon after all.
A meteroid-themed monster sent to retrieve the Purple Energem and destroy the Plesio Zord in New Zealand.
- A Dog Named "Dog": His name is Meteor, and he's based on one too.
- Arm Cannon: He sports a two disc launcher-like blaster that can fire the Planetary Destruction.
- Back from the Dead: He was resurrected in "Deep Down Under" after being destroyed in the previous episode.
- Unrelated in the Adaptation: In Kyoryuger, he, Iceage, and Stingrage's counterparts were part of a group called "the Extinctioners". They aren't part of a group together in "Dino Charge" (though they are all revived and sent down together at one point).
A Tanabata-themed monster who is sent to retrieve Purple Energem from the rangers.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: Every wish made on Wish Star's cursed wish tags have a form of repercussion.
- Jackass Genie: Grants wishes, but in ways that go poorly for the people who make them.
- Simple Staff: He wields a bamboo staff for combat.
- The Starscream: In a way. He ends up going rogue after Fury said that he was going back to jail. Albeit, he was planning to return after he retreived the Purple Energem so that he could be let free by Sledge.
Another unseen prisoner that Sledge has locked away in solitary confinement. Has an unfortunate habit of attacking anybody too close to its cell with its tentacles.
- The Berserker: Seems to be a mindless beast rather than a sapient alien. This is reflected in the fight with it, as it spends most of its fight with the Dino Charge Megazord basically mauling it.
- Combat Tentacles: Which it often uses to lash out against anyone unfortunate enough to be within range.
- Demoted to Extra: It was originally the One-Winged Angel form of Kyoryuger Big Bad Deboth, but here it's merely a Monster of the Week. An unusually strong one, but still.
- The Dreaded: The threat of going into solitary with it scares Wrench almost to death.
- Godzilla Threshold: Sledge unleashes it on Earth in the first season finale in the hopes of it finally destroying the megazords, while he uses the purple Energem to destroy the rangers.
- Kaiju: If the name didn't tip you off.
- Monster Is a Mommy: Before its destruction, it managed to lay six eggs in its cell, which Sledge found and hid all over the world. One is destroyed by the Rangers before it can hatch, but they have to bring out all five Megazords to defeat the rest when they emerge.
- The Voiceless: Unlike most of Sledge's outlaws, this monster never spoke. Instead it roared while on the attack.
- The Worf Effect: The first Greenzilla the team encountered proved to be one of their strongest opponents, easily decimating every form of the Tyranno Charge Megazord. The Plesio Charge Megazord: Pachy Rex Formation, on the other hand, was more than even it could handle.
A sheep themed monster who is able to inflict nightmares on others.
- Back from the Dead: He was resurrected in "Freaky Fightday" to assist Professor Strickler.
- Beware the Silly Ones: He acts rather childish in nature. However his plan to exhaust the rangers do greatly handicap them to the point that they can't even beat mere Vivix is kind of brutal.
- Jerkass: His main goal in life is to torment the team through their dreams, so they can't sleep, and thus can be beaten easily.
- Troll: Not only messes with the rangers' dreams to the point that they have to avoid sleeping, but sends onslaughts of Vivixs in order to make the rangers completely exhausted.
A super-fast ninja-themed monster sent by Singe to install a virus into the rangers' computer system.
- A Dog Named "Dog": He's a ninja monster named Ninja.
- Katanas Are Just Better: It's his main weapon.
- Super Speed: This allows him to install Singe's virus without being spotted.
A spider/cheetah-themed monster who assisted Ninja in trying to capture the Red Ranger, later being used as bait in a plan by Singe to weaken the rangers' Energems.
- A Dog Named "Dog": His name is Hunter, and he's got a hunting theme.
- Automatic Crossbow: One of his main weapons, along with a machete.
- Spiders Are Scary: Has a spider-like hairdo on his head.
A sports equipment monster with various tools at his disposal who trains an army of Vivix.
- Back from the Dead: He was resurrected in "Freaky Fightday" to assist Professor Strickler.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: When training a group of Vivix to fight againt the rangers.
- I Know Madden Kombat: His attacks are sports-themed.
- Impossibly Cool Weapon: One of his weapons is a bat that hits targets with explosive force, and doubles as an explosive itself. As the bat ends up in Koda's possession, the closest we see to Game Face using it is when he tries to get close enough to detonate the bat.
A greed monster made by Fury and Wrench who combined Spellbinder's pendant with Gold Digger's coins.
- Foreshadowing: Long before his actual appearance. In episode 5 of Dino Charge, after Spellbinder's destruction, Sledge saved Spellbinder's pendant, noting that it could be helpful in the future. Anyone who has seen or knows of Kyoryuger more than likely knew it would be used to create Spell Digger.
- Fusion Dance: Was created by combining Spellbinder's pendant with Gold Digger's coins.
- Greed: Anyone who touches his gold coins instantly becomes greedy.
- Mix-and-Match Man: Due to how he was created, he has parts from both Spellbinder and Gold Digger.
- Weapons That Suck: His pendant was later modified to suck up enemy attacks.
An autumn-themed chef on Heckyl's crew who fought on his own accord to prove that he is a competant monster.
- Adaptational Wimp: Unlike his counterpart, he's just a chef whose only real plan is "destroy the Rangers", whereas Debo Akidamonne was armed with explosives and could pull people into a pocket dimension that induced depression and sorrow for Aigaron to collect.
- Alas, Poor Villain: The poor guy just wanted to fit in with the other villains. Not only was he arguably the weakest monster in the season, but the worst he did was kidnap someone and threaten to bake them into a giant crepe (though he thought said person was the Pink Ranger due to overhearing a rumor and likely would have left them alone if he knew this was false). Despite being a villain it's kind of hard to not feel sorry for him.
- Butt-Monkey: Even Wrench makes fun of him.
- Drop the Hammer: His weapon of choice.
- Evil Chef: He's an outlaw who works as Heckyl's chef for a time.
- Gonk: His exaggeratedly large head and awkward facial features could be seen as this.
- Idiot Ball: Outside of being fairly weak, he really didn't have much brains either. When Heckyl asked if he had a plan to destroy the rangers, Halfbake's response?Halfbake: "I'll just... destroy them!"
- Improbable Weapon User: Uses chestnuts as bombs.
- Seasonal Baggage: His physical appearance is themed after autumn.
A fisherman themed monster sent by Snide to destroy the Titano Zord.
- Blade on a Stick: He wields a harpoon-like spear with two prongs.
- Feel No Pain: Takes a T-Rex Super Charge Morph Blast without even flinching. The Victory Maximum Final Strike only manages to knock him down, as opposed to actually destroy him.
- Shock and Awe: His Electro Rod, which he uses to electrocute a lake containing the Titano Zord.
- Stone Wall: Is one of the stronger monster to fight the rangers at this point, even surviving the Victory Maximum Final Strike. The Titano Charge Megazord was able to do the trick, though.
A drag queen-themed Vivix who is upgraded by Poisandra's magic makeup.
- All Love Is Unrequited: While still a normal Vivix, she had a big crush on Curio of all people. He wanted no part of her.
- The Beautiful Elite: Thinks of herself as this.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: Switches bodies with an Earth woman in order to seduce Tyler and later Chase.
- King Mook: She's a modified Vivix.
- She's a Man in Japan: Her Sentai countpart is a male Zorima dressed in drag.
A summer-themed monster who was sealed thousands of years ago by Koda's grandfather..
- Foil: Is much more hostile and aggressive compared to her goofy and fun loving brother.
- Giant Enemy Crab: She's got the claws of a crab.
- Lazy Bum: Anyone hit by her Holiday Beam becomes this.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red oni to her brother Loafer's blue oni.
- She's a Man in Japan: Her Sentai counterpart, Debo Vaacance, is male.
- Seasonal Baggage: Themed after summer.
- Strong Family Resemblance: She and her brother look exactly the same.
- This Is Unforgivable!: "How dare you!"
Leisure's twin brother.
- Beware the Silly Ones: He's shown to be a capable fighter despite his silly nature.
- Big Brother Instinct: While it's not known if he actually was the big brother, his reaction to Leisure's death could be seen as this.
- Foil: Is much more laid back compared to his aggressive and battle ready sister.
- Giant Enemy Crab: He's got the claws of a crab.
- Lazy Bum: It's implied that he has the same Holiday Beam that makes others lazy that his sister has. He also embodies this trope, as he prefers to goof off and play as opposed to fight the rangers.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue oni to his sister Leisure's red oni.
- Seasonal Baggage: Themed after summer.
- Strong Family Resemblance: He and his sister look exactly the same.
- Tranquil Fury: While angry about his sister's death, he sounds and acts no different outside a slight raise in his voice.
A powerful cemetery-themed monster-like Megazord created by Wrench and used by Heckyl and Snide.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: Uses his fists.
- Dumb Muscle: He doesn't show any form of actual intelligence, most likely so he could be controlled while giant.
- Humongous Mecha: Acts as this for Heckyl and Snide.
- The Worf Effect: Justified in this case. Wrench uploaded Fortress with all the Megazord combinations and data so it could produce counters against the Rangers. While it worked initially, it was completely decimated by the newly created Dino Charge Ultrazord.
A prosecutor monster who takes the rangers to the Halloween Intergalactic Court.
- Amoral Attorney: Used false claims and accusations in an attempt to get the rangers a guilty verdict.
- The Comically Serious: When he said that he owned the jury, it wasn't just figurative statement. It turned out that the jury was actually just a group of Vivix, Poisandra, and Curio; all of whom were on his side.
- Decomposite Character: In Kyoryuger, he's the true form of New Sorrowful Knight Icerondo. Icerondo also has a cloaked form, which is used for Arcanon's music-themed ally Conductro.
- Dirty Coward: Does his best to avoid fighting, instead getting others to fight for him.
- Demoted to Extra: In Kyoryuger, he was one of two generals created to replace Wrench and Poisandra's counterparts. He lasted four episodes and actually played an important part the story. In Dino Super Charge, he is a one off monster of the week who only appears in the season's Halloween special.
- Kangaroo Court: He sets the Rangers up to be tried by one.
A classroom themed monster who uses a body swapping device to swap the rangers' bodies.
- A Dog Named "Dog": Strongly averted. When his action figure was revealed, he was listed under the name Teacher, similar to other monsters in the season.
- Even Evil Has Standards: In When Evil Stirs, he is shown to be not too happy that Heckyl destroyed his homeworld.
- Evil Brit: He's a villain with a British accent.
- Evil Teacher: He's evil, and he acts like a teacher.
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: Has Nightmare switch the bodies of the main six rangers. He later has his own body briefly switched with Zenowing's.
- Improbable Weapon User: His left arm is a blaster shaped like a pencil and has a body swapping device that resembles an eraser.
One of Lord Arcanon's musicians. Conducts Screech, who uses his music to turn people into zombies.
- Dark Is Evil: He wears a black suit and cape.
- Decomposite Character: In Kyoryuger, he's the disguised form of New Sorrowful Knight Icerondo, while Icerondo's true form was used for the lawyer-themed monster Scumlaw.
- Demoted to Extra: In Kyoryuger, he and Screech were generals created to replace Wrench and Poisandra's counterparts, while here, they just act as monsters of the week.
- Mind-Control Device: Later uses a turntable playing a record with Screech's music on it to control people.
- Musical Assassin: Along with Screech. They can even combine their talents to create music for either offense or defense.
- Ominous Opera Cape: Wears a black cape that covers almost his entire body.
- Undying Loyalty: To Lord Arcanon.
One of Lord Arcanon's musicians. His trumpet music is able to turn people into zombies.
- Demoted to Extra: In Kyoryuger, he and Conductro were generals created to replace Poisandra and Wrench's counterparts, while here, they just act as monsters of the week. Screech and Conductro's costumes were just disguises in Kyoryuger, with the generals having a true form. Unlike Conductro, Screech's true form was not adapted into Dino Charge.
- Giggling Villain: Unlike Conductro, he doesn't speak on screen, instead occasionally emitting a hysterical laugh.
- Light Is Not Good: He wears a white suit and cape.
- Mind-Control Music: His trumphet music turns people into zombies.
- Mind-Control Device: Later uses a turntable playing a record with his music on it to control people.
- Musical Assassin: Along with Conductro. They can even combine their talents to create music for either offense or defense.
- Undying Loyalty: To Lord Arcanon.
A dog-themed knight monster who uses a cursed amulet to turn people into stone.
- Angry Guard Dog: Has some canine themed accents on his body, which makes sense as the Kyoryuger villains were partially inspiration from the Wizard of Oz characters, with Badussa taking inspiration from Toto.
- Demoted to Extra: Very much. In Kyoryuger, he was the main antagonist of the season's movie, where he is an evil ranger called Deathryuger (a ranger that was not adapted for Dino Charge). He appears once again in the season, where he is finally destroyed. In Dino Charge, while he does appear in the background now and then, he doesn't have that big of an impact to the show outside of showing that Heckyl is starting to reform and help introduce the Spino Zord. These changes were possibly done since Zenowing and Doomwing were doing the "evil Ranger" schtick just a few episodes ago, requiring a different role for Badussa to avoid repetition.
- Knight of Cerebus: Is much more serious and brutal when compared to the previous outlaws.
- Mythology Gag: He brags more than once about destroying the 'Kyoryuger' Galaxy, a reference to the Sentai which Dino Charge is adapted from.
- Off Screen Villainy: "I haven't had this much fun since I destroyed the Kyoryuger Galaxy!"
- Sadist: To the point that Heckyl compares him to Lord Arcanon.
- Taken for Granite: His amulet fires a beam that turns people into stone when it hits their eyes.
A Christmas/Winter-themed Santa monster that survived the destruction of Sledge's ship. He stole Santa's coal into order to curse it and give it to people, which would turn them into his evil elves.
- Ascended Extra: Somewhat. In Kyoryuger, he didn't do anything outside be the final monster of the week (albeit during a major plot shift in the season). In Dino Super Charge, he is fought after the events of the main series, acting as a surprise final villain of sorts.
- Bad Santa: Instead of giving away presents, he delivers coal that brainwashes people.
- The Ditz: Seems to be this. The rangers question why it took 65 million years to do something that would seem simple to an alien such as create coal that controls people, which makes sense as monsters before him could do similar things with ease.
- Post-Final Boss: He's the last monster of the series, and only features after the main villains are destroyed or sent to another universe.
- Sarcasm-Blind: Works with his ditzy nature. Ivan called Heximas' plan a "jolly good plan" in a sarcastic tone, which Heximas took as an actual compliment, clapping and happily thanking the ranger.
- The Chessmaster: He plans to capture and brainwash all 10 Dino Charge Rangers, so that they could help him give presents to naughty people, and his cursed coal to the good people.
- True Final Boss: While Sledge takes this role in the previous episode, and is about to head towards the sun, he steals a transport pod meant for Wrench by knocking him down into the floor, and leaving him to destroyed, with Sledge, Poisandra, and his fellow outlaws, who he isn't shown to interact with, he becomes this in the Christmas special, and series final.