Dino Fury Rangers
- Age Lift: With Amelia, Ollie, Izzy and Javi, their Sentai counterparts were over 200 years while they are young adults though Izzy is the youngest, being in high school still. Zigzagged with Zayto and Aiyon because while they were born 65 million years ago, they went into stasis as young adults.
- Animal-Motif Team: The fourth dinosaur themed Power Rangers team.
- Ascended Fanboy: Except for Zayto, the team has grown up seeing Power Rangers and their exploits, so when they get to become Rangers themselves, they're beyond excited.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character: The Beast Morpher Ranger Powers came from technology powered by an energy source derived from the Morphin Grid. The Dino Fury Rangers have mystically based powers thanks to the Morphin Masters and are directly linked to the Morphin Grid. As for Animal Motif, while the Beast Morpher Rangers were different in use (cheetah for red and gorilla for blue for example), the Dino Fury Rangers consistently use the power of the ancient dinosaurs.
- Elemental Powers: The Armor Keys are connected to elemental powers, which augments the Rangers' abilities when in use. So far these include:
- Playing with Fire: The Blazing Dino Key gives the user fire abilities.
- Shock and Awe: The Electro Dino Key gives the user electric abilities.
- Light 'em Up: The Light Dino Key gives the user light-based abilities. It also allows the user to rid curses off of people.
- Casting a Shadow: The Shadow Dino Key gives the user darkness-based abilities. It also allows the user to create black holes.
- Thinking Up Portals: The Cosmic Dino Key (a combination of the Light and Shadow Dino Keys) gives the user the ability to create portals to travel across the universe.
- Dishing Out Dirt: The Smash Dino Key gives the user Earth-based abilities. It also gives them two boxing gloves to improve their punching abilities.
- An Ice Person: The Freeze Dino Key gives the user ice-based abilities. It also grants them flight capabilities.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: The main five wield the Chromafury Sabers as their main weapons. They also use them to activate the Boost Keys.
- Knight in Shining Armor: The secondary theme for the team are knights, evidenced by the knight-like visors on the helmets and the team focusing on melee attacks.
- Legacy Character: Aside from Red and Gold, all the rangers are successors to the original Dino Fury powers that Zayto's teammates once wielded.
- The Team: The team consists of five, later six, people who transform into Power Rangers and save the world from the Sporix Army.
- The Leader: Zayto leads the team in battle and often settles arguments between the team.
- The Lancer/The Smart Guy: Ollie acts as second-in-command and the one who tends to occasionally disagrees with Zayto and Amelia's method to take down Sporix, and he's the scientific genius of the team.
- The Heart: Amelia and Javi share the role. She acts as a mediator towards her team, while he is able to work and relate to the Rangers throughout the series.
- The Big Girl: Izzy, even before becoming a Ranger at the start of her series is the muscle of her team.
- Sixth Ranger: Aiyon joins the team starting from episode 16 onwards.
- Three Plus Two: It starts with Zayto, Ollie, and Amelia, with Izzy and Javi joining in the fourth episode, and later on Aiyon joining as the Sixth Ranger.
Zayto/Red Dino Fury Ranger
Portrayed By: Russell Curry
- Bond One-Liner: "Dino Fury Victory!"
- Composite Character: He seems to fit both Koh and Master Red's role as he gained his powers alongside the other Knights of Rafkon and is the only survivor.
- Dork Knight: Downplayed. While he is mostly calm, composed and level-headed, he still has some shades of this due to his lack of social skills.
- Disney Death: In "The Nemesis", Zayto uses Master Mode's final attack to destroy the Nemesis Beast, which kills him as he was warned. The Morphin Masters bring him back somehow and give him new powers as a bonus.
- Experienced Protagonist: Zayto had experience as a knight, and being a Power Ranger heightens his abilities.
- An alien with human physiology who is the Red Ranger with more experience than his teammates and also has mental abilities. Are we talking about Zayto or Andros?
- He was also put into stasis after a big battle in the past, making him an expy of Zhane as well.
- He's an alien who uses telepathy and usually hides his alien features with a hat like Trip.
- The fact that that he's the reason why a widespread monster invasion destroyed most of his planet harkens back both to Dr. K and Nate Silva.
- And finally, he dies but is resurrected in a brand new white Ranger outfit, like Tommy Oliver.
- Fish out of Temporal Water: Briefly shown in "Sporix Unleashed"; when the team teleport into the city, Zayto is in awe of how much things have changed over 65 million years.
- Good is Not Nice:
- In "Unexpected Guest", he bluntly refuses Mick's request for help, believing the hunt for the Sporix should be the team's priority. To his credit, he comes around after Mick helps them against Wolfgang.
- In "The Hunt", he angrily refuses to accept Void Knight's help after everything the latter did by unleashing the Sporix and terrorizing Pine Ridge. However, he changes his tune after seeing Void Knight helping Javi fight against Snageye.
- Heroic Sacrifice: In "The Nemesis", he uses the power of the Dino Saber at the cost of his life. Thankfully, the Morphin Masters revive him months later.
- Human Popsicle: Zayto was put into stasis after the war against the Sporix 65 million years ago.
- Hurting Hero: While he doesn't show it often, Zayto is quite understandably upset over losing his home planet and nigh-everyone he's ever known and loved. When he finally gets to Rafkon in "Rafkon Revealed", he has to take a moment as he sees what his homeworld looks like after sixty-five million years.
- The Leader: Easily takes this role given that he has the most training of the Rangers.
- The Mentor: Acts like this as well, not only teaching the others how to use their arsenal but gently guides them into working together as a team.
- Must Make Amends: After "Ancient History" reveals how it's his fault for unleashing the Sporix, his reasoning on stopping them is seen in this light.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Twice. In the first episode, he unleashes the Sporix when his Dino Dagger hits the chest. And "Ancient History" reveals that the Sporix invasion on Rafkon was his fault.
- No Social Skills: Due to being a Rafkon and in stasis for 65 million years, he doesn't have basic human social skills and needs Ollie and Amelia's help to adjust to modern times.
- Really 700 Years Old: Having been in stasis for 65 million years, he and Aiyon are currently the oldest living Power Rangers, beating out Koda in Power Rangers Dino Charge at 10,000, who beat out Merrick in Power Rangers Wild Force at 3,000. note
- Rookie Red Ranger: Inverted. Zayto received his powers alongside his fellow knights 65 million years ago and had the training to fight against the Sporix. It is the other Rangers of today that receive their powers much later.
- Rubber-Forehead Aliens: He has a set of antenna on his forehead and comes from the planet Rafkon. In "Sporix Unleashed", it is revealed that he can retract his antenna into his forehead so he can blend in with everyone else. This is reinforced by the fact that he often wears a hat in public.
- Sole Survivor: Zayto was the only member of his team to live after the final battle against the Sporix. He may also be one of if not the last of his kind after his planet was ravaged by the Sporix (or at least if Rafkon is still alive, he may be the last of his generation). With Aiyon's return, he's no longer the last member of the Knights to survive, but he still wonders about Rafkon in the season one finale.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Being the PR counterpart of Master Red, who died at the beginning of the season, makes him counts as one.
- Super Mode: In Season 2, he gains (or in this case regains) the Dino Knight Mode. Turns out Tarrick used it to become Void Knight.
- Telepathy: He has the ability to read people's minds, which is a trait of all from Rafkon. He first uses it on Ollie and Amelia to see if it still works.
- Transforming Mecha: His T-Rex Champion Zord can change from T-Rex Mode to Battle Mode.
- Trexpy: Zayto's main Dino Spirit is the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
- Wolverine Claws: The Dino Knight Morpher is essentially a claw Zayto can use for battle.
Ollie Akana/Blue Dino Fury Ranger II
Portrayed By: Kai Moya
- Absurdly Sharp Blade: His Tricera Blade Zord has a huge sword on its nose horn.
- Adaptational Wimp: Downplayed. His Sentai version Melto was an Experienced Protagonist who became a ranger years before his series had started. While Ollie is a Master Swordsman like Melto, he is shown to lack combat experience compared to him, and during his first battle against Hengemen, he was initially too timid to fight. After he transforms into a Power Ranger, he became a badass tough-as-nails fighter similar to Melto.
- Agent Scully: Ollie is a logic-based person and will not accept anything unless it can be proven with science.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: Despite the above, he was well aware of the existence of the Power Rangers, which in turn proves the existence of aliens and magic. This is especially egregious given his team's leader is an alien with telepathic powers and his morpher is linked directly to the Morphin' Grid, which is far more fantastical.
- Badass Bookworm: Even before he became a Ranger, he was a science nerd, an adventurer, and a Master Swordsman. Becoming a Ranger took all of this and turned him into a badass superhero.
- Battle Couple: In the episode "Love Hate", Ollie and Amelia become a couple who still fight together as Rangers.
- Everyone Has Standards: Is often pretty rude toward Amelia because of their clashing beliefs, but he usually apologizes when it's clear he's crossed the line.
- Insufferable Genius: Ollie is a smart logical person who is skilled in many sciences, like electronics. He is also one the bluntest of the Rangers, which can be seen as rude to many people. "New Leaf" reveals he's warded off so many people because of this mindset of his, which he dismissed as people being envious of him or not able to keep up with him. It takes an accident on his part to humble him.
- Interspecies Romance: With Amelia after it's revealed that she's Rafkonian.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Ollie's logic-based personality can come off as rude to most, especially Amelia in regards to her superstitious beliefs, but he will do the right thing at the end of the day and admit to his mistakes. Case in point, "Superstition Strikes" had him be an unsympathetic asshole to Amelia over her bad luck, but he was willing to help her fight off Boomtower.
- The Lancer: Ollie's logic-based thinking contrasts Zayto's cautious way of thinking.
- Master Swordsman: Claimed he had six years of fencing lessons, which is more than enough experience to wield a sword.
- Opposites Attract: The skeptical, scientific Ollie with the imaginative, paranormal-obsessed Amelia.
- Relationship Upgrade: He and Amelia become a couple in the "Love Hate" episode.
- Secret Identity Vocal Shift: Because Zayto enforces a secret identity rule, Ollie had to deepen his voice as a Power Ranger when talking to his mom morphed.
- Skewed Priorities: In "Storm Surge", he lets himself get deterred from his promise to help Javi by the prospect of winning a contest.
- The Smart Guy: He fills the role of the team's scientific genius and always thinks logically.
- Temper-Ceratops: Ollie's main Dino Spirit is the Triceratops.
- Took a Level in Kindness: After the events of "New Leaf", Ollie realizes how much of a jerk he was to Amelia and apologizes for mocking her beliefs. He even helps her on a paranormal investigation in a later episode and expresses dismay that they did not find a ghost.
Amelia Jones/Pink Dino Fury Ranger II
Portrayed By: Hunter Deno
- Action Girl: A given job for her as a female Power Ranger, she fights the Big Bad and saves lives.
- Adaptational Skimpiness: Her Sentai counterpart Asuna was all covered and dressed modestly. In comparison, Amelia's wardrobe includes more shorts and midriff-bearing shirts.
- Adaptational Wimp: Downplayed. Her Sentai version Asuna was an Experienced Protagonist who became a ranger years before her series started and is considered one of her team's strongest members. Amelia claims that she has experience in three years of karate but during her first battle against Hengemen she was initially too timid to fight. After she transforms into a Power Ranger she became a badass Action Girl similar to Asuna.
- Affectionate Nickname: Her Pop-Pop calls her "nugget" on occasion. He came up with it after getting her out of Area 62 as a baby.
- Agent Mulder: A believer in superstitions, ghosts and paranormal activity.
- Antagonistic Offspring: An inversion as her parents are the villains of the season.
- Battle Couple: In the episode "Love Hate", Ollie and Amelia become a couple who still fight together as Rangers.
- Break the Cutie: She's pulled through the wringer in the final episodes of the series in regards to her origins, especially in regards to who her parents are.
- Composite Character: She seems to fit the role of both Asuna and Ui Tatsui. She became a ranger after her predecessor died and is a Youtuber and vlogger similar to Ui.
- Connected All Along: She's the daughter of both Void Knight and Void Queen.
- Drop the Hammer: Her Ankylo Hammer Zord has a hammer on its tail.
- Exact Words: In "Wishful Thinking", she wishes to see her parents, and is distraught at what she sees. She sees Void King and Queen, who are later to be revealed as her parents.
- Foreshadowing: Quite a few of them in regards to The Reveal about her.
- In "The Makeover", she swaps bodies with Zayto, and one of the first things she tries to do is summon his antennae. After she learns that she is Rafkonian, first thing she does is grow her antennae.
- In "The Festival", she's the only "Earth" rangers who immediately likes the Flargen cake, a Rafkonian delicacy, on her first taste of it. Probably because she herself is Rafkonian.
- In "Wishful Thinking", she, Ollie, and Javi all get magic charms that grant them wishes, but also transform the holder after a while. Javi and Ollie get what they wish for, but Amelia is distraught that she doesn't seem to get her wish: to see her parents, even if just for a moment. She does, though: this episode is one of the few where Void Queen leaves the base, with Void King in tow. She sees them, but she has no idea they're her parents until much later.
- Freudian Excuse: Episode 11 reveals that she's obsessed with the paranormal because she hopes it'll give her a hint as to what happened to her parents after they mysteriously disappeared years prior. Turns out they never disappeared; they were hiding in Area 62 the entire time.
- Happily Adopted: After finding out that she's not biologically related at all to her Pop-pop, she still treats him like he's her real grandfather.
- The Heart: She acts as a mediator to her team.
- Human Alien: The final episodes of the show reveal that she's Rafkonian.
- Interspecies Romance: With Ollie once it's revealed that she's Rafkonian.
- Intrepid Reporter: She works at BuzzBlast doing segments on things like glow-in-the-dark lip gloss but would prefer to report on paranormal phenomena.
- Opposites Attract: The imaginative, paranormal-obsessed Amelia with the skeptical, scientific Ollie.
- Paranormal Investigation: Amelia would love to work on these types of stories, always looking into weird sightings of ghosts or cryptids, but her boss Jane almost always turns down her stories that focus on them. The premiere is the first time Amelia is given a chance to investigate (and even then only on the promise she won't make it about the supernatural. Which Amelia doesn't keep).
- Raised by Grandparents: Episode 11 reveals she's been raised by her grandfather after her parents disappeared. Turns out, Pop-Pop isn't her biological grandfather.
- Relationship Upgrade: She and Ollie become a couple in the "Love Hate" episode.
- Searching for the Lost Relative: Her series arc is trying to find the whereabouts of her parents. It's only until the end of the show that she reunites with them after learning that they were actually Void Knight and Void Queen this whole time.
- Secret Identity Vocal Shift: Same as with Ollie and his mom, Amelia lowers her voice when around Jane.
- Shipper on Deck: She squeals "Look at them!" when Izzy and Fern go off on their date, and she's beaming when her grandpa and Beatrice ask each other out to have lunch.
- Tomato in the Mirror: She turns out to be an alien herself! More specifically, she's Rafkonian like Zayto and Aiyon.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The fashionable, peppy Girly Girl to Izzy's Tomboy.
- Tough Armored Dinosaur: Amelia's main Dino Spirit is the Anyklosarus.
Isabella "Izzy" Garcia/Green Dino Fury Ranger II
Portrayed By: Tessa Rao
- Action Girl: Her skill as an athlete translates well to her skill as a ranger. She even brings a pole into her first battle.
- Action Dress Rip: One of the first things she does after morphing is rip off her skirt, stating that she does not do skirts.
- Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: Downplayed. While Towa and Bamba are full-blood brothers, Izzy and Javi are step-siblings but are closer and more friendly with each other than their counterparts.
- Adaptational Sexuality: Her sentai conterpart is straight. Here, She has a girlfriend.
- The Baby of the Bunch: The youngest of the Rangers, being a teen in high school while the others are young adults.
- The Big Girl: An athletic speedster who has impressive strength and stamina; and is the best for chasing down fast enemies.
- Book Dumb: She's great at sports. By her own admission, less so everything else.
- Brother–Sister Team: Works with her step-brother Javi as a Power Ranger.
- Butch Lesbian: It is revealed in episode 13 that she is dating a girl (Fern). Skirts are not her thing, and she's into athletics. "Stitched Up" has her go to prom in a suit.
- Deadpan Snarker: She gets a few zingers in at Boomtower during her fight with him.
- A tomboy green Ranger who is a top athlete and has incredible speed with a preference of a sword as her weapon, are we talking about Izzy or Sena Hayami.
- She could also be considered one for the 2017 film version of Trini. Both are tomboyish Latina Rangers with a sabre-toothed tiger Zord. Izzy is also gay just as Trini was hinted to be.
- Gendered Outfit: Defied. When she morphs, she notices her Ranger suit has a skirt, which she rips off due to her dislike of them. This has a basis in reality, too. Since Towa, her "Sentai" counterpart, was a man, Izzy going without a skirt would remove any possibility of Stock Footage Failure where the hypothetically-skirted Green Ranger and skirtless Ryusoul Green would be concerned.
- Fangirl: She's noted to be a fan of Steel (from Beast Morphers) and his movies.
- Horrible Judge of Character: One of her flaws, as shown in "Winning Attitude" and "Stitched Up" in regards to her family members.
- She assumed Lily was intentionally ditching her when she arrived a half-hour late because she was shopping with a friend. She learns on the day of the race that Lily was helping a friend with grocery shopping because said friend had a leg in a cast and couldn't reach the products on the high shelves.
- She also thought her mom didn't understand her desires to wear a tuxedo for her prom and tossed the dress into the trash... it turned out her mom did prepare her a tux; the dress was actually for Fern and it got swapped.
- Hypocritical Heartwarming: She tells off a monster for making her brother cry, claiming that's her job.
- I Know Madden Kombat: In her debut fight she takes down Hengemen and scares off Boomtower with the javelin she practiced with earlier.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Sarcasm aside, Izzy can be rude to a few people (extending to her cousin Lily when she supposedly ditched training for shopping with her friend), but when she finds out the full story, she goes out of her way to make amends. This also extends to her competitive nature. As tough as she can be to her rivals, she will not hesitate to help them if they are injured.
- Jousting Lance: The Tiger Claw Zord sports one on its right side.
- Jumped at the Call: She and Javi immediately agree to become Power Rangers after their first fight.
- Lovable Jock: Slightly sarcastic tendencies aside, Izzy is a nice enough girl who seems to get along with the other Rangers rather well, and is close enough to her step-brother to know his secret hideout's location.
- The Masquerade Will Kill Your Dating Life: The requirement to keep her identity secret from her girlfriend very nearly torpedoes her relationship completely. She's able to salvage and continue their relationship by mentioning something Fern had only said to the Green Ranger and talks about an "If she was a Ranger" scenario.
- Official Couple: With Fern as revealed in "The Matchmaker", making her the first openly LGBT Power Ranger of the main show.
- Passionate Sports Girl: Takes her sports seriously.
- Queer Establishing Moment: The end of the "The Matchmaker" reveals she's dating Fern and it ends with the two holding hands as they head off on a date.
- She's a Man in Japan: Her Sentai counterpart Towa was male, while Izzy is female. She is also the first female green ranger, chronologically second with her predecessor from Rafkon being the first.
- Snowy Sabertooths: Izzy's main Dino Spirit is the Sabertooth Tiger.
- Token Minority:
- Well, her Zord anyway. Out of the other Zords, the Tiger Claw Zord is the only one besides the Dimetro Blazing Zord that isn't based on a dinosaur, but rather an Ice Age animal.
- She herself is the only openly LGBT member of the rangers.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The competitive, athletic Tomboy to Amelia's Girly Girl.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She's The Big Girl and a competitive athlete who avoids skirts and dresses, preferring a suit for formal occasions. However, when she's in love, she starts styling her hair and wearing perfume, and in one episode, she manages to help her mom make a lovely dress for Fern.
- Totally Radical: She drops a lot of Millennial and Gen-Z style slang during fights, like calling the Megazord a "big superhero mood" and saying "Okay Boomer" to Boomtower.
- Twofer Token Minority: She is a dark-skinned lesbian.
Javier "Javi" Garcia/Black Dino Fury Ranger II
Portrayed By: Chance Perez
- Adaptational Nice Guy: He is amiable and open to everyone he interacts with compared to the cold, aloof and anti-social Bamba from "Ryusoulger".
- Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: Downplayed. While Towa and Bamba are full-blood brothers, Izzy and Javi are step-siblings but are closer and more friendly with each other than their counterparts.
- Brother–Sister Team: Works with his step-sister Izzy as a Power Ranger.
- Composite Character: Javi's main Sentai counterpart is Bamba, but thanks to using the Dino Knight Morpher in The Copycat, he has shades of Master Red as the only other figure to use Dino Knight Armor Mode besides Zayto.
- The Ditherer: When it comes to music apparently; his father states that he's gone through three other instruments in the span of a month before settling on his (costly) keytar. Javi's only answer is that he likes to try new things. This actually helps him in a music competition where he quick changes through the different instruments he practiced over the years. He ultimately makes his decision by Season 2.
- Everyone Has Standards: In "The Matchmaker", Javi — under the belief that his sister was crushing on Adrian — tries to get Fern away from her (unaware that Fern is the one Izzy is seeing at the moment). Upon assuming Javi is asking to go out with her, Fern firmly states that she's currently not dating guys to which Javi accepts with a "that's fair".
- A black dino ranger first appearing in a leather jacket. Are we talking about Javi or Ian Yorkland?
- A hero who wears a leather jacket, and his harmonica intimidates monsters. Are we talking about Javi or Gai Kurenai?
- A black dino ranger with a harmonica? Are we talking about Javi or Asuka?
- The Heart: He is able to work and relate to all the Rangers throughout the series.
- Intrepid Reporter: He gets a job at BuzzBlast at the end of "New Recruits".
- Jumped at the Call: He and Izzy immediately agree to become Power Rangers after their first fight.
- Musical Assassin: A musician at heart and a Ranger as well.
- Spikes of Villainy: Inverted. The Stego Spike Zord is covered in spikes, but it is on the side of good.
- Tough Armored Dinosaur: Javi's main Dino Spirit is the Stegosaurus.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Marshmallows. Episode 9 has Izzy reveal that he always ate marshmallows for s'mores (which he admits when Mucus sarcastically tells them to go make s'mores) and in Episode 11, when he gives hot chocolate to Amelia, his own cup is full of them.
- The Unfavorite: Unlike Izzy, Javi doesn't have a good relationship with his father, who disapproves of his musical interests and thinks of him as unreliable. This is doubly tragic as Javi is his biological son. Fortunately, the two make up in Season 2 and Carlos is more supportive of his musical endeavours.
Aiyon/Gold Dino Fury Ranger
Portrayed By: Jordan Fite
- Acquired Situational Narcissism: In "Our Hero", he lets the praise he receives for a spectacular save go to his head, allowing Slyther to bait him into a trap.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: Downplayed. His Sentai counterpart Canalo made his debut in episode 14 of Ryusoulger. Aiyon made a brief appearance while he was morphed in episode 1 flashback, but didn't make his actual debut until episode 15.
- Big Eater: Especially when it comes to anything sweet. Zayto's gift for him in the Secret Santa event is homemade ice cream.
- Break the Haughty: Assumes the prophecy about him fighting Lord Zedd means he's a guaranteed chance of winning effortlessly, and goes charging in. The end result is Zedd gets his hands on the Sporix generator and Zayto is nearly killed.
- Devious Daggers: Aiyon's side arm is a Mosa Blade; a knife that can cut through dense material after yanking on the throttle. It can combine with the Mosa Fury Blaster to form the Gold Fury Blade Blaster.
- Electric Black Guy: He uses lightning-based attacks and is played by a black actor.
- Experienced Protagonist: Just like Zayto and his Sentai version Canalo, Aiyon had experience as a knight and became a Ranger 65 million years ago.
- As with Zayto fitting the role of Andros from In Space, Aiyon fits well with Zhane as the Sixth Ranger who was friends with the Red Ranger years ago, only to go into stasis and believed to be dead.
- He's a gold dino ranger that's a Fish out of Temporal Water who gains a love of ice cream like Utsusemimaru.
- Fun Personified: Once he joins the team, he reveals himself to be the goofiest and most fun-loving member.
- The Gunslinger: In contrast with the core five who primarily use the Chromafury Sabers, Aiyon uses his Mosa Fury Blaster for the majority of the fights.
- Hidden Depths: He's a decent baker, judging by the finale where he opens up a café ifselling Rafkonian food is any indicator.
- Human Popsicle: He spent 65 million years underwater after the final battle with the Sporix. Had it not been for the Nexus Prism, he'd still be down there.
- I Warned You: He told Zayto to not unleash the Sporix. Zayto didn't listen and Rafkon paid for it dearly.
- Leader Wannabe: When he first approached the team, he demanded to lead them instead of Zayto as he was still sore about what happened 65 million years ago. He did briefly lead the team against Wreckmate but clammed up when they were in a tough position and had to lean on Zayto for guidance. To be fair, this did help Aiyon realize how tough being a leader is and let go of his anger towards Zayto.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: The prophecy of him beating Zedd went to his head and thus lead to Zedd not only getting his hands on the Sporix Generator but also destroying Rafkon with it, as the survivors of "The Invasion" point out.
- Resurrected for a Job: The Green Morphin' Master woke him up to make sure he'd fight against Lord Zedd.
- Rubber-Forehead Aliens: Like with Zayto, Aiyon has a pair of antenna that can retract for public appearances.
- Sea Monster: Aiyon's main Dino Spirit is the Mosasaurus.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: He has recurring nightmares of fighting the Sporix, and his friends dying.
- Shock and Awe: With the Electro Armor, Aiyon's powers are amplified with electricity.
- Sixth Ranger: Aiyon did not appear until the fifteenth episode, and he did not join the team until the sixteenth episode.
- Sweet Tooth: Gains a love of ice cream in Our Hero to the point that his Secret Santa gift are tubs of homemade ice cream from Zayto. In the finale, he ends up running a bakery that serves Rafkonian delicacies.
- Transforming Mecha: His Mosa Razor Zord can change from Mosa Mode to Battle Mode.
- The Unmasqued World: Following the Time Skip near the end of "The Nemesis", Aiyon is shown to have revealed his true identity as a Rafkonian to the people of Pine Ridge, even opening an eatery that offers Rafkon cuisine.
- We Used to Be Friends: He and Zayto used to be close friends 65 million years ago, but it was ruined when Zayto went against his concerns about unleashing the Sporix. Fortunately, they make up at the end of Ancient History.
- Adapted Out: Kishiryu Dinomigo and his companions Kishiryu Cobrago are the only ones not to be adapted from Ryusoulger.
- Adaptational Nonsapience: Some of the Kishiryu could speak in Ryusoulger, but not here.
- Adaptation Species Change:
- In Ryusoulger, the mecha were a species known as Kishiryu, reptilian creatures that resembled dinosaurs and other assorted extinct life. In Power Rangers, they are actually referred to as dinosaurs.
- The Green and Black Ranger's Zords in the Sentai were fictional dinosaur species called the Tigersaurus and Needlesaurus, while here they're actual prehistorical species (Smilodon and Stegosaurus).
- Animal Mecha: Dinosaur themed Zords which include:
- Trexpy: The T-Rex Champion Zord.
- Temper-Ceratops: Tricera Blade Zord.
- Tough Armored Dinosaur: The Ankylo Hammer and Stego Spike Zords.
- Panthera Awesome: Tiger Claw Zord (based on the Smilodon).
- Sea Monster: The Mosa Razor Zord.
- Raptor Attack: The Cosmic Raptor Zord (which can split into the Light and Shadow Raptor Zords).
- Headbutting Pachy: The Pacha Smash Zords.
- Ptero Soarer: The Ptera Freeze Zord.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Thanks to one blink and you miss it scene in Destination Dinohenge, all the Zords make an appearance in the premiere before their proper introductions.
- Elemental Powers: The four other Zords outside the core six have elemental abilities, which enhances the Megazord's abilities. These include:
- Playing with Fire: The Dimetro Blazing Zord controls fire.
- Light 'em Up / Casting a Shadow: The Cosmic Raptor Zords controls both light and darkness.
- Dishing Out Dirt: The Pacha Smash Zords controls the Earth.
- An Ice Person: The Ptera Freeze Zord controls ice.
- Heroic Sacrifice: In the finale, the Zords give up their lives to power up the Dino Master Saber for the Ultimate Attack Zayto uses against the Nemesis Beast.
- Mecha Expansion Pack: Thanks to how the Zord combination system works, a good chunk of the Zords can merge with the T-Rex Champion Zord, the Mosa Razor Zord, and the Ptera Freeze Zord to form different Megazord configurations. Even the Tricera Blade and Ankylo Hammer Zords, which are the core components to the Dino Fury Megazord, have different configurations.
- Token Minority: The Tiger Claw Zord and the Dimetro Blazing Zord are the only mammal based Zords in a group of Dinosaur based Zords.
T-Rex Champion ZordZayto's primary Zord.
As the T-Rex Champion Zord
- Arm Cannon: The T-Rex Champion Zord Battle Mode sports two wrist blasters.
- Combining Mecha: Yeah this Zord has a lot of configurations, so lets break it down:
- When the T-Rex Champion Zord combines with the Dimetro Blazing Zord, it forms the T-Rex Blazing Megazord.
- When the T-Rex Champion Zord combines with the Cosmic Raptor Zords, it forms the T-Rex Cosmic Megazord.
- Dual Wielding: Some Megazord configurations have it wield two weapons at once.
- The T-Rex Blazing Megazord wields a fan and sword as its weapons.
- The T-Rex Cosmic Megazord wields a sword and a gun as its weapons.
- Finishing Move:
- T-Rex Champion Zord Battle Mode: T-Rex Champion Chomp: Using the T-Rex Fist, the T-Rex Champion Zord delivers a devastating bite attack.
- T-Rex Blazing Megazord: Blazing Mega Strike: The Megazord performs flame-based energy slashes with its blade that completely defeats the Sporix Beast.
- T-Rex Cosmic Megazord: Cosmic Gateway Strike: The Megazord gathers cosmic energy into its gun to fire a black hole followed by a light energy slash from its sword that engulfs the Sporix Beast and defeats it.
- Power Fist: In Battle Mode, the T-Rex Champion Zord can reconfigure its parts to form a T-Rex Fist.
- Shoulder Cannon: The T-Rex Blazing Megazord sports two shoulder cannons that can shoot streams of flames.
- Transforming Mecha: The T-Rex Champion Zord Battle Mode can transform from T-Rex Mode to the Megazord Battle Mode.
- Whip It Good: The T-Rex Champion Zord Battle Mode can reconfigure its parts to form an arm whip.
As the Dino Fury MegazordA combination of the T-Rex Champion Zord, Tricera Blade Zord, and Ankylo Hammer Zord.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Both the base Dino Fury Megazord and its Blade Formation wields an arm blade that is formed from the front half of the Tricera Blade Zord.
- Combining Mecha:
- When the T-Rex Champion Zord combines with the Tricera Blade and Ankylo Hammer Zords, it forms the Dino Fury Megazord. These two Zords can reconfigure the Megazord to either Hammer Formation or Blade Formation.
- When the Dino Fury Megazord combines with the Tiger Claw Zord, it forms the Dino Fury Megazord Claw Formation.
- When the Dino Fury Megazord combines with the Stego Spike Zord, it forms the Dino Fury Megazord Spike Formation.
- When the Dino Fury Megazord combines with the Tiger Claw Zord and the Stego Spike Zord, it forms the Dino Fury Megazord Warrior Formation.
- When the Dino Fury Megazord combines with the Pacha Smash Zords, it forms the Dino Fury Megazord Smash Formation.
- Chest Blaster: The chest drills on the Warrior Formation can fire energy blasts if need be.
- Drop the Hammer: In Hammer Formation, the Megazord wields a hammer on its left arm.
- Dual Wielding: Spike Formation has twin maces as its weapons.
- Finishing Move:
- Base Mode: Mega Slash: The Megazord delivers a powerful energy slash from its arm blade.
- Claw Formation: Tiger Mega Slash: The Megazord charges green energy into its lance and jumps into the air before performing a devastating diagonal slash that slices into the Sporix Beast and instantly defeats it.
- Hammer Formation: Mega Hammer Slam: The Megazord amplifies its hammer's size and smashes the Sporix Beast.
- Spike Formation: Stego Mega Punches: The Megazord charges its maces and releases multiple purple energy bursts from them in frontal push-out thrusts against the Sporix Beast.
- Blade Formation:
- Mega Slash: The Megazord charges the blades on its arm and chest with blue electricity and extend them to stab the Sporix Beast, defeating it.
- Double Mega Slash: The Megazord uses its electrified blades to stab two Sporix Beasts at once.
- Warrior Formation:
- Dino Mega Slash: The Megazord spawns manifestations of the Blade Formation, Hammer Formation, Claw Formation, and Spike Formation and unleashes multiple energy slashes of their respective colors at the Sporix Beast, instantly defeating it.
- Dino Mega Blast: The Megazord fires red, blue, pink, green, and yellow laser beams from the main Zord components at the Sporix Beast.
- Smash Formation: Pacha Mega Smash: The Megazord charges one of its boxing gloves and launches the Baby Pacha Zord with a punch, which then executes a series of powerful jabs before finishing with a double-jab that defeats the Sporix Beast.
- Jousting Lance: Both the Claw Formation and the Warrior Formation wield a lance from the Tiger Claw Zord.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: In Warrior Formation, the Megazord wields a shield that is formed from the spines of the Stego Spike Zord and the head of the T-Rex Champion Zord. This allows the Rangers to use the jaws to rip away an opponent's weapon or fire an energy blast.
- Power Fist: In Smash Formation, the Dino Fury Megazord sports two boxing gloves.
- Tank Goodness: The Dino Fury Megazord Fortress Formation is a tank mode for the Megazord.
- Transforming Mecha: For the Dino Fury Megazord, it can transform into the vehicular Fortress Formation.
Mosa Razor ZordAiyon's primary Zord.
- Attack Drones: The Mosa Razor Zord has two unnamed ammonite Zords that support it and form the arms for the Battle Mode.
- Blade on a Stick: The Mosa Razor Zord Battle Mode wields a trident like harpoon weapon for its main weapon.
- Combining Mecha:
- When the Mosa Razor Zord combines with the Dimetro Blazing Zord, it forms the Electro Zord.
- When the Mosa Razor Zord combines with the Cosmic Raptor Zords, it forms the Mosa Cosmic Megazord. When combine wit the Shadow Raptor Zord alone, it forms the Mosa Shadow Megazord.
- Dual Wielding: In the Mosa Cosmic Megazord, it wields a sword and gun.
- Finishing Move:
- Mosa Razor Zord Battle Mode: Harpoon Strike: The Mosa Razor Zord jumps into the air and dives back down with its trident-like harpoon spinning in a drill manner that pierces through the Sporix Beast.
- Mosa Shadow Megazord: Shadow Mega Blast: The Megazord generates darkness from its gun to fire a dark energy beam that pierces the Sporix Beast before turning into a black hole that swallows it up, defeating it.
- Mosa Cosmic Megazord: Cosmic Gateway Strike: The Megazord performs a light energy slash with its sword and fires a black hole from its gun that engulfs the Sporix Beast and defeats it.
- Transforming Mecha: The Mosa Razor Zord can change from Mosasaurus Mode to Megazord Battle Mode.
Ptera Freeze ZordAn auxiliary Zord that was encased in a stone at Blackwood Valley.
- Adapted Out: The Pit Mode from Ryusoulger is never seen in any type of footage original or Sentai.
- An Ice Person: True to its name, the Ptera Freeze Zord can free its surroundings and opponents to its advantage.
- Finishing Move: Freeze Strike: The Ptera Freeze Zord encases the claw in solid ice and flies at super speed before using it to pierce and destroy the Sporix Beast in an instant.
- Flight: It is the only Zord capable of flying.
- Mecha Expansion Pack: Outside of the Ultrazord configurations, it can combine with the T-Rex Champion Zord to form the Ptera Rex Zord.
- Transforming Mecha: The Ptera Freeze Zord can change from Pteradactyl Mode to Megazord Battle Mode.
- Wolverine Claws: In Battle Mode, the Ptera Freeze Zord wields an ice-claw like weapon.
Fusion UltrazordAn Ultrazord configuration that is the combination of the T-Rex Blazing Megazord and the Mosa Razor Zord.
- Elemental Powers: It can control the powers of fire, lightning, and water.
- Finishing Move: Fusion Ultra Strike: The Ultrazord charges the Mosa Fist with blue lightning and the T-Rex Fist with fire to deliver chomping energy punches that defeat the Sporix Beast.
- Power Fist: It uses the heads of the T-Rex and Mosa Zords as fists.
- Shoulder Cannon: Shares the same shoulder cannons the T-Rex Blazing Megazord had.
Ptera Freeze UltrazordAn Ultrazord configuration that is the combination of the Ptera Rex Zord and the Pacha Smash Zords.
- Elemental Powers: It can control the powers of fire and ice.
- Finishing Move: Fusion Ultra Punch: the Ultrazord freezes the right glove and ignites the left glove with fire and performs a series of ice and fire jabs, followed by the Baby Pacha Zord executing a couple of jabs before it pierces the Sporix Beast.
- Flight: Thanks to the Ptera Freeze Zord being part of the combination, this Ultrazord can fly in the air.
- Power Fist: It uses boxing gloves that were formed from the Pacha Smash Zords.
Primal UltrazordAn Ultrazord configuration that is the combination of the T-Rex Champion Zord, the Mosa Razor Zord, and the Ptera Freeze Zord.
- Early-Bird Cameo: The Primal Ultrazord made a few appearances in Season 1 through flashbacks before being properly introduced in the second season.
- Elemental Powers: It can control the powers of fire, water and ice.
- Dangerous Forbidden Technique: The Primal Ultrazord is stated to be the most powerful combination of the Rangers' arsenal, but the power proved to be unstable in its first fight, leading to the deaths of Zayto and Aiyon's teammates in the Great Sporix Wars. That incident disturbed Zayto enough to deem the combination off limits until Solon and Ollie refined the power with modern day technology.
- Finishing Move:
- Primal Extreme Blast: A massive and destructive power surge of energy fired from the Ultrazord.
- Primal Ultra Blast: The Ultrazord summons manifestations of all of the Dino Fury Zords and fires a barrage of laser beams from them at the Sporix Beast.
- Lightning Bruiser: This Ultrazord can move quick and hit real hard.
- Power Fist: Like the Fusion Ultrazord, the Primal Ultrazord uses the heads of the T-Rex and Mosa Zords as fists.
Allies to the Rangers
Voiced By: Josephine Davison
A Solonosaurus and a close friend to Zayto.
- Artificial Limbs: Her entire right leg and both arms from the elbow down were injured in a battle against the Sporix and were replaced with mechanical ones.
- Cyborg: She has had a few limbs and most of her torso replaced after being badly wounded by the Sporix.
- Electronic Eyes: Solon possesses cybernetic eyes, which helped her not become frozen by Vypeera in episode 3.
- Glowing Mechanical Eyes: Solon's cybernetic eyes glow a light blue color.
- Goofy Feathered Dinosaur: She has a cluster of feathers on the back of her head. She's also much smaller compared to the other dinosaurs that fought alongside the Knights of Rafkon and acts as Zayto's friend rather than any kind of warrior.
- Immune to Mind Control: Her electronic eyes prevent her from being brainwashed.
- A Lizard Named "Liz": A Solonosaurus named Solon.
- Mission Control: She acts like this to the Rangers, contacting them where a Sporix Beast is after getting a call from the Ranger hotline and summons the Zords when they need them.
- Non-Action Guy: She's not a fighter which she lampshades in "Old Foes" by telling Ollie that she's "moral support". Played With as it's shown she is capable of fighting, as she does with Slyther in his debut, just not on par with the Rangers.
- Omniglot: According to Solon, she is capable of speaking millions of languages. Except for French.Solon: French is hard.
- Team Mom: She has moments of this, comforting the Rangers in low moments and giving them advice, and even asks if Izzy or Javi want a snack the first time she meets them. When Zayto is resurrected in the finale, she even calls him "My boy!"
- Whateversaurus: Solon refers to herself as a Solonosaurus.
The Knights of Rafkon
Zayto's original team, a band of knights who fought to protect their homeworld of Rafkon from the Sporix Beasts. They were unable to save their home and so pursued the Sporix to earth. While here, they bonded with the dinosaurs that existed at the time and later encountered the Morphing Masters, who made them into the original Dino Fury Power Rangers. With this new power, they were able to defeat the Sporix but, except for Zayto and Aiyon, they each fell in battle. Millions of years later their powers would be passed on to a new generation of Dino Fury Rangers.
- Death by Adaptation: Zig-zagged, the current fate of Master Green is unknown, Master Black is still alive, Masters Blue & Pink were the only ones who died at the beginning of the story. They had probably died earlier compared to those four.
- Season 2 reveals they were indeed killed in action, though not by the Sporix, but rather by the Primal Ultrazord when its suffered a massive overload of power after one attack.
- Dies Differently in Adaptation: For the Blue and Pink Rafkon Rangers at least. In Ryusoulger, Masters Blue and Pink were incinerated by the Minosaur Coplete Body (Draknarok's counterpart). In Power Rangers, they died along with the Green and Black Rafkon Rangers when the Primal Ultrazord exploded.
- Founder of the Kingdom: Given how long ago their story takes place, they could very well be the first Power Rangers to ever appear on Earth.
- Hero of Another Story: Their story is long over, but it certainly must have been an interesting one.
- Legacy Character: Their suits and weapons are eventually taken up by a new team of Dino Fury Rangers, much like the Ryusoulgers' Masters (except for the Gold Ranger, since there is no Master Gold in Ryusoulger, and the Red Ranger, who's a Composite Character between Koh and Master Red)
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Alien Knights who ride Dinosaurs!
- Pyrrhic Victory: While the Rangers were successful in defeating the Sporix, as Zayto says, it wasn't the kind of victory one celebrates, as only he survived. It eventually turns out they tried forming the Primal Ultrazord, and it overloaded, killing Rangers Blue, Pink, Black and Green.
- Two Girls to a Team: As with the modern-day team.
The Morphin' MastersA group of mysterious ancient sorcerers who appear to be able to access the Morphin Grid directly. They were the ones who gave the Knights of Rafkon the power to become the original Dino Fury Rangers.
- Ascended Extra: From a handful of obscure references in the original series to being the ones who created the Dino Fury powers but also numerous others in the past.
- Badass Cape: Each Master wears a different colored cape.
- Benevolent Precursors: "Unexpected Guest" reveals that the Dino Fury powers were not the only powers they personally created. They were also behind the Dino Gems, Energems, and the Ninja Nexus Prism. In addition, they have watched the many teams of Rangers fight off evil and are capable of reviving the dead as they gave Steel a human body.
- Big Good:
- Seemingly capable of creating Ranger powers with ease, they empowered the Knights of Rafkon to help them defend Earth and had a hand in other Ranger powers in the process.
- It's later revealed that the Green Morphin Master is an even "Bigger Good" when it's discovered that while the other Masters were hands off after creating or bestowing a power, she was secretly helping teams where she could which put her at odds with her fellow Masters for "interfering".
- Call-Back: All the way back to an obscure reference in the seventh episode of Mighty Morphin’. Zordon mentioned the Morphin Masters, who appeared in a very brief flashback and hardly ever mentioned again until now.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: While they wear armor that is predominantly white, each has highlights that match the colour of the specific Ranger they create.
- Enigmatic Empowering Entity: Green finally appears before the entire team just after they've been depowered, repowers them... and then leaves without another word.
- Ghostly Glide: They all move without touching the ground.
- Greater-Scope Paragon: Were responsible for creating not only the Dino Fury Rangers but also created the Ninja Nexus Prism which created the Ninja Steel Rangers, the Dino Gems which created the Dino Thunder Rangers and the Energems which created the Dino Charge Rangers.
- Hero of Another Story: They've had a hand in "many" of the events of the "Power Rangers" lore, creating the numerous trinkets and aiding teams to battle against evil. Morphin' Master reveals that the Green Morphin' Master was involved with various incidents like reviving Steel and summoning all the Rangers for the Legendary Battle of Megaforce.
- His Name Really Is "Barkeep": They refer to one another by their specific color.
- Magic Staff: Each Master has a staff that appears to access the Morphing Grid.
- Milking the Giant Cow: They make a lot of theatrical gestures while they talk.
- Mysterious Protector: Little is known about them, but they arrive just in time to aid in the first war against the Sporix Beasts. "Unexpected Guest" reveals that they've helped create numerous items, from Dino Gems and Energems to Ninja Steel, and are implied to have been the ones to have revived Steel Back from the Dead.
- Prophecy Twist: Green revived Aiyon to fight Zedd, but as she points out when they meet again, she never actually said he'd defeat him, or that he'd do so alone.
- The Remnant: By the modern day, there's much less of them than there were when they first appeared to Zayto and the knights, having been hunted down and destroyed by their enemies.
- Two Girls to a Team: Much like the rangers, the Green and Pink Masters are implied to be female. Green definitely is, but Pink's status remains up in the air.
- Wizard Beard: The male Masters each have these.
Dr. Lani Akana
Portrayed by: Shavaughn RuakereOllie's mother and an archeologist. She and her son moved to Pine Ridge to uncover the secrets of Dinohenge.
- Action Mom: Was able to handle herself against Mucus and sent her drone crashing into Shockhorn to send him flying. And in the season 1 finale, is ready to attack Void Knight with a branch to distract him. Hell it's she who helps saves the Rangers from getting their powers lost by her throwing a Dino Dagger at Void Knight's machine.
- Badass Bystander: She fought Mucus and Shockhorn by herself and is ready to make herself a distraction for Void Knight.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Is completely unaware that her son is a Power Ranger. Until the final episode of the first season has her see her son demorph in front of her.
- Mama Bear: She basically gives Void Knight a death threat once she learns her son is a Power Ranger."If you hurt my son, I will hunt you down and obliterate you and everything you have ever loved! I MEAN IT BUSTER!"
- Put on a Bus: She's in Japan as revealed in the Season 2 premiere. She appears near the end of Season 2.
- Secret-Keeper: Is made aware of the Rangers' identities when they temporarily lose their powers around her.
Portrayed by: Kira JosephsonThe editor-in-chief at BuzzBlast and Amelia (and later Javi's) boss.
- Age Lift: Ui from "Ryusoulger" was a young adult, while Jane seems to be old enough to be an editor-in-chief.
- Benevolent Boss: She tends to be this, such as at the end of "Stego Search"; when she finds her employees dancing to Javi's keytar music, rather than telling them to get back to work, she joins in on the fun.
- Iron Butt Monkey: She takes a lot of hilarious punishment but takes them all in stride.
- Plucky Comic Relief: She and J-Borg serve primarily to provide levity with their eccentric antics.
- Put on a Bus: She's on tour as of Season 2. However, that lasts only one episode as she returns to run BuzzBlast in person.
- Workaholic: She's introduced having missed the weekend because the entire time she'd been working on a story about working through the weekend.
Portrayed by: Victoria AbbottJane's new robotic assistant, designed to help her accomplish tasks faster than any human. Built by Hartford Robotics.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character: Of Steel. Whereas Steel is a robot who proclaims he's human — as he has Nate's DNA — J-Borg has a human appearance. Steel is a Power Ranger, J-Borg is an assistant to Jane. Steel's only wish was to become human, whereas J-Borg is being taught to be a good reporter.
- Deceptively Human Robot: Has a blatantly robotic personality and mechanical pieces on top of her ears, but otherwise could pass for a human if you weren't looking closely.
- Expy: Her speed, assistant role and mechanical ear-pieces make her one to Is, whose show aired alongside Ryusoulger.
- Plucky Comic Relief: She and Jane serve primarily to provide levity with their eccentric antics.
- Super-Powered Robot Meter Maids: A lightning-fast, incredibly human-looking robot... whose main purpose is signing and filing papers. According to episode 8, she's apparently on security detail as well.
- Super Speed: She highlights this ability in her first appearance.
Warden Carlos Garcia
Portrayed by: Blair StrangThe short-tempered and stern park warden at Dinohenge who is Javi's father and Izzy's step-father.
- Abusive Parents: Implied, as his clear favoritism of Izzy and outright mistreatment of Javi over trivial things like having a passion for music, and degrading him for not being able to protect Izzy from a monster attack (something only the Rangers can handle, and he doesn't know Javi is a Ranger) gives off the implication that Garcia may have been treating him like this his whole life. It's even worse when you realize Javi is his biological son and Izzy's the stepdaughter.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: He mocks Amelia for claiming that there are aliens on the loose when she tries warning him about the Sporix Beasts. Though it could be chalked up to her always chasing the paranormal, and the fact that Power Rangers are known as fact in this series means that Earth has already faced two alien invasions in his lifetime.
- The Artifact: According to Simon Bennett, Warden Garcia was originally Sheriff Garcia. The change wasn't made until after several scripts had been written which explains him behaving like a cop and why in the second episode when the Rangers decide to warn the public they end up going to Park HQ, it was a Sheriff's Office in the original script.
- Cassandra Truth: He did not believe Amelia when she tried explaining to him about the Sporix Beasts.
- Fantasy-Forbidding Father: Disproves of Javier's musical interests, even taking his newly bought keytar away from him in "Stego Search".
- Hypocrite: When Javi is forced to miss his father's ceremony in "Jam Session" by playing guitar for a band in order to obtain a Ranger Key. Garcia scolds Javi for missing the ceremony and for not supporting him, only for Javi to snap back that his father has never supported him in his musical endeavors. After seeing footage of his son playing, he realizes Javi's point.
- In-Series Nickname: Amelia calls him "Warden Buzzkill" (which Dr. Akana assumes is his "actual" name).
- Jerkass Has a Point:
- While he doesn't have any faith in Javi's dreams of being a musician and was willing to take Javi's keytar back to the store, in "Stego Search" he makes a valid argument that Javi constantly changes his mind on what instrument he wants to play — he went through three others in the span of a month — and is unable to stick to playing one. There's also the fact that the keytar cost a whopping $900 and that money could be used for other purposes or Javi could've bought a used keytar at a lower price and was presumably swindled for it. That and Javi was playing during nesting season, disturbing the birds with his music.
- In "Jam Session" in Season 2, he points out that the main reason for his disapproval is that Javi is simply floating around with no clear plan for his future. Javi realizes this in the end and decides to pursue music as a career rather than a hobby.
- Jerkass Realization: He realizes how unfair he's been to Javi in "Jam Session".
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Is quick to anger and a little short with the Rangers in their civilian identities at first, but he is a legitimately loving and caring father most of the time and seems to take Pine Ridge's safety seriously for purely altruistic reasons. He also eventually comes around to supporting Javi's musical pursuits.
- Parental Favoritism: Despite Javi being his biological son, he's a lot more doting towards his stepdaughter. On one hand, she's still a minor. On the other hand, taking Javi's keytar to get a refund and accusing him of not doing enough to protect Izzy shows Warden Garcia isn't on good terms with him. Thankfully, he resolves this in Season 2.
- Sucks at Dancing: Implied; in "Old Foes", Javi states he'll dress up as dad because his dancing is horrendous (which Izzy agrees).
- Took a Level in Kindness: After his Jerkass Realization in "Jam Session", he's a lot more supportive of Javi's love for music.
Ed "Pop-Pop" Jones
Portrayed by: Greg JohnsonAn elderly repairman who raised Amelia after her parents mysteriously vanished when she was just a baby.
- Alter Kocker: He's basically one long Judd Hirsch impression.
- Badass Normal: In "The Invasion", he doesn't hesitate to help Orria against Fogshell, despite being armed with nothing but a shovel.
- Contrived Coincidence: Nothing more than a random janitor at Area 62 who was handed a Rafkonian baby by Tarrick who would end up becoming Amelia, the Pink Dino Fury Ranger.
- Foreshadowing: In "The Truth", he's the one who helps convince the Rafkonians that humans aren't all just heartless jerks. Turns out this wasn't the first time as Tarrick trusted him with his child — said child who would end up becoming Amelia.
- Given Name Reveal: His name is revealed to be "Ed" in "The Makeover".
- Hidden Depths: He used to work in Area 62, the same place where Void Knight is currently residing. Unfortunately, when Amelia goes to ask him what he knows, he admits that he knew nothing because he was just a janitor. Turns out that's actually a lie; he was there during the raid in Area 62 and was handed a baby Amelia from Tarrick.
- Poor Communication Kills: He never thought to ask or check on whether Area 62 was radioactive or not; due to this, he never gets to see Tarrick or Santaura to tell them that their daughter is okay. Thus, the entire series could've been avoided if he managed to speak to them.
- The Promise: He promised Tarrick to take care of his daughter if anything would happen to him or Santaura. Said daughter would grow up to be Amelia.
- Raised by Grandparents: He promised to take care of Amelia if anything happened to her parents. Turns out, he's not her biological grandfather...
- Secret-Keeper: He knows the truth about Amelia and her parents, namely that they're Rafkonian.
- Shovel Strike: Attempts this in "The Invasion", but the Sporix beast just destroys his shovel.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Initially just a supporting character, the last three episodes of the series reveals that he's the link between Amelia, Void Knight and Void Queen, being just a "random janitor" Void Knight tasked to take care of a baby Amelia in case things went wrong.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Because he thought Area 62 was radioactive after the mysterious incident that led to it being evacuated, he never went back there so Tarrick and Santaura had no idea their daughter was alive and there was no need for Santaura to seek revenge.
- Walking Spoiler: The majority of the spoilers here are related to the big reveal in regards to his granddaughter in the final arc of the show.
Portrayed by: Jacqueline JoeA rival of Izzy's in sports before becoming her girlfriend.
- Back for the Finale: She heads off to college at the end of "The Matchmaker" but returns for the Time Skip of "The Nemesis".
- Chekhov's Gunman: She first appeared in episode 5 before returning for episodes 12 and 13, the latter revealing that she and Izzy started dating sometime between the episodes.
- Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Her prom dress for "Stitched In" is a beautiful lavender color.
- Incompatible Orientation: In "The Matchmaker", when Javi tries to get her to stay out of the way to let Izzy date Adrien, Fern mistakes it as Javi trying to go on a date with her and calmly states that she's "not dating boys". The end of the episode reveals she's dating Izzy.
- Insecure Love Interest: She feels unsure of her relationship with Izzy in two episodes. In "The Matchmaker", she feels nervous when Javi tells her to stay away from Izzy — due to thinking that Izzy was dating Adrien — and in "Things Unspoken", she becomes afraid as to why Izzy is so distant from her (due to Power Ranger duties) and confesses to the Green Dino Fury Ranger that she's never told Izzy she loved her and thus is terrified of not being able to contact her or not being able to say those three words.
- Meaningful Name: Fern plants symbolize "sincerity" which represents how after Izzy stopped to help her out, she saw how Izzy's feelings for her were sincere and presumably what started their relationship.
- No Name Given: She wasn't named until her second appearance in episode 12.
- Official Couple: With Izzy as revealed in "The Matchmaker".
- Put on a Bus: She's off to a sports university at the end of "Things Unspoken" though she returns for the finale, and she literally takes a bus to get there.
- Queer Colors: She wears purple in Season 2, like her prom dress, and she's currently dating Izzy.
- Queer Establishing Moment: In "The Matchmaker", she firmly tells Javi (assuming he's pulling her aside so the two can date and also because he wants Izzy to hook up with Adrien) that she's not dating guys. The end of the same episode reveals that she and Izzy are together.
- Relationship Reveal: The end of "The Matchmaker" reveals that she and Izzy are dating.
- The Rival: Initially was Izzy's rival in a marathon race.
- Secret-Keeper: She promises to keep Izzy's identity as a Power Ranger secret once she learns it in "Things Unspoken".
- Shoo Out the Clowns: Not that she was comic relief, but her relationship with Izzy was nothing but a breah of fresh air and levity. After she leaves for university, it's a sign of darker times coming.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Was a rival of Izzy but after the latter threw the race to help her when she twisted her ankle, she grew kinder to the point that the two begin dating sometime later.
Void Knight / Tarrick / Void King
Voiced By: Jared Turner
An armored warrior who crashed on Earth many years ago. Wishes to find the freed Sporix to use for his own personal benefit.
- Adaptational Intelligence: Gaisoulg in the Japanese version was no moron but was mostly just battle-happy and violent, but here Void Knight is explicitly smart enough to design and activate his own fully sentient robot and is the Big Bad of the series at first.
- Adaptational Nice Guy:
- While still a villain, his motives are actually far nobler than his "Ryusoulger" counterpart. Gaisoulg was only interested in fighting strong opponents in order to forcibly take over their bodies and make them his hosts. Void Knight's motivations are to revive the woman he loves from her coma. Even then, he's not seeking revenge and is content to leave Earth with her whereas Gaisoulg was outright eager to fight.
- Pricious, whom the Void King costume comes from, is a sociopath to everyone who isn't Eras or his Space Dragon and is in full control of what he does. Void King is the brainwashed Void Knight who works for Void Queen through no control of his own.
- Anti-Villain: He's the initial Big Bad yes, but his motives aren't the usual Power Rangers norm; he just wants to revive his lover and was willing to just leave Earth and not cause any more unnecessary bloodshed out of vengeance.
- Ascended Extra: Gaisoulg, while associated with the Druidon Tribe, just wanted to battle strong opponents and appeared scarcely until a Recurring Character was revealed to be him one episode before his death. Void Knight is the main villain of the first season.
- Archnemesis Dad: Downplayed. He honestly had no idea that Amelia, the Pink Dino Fury Ranger, was his daughter until the penultimate episode of the series. By the time he realizes it, he's no longer a villain anyhow
- Be Careful What You Wish For: Everything he does is to revive his wife. Once he does, she turns out to be psychotically focused on revenge and turns herself into a monster, then turns on him.
- Berserk Button: He's not a very calm guy, but he's far more abusive towards his minions if they either touch his device he's using the Sporix to power up, take a Sporix from it without permission or try to enter his mystery room. Seeing as he's using the Sporix to power the machine that is apparently keeping his lover alive in that same room, he has a valid reason to get angry.
- Big Bad: He set the Sporix Beasts free and is looking to use their cells to power up a device which will help revive his wife Santaura. No longer the case, as he succeeded, only to for it to be revealed that he was never evil in the first place, and then he's almost immediately overtaken by Santaura the moment she wakes up and becomes Void Queen.
- The Comically Serious: Void Knight's a very intense guy, generally saying everything in the same tone, which can occasionally result in utterly serious responses to Ranger quips.Aiyon: (Actually smelling the gas Junkalo released earlier) Pee yew! Did you forget to take a bath or something?
Void Knight: My personal hygiene is none of your business!
- Composite Character: He wears Gaisoulg's armor throughout most of the season, but uses the suit for Pricious when he becomes Void King.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Not just to his immediate predecessor Evox, but to almost all past Ranger villains.
- He starts in the first episode having no allies or lackeys, having stolen control of the Hengemen and recruiting one Sporix to aid him before it gets defeated. He only gets Mucus in the next episode and creates Boomtower in a later episode to work for him. By contrast, almost all prior major villains already have their foot soldiers and/or at least two minions by the time they're introduced.
- Void Knight's hideout is an abandoned military base, a place of human origin. Most villains instead were stationed in areas of more fantastical or advanced origins, from underground labyrinths to spaceships. It's also in an area most humans could technically wander into, rather than something difficult to reach like an island.
- He also does not automatically have command over the Monster of the Week, needing to recruit them once they're hatched. Even then, his plans for the Sporix don't seem to involve world domination or the like, but to fuel his machine for a currently unknown purpose.
- His vendetta isn't about world domination or destroying things. It's about reviving his comatose lover.
- Cool Sword: Wields a Void Saber that looks similar to the Ranger's Chromafury Saber in design and functionality. It turns out in The Truth that it is a repainted Chromafury Saber Tarrick found in Area 62.
- Deadpan Snarker: The closest to comedy with him is usually making a dry comment at Mucus' expense. Such as when Junkalo ate her, later spitting her back out, he responds with a somewhat disappointed "Oh, you're back...".
- Demoted to Dragon: Void Queen brainwashes him into becoming her right-hand man as Void King.
- Disc-One Final Boss: He's the Big Bad and the last enemy of season 1, which ends with his Uncertain Doom. However, the real Big Bad is Void Queen, his wife. Also he was Not Quite Dead after the season one's final.
- Double Weapon: As Void King, he wields a Double-Bladed Naginata that can split into two shorter swords.
- Enraged by Idiocy: The only thing that tests his patience more than the Rangers is Mucus being... well, Mucus.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: The woman he loves is in a coma, one he's trying to free her from by using power from the Sporix. He also loved his daughter dearly, entrusting her to a random janitor in the event that he and Santaura didn't make it
- Even Evil Has Standards: He has no problem unleashing Sporix, but he draws the line at petty revenge and hurting kids. The fact Void Queen does not have the same hang-ups causes them to fall out.
- Evil Is Hammy: Not at first. He's pretty sedate by Rangers villain standards. But when he's turned into Void King, all bets are off.
- Evil Knockoff: His armor looks like a Ranger outfit, barring a few alterations. It turns out it's because he used a Ranger morpher he found in Area 62 and modified it.
- "Unexpected Visitor" reveals him to be one to the "Batman" villain Mr. Freeze, in that both of them have the woman they love in a coma and are willing to do acts of evil as a means of waking them up.
- With this backstory in mind, he is also similar to Hawk Moth, another purple-clad villain trying to revive his romantic partner.
- As purple armoured warrior wielding a sword and shield, who turns out to be a Ranger's long-lost father, he draws parallels to Koragg
- Foreshadowing: He becomes horrified in "New Life" in regards to see a father in anguish of his daughter turning into a tree. It's a painful reminder of his daughter.
- Genius Bruiser: He's powerful enough to ward off multiple Rangers at once, and intelligent enough to create robotic henchmen that can also do that.
- Heads I Win, Tails You Lose: How he uses the Sporix to his own ends. If the Sporix Beast defeats the Rangers, then he can continue his plans unopposed; if they are destroyed, they return to their Sporix Cell form, which he can then use as a power source. The only catch is that he has to be there to collect the Sporix upon their destruction, otherwise the Rangers can take the Sporix back.
- The Heavy: The head of the Sporix Army for season 1 and the first quarter of season 2 and the most direct threat to the rangers during season 2 because he's no longer an Orcus on His Throne and because Void Queen is a Non-Action Big Bad so far.
- Heel–Face Turn: Once it becomes clear his wife is more focused on pointless revenge, he turns on her and tries to help the Rangers. Unfortunately, it doesn't last, at least until "The Truth"
- Hidden Agenda Villain: His ultimate goal is unknown at the moment; he came to Earth seeking a power source to activate a mysterious device, with no word as of yet concerning its purpose. He only wants the Sporix so he can use their "sealed form" as a power source, but isn't above pointing the monsters in the direction of the heroes who he knows are his main opposition; a far cry from any Lord Zedd type who wants to use the Monster of the Week to Take Over the World. The eighth episode reveals that he needs the Sporix to awaken his comatose lover. In season 2, once he does revive her, it turns out his plan after that is... just go home.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Seemingly killed when his own device explodes during Void Trap. He returns at the beginning of the next season but tries to lay low to accomplish his plans.
- Human Aliens: Underneath that helmet, he looks completely human, something Amelia notices when the Rangers finally get a good look at him. He's actually Rafkonian.
- Legacy Character: When Zayto is freed and confronts Void Knight, he asks where he got that armor, suggesting whoever is wearing the armor now is not the first person to do so. It later turns out he created his armor through modifying the Dino Knight Morpher he found in Area 62 with Zayto most likely having noticing its similarities to when he used it to transform.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Wields a shield alongside his sword. It's later revealed that the shield is the transformed state of the Dino Knight Morpher, which also doubles as his Transformation Trinket.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: Is revealed to be Amelia's father in The Truth.
- Mean Boss: He tends to yell at Mucus a lot, so much so she'd gladly sign up with another monster given half a chance. In fairness, Mucus is a goofball. He later explains to his wife that this is partly an act. The Sporix Beasts only respect power and strength so he has to act ruthless to gain and keep their loyalty.
- My God, What Have I Done?: In "New Leaf". Seeing a father anguish over his daughter being turned into a tree by Squashblight's venom drives home just how much harm the Sporix he's collected are capable of.
- Mysterious Past: Revealed piece by piece over the series. He and his wife came to Earth, she wound up injured apparently by humans, he tried to revive her, and found a Knight Morpher somewhere and modified it. However, before he can explain all to the Rangers, Void Queen drags him away. "The Truth" further elaborates that they came to Earth, along with their baby, to scavenge supplies but were captured and imprisoned in Area 62. An incident happened at the base which led to Santaura being badly injuried and them believing their daughter had been killed.
- Nothing Personal: Claims this with the Rangers in the first season's finale, though how much he actually means it is questionable. Seems to be genuine as he was perfectly content to just leave Earth when Santaura was revived.
- Orcus on His Throne: Like any true Rangers Big Bad, he defers most of the work to his minions, only occasionally stepping in to grab a Sporix cell. The few times he actually fights the Rangers, he easily beats them all. Subverted Trope in season 2: from episode 3 onward he is the most Recurring Boss of the show. Thankfully for the rangers he's (briefly) on their side.
- Power Copying: As Void King, he is able to replicate any attack used against him.
- The Power of Love: Realizing Amelia is his long-lost daughter is enough to instantly shake off his transformation into Void King.
- Purple Is Powerful: His armor is purple, and he's the Big Bad, able to fight off all six Rangers at once.
- Reforged into a Minion: After recapturing him, Void Queen transforms him into Void King.
- Sleeves Are for Wimps: His outfits when out of armor all lack sleeves, showing off his impressively muscley arms.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Unlike his Sentai counterpart, Nada, who died in battle against Snageye's, he ends up getting captured by Void Queen and brainwashed to serve her.
- Surrounded by Idiots: Compared to the absent-minded Mucus, dimwitted Boomtower, comical Slyther, and ditzy Wreckmate, he is the only one to stay truly serious to his mission and often the only one coming up with new plans to defeat the rangers.
- They Look Just Like Everyone Else!: He's the Big Bad, dressed in an imposing suit of armor. Eventually, it turns out he can remove that helmet, and underneath... he looks like an entirely ordinary person, but is actually Rafkonian.
- Villain Override: After he rebelled against Void Queen and attempted to aid the Rangers against her, he was recaptured by her and brainwashed into her right-hand man as Void King.
Santaura / Void Queen
Portrayed by: Siobhan Marshall
An alien woman with a connection to Void Knight, currently comatose and in stasis, at least until later in season 2.
- Adaptational Jerkass:
- Madame Noir was not a Bad Boss and she genuinely cared for her daughter, not so with Void Queen, who is a domestic abuser to her own husband Tarrick, that said it was all a result of going mad due to her daughter's disappearance; once she's back she's able to dial back and subvert this to the point of being even nicer than Noir.
- Zigzagged with her villainy compared to Eras (the personality & Big Bad role part, not the costume). While she does seek human extinction to avenge her child's supposed death, this motivation is not altruistic enough to make her a Well-Intentioned Extremist. Unlike Eras, Santaura does have a Heel–Face Turn in the end.
- Bad Boss: She's much worse to work for than Void Knight, who mainly just grumbled at his underlings. Void Queen will zap them for being irritating. And she irritates easily. Void Knight is not exempt from this.
- Big Bad: Ends up being the main villain of the overall series. She wants revenge on humankind for what she thinks is the death of her daughter, while Tarrick's only goal was reviving her and doesn't want to hurt humans. She assumes control over the Sporix and eventually brainwashes her husband into serving her.
- Canon Immigrant: Void Queen's suit originated in Ressha Sentai ToQger instead of Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger.
- Composite Character: Void Queen has the suit of Madame Noir but is the Queen of the monsters betraying Pricious/Void King like Eras.
- Cthulhumanoid: As Void Queen, with half of her face being tentacles.
- Corrupted Character Copy: While her husband is an Expy of Mr. Freeze, willing to do evil things if it means reviving his beloved from a coma, Santaura is what Nora Fries would be if she was far more misanthropic and abusive than her husband.
- Domestic Abuse: Her zapping Void Knight takes an even darker turn when it turns out they're married. When he tries fleeing, she grabs him and sticks him in the same stasis pod she once occupied, while he's fully conscious, just so she can taunt him. Then she forcibly mutates him into a brainwashed monster. In addition, she doesn't give a lick whether he approves of her methods or not.
- Dramatically Missing the Point: She's disappointed that Tarrick has no interest in revenge for whatever it was she blames humans for, believing him to have become weak, abusing him for trying to convince her to leave Earth. She doesn't comprehend he's acting more out of fear from losing the one he loves than any thinking of forgiving the humans.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: It turns out she really loves the daughter that she believed was destroyed by the humans and seeks to avenge her until she finds out that she is actually Amelia, and therefore she's still alive. She was also implied to be a genuinely loving wife to Tarrick before becoming obsessed with revenge and the aforementioned realization causes her to drop her Domestic Abuse altogether.
- Eviler than Thou: Whereas Void Knight was content to just leave the Earth after he used the Sporix for his intended purpose for them, she seeks revenge and will stop at nothing until all human life is extinct.
- Fantastic Racism: She really, really hates humans for whatever it was she feels they did to her. So much so she scuppers their chance to leave because she'd rather stay and wreck Earth first. She and Tarrick were imprisoned in Area 62 by the humans, and this included their daughter. The incident that left her comatose also contributed to her belief that their baby daughter perished.
- Human Popsicle: Is first seen frozen in a stasis pod, like Zayto.
- It's All About Me: Given she only seeks personal revenge and doesn't care if her husband likes it or not, she is certainly a selfish individual,Subverted since she does care about her lost child, who turns out to be Amelia.
- Lady Macbeth: For about five minutes, until Void Knight draws the line and she turns on him.
- The Lost Lenore: To Void Knight. Everything he did prior to season 2 was to bring her back.
- Mama Bear: What ultimately drives her revenge against the humans is the apparent loss of her child.
- Mind over Matter: After becoming Void Queen, she gains telekinetic abilities, primarily using them to extract Sporix from the machine used to revive her.
- More Deadly Than the Male: Void Knight is driven, but pragmatic. Even before she turns herself into Void Queen, it's pretty clear Santaura is not a terribly pleasant gal though she at least used to be. She then uses the Sporix machine to turn herself into Void Queen.
- Mysterious Past: Same as Void Knight. She's an alien who was injured under mysterious circumstances while on Earth. She and Tarrick, along with their daughter, were imprisoned in Area 62. The incident that injured her led her to believe her child had been killed and is the core reason for wanting revenge on humans.
- Non-Action Big Bad: She has never faced the rangers so far and only encountered them once by the midpoint of season 2. The Rangers even doubted her existence before she appeared in person before them and Void Knight proved that his Heel–Face Turn was genuine.
- Red Baron: As Void Queen, she sometimes calls herself "Mother of Sporix".
- Revenge Before Reason: Unlike her husband, she's more than willing to use the Sporix as a means of destroying all of Earth rather than just leave it, even destroying the spaceship he had prepared to make it clear she won't leave until then.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Both Noir and Eras died in their respective seasons. She however does not.
- The Unfettered: While the humans seemed to be responsible for her daughters supposed death, she doesn't care what methods she uses to get even. And if her husband doesn't agree, she will make him agree. It is only finding out that said daughter, Amelia, is alive and well, and even Amelia has to use her telepathy to confirm it, does she stop.
- Ungrateful Bitch: Despite all that her husband did, she refuses to leave Earth until she's wiped out the human race, and abuses him for trying to convince her otherwise.
- Viler New Villain: The minute she becomes Void Queen she seizes control of things from Void Knight and zaps him, turning out to be far less scrupulous than he. So much so he turns on her entirely.
- Walking Spoiler: It is impossible to talk about her without spoiling a twist regarding the villains of this season, that she is Void Knight's lover and gathering the Sporix is all a scheme from him to revive her. Even more so after her revival and transformation into Void Queen.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: The reveal of just why she's got a mad-on for humanity turns her into one. She and Tarrick were Rafkonians who landed on Earth to look for supplies, were found by the government and interred in Area 62 along with their newborn baby. One day, a disaster went off and they tried getting their daughter to safety, only to presume she was lost in the destruction, which caused the injuries that required Tarrick to put Santaura in stasis.
Voiced By: Torum Heng
A green slime Sporix Beast that allied with Void Knight.
- Adaptational Late Appearance: Whereas Kleon appeared in the first episode of "Ryusoulger", Mucus appeared in the "second" episode of "Dino Fury".
- Adaptational Species Change: In Ryusoulger, though it didn't pay off until the end, it's a plot point that Kleon was "not" like the other Druidons, being an alien they picked up from space who has the ability to produce the Minosaurs. However, we see Mucus hatch from a normal Sporix Cell.
- Affably Evil: She speaks and acts like a fun-loving, almost teenager-like girl while still being part of a parasitic alien army.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Despite her goofy nature, she is capable of being dangerous on occasion. For instance, she successfully steals Amelia's morpher in "Superstition Strikes", which is the key to Void Knight's plan to infiltrate the Rangers' base.
- Butt-Monkey: All the generals of the Sporix army treat her poorly and frequently misbehave with her. Dr. Akana, a civilian, manages to easily KO her in an early episode.
- Dark Chick: Void Knight's Perky Female Minion who serves more of a support role compared to, say, Boomtower or Slyther.
- Meaningful Name: A green slime-like monster that looks like something you would cough up? Yeah, she definitely deserves the name Mucus.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Even if the Rangers were to slash at her and turn her into slime, she can always reform into one being.
- She's a Man in Japan: Kleon's gender was left ambiguous in "Ryusoulger", while Mucus is a girl.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: After 11 episodes of being abused by the other generals, Mucus has finally managed to make a genuine friend among the Sporix Army with an amnesiac Slyther.
- Token Good Teammate: She is only on the villains side due to her Sporix nature and even then, she has the most humanity out of any of her kind, acting more like a goofy, fun-loving kid. It's not so surprising to see that she seems to have reformed from evil completely at the end of season 2 and joins Slyther's magic act when she could easily have tried to avenge the other Sporix
- Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: Void Knight is a serious-minded villain driven to use the Sporix while not caring about the danger or destruction caused in the way. By contrast, Mucus is a goofball and an airhead who acts less like a henchman and more like an obnoxious kid sister to him.
- The Worf Effect: In order to showcase the destructive power of the coccoon Void Queen resides in, even the indestructable Mucus is reduced to a Sporix cell by simply touching it.
Voiced By: Mark Mitchinson
A robotic rook/tank-based general created by Void Knight to assist and command the Sporix.
- Adaptational Late Appearance: Boomtower's "Ryusoulger" counterpart appeared in the premiere, but here, he appeared in the fourth episode.
- Adaptation Species Change: Tankjoh was a Drudion in "Ryusoulger", but here, Boomtower is a robot.
- Arc Villain: Seems to be one from Episode 4-8 as he was fought against the Rangers in those episodes and was the main antagonist in "Stego Search".
- Back from the Dead: He's killed in Unexpected Guest, but Void Knight has him resurrected by Reaghoul a while later. Then he dies again. Then Reaghoul resurrects him one more time. And then he dies once again.
- The Brute: Void Knight's toughest general in season 1.
- Composite Character: While he was mainly Tankjoh's counterpart, his creation in the modern era brings to mind Gunjohji, another Ryusoulger villain, who was coincidentally looked similar to Tankjoh.
- BFS: Wields a claymore as his main weapon.
- Chest Blaster: The cannon on his chest is not decorative. It can emit a "Boom Blast" after loading in energy to his back.
- The Dragon: Serves as Void Knight's general.
- Dumb Muscle: He is not bright at all. At one point, he tried to spell done, but ended up spelling "dune".
- Make My Monster Grow: He showcases the ability to grow giant himself in "Stego Search". It's never explicitly stated, but it's implied that he's able to do so thanks to the power of the Sporix Cell he stole. "Phoning Home" confirmed that having the Sporix Cell inside him allowed that to happen, and Void Knight decided to follow suit by placing one inside Slyther.
- Took a Level in Badass: Boomtower was already a tough opponent, but add in a Sporix Cell and he is even deadlier.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Seems to be particularly sensitive to high-pitched noises, considering a powerless Javi was able to paralyze him briefly with a harmonica's noise.
Portrayed by: Campbell CooleyA robotic bishop general made as a replacement for Boomtower. He has the personality of a stage magician and the powers of a real magician, such as transforming into other beings.
- Adaptational Species Change: Like Boomtower before him, Wizeru was a Druidon in Ryusoulger, but Slyther is another robot.
- Affably Evil: While showing some Bad Boss moments, he remains a jolly, magician-like individual who is nice and loyal to Void Knight and later Void Queen and isn't truly malicious to the rangers as well.
- Bad Boss: Sees no problem with using the Hengemen as human shields or humiliating Mucus for no reason (the latter of which was only toned down a bit due to amnesia).
- Calling Your Attacks: Has a tendency to call out his attacks no matter the swipe.
- The Dragon: He is the second in command after Boomtower's destruction. However, he loses the position to Tarrick/Void Knight/Void King once he's Demoted to Dragon.
- The Evil Genius: He can create potions to empower people, is one of the creators of Wreckmate and his Void Knight's Master of Disguise.
- Gender Bender: Seems to be male, but has no problem shape-shifting into female disguise to fool the Rangers, ala Loki.
- The Heavy: The most Recurring Boss during the second half of season 1. The filler episodes of season 1 part 2 also treat him as a threat equal to Void Knight, with the plot alterning between episodes with Slyther as the lead villain and episodes with Void Knight as the lead villain.
- Heel–Face Turn: He seems to pull off this in the epilogue of the season 2 finale, going undercover as a human to open his own magic show alongside Mucus. Justified, since he was created to serve the Void Family, so when both members are no longer evil and he's the only robot still alive by the time of the epilogue, he no longer had a reason to oppose the rangers or the humans.
- Hidden Eyes: "Our Hero" reveals that his eyes are hidden underneath a moveable panel on the brim of his "hat".
- Hypocritical Heartwarming: He regularly insults and pushes around Mucus, but gets quite protective whenever someone else (other than their boss, of course) harms her.
- Identity Amnesia: Suffers one via electrocution on wirelines. Mucus fills him in quickly on who he is though with the caveat that she and Slyther are best friends.
- Large Ham: Every aspect of his personality is designed to gather as much attention on himself as possible, befitting his stage magician gimmick.
- Make My Monster Grow: Like Boomtower before him, Slyther uses a Sporix Cell to give himself the ability to self-enlarge. He later loses this ability after a revived Boomtower forcefully takes his Sporix Cell then loses it after being destroyed a second time.
- Martial Arts Staff: Wields a Microphone Staff that is used for combat and communications.
- Phony Psychic: When in disguise as Arla, he seemingly emulates the Rafkonian ability to read minds, but given that he refused to do so to Solon, it's likely that he was faking this and that his knowledge of the Rangers came from having been briefed on them beforehand.
- Power Copying: Seems to be able to imitate the powers of those he copies, at least when it comes to the Sporix; as he was able to imitate Roostafa's abilities when fighting the Megazord.
- Shapeshifting: As mentioned above he can shapeshift to anyone (humans, Sporix Beast etc).
- Token Good Teammate: He is the only of the Void Family's robots to turn good at the end of Dino Fury. Given his stage magician personality, his bosses both turning good as well, and the fact that the other robots created by them have been destroyed, it's not real surprising.
- Villainous Friendship: With Mucus, though not until the electrocution-induced amnesia.
- Villains Out Shopping: While he and Mucus are at a beach, stealing some of Dr. Akana's work, Mucus wants to start building sandcastles. Slyther says no. ... then says they'll do it later.
Portrayed by: John LeighA robotic general made from parts of a boat Slyther and Mucus stole. He has the personality of a sailsman.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: He's nothing like the mean, vicious, and commanding Gachireus, who literally made Kleon work their butt off to make 500 Kelpie Minosaurs, and would often retort to people's statements with questions in an arrogant manner. Plus Wreckmate is more comedic (while still frightenly competent) than Gachireus.
- Adaptational Species Change: Like Boomtower and Slyther before him, Gachireus was a Druidon in Ryusoulger, but Wreckmate is another robot.
- Ascended Extra: Due to the source material being shifted around, Wreckmate ends up surviving until Dino Fury's penultimate episode, while Gachireus was killed long before Ryusoulger's endgame and had no involvement in it.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Despite being a campy, happy-go-lucky pirate who enjoys ice cream and sea shanties, he is still a dangerous opponent who has the strength to back it up.
- The Brute: The powerhouse of the Void Family in season 2.
- The Bus Came Back: After his brief appearance in "Ancient History", Wreckmate returns in "The Festival" and stays under Void Knight's orders.
- Foreshadowing: Do you see the sparkling orb which leaves the battlefield after Wreckmate is defeated in Ancient History ? In Sentai this was Wreckmate running away... I mean "performing a tactical retreat" after his presumed death and going to space to heal his injuries. Turns out that the orb was also Wreckmate escaping in Power Rangers Dino Fury, except it ended up in sewers, not in space.
- Killed Off for Real: Finally defeated during "The Truth".
- Light Is Not Good: Wreckmate's main color scheme is white, but he is not a good person.
- Make My Monster Grow: Like the other generals before him, Wreckmate uses a Sporix Cell to give himself the ability to self-enlarge.
- Put on a Bus: After his first appearance in season 1, he was presumably killed by the Mosa Razor Zord. In truth, he survived but ended up in the sewers and remained there until he found his way back to the villains' lair at the beginning of the next season.
- The Rival: Ever since Wreckmate comes back in Season 2, he has fought against Aiyon a lot.
- Shoulder Cannon: Sports two on his shoulders.
- Talk Like a Pirate: He has the accent of a sailsman and says things like "Barnacles" or "Thar she blows".
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: He and Slyther do not get along (chiefly due to their polar opposite personalities).
- Timed Power-Up: When he returns in "The Festival", he snatches Slyther's strength-enhancing "potion" for himself. Drinking the potion increases his strength considerably, but only for a limited time.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Subverted Trope. He's apparently killed in his debut episode but he comes back from the second episode of season 2 onward.
Portrayed by: Steve McClearyA robotic bishop/cannon-based general created by Void Queen.
- Dark Is Evil: Has a predominantly black color scheme.
- Dimensional Cutter: He can perform an energy slash with warp energy that traps his opponents in his pocket dimension.
- Elemental Powers: He can perform electric attacks and ice attacks.
- Killed Off for Real: Destroyed by Zayto in "The Hunt".
- Master Swordsman: Very skilled with a sword.
- Pocket Dimension: He can trap his victims in a dimension located in the chessboard on his body.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appeared in one episode before Zayto destroyed him.
Portrayed by: Mark Mitchinson
- Badass Bandolier: Sports a pair of ammunition belts on that are connected to the weapon on his chest from his shoulders.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: Other than his chest blaster, Boomblaster uses his fists than wielding a weapon on hand.
- Blatant Lies: He's not impressed by the new super mode the Rangers get in "Morphin Master"! Especially not that cool cape!
- Composite Character: There were two Gunjoji's in '"Ryusoulger'', but here, there's only one Boomblaster.
- Chest Blaster: Sports one like his predecessor Boomtower, with a ting of Gatling Good.
- Dies Differently in Adaptation: Died to the Gold Ranger's Master Saber. In Rysoulger, one was destroyed by the false Saden while the other was destroyed by a combined attack from the Blue, Black, Pink, and Gold Rangers.
- Evil Pays Better: Admitted he went off with Zedd because he paid better than the Voids.
- Mistaken Identity: When Boomblaster first appeared, the Rangers mistook him as a revived Boomtower (given their similar designs). Boomblaster immediately clarifies he is not Boomtower.
Portrayed by: Steve McClearyA robotic bishop/cannon-based general that was created from the data of Snageye.
- Adaptation Species Change: Was a Ryusoul tribesman posing as an alien in Ryusoulger, but is a robot here.
- Adaptational Villainy: Nulleye is totally loyal to both his Masters, whereas Saden was The Mole to Pricious, at least the one we saw in the present.
- Ascended Extra: The real Saden only appeared in a flashback until Master Black killed him and the one we saw in the present shown turned out to be him disguised as part of being The Mole. Nulleye is the real deal through and through, thus having technically more screentime.
- Back for the Dead: After being absent for several episodes, he returns in "Bad Vibes" and is destroyed by Zayto.
- The Bus Came Back: Just disappears between "Morphin Master" and "Bad Vibes".
- Death by Adaptation: Nulleye’s final fate is getting blown up by the Dino Master Saber, while Saden’s true identity was the Sole Survivor of the previous generation of Ryusoulgers.
- Decomposite Character: Due to some of the above tropes, he obviously isn’t the same character as Zayto’s original Black Ranger.
- Demoted to Extra: Far less important to the Myth Arc than Saden, or at least the one in the present was.
- Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: His aim sucks. Which works in the Rangers' favor in "Bad Vibes" since it means he only manages to zap two of the gang, rather than all of them.
- Master Swordsman: As with Snageye, Nulleye is skilled with a sword.
- Palette Swap: Basically just Snageye but with green-blue parts instead of orange. Justified since he was created from Snageye's data.
- Signed Up for the Dental: His own motivation for working for Lord Zedd. Void King calls him out on obviously having no teeth, much to his shock.
HengemenKnight-like foot soldiers Void Knight uses. They were originally on the side of good, but Void Knight stole the Power Key that activated them and took them for himself.
- Adaptational Heroism: More or less, but the Drunn Soldiers were ALWAYS loyal to Druidon in Ryusoulger, the Hengemen however were created to protect Dinohenge and all within it until Void Knight got his hands on their controller, and now they serve him.
- Blade on a Stick: Each Hengemen wields a lance.
- Foreshadowing: Them being intended to be used to protect Dinohenge only to be controlled by Void Knight foreshadows how the Sproix Beasts were very similar in that regard.
- Face–Heel Turn: They were meant to serve the good guys, but Void Knight stole the Power Key used to activate them, turning them into his personal foot soldiers.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: They have shields on their backs, making them the first foot soldiers in Power Rangers to have a means of defense.
- Mooks: For Void Knight.
- Punny Name: Hengemen as in henchmen.
- What Did You Expect When You Named It ____?: Given their origin, the connection to Dinohenge was the name's only meaning In-Universe. However, naming them something like 'henchmen' makes how they ended up being used unsurprisingly, and that is if you haven't seen or heard about Ryusoulger.
- Adapted Out: The Mimic note and Wizard Minosaurs were the only Minosaurs from the main Ryusoulger series that didn't get adapted.
- Adaptational Intelligence: Unlike the Minosaurs, they are capable of full speech.
- Adaptation Species Change: In "Ryusoulger", the Minosaur are an embodiment of people's greatest desires that feed off of their hosts to become stronger. In "Dino Fury", the Sporix are instead a race of artificial aliens that existed before the series. Also, like Dora Monsters and Hades Beasts, they had a mythology motif in the Sentai that was not carried over to Power Rangers.
- Back for the Finale: Several of the previously defeated Sporix Beast returned in the three part finale.
- Cephalothorax: Just as in the original Sentai. Many of the Sporix are like this, with those who aren't this generally having a Belly Mouth instead or are hunchbacked.
- Conflict Killer: Their fullscale invasion of Pine Ridge in "The Invasion" convinces the Rafkonians to put off their forcible colonization of Earth and work together with the Rangers.
- Creating Life Is Bad: The Sporix were actually created by the people of Rafkon to protect them against the forces of evil, instead they turned against their creators and destroyed Rafkon.
- Desperately Needs Orders: Despite being a race of planet-killing aliens, some of them are actually so eager for a leader that Void Knight doesn't even need to enslave them to get them on his side. Soon as they hatch, they're willing to do whatever he wants as soon as they meet him.
- Fusion Dance:In "The Truth", Void Queen merges all the Sporix into a cocoon, which hatches into the Nemesis Beast in "The Nemesis".
- Living Battery: Sporix in their cell forms act as powerful energy sources, which is why Void Knight wants to capture them.
- Horde of Alien Locusts: They attack planets in large armies and move on to the next once a planet is destroyed.
- Make My Monster Grow: Happens naturally. The longer they are not taken care of, the larger they will grow, until they become giant-sized. This was why Zayto's forces were still unable to defeat them on Earth, while the Morphing Masters had to devise Zords to assist the Rangers.
- Punny Name: Sporix as in spores, which are produced by bacteria, fungi, algae, and plants in mushrooms. Mucus just so happens to resemble a mushroom herself.
- Resurrective Immortality: There is currently no known way to destroy a Sporix permanently, as once defeated they will only revert to an egg-like form, recovering before rehatching stronger than it was before. "The Nemesis" implies that destroying them is beyond even the Morphin' Masters' power, as the Masters contain the downed Sporix in crystal instead.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: They were imprisoned in a chest by Zayto before accidentally being freed by Void Knight. At the end of the series, the Morphin' Masters encase their spore forms in a crystal.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Unlike the Minosaurs, the Sporix Beasts simply revert to their cell form upon being defeated. However, this is not a good thing as a destroyed Sporix Beast could be revived with even more power than before.
- Stronger with Age: The longer a Sporix Beast is active, the more powerful it becomes, eventually gaining enough power to grow to giant size.
- Turned Against Their Masters: They were actually created to protect Rafkon. They ended up doing the opposite.
Voiced By: Jamie Linehan
A Unicorn themed Sporix Beast and the first of his kind that hatched in the present day. He accompanied Void Knight in finding more of the Sporix across Pine Ridge.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: Unicorn Minosaur was the second monster to appear in "Ryusoulger". Shockhorn ends up being the first.
- Ascended Extra: Thanks to hatching at the end of the first episode, Shockhorn appeared in one extra episode, more than his "Ryusoulger" counterpart.
- Berserk Button: He really does not like being called horsey, as Mucus found out the hard way.
- Royal Rapier: Wields a rapier as a main weapon.
- Starter Villain: The first Sporix Beast the Dino Fury Rangers fought against.
- Unicorn: His main animal theme.
Voiced By: Rachelle Duncan
A Gorgon-themed Sporix Beast.
- Belly Mouth: Has a snaggletoothed, wild-eyed face on her chest in addition to the feminine one on her head.
- Composite Character: In addition to being lifted from the Medusa Minosaur, her role of using a viral video to hypnotize the entire city of Pine Ridge brings to mind the Grim Reaper Minosaur.
- Devious Daggers: Wields a Kris as her main weapon.
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: Her main eyes are located on what looks to be her breasts.
- Hypnotic Eyes: Has the power to hypnotize anyone who looks into her eyes. By using a viral video, she was able to hypnotize all of Pine Ridge.
- Medusa: Modelled after the Gorgon of Greek mythology. And just like Medusa, anyone that stares into her eyes is frozen in place.
- Puzzle Boss: How one is supposed to fight a monster that can petrify you with her eyes brought a challenge for the Rangers to overcome. Zayto came up with the idea of blindfolding himself on the ground and using the Sonic Dino Key to amplify his hearing, while Ollie and Amelia used their Zords in conjunction with Boost Keys to blind her in the giant fight.
Voiced By: Richard Simpson
A Dragon-themed Sporix Beast sent to help Boomtower collect the Nephrite Orb.
- Adaptation Expansion: The Minosaur Complete Body from "Ryusoulger" was already giant-sized in his episode. But here, he started human-sized before going giant.
- Adaptational Intelligence: His original Japanese counterpart was basically a mindless beast. This was clearly not the case here: Draknarok is sapient enough to talk, follow specific orders, and get exasperated when people forget his name.
- Adaptational Late Appearance: His Sentai counterpart was the first monster to appear in "Ryusoulger". In Dino Fury, he's the third.
- Breath Weapon: Can shoot out purple fire from his mouth.
- Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Our Dragons Are Different: He's a dragon-themed monster after all.
- Running Gag: He has to keep reminding his allies what his name is.
- Tail Slap: Can use his tail to attack his opponents.
Voiced By: Jason Smith
A Kraken-themed Sporix Beast.
- Arm Cannon: Wields two on each arm.
- The Bus Came Back: He, or at least a spirit of a past version, returns in "Old Foes".
- Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Giant Squid: Based on the mythical Kraken.
- I Have a Family: He invokes this with Zayto and Izzy, saying he has "little fishies at home who need their daddy". It turns out to be a distraction so that Boomtower can surprise attack them.Brineblast: I don't have kids! But maybe someday, if I meet the right trout...
- Kick the Dog: After turning giant, he blasts the dumpster Jane and J-Borg are hiding in, sending it rolling down the streets.
- Logical Weakness: There is a limit in how much water Brineblast can fire. If he runs out, he will be helpless and vulnerable to attacks unless he absorbs moisture to refuel his water blasters.
- Making a Splash: He is capable of firing high pressured water blasts from his arm cannons.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: The Rangers manipulated him to shoot the mountain that housed Izzy's Tiger Claw Zord... the "same" Zord that Void Knight and Boomtower wanted to destroy.
Voiced By: Barry Duffield
A stone golem/troll-themed Sporix Beast.
- Arm Cannon: His arms have volcano-like arm blasters on them.
- Attack Reflector: He can absorb attacks with his left arm and fire them back out through the right.
- Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Gag Nose: Large and made to appear warty.
- Logical Weakness: The only way for the Rangers to stop him from firing at them is to clog his blasters, preventing him from using them.
- Our Trolls Are Different: It is themed after a troll.
- Rock Monster: Specifically a mountain troll. Additional features include a snow-tipped mountain above his head, along with moss decorated on his forearms and covering his entire shins.
- Zipperiffic: If you look closely, you'll notice a long zipper in the middle of his body, revealing the head.
Voiced By: Steven Lyons
A basilisk-themed Sporix Beast.
- Adaptation Expansion: He grows into a giant during the Sporix Wars and is later seen fighting against the Megazord as a giant, unlike his Sentai counterpart who only appears normal size.
- Advertised Extra: Weeks before his brief appearance, Doomsnake received a "Battle Attackers" action figure in the show's toyline.
- Basilisk and Cockatrice: It is based on the basilisk.
- The Bus Came Back: Rehatches in Jam Session.
- Composite Character: There were two identical Basilisk Minosaurs in Ryusoulger. Here, Doomsnake is one entity.
- Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Eye Beams: In the flashback of the Sporix War, Doomsnake showed this ability.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Appears at the beginning of "Unexpected Guest", which is in the middle of a Megazord fight, and is quickly defeated. Subverted in Season 2 when he rehatches.
Voiced By: Guy Langford
A wolf-themed Sporix Beast that was sent to locate the Ninja Nexus Prism.
- Adaptation Explanation Extrication: If you look closely, you would notice that Wolfgang was missing a tooth during the Megazord battle. That is explained in a cut scene from "Ryusoulger" as Koh ripped it out for an antidote to combat poison.
- Adaptational Species Change: Wolfgang's "Ryusoulger" counterpart was called Cerberus Monster, as in the fabled Cerberus beast of Greek Mythology. Here, Wolfgang is a wolf.
- The Bus Came Back: He, or at least a spirit of a past version, returns in "Old Foes".
- Composite Character: In "Ryusoulger", there were two Cerberus Monsters, but in "Power Rangers", Wolfgang is condensed into one being.
- Inertial Impalement: He attempts to ambush the Dino Fury Megazord Warrior Formation from behind by leaping off a building. The Rangers responded by pointing the Megazord's sword behind it, resulting in Wolfgang landing right on the blade.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: He can emit a Sonic Howl that is strong enough to dismantle a Megazord or blast off Boost Key Armor, something that wasn't seen in "Rysoulger".
- Named After Someone Famous: He is named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
- Nested Mouths: It has three heads, except they're inside each other.
- Savage Wolves: An evil wolf-themed Sporix Beast.
Voiced By: Tom Kane
A cockatrice-themed Sporix Beast that helped Void Knight with his signal disruption plan.
- Basilisk and Cockatrice: He is based on the cockatrice.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Has a scythe on his right arm.
- Demoted to Extra: Roostafa's "Rysoulger" role was in a two-parter. Here, he only has one. The other Megazord footage was used by Slyther in the following episode.
- Flight: Showcased this during the Megazord fight.
- Savage Spiked Weapons: Has a mace on his left arm.
Voiced By: Kira Josephson
A mummy/pyramid-themed Sporix Beast that was sent to look for a mysterious object at an abandoned manor.
- Early-Bird Cameo: She briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Emotion Control: Her mood blast can amplify anybody's emotions when hit by one, and they take a while for the effects to wear off.
- Ironic Death: She was defeated by the object she was looking for: the Blazing Dino Key.
- Mummy: Based on one.
- She's a Man in Japan: Her "Rysoulger" counterpart was a male.
- Top-Heavy Guy: A female variant as her entire top is pyramid-like.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: There was no scene of either the Rangers or Void Knight going after her Sporix Cell after her defeat. It's later confirmed in The Matchamaker that the Rangers claimed it off-screen.
Voiced By: Steven Lyons
A seashell/Shen-themed Sporix Beast.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: He has a barb on each arm that can extend into a blade for combat.
- Clam Trap: He is based on Shen, a shapeshifting sea monster in the form of a giant clam from Chinese mythology that is believed to create illusions.
- Super Smoke: Fogshell's main ability is to create fog dense enough to confuse the Rangers. And when combined with Slyther's illusion abilities, it causes even more confusion for their opponents.
Voiced By: Richard Simpson
A kelpie-themed Sporix Beast.
- Adapted Out: Zigzagged. There was a plan to mass-produce him in the super sentai version but it never came to fruition.
- Cephalothorax: Like Shockhorn, his face is on his chest.
- Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Hellish Horse: Based on the kelpie itself.
- Making a Splash: Tidemare's primary and most dangerous ability is its power to manipulate water. The Splash Shields he creates are especially effective against Zayto's fire-based abilities, but also just prove monstrously strong in general.
- The Worf Effect: Was on top in his fight against the Rangers, but lost when the Gold Ranger appeared. "Especially" when he pulled out the Electro Battle Armor.
Voiced By: Mark Wright
A ghost ship-themed Sporix Beast.
- Boring, but Practical: His main ability is to shoot out nets. While Slyther deems it useless, Void Knight sees it as a useful ability. The Knight turned out to be correct as Trawler trapped the Rangers in a couple of nets and captured the Mosa Razor Zord in one instance.
- Dem Bones: He has white skeletal hands and a skull motif on his body armor.
- Dig Attack: He can burrow underground.
- Ghost Ship: He is based on a haunted ghost ship.
- Sand Blaster: He can fire a sand shot from his bow cannon to bury his enemies.
- Top-Heavy Guy: The front of a wooden ship makes up the majority of the top half.
- Wolverine Claws: His right hand is a five-pronged rake claw.
Voiced By: Steve McCleary (All Three)
A trio of golem-like Sporix Beasts. They helped Void Knight with his sleeping bomb plan.
- Adapted Out: The Golem Minosaur's main ability was to duplicate itself upon breaking apart. The Stone Triplets do not have this ability.
- Avenging the Villain: The two remaining Triplets desire to exact revenge on the Rangers after seeing them take out their brother.
- Decomposite Character: There was only one Golem Minosaur in Ryusoulger and any others were copies made from the duplication ability. Here, there are three identical monsters.
- Golem: They are based on the Golem creature from Jewish folklore.
- Made of Iron: Or in this case Made of Stone. The two Stone Triplets tank the Megazord's finishers.
- Sibling Fusion: In the Megazord fight, the two remaining Triplets merge and become a bigger monster.
- The Worf Effect: The two remaining Triplets were tough against the Megazords and were winning after combining into one monster. But then the Rangers formed the Fusion Ultrazord. And you can probably guess what happens next.
Voiced By: Julian Wilson
A satyr-themed Sporix Beast with the ability to body switch his victims. Void Knight sent him to collect a chest that belonged to Purplebeard.
- Adaptational Superpower Change: In Ryusoulger, Pan Minosaur had magnetism powers. Here, Boneswitch has body-switching powers.
- Body Swap: His main ability is to swap a person's body into another and vice versa. For the affected Rangers, that interfered with their Powers as their minds were not compatible with the body they swapped with.
- Dem Bones: His head and chest resemble skulls.
- Fauns and Satyrs: Based on a satyr.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here: After his horns broke, Boneswitch tried to run away from the Dino Fury Megazord. Sadly, the Mosa Razor Zord got to him.
Fly Sporix Beast
Voiced By: ???
A fly/clown-themed Sporix Beast.
- Adapted Out: He did not grow like his Minosaur counterpart.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: Used his fist for fighting.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: A giant fly Sporix Beast.
- Demoted to Extra: His Ryusoulger counterpart had a bigger role with his own episode and the ability to grow into a giant. Not only was he unceromerously defeated in the first two minutes of Numero Uno, but he never grows. This is because Beelzebub Minosaur appeared after the Rangers gained the Crash Armor Key and the Pacha Smash Zords, neither of which appeared in Dino Fury until a few episodes later.
- Monster Clown: His face has a clown appearance.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears in the opening scene of Numero Uno before the Rangers defeated him.
Voiced By: Estevez Gillespie
A Grim Reaper/virus-themed Sporix Beast who helped Void Knight regain the means in repairing his armor.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Wields two scythes as weapons on his arms.
- The Grim Reaper: Based after Death itself.
- Healing Factor: Can reboot himself if he is injured.
- Me's a Crowd: Bitscreem's Hack Attack involves him separating himself into multiple clones that explode on his opponents.
- Teleportation: He is capable of teleporting through different means of technology.
Voiced By: David Mackie
A Dodomeki-themed Sporix Beast. Void Knight had him collect the last remaining Sporix Cells across Pine Ridge.
- Dumb Muscle: Not the brightest sporix beast out there but makes up for it with his abilities.
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: He has eyes on all sides, including a central one that's apparently in the middle of a toothed maw. Except that the teeth around it are all fingers, and instead of fingernails the fingers all have eyes.
- Power Pincers: Has these for arms.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Although Occulo appeared in two episodes, he was the reason Void Knight was able to collect enough Sporix to reawaken Santaura, setting the stage for the remainder of Season 2.
- X-Ray Vision: Possesses this ability. This ultimately allows Void Knight to find all the remaining Sporixs.
- Youkai: He is modelled after Dodomeki, a youkai that is depicted as a human woman who is cursed with having long arms covered with hundreds of bird eyes due to their habit of stealing money.
Voiced By: Michael Saccente
A Poltergeist/garbage/haunted house-themed Sporix Beast. Void Knight recruited him in gathering parts for his Zord Jammer.
- Dem Bones: Its face resembles a skull.
- Extreme Omnivore: Loves eating garbage.
- Haunted House: His secondary theme as well as a Poltergeist.
- Just Add Water: Junkalo can assimilate any object into his body and then regurgitate new items.
- Poisonous Person: He can generate poison gas from the garbage he consumes. The poison gas can also be directly launched from its hands.
- Wolverine Claws: Uses these for weapons.
Voiced By: John Leigh
A Jack-o'lantern/pumpkin-themed Sporix Beast sent to pollute Pine Ridge's water and turn people into trees.
- Cephalothorax: He is literally a jack-o-lantern with limbs.
- Improbable Weapon User: His other weapons include an orange pumpkin-decorated umbrella and a candy basket.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Close inspection reveals that he has rows of teeth that look like he was decorated with a lot of toothpicks, which is a thing you could do with a real pumpkin.
- Multiple Head Case: Squashblight literally has jack-o-lantern faces for eyes and nose.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Squashblight's gourd-like skin can withstand attacks from the Rangers, but if he's anywhere dark, it weakens.
- Plant Person: Squashblight draws inspiration from pumpkins.
Voiced By: Stephen Butterworth
A Dullahan-themed Sporix Beast that was tasked by Void Queen to hunt down Tarrick.
- Belly Mouth: a rather unique case due to being based on a Dulluhan.
- Berserk Button: Hates being called a coward.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Wields scythe blades on each arm.
- Deflector Shield: He has a forcefield that protects him from close range attacks.
- The Nose Knows: Trackenslash possesses a high degree of smell, being able to sniff out Void Knight's scent from his former throne.
Voiced By: Penny Ashton
A dragon-themed Sporix Beast and the sister to Draknarok.
- Adaptation Expansion: The Space Dragon from "Ryusoulger" was already giant-sized in his episode. But here, she started human-sized before going giant.
- Adaptational Explanation: Ryusoulger had no reasoning for the "space dragon" looking so much like Minosaur Complete Body, a creature formed from a human's negative emotions. Here, Flapnarok and Draknarok are siblings, explaining the similarities.
- Adaptational Intelligence: Like her brother, Flapnarok is sapient enough to talk instead of being a mindless beast like her "Ryusoulger" counterpart.
- Adaptational Species Change: An unidentified space dragon with no connection to the Minosaur in Ryusoulger, a Sporix Beast in Power Rangers.
- Make My Monster Grow: Instead of growing naturally like the rest of the Sporix, Flapnarok could grow thanks to a special collar Mucus acquired (bypassing the Sporix needing to grow overtime). However, it only lasts for a while and needs to be recharged after one use.
- Our Dragons Are Different: As with Draknarok, she is a dragon-themed monster.
- Related in the Adaptation: Void Queen reveals that Flapnarok is the sister to Draknarok. Oh, and the former doesn't remember Draknarok's name.
- Shock and Awe: Can fire electric attacks from her horns.
- Tail Slap: Can use her tail to attack her opponents.
- The Worf Effect: In the first fight, she overpowered the Ptera Smash Ultrazord. But come the second fight, the Rangers had the Primal Ultrazord on their side, and Flapnarok went down.
Voiced by: Paul BarrettA genie/magic lamp/phantom-themed Sporix Beast.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: Hexicuro's Ryusoulger counterpart was the final Monster of the Week the Rangers fought. Here, he appears a few episodes early before the end game episodes begin.
- Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Forced Transformation: Hexcurio's also capable of randomly turning people into things. Ollie gets turned into a still-aware action figure, and Izzy gets turned into a miniaturized version of the T-Rex zord.
- Jackass Genie: He grants wishes, but they quite often come with some nasty twist. Mucus wishes for a hat? She gets it, but is turned into a human for no real reason. Amelia wishes to see her parents for just a moment? She does, but neither party realizes it.
- No Ontological Inertia: His spells wear off the minute he's bust back down to spore form, something Mucus was counting on to turn her back to her normal fungi self.
Voiced by: Paul WaggottA sylph-themed Sporix Beast sent to collect a key that belongs to Warden Garcia.
- Blade on a Stick: At one point, Quickspine uses a Hengemen's spear to fight the Rangers.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Although Quickspine's role was a standard monster of the week type, him stealing the Warden's key sets the field for the finale.
- Super Speed: Quickspine's special ability is speed, and he is a very fast Sporix Beast. Even a Ranger using the Sprint Boost Key cannot keep up.
- Wolverine Claws: Can use his sharp claws to his benefit.
Voiced by: Richard SimpsonA dwarf/martial artist/cake-themed Sporix Beast sent to attack Japan and distract the Rangers.
- Adaptational Late Appearance: The Dwarf Minosaur appeared in the 24th episode of Ryusoulger, but Sugarhit appears in the 40th episode of Dino Fury.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: Even without his spatula, Sugarhit could fight well with his fists.
- Early-Bird Cameo: He briefly appears as a giant during Zayto's flashback of Rafkon's invasion and destruction.
- Improbable Weapon User: He uses a bladed spatula as his main weapon.
- Meaningful Name: A monster that uses pastries as his main weapons.
- Our Dwarves Are All the Same: He is based on the dwarf.
- Pie in the Face: It attacks people by throwing pies in their faces.
- We Need a Distraction: Sugarhit's main role was to fight the Rangers in Japan long enough for Void King and company to steal the Warden's drill. And if it were not for the fact they were missing another component to the drill, Sugarhit would have been successful.
Voiced by: Andy FaulknerA gnome-themed Sporix Beast that helped Nulleye attack the Rangers.
- Labcoat of Science and Medicine: Part of his design, which the Rangers note, leading to a whole hurricane of doctor related puns.
- Macross Missile Massacre: He can fire missiles from his head.
- Our Gnomes Are Weirder: He is based on a gnome.
- Power Pincers: Has pincers as weapons.
Voiced by: Dallas BarnettA Charybdis-themed Sporix Beast that appeared with the other released Sporix Beasts in Void Queen's end game. He was tasked with destroying a dam and flooding Pine Ridge.
- Making a Splash: His primary ability is to manipulate water at will.
A gigantic Sporix Beast that is made from all the Sporix. Void Queen used this as a mecha to pilot.
- Adaptational Nonsapience: In Ryusoulger, it's the final form of the Big Bad. Here, it's a Sporix-made mecha with no real mind of its own.
- Adaptational Wimp: In Ryusoulger, Eras is essentially god-like being capable of creating the Druidon and Ryusoul Tribe. In Dino Fury it is essentially an organic Megazord and was eventually vanquished by Santaura upon regaining her senses.
- Adapted Out: Due to the Nemesis Beast being more of a giant mecha, all footage of Eras at human-size was left out.
- Demoted to Extra: The Nemesis Beast is adapted from Eras, the final boss of Ryusoulger. However, the majority of her role went to Void Queen, so her physical form was now a Megazord-like figure.
- Fusion Dance: It's made up of all the Sporix, absorbed into one giant beast.
- Humongous Mecha: A large organic Megazord-like figure that towers over the Rangers'.
- The Juggernaut: As the final major threat of the season, the Nemesis Beast proved to be the most powerful monster the Rangers fought against. It tanked all of the Rangers' Megazords and used a sonic wave to dismantle them back to the individual Zords. It took Zayto using the Ultimate Attack to final bring it to its knees and that didn't even finish it completely. It was Santaura who vanquished it after finally coming to her senses.
Spider Sketch Monster
Voiced By: ???
A spider-themed monster Slyther created from Santa's sketchbook.
- Adaptational Species Change: Went from a Minosaur like the other monsters of Ryusoulger to a regular monster.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: A spider monster.
- Demoted to Extra: Its Ryusoulger counterpart had an entire episode, but here, its only featured in one half of the episode and in giant size only. Possibly because the rest of the footage had it in a Japanese school setting.
- Killed Off for Real: Since it's not a Sporix or a robot, it's the first monster this season to be destroyed permanently.
Santa's Magic Sketchbook
A magic sketchbook that belonged to Santa Claus. Slyther stole it and used it for his own gains.
- Adaptational Heroism: As much as an inanimate object can be, but Santa's sketchbook in the Sentai was the Grimoire Minosaur, one of the monsters that was created from negative emotions that the Ryusoulgers fought. Here, the book belonged to Santa and was never meant to be used for evil, only doing so when Slyther stole it.
- Adaptational Species Change: A Minosaur in Ryusoulger, a magic sketchbook in Power Rangers.
- Art Initiates Life: The Sketchbook's main ability is to create life from whatever is drawn.
A device Void Knight created to interfere with the Rangers summoning their Zords.
- Adaptational Species Change: The Zord Jammer's Sentai counterpart is a Minosaur, but here it's not a Sporix Beast and is more a mindless machine.
- Impeded Communication: As the name implies, it has the ability to block all signals of Zords that are currently under the ranger command. The only Zord it couldn't block was the Ptera Freeze Zord, but only because Void Knight did not know of its existence.
Voiced By: Geoff Dolan
A wizard who is able to resurrect fallen villains. Revives Lord Zedd at his most evil.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: His "Ryusoulger" counterpart appeared sometime after the Gold Ranger joined the team. Here, he debuts before the Gold Ranger appears.
- Adaptation Expansion: His Sentai counterpart was a one-off Monster of the Week whose biggest contribution was allowing a deceased character to make a reappearance briefly. In Dino Fury, he was the one that brought back Lord Zedd. He later appeared in the two part finale by helping Void Knight resurrect Boomtower.
- Adaptational Species Change: His Sentai counterpart is a Minosaur, but Reaghoul is not a Sporix Beast and actually wishes to collect a Sporix cell to become stronger.
- Can't Kill You, Still Need You: Despite failing to deliver his end of the deal, Void Knight does not destroy Reaghoul. Instead, he places him into a cell for future plans. It wouldn't be until "Waking Nightmare" when Void Knight decides to use him again.
- Composite Character: His role of using Brineblast and Wolfgang as spirits is the same as the Mimic Minosaur's role in Ryusoulger.
- Dem Bones: He has a cape with skeletons on them.
- Devious Daggers: Wields a Kris as her main weapon.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His own sleep-inducing manacles are used to contain him.
- Killed Off for Real: Dies in Void Trap.
- Necromancer: In a sense, he can bring back old monsters when they were in their prime and strongest. Although, Brineblast and Wolfgang are Sporix Beasts themselves, and Sporix are immortal so this brings up so many questions.
- If it's like how Lord Zedd's evil side was revived then it is more akin to what is perceived as dying than the true death of an individual. While Sporix Beasts are immortal, their physical forms can be destroyed or killed as the case may be.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He only appeared in a handful episodes, but what he did in his first appearance (resurrecting Lord Zedd) has far-reaching consequences.
Voiced by: Andrew LaingOne of the most iconic Power Rangers villains, revived from one of his "Most evil" periods of time.
Portrayed by: Julian WilsonThe nephew of Lokar, from Mighty Morphin', captured by Grid Battleforce at one point, only to be freed by a mysterious benefactor and sent to depower the Dino Fury Rangers.
- Adaptational Nationality: Lothorn's Ryusoulger counterpart was part of the Drudion Army as a Minosaur, but here, he's an alien connected to Lokar.
- Adaptational Species Change: A Minosaur in Ryusoulger, an alien in Power Rangers.
- Berserk Button: Don't mention his big feet. He's kind of sensitive about them.
- Clean Dub Name: Lothorn's name in the Sentai was Satan Minosaur. You can probably guess why they changed it for Power Rangers.
- Composite Character: There were two Satan Minosaurs in Ryusoulger, but here, Lothorn is merged into one being.
- Cutting the Knot: Was sent by an unknown benefactor to destroy the Dinohenge statues and cut the Rangers off from their powers.
- Make My Monster Grow: Used a pocket gigantifier to grow into a giant.
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: He follows the orders of his benefactor and attacks the Dinohenge statues in an attempt to rob the Rangers of their powers.
- Noodle Incident: He'd been locked up by the Grid Battleforce Rangers. Exactly when and how goes unexplored.
- Polite Villains, Rude Heroes: He's pretty offended by the Rangers constantly making comments about his looks.
- Related in the Adaptation: Lothorn is stated to be the nephew of the wizard Lokar from Mighty Morphin. His Sentai counterpart did not have a relationship with Dai-Satan as the character was long dead by the time the events of Ryusoulger began.
- Spikes of Villainy: Covered in spikes and even his head is spiked.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appeared in one episode before being offed by the Rangers.
- Wolverine Claws: Sports claws in lieu of weapons.
Portrayed by: Adrian Smith
- Adaptational Intelligence: Although a bit scatterbrained, he is demonstrated to be a cunning and a good strategist, in contrast to the infantile and unstable Yabasword, who was created as such so that Eras could control him with ease.
- Adaptational Nationality: Sizzurai's Ryusoulger counterpart was part of the Drudion Army as a general, but here, he's an robotic general who is loyal to Lord Zedd.
- Adaptational Species Change: A Drudion General in Ryusoulger, a robotic general in Power Rangers.
- Adaptational Wimp: While Sizzurai is far from weak, he is still much weaker than Yabasword, a psychotic Druidon general created by Eras to essentially act as a living weapon to destroy both the Ryusoul and Druidon tribes. His strength is particularly demonstrated when he nearly succeeded in killing Pricious (Void King's counterpart).
- Blade Below the Shoulder: His right arm is replaced by a big blade.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Anyone he slashes is turned into this, aware of what's been done to them but unable to do anything.
- Dies Differently in Adaptation: Instead of being crushed to death by King KishiRyuOh (the Primal Ultrazord) like his sentai counterpart, Sizzurai is destroyed by a stray attack from Lord Zedd.
- Friendly Fire: Done in by an attack of Zedd's which Zayto just barely managed to deflect. Not that Zedd cares in the slightest.
- Make My Monster Grow: As with Lothorn, Sizzurai used a pocket gigantifier to grow into a giant.
- Portmanteau: His name is a combination of sizzle and samurai.
- Samurai: Based on one.