- Adaptational Job Change: The core Goseigers are literal guardian angels while the core Gokagers are space pirates. The core five (Super) Megaforce are high school students
- Adaptational Species Change: In Power Rangers, the main five are humans compared to being angels in Goseiger and Human Aliens in Gokager.
- Composite Character: For the first time since the Zordon Era, the Megaforce rangers use two sets of Powers from two different Sentai series. The first season featured Tensou Sentai Goseiger, and the second season featured Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. However, this only applies to the main five Rangers; Robo Knight only appears prominently in the first season, and Orion in the second.
- Limited Wardrobe: The clothes they're wearing in their respective portraits below are the ones they are wearing for much of the show.
- Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: The rangers are high school students akin to the Zordon Era and core Dino Thunder rangers.
Troy Burrows / (Super) Megaforce Red
Troy came in as a new student, but started having prophetic dreams of a massive war between Power Rangers and a legion of foot soldiers. His ability to stand up against adversity made him worthy of the Red Megaforce powers, with the spirit of the dragon. After the Armada attack, he received the Super Megaforce Red powers.
- Catchphrase: "Let's take it to the next level!"
- The Chosen One: Well, that was the plan anyway. He was going to be linked to the Morphin Grid, and his infamous Super Saiyan Punch was going to be part of his powers; similarly, Robo Knight would be linked to him as well
- Composite Character: He's stoic like Jason, a new kid and a loner like Green Ranger Tommy and shares their passion for martial arts.
- Determinator: When you're Alata's counterpart, this is inevitable. Damn if he's ever gonna back down, even in the face of almost certain death.
- Dreaming of Things to Come: Frequently dreams about the "Legend War" from Gokaiger.
- Dull Surprise: Most evident in "Robo Knight" where his expression doesn't change at all when Robo Knight doesn't shake his hand.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: He's rarely seen without his black leather jacket.
- Heroic Spirit: Is chosen due to his pure spirit, discipline and his willingness to face adversity with courage.
- Humans Are Special: He firmly believes that humanity can accomplish anything.
- Humble Hero: When a boaster claims he's the Red Ranger, his response is simply to let it be instead of being upset someone is stealing credit for his heroism.
- Land, Sea, Sky: Uses the powers of the Sky alongside Emma.
- The Leader: He turns out to be a pretty good one despite being the Rookie Red Ranger, in part due to his dedication to the job.
- Military Brat: Deleted scenes reveal that his father is in the military and he was being sent to live with an uncle because his dad was being stationed elsewhere.
- Mr. Fanservice: See this boy shirtless and try not to drool, ladies.
- Nerves of Steel: In "Who's Crying Now?", when he's confronted by two bullies. He doesn't show any sign of fear nor does he show signs of getting into any physical altercations with them. The alien officer doesn't shake him up either.
- New Transfer Student: Has only just recently moved to Harwood County.
- Nice Guy: While he doesn't speak much, he does seem genuinely optimistic and kind. Even when dealing with Jordan, he never got mad with him, instead seeming more amused with the whole thing.
- The Quiet One: Doesn't talk as much when compared to his teammates, and as of the first four episodes, hasn't really spoken to Jake or Noah outside of a battle against the Warstar.
- Rookie Red Ranger: When Gosei picked him to be the Red Ranger, Troy was unsure of this since he is new in town and he was picked right off the bat. Despite this, he embraced the role of the Red Ranger and leader and is the one to make the call to transform. He's also the most dedicated to the job, realizing just how important their protecting Earth is.
- Static Character: The only Mega Ranger who got least development until the very end of Super Megaforce.
- Standardized Leader: Disciplined, strong, and the list just goes on.
- The Stoic: Even more so than Gia. It takes the death of Creepox for him to loosen up a little.
- Sword and Gun: Primarily his (and everyone else's) style of combat in Super Megaforce.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Contrasting with his usual self, he acts this way towards his friends in "Spirit of the Tiger" after losing to the monster of the day. Though later he lightens up again.
- Weapon of Choice: Dragon Sword.
Emma Goodall / (Super) Megaforce Pink
Emma is a nature lover and best friend to Gia. Her love of nature made her worthy of the Pink Megaforce powers, with spirit of the phoenix. After the Armada attack, she received the Super Megaforce Pink powers.
- Adaptational Skimpiness: Zig-Zagged due to being a Composite Character. Occasional panty shots of her Gokaiger counterpart aside, Emma's regular outfit still shows more skin than that of Ahim's. Her Goseiger counterpart Eri, on the other hand, wears essentially the same type of clothes as Emma.
- Badass Biker: It's a BMX bicycle instead of a motorcycle, but being damn good at riding it is part of the reason why she is chosen.
- Camera Fiend: In the first episode, she uses her camera to blind the Mooks during combat.
- The Chick: The show's example of Ms. Fanservice, a Granola Girl....Yeah, she fits this role alright.
- The Cutie: She cares for the environment, she's great with a BMX bike, and she's got that look of a cutie, so why not?
- Expy: Basically Kimberly with a chunk of Trini.
- Genki Girl: One of her more subtle character traits.
- Girly Bruiser: Gosei chose her for two reasons; 1.) kind-hearted Nature Hero and 2.) BMX biker.
- Granola Girl: Definitely a less subtle part of her characterization. A result of combining Kimberly's Valley Girl and Trini's Soapbox Sadie
- Guns Akimbo: As Super Megaforce Pink Ranger.
- Gun Kata: Her usual fighting style as Super Mega Pink
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Gia.
- Land, Sea, Sky: Uses the powers of the Sky alongside Troy.
- Missing Mom: Her mother apparently died before the events of the series, it's not outright stated, cause you know, it's Power Rangers.
- Ms. Fanservice: One of the sexiest pink rangers around here.
- The Phoenix: Emma's Power Animal.
- The Power of Friendship: Gosei states this verbatim which is what helps her break free from Beezara's spell and to give her the Card for the Sky Brother Zords.
- Punny Name: Of course, A girl with name GOODALL obviously a Nice Girl and Good All Along to everyone even to a nature.
- She's Got Legs: Best shown by the Who Wears Short Shorts? aspect of her wardrobe.
- Shipper on Deck: For Gia and Jake
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Emma's Girly Girl to Gia.
- Weapon of Choice: Phoenix Shot
- Who Wears Short Shorts?: A pair of pink ones, of course.
Jake Holling / Megaforce Black (Super Megaforce Green)
Jake was an athlete at high school with a not so secret crush on Gia. His athleticism made him worthy of the Black Megaforce powers, with the spirit of the snake. After the Armada attack, he received the Super Megaforce Green powers, the only Ranger to change colors when going into Super Megaforce mode.
- Adaptational Badass: His character alone is already moreso than his Gokaiger counterpart Doc but there are numerous occasions where new fight footage has been filmed specifically for him to omit Doc's usual goofy antics.
- The Big Guy: He's the athlete of the team and is very likely the strongest ranger in terms of physical strength.
- Expy: Zack as a middle-east guy.
- Depending on the Writer: Due to the polar opposite personalities of his Sentai counterparts, he'll often switch between tough guy and clumsy guy.
- Dogged Nice Guy: Sometime he always find a chance to get closer to Gia.
- Guns Akimbo: As Super Megaforce Green Ranger who is also usually a gunslinger of the Trick Shot variety
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Noah.
- I Know Madden Kombat: Can fight mooks with a soccer ball, the way it's intended to be used.
- The Lancer: By way of being the goofy comedian in contrast to Troy's stoic attitude.
- Land, Sea, Sky: Uses the element of Land alongside Gia.
- Lovable Jock: Is chosen due to his athleticism and even uses his soccer skills against a group of mooks. Also fits here by way of being best buddies with nerdy Noah.
- Number Two: Shared with Gia. Often leads the team in Troy's absence.
- Out of Focus: For the first half of the season.
- Plucky Comic Relief: Don't dismiss him as a class clown, due to his special talent on bringing people together with a laugh.
- Snakes Are Sinister: Jake's Power Animal, albeit a heroic example.
- Unrelated in the Adaptation: Jake and Gia's Goseiger counterparts are a BrotherSister Team. The Incest Yay side of the fandom had a field day with this.
- Unrequited Love: Has a crush on Gia. She probably know it, and pretend to be doesn't care about it. From the look of things, however, it seems she's starting to return his affections.
- Weapon of Choice: Snake Axe.
Gia Moran / (Super) Megaforce Yellow
Gia was a perfectionist at school in both smarts and athleticism, and was best friends with Emma. Her calmness over pressure made her worthy of the Yellow Megaforce powers, with the spirit of the tiger. After the Armada attack, she received the Super Megaforce Yellow powers.
- The Ace: Is chosen due to her numerous skills, such as her calmness during pressuring situations, her pursuit of intelligence, etc. Fitting, since original Yellow Ranger Trini was an Ace as well (skilled fighter, yet smart enough to translate for Billy.)
- Adaptational Modesty: Gia is pretty covered while her Goseiger counterpart Moune is wearing the same type of clothes as Emma (and is the more obvious Ms. Fanservice of the two females there). It even applies compared to her Gokaiger counterpart Luka, who is wearing Proper Tights with a Skirt instead of jeans like Gia.
- Breakout Character: Gia is often considered the highlight of her otherwise infamous season due to her charisma and screen presence, making her the only Megaforce Ranger to appear outside this season. Coincidentally, her Gokaiger counterpart Luka Milfy is also this (but is far more popular).
- Catchphrase: Each episode Gia makes sure to include some variation of "kicking (enemy's) butt" whenever she talks.
- Deadpan Snarker: A trait from Kim. She dabbles in smart remarks, mainly in response to Jake or monsters.
- Dual Wielding: As Super Megaforce Yellow Ranger.
- Expy: Pretty much the white Trini, with a dash of Kimberly.
- Genius Bruiser: She fills the role of The Big Guy, but Gosei's introduction shows a clip of her solving a complex math problem and even finishes her science quiz before Noah.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: She's rarely seen without her black leather jacket.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Emma.
- The Lancer: She seems to lead the team when Troy's not present, and they do what she says.
- Land, Sea, Sky: Uses the powers of the Land along with Jake.
- Number Two: Shared with Jake. Often leads the team in Troy's absence.
- Out of Focus: For the second half of the season. Ironically, out of all the Megaforce Characters, she gets the most attention post series. She reappears in the Street Fighter Showdown short film, the Dimensions in Danger anniversary Special, and was one of the first characters revealed for the Battle for the Grid fighting game.
- Panthera Awesome: Gia's Power Animal
- The Stoic: Not on par with Troy, but she qualifies.
- Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Aloof snarker variation.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Gia's Tomboy to Emma.
- Unrelated in the Adaptation: Gia and Jake's Goseiger counterparts are a BrotherSister Team.
- Weapon of Choice: Tiger Claw.
- Your Size May Vary: She's taller than Emma and almost the same size as the guys. But thanks to using Stock Footage from Goseiger, it makes her appear shorter when transformed.
Noah Carver / (Super) Megaforce Blue
Noah was the smart one of his classmates, and created a network for his school. His thirst for knowledge made him worthy of the Blue Megaforce powers, with the spirit of the shark. After the Armada attack, he received the Super Megaforce Blue powers.
- Black and Nerdy: He's essentially the black Billy, so yeah.
- Confusion Fu: When he first fights Loogies, he manages to knock many of them out unintentionally, while trying to evade them. Some of the hits were even delivered by his bag as it swung around.
- Depending on the Writer: Due to the polar opposite personalities of his Sentai counterparts he'll often switch between smart guy and tough guy.
- Disabled in the Adaptation: Neither one of his sentai counterparts are visually impaired.
- Dual Wielding: As Super Megaforce Blue Ranger. It seems a bit weird considering he was a long range fighter in Megaforce. It looks awesome, anyway.
- Expy: Of Billy
- Gadgeteer Genius: Is apparently going to be the one that builds the Rangers' cannon weapon in Super Megaforce.
- Genius Bruiser: Just look at that swordplay.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Jake.
- Land, Sea, Sky: Is the sole user of the Sea.
- Lightning Bruiser: Becomes this in Super Megaforce, when he built his body, technique and mind to become a fierce swordsman. That training really paid off.
- Lovable Nerd: Is chosen due to his dedication to science and unrivaled intelligence, though this has caused trouble as he is fascinated at first by the sight of the mooks while the civilians are running for their lives and observes a downed mook in his first unmorphed fight while the other rangers are fighting them off.
- The Smart Guy: Comes with the territory of being a high school nerd.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Noah certainly does.
- Training from Hell: Inflicts this on himself after feeling he was pushing the team back.
- This Is the Part Where...: "This is the part where you say goodbye!"
- Threatening Shark: Noah's Power Animal.
- Took a Level in Badass: Unlike his Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger counterpart, Joe, Noah's sword training is because he feels like he's The Load of the team and trains himself to be much stronger. This pays off when he is able to wield five swords at once and take out a Monster of the Week in a one-on-one fight, when he was originally barely able to fight the Mooks.
- Weapon of Choice: Shark Bowgun.
Years ago, Gosei created Robo Knight as the original protector of Earth, but laid dormant for many years. When the Toxic Mutants began their attack, he was finally awakened, but being deactivated for a long time took a great toll on his advanced AI, and as such, he was more focused on protecting the Earth than the humans that lived on it. This forced the Rangers to try and remind him of his original mission.
- Aloof Ally: Doesn't quite realize that his mission is the same as the Rangers; as such, he refuses their offer to join forces. This is because his years of dormancy has had its toll on his memory, thus he doesn't even remember Gosei created him.
- Disney Death: Subverted. He is supposedly gave his life force to revive Orion and was presumed dead only to be seen briefly fighting alongside the Historic Rangers in the Legendary battle. Troy even acknowledges his presence but after the battle he is nowhere to be seen, not even with the rest of the Historic rangers. Whether Robo Knight survived or that was his spirit fighting alongside them in the Legendary Battle remains unclear.
- Evil Makeover: When reprogrammed by Vrak in Vrak Is Back, the eyes on his chest and his visor both turn black.
- Expy: Basically a cross between RoboCop and the Blue Senturion (only played straight). His lack of concern for civilians in "Prince Takes Knight" also bring to mind the Magna Defender, but Robo Knight's apathy is more just following strict programming rather than being too caught up in revenge.
- Friend to All Children: Robo Knight shows his more softer side around children.
- Gaia's Vengeance: His primary directive is to eliminate threats to the environment.
- Gatling Good: His Vulcan Cannon weapon attachment.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Gives his own life to save Orion by transferring his own energy to restore his life force after Vrak drained it.
- I Work Alone: He's pretty adamant about this.
- Intrigued by Humanity: He's hinted to be steadily growing into this, as the Rangers teach him the good things of humanity.
- King of Beasts: Has an obvious lion motif.
- Macross Missile Massacre: Used in his Zord forms, both Lion Mechazord and Gosei Ground Megazord.
- Noisy Robots: In the same way that RoboCop walks.
- Pet the Dog: Robo Knight was shown to be uncaring towards humans and his views on the rangers were neutral at best. However, in "Man and Machine" he stops to ask a child, whose parents had been frozen by a monster, what happened to them, and promises to "get the bad guy".
- Robo Speak: Another RoboCop reference.
- Sealed Good in a Can: Was sealed away by Gosei, who believes his reawakening was brought upon by the Earth itself.
- Sixth Ranger: Joins the Rangers just after they start fighting the Toxic Mutants.
- Straw Vulcan: Claims that it is illogical to take calculated risks in order to gain an advantage in battle, or even to plan in advance at all. One wonders if he even knows what "illogical" means.
- Swiss Army Weapon: His Robo Blaster has both a long-range and sword mode.
- Transforming Mecha: Borrows a page from Power Rangers Mystic Force and transforms into his own Zord.
- Unexplained Recovery: After his Heroic Sacrifice several episodes before, he returns in the Legendary Battle without so much as a Hand Wave to explain how.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: An In-Universe example after "End Game". Nobody knows where he is, and part of Troy's new motivations is to find and rescue Robo Knight.
- By Silver Linings, Part 1 the Rangers seemed to have forgotten he existed. Baffled that someone else is fighting the X Borgs and not thinking this could be his work.
- Eventually subverted in the Vrak Is Back two-parter, where it's revealed that Robo Knight had been kept prisoner by Vrak between the last time the two of them appeared and now.
- What Is This Thing You Call Dreaming?: His role in "Dream Snatcher" is all about this, especially when he sees Emma managing to fight off the Monster of the Week's influence with the sheer amount of dreams she has.
Orion / Super Megaforce Silver
Before the Armada attack Earth, they invaded Andresia and eradicated most of the civilization. However, Orion, a lone survivor, discovered the Legendary Silver Morpher along with the Super Megaforce Silver key, and trained in order to harness the power. Eventually, he stole an Armada ship, and flew to Earth to defeat the Armada, joining the Megaforce Rangers as their second Sixth Ranger.
- Adaptational Species Change: He's an alien, compared to his Gokaiger counterpart, who was a human. Kind of ironic considering the Gokaigers were Human Aliens while the Megaforce Rangers are humans.
- And This Is for...: Occasionally invokes his planet's destruction like this. Most notably when he impales Emperor Marvo to the console of his own flagship, setting up the emperor up for one last strike.
- Ambiguously Gay: Is terrified and almost disgusted at the thought of kissing Emma at their fake wedding to draw in a monster. However, gets some Ship Tease with her anyway.
- Big "NO!": After seeing the Armada wipe out his planet.
- Break the Cutie: Lost his family, friends, and his entire planet from the Armada invasion.
- Composite Character: He shares his ranger designation with Gai Ikari but his backstory is closer to Ahim and Don's with their planets having been destroyed by the Zangyack similar to his by the Armada. In fact, him being an alien is closer to the core Gokaigers whereas Gai was the only one from Earth on the team.
- Death by Origin Story: His entire planet.
- Human Aliens: He looks human, but he's from another planet.
- Important Haircut: Gia and Emma took him to the hair salon to have a makeover once he officially joins the team.
- Last of His Kind: The Armada attacked his home planet and seemingly killed everyone but him. He claims to be the only survivor.
- Legacy Character: As a silver ranger who's an alien and joins the team as the sixth ranger, he's one to Zhane and Tyzonn, having more in common with the latter than the former. His power, however, arguably makes him one to every Sixth Ranger in Power Rangers history.
- One-Man Army: Takes out an entire platoon of X-Borgs by himself and spent his entire debut episode basically doing the Ranger's job for them.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: His fighting the Armada is one. When fighting the X-Borgs, he sounded absolutely pissed at the entire Armada for taking his homeworld.
- Sixth Ranger: To the group in Super Megaforce, joining them just as the fight against the Armada gets more serious.
- Ship Tease: With Emma, between their fake wedding and her personal goodbye to him in the final episode.
- Super Mode: By combining the powers of all 15 Legendary Sixth Ranger keys, Orion can access Super Megaforce Gold mode, a sort of Battlizer for him.
- Swiss Army Weapon: He wields the Super Silver Spear. Normally it can act as either a blaster or a trident. When in Super Megaforce Gold mode, it turns into a traditional spear.
The mentor to the Megaforce Rangers and a protegee to Zordon.
- Big Damn Heroes: Pilots the Gosei Ultimate Megazord's jet mode personally to save the Rangers from the Aurora Box.
- Big Good: Gave the Rangers their powers and serves as a mentor figure to the Rangers, just like his teacher.
- Crazy-Prepared: Unlike his teacher, who sent the Rangers to go get their new powers and Zords when the last ones failed, Gosei had the audacity to have new powers and Zords set up for just an emergency. Due to how the non-Power Rangers Sentai teams are being handled, he also didn't just settle for Earth Teams and got powers from Alien ranger teams.
- Egocentric Team Naming: Not with the team name, but most of the Rangers' equipment is named after him. We're probably lucky the team isn't "Gosei Force".
- Expy: Of Zordon.
- A Form You Are Comfortable With: Outright admits that the giant face isn't his true form, just one the rangers would be more comfortable with.
- Legacy Character: A direct successor to (and pupil of) Zordon, right down to the appearing as a giant face with a robot companion to be his hands.
- Oh, Crap!: When the invasion begins, Gosei screams at the Rangers "Rangers, morph now! MORPH! MORPH! MORPH!"
- The Mentor: He IS an Expy of Zordon, after all. He's been trained by Zordon in mentoring.
- Took a Level in Badass: After spending most of the series in the standard mentor role, he pulls a Big Damn Heroes to save the Rangers from the Aurora Box, and then copilots the Gosei Ultimate Megazord alongside them, seemingly acting as its control system. While he does so remotely, it's still pretty freaking cool.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: We never learn what happened to him or Tensou after the Armada's defeat.
Gosei's robotic assistant.
- Demoted to Extra: His Sentai counterpart had the ability to become a Humongous Mecha by the name of Datas Hyper. Tensou lacks this ability, resulting in an Adaptation-Induced Plot Hole whenever the rangers use the Ultra Gosei Great Megazordnote .
- Expy: Of Alpha 5, with WALLE thrown in.
- It Is Pronounced Tropay: Even though his name shares part of the namesake Sentai series Megaforce is based on, it's pronounced as "ten-SOO" as opposed to "ten-SOH."
- Robot Buddy: To the Rangers and Gosei.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Due to his Sentai counterpart's mech form not being adapted, Tensou isn't part of the Legendary Battle, and thus, escapes destruction. Much like with Gosei above, his fate after the Armada's defeat is up in the air.
- Conspiracy Theorist: Has a bulletin boards of pictures of the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and aliens. And the Toxic Mutants symbol.
- Demoted to Extra: Subverted. Although he no longer appears in the opening credits in Super Megaforce he has played a larger role in the story.
- Plucky Comic Relief: In the vein of Professor Phenomenus. Exceptionally clumsy and admits to being rather forgetful.
Owner of Ernie's Brain Freeze.
- Asian Store-Owner: Indian, to be more specific.
- Demoted to Extra: Subverted. Although he no longer appears in the opening credits in Super Megaforce he has played a larger role in the story.
- Idiot Ball: Doesn't recognize the Red Ranger's identity is one of his customers Troy, but it is possible that he actually knows that it was Troy somehow later on in the series.
- Large Ham: Doesn't hold back with his lines.
- Local Hangout: Owns and Operates Ernie's Brain Freeze.
- Mythology Gag: Named the Same as the Mighty Morphin' juice bar owner.
Jayden Shiba / Red Samurai Ranger
- Cool Bike: Now has one similar to Ji's bike, which he is seen with at the end of his episode.
- Mr. Fanservice: Considered this in-universe by Gia, who comments on his looks.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: Pulls this off on the Rangers. First, he shows up at Ernie's to help out Troy, Jake, and Noah, and then he vanishes just before Gia and Emma arrive.
- Cool Bike: As pointed out by Jake, he still has one.
Casey Rhodes / Jungle Fury Red Ranger
- Big Brother Mentor: Becomes this to Jake and Emma, showing them how to use Animal Spirits.
- Friend to All Living Things: Animals at least, as shown with the way he interacted with the tiger at the zoo.
- Nerves of Steel: Not only is he a former Red Ranger, but he is also so sure of himself that he got in a cage with a tiger as if it wasn't even there.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: Pulls the 'bye' off on Jake and Emma. They see him, but he randomly vanishes.
Tommy Oliver / Green & White Mighty Morphin Ranger
T.J. Johnson / Blue Space Ranger
- Big Damn Heroes: He and Cassie were seen rescuing civilians from a stuck elevator.
- Stock Footage Failure: Unlike with Tommy, the Turbo and in Space Ranger teams weren't edited to remove PR duplicates from the Sentai footage, meaning there are two TJs in the background at a few points.
Cassie Chan / Pink Space Ranger
- Big Damn Heroes: She and T.J. were seen rescuing civilians from a stuck elevator.
- Stock Footage Failure: Like with TJ, there's now a Pink Turbo Ranger and a Pink Space Ranger in the background of the Legendary Battle for some reason.
Leo Corbett / Red Lost Galaxy Ranger
- Big Damn Heroes: He was seen rescuing a dog for a kid.
Damon Henderson / Green Lost Galaxy Ranger
- Out of Focus: Doesn't do much other than appearing in a couple of shots.
- The Voiceless: Did not speak a line.
Karone / Pink Lost Galaxy Ranger II
- Good Feels Good: Says this during the Extended Edition:"I love being a Power Ranger"
- Irony: A decade ago, Karone was leading an invasion force against Earth. Now she's protecting the Earth.
- The Voiceless: At least in the first airing. The Extended Edition gave her the line above.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Not herself, but why Kendrix never came to Earth for the Legendary Battle is unknown.
Carter Grayson / Red Lightspeed Ranger
- Big Damn Heroes: He and Dana were seen helping civilians.
Dana Mitchell / Pink Lightspeed Ranger
- Big Damn Heroes: She and Carter were seen helping civilians.
Wes Collins / Red Time Force Ranger
- So Proud of You: He, on behalf of the Legendary Rangers, express proudness towards the Megaforce Rangers.
Mike / Green Samurai Ranger
- The Voiceless: Doesn't speak a line.
Emily / Yellow Samurai Ranger
- The Voiceless: Doesn't speak a line.
The youngest son of Emperor Mavro and younger brother to Prince Vekar. While he came to Earth with the Warstar Army, he allied with the Toxic Mutants and created his own Robot Army.
- Adaptation Distillation: His Voluntary Shapeshifting is the way the writers found to deal with Buredoran's constant change of forms and allegiances throughout the source material in a shorter time span.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: While by no means good and just as traitorous, sadistic, and manipulative as his Sentai counterpart, he does have some sense of loyalty to his royal family (Uncaring of his brother's death aside) as he is a "Well Done, Son!" Guy and doesn't actively betray his allies, rather tricking them to their deaths. However see Adaptational Villainy.
- Adaptational Species Change: While Brajira is a fallen (Gosei) angel who first appears in an Alien guise, Vrak is an actual alien, and part of the Power Rangers version of the Gill Family no less.
- Adaptational Villainy: Vrak and Brajira are both monstrously evil for sure, but Vrak is an incredibly deranged and delusional sociopath, as opposed to an unstable Knight Templar, was never part of the good side, and his motive for destroying Earth with the drills is not out of any desire to weed out corruption or to recreate it in his own image, but simply because he can. It is up for debate, though, which version is more evil as a result, as both of them have surpassed most of the other villains from their respective shows in terms of depravity.
- Arc Villain: He returns as the villain for the two-part episode "Vrak is Back" in Super Megaforce.
- Ascended Extra: In Super Megaforce - outside of the crossover Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle, his Goseiger counterpart had no involvement with Gokaiger. Here, he fills the role of the villain between Vekar's death and Mavro arriving on Earth.
- Back from the Dead: His Zombats revive defeated monsters. And he is brought back to life as a cyborg after his death at the hands of the Rangers.
- Bad Boss: He treats almost every single villain in Megaforce and Super Megaforce as his pawns, including his dimwitted elder brother and his personal henchmen.
- Best Served Cold: Waited almost an entire season for his chance to get revenge on the Rangers and destroy Earth.
- Big Bad Ensemble: While Malkor is the primary threat for most of Megaforce, Vrak is a very active Dragon-in-Chief, and is enough to be considered a major threat in his own right. When Malkor is defeated, Vrak becomes the sole Big Bad for the last few episodes of the first season. He briefly returns to the position for the Vrak is Back two-parter after Prince Vekar is killed.
- Breakout Villain: Vrak was one of the most well-received villains of both seasons.
- Cain and Abel: Both of Mavros sons are evil of course, but Vrak is the Cain to Vekars able, as he is much worse than him and was actually glad that the rangers killed him. Even Vekar never went that far despite his jealousy.
- Combat Pragmatist: He kidnapped Orion and used his powers to disable the other Rangers' Super Mega Mode so as to lessen their chances of killing him for good, and tried using Robo-Knight against them without fighting them himself.
- Deadpan Snarker: Has shades of this.Vrak: (Creepox's simplistic plan of "send a powerful monster to crush the heroes" fails): That worked so much better than my "complicated schemes".
- The Dragon: He seems to be Malkor's right-hand alien. However, this was all just an act just to destroy Malkor.
- Dragon-in-Chief: Because of Malkor's laziness, Vrak is the one who does most of the Warstar's work.
- Dragon Ascendant: Comes back as a cyborg and the new Big Bad after Malkor bites the dust.
- He also steps back in after his brother is killed, making Vrak the heir to the Armada's throne.
- Dragon with an Agenda: Even before revealing he wants to upsurp Malkor, he is known to have his own reasons for serving him. He really wants to conqure the Earth for his royal family and the Insectoids are just a means to that end. That said, he made no secret about his royal heritage to them.
- Earth-Shattering Kaboom: His ultimate goal upon returning in Super Mega Force is to plant three giant drills that will dig into the core and destroy the planet. He nearly succeeds.
- Enigmatic Minion: He serves as a member of both the Warstar and the Armada, but he clearly has his own goals and, outside of his claimed Starscream attempt which went nowhere, he sometimes doesnt even consult the formers leader Admiral Malkor on his plans, an example is a case with Creepoxs final attack on Earth and the Wild Sword. Even in the Armada, he works in a somewhat independent manner. He never interacts with any other Armada member except for The Messenger (though you can blame Sentai footage for that.), barely acknowledges his father, and the only one he mentioned by name is his brother whom he spoke negatively about. His plan in Super Megaforce doesnt even have the permission and assistance of the other villains and seems to be more for personal gain even though Vekars death already made Vrak the only heir.
- Entitled to Have You: Pre-material states he would much rather he rule Earth than destroy it. But after numerous failures and several months of hiding, he switches to the latter. He even tells the rangers that the planet deserves to meet its end in darkness and despair, making it even more apparent. In short, he wants to blow up the Earth simply because its people dared to fight back.
- Eviler Than Thou: He pulls this on both his Warstar boss and his dimwitted brother, due to his sociopathic personality, desire to overthrow the former, and Lack of Empathy towards the latter. Even Emperor Mavro, while still a greater threat than him, doesnt come close to surpassing his cruelty as he does care for both of his sons enough to swear vengeance against the rangers for killing them.
- The Evil Genius: The Warstar's strategist. It was even his idea to study humans before annihilating them. In the words of Creepox, all he does is think of 'complicated schemes'.
- Faux Affably Evil: He is at least this to his allies, presenting a calm demeanor while advising them on how to better deal with the rangers. Deep inside however, he's just using them for his own ends.
- Healing Factor: Explains the frequent forms and his survival from death and becoming a cyborg.
- The Heavy: Although it would be hard for one to pick a single member of the Big Bad Ensemble and name them as the sole Big Badnote , Vrak does spend the majority of both seasons of the show as one of the biggest threats to the Rangers, not to mention that on top of doing most of Malkor's work, he also is the last major threat the rangers face before his father, Emperor Mavro, and outlasts his brother Vekar.
- Hero Killer: After his return in "Vrak is Back". Not only does he regularly beatdown the Rangers, he does something no other villain in Power Rangers history: actually kill the Ranger he intended (as opposed to a Heroic Sacrifice to stop their plans like Kendrix and Magna Defender) to kill when he badly wounds Robo Knight and leaves him to perish in his exploding base.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His endgame involved using an eclipse to supercharge himself and his drills. Troy uses the same eclipse to supercharge his Finishing Move to finish off Vrak.
- Knight of Cerebus: He is one of the most powerful enemies the Rangers have ever faced. He even go far as brainwashing and, later, killing Robo Knight.
- Lack of Empathy: Even in a family of universal conquerors, he is a cruel piece of work. He manipulates both his allies and enemies and doesn't care who gets hurt. He actually enjoys the suffering he causes.
- Laser-Guided Amnesia: Loses his memory upon being turned into a cyborg by Metal Alice. Regains it soon after, though.
- Light Is Not Good: His true form is an angelic look, complete with gold armor and angel wings. Nevertheless, Vrak is anything but angelic and seems to only look that way because his counterpart is a fallen (Gosei) angel.
- Make My Monster Grow: Can do this with his seemingly infinite swarms of Zombats.
- Manipulative Bastard: Vrak cements himself as one when he manipulates the Toxic Mutants into joining the Warstar. He also manipulates the Rangers by sending monsters at them, knowing they'd destroy them... which was exactly what he wanted, as their energies allowed them to turn into his drills.
- The Necromancer: Thanks to his Zombats, he can revive and enlarge dead monsters. He claims that they are 'advanced technology' also, implying that they are this.
- No Body Left Behind: Subverted. Both he and his brother leave a corpse when they're killed, a rarity in Power Rangers.
- One-Winged Angel: Of his "True Form" version, in Super Megaforce, having kidnapped the Silver Ranger and stolen his powers, he's obtained enough power to restore his organic nature, allowing him to assume his far stronger true form. Fittingly, this also actually gives him retractable wings.
- Only Sane Man: The only villain so far that actually takes the Rangers seriously, often lampshading how things always seem to turn to their favor.
- Overarching Villain: He's the only major villain to have appeared in both seasons and the closest thing the Megaforce Rangers have to an Arch-Enemy.
- Pet the Dog:
- Downplayed in the first few episodes of Metal Alice where he is actually impressed by her loyalty to him. He has also called her beautiful upon her creation. He even rebuilds her after her first destruction and lets her off to recharge with only a mere scolding, not unlike his superior Malkors. Unfortunately, any genuine concern he may have had for her flies out the window after his cyborgification and her eventual final battle against the rangers.
- He listens to The Messengers warning to go into hiding and doesnt destroy his remaining head. It might just be because he deactivates after the warning and thus he didnt feel the need to, but its still a bit merciful than his treatment of Metal Alice in her final moments (and especially compared to his Goseiger counterpart.)
- Psycho for Hire: While his evil actions are technically in service to his fathers empire, it is clear that he is having a blast committing them.
- Pyrrhic Victory: The Armada has arrived and begun its invasion come season's end, but Vrak is a damaged cyborg and would likely not be recognized by the Armada and is forced to go on the run.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Blue to Creepox's Red. He also serves as the blue to Vekar's red.
- Related in the Adaptation: Hes the son of Ackdos counterpart, Mavro, the brother of Warzs, Vekar from Gokaiger.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He is alien royalty, and is the one who causes monsters to grow with his Zombats.
- He is also not above taking the initiative and starting his own plans, like sending Virox to infect the Earth. Malkor didn't know what was going on until Virox and Vrak told him.
- Sadist: Perhaps more so than his Sentai counterpart. He takes pleasure in others' suffering, and it is obvious that he enjoys fooling his allies to their deaths. He even has no care for his brother, as when he mocks Vekar for failing to beat the Rangers.
- The Sociopath: While he's hinted to have cared for his royal family and his father, he has shown several signs of his status as a low-functioning sociopath. He manipulates who he wishes, heartlessly crushes Metal Alice's spirit for her failure on her deathbed despite saving him from death and mocks his dead brother as weak and foolish. His final plan with the drills doesn't seem to benefit the Armada in any way, so his concern is obviously himself first, and his father and the Armada afterwards.
- The Starscream: On top of already being the Dragon-in-Chief who puts most of the villains' plans into motion, claims to be this when he takes advantage of Admiral Malkor going into his cocoon state late in the season to further his schemes. He never gets to take any action against Malkor due to the rangers killing him first, That said, it isn't purely out of completely selfish motives and the fact that it takes so long for him to even claim to make a move ironically makes him much more loyal than his incredibly treacherous Goseiger counterpart. When he returns in Super Megaforce, he more or less thanks the Rangers for killing his brother, allowing him to become the heir to the throne. He doesn't seem to be one towards his father though
- This Cannot Be!: His reaction when the Rangers destroy both Malkor and the Warstar's ship in one final blast, and he's caught in it.
- Took a Level in Badass: After being rebuilt as a cyborg, Vrak becomes much more formidable. He becomes even stronger during the Vrak is Back two-parter after he kidnaps the Silver Ranger and absorbs his powers.
- Ungrateful Bastard: Despite all Metal Alice did for him, Vrak chastised her for her failure on her deathbed.
- Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Defied. When he returns in Super Megaforce, after absorbing the Silver Ranger's powers, not only has he regained his extremely powerful true form, he negates the heroes' power boosts by disabling Super Mega Mode and turning the Ranger Keys to stone.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Can change from his usual blue-and-silver form to a form with red armor-and-claws known as his "Earth Armor". Loses this after he is rebuilt by Metal Alice, and is currently still stuck in his Cyborg form in the aftermath of the Armada's invasion.
- We Can Rebuild Him: Is easily reconfigured into a cyborg by Metal Alice after his death at the hands of the Rangers.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Is apparently this to his father, the leader of The Armada. He planned to betray Malkor all to impress Mavro. Justified since even though he is the favorite child of Mavro, he is still not given the throne due to being his second born.
A moth themed Insectiod and the leader of the Warstar Army.
- Adaptation Expansion: In Goseiger, he (i.e. Mons Drake) was the Disc-One Final Boss instead of the overall Big Bad.
- Benevolent Boss: Unlike past Power Rangers villains, Malkor treats his subordinates with true respect and as equals (apart from when he's scolding them for failing their missions, but even then he still gives credit where credit is due). Thus, all of them have Undying Loyalty towards him.
- Big Bad: As the leader of the Warstar, he's the main villain for most of Megaforce.
- Disc-One Final Boss: Although he sticks around far longer than his Super Sentai counterpart, Malkor's defeat isn't the end of the season, since Vrak takes his place for the last few episodes.
- Genius Bruiser: Pre-release material paints him as one, saying he combines the intelligence of Vrak with strength greater than Creepox's. He's just too lazy to do anything with it.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He calls for Vrak to crash the Warstar ship as a back-up plan, not only fails, but the Rangers destroy him by crashing him into his own ship.
- So ironically, his own back-up plan is what caused his demise.
- I Shall Taunt You: When he finally gets tired of the Orcus on His Throne approach and fights the Rangers, he spends a good deal of the fight taunting them whilst kicking their collective asses.
- Large Ham: In true tradition of Power Rangers villains.
- Orcus on His Throne: Lazily sits in his spaceship all day sending aliens to attack Earth.
- Unwitting Pawn: Zigzagged. He does know that he's not the greatest threat around, that being the Armada, and Vrak is very open about his royal heritage from said empire, which would technically mean Malkor outranks him. But what he doesn't know, however, is that Vrak intends to upsurp his position as Warstar's leader to please his father Mavro. The only reason he doesn't find out is because he is destroyed by the rangers throwing him to his ship before Vrak could even come lose to overtaking him.
A mantis themed Insectiod and Admiral Malkor's general. He has the title of "The Mightiest of All Insectoids".
- The Brute: Malkor's main muscle. Also goes with his plans to conquer earth. Where Vrak's are strategic and well thought out, Creepox's is basically 'send powerful monster to crush the heroes' with little training.
- Co-Dragons: With Vrak for the early episodes of Megaforce. Creepox is very much The Brute, however.
- Dies Differently in Adaptation: He's exploded at human size, then revived as a giant and is Killed Off for Real in a Megazord battle. This is the reverse of how it happened in Goseiger.
- Fantastic Racism: Towards humans.
- Famous Last Words: After the Rangers beat him using the Ultra Gosei Great Megazord's Victory Charge...
- Politically Incorrect Villain: Even though he lasted only seven episodes; that was long enough for him to display racism, misogyny, and elitism.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Vrak's Blue.
- Scars Are Forever: Gains one on his chest during his second fight with Troy.
- Social Darwinist: Believes the strong will always crush the weak.
- This Cannot Be!: His reaction to being mortally wounded (for the first time) by Troy.
- Worthy Opponent: Sees Troy this way.
LoogiesGreen foot soliders that are under the Warstar Army. However, the Toxic Mutants and Vrak used them as well.
A blob-like mutant and one of the leaders of the Toxic Mutants.
- Acrofatic: A large blob, but can move really fast.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Goofy and kinda weird-looking, but in his first appearance he easily beats Troy and Emma without taking a single hit.
- Boomerang Bigot: Of sorts; both he and Bluefur are disgusted by the pollution caused by humanity, and wish to punish all mankind for it, despite the fact that they themselves were formed from it.
- Demoted to Dragon: A Meta example, in Goseiger he was the second Big Bad, in Megaforce he's working for Malkor and Vrak, unaware, that they are apart of Vrak's master plan to take over the Earth.
- Lightning Bruiser: He can easily move faster than the Rangers.
- Simple Staff: Carries one with him.
- Villainous Friendship: With Bluefur.
A large, bigfoot-like mutant and one of the leaders of the Toxic Mutants.
- Avenging the Villain: Attempts this after Bigs's death.
- Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti: With a little bit of Oni thrown in for good measure.
- Boomerang Bigot: Like Bigs; see above.
- The Brute: Prefers to smash and bash his problems away, not unlike Creepox.
- Carry a Big Stick: Wields a large twin-headed kanabo (Think a giant club with two studded heads).
- Hair-Trigger Temper: If things don't go his way, he loses his cool quick.
- Meaningful Name: He has blue fur.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: For Creepox. Both are brutes who favor more aggressive approaches.
- Villainous Friendship: With Bigs. In fact, he cares about him so much that he goes berserk when the Rangers kill Bigs.
A powerful robot created by Vrak in his underwater laboratory in order to defeat the Mega Rangers.
- Alas, Poor Villain: The Rangers have nothing but pity for her after Vrak's treatment of her.
- Death Is Cheap: Easily rebuilt by Vrak after the Rangers defeat her in her first appearance. Plus, she can regenerate herself if the damage is small enough (like a severed leg).
- Dragon-in-Chief: Placed in charge of the robots and Vrak's underwater lab while he deals with the Warstar.
- The Evil Genius: Smart enough to easily create fully-functioning robots and rebuild Vrak as a powerful cyborg.
- Hannibal Lecture: Gives one to Robo Knight to try and sway him into joining the robots. It doesn't work.
- Subordinate Excuse: Seems to slowly gain feelings for Vrak, leaving her with one. And then Vrak leaves her to die after she fails to stop the Rangers.]]
- Undying Loyalty: To Vrak.
- You Have Failed Me: Left to die as such by Vrak after being severely damaged beyond repair by the Rangers.
A mechanical being that works for Prince Vekar as an advance scout for The Armada.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: While still a villain, he is nowhere close to the abusive, rule-through-fear sociopath his Sentai counterpart is. He is also genuinely loyal to the Armada.
- Demoted to Extra: In Tensou Sentai Goseiger, Robogog is the leader of the machine faction and Metal Alice's Master. His counterpart in Megaforce appears in the last two episodes as as an emissary for Vrak's family, mainly his brother the Prince (the villains for Super Megaforce) known as The Armada to announce that the invading force is approaching earth.
- Foreshadowing: His main purpose is to foreshadow the arrival of The Armada and, possibly more important, Vrak's brother Prince Vekar.
- No Name Given: He introduces himself, and is only ever referred to, as "a special envoy of the armada" or some other term or phrase to that effect.
The eldest son of Emperor Mavro and the older brother to Vrak. Vekar led the Armada to Earth.
- Adaptational Badass: Much more competent and more of a threat compared to his Sentai counterpart, at least at the start.
- Adaptational Jerkass: He's not as kind to Argus as Warz is to Barizorg (well, barring the whole "having his previous identity removed by brainwashing" bit). Subverted later when he is both sad and angry when he's destroyed.
- Avenging the Villain:
- Decides to kill the Rangers and conquer the Earth to avenge the supposed death of his brother, Vrak... Though considering that he quickly brushed aside the possibility of him being alive, there might be more to this than just avenging Vrak.
- His final battle in the show is after Argus is destroyed.
- Bad Boss: Was okay with turning one of his commanders into a suicide bomber, and didn't even tell the bomber about his plan beforehand.
- Big Bad: Of Super Megaforce, considering he is the Armada's leader, though near the end, he's replaced by Vrak (and later Mavro).
- Deadpan Snarker: Like his brother, he has his moments, such as when talking to the Armada's monsters or when he finally confronts the Rangers in "Samurai Surprise".Vekar: It looks like I must do everything myself. Everyone prepare for immediate deployment! We leave in 5 minutes.
Matacore: For Earth?
Vekar: No, for Mars! Of course, for Earth!
- Dirty Coward: As soon as he's in the slightest bit of danger, he panics, starting with screaming "Not in the Face!!"
- Dragon-in-Chief: For his father, the Emperor.
- Foil: To Vrak, which makes sense since they are brothers. Vekar seems to lack any combat capability that his father and brother possess, while Vrak is a powerful figure capable of fighting evenly with the Rangers. Vekar is much more irrational and crazy, whereas Vrak was composed and methodical. On the other hand, Vekar's plots are much darker and dangerous yet simply effective, compared to Vrak's which were admittedly weak in comparison but were more thought out and strategic.
- Freudian Excuse: "All Hail Prince Vekar" indicates that dear old daddy Mavro favoring his younger brother Vrak over him is where his impulsivness and narcissism came from. Conquering the Earth is a way of proving himself as a worthy heir, and superior to his brother Vrak.
- Greater-Scope Villain: He and his Armada are this for Megaforce, especially in the season's later episodes.
- Interim Villain: When Vrak goes into hiding, Vekar steps up as the Big Bad for at least two-thirds of Super Megaforce. After Vekar is killed, Vrak returns to reclaim the Big Bad mantle.
- Minor Injury Overreaction: He gets winged by the Rangers in "Samurai Surprise", shrieks in pain and immediately orders a retreat. He continues to moan and complain about the serious pain he's in through the next few scenes, even as the "injury" is confirmed to be little worse than a paper cut.
- Narcissist: Positively squees when he sees that the Armada Megazord has his face on the chest.
- Never My Fault: Always blames his failure to kill the Rangers personally on others, usually Damaras.
- Not-So-Harmless Villain: Vekar is spoiled, cowardly and lazy, not to mention the Rangers barely consider him a threat, so it's easy to forget he conquered many worlds for the Armada, including Orion's world. Also, in the second episode of Super Megaforce, he wanted to have missiles launched at several major cities.
- In his last episode, he fights the rangers in a new Megazord, which gave them a good beating.
- No Body Left Behind: Subverted, he leaves a corpse when he's killed in the destruction of his Megazord which Damaras recovers.
- Psychopathic Manchild: Is crazy enough to lay waste to any planet in the way of his Armada and destroy major cities on the Earth, but also throws tantrums whenever he doesn't get his way.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: He is rash, impulsive, and arrogant compared to Vrak's cool, collected, and cunning demeanor.
- This Cannot Be!: Aside from the usual plan failing, his last words apply the most.Prince Vekar: Impossible! No, no, no! This can't be happening! This was supposed to be MY big moment! Not yours!
- The Unfavorite: Despite being the heir, Vekar is overshadowed by his younger brother Vrak. His father even calls him a blundering fool compared to Vrak.
- Villainous Breakdown: When the Rangers take the fight to the Armada in episode 2, he absolutely flips out. This continues for the rest of the series.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: When an Elite Guard member shows up and implies that Vekar's father is disappointed in him, Vekar sets out to prove him wrong.
Prince Vekar's second in command.
- The Dragon: To Prince Vekar. He serves as his War Advisor and top General.
- Play-Along Prisoner: When Mavro arrests him for his failure he doesn't fight back out of loyalty. But the moment he's given a chance to redeem himself, he proceeds to effortlessly destroy both his handcuffs and the ''entire cell'' he was kept in, which even Redker admits is impressive.Damaras: Do you know who you're talking to!? No cage can hold me! All that kept me here was my allegiance to the emperor.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: He goes on one of these after Vekar and Vrak are killed.
- World's Best Warrior: According to both Orion and himself, he's the strongest warrior in the galaxy. It shows in his first outing, where he defeated the Rangers singlehandedly, leaving all but Jake bedridden/kidnapped.
The Armada's thermographic scientist. She was also responsible for using the Maximizer to regrow fallen commanders.
- Abhorrent Admirer: For Jake when she drank a love potion meant to make her fall for the monster of the week. Thankfully, it wore off at the end of the episode.
- The Dark Chick: The sole female among the Armada's leading generals.
- Evil Genius: The Armada's technical genius and strategist.
- Make My Monster Grow: Enlarges the Armada's fallen monsters with a machine she designed. It's also mentioned to be more effective than Vrak's Zombats were and is capable of enlarging several monsters at once. Averted with Levira herself; she pilots a giant robot at first, then fights the heroes on the ground. After being fatally injured, she begs to be enlarged so she can fight again, but Mavro and Redker just ignore her and let her die.
- Pet the Dog: Despite being evil, she showed genuine sympathy to Vekar when talking about the now assumed to be deceased Prince Vrak and even said that they could search for any possibility that he is alive.
A cyborg villain-general who serves as the personal bodyguard to Prince Vekar.
- Adaptational Villainy: Because Barizorg's former friend turned Brainwashed and Crazy soldier plot was not put in for Super Megaforce, Argus is not at all sympathetic and is more of a jerk to those he's fighting.
- The Brute: He is Prince Vekar's bodyguard and the Armada's strongest swordsman.
- The Comically Serious: Especially serves this purpose when Vekar is having a fit.
- Demoted to Extra: Argus's Sentai counterpart, Barizog, was previously a human named Sid Bamick, who was the friend of Joe Gibken, Noah's sentai counterpart, prior to being Brainwashed and Crazy. Their rivalry stemmed from the fact that Joe desperately wanted to bring Sid back to normal, whereas Argus...has no such history (either with Noah or any of the rangers), and his rivalry with Noah has no real reason as to why it exists.
- Irony: He only has one eye, but is given the name of a multi-eyed creature.
- Literal-Minded: When Vekar made a comment about numbers playing a role in the invasion, Argus started counting.
- Master Swordsman: Is the Armada's strongest swordsman besides Damaras, capable of almost killing a member of the Elite Guard on his own, something that took an entire team of Rangers to do.
- The Quiet One: Doesn't speak much.
- Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: Named after the Greek giant with a hundred eyes that served the goddess Hera.
- The Stoic: Always calm and barely expresses emotion, even when dealing with the Prince's tantrums.
- Yes-Man: To Vekar. He was very likely programmed to be one. He even retains Barizorg's "Yes, boss"!
The Kraken-themed emperor/leader of the Armada, and father to Prince Vekar and Vrak. After his son's death, he came to Earth himself and took over the invasion fleet.
- Badass Boast:
- "Is that supposed to frighten me? You two are so pathetic I don't even need to stand to defeat you!"
- Later in the extended version "I've survived far worse than that pathetic attempt! Hundreds of worlds, countless enemies have fallen before me! And now you will be added to the list of the defeated and forgotten!" For the record, said pathetic attempt involved being impaled, severely electrocuted, hit with a double Finishing Move, and being in his ship when it exploded.
- Badass in Charge: The Emperor and the most powerful villain in the series, even tanking two shots of the rangers' finishing move.
- Big Bad: He becomes this after both of his sons are destroyed. Plus, he's the true leader of the Armada.
- The Brute: In the Extended Version of his last battle against the Rangers, he proves himself to have incredible durability and brute strength of his own to withstand many an attack from the Rangers in Super Mode, something neither Vekar nor Vrak (the latter of whom only had strength from powers he stole) could ever have mustered.
- Decapitated Army: Subverted. Killing him is the first nail in the Armada's coffin, but their army still makes one Last Villain Stand and needs to be annihilated by the combined forces of every Ranger team.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite ruling a genocidal empire and not thinking highly of the latter as a warrior, he still seems to care about Vrak and Vekar.
- Evil Overlooker: His eyes loom over all of the rangers in the entire franchise in the official poster of Super Megaforce.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He has a suitably menacing, booming voice.
- Greater-Scope Villain: He's the father of Vrak and Vekar and is the true leader of the Armada. However, he's too busy running his empire and attacking other planets to deal with Earth. He makes his first appearance in a flashback during "All Hail Prince Vekar" and is only involved in the final three episodes after his sons are defeated.
- Hate Sink: Despite his (possible) care for his sons, him driving Prince Vekar to destroy Andresia and kill Orion's people (not to mention his family), and his treatment towards Damaras and Levira— It's clear that he was written to be this, maybe even more than Vrak.
- Is That the Best You Can Do?: In the Extended Cut, this is his reaction to his Rasputinian Death in the original cut, essentially boasting 'I've survived far worse than that pathetic attempt!'
- Might Makes Right: His statements in the Final Battle implies he's a firm believer in this, and believe his power allows him to do anything he wants.Mavro: Power is destiny! And yours is to lose!
- Nerves of Steel: His reaction in the extended cut to tanking a double Finishing Move, being electrocuted, and then going down with his ship in a massive explosion is to basically shrug it off and say 'I've survived far worse than that pathetic attempt!'
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: Has none of his sons' restraint and goes all out to conquer Earth.
- Obviously Evil: Whereas his sons had humanoid forms that were at least pleasant-looking, Mavro himself looks like a cross between a cyborg and a demon.
- Oh, Crap!: Has one when he realizes Troy and Orion weren't aiming at him but the console in front of him, resulting in him getting a face full of sparks that blinds him and sets up his destruction.
- Orcus on His Throne: He spends most of his screentime lounging in his throne while delegating minions to do the grunt work. This gets taken to a humorous/awesome extreme where he deems Troy and Orion so beneath his attention, he proceeds to kick both of their asses, while still sitting in his chair.
- Parental Favoritism: Mavro favors his younger son Vrak over his older son and heir Vekar. And with good reason since Vrak is clearly much more powerful and competent than Vekar. Also, Vrak is a Magnificent Bastard who's more than capable of working on his own for his Royal Family (although relying on others' powers to win), while Vekar is a Psychopathic Manchild who has to be constantly supervised by his own henchmen when leading an invasion. The favoritism does play both ways however because no matter how much Vrak earns his father's favor, he cannot inherit the family throne because it is Vekar's birthright as the older son. This has led Vrak to resent his brother, hinting an off-screen sibling rivalry between the two princes.
- Rasputinian Death: Not nearly as big of one as his Japanese self, but still counts. He has a control console explode in his face, is then impaled and driven into the main console of the ship, resulting in a malfunction that electrocutes him (given this also causes several large explosions throughout the ship, that was probably a lot of electricity), and finally shot with a double Finishing Move, causing said console to explode. And if somehow he survived all of that, he died when his ship exploded with him inside it. The extended edition adds in the same land battle that Ackdos Gill went through, minus the pre-Zyuranger teams: he takes several combination attacks from past Ranger teams, Orion's Gold Mode finisher, an attack by all six Rangers in Super Modes and a new team energy slash finisher, followed by a point-blank shot from the Super Mega Cannon to finally end him.
- Super Toughness: See Rasputinian Death. In the Extended Version, when he returns after his ship explodes, his reaction is basically to say 'I've survived worse.'
RedkerA stonefish-themed royal guard, and Emperor Mavro's second-in-command alongside Yellzor
- Demoted to Extra: He has a lesser amount of episode appearances than Dyrandoh
- Famous Last Words: "No! Emperor, forgive me!"
- Pet the Dog: He seems just as upset as his boss that Prince Vekar is killed.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Being a cocky arrogant brute who faithfully serves his leader makes him somewhat the Armada's version of Creepox.
- Undying Loyalty: He is this to Emperor Mavro.
X-BorgBasic foot soldiers of the Armada.
- Mooks: The foot soldiers of the Armada, and for Megaforce's second season.
- Swiss Army Weapon: Their club weapons are capable of firing projectiles.
BruisersElite foot soldiers of the Armada.
- Arm Cannon: They each wield dual-energy cannons in their arms.
- Elite Mooks: Towards the X-Borgs.
- Shapeshifting: They can change into motorcycles or jet fighters.
- Adapted Out: Because of cramming two sentai seasons' worth of material into one 42 episode season, a huge chunk of Goseiger monsters were left out.
- From the Warstar Army: Abauta of the Research, Fandaho of Nonsense, Kurasuniigo of 5000°C, Powereddark of the Mutation, Targate of the Satellite, Yokubabanger of the Electric Shock, and Yuzeikusu of the Ice & Snow were cut.
- From the Yuumajuu group: Jogon of the Ningyo, Pikarime of the Shakōkidogū, and Sarawareteiru of the Fairy were cut.
- From the Mantrintis Empire: Adoborute-G of the Vital, Bakutofūji-ER of the Timer, Bazaruso-LJ of the Scan, Saroge-DT of the Imitation, and Zuteru-S of the Mach were cut.
- Namono-Gatari of the Ortaurus Headder is the only Dark Headder not to be adapted.
- Big "NO!": His final words.
- Dishing Out Dirt: He can suck up rubble into his stomach grinder, which creates rocks used to attack opponents. He can also suck up rubble to create a massive boulder to crush his foes with by rolling over them.
- Playing with Fire: Can unleash large, blue-colored fireballs from his hands.
- Wolverine Claws: Wields large gauntlet claws on his arms for combat.
- Composite Character: His scientist personality was from Abauta of the Research, an unused Goseiger monster.
- Famous Last Words: "I don't like this card game!"
- Shapeshifting: He can turn himself into a UFO. He can also detach himself into five smaller UFOs.
- Big "NO!": His final words.
- Epic Flail: His left arm is a wrecking ball.
- Made of Iron: His entire shell is durable enough to withstand even the Gosei Great Megazord's Mega Strike.
- Playing with Fire: Can launch orange-colored slime-like fireballs from his mouth located on his chest.
- Viral Transformation: By sneezing, he can releases a virus from his mouth that can turn people into Loogies. However, the virus will be removed if he is destroyed.
- Famous Last Words: "Well, I had a good run. Ahhhhhhhhhh!"
- Super Speed: He is the fastest of the Insectoids, which he can utilize for both offense and defense. The only way the Rangers could detect him was to feel the air current on the ground, and unlock the Land Brother Zords in the Megazord battle.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Has arm mounted blades on both of her arms that aids her in combat.
- Bowdlerization: Her breasts were heavily recolored to match her costume (blue instead of red).
- Famous Last Words: "The insects will conquer the world! Ahhhhhhhhhhh!"
- Whip It Good: Can unleash blue colored energy whips to strike her enemies, or to wrap them.
- Deadly Disc: Can fire power chords from his wrist launchers.
- Dreadful Musician: His playing is so bad, he can cause humans physical pain. Although, only Mr. Burley and Ernie enjoy the music.
- Famous Last Words: "Aah! Everyones a critic!"
- The Bus Came Back: Was briefly revived during Ultra Power thanks to Distractor.
- Dig Attack: Being pill bug themes, he can submerge into the Earth and attack the Rangers.
- Famous Last Words: "Can we talk? Ahhhh!"
- One-Winged Angel: His giant form is a Limo Form.
- An Axe to Grind: Wields one during Ultra Power.
- The Bus Came Back: Was briefly revived during Ultra Power thanks to Distractor.
- Famous Last Words: "All that sizzle, just to end with a fizzle."
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Wields blades on both arms to battle.
- Famous Last Words: "No! I guess I bit off more than I can chew!"
- Playing with Fire: Can shoot out fireballs, which have homing properties.
- Use Your Head: Can headbutt his opponents.
- Whip It Good: Can use his tongue for this.
- Famous Last Words: "This can't be! My phantom army is getting toast! Aaah!"
- Master of Illusion: He could originally possesses the ability to cast illusions of Toxic Mutants to confuse and distract his foes, which could not be hurt. But after getting empowered by the Wild Sword, he could summon corporeal versions of his creations.
- Meaningful Name: His name is based on the word distraction, suitable for his role as the distraction.
- Wolverine Claws: Can extend his claws into blades for combat.
- Flat Character: Only appeared in Ultra Power as part of Distractor's illusions.
- Double Weapon: Wields a double-bladed fish sword.
- Flat Character: Only appeared in Ultra Power as part of Distractor's illusions.
- Flat Character: Only appeared in Ultra Power as part of Distractor's illusions.
- Flat Character: Only appeared in Ultra Power as part of Distractor's illusions.
- Knife Nut: Wields a knife-shaped blade for combat.
- Blow You Away: His main ability, capable of creating winds that can counter the Red and Pink Rangers Twist Tornado combine attack.
- Famous Last Words: "This isn't funny!"
- Gasshole: Once farted in battle, causing Troy to laugh in response and get captured."Ha! Fart Jokes never fail!"
- Dream Eater: He can not only consume a sleeping person's dreams, but doing so will make them grow Roots of Despair that will rot the Earth and trap them in his Dream World.
- Famous Last Words: "Is it my caliente in here, or is it just me? I guess it's just me! Aah!"
- Improbable Weapon User: He gained a fork after he gets empowered by the Aurora Box.
- Famous Last Words: "Unhappy Halloween!"
- Strong Family Resemblance: He looks exactly like his cousin Gremlin.
- An Axe to Grind: The Robox DX has a double-edged version on his right arm.
- Arm Cannon: Each model has one equipped with a Nether Beam.
- Came Back Strong: After his initial destruction, Metal Alice upgraded him into Rotox DX.
- Degraded Boss: When Rotox reappeared in End Game, he was in a group of three (the Water Rotox Army) that looked like Elite Mooks for Vrak's final attack.
- Famous Last Words: "Metal Alice will defeat you!" (Robox DX)
- Power Pincers: The later models had claws on them, with Rotox DX using his to catch and dissipated the Megaforce Blaster Dynamic Victory charge
- Ramming Always Works: Can retract his limbs, turning him into a wheel that will rush at his enemies.
- The Voiceless: None of the Water Rotox Army spoke despite having Mark Wright credited.
Rico the Robot
- Arm Cannon: Has one in his warrior mode.
- Fun with Acronyms: His name came from Metal Alice calling him "Robot One-C-Zero", so Emma shortened it to 'Rico'.
- One-Winged Angel: Was forcibly converted into a warrior-like version of himself by Metal Alice.
- The Power of Friendship: His memories of playing with the Rangers helped him fight off Metal Alice's control over him.
- Spared by the Adaptation: His Goseiger counterpart was destroyed.
- What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Is a robot, but gains emotions similar to a human and doesn't want to be evil.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He is never seen, heard from, or referenced after his debut episode.
- Adapted Out: As with the first season, the second season cut out a huge chunk of Goikaiger monsters.
- Barbaric Officer Chirakashizky, Bibaboo, Great Scientist Zaien, Juju, Kiaido, Nanonanoda, Salamandam, Sandaaru Jr., Satarakura Jr., Senden, Sneak Brothers, Vannain, Yokubarido, Zaggai, and Zakyura were not adapted.
- Basco and Sally are the only antagonists from Gokaiger that were not adapted. As a result, none of the Pseudo-Lifeforms were adapted.
- Demoted to Extra: Headridge's Gokaiger counterpart had his own episode, but here, he shared it with Tentacus.
- Famous Last Words: "I say you're having an identity crisis. It doesn't matter who you are, this ends now!"
- Macross Missile Massacre: Can fire missiles from the turbine-like things protruding on his shoulders.
- Big "WHAT?!": Yells this out when the last of his Bruisers are destroyed, which double as his Famous Last Words.
- Demoted to Extra: Tentacus's Gokaiger counterpart had his own episode, but here, he shared it with Headridge.
- Shout-Out: His design is one to Vilgax from Ben 10.
- Adaptational Nationality: He was originally an Alienizer note in Gokaiger, but was made into an Armada commander in Power Rangers
- Gatling Good: Wields blasters with this property.
- Mythology Gag: Design-wise, he's similar to something Emperor Gruumm would have hired.
- Famous Last Words: "No! This can't be!"
- Master Swordsman: The best swordmaster of the Armada, with his signature move being the Blade of Infinity. After some modifications by Levira, he can perform the Infinite Octo Blade.
- Noble Demon: Played with. He has a code of honor and will fight one on one, but when he's close to losing, he is not above cheating.
- Straw Misogynist: He deems the female Rangers inferior.
- This Cannot Be!: His final words.
- Detachment Combat: Can detach his cybernetic claw hand for battle.
- Famous Last Words: "This isnt over!"
- Attack Reflector: With his sword, he can reflect energy attacks.
- Big "WHAT?!": His reaction to the Legendary Samurai Megazord, which were also his final words.
- BFS: Wields a big sword for combat.
- Wake-Up Call Boss: The first monster of the Armada to make the Rangers struggle. Considering he's a member of the Elite Guard, this isn't surprising.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Has this attitude.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: He is skilled in cosmic kung-fu.
- Famous Last Words: "This isn't good."
- Magnetism Manipulation: He can create a magnetic field to attract the Ranger's weapons. Per Troy's suggestion in the rematch, he, Noah, and Gia simply grab hold of their weapons the second time around.
- Attack Its Weakpoint: By complete accident, Jake discovered that the plus-sign-shaped button at the back deactivates the collar. Afterwards, Levira reinforced the weak point with a device, but it turned out to be a bomb.
- Barrier Warrior: He wears a collar that emits a force field that was impervious to attacks.
- Famous Last Words: "Huh?"
- Suicide Attack: A unintentional example. Gorgax's device had it explode on him and the Rangers when struck as punishment by Prince Vekar. Fortunately, the new Silver Ranger found out quickly and was able to remove the collar without killing people.
- Dub Name Change: Subverted. He keeps his original Goikaiger name.
- Famous Last Words: "Time for you to end up like the rest of your people!"
- Breath Weapon: Sirjinkor had the ability, and when empowered with the Powermid, the attack became more powerful.
- Famous Last Words: "Foolish Rangers, you've just sealed your destruction! Look up in the sky!"
- Adaptational Villainy: He did not have a redemption episode like his Gokaiger counterpart.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He disappeared after Love is in the Air.
- Famous Last Words: "Now I won't live happily ever after!"
- Improbable Weapon User: Wields a push broom as a weapon.
- Sizeshifter: He has a dial on his chest that allows him to either shrink down or grow giant-sized. However, Emma damaged it, forcing Levira to use the Maximizer on him in the climax.
- Demoted to Extra: Tranceferer's Gokaiger counterpart had his own episode, but here, he shared it with Turtlelini.
- Famous Last Words: "You think a few spikes is going to stop me?"
- "Freaky Friday" Flip: Has the ability to switch people's souls into other people's bodies.
- Meaningful Name: A monster who can switch people's souls is called Tranceferer? Of course.
- Demoted to Extra: Turtlelini's Gokaiger counterpart had his own episode, but here, he shared it with Tranceferer.
- Dies Differently in Adaptation: Unlike his Gokaiger counterpart, he did not grow giant-sized after being struck by the Super Mega Cannon.
- Famous Last Words: "No no no. Not my shell. Why didn't I destroy you whilst I had the chance? You'll pay for this."
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: He wields a hyperdense shell shield that protects him from harm and can shoot energy lightning.
- Punny Name: His name is what happens when you combine turtle with tortellini.
Armada MegazordA robot designed and created by Emperor Mavro as a gift to his son, Prince Vekar.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: It has arm blades on its forearms.
- Fragile Speedster: It can move quickly enough to evade laser attacks.
- The Straight and Arrow Path: It wields a bow and arrow as its main weapon.
- The Worf Effect: Was strong enough to defeat the Legendary Megazord, but lost against the Ultimate Legendary Megazord.
- Attack Reflector: Can redirect energy attacks.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Wields armed mounted blades for combat.
- Famous Last Words: "My mission is complete, master."
- Shapeshifting: Is capable of turning himself into a weapon for Vrak to use.
- Famous Last Words: "Mission accomplished!"
- Shapeshifting: Is capable of turning himself into a weapon for Vrak to use.
- This Is a Drill: True to his name, he has armed mounted drills for combat.
- Arm Cannon: Has one on his left arm.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He only appears in one scene, which was Emperor Mavro's introduction. After that, he's dismissed and never to be seen again.