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    In General
The Mystic Force Rangers
  • Badass Cape: They're badass superheroes like all Power Rangers, and they're the only Ranger team to date to rock capes in their outfits.
  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
    • Last season, the SPD Rangers were from the future (2025 to be exact) that utilized the technology of their time. In this season, the Mystic Force Rangers are from the present and utilize magical powers derived from an ancient magical world.
    • The SPD Rangers were police officers. The Mystic Force Rangers are ordinary civilians drafted into a magical war between good and evil.
    • The SPD team had a male Blue Ranger and a female Yellow Ranger as is often the case in Power Rangers. The Mystic Force team have a female Blue Ranger and a male Yellow Ranger.
  • Super Mode: Later in the season, the core five Rangers are given the Legend Mode by the Tribunal of Magic. In addition to armor, the five gain the Mystic Lion Staffs to create more powerful spells than they could in base form.
  • Transformation Trinket:
    • The main five use Mystic Morphers to become Power Rangers. They are wands disguised as cell phones, and they use the spell "Galwit-Mysto-Ranger" (1-2-3) to morph.
    • To become the White Ranger, Udonna uses her Snow Staff to morph.
    • The Solaris Knight uses the Solar Cell Morpher to morph. It is a cell phone-ticket puncher hybrid Morpher that utilizes a morph spell card to initiate the morph.
  • Unrelated in the Adaptation: Magiranger was another family-themed Sentai where the main five Rangers were siblings, and their mother and father could morph as well. It's played with as, while none of the five are a family overall, Vida and Madison remain sisters, while Nick keeps Udonna and Leanbow as his parents.

    Nick Russell / Red Mystic Ranger
"I don't know about you guys, but I'm feeling the magic."
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Portrayed by: Firass Dirani
Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese dub) othon Metaxas (Greek dub)

Nick was a drifter that came to Briarwood to live with his sister, but on the same day he arrived, he met Udonna and the others, with the former needing their help in defeating the master. Despite not believing in magic initially, Nick eventually accepted it to help his new friends, becoming the Red Mystic Ranger with the element of fire.

His real identity is Bowen, the son of Udonna and Leanbow, but was separated from them during the Great War, only to be found by Phineas and left in the care by his adopted family.

  • Adaptational Jerkass: While most of the Mystic Force characters don't really resemble their Magiranger counterparts very much to begin with, Nick stands out given the number of plot points he traces from Kai's story that take a complete 180 in context. Kai was a good-hearted kid with the temperament of an excited puppy who usually had his heart in the right place and was, at worst, prone to immature behavior befitting his status as a Kid Hero and The Baby of the Bunchnote . Even in the first episode, Kai enthusiastically Jumped at the Call to help his siblings and was only initially held back from transforming because his mother was worried about him still being too young and immature to join the fight, a pretty far cry from Nick's Arbitrary Skepticism.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: In the premiere, he witnesses (among other things) transportation to an alternate dimension, hordes of the undead, and perfectly normal people harnessing the elements... but believing in magic? Pfft. No way.
  • Badass Biker: Introduced riding into town on a bike and the first to volunteer to go into the haunted woods.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Towards the end of the series, the Master corrupts Nick and turns him into the new Koragg, but Leanbow soon snaps him out of it.
  • The Chosen One: "The Light". He's this because his parents are the greatest mage and warrior of their generation.
  • Composite Character: While he has Kai's position as the Red in Magiranger and follows his family-related plot points, in terms of personality and temperament, he's actually closer to Tsubasa's cynicism and abrasiveness (likewise, Chip's personality is closer to Kai's).
  • The Corruptible: He gets corrupted into the new Koragg courtesy of the Master in the first part of "Mystic Fate".
  • The Drifter: He was one pre-series; rode in on his Cool Bike. There are hints in the story that imply that his prickly personality stems from this.
  • Eye Colour Change: When he is corrupted by the Master, his eye color changes to a glowing purple.
  • Friendless Background: His adoptive parents are stuck working overseas, so Nick was left regularly going from one relative's home to the next. As he says, before coming to Briarwood, he never stuck around anywhere long enough to make new friends.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: His eyes glow purple when he becomes the new Koragg.
  • Happily Adopted: Nick has nothing but good things to say about his adoptive parents despite them often working overseas and doesn't forget them after finding his biological parents.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: His Magistaff can turn into a sword.
  • Heroic BSoD: He goes through a brief one in the Darkest Hour after the Rangers get sent to a Bad Future and are utterly defeated by the Master.
  • Hot-Blooded: He is very quick to anger. Even Koragg said he must control his emotions in their last battle.
  • "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: In the first half of the Grand Finale, Leanbow is forced to fight Nick when the latter gets corrupted by the Master.
  • I Was Just Passing Through: Inverted, he really was "just passing through" and the only one who wanted to help.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He is probably one of the most hot-headed, harshest Red Rangers in the entire franchise. However, he stills cares much about his friends and family and will sacrifice himself to save them.
  • Jumped at the Call: Much as he tried to walk away from being a Ranger, he was the first one to volunteer to help a seemingly old man (really Udonna in disguise) begging for help. It's how Udonna knew Nick was destined to lead the Rangers, even if he doesn't think he can.
  • The Leader: He leads the Rangers, and they respect his opinion and rely on his leadership.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: Other than being the center of the show, he gets a Cool Bike, his own Megazord configuration, and the usual Battlizer.
  • Matchstick Weapon: He can shoot fire through his Magic Wand or Super Mode exclusive Magic Staff.
  • Personality Powers: Nick is hot-headed and impulsive, which reflects his ranger element, fire.
  • The Phoenix: His Mystic Titan form is based on the Phoenix. It also reflects his Mystic Firebird.
  • Playing with Fire: His element is fire.
  • The Protagonist: Nick is the main focal character of Mystic Force.
  • Refusal of the Call: Doesn't like the fact that he's "the Light", and wasn't fond of being a Ranger either.
  • Rookie Red Ranger: An earthquake puts a crack in the Gates Of The Underworld and is chosen by the sorceress, Udonna, to become the Red Mystic Ranger.
  • Secret Legacy: He's Koragg/Leanbow and Udonna's son, Bowen.
  • Ship Tease: With Madison.
  • Super Mode: Gains Mystic Legend alongside the other Rangers, but also gains Dragon Fire mode near the end of the season.
  • Two First Names: Both Nick and Russell could be his first name.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: In the finale, Nick is called out by his teammates when he decides to give up, after being Curb Stomped by the Master and watching his dad's murder. It didn't help that they had to pry it out of him since, when asked, he didn't even bother to give them a clear answer.
  • Worthy Opponent: To Koragg. Koragg's final battle prior to making a permanent Heel–Face Turn to become Leanbow once more was with him, and he calls him this word-for-word.

    Chip Thorn / Yellow Mystic Ranger 

Charlie "Chip" Thorn / Yellow Mystic Ranger
"A parallel dimension outside of Briarwood? Do we live in a great city or what?"
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Portrayed by: Nic Sampson
Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese dub) chairs Grigoropoulos (Greek dub)

Chip was a big superhero fan and was first seen working at Rock Porium. When Udonna asked the five teens for help against the Master and the Morlocks, he accepted the belief in magic and became the Yellow Mystic Ranger with the element of lightning.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Tsubasa was The Snark Knight and probably the most acerbic of the Ozu siblings, a pretty sharp contrast against Chip's Fun Personified.
  • Ascended Fanboy:
    • He's read every book and comic, and played every video game in the superhero genre.
    • He's also a knight in training.
  • Automatic Crossbow: His Magistaff can change into this.
  • Badass Bookworm: Admit it, he doesn't look like he'd be the first to lay the smackdown on mooks, being a scrawny looking geek, but he quickly took to being a Ranger.
  • The Cassandra: A one-time example, but when Necrolai turns Vida into a vampire, Chip can't convince the other Rangers of this until they see it for themselves.
  • Composite Character: He's the analogue to Tsubasa, but in terms of personality he's much more like Magiranger's original Red Ranger Kai, who was more of an affectionate Keet in contrast to the more cynical Tsubasa.
  • Fun Personified: Chip is the most comic-heavy of the Rangers and the one bringing in the most comic relief.
  • Genre Savvy: He's a major fantasy nerd. Thus, he's the only one not fooled by Vida's vampire transformation or shapeshifters with gifts, or other dangers. Though there was that one Idiot Ball where he opened a mysterious vase that appeared out of nowhere.
  • Jumped at the Call: In complete contrast to Nick, he instantly took up on becoming a Ranger when given the offer.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Driven, noble, dedicated, and wears an "armor" when fighting for right. He might be a bit dorky, but he's still quite the shining example of being a ranger as well.
  • Noble Bird of Prey: His Mystic Titan form is based on the Garuda (aka a thunderbird).
  • Personality Powers: Chip is quick and bright, with lots of positive energy. He's perfect for his job as the Yellow Ranger of lightning.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Chip always has a joke, or is the butt of one.
  • Primary-Color Champion: He is chosen by the sorceress, Udonna to become the Yellow Mystic Ranger.
  • Shock and Awe: His element is lightning.
  • The Smart Guy: Due to being Genre Savvy, he has a general idea about magic and what to do about it and how to solve magic problems.
  • Super Mode: Gains Mystic Legend alongside the other Ranger.
  • Thunderbird: His Mystic Titan form is based on a thunderbird.

    Madison Rocca / Blue Mystic Ranger 

Madison Rocca / Blue Mystic Ranger
"This is so unlike me, but...I'm sticking with my sister."
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Portrayed by: Melanie Vallejo
Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu (Japanese dub) Antria Rapti (Greek Dub)

Madison worked at Rock Porium with her sister Vida, with dreams of becoming a video producer. When Udonna asked the five teens for help against the Master and the Morlocks, she accepted the belief in magic and became the Blue Mystic Ranger with the element of water.

  • Action Girl: As the Blue Ranger, she can destroy a monster alone.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Not that Urara wasn't incredibly nice already, but one of the more prominent aspects of her character was that she was the scariest one when angry; she could easily become petty or a Control Freak when pushed past the Rage Breaking Point, and she wouldn't even hestitate to physically attack someone for threatening one of her family members. Meanwhile, Madison is more of a straightforward Nice Girl all the way to the point of being a Shrinking Violet.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul:
    • Her Magiranger counterpart, Urara Ozu, ends up falling in love with and marrying Daggeron's counterpart, Hikaru; here Daggeron is significantly older than her and the two are simply student and mentor, like the other Rangers. Instead she's Nick's love interest here (since they aren't siblings like their Magiranger counterparts).
    • However, it's inverted with Vida, since the two are still sisters here whereas the other members lose their sibling relation.
  • Badass Adorable: She has dorky tendencies and is the most traditionally feminine of the team but she is as strong and capable of wiping out enemies as her teammates.
  • Blue Is Heroic: She is chosen by the sorceress, Udonna to become the Blue Mystic Ranger.
  • Composite Character: She is the blue ranger like Magiranger's Urara, but also is composited with Yamazaki, the love interest of Nick's counterpart, Kai.
  • The Face: Her sister tries to cheer up with her success in talking with others (like Nick and Jenji) and inspiring them etc. It takes some time before that fully settles in for Madison.
  • Making a Splash: Her element is water.
  • Meaningful Name: Her powers are mermaid-based, and Splash was the movie that made Madison into a popular girl's name. Not to mention the whole filmmaker thing...
  • Our Mermaids Are Different: Her Mystic Titan form is based on a mermaid.
  • The Quiet One: Due to shyness.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: With Vida who is more aggressive and tomboyish.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's basically called one by Nick because she's always "hiding behind her camera".
  • Ship Tease: With Nick.
  • Super Mode: Gains Mystic Legend alongside the other Rangers.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Vida's Tomboy. See Sibling Yin-Yang.
  • Water Is Womanly: Madison is the Blue Mystic Ranger with the element of water. She's the kindest and most feminine of the Rangers and gains a Mystic Mermaid form.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's terrified of frogs, due to a prank Vida played on her when they were younger. She eventually gets over it so as to help Daggeron return to his human form.

    Vida Rocca / Pink Mystic Ranger 

Vida Rocca / Pink Mystic Ranger
"I hate pink."
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Portrayed by: Angie Diaz
Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe (Japanese dub) Aigli Kontonikou (Greek Dub)

Vida worked at Rock Porium with her sister Madison, with dreams of becoming a DJ. When Udonna asked the five teens for help against the Master and the Morlocks, she accepted the belief in magic and became the Pink Mystic Ranger with the element of wind.

  • Action Girl: Able and willing to kick ass.
  • Adaptational Badass: Houka was still a Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass, but she was otherwise often irresponsible and flighty; in comparison, Vida's much assertive and aggressive from the get-go.
  • Adaptational Super Power Change: MagiPink specialized in transforming herself via Voluntary Shapeshifting, but this was rarely seen with Vida, presumably due to the Magiranger transformations being seen as too silly, especially given Vida's personality being so different from Houka's. For example, the first fight has Vida blowing away Hidiacs with a wind spell, while Houka blew away Zobils by turning herself into a super-powered table fan. And while Houka made Blob sneeze by turning herself into a pepper-shaker, Vida makes Mucor sneeze by simply summoning some fairy dust.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She has ship-tease moments with Chip. And also agrees with Xander's assesment of Necrolai's human form being "hot". And that is without mentioning the slew of subtext between her and Necrolai in "Stranger Within".
  • Be the Ball: Vida can change her Titan into a soccerball form which the rest of the team can kick at the enemy.
  • The Big Girl: The most aggressive of the team, and shares Xander's position as the most fight-oriented.
  • Big Sister Instinct: It's not explicitly stated which sister is older, but it's never a good idea to threaten (or otherwise belittle) Madison, in her presence. Vida will tear you a new one even if she considers you a friend. She’s also childhood friends with Chip and has defended him from bullies since they were little.
  • Blow You Away: Her element is wind.
  • Composite Character: Although she occupies Houka's position and traces some of her plot points, in many ways she's actually closer to Urara in terms of her infamously ferocious Big Sister Instinct and Mama Bear tendencies of bringing absolute hell down on anyone who threatens her loved ones.
  • Irony: She hates pink, yet ends up becoming the ranger with the very colour she despises. She eventually got used to liking it.
  • Musical Assassin: Vida is the Rock Porium's DJ and she kicks ass as a Power Ranger.
  • Nonconformist Dyed Hair: Downplayed; she always has a colored streak in her hair, until the epilogue where she's dyed her whole head pink. It actually serves a secondary purpose: the streak is always the color of whichever Ranger is in focus in the given episode (or if it's Vida herself, then whoever she's paired up with, like Chip in Stranger Within).
  • Our Fairies Are Different: Her Mystic Titan form is based on a Sprite.
  • Pink Heroine: She is chosen by the sorceress, Udonna to become the Pink Mystic Ranger.
  • Pink Is Feminine: Subverted. Despite being the Pink Ranger, she’s a tomboy.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: With Madison, who is more shy and friendly.
  • Super Mode: Gains Mystic Legend alongside the other Rangers.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tomboy to Madison's Girly Girl. See Sibling Yin-Yang.

    Xander Bly / Green Mystic Ranger 

Xander Bly / Green Mystic Ranger
"How are we gonna defeat pure evil? Our high school hasn't won a football game in, like, six years."
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Portrayed by: Richard Brancatisano
Voiced by: Kosuke Okano (Japanese dub) Stamatis Gardenis (Greek Dub)

Originally from Australia, Xander worked at Rock Porium, although he liked to delegate work to the others. When Udonna asked the five teens for help against the Master and the Morlocks, he accepted the belief in magic and became the Green Mystic Ranger with the elements of both earth and plant.

  • Adapted Out: Magi Green's Rock Armor was not adapted for Xander to use.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Xander's not always the most driven of the Rangers, preferring to find a simpler and less stressful solution to problems. Despite this, it's shown that when he does put the effort in, he's quite effective.
  • The Charmer: Believes himself to be this (charm is "Plan Xander"), with... questionable results.
  • Elemental Powers: He has both earth power and plant power.
  • Emerald Power: He is chosen by the sorceress, Udonna to become the Green Mystic Ranger.
  • The Face: Subverted. He tries to talk things out with monsters (A.K.A "Plan Xander") but it never works. Also, being the store supervisor makes him obnoxious.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: Plan Xander. No matter how many times Xander tries to use it, it never, ever, ever works.
  • Growing Muscles Sequence: The Mystic Muscles Power-Up which is exclusive to him.
  • Hidden Depths: Due to being from Australia in his backstory, he knows what it's like to not fit in, but he also knows how to appreciate the family and friends he has as well.
  • The Lancer: Supervisor but not team leader, so there's friction with Nick; the two clashed early on. He's also the people-oriented slacker to Nick's driven loner.
  • Our Minotaurs Are Different: His Mystic Titan form is based on the Minotaur.
  • Super Mode: Gains Mystic Legend alongside the other Rangers.
  • Weapon Specialization: Xander's primary weapons are axes. His Mystic Staff can transform into an axe, while in the Mystic Minotaur form, an axe is his main weapon.

    Daggeron / Solaris Knight 

Daggeron / Solaris Knight
"Now Nick is going to be beat - I mean, taught by the best."
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Portrayed by: John Tui
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada (Japanese dub) fotis Petridis (Greek Dub)

As an Ancient Mystic, Daggeron was trained by Leanbow but disappeared after the Great War. In reality, he was turned into a frog after sealing Calindor (later Imperious) in a cave. 19 years later, he was freed from the frog curse thanks to Madison, and not only did he become the Rangers' second mentor, but he also joined them in battle as the Solaris Knight.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Hikaru's strong loyalty and good moral character are carried over into Daggeron, but not his tendency to be Too Clever by Half, his smug and playful surface demeanor, nor his occasional issue with pride that'd get him to make some abysmally bad decisions. To put things in perspective, the first things Hikaru did after entering the story were tease a flustered Urara and start freeloading in the Ozu house before they could argue.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: His Magiranger counterpart, Hikaru, ended up having a romance arc with and marrying Urara, Madison's counterpart. Here they don't really have much of a particular relationship beyond their first meeting (which, for some reason, still carries over the Magic Kiss plot point that was originally there to establish Hikaru and Urara's Ship Tease).
  • Cool Train: His Zord is a blue and gold train that can teleport.
  • Demoted to Extra: Hikaru had a comparatively much larger role in Magiranger due to the fact he was the only one who could offer formal magic training to the Ozu siblings, plus the fact he was the most reliable source of information about their father and had an ongoing romance arc with Urara that tied into both of their character arcs. Due to Udonna taking the role as The Mentor, the fact the Rangers here are Unrelated in the Adaptation giving them little connection to Leanbow's backstory, and the Adaptation Relationship Overhaul pairing Madison with Nick instead, Daggeron is mostly relegated to being a combat trainer.
  • Gold-Colored Superiority: He fought in the Great Battle against The Morlock but was turned into a frog and trapped in a cave with Imperious for twenty years. After being kissed by Madison Rocca, Daggeron returns to his human form and resumes his role as the Solaris Knight.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Literally and figuratively; a heroic and noble warrior that wears golden armor.
  • Mage Marksman: His main weapon is a magic genie's lamp-shaped handheld firearm that can shoot bolts of golden energy... and for certain attacks, Jenji.
  • The Mentor: To the other rangers and especially Nick, whose father was his mentor.
  • The Power of the Sun: Solaris Knight
  • Sixth Ranger: He joints the team halfway through the series.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: With his Ancient Mystic Mode he can change to a decidedly less human-looking visage.

    Udonna / White Mystic Ranger 

Udonna / White Mystic Ranger
"Real heroes are born in the face of real danger."
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Portrayed by: Peta Rutter
Voiced by: Jun Karasawa (Japanese dub) Aigli Kontonikou (Greek Dub)

As a powerful sorceress, Udonna fought in the Great War with her husband Leanbow, but lost both him and her son Bowen, believing them to be dead. When the Morlock's reawakened, she sought out five teens to help her. On some occasions, she will fight with them as the White Mystic Ranger with the element of ice.

  • Action Mom: She fought monsters before and after giving birth to Bowen a.k.a Nick.
  • An Ice Person: Ice is her element.
  • Ascended Extra: Her original Magiranger counterpart, Miyuki, was defeated and taken out in the second episode, leaving the Ozu siblings with only a talking plant to serve as the closest thing to a mentor before Hikaru arrived, but here Udonna only loses her powers and is able to stick around as The Mentor.
  • Big Good: She serves the same function to this team as Zordon to the originals; a mentor and parental figure.
  • Broken Bird: The great battle twenty years earlier was won, but lost her husband, son, sister and one of her closest friends.
  • Electric Torture: In "Heir Apparent", she gets tortured by the Master's lightning, only for Koragg to finally remember his past and rescue her.
  • 11th-Hour Ranger: Spends most of the season without her Ranger powers; only getting them back in time for the final battle.
  • Good Wears White: Once Udonna had her Snow Staff back, she was able to transform into the White Ranger and defeat Hekatoid.
  • Lady of War: Has her own ranger transformations, and her fight scenes have a sense of grace the rangers themselves lack.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: gender inverted, of course. She was revealed as Nick's biological mother.
  • The Mentor: After she lost her powers, this was how she helped.
  • Parental Substitute: To Clare, her live-in apprentice. Technically, the girl is her niece.
  • Mama Bear: Figuratively with regards the other rangers, She once performed a Dangerous Forbidden Technique to save the rangers. Quite literally with regards Nick the red ranger as it turns out because Nick is in fact Bowen her flesh and blood son.
  • Team Mom: Cares about The Team and makes soup for them.

The Zords

    Mystic Titans 

Mystic Titans/Mystic Dragon/Titan Megazord

The Mystic Titans are gigantic forms the Rangers take on when fighting giant Monsters. In this form, the Rangers can fight as individuals, form the Mystic Dragon, or form the Titan Megazord.
  • Chess Motif: The cockpit of the Titan Megazord resembles a giant Chess board with the Rangers' using Chess pieces as stations. When the Rangers first enter this cockpit, Madison believes it matches with their strategic fighting style.
  • Combining Mecha: There are two combining formations the Mystic Titans can use.
    • All but the Mystic Phoenix can combine to form the Mystic Dragon.
    • All the Mystic Titans can combine to form the Titan Megazord.
  • Cool Sword: The Titan Megazord wields the Titan Saber, which is made of the personal weapons of the Mystic Phoenix (sword), Mystic Mermaid (trident and back panel) and Mystic Minotaur (axe).
  • Finishing Move:
    • Mystic Titans: After the Mystic Sprite changes into a ball, the Rangers pass it around as it builds up energy, before the Mystic Phoenix kicks it towards the monster at full power to destroy it.
    • Mystic Dragon: Mega Fireball: The Dragon shoots a large ball of fire at the enemy, while the Mystic Phoenix leaps off its back and kicks the fireball towards their opponent, destroying the target.
    • Titan Megazord:
      • Ancient Power, Mystic Spell Seal: The Megazord spins the Titan Saber around in a circle, creating a seal that includes the insignias of all five Rangers circumscribed within. Then, with one slash, the Megazord finishes its opponent.
      • Titans Attack: After the Rangers announce the call of "Titan Megazord, Take Flight!" the Megazord raises its Titan Saber, enabling itself to summon a Mystic Seal in the sky which it then flies through, up above the clouds. Then, the Megazord summons the powers of the Mystic Titans and executes a power dive at its opponent, slashing it with the Titan Saber.
  • Flight: Thanks to the Mystic Garuda forming the back of the Megazord, the Rangers can use its wings to fly.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Another heroic example that has not been seen since the Magna Defender and Torozord situation in Lost Galaxy. By using the Galwit Mysto Prifior spell (125 on the Mystic Morphers), the Rangers can change into the gigantic Mystic Titans.
  • Mythical Motifs: All of the Mystic Titans have a mythical motif thanks to the magic theme of this season
  • Our Dragons Are Different: The Mystic Dragon formation is the result of all but the Mystic Phoenix combining into a gigantic dragon. Afterwards, the Mystic Phoenix can ride on it.

    Solar Streak Zord 

Solar Streak Zord/Solar Streak Megazord

The Solaris Knight's Zord. It is a magic train that transforms into the Solar Streak Megazord.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: It fights with its fists as it lacks a weapon.
  • Chest Blaster: The Solar Streak Megazord can fire a Furnace Blast from its chest.
  • Cool Train: A magic train that transforms into a Megazord.
  • Finishing Move: The Megazord performs a powerful version of the Furnace Blast by firing a massive yellow colored energy beam, pulling a monster inside its chest and burning them with the fires in the furnace until they explode.
  • Transforming Mecha: The Solar Streak Zord is a complete train set that transforms into a Megazord.

    Legend Zords 

Legend Zords/Manticore Megazord

The Legend Zords are the second set the Rangers use while in Legend Mode. They combine to form the Manticore Megazord.
  • Animal Mecha: The Legend Zords are a pair of animal themed Zords the Rangers transform into.
  • Chess Motif: Like the Titan Megazord, the Manticore Megazord's cockpit is a giant chess board.
  • Chest Blaster: The Megazord can fire lasers from the eyes of the Mystic Lion.
  • Combining Mecha: A duo of Legend Zords that form the Manticore Megazord.
  • Finishing Move: Legend Striker Spin Attack: The Megazord charges the Legend Striker with fire made from its wings, and fires a flame blast at the monster.
  • Killed Off for Real: It was destroyed by Octomus in the finale.
  • Playing with Fire: The Mystic Firebird, and by extension the Manticore Megazord, can control fire to the point of throwing a giant fireball.
  • Wolverine Claws: In some battles, the Megazord can switch its hands to use the lion claws.



A Unicorn themed Zord that is capable of traveling through dimensions. When combined with the Mystic Phoenix, she forms the Phoenix Unizord.
  • Combining Mecha: As stated above, Brightstar can combine with the Mystic Phoenix to form the Phoenix Unizord.
  • Demoted to Extra: In Magiranger, Unigolon appeared in the summer movie along with a single episode. Here, Brightstar appears in one episode.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Brightstar has the ability to travel through different dimensions.
  • Double Weapon: The Phoenix Unizord wields a Unicorn Staff as its main weapon.
  • Finishing Move: Final Strike: The Phoenix Unizord leaps high into the sky and thrusts the Unicorn Staff at the targeted enemy with full force.
  • Good Counterpart: The white Unicorn Zord of good to Catastros, the black Horse Zord of evil.
  • Light Is Good: An all white Unicorn Zord on the side of good.
  • Unicorn: A Unicorn themed Zord.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Brightstar's last appearance was getting knocked out by the Centaurus Wolf Megazord in a double knock out. Nothing else is known about what happened to her.


    Clare Langtree 

Clare Langtree
"I just don't know why the Xenotome showed five warriors, not four. Maybe I'm the fifth warrior. Hyah!"
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Portrayed by: Antonia Prebble
Voiced by: Ayahi Takagaki (Japanese dub) Antria Rapti (Greek Dub)

Udonna's niece and apprentice. Her mother was the original Gatekeeper, and she once inherited the powers when the Morloks threatened to raise the gates up.

  • The Apprentice: Udonna's. She's promoted to full sorceress by the end.
  • Barrier Maiden: It's up to her to keep the gate to the underworld closed; she's also the key to opening it.
  • Barrier Warrior: She could use her staff to conjure up barriers in battle as well.
  • Book Ends: In her first appearance, she has a lot of difficulty with an invisibility spell. At the end of the season, she effortlessly performs it successfully.
  • Butt-Monkey: When her spells malfunction, which is often, it's funny.
  • Character Development: In a series where a lot of the characters don't change that much, Clare had the clearest character arc, going from the clumsy girl who turned herself into a sheep all the way into the next guardian of Rootcore when Udonna takes a leave of absence at the end of the series.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Her spells malfunctioning only adds to her mundane clumsiness and makes her more endearing.
  • Generation Xerox: She worries about living up to her mother's legacy, but Udonna tells her that Niella didn't start out as some powerful sorceress. Niella suffered all kinds of spell malfunctions when she was the same age as Clare; she even blew up their cottage multiple times.
  • Inept Mage: Repeat, her spells malfunction often.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: Yes! In her Gatekeeper Mode, she kicks ass gracefully!
  • The Klutz: Spells aren't the only things that trip her up.
  • Legacy Character: To her mother as Gatekeeper and the Shining Moon Warrior.
  • Lunacy: Her Gatekeeper powers are tied to the moon.
  • Magic Staff: Wielded one as the Gatekeeper, and could fire energy blasts and restraining energy ropes at a target.
  • Magical Girl: Her transformation into the Gatekeeper touches on this trope far more than the standard Sentai style.
  • Meaningful Name: Clair de lune means "moonlight" in French.
  • Missing Mom: Her mother Niella died sealing away the forces of darkness during the Great Battle.
  • Parental Substitute: To Fireheart, the last dragon. Claire hatched his egg and Fireheart immediately referred to her as "Momma." Clare is henceforth shown acting like a mother to him, even swaddling the little dragon up in a blanket and playing peek-a-boo.
  • Super Mode: Could assume a giant-sized, Ancient Mystic Mode-style form dubbed the "Shining Moon Warrior" as the Gatekeeper.
  • Super-Powered Alter Ego: She's far competent as the Gatekeeper, but it’s hardly an alter ego as everyone knows her.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Temporarily with her mother's powers as the Gatekeeper, then far more permanently as she grew thanks to her training and growing confidence in herself.


"I'm Phineas. You see, I'm a Troblin. Now, uh, that is the unfortunate result of the union between a troll and a goblin. But both sides hate me."

Portrayed by: Kelson Henderson
Voiced by: Tetsuya Oka (Japanese dub) Stamatis Gardenis (Greek Dub)

A Troblin that wanders the forest alone, and a friend of Nick.

  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite his strange and offputting behaviour, his advice is usually good, and he can definitely kick ass when he has to.
  • Canon Foreigner: He's created exclusively for Mystic Force and has no real counterpart in Magiranger.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Appears to be a pointless funny guy, but he's crucial to Nick's backstory and helps out a number of times.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Usually a silly guy but then he infiltrates the bad guy's Home Base and beats up the guards there.
  • Half-Breed Angst: Phineas introduced himself as a Troblin (half-troll, half-goblin), pointing out that neither side of his family was particularly interested in being near him. Of course, any actual exploration of angst kind of took a backseat to the resurrection of the army of evil monsters bent on destroying the world.
  • Hybrid Monster: Half-troll, half-goblin and not welcome in either group.
  • Leitmotif: Whenever he appears, expect fiddle strings in the background.
  • Parental Substitute: To Fireheart, the last dragon. When Jenji abandoned Fireheart in the woods, Phineas found him and took him in, calling him "PJ". When Fireheart referred to him as "Daddy", Phineas lit up with happiness.
  • Phrase Catcher: "It's only you, Phineas."


"I've got an idea. Let's all run! Okay!

Voiced by: Oliver Driver, Masami Iwasaki (Japanese dub), Charis Grigoropoulos (Greek Dub)

A powerful and quick-talking cat-like genie. He was originally the strongest warrior in his homeland, but after opening an evil magic trap, he was rescued by Daggeron.

  • Adaptational Badass: In Magiranger, the siblings did actually wish for Smoky to defeat Infershia for them, and he did actually start granting that wish... by simply helping them fight, because he didn't have Reality Warper powers or anything and had to work at it the same way everyone else does. "Granting wishes" basically just meant doing services on request to the best of his ability. Meanwhile, Jenji can actually outright warp reality to the point it becomes a major plot point in a three-parter.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Compared to Smoky, Jenji can pass as a saint rather than a jerk most of the time.
  • Finishing Move: Super Cat Attack (he named it in the episode where he takes the Fire Heart Dragon into the forest), used mostly with Daggeron.
  • Genie in a Bottle: He lives in Daggeron's lamp gun and he can grant wishes. Unusual for this trope, he was made into a genie as a treatment for a curse.
  • Heroic Will Power: The time he can spend outside his lamp has a time limit, but he can temporarily extend that time through intense willpower.
  • Literal Genie: Sometimes takes Exact Words interpretation of wishes.
  • Mega Neko: A human-sized anthropomorphic cat.
  • Motor Mouth: His stories just go on and on and on, and when he's talking about anything else it's on and on and on...
  • Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: A humanoid cat genie with wizard-like powers.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: His lamp. He can leave for a few hours at a time (and if not for a curse, could leave permanently any time he wanted), but it is more or less a magic life support machine keeping said curse at bay, so he needs to spend most of his time in it.
  • Sizeshifter: During a fight against Inperious, Jenji grows to the same size as him (considering how he was too big for the Megazord to handle) and works with the Rangers to beat him back.
  • Schmuck Bait: It's just a simple box, it won't do anything except suck him into a black hole. Daggeron tried to warn him.


Toby Slambrook
"Oh, you're here. I was beginning to wonder if you work here or not"

Played by: Barnie Duncan

The owner of the Rock-Porium, where the five main Rangers work.

  • Beleaguered Boss: He would really appreciate it if his employees stopped leaving their post without warning.
  • Benevolent Boss: Even when frustrated, he always treats his employees with respect, and even defends Nick when he's accused of stealing.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He may be filled with quirks, but he's a good, efficient boss at heart.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Tends to display a lot of odd likes and interests, as well as often having his head in the clouds. When the Rangers paint a mural they all find awful, he believes it's beautiful.
  • Hidden Depths: He turns out to be incredibly good at solving puzzles, which comes in handy for the Rangers when face with the Fire Heart chest puzzle.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: For most of the series, at least, he seems to be fully unaware of the fact that his employees are the Power Rangers.

    The Snow Prince 

The Snow Prince
"The Ancient Mystic from the Icy North. I am the royal Snow Prince!"

Voiced by: Paolo Rotondo, Yosuke Ito (Japanese dub)

The mentor to the original Mystic Wizards.

    Leelee Pimvare 

Leelee Pimvare
"Thank you. I hate it here. It's dark and damp. Not to mention getting turned into an insect at everyone's slightest whim."

Portrayed by: Holly Shanahan
Voiced by: Eri Goda (Japanese dub)

A human-vampire woman, and the daughter to Necrolai.

  • All of the Other Reindeer: Once her secret is revealed, the Rangers don't want anything to do with her.
  • Being Evil Sucks: In "The Light", she decided she's not cut out being evil.
  • Canon Foreigner: She's effectively an original character for Mystic Force in practice; at best you could maybe force an interpretation of her being the counterpart to Elegant Gothic Lolita girls Nai and Mea, but they have so little in common that you'd really be stretching it.
  • The Ditz: Flighty, though not stupid.
  • Expy: Sort of one to Nadira. Since she's the daughter of a villain and makes a Heel–Face Turn.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Despite renouncing evil, she's still occasionally rude. Mostly the result of being fed up of everyone not trusting her.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Of course, she wasn't that evil to start with, but she does become nicer.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: She's far more interested in this than, say, conquering the world. After the Rangers learn who she really is, she has a heck of a hill to climb.
  • Love Redeems: Though she was Heel-Face Turning on her own, Phineas pushed her over the edge.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: Initially she was bitchy and stuck up and caused mundane trouble for the Rangers. Then she showed a sweeter side to her personality.
  • Meaningful Name: Her last name is a Significant Anagram of "vampire," which Leelee Lampshades near the end of the season.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: Before her Heel–Face Turn, Leelee has a few moments of this. She calls her mother "cold" for sacrificing several Mooks to test a cave for booby traps and asks if the Rangers will be okay as Imperious is casting a dangerous spell on them after they're taken prisoner.
  • Noble Demon: Despite initial identification as evil she only committed one deed in the series that can be called "evil" and that was trying to get Nick fired. When asked if she was good or evil she replied, "A little bit of both".
  • Reformed, but Rejected: For a little while after her Heel–Face Turn the Rangers distrusted her. Doesn't help that she had been such a bitch to them before, although their reactions toward her tend to border on Disproportionate Retribution.. She gets better, as the Rangers eventually accept her as their friend after she helps Clare and Phineas rescue Udonna from Hekatoid.
  • "Well Done, Daughter!" Gal

    Mystic Mother 

Mystic Mother/Rita Repulsa

Portrayed by: Machiko Soga
Voiced by: Susan Brady, Toshiko Sawada (Japanese dub)

The Empress of Good Magic and leader of the Mystic Ones. she was originally Rita Repulsa, the evil space witch until she was purified by Zordon's Z-Wave.

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    The Oracle 

The Oracle

Played by: John Brazier
A light-aligned mystical seer who is kidnapped by Necrolai and Morticon.
  • Combo Platter Powers: He is a seer who can also shapeshift and teleport.
  • Friend to All Children: He's seen happily handing out balloons to little kids and only agrees to provide a prophecy to Necrolai to save them from danger.
  • King Incognito: He is a powerful and authoritative member of the magical community who spends his days selling balloons on the streets of Briarwood and tries to act like a confused Muggle when he’s face to face with Morticon.
  • Story-Breaker Power: His ability to tell either the heroes or the villains anything they want to know probably explains why he only appears in one episode and never resurfaces after escaping from Necrolai.
  • One-Shot Character: He only appears in two scenes of "The Gatekeeper Part 1."
  • Third Eye: He has an additional eye in the palm of his hand.
  • Wizard Beard: He has magical visions and a beard that's several inches long.

    The Tribunal of Magic 

Tribunal of Magic

Played by: Michael Morrissey (Red Tribunal), Stuart Devenie (Black Tribunal), Elizabeth McRae *White Tribunal)
Beings who govern the magical world. They have a very hands-off approach, but hear out the Mystic Rangers when the team visits them in an effort to reverse an evil wish.

    Niella the Gatekeeper 


Played by: Antonia Prebble
Udonna's sister and Clare's mother. She was a sorceress with the ability to open and close the gates to the underworld, and committed a Heroic Sacrifice during the first war against The Master.
  • Generation Xerox: Her daughter Clare is her spitting image and has the same powers as her. Udonna comments that Niella was also a Cute Clumsy Girl before mastering her powers.
  • Long-Dead Badass: Niella has been dead for about twenty years but is still renowned as an extraordinary powerful magic user who ensured the defeat of Morticon and the Master at the cost of her own life.

    The Mystic Wizards 

Mystic Wizards

Played by: Four extras
Four wizards who fought alongside Leabow during the war against the master.
  • Ambiguous Gender: The pink wizard is female and the green and yellow ones are male, but the blue one is never seen clearly enough and has long hair but some masculine features.
  • Precursor Heroes: Along with Leanbow, they preceded the Mystic Rangers as Color-Coded Characters fighting The Master and his army.
  • Recurring Extra: They appear in flashback scenes during the season premiere and "Heir Apparent Part 1", but are never named or credited, and have no dialogue.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: They are injured during the battle against the Master but clearly survive and are seen watching from the ground as Leanbow and Niella sacrifice themselves to seal the monsters in the underworld. They aren't around to help Udonna in the present day, though, and it's unclear if they are dead, infirm, or have moved away.


    The Master 

Octomus the Master
"Once I eat your magic, you will become a part of the dust that I will walk upon. That will be your one and only purpose!"

Voiced by: John Leigh, Banjo Ginga (Japanese dub)

The true leader of the underworld who was sealed in the pit by Leanbow. He contacted his forces throughout the season before his reawakening.

  • Adaptational Jerkass: While his counterpart N-Ma was still evil, he at least had a motive; he was trying to satisfy his endless hunger. The Master on the other hand just wants to destroy everything for the hell of it. This leads to...
  • Adaptation Induced Plothole: In the climax, he yells for the Rangers to stop feeding him magic instead of, you know, closing his mouth. This is because in Magiranger, due to the aforementioned hunger, he didn't want them to stop and kept yelling for more right up until he exploded. Although here, he's probably so overwhelmed by the magic that he's unable to close his mouth.
  • Big Bad: As the main antagonist of Mystic Force, he's the ruler of the Underworld and the master of demons.
  • Bishounen Line: Downplayed. His final form is considerably more humanoid compared to his original, but he still looks like a hideous monster.
  • Combat Tentacles: His main method of physical attack is to use his tentacles to attack his enemies.
  • Cthulhumanoid: What his true form looks like; a humanoid shape with a Cosmic Horror flavor.
  • Death by Irony: He's feared for his ability to devour good magic, yet he's defeated by being overfed good magic by the rangers.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Is only ever referred to as "The Master", sometimes with varying details regarding what he's the master of. Supplementary materials know him as Octomus.
  • Evil Is Hammy: He tends to speak bombastically since he's the Big Bad.
  • Evil Laugh: Has a very menacing chuckle.
  • Evil Plan: A strange example as he has a plan (see below) but does nothing for the bulk of the series. The Evil Plans of his minions are what drives the conflict.
  • Familial Foe: The Master is a bitter enemy of Big Good Udonna and her whole family (her husband, son, late sister—before her death—, and niece).
  • For the Evulz: Fundamentally this is what Octomus' motive is when he's released. No desire for conquest or some long thought plan. All Octomus cares about is sadistically tormenting everything that exists.
  • Hero Killer: He kills Daggeron and Leanbow during the Grand Finale of Mystic Force.
  • Knight of Cerebus: When he shows up towards the end of the series, he drops any comedic aspects of the series. He even killed Daggeron and Leanbow and dropped their bodies in front of the heroes. Not to mention he himself had no comedic parts whatsoever.
  • Kick the Dog: Dropping Leanbow and Daggeron's corpses—the former being Nick's father—with nothing but exuberant glee was just a dick move on Octomus' behalf.
  • Lack of Empathy: He shows no remorse for his evil actions such as throwing the deaths of Leanbow and Daggeron in the Rangers' faces.
  • Large Ham: He has an exuberant personality fitting for a villain.
  • Magic Eater: Much like his Sentai counterpart N Ma, he was able to feed on magic. Also like N Ma, it ended up being his undoing.
  • The Master: Of the underworld and demons and "bad" magic. Though the Mystic Mother says he's the master of "nothing".
  • Non-Action Big Bad: He couldn't do anything until near the end. While he's the only villain to last from beginning to end, he spends all but the finale in a pit or a prisoner of Leanbow doing absolutely nothing. It's almost like he's some symbolic figure head that can't do anything. In the finale, he proves his power, but everything leading up to the finale is driven by other lesser Arc Villains.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Essentially wants to consume the entire world.
  • Sadist: Gleefully enjoys destruction and hurting people.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: At first. He almost escapes, but Leanbow remembers who he is in time to prevent this, destroying his original body in the process. His spirit survives and eventually possesses Matoombo.
  • The Sociopath: The Master is motivated only For the Evulz. He has an unhealthy dose of sadism, a lack of empathy in brainwashing and killing heroes, and a hatred for any type of goodness.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: The show isn't exactly the most lighted hearted of things but Octomus still stands out as an incredibly sadistic foe and one of the most depraved within the entire franchise.
  • The Voiceless: Initially, starts talking in his final form.

Acting Leaders


"The destruction of the surface world is at hand!"
Voiced by: Andrew Robertt, Masami Iwasaki (Japanese dub)
An undead cyborg that served as the first leading general of the Morlock army. He wants to break free from the pit.
  • Adaptational Badass: In Magiranger, his Sentai counterpart Braken was unable to use magic due to being a former Elite Mook. Morticon isn't a former mook, which means that he can use magic.
  • Adapted Out: His origin story as a mere elite mook who rose up in the ranks to become who he is today was not adapted, partly because it was only revealed in a throwaway line in his final episode.
  • Arc Villain: The first lead villain of Mystic Force.
  • The Brute: The powerhouse of the Morlocks until Megahorn's introduction.
  • BFS Wields the Fang of the Master, which is actually made from The Master's tooth. After his death, his sword was taken by Korrag.
  • The Dragon: Octomus' main commander for the first part of Mystic Force.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: The de-facto main villain during the first arc of the show, due to Octomus being a Sealed Evil in a Can.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Despite being build up as the main antagonist, he's killed in episode 12. That said, it's Played With because both the rangers and the audience know that Octomus is the Final Boss by that point.
  • Final Boss Preview: He shows up midway through part 1 to challenge the rangers and only loses because he's sealed away by The Hero again. Six episodes later, it's the end of the arc and banishing Morticon is no more an option since he broke free from the gate leading to the underworld for good.
  • Large Ham: His words are seemingly loud.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Justified. He's sealed in the underworld and cannot escape to face the rangers unless he's freed by a spell (that can be broken by said rangers) or is released from the gate of the Underworld (which is closed up until episode 12). Once he's freed, he immediately challenges the rangers.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He's trapped in the pit, and his main goal is to find ways to break free.
  • Undying Loyalty: Unlike his successor Imperious, Morticon's loyalty to the master is genuine. He even made sure to tell the rangers that he was still going to succeed in his goal.


"At last, the Power Rangers. Let me introduce myself. I am the destroyer of your world. I am Imperious, dark wizard of the underworld."

Portrayed by: Will Hall (Calindor)
Voiced by: Stuart Devine, Atsushi Imaruoka (Japanese dub)
Years ago, a wizard named Calindor was corrupted by dark magic and betrayed his fellow Mystics during the great war. Years later, Calindor returned under the name Imperious, and took over the Morlocks as their second leader.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: He was still a Dirty Coward and a traitor to the side of good in Magiranger, but Meemy's loyalty to N Ma was completely genuine. He also didn't bother trying to fool anyone into gaining his trust after coming back from mummification, going right ahead and shamelessly claiming his new identity as Meemy, and while he was suspicious of Wolzard's actions he didn't go as far as to attempt putting him on trial.
  • Agent Peacock: Imperious is rather flamboyant and "feels beautiful". But, he's a powerful Evil Sorcerer who curb stomps the rangers in their first battle.
  • Arc Villain: He's the second major villain and the arc focuses on him and his plans.
  • Arch-Enemy: Though he loathes all the Rangers, it's Daggeron he has a hatred for, due to their falling out during the war and being trapped in the cave. Imperious makes a couple of attempts to personally kill Daggeron, including their final encounter.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: For all his ambitions against the master, he fails to come close to destroying him due to Korrag being favored by him and he not only gets killed long beforehand, but the Ten Terrors who end up replacing him succeed in bringing the master back, and the master shows himself to be much worse.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Imperious will use sneak attacks, dark magic blasts and any form of trickery to win. He openly admits that he hates honor and fair play.
  • The Dark Side: Fell to it pre-series for the power it offered.
  • Deceptive Disciple: As Calindor, he and Daggeron studied under Leanbow but he betrayed them both for dark power.
  • The Dragon: The second one to the Master and quarrels over this position with Koragg.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: He leads the Morlocks during the second arc, while Octomus is The Voiceless Sealed Evil in a Can.
  • Dragon with an Agenda: While he leads the army of Octomus, he secretly wants to kill him and take over the underworld.
  • Disc Two Final Boss: The second major villain to fall after spending the second arc as the main antagonist. Not only does Imperious fall before Octomus, but he also falls right before Koragg.
  • Evil Feels Good: This is the reason for his fall; how good the dark power boost felt when he used it.
  • Evil Genius: He is The Strategist and Evil Sorcerer of Octomus.
  • Evil Sorcerer: A villain who fights with a Magic Staff and relies on dark magic and spells.
  • Fallen Hero: He used to be Calindor, Daggeron's comrade-in-arms.
  • Final Boss Preview: He attacks the rangers right after being revived and gives them a Curb-Stomp Battle. He only retreats because he's weakened and returns a couple of episodes later once he is at full strength.
  • My Death Is Just the Beginning: After Daggeron destroyed him, Imperious tells him that "a terror will be unleashed".
  • Red Mage: Performs many diverse forms of magic; growth, transportation, transformation, all the elementals.
  • Sinister Minister: He's based on an evil priest.
  • The Sociopath: He has betrayed the Mystic Ones long ago simply because he felt good using dark magic and also attempts to overthrow the Master for more power. He is somewhat charming but has a love of self-worth and underhanded tricks.
  • The Starscream: Plans to overthrow The Master and rule the underworld.



"It's not safe to walk alone at night. Something bad could happen to you."

Portrayed by: Brigitte Berger (Nikki Pimvare)
Voiced by: Donogh Rees, Tomoko Miyadera (Japanese dub)
The Dark Mistress of the Underworld, and a spy for the Morlocks.
  • Action Mom: She is Nikki Pimvare, Leelee's mom who one time took on all five rangers.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: In Magiranger, Vancuria/Nai and Mea were portrayed as probably the least malicious of the Infershian executives with a backstory of being very lonely, to the point where the second half of the series had them go all the way into Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain. They also aren't mentioned to have any kind of family, so nothing related to being a Black Widow or Parental Neglect is involved.
  • Adapted Out: Her Magiranger counterpart had the ability to split into two humanoid girls. This didn't carry over.
  • Black Widow: While not as bad as say someone like Bansheera, there is a passing mention of her turning her husband (and Leelee's dad) into a worm sometime in the past.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She cares for Itassis because she's the only who respects her and genuinely apologies for leading Sculpin and Black Lance to her after Itassis leaved the Morlocks. Necrolai ultimately revived her out of guilt, betrayed the Master and helped the rangers during their last battle because she was loyal to Itassis and her daughter.
  • Co-Dragons: She and Koragg are the two lieutenants of the Morlocks for the two first Story Arc(s). She's one of Sculpin's three lieutenants, alongside Black Lance and Itassis during the last arc.
  • Evil Laugh: She's not above laughing at times.
  • Evil Sorceress: Can use magic and make the Monster of the Week grow temporarily.
  • Goth Girls Know Magic: She's a sorceress with a gothic appearance, and as Nikki her appearance is quite gothy.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Pulls one out of loyalty to Itassis.
  • Hot in Human Form: When Necrolai sacrifices her magic to resurrect Leanbow and Daggeron, she changes from a bat-like creature to a human woman. Both Xander and Vida agree that she is much hotter in this form.
  • Lady of Black Magic: Dark Mistress of the Underworld and a cold, sinister villainess. She also has dark powers at her arsenal, which can be amplified by the Dark Morpher.
  • Last-Minute Hookup: She and Toby head off to the movies in their final scene.
  • Love Redeems: Platonic example. She pulls a Heel–Face Turn out care for her daughter Leelee and her friend Itassis
  • Our Vampires Are Different: She looks like a humanoid monster but otherwise fits the tradition; conversion by biting, transforms into a bat, etc. She has also a human form.
  • Parental Neglect: She might be ok with her daughter helping with her schemes against the rangers, but she cares more about evil than her, so when Lee Lee gets bored of being evil, their relationship turns far more frosty. She does give up being a villainess for Leelee (and Itassis) later on.
  • Significant Anagram: Same as Leelee.
  • Undying Loyalty: In spite of her cowardice, she ends up becoming very loyal to General Itassis.
  • Vain Sorceress: Hinted a few times. She gets better in the end.
  • The Vamp: While it never worked during the show, it's been implied to be a weapon in her arsenal.
  • Wings Below The Waist: Necrolai has a set of wings connected to her hips, which fold up into a faux-skirt when not in use.

Koragg and Catastros

    Koragg the Knight Wolf/Wolf Warrior / Leanbow 

Koragg the Knight Wolf/Wolf Warrior / Leanbow
"Yes. After all these years, I'm free."

Portrayed by: Chris Graham, Geoffrey Dolan (as Koragg)
Voiced by: Yasunori Masutani (Japanese dub)
A fearsome warrior created by Octomus the Master who has a code of honor.
  • Adaptational Heroism / Adaptational Villainy: In Magiranger, on one hand, his brainwashing did actually dissolve for a split second during his first battle against MagiMother, and almost all of his dialogue is eventually revealed to be Blagel Fighting from the Inside to help and even Stealth Mentor his children and Hikaru, just in a very distorted manner due to the brainwashing. On the other hand, he outright attempted to kill Miyuki in the second episode, and he'd have even gone through with it if not for the fact he barely managed to regain his senses for just long enough to teleport her away at the last second.
  • Ain't Too Proud to Beg: He pleaded for Phineas's help after Fighttoe and 50 Below nearly beaten him to death in "Dark Wish, Part 1".
  • Anti-Villain
  • Big "NO!": He yells "No!" when he stops the Master from absorbing Udonna's energy.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Koragg is a personality The Master enforced on Leanbow.
  • The Dragon: The second-in-command of the Morlocks during the 2/3 of the show.
  • 11th-Hour Ranger: While he becomes a hero after rescuing Udonna, he doesn't join the group until the finale battle.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He doesn't approve of Imperious's action in "Dark Wish, Part 1".
  • Fallen Hero: He was formerly a mighty warrior of good, now he's the villain's minion.
  • Final Boss Preview: He shows up in the first episode to beat the crap out of the mentor and spends this episode and the following ones beating the rangers.
  • Foreshadowing: Prior to "Heir Apparent Part 1", there were subtle hints.
    • When he and Udonna face each other in "Broken Spell", they both point out how familiar the other is. It's been years since she saw her husband, and Koragg's face wasn't shown to her.
    • Catastros seemed willing to work with Nick whenever Koragg was not present. Koragg questions what it is that made it trust Nick. This could've subtly hinted Catastros saw a connection between the two they didn't know at the time.
    • Daggeron mentioned he was trained by a knight named Leanbow, Udonna's husband. Koragg comes to see Daggeron as a worthy foe. Koragg refers to himself as a knight, and unknowingly fights his former student.
  • Good Costume Switch: After regaining his identity as Leanbow, he becomes the Wolf Warrior, with the same armor he used to have as Koragg, but with heroic red instead of evil purple. See Red Is Heroic entry below.
  • The Heavy: While the show has several main antagonists, Koraag is the central antagonist facing the rangers on a daily basis. He's defeated after half of the main villains are Killed Off for Real. Also he starts the attacks on both the human and magic worlds of the Morlocks.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He eventually turns on The Master after revealing himself as Leanbow.
  • Honor Before Reason: He never takes the pragmatic approach like Imperius and this gets him into trouble more than once. However, he makes a good defence of his position: The minion that insists on fighting fair is more trustworthy than a pragmatic minion that will stab his master in the back.
    "Without honor, victory is meaningless!"
  • Love Redeems: His love for Nick and Udonna redeems him at the end to the point that he rescues Udonna from being tortured by the Master.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: He goes into battle with a shield and a sword.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He reveals himself as Nick's biological father.
  • Make My Monster Grow: He can use a Rise Spell to revive and grow monsters, or, on himself.
  • Noble Demon: He claims to be evil but never delivers more than a butt kicking before leaving.
  • Red Is Heroic: Both his Leanbow form and Wolf Warrior mode are colored red after he becomes good.
  • Reforged into a Minion: Leanbow is corrupted by the Master so he can become Koragg.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Rita Repulsa's very line is echoed by his first line (He actually says "After all these years, I'm free," but the similarity was close enough that many fans were confused into thinking the Backstory was set ten thousand years previous, when it actually appears to have been more like 20).
  • Undying Loyalty: He only faithfully serves Octomus, not to any of The Dragons.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: With his monstrous Ancient Warrior Mode.
  • Wolf Man: He doesn't turn into a wolf, but 'wolf' is his theme and he was bitten by the Master
  • Worthy Opponent: Considers Nick and eventually Daggeron this.


Catastros/Centaurus Wolf Megazord

A powerful mystical horse Koragg owns as his personal Zord.
  • Chest Blaster: The Centaurus Wolf Megazord can fire a large purple-colored energy beam from the Eye of The Master on his chest.
  • Combining Mecha:
    • With Koragg, Catastros can form the Centaur Megazord or the Centaurus Wolf Megazord.
    • With Nick in his Mystic Phoenix Titan Form, Catastros can form the Centaurus Phoenix Megazord.
  • Double Weapon: The Centaurus Wolf Megazord wields a giant Glaive which has two blades at the ends.
  • Evil Counterpart: The Centaurus Wolf Megazord is the Morlocks answer to the Rangers' Titan Megazord.
  • Finishing Move:
    • Centaurus Wolf Megazord:
      • Dark Magic Spell Seal: The Megazord rotates his Glaive in a circle and summons a seal similar to the Titan Megazord's before swinging the Glaive at full force.
      • Dark Magic Strike: The Megazord charges up his Glaive with dark energy, and swings it at full force.
    • Centaurus Phoenix Megazord: After lighting up his pony tail-like appendage on the top of his head on fire, the Megazord swings his tail at full force on the enemy.
  • Hellish Horse: Catastros is a demon horse Koragg summons.
  • Jousting Lance: The Centaur Megazord wields a lance as his main weapon.
  • Our Centaurs Are Different: The Centaur Megazord is essentially a Centaur formation featuring Koragg replacing Catastros' head. Like a robotic Centaur.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: What became of Catastros by the end of the series is never established.

The Ten Terrors

    In General

"People of the surface, let me introduce to you the destroyers of your world. Black Lance, Megahorn, I am Sculpin, Itassis, Serpentena, Hekatoid, Oculous, Magma, Matoombo, Gekkor. We are the Ten Terrors of the Underworld. We have come to punish you. Give us what you hold most sacred. Give us The Light!"

After Imperious' death, Necrolai found the Ten Terrors, god-like demons/monsters, lurking in the Lower Sanctum of the Underworld. After learning of Imperious' death, and the legend of The Light, they challenged the Rangers.

In General

  • Arc Villain: The third and final villains for Mystic Force until the Master's return in the finale.
  • Evil Will Fail: They follow 'The Rules Of Darkness' absolutely and enforce punishment accordingly to those who deviate from it. Even if it means their destruction. In one such case, they destroyed one of their own even as he was about to destroy the Rangers because he'd lost the time challenge he said he would defeat them in.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Inverted. The Ten Terrors are naturally giant-sized and shrink down to human-sized when fighting the Rangers.
  • Sorting Algorithm of Evil: Being the final villains of the series, they are the most powerful, second only to the Master.


"Darkness will still prevail!"
Voiced by: Peter Daube, Kanji Suzumori (Japanese dub)
A trident-wielding fish man-monster, and leader of the Ten Terrors and the penultimate member of the team fought by the rangers (well, rather the ranger, since Udonna faced him alone).
  • Arc Villain: While the Ten Terrors as whole are this for part 3, Sculpin fits this trope more than his teammates since he's The Leader of the Terrors.
  • Bowdlerize: Inverted. In Magiranger he just explodes like any other monster, but in Mystic Force they added some chunks flying out.
  • The Dragon: of Octomus once Morticon, Imperious and Koragg are defeated.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: The actual main villain during the last arc of the show up until Octomus hijacks Matoombo's body right before the endgame.
  • Fish People: Based on one.
  • The Leader: of the Ten Terrors.
  • Playing with Fire: Can launch fire rings from his trident, or fireballs.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: He's a fish monsters who wields a trident as his main weapon.
  • The Unfought: Played With. Unlike his Sentai counterpart, who never fought until a crossover six years later, Sculpin does actually face Udonna and Itassis, while he only caught the former and ended up killed by the latter in Sentai. However, he never faces personally the Five-Man Band and the Sixth Ranger, discounting a brief Megazord fight.
  • Xanatos Gambit: After learning that Leanbow was keeping the Master from arriving as planned, he broke the Rules of Darkness by sending Black Lance to the surface in order to assist Megahorn, giving the Rangers trouble against two terrors. It worked as Leanbow was forced to help the Rangers, and Sculpin had Necrolai plant a fish scale to locate him.


"All right, we fight. But to make this interesting, what say we play a little game?"
Voiced by: Greg Smith, Tetsu Inada (Japanese dub)
An Ifrit-themed monster, and the first the Ten Terror that fought against the Rangers.
  • Epic Flail: Wields a ball and chain mixed with a club.
  • Exact Words: When he declared that if the rangers survived his time challenge, they'd win, it became a literal meaning as he was automatically destroyed by Sculpin when the rangers outlasted his challenge.
  • Graceful Loser: One of the few monsters to take his defeat with grace.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Has one made of fire.
  • My Death Is Just the Beginning: Says this before dying because he is only the first of the Terrors to fight.
  • Near-Villain Victory: He was nearly close to defeating the Rangers... just when the tower burned down and was killed by his own kind.
  • Playing with Fire: A fire-based monster, with his strongest attack being a flame beam from his chest.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: His arrogance over the Rangers was his downfall. When he was chosen to fight the Rangers, he proclaimed that if even one Ranger was left standing when the tower burned down, the Rangers would win. Unfortunately for him, the Rangers lasted that long, and once the tower burned down, Sculpin killed him.


"Leave now while we are feeling merciful! You are an eyesore!"
Voiced by: Andrew Laing, Masami Iwasaki (Japanese dub)
A red-eyed robotic cyclops monster, and the second Ten Terror that fought against the Rangers.
  • Bayonet Ya: Wields a bayonet/sniper rifle as his main weapon.
  • Big "NO!": Let one out before his destruction.
  • Cold Sniper: He carries a laser rifle and is first observed watching Necrolai through it and contemplating shooting her just for being an "eyesore."
  • Cyclops: In the robotic kind.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Magiranger, he grew giant-sized and was destroyed by MagiLegend. In Power Rangers, he was destroyed by Nick in the Dragonforce Fire Battlizer. note 
  • Pet the Dog: When Necrolai first visits the Terrors' lair, Oculous tells her to leave while she still has a chance rather than attacking her outright. He also offers to let the other Rangers go if Nick faces him alone, although this is at least partially Pragmatic Villainy.


"Sealed away again? It seems The Master is quite inefficient of late."
Voiced by: Sally Stockwell, Mie Sonozaki (Japanese dub)
A Medusa-like Gorgon monster, and the third Ten Terror that fought against the Rangers.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Wields one as her main weapon.
  • Near-Villain Victory: She was the closest out of all the Ten Terrors to defeat the Rangers as she defeated most of them (she turned Jenji into stone while trapping Chip, Madison, Xander, and Solaris Knight in her snake dimension). However, Serpentina broke the Rules of Darkness by bringing in Hekatoid to help her. So Itassis used her magic to remove Hekatoid's slime which prevented Nick and Vida from morphing, so that the fight would then be fair or as she put it within the rules.
  • Shapeshifting: Can transform into a giant snake.
  • Swallowed Whole: How she prefers to get rid of the rangers, it's surprisingly effective.
  • Taken for Granite: If one of her snakes bites somebody, then they turn into stone. However, the curse can be lifted if she's destroyed.
  • Verbal Tic: As a snake-themed monster, she tendssss to emphasize the "s" whenever sssshe talks.


"The world has never seen the likes of me! Look upon me and tremble! When I'm done, the surface world will be nothing but a wasteland!"
Voiced by: Dallas Barnett, Tetsuya Oka (Japanese dub)
A drake-like monster, and the fourth Ten Terror that fought against the Rangers.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: His weak point was the area at the back of his neck, and if struck, he will be in a great amount of pain.
  • The Brute: One of the strongest generals of the Underworld and and Hot-Blooded fighter with an Hair-Trigger Temper.
  • Dem Bones: Has a strong skeleton armor that can reflect attacks off itself.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: None of the other Ten Terrors liked him due to his aggressive behaviour (aside from Serpentina), and they were not saddened by his death.
  • One-Winged Angel: He can turn himself more monstrous.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Megahorn is a drake, a demonic dragon serving the devil. Fittingly Megahorn works for Octomus, who is the devil.


"Oh, me? It's my turn? All I do is work, work, work. Mmm. I'm hungry. When's lunch?"
Voiced by: Charlie McDermott, Tetsuya Oka (Japanese dub)
A turquoise toad-like monster, and the fifth Ten Terror that fought against the Rangers.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He does better than expected when fighting the Rangers in spite of his laziness and gluttony.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Hekatoid is upset when his “babies” (monstrous tadpoles he conjures) are endangered.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: He kidnapped Udonna in one episode, only to be destroyed by her and the other Rangers after she regained her White Ranger powers.
  • Lazy Bum: He disliked the fact that he was chosen to fight the Rangers.
  • Mix-and-Match Weapon: Wields the Frog Hammer, which doubles as a trumpet.
  • Psycho Rangers: Created evil copies of the Rangers to fight against.


"My name is Matoombo. I am gathering all of your electricity. When I have it all, I will return it with a vengeance. My justice will be swift."
Voiced by: Cameron Rhodes, Yosuke Ito (Japanese dub)
A cotton ball-like titan. The sixth Ten Terror who faced the rangers
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: A very minor one, since his feature episodes mostly follow their Magiranger equivalents very closely, but what originally got Houka to realize Titan had value for life was seeing him pet a dog, whereas Matoombo actually goes as far as to save a kid's life.
  • Demonic Possession: Was forcibly possessed by the Master as his new vessel.
  • Double Weapon: Wields a large two-bladed sword.
  • Family-Unfriendly Death: The Master graphically rips out of him, in a scene that was surprisingly unchanged from Magiranger. it doesn't take, though.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Matoombo sides with the Rangers over his fellows as he comes to understand what the Master's plan of world destruction would really entail.
  • Shock and Awe: His magic mostly revolves around lightning and electricity.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Unlike his Magiranger counterpart, he comes back to life after the Master's destruction.
  • Token Good Teammate: He is the most kind-hearted, friendly and compassionate Ten Terror, and will not fight unless he must. This is exactly why the Master chooses him as the vessel to reincarnate into his body, knowing well that it will kill him.


"Now, now. Don't frighten the little bat creature. Let's hear her out before we stomp on her."
Voiced by: Mark Ferguson, Kosuke Okano (Japanese dub)
A Wyvern/Gecko creature, and the seventh Ten Terror that fought against the Rangers.
  • Blood Knight: He is eager to fight the Rangers and disappointed when others are chosen to instead.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He's the fastest of the Ten Terrors, and was able to outmatch the Rangers.
  • Those Two Guys: with Necrolai, during the last arc.
  • Spikes of Villainy: He can fire white-coloured energy needles in rapid succession from his hand.


"I am not like the others. I crave knowledge, not power.
Voiced by: Josephine Davidson, Kaori Nakamura (Japanese dub)
A sphinx monster. She's the eighth Ten Terror who challenged the rangers.
  • BFG: Her weapon? A bazooka !
  • Curiosity Causes Conversion: Wants to know more about this power source called "courage" and how it can be used. It's an intellectual pursuit.
  • Evil Genius: The brain of the Ten Terrors who doesn't care about power, but is doing misdeeds For Science!
  • Heel–Face Turn: For someone who starts out as a villain Itasiss is fair-minded, extremely polite. she is supposed to be a villain but her personality and how she treats people doesn't fit the profile. Her intellectual pursuit into "courage" leads to her defection from the Ten Terrors.
  • For Science!: "I'm not like the others; I seek knowledge, not power."
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Quite literally. Serpentina was the closest to defeating the Rangers thanks to cheating using Hekatoid's involvement, but Itassis undid his influence so the fight would follow the Rules of Darkness. This ends up leading to Serpentina's destruction.
  • Redemption Promotion: Granted in spades, she was already dang powerful, but after her Heel–Face Turn after she comes back from the dead, she wipes the floor with Sculpin in a one on one fight and destroys him. She also sends the Master into retreat momentarily.

    Black Lance 

Black Lance
"We punish, and then we punish, and then we punish some more!"
Voiced by: Derek Judge, Kanehira Yamamoto (Japanese dub)
A black knight monster, and the Number Two of Ten Terrors. The last Terror to attack the Rangers.
  • Big "NO!": Let one out in his destruction.
  • The Dragon: The second-in-command to Sculpin. Also, unlike his Magiranger counterpart, he stayed the second command as he was not the true leader of the group.
  • Jousting Lance: Wields one as his main weapon.
  • The Heavy: He takes Koragg's place as the most powerful physical threat to the rangers and the central antagonist during the last third of the story. Fittingly, he and Koragg actually have a fight midway through part 3. He's also the rangers last foe before facing Octomus since Sculpin is The Unfought.
  • Monster Knight: His main theme is "knight" given his jousting lance and appearance.
  • Pre-Final Boss: He's the last foe faced before Octomus. Sculpin falls in the meantime at the hands of Itassis.

Mooks & Monsters

    Hidiacs & Styxoids 


Undead soldiers that serve Necrolai and the Morlocks.


Voiced by: Nick Kemplen/ Jim McLarty
More powerful undead soldiers that serve Koragg and the Morlocks.

    The Monsters 

In General

  • Adapted Out: Hades Beast Fungus, Hades Beast Manticore, Hades Beast Specter, Petit Eriko, Solitary Confinement Beast Ogre, Hades Beastman Ninja Kirikage, Hades Beastman Thief Gaston, and Hades Fungal Beast Mold were not adapted for Power Rangers.

Dark Troll

A massive troll-like monster that attacked a village.


Voiced by: John Callen
A large slime monster.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: Played with. Unlike his Magiranger counterpart, he could talk, but he is a very dumb monster.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Wields a club on its right arm.
  • Demoted to Extra: Mucor had his own episode in Magiranger, but here, he had to share one with the Hydra Worm.
  • Extreme Omnivore: He was fed three of the five Rangers curtsy of Necrolai.
  • Starter Villain: As the Dark Troll was defeated by Udonna before getting their wands, Mucor is the first monster the Mystic Force Rangers face against.

Hydra Worm

A large eight-headed worm-like monster.


Voiced by: Bruce Hopkins
A humanoid cockatrice-like monster that turns people into stone.

Rock Troll

Voiced by: ??
A massive rock troll-like monster that Koragg empowered with the stolen Megazord spell.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Wields a large ogre club.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: It can summon and launch a barrage of huge boulders at his enemies, strong enough to knock the Mystic Titans down to the ground in one hit.
  • The Worf Effect: Was able to beat the Rangers in their Mystic Titan forms, but lost when Nick tamed Catastros.

Taxi Cab Monster

Voiced by: Derek Judge
A taxi shape-shifting beast sent to get the Fire Heart map for Necrolai.

Giant Spider

A large spider that serves as the guardian to the Fire Heart Map.


Voiced by: Ross Girven
Portrayed by: Otis Frizzell
A flytrap/leech-like monster that turned people into vampires under the name DJ Fly.


A humanoid hyena/werewolf-like ghoul beast that attacked Xander and Vida during their quest for Fire Heart.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Compared to his Magiranger counterpart where he had more power, Boney showed little skills against two Rangers.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Used his fists in the place of weapons.
  • Demoted to Extra: Boney's Magiranger had two episodes to his name. Here, he is forced to share one episode with Skullington.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Was taken down by the Red Ranger's MagiPunch (the Mystic Force Fighters Sentai counterpart) in Magiranger, but in Power Rangers, he was taken down by Vida's Tornado Attack.
  • The Voiceless: He did not say a single word in his appearance.


Voiced by: Campbell Cooley
A three-faced skeleton warrior sent by Koragg to find and steal the Fire Heart chest.
  • Dem Bones: Not only a bone-based monster, but he can fire them as well.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Magiranger, he was destroyed by MagiKing. In Power Rangers, he was taken down by Xander and his Mystic Force Fighters.
  • Healing Factor: If destroyed by a normal attack, Skullington will open his head revealing a small red skull that can repair him in a matter of seconds.

Gargoyle of the Gates

A massive gargoyle-like creature sent to open the recently risen Gates to the Underworld.

Jester the Pester

Voiced by: Greg Ward
A gremlin/jester-like monster sent by Imperious to create a dark seal and destroy Briarwood.
  • Extendable Arms: Could elongate his arms.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Like the Gargoyle of the Gates, he was a fast monster, and dished out the pain in equal ways.
  • Monster Clown: A evil and mentally fragile jester monster.
  • Shapeshifter Weapon: Jester the Pester is capable of changing his right arm into any weapon of his choice. These include a hammer and a three-bladed claw.
  • Wolverine Claws: Could turn his right arm into a three-bladed claw for combat.
  • The Worf Effect: He was able to best the five main Rangers, but lost out when the Solaris Knight appeared.


Voiced by: Patrick Kake
A horned ogre-like monster.
  • Carry a Big Stick: Wields a large hammer for both combat and to pin down the Seismic Stakes.
  • Dub Name Change: Subverted. Behemoth is one of the rare monsters to keep his Sentai name.
  • Earthquake Machine: Was sent to pin down Seismic Stakes and destroy the city, although he only used them once in order to draw Daggeron.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Grew without Koragg's assistance.
  • Shock and Awe: Can fire red-coloured lighting beams from his mouth.


Voiced by: Callie Blood
An incubus/insect-like creature sent with Spydex to drain people's Life Force.


Voiced by: Millen Biard
A large humanoid spider-like creature sent with Gnatu to drain people's Life Force.


Voiced by: Lori Dungey
A harpy-like creature.

Barbarian Beasts

Four monsters that were sealed away for having no honour, only for Imperious to release them.
  • Informed Flaw: According to Koragg, they fought with no honour and were sealed away. As we saw of them, they fought no differently than the other monsters.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: All four of them were sealed away for years.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: Each of them gave the Rangers more trouble than the past monsters this season.


Voiced by: Mark Wright
A samurai-themed monster, and the first Barbarian Beast to attack the Rangers.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Due to his Dies Differently in Adaptation, he is destroyed rather quickly from a single strike of Xander's Minotaur's axe.
  • Adapted Out: One thing that was not adapted from Magiranger was that Warmax's true form was his sword, and anybody who grabbed it would be his next host. Power Rangers did not use this, possibly because seeing Xander swing a sword around unmorphed was too violent for American children.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Due to the Adapted Out part above, Warmax's final fate was the Mystic Minotaur's Axe, and not Hikaru (Daggeron's sentai counterpart) destroying the sword.
  • I Let You Win: Imperious hints that the ease with which he was defeated was because he allowed the Rangers to beat him.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Grew without Necrolai's assistance. Also, he’s the only Barbarian Beast that had the ability to grow by himself.
  • Samurai: An evil samurai monster.


Voiced by: Susan Brady
An armoured winged Siren/Banshee-like monster, and the second Barbarian Beast to attack the Rangers.
  • Adaptation Explanation Extrication: After being defeated by the Rangers, her remains are seen turning into particles, giving the impression it's part of Imperious's plan, only for nothing to come of it. Turns out it was a leftover scene from Magiranger where Fightoe's counterpart absorbed her remains in order to use her powers later, a plot element that was not used in Mystic Force.
  • Adapted Out: Her human disguise in Magiranger was not used.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Can produce sonic waves from her caged-like mouth.
  • The Worf Effect: She was strong against the five Rangers (with the Solaris Knight in place of the Yellow Ranger), but once Chip returned after recovering from his wounds, she was doomed.

50 Below

Voiced by: Paul Minifie
A snow yeti-like creature, and the leader of the Barbarian Beasts. He was the third Barbarian Beast to attack the Rangers.
  • An Ice Person: Used snow-based attacks.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Even without his hockey stick, he was a capable monster with his fists.
  • Bigfoot, Sasquatch, and Yeti: Is a Yeti-based monster, which fits into his ice and hockey player theme.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Wields a hockey stick.
  • Karmic Death: As Korragg mused while holding a fragment of his armour "You live without honor, you fall without honor".
  • The Worf Effect: He was tough against the Rangers, and was able to beat them in both of their fights... until the Rangers received the Legend mode from the Tribunal of Magic.


Voiced by: Jason Hoyte
A Kobold-themed monster, and the final Barbarian Beast to attack the Rangers.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: When he and 50 Below were getting overwhelmed by the Mystic Legend Rangers in Magiranger, he advised 50 Below's counterpart to Know When to Fold 'Em and fall back, but the guy was too stubborn and arrogant to listen. Here, he just flat out abandons him.
  • Dirty Coward: When he and 50 Below were getting their asses handed by the Mystic Legend Rangers, he left the latter to die. Imperious was not happy to learn that and transferred his powers into Ursus.
  • The Worf Effect: He was tough against the Rangers, and was able to beat them in both of their fights... until the Rangers received the Legend mode from the Tribunal of Magic.
  • You Have Failed Me: For leaving 50 Below to be destroyed by the Rangers and refusing to fight against their Legendary Powers, Imperius destroys him and uses his essence in order to power Ursus.


A massive humanoid, war machine-like monster powered by Fighttoe's powers.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: It was a capable monster with his fists.
  • Demoted to Extra: An entire episode was devoted to fighting its Super Sentai counterpart, but due to time constraintsnote , its screentime was squashed down to less than ten minutes.
  • Outside-Genre Foe: The only robotic enemy the Mystic Force Rangers fought against as every other monster was mystical in nature.
  • The Voiceless: Was a mindless robot.
  • The Worf Effect: As a demonstration of how powerful it was, it was able to easily defeat the Solar Train Megazord.


Voiced by: Adam Gardiner (main face)
Voiced by: Lauren Jackson (chamelon face)
Voiced by: Oscar Burt-Shearer (bull face)
A composite three-headed monster Imperious created out of the monster spirits Leanbow defeated in the past.