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Wild Force Rangers

    In General
The Wild Force Rangers
  • Animal-Motif Team: The third animal themed Power Rangers team to appear. While each Ranger has their own totem Wild Zord as their main Animal Motif, they each have an extra Zord to form additional Megazord configurations.
  • Animal-Themed Fighting Style: The Rangers fight in a manner resembling animals, running on all fours (or in the case of the Yellow and Blue Rangers, flying through the air and swimming in deep waters respectively) and slashing with their claw-tipped gloves.
  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character:
    • While the Time Force Rangers (four of them at least) were police officers from the future and used technology from their timeline, the Wild Force Rangers were all from the present (minus Merrick) and their powers were from an ancient civilization.
    • Like Wes and Eric, Cole and Merrick are outsiders of sorts among their team. However, while Wes and Eric were from a different time from their teammates, Cole was raised in the jungle and Merrick is an ancient hero.
  • Everyone Has Standards: As is tradition, the Rangers are Good Is Not Soft personified and are more than willing to beat down or destroy any impeding threat. Though even they are appalled after seeing what Mandilok and Onikage do to their own side, particularly Toxica.
  • Experienced Protagonist: Averted with Cole, but the pilot establishes that his teammates got Ranger morphs and started fighting Orgs some time ago. They’re even introduced mid-battle and are already familiar with normal Org tactics.

    Cole Evans / Red Lion Ranger 

Cole Evans / Red Lion Ranger
Portrayed by: Ricardo Medina, Jr.
Voiced by: Irwin Daayán (Latin American Spanish), Wally Wingert (Power Rangers: Super Legends)

Cole lived in the jungle for all of his life, but when he became of age, he was sent back to Turtle Cove to uncover the truth about his missing parents. Not 24 hours after he arrived, he was drafted by the other Wild Force Rangers and became the Red Wild Force Ranger. Despite being the last of the first five to be recruited, he was named the leader due to possessing the Red Lion Wild Zord.

  • Adaptational Late Appearance: Not Cole himself but his veterinary profession. Kakeru is introduced as an already tenured veterinarian whereas Cole is unemployed (outside of being a ranger) during the entire series and only becomes a vet in the (albeit deleted) "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue.
  • Adaptational Skimpiness: Kakeru Shishi is a very modest character whereas Cole is a notorious Mr. Fanservice.
  • Adaptational Wealth: His Gaoranger counterpart is a career veterinarian when introduced. Cole's introduction is him getting reintroduced to society after spending his whole life in a jungle, and it took until the Grand Finale for him to start rebuilding his life.
  • All for Nothing: Zigzagged, while the parents he left the jungle to look for have been dead since before he could speak, if he didn't leave for civilization, he wouldn't have been the Red Lion Ranger and helped save the world.
  • All-Loving Hero: For better or for worse, Cole is a pacifist at heart and believes everyone has good in them. He tried to find a peaceful solution to the Orgs before realizing they have no hearts and are essentially Made of Evil. Best exemplified with Dr. Viktor Adler. After the one who murdered his parents dies, instead of talking ill of him or rejoicing in his death, Cole leaves flowers at his grave and hopes maybe Dr. Adler can finally find peace.
  • Animal Mecha:
  • Automatic Crossbows: Cole's fourth weapon is the Falconator.
  • Fish out of Water: He grew up in a village as far away from modern civilization as possible, so such things as not knowing motorcycles are not alive is justified.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Growing up in the jungle, he has a strong connection with animals.
  • Hachimaki: He wears a red headband.
  • Hand Cannon: The Lion Blaster, the transformed form of his Lion Fang.
  • Heartbroken Badass: He never knew his parents and eventually learns they're dead. Still, he never stops fighting for the good of mankind and nature.
  • The Hero: Leader of the Wild Force Rangers and the first 26 episodes mostly revolve around him learning what happened to his birth parents.
  • Hurting Hero: He grew up in the jungle, knowing nothing about where he came from. As a Ranger, he later learns his parents are presumed dead. He then learns they are dead and were killed by Master Org. Cole demonstrates considerable restraint in killing the incapacitated Master Org when he had the chance.
  • Large Ham: He stands out with his overly serious lines during the Red Ranger Reunion episode, in stark contrast with his predecessors' more relaxed deliveries. Even Carter was more laid back in comparison.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: Now who got a Battlizer, a second Cool Bike, and the chance to go on a mission with nine other Red Rangers?
  • The Leader: He displaced Taylor as this because he was chosen to be the Red Ranger.
  • Martial Arts Headband: Created from the ripped sleeves of his shirt.
  • Mythology Gag: Cole mentions his interest to become a veterinarian, the very occupation of his Gaoranger counterpart.
  • Nature Hero: Growing up in the jungle and working with giant robotic animals.
  • Parental Abandonment: His original goal was to find out what happened to his birth parents.
  • Power Fist: Cole's signature weapon is the Red Lion Fang. While it normally functions as fighting glove, he can split it apart and serve as claws.
  • Raised by Natives: Was raised by a local village when he was separated from his parents.
  • Rookie Red Ranger: One of the more complained about examples since, despite his lack of experience, he was immediately made the team leader just because he was the Red Ranger. There was only one line of dialogue that sort of justifies this; because Cole's main Wild Zord is the Red Lion, he earns the right to lead the Wild Force Rangers.
  • Ship Tease: With Alyssa. The original ending for the finale showed the two of them married.
  • Shirtless Scene: And damn is the guy ripped.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: He ripped off the sleeves of the shirt the rangers gave him to make a headband.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: He can understand the animal's feelings thanks to his ability to sense hearts.
  • The Straight and Arrow Path: Midway into the series, Cole gains the Falcon Summoner. Its a bow and arrow weapon that allows him to summon the Falcon Wildzord.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Despite having every reason to hate Adler and Adler having absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever, he still feels bad about his death and hopes he can find peace in the afterlife.
  • Tap on the Head: How Taylor gets him to become the Red Ranger.
  • What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Played with. He realizes as early as the first episode that his abilities to commune with the hearts of creatures aren't especially useful in battle. That said, it does come in handy a few times during the course of the season.
  • Wolverine Claws: More like Sabertooth claws, as he can grow lions' claws from his gloves.
  • You Killed My Father: Averted. Probably because he never got to meet his parents, he chooses not to kill Master Org for it because he doesn't want to be obsessed with someone he hates like Master Org was.

    Taylor Earhardt / Yellow Eagle Ranger 

Taylor Earhardt / Yellow Eagle Ranger
Portrayed by: Alyson Kiperman
Voiced by: Mariana Ortiz (Latin American Spanish)

Taylor was a lieutenant air force pilot, but when flying with her squad one day, she discovered the Yellow Eagle Wild Zord flying, leading her to locate the Animarium and meeting Princess Shayla. She became the Yellow Wild Force Ranger, and the first Ranger recruited. While initially the leader of the team, she was forced to step down after Cole arrived.

  • Ace Pilot: She was one in the air force before becoming the Yellow Ranger.
  • Action Girl: The most experienced of the main five Rangers. She lasted longer than any of the others when Zen-Aku first appeared.
  • Animal Mecha:
  • Birds of a Feather: With Eric. They both have stubborn, commanding personalities, which leads them to clash at first. But eventually, they begin to bond over having similar experiences with warming to their ranger teams and interest in weaponry.
  • Cool Sword: Taylor's main weapon is the Eagle Sword.
  • Crossover Ship Tease: In-Universe, with Eric during the team-up episode.
  • Deadly Disc: Taylor's secondary weapon is the Armadillo Puck.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: Her hairstyle was changed to a looser hairstyle after the Zen-Aku story arc ended.
  • Faking the Dead: Her backstory for how she became a Ranger. The Animarium called her by crashing her fighter jet, and it's heavily implied that the only way she could be a Ranger (due to her status as a lieutenant in the Air Force) was for her to let everyone think she had died, so she's an MIA soldier as far as they are concerned: Taylor avoids making contact with the military for fear they will recognize her. The end of the series sees her reinstated as a pilot, still occasionally flying alongside her zord.
  • Good-Looking Privates: Well, Air Force Lieutenant, but good looking nonetheless.
  • He's Back!: Taylor resumes her military career at the end of the series.
  • The Lancer: She used to be the leader until Cole arrived. She doesn't like it at first until Cole proves he's capable of leading the team.
  • Meaningful Name: She shares the same last name as Amelia Earhart, a female pilot who disappeared after her plane went missing. In this case, Taylor had to fake her death to become a Power Ranger.
  • Military Brat: Her Air Force days left her very devoted to rules and regulations.
  • Military Superhero: Former Air Force pilot turned Power Ranger.
  • Not So Above It All: Of the original five Rangers she’s the most serious, most likely due to her background in the Airforce but as the series progresses she lets her hair down.
    • She teases Max about being the youngest.
    • She loves racing her new car on the open road.
  • Quickly-Demoted Leader: Despite being the original leader of the Wild Force Rangers and having that position for a year, she's immediately relegated to Number Two once Cole shows up.
  • Quickly-Demoted Woman: The series started with Taylor as leader of the team, and has been such for over a year. When Rookie Red Ranger Cole shows up and is declared leader, Taylor isn't thrilled and spends at least another episode still trying to hold on to that command before giving up and letting Cole take control.
  • She's a Man in Japan: Along with some other Yellow Rangers in the franchise - in her case, her counterpart is male Air Force AWOL Gaku Washio. She was, for 19 years, the last Ranger to be a different gender from their counterpart in the Super Sentai series being adapted.
  • Shipper on Deck: She is the first one to point out the tension between Princess Shayla and Merrick, Then ends up on the other side of this with Eric in "Reinforcements From The Future."
  • Tap on the Head: How she introduces herself to Cole, after telling him he's been conscripted.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tomboy to Shayla's Girly Girl.
  • Tsundere: Watch the crossover with Eric from Time Force, "Reinforcements from the Future", and you'll understand. This was her attitude with the other rangers at first before eventually calming down. A complete departure from the Yellow Rangers before and after her, who are usually cheerful and friendly.

    Max Cooper / Blue Shark Ranger 

Max Cooper / Blue Shark Ranger
Portrayed by: Phillip Jeanmarie
Voiced by: Rafael Pacheco (Latin American Spanish)

Max was an upcoming professional bowler, but one night, he protected a woman from an Org attack. This made him worthy in the eyes of Blue Shark Wild Zord, and he became the Blue Wild Force Ranger, the third Ranger to be recruited.

    Danny Delgado / Black Bison Ranger 

Danny Delgado / Black Bison Ranger
Portrayed by: Jack Guzman
Voiced by: Carlos Hernández (Latin American Spanish)

Danny worked at a flower shop, before being the fourth Ranger to be recruited. He became the Black Wild Force Ranger, with his totem Zord being the Black Bison Wild Zord.

  • Alliterative Name: Danny Delgado.
  • Animal Mecha:
  • Beware the Nice Ones: One of the nicest members of the team but You do not want to get him angry.
  • The Big Guy: Even without his ranger form's bison strength, he's physically stronger than his friends.
  • Did Not Get the Girl: For two episodes he's in love with a florist he used to work with named Kendall. In that second episode, she finds out he's a ranger, fully supports him and returns his affections. Unfortunately, because of his ranger duties, she turns him down.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's definitely the nerdiest member of the team.
  • Gentle Giant: He's the team muscle and a romantic-minded flower arranger who sleeps with a teddy bear and cries at a moving story.
  • Hand Cannon: Danny's secondary weapon is the Rhino Shooter.

    Alyssa Enrilé / White Tiger Ranger 

Alyssa Enrilé / White Tiger Ranger
Portrayed by: Jessica Rey
Voiced by: Gaby Beltrán (Latin American Spanish)

Alyssa trained in martial arts under her father from a young age, only to leave for Turtle Cove when she went to University. She was the second Ranger to be recruited, became the White Wild Force Ranger, and received the White Tiger Wild Zord as her totem Zord.

  • Action Girl: She's the most experienced in Martial Arts of the Wild Force team.
  • Adaptational Job Change: On her case, Adaptational employment. Sae starts Walking the Earth at end of Gaoranger, whereas Alyssa finishes the series (literally, as it is the closing scene) as a schoolteacher.
  • Adaptational Modesty: Zig-Zagged. Alyssa always wears knee-high boots and while Sae does too, she sometimes alternates to sneakers which leads to more exposed legs.
  • Age Lift: Her Gaoranger counterpart is explicitly seventeen years old and The Baby of the Bunch, whereas Alyssa is well into her college life upon introduction.
  • Animal Mecha:
  • Badass Bookworm: She's the only ranger attending school and can be seen reading books.
  • Barehanded Blade Block: Done once.
  • Battle Baton: Alyssa's signature weapon is the Tiger Baton.
  • Brainy Brunette: She was clever enough to use her school's news archives to find information about Cole's parents.
  • Cute Bookworm: Endearing and a college student majoring in Education.
  • Cute Bruiser: Being the most skilled in Martial Arts makes her the most experienced in hand-to-hand combat.
  • Great White Feline: Her suit and main Zord are modeled after a white tiger.
  • Hot Teacher: In the finale, she becomes an elementary school teacher.
  • I Should Write a Book About This: The series' closing shot is of Alyssa reading the story of the Wild Force Rangers to her class.
  • It's Personal: Samurai Org insults her father's dojo. The other Rangers support Alyssa in her retaliation but don't help too much.
  • Power Pincers: Alyssa's secondary weapon is the Deer Clutcher.
  • Renaissance Girl: Straight-A college student, ideal Yamato Nadeshiko, and skilled martial artist (barring the standard Ranger skills), all in one person.
  • Ship Tease: With Cole.
  • The Smart Girl / Teen Genius: Being the only member of the team in school.
  • Team Mom: The most level-headed member of the team, plus rather motherly even cooking the team’s meals.
  • Well Done Daughter Girl: Her father wanted her to inherit the dojo, but she wanted to go to college to be a teacher. Despite this, she wants her father's approval. He stops regretting his decision to let her go when he finds out she's a Power Ranger. Unlike other times in the series when this happens, she doesn't find out.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: When she first appears. She remains gentle and sweet but breaks out of her shell more as the series goes on.

    Merrick Baliton / Lunar Wolf Ranger 

Merrick Baliton / Lunar Wolf Ranger
Portrayed by: Phillip Andrew
Voiced by: Daniel Abundis (Latin American Spanish), Steve Blum (Power Rangers: Super Legends)

3,000 years ago, after Animus fell against Master Org, Merrick stole the legendary wolf mask and three Wild Zords from Nayzor and used them to defeat Master Org. However, he did not remove the mask in time and was transformed into Duke Org Zen-Aku, only for him to be sealed by the five original guardians before he caused trouble.

In the present, Nayzor released Zen-Aku, with no memory of him being Merrick. However, the Rangers freed Merrick from the wolf mask's curse, and he joined them as the Lunar Wolf Ranger.

  • Aloof Ally: Out of shame (and some general stoic-ness) rather than any actual dislike.
  • Animal Mecha:
  • The Atoner: For causing trouble as Zen-Aku.
  • Bad Guys Play Pool: Inverted. He doesn't use the pool cue until after his Heel–Face Turn.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Given his feelings for Princess Shayla. He's very reluctant to act on them, both because of his sense of duty and guilt for his former actions.
  • Demonic Possession: Merrick's consciousness and physical being fused with the wolfish Duke org Zen-Aku after he put on the mask housing Zen-Aku's spirit.
  • Did Not Get the Girl: Ultimately, Shayla turns down his offer to be with her on the Animarium at the end of the series so that he can have a life of his own.
  • Dynamic Entry: In "Reinforcements from the Future, Part 2," Merrick appears just before the morphing sequence. He shouts "Stop!" at the Mut-Orgs. When they ask who's there, Merrick shows himself and is flanked by his fellow rangers.
  • Ineffectual Loner: He has to be reminded that he's not the only one fighting the Orgs when things don't go well for him in battle.
  • I Work Alone: More due to not forgiving himself than any actual dislike for the Rangers.
  • Lunacy: Due to his wolf-themed powers, the moon is also a strong motif of his. When he was Zen-Aku, his powers waxed and waned with the moon. Nights of the New Moon were the only time he would completely revert to Merrick until the curse was broken.
  • Gun Blade: His weapon is a pool cue stick that doubles as a gun.
  • Magical Flutist: Subverted. His flute playing was more magical when he was Zen-Aku and used it to summon his zords. However, his flute playing, in conjunction with Princess Shayla's singing, helps to tame and soothe the finicky Deer Zord.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: As Zen-Aku. Cursed through a magical mask rather than a bite, and he was basically an inverted werewolf, who was constantly in his 'were-form' except on nights of the New Moon or when the light of the moon was otherwise blocked.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Over 3,000 years to be exact. Until the 65 million year old Zayto in Power Rangers Dino Fury, he was the oldest living Power Ranger.
  • Sixth Ranger: Was this for both the Wild Force Rangers and the original warriors of Animaria.
  • Survivor Guilt: A variation. Merrick deeply regrets his actions which landed him locked in a tomb for 3000 years, and the consequences of that. He was particularly distraught knowing that the Deer Zord was left for all that time feeling abandoned by the people who used to sing and play music for him.
  • Spider-Sense: With the help of the wind, he can sense the presence of nearby Orgs. This proves especially useful while fighting Onikage, who tries to hide from sight during some attacks.
  • Swiss-Army Weapon: His Lunar Cue; it's a gun, sword, and pool cue.
  • This Is Your Brain on Evil: 3,000 years ago Merrick used the power of a cursed wolf mask to defeat Master Org, fully aware that its powers were evil. To his dismay, he could no longer take off the mask and became the Duke Org Zen-Aku. This caused him to unwillingly turn on his comrades, which forced them to imprison him.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With Shayla, in the past.
  • The Stoic: Shows much less emotion than the others.
  • Wolf Man: Wolf-themed Power Ranger and used to be Zen-Aku.


     In General 
  • Adapted Out: Gao Kong is the only Power Animal from Gaoranger not to be adapted, meaning no Gao Knight formation.
  • Animal Mecha: Like the Galactabeasts from Lost Galaxy, the Wildzords are sentient beasts. Most include:
  • Bash Brothers: The Bear Wild Zords are often used together in many battles. As is the Rhino and Armadillo Wildzords.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: The Giraffe Wildzord can change into a arm mounted spear for any Megazord configuration aside from the Isis Megazord. This is referred to as Spear Mode.
  • Disney Death: In the finale, Master Org destroyed all the Wildzords the Rangers collected, but they came back to life to help the Rangers defeat the former once and for all.
  • Improbable Weapon User: The Armadillo Wildzord is mostly used in unorthodox fashion. In Striker Mode or the Isis Megazord, it's used as a soccer ball. In Predator Mode, it's used as a bowling ball.
  • Knightly Sword and Shield: The Elephant Wildzord can split itself into a sword and shield for the Megazords to wield. Predictibly, this formation is called Sword and Shield Mode.
  • Mecha Expansion Pack: For the first time in Power Rangers history, the Wildzords can be interchangeable for different formations should one be unavailable or a certain formation be better against a certain Org.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: In Episode 9, the Rangers tame the Soul Bird, which gives them a new cockpit for the Megazords, and a new Finishing Move for the Wild Force Megazord.
  • Power Pincers: The Deer Wildzord can change into an arm mounted pincer for any Megazord configuration aside from the Isis Megazord. This is referred to as Clutcher Mode.

     Wild Force Megazord 

Wild Force Megazord

The core five Rangers' first Megazord. It is comprised of their totem Wildzords.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: Double Knuckle Mode was one of the strongest formations the Rangers had early on, thanks to the strength of the Bear Wildzords. But there was one big flaw, the power was too much for the Lion Wildzord to handle and one finisher caused it to tire out quickly. Once Cole got the Gorilla Wildzord and the Kongazord formation was an option, Double Knuckle Mode was retired.
  • Combining Mecha: Five Wildzords that form the Wild Force Megazord.
  • Cool Sword: It's primary weapon is the Fin Blade, which is from the tail of the Shark Wildzord. In Sword and Shield Mode, the Megazord wields a sword made from the Elephant Wildzord's main body and trunk.
  • Finishing Move:
    • Wild Force Megazord:
      • Wild Force Mega Roar: A combined multi-colored energy blast is released from the entire Megazord's superstructure with a silhouette of all the separate Wildzords encased within the attack, plowing through and obliterate the Org.
      • Soul Bird Cannon: An upgraded finisher with the Soul Bird. An energy blast is fired from the mouth of the Soul Bird and comes from the mouths of all the Wildzords forming the Megazord, obliterating the Org.
    • Sword and Shield Mode: Pachyderm Crusher: The Megazord raises the Elephant Sword high above its head, glowing with power as it curves itself into an energy whip, which the Megazord cracks and uses to destroy its enemies with a final slash.
    • Spear Mode: Giraffe Spear: The Giraffe Wildzord's head is launched from its long neck and transforms into a flaming massive-impact spear that impales its target and destroys it.
    • Double Knuckle Mode: Bear Blasters: The Megazord shoots a combo blast of fire and ice beams from the cannons protruding from the Bear Wildzords' mouths.
    • Striker Mode: Final Strike: The Armadillo Wildzord unlocks itself from its compartment, and the Megazord kicks it like a soccer ball at its target. The Armadillo spins and blurs itself into an illusion of the soccer ball, before slamming into its target and destroying it.
    • Predator Mode: Tornado Armadillo Spin: With the Armadillo Wildzord, the Megazord tosses it like a bowling ball while performing the Tornado Spin.
    • Clutcher Mode: Capture Bubble: Using its Clutcher arm, the Megazord encases the Org in a bubble and sends him up into the air as he dissipates into energy.
  • Power Fist: The Wild Force Megazord can use the Shark Surge and Tiger Fury attacks by punching at the Org.



The second Megazord to make its debut. It is comprised of the Gorilla, Black Bear, Polar Bear, Eagle, and Bison Wildzords.
  • Anchors Away: While the Kongazord primarily uses its bare hands to fight an Org, it does wield a Swing Anchor, an gold anchor that is attached to a chain.
  • Combining Mecha: Somewhat of an alternate combination to the Wild Force Megazord as the combination uses the Gorilla, Black Bear, and Polar Bear Wildzords in place of the Lion, Shark, and Tiger Wildzords.
  • Finishing Move:
    • Kongazord: Double Knuckle Final Strike: The Kongazord charges up its Black Bear arm before raising into it and energy slashing the Org, followed by the same with the Polar Bear arm.
    • Striker Mode: Final Strike: A similar attack to the Wild Force Megazord Striker Mode's as the Kongazord kicks the Armadillo Wildzord with brute force.
  • Full-Potential Upgrade: The Kongazord is this to the Wild Force Megazord Double Knuckle Mode. The Lion Wildzord could not handle the power the Bear Wildzords had, but the Gorilla Wildzord could.
  • Mighty Glacier: The toughest Megazord the Rangers have thanks to the Gorilla and Bear Wildzords powers complimenting each other.



The Lunar Wolf Ranger's Megazord, comprised of his three main Wildzords. The Predazord was originally under the control of Zen-Aku as a Dark Zord, but once Merrick broke free from the mask's curse, it was purified.
  • Battle Boomerang: One of the Predazord's weapons is the Crescent Boomerang, which was the tail of the Wolf Wildzord. When not in use, it is stored on the chest of the Predazord.
  • Chest Blaster: The Alligator head can unfold from the Predazord's chest to act as a makeshift blaster, which is how the Predator Wave is used.
  • Combat Cue Stick: The Predazord's main weapon is the Lunar Staff, which can utilize Merrick's pool shark skills to it fullest.
  • Combining Mecha: A combination of the Lunar Wolf Ranger's Wildzords: the Wolf, the Hammerhead Shark, and the Alligator.
  • Finishing Move:
    • Dark Predazord: Predator Wave: The Predazord fires a stream of white energy similar to the manner of the Mega Roar from the Alligator Wildzord's mouth.
    • Light Predazord: Revolver Phantom: Using the Gator Staff, the Predazord dashes toward the Org with the Staff spinning like a drill.
    • Blue Moon Mode: Blue Moon Wave: A more powerful version of the Predator Wave, which involves the Predazord firing a blue beam from the Alligator Wildzord's mouth.
  • Good Costume Switch: When the Predazord was under Zen-Aku's orders, the head was a wolf with an Org horn sprouting from the skull. When it was purified, the head sheds the horn and the wolf head opens to reveal a heroic face.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After spending the entire Zen-Aku arc fighting the Rangers, the Predazord was purified and became allies once Merrick broke free from the curse.
  • Lunacy: During the fight against Toy Org, the Rangers used their connections to their Wildzords to grant the Predazord Blue Moon Mode, which transforms the color of the Alligator Wildzord from green to blue.

     Isis Megazord 

Isis Megazord

The Rangers' third Megazord. It is comprised of the Falcon, Giraffe, Deer, Rhino, and Armadillo Wildzord.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Its right arm is the Giraffe Spear.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: The four Wildzords that appeared before the Falcon Wildzord were first used as auxiliary Zords for limb changes. With the Falcon Wildzord, they combine into a proper Megazord.
  • Combining Mecha: A combination of the Falcon Wildzord and the four former auxiliary Wildzords.
  • Dual Wielding: In Predator Mode, the Isis Megazord wields the Predazord's Gator Staff and Wolf Boomerang.
  • Finishing Move:
    • Isis Megazord: Final Strike: The Isis Megazord kicks the Armadillo Wildzord at the Org to destroy it.
    • Predator Mode: Wings of Animaria: The Isis Megazord tosses the Wolf Boomerang at the opponent, which comes back, attaches to the Gator staff, and then finishes the opponent by stabbing it at full speed.
  • Flight: Thanks to the Falcon Wildzord's wings, the Isis Megazord can fly in the air.
  • Power Pincers: Its left arm is the Deer Clutcher.

     Pegasus Megazord 

Pegasus Megazord

A Megazord configuration composing of the Lion, Shark, Tiger, Falcon, and Elephant Wildzords.
  • Demoted to Extra: GaoKentaurus appeared in two episodes of Gaoranger. Pegasus Megazord had only one episode.
  • Finishing Move: After stunning the Org with the Isis Stare, the Megazord uses the Elephant Saber to slash at them five times to destroy them.
  • Knightly Sword and Shield: The Pegasus Megazord wields the Elephant Wildzord in its Sword and Shield Mode.


    Princess Shayla 

Princess Shayla
Portrayed by: Ann Marie Crouch
Voiced by: Ishtar Sánez (Latin American Spanish)

The Princess of the Animarium. She went into a deep sleep during the battle of the Orgs 3000 years ago. When the Orgs reawoke, she woke up in response and recruited five young adults to help her.

  • Adults Are Useless. And how. Over three thousand years old with vast experience that in theory could be helpful to our young heroes, but she only ever thinks to bring said experience up after the heroes have already found something out.
  • Character Signature Song: The song of Animaria, which she sings for the Deer Zord.
  • Composite Character: Her counterpart in Gaoranger was NOT immortal. The Silver Ranger’s former charge was said counterpart’s grandmother.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: While she doesn't get to fight one-on-one much and often kidnapped (Justified as she's often taken when she least expects it), she is arguably the most badass of the mentor characters (who are not rangers themselves) in Power Rangers as she fights Toxica one-on-one and stands up to her incredibly well, though Toxica lacked her Orc Horn as well. Then again, we're talking about the same woman that's been around for 3,000 years (at least, it's never said exactly how old she is.) and managed to sing to Gao Dias/Deer Zord, who's one of the pickier Wild Zords, though extremely dedicated to the task of defending the Earth.
  • Distressed Damsel: Four times over the course of the series, but the fourth time she is also a Damsel out of Distress.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: As she spent 3000 years asleep, she's unaware of technological advancement, as she in one episode called Max's old TV a "talking box".
  • Flowers of Nature: She wears a crown of white and blue flowers, befitting her goal to protect nature.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: "I'm a guardian of the Earth, too."
  • Meaningful Name: Her name is Arabic for "little mountain", which is a possible reference to her role as princess of the Animarium.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Was asleep for 3000 years, until the new Power Rangers answered their call.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: Looks all the part of a stereotypical helpless princess who others have to guard. But she always stands her ground when threatened, and on several occasions steps in to protect or save the other rangers.
  • Team Mom: She serves as a maternal figure for the team.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Taylor's Tomboy.
  • Tragic Keepsake: She wears her distinctive necklace in memory of the person who gave it to her, Which serves as a plot point when he turns up alive but brainwashed., that's until Master Org steals it from her near the finale.
  • White Magician Girl: Wears all white and has various protective magical abilities.



Portrayed by: Sandra McCoy

A flower shop girl and Danny's crush.

  • Innocent Flower Girl: She worked in the flower shop Danny himself worked at before becoming a ranger.
  • Love Interest: Danny has been in love with her before he became a Ranger, which, according to Alyssa, was only about 2 months before the start of the season.
  • Nice Girl: She's a sweet girl and understanding, so of course she feels the same way for Danny. But she turns him down so he could focus on being a Ranger.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: She gains another suitor named Collin in "Three's A Crowd." He is pompous and rude and brags about how his riches would make him an ideal love while dismissing Danny's homemade bracelet for her. She leaves Collin while he's in the middle of his speech and wears Danny's bracelet.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: We never learn if Danny ever started a relationship with her after his duties ended.



Portrayed by: Ryan Goldstein (as Kite)
Voiced by: Charles Gideon Davis

A god-like Megazord and the direct ancestor to the Wild Force Megazord. He aided the Rangers mostly in spirit form as he lost his previous one due to falling at the hands of Master Org. However, he would be reincarnated into a young boy named Kite after four of the Rangers unlocked the Falcon Wild Zord.

  • Ancient Egypt: His head resembles a Pharaoh's crown.
  • Animal Mecha: His true form is a golden Megazord.
  • Big Good: Qualifies as this series' highest-level force of good due to being the progenitor of the Wild Zords.
  • Jerkass Gods: In "Monitoring Earth", he takes away the Wild Zords from the Wild Force Rangers with the reasoning that the Rangers' failure to prevent pollution means that they don't deserve the Wild Zords' help, thanks to Mandilok's trickery. After the Rangers indirectly call out Animus for his actions in the next episode, Animus willingly return the Wild Zords and claim that this was just a test to see how determined they truly were to defend the Earth.
  • Tomato Surprise: The boy Kite is actually him in human form.

    Veteran Red Rangers 

Veteran Red Rangers

Portrayed by: Austin St. John (Jason Lee Scott), Jason David Frank (Tommy Oliver), Selwyn Ward (T.J. Johnson), Christopher Khayman Lee (Andros), Danny Slavin (Leo Corbett), Sean Cw Johnson (Carter Grayson), Jason Faunt (Wesley Collins), Dan Southworth (Eric Myers)
Voiced by: Christopher Glenn (Aurico), Jesús Barrero (Jason Lee Scott, Latin American Spanish dub), Daniel Abundis (Tommy Oliver, Latin American Spanish dub), Benjamín Rivera (T.J. Johnson and Carter Grayson, Latin American Spanish dub), Gabriel Gama (Andros, Latin American Spanish dub), Alfredo Gabriel Basurto (Leo Corbett, Latin American Spanish dub), José Arenas (Wesley Collins, Latin American Spanish dub), Jorge Ornelas (Eric Myers, Latin American Spanish dub), Javier Olguín (Aurico, Latin American Spanish dub)

After the Machine Empire Generals found Serpentera, Power Ranger Veteran Tommy assembled a team of Red Rangers to help in ridding the Empire once and for all.

  • Ascended Extra: In the original Gaorangers vs. Super Sentai, all the returning red rangers except Red Falcon just did a Continuity Cameo. Here, they are the undisputed stars of the anniversary Crossover special. Special mention also goes to Eric, who thanks to being Spared by the Adaptation, can participate in the special.
  • The Bus Came Back: A lot of them returned from their previous seasons, but more specifically Jason and Tommy since both of them were last seen during Turbo.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: A bit more than a cameo, but Wes and Eric already made an appearance in "Reinforcements From The Future", joining their Time Force teammates with the Wild Force Rangers.
  • The Faceless: Aurico is the only Ranger that stayed morphed. Leo narrowly averted this due to Real Life Writes the Plot.
  • Long Bus Trip: Rocky is notably the only former red ranger missing. note 
  • The Unreveal: There's no explanation of how Jason, Tommy, and T.J. were able to regain their respective powers. While Tommy's excuse could be that he kept his Zeo Sub crystal somewhere, Jason gave up his Mighty Morphin powers to Rocky, while T.J. lost his Turbo powers in the finale.


The Orgs

    Master Org 

Master Org / Dr. Viktor Adler
His Second Form 
His final form 
Portrayed by: Ilia Volok
Voiced by: Andrés García (Latin American Spanish)

The ruler of the Orgs, who wants to pollute the Earth and have the Orgs rule the world.

  • Adaptational Badass: Org Master in Gaoranger was nothing more than a figurehead of power with the Highnesses being the true leaders overall and the ones who gave the idol its power to rule over Orgs. Master Org is very much not a figurehead here. Additionally he presents various powers and stronger abilities than his Sentai counterparts, and in his final form he can enlarge himself on his own, whereas Senki required Tsuetsue's upgraded staff to do so.
  • Adaptational Late Appearance: His costume came from Gosei Sentai Dairanger's Emperor Gorma XV—even though Dairanger footage was used for season 2 of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
  • Adaptational Villainy: His Gaoranger counterparts were nasty beings already, but the addition of his backstory as a human and willing turn to evil makes him even worse than them.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: Despite all he has done, Cole refuses to kill him in revenge like he did his parents, despite Adler's protests and at the end visits his grave in the final episode hoping Dr. Adler found peace. Other than that however, it's unlikely anybody else will actually miss him after his death considering how much of an irredeemable monster he was
  • Arch-Enemy: While he's the enemy to all of the Wild Force Rangers, he has the most personal hate for Cole. He was the one who killed Cole's parents out of a petty belief they "betrayed" him and would have killed Cole as a baby had his mother not hide him. While Cole doesn't share the animosity, he's forced to accept Adler is irredeemable and taking his life is the only means to stop him.
  • Ax-Crazy: He is clearly unhinged and expresses it through destroying org statues in his rages as well as boasting to Cole on how he killed Cole's parents.
  • Bad Boss: Tortures Toxica and Jindrax for various failures.
  • Beyond Redemption: Despite what Cole and even Princess Shayla try, Adler has thrown his humanity away, rejected any offer of redemption, and despises being forgiven. In the end, destroying him is the only way to end his terror. The irony is that several Orgs actually show far more redeeming qualities and humanity than he does.
  • Big Bad: The main villain of the series, plotting to Take Over the World by destroying humans and nature.
  • Came Back Strong: At the end of "The Master's Last Stand", after being defeated by Cole and stripped of his powers, he was thrown off a cliff to his death by Mandilok. He then grew a horn, and upon returning some episodes later, showed that he was no longer pretending to be an Org.
  • Canon Foreigner: Viktor Adler has nothing remotely close to a Gaoranger counterpart and was created exclusively for the show while being given the role of various major Orgs of Gaoranger.
  • Composite Character: He takes up the role of the Org Master in Gaoranger (who turned out to be a powerful but non-sapient figurehead), the three Highness Dukes in Gaoranger (who are all turned into secondary villains here) as well as that of the Ultimate Orgs (Hyakkimaru and Senki) even merging them into being one and the same (whereas in the original both Ultimate Orgs were entirely different entities born of different sets of Orgs fusing into a single being). Likewise, he also takes up the role of Lost Highness Duke Rakushaasa (who was stated to be the most powerful Org and leader of all Highness Dukes even if he died in his debut film and never appeared outside of it). And finally, his empowerment of Nayzor, Jindrax and Toxica means he inherits the role of the Thousand Year Evil that corrupted Merrick's Gaoranger counterpart Shirogane into Rouki, Zen-Aku's counterpart, in Gaoranger
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: In almost every single way to Ransik - Ransik was turned evil because of an accident and being the victim of Fantastic Racism due to said accident, but ultimately caring for his daughter Nadira, surrendering to the rangers after almost killing her by accident, and even was able to become human and atone for his sins in this season during an attempted Heroic Sacrifice. Viktor Adler, on the other hand, started as a decent human but chose to become evil due to a perceived rejection by Cole's mother (who never knew his feelings for her), and he rejected the chance to redeem himself in turn.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Dishes out a chain of these in the finale. He easily defeats the Rangers while human sized and after growing into a giant he proceeds to destroy all of their zords with one swing each.
  • Decomposite Character: His costume came from Gosei Sentai Dairanger's Emperor Gorma XV—even though Dairanger footage was used for season 2 of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, thus the Emperor's role went to Lord Zedd.
  • Disney Villain Death: Mandilok drops him off a cliff after he loses his powers. Then he grows a horn and becomes a real Org. Counts also as a symbolical example, since the fall definitely killed Dr. Viktor Adler for good.
  • The Dreaded: He is universally feared by humans and orgs.
  • Entitled to Have You: Felt that he was the one who truly deserved the affection of Cole's mother, to the point of swallowing the remains of Master Org and using his new powers to murder both her and Cole's father when she chose the latter instead.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Failed to understand why Cole refused to take revenge despite having every reason to end his life.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Merrick. Both were humans who became Orgs but Merrick became an Org to save the world while Adler became an Org because of his jealousy and misanthropy.
  • Evil Feels Good: He embraces the evils he commits once he becomes the new Master Org.
  • Evil Is Petty: Once Dr. Adler swallowed the seeds, he murdered his former friends, tried to kill their baby, and has set out to destroy the human race because of jealousy.
  • Final Boss: He takes on a more monstrous form in “The End of the Power Rangers” and is the last enemy the team must face. He’s also this in a meta-sense for the Saban/American filmed seasons of the franchise as the series would be filmed in New Zealand from then on.
  • Freudian Excuse: Subverted. The woman who would eventually become Cole's mother choosing his future father over him, not getting the same credit for finding Animaria as the two, and resentment of the birth of their son, Dr. Adler chose to MURDER the parents after eating the org seeds in revenge. Rather than being sympathetic or redeemable, it only made him petty, as he chose to go down the path of evil. It also doesn't excuse destroying all of humanity or treating his Org minions like dirt.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: He used to be a normal human being before becoming a threat to the entire planet.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: His motivation to get revenge on Cole's parents was jealousy out of them getting what he felt he deserved.
  • Ham-to-Ham Combat: Whenever he and Cole meet, they both chew the scenery.
  • Hate Sink: What makes him unique among most villains before him was that he used to be a normal human being. He had friends, a career, and the capacity to fall in love. However, when the woman he wanted to marry was already engaged and eventually had a baby, then the man she was engaged to stole the spotlight from him, he became hateful and started accusing his former friends of ruining his life and stealing credit for his work. He willfully ate the remains of Master Org, causing Master Org to possess him to murder them and attempt to murder their baby. Years later, he'd try to destroy all of nature and humanity, and even betray his own Orgs, for extremely petty reasons.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: His first defeat is the result of Cole absorbing his own energy blast via his Battlizer and sending it right back at him.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: He stands out as one of the cruelest villains in the franchise with nothing redeeming about him. It's also highlighted in this season in particular where Orgs like Jindrax, Toxica, and Zen-Aku demonstrate redeeming qualities while he doesn't. Especially given that all of them are supposed to be heartless demons yet he is a human with a heart that chose to be evil with no outside influence (and no, the ancient master org doesn't count, as it's only after he becomes a real Org) and never strays from that path ever even when others show him mercy and compassion and not even his past excuses his actions.
  • If I Can't Have You…: Part of the reason Master Org murdered Cole's parents: he was in love with Cole's mother, who married Cole's father instead. He was convinced she was 'stolen' from him and had them both murdered upon becoming the new Master Org.
  • Irony: Of all the Power Rangers villains, he simultaneously holds the record for destroying the most Zords and the record having been defeated by the most Zords - he killed all of the Rangers' Zords, but not only did they come back, but lots more showed up, meaning that he was defeated by over 100 Zords.
  • I've Come Too Far: Said word for word when Princess Shayla reminds him of his former life and calls him by his old name. He rejects the idea of turning back, having come too far, and wouldn't go back even if he wanted to.
  • The Juggernaut: His One-Winged Angel in the finale proved almost unstoppable. After easily defeating the Rangers while human sized, he proceeded to lay waste to every Zord they sent after him. He's only defeated when the Zords are Back from the Dead, along all of the dozens of other Wild Zords return.
  • Knight of Cerebus: He stands as one of Power Rangers cruelest villains. Unlike his immediate predecessor Ransik, nothing is redeeming about Master Org.
  • Lack of Empathy: If his enjoyment of killing Cole's parents is anything to go by, he doesn't give a flying Frax how amoral or consequential his actions are, so long as he completes his petty revenge.
  • Large Ham: Almost to Tommy Wiseau levels.
  • Last Villain Stand: Had two actually:
    • The first came, appropriately enough, in the episode "The Master's Last Stand". With his Org powers nearly gone and Jindrax and Toxica having abandoned him, he decided to face the Rangers on his own, only to be soundly defeated by Cole.
    • His second final stand was an inversion in the finale where, after completing his Org transformation, he singlehandedly nearly defeated the Rangers and took over the world.
  • Love Makes You Evil: Loved Cole's mother, but Cole's father proposed before he could. He consumed the remains of Master Org, allowing him to murder them both.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Had a few occasions where he threw the magic seeds at the Org remains without Toxica's incantation.
  • Misplaced Retribution: So he holds his colleagues responsible for being rejected in both love and work and kills them both in response. Does he stop there? No. He tries killing Cole when he was a baby, betrayed the entirety of his kind, and abused the Orgs under his command when none of them had anything to do with his pain except that they exist. Another reason why he's petty rather than tragic.
  • Mood-Swinger: Master Org can alternate between calm and smug sociopath to unhinged maniac if he doesn't get his way. When he's raging, he'll destroy dormant Org statues, meaning he's effectively killing off the entire Org race.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Dr. Viktor Adler is a legitimate genius and has a doctorate. He is also a vile, omnicidal monster who wants to wipe out all human life. It's notable that he's always referred to by the heroes as Dr. Adler.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: Almost every time he captures Princess Shayla, he touches her face in a creepy way.
  • One-Man Army: Perhaps the biggest one in Power Rangers history, as following the completion of his transformation, he single-handedly destroyed all of the Rangers' Zords, stripped them of their powers, and nearly took over the world. And all of this was after he had no more monsters or minions.
  • One-Winged Angel: In the end, absorbs the Org Heart and transforms into a near-unstoppable behemoth who singlehandedly kills all the Wild Zords and nearly wins. The only thing that stops him is all the Wild Zords coming Back from the Dead.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Justified at first, because he's initially only a transformed human with some powers, and wouldn't be much of a threat on his own. Then he goes One-Winged Angel.
  • Original Generation: While there is an Org Master in the Japanese version, it was just a stone idol and not a character. Master Org is an original creation made for Wild Force, filling the role what became the General Orgs did in the original, though his costume was taken from an unrelated villain from a previous season: the Gorma Emperor. The True Final Boss, Ultimate Org Senki, was changed into his One-Winged Angel form.
  • Redemption Rejection: Shayla attempts to reason with him, even using his real name and telling him Cole forgives him. He rejects this, proving once and for all, there's no ounce of good in him.
  • The Resenter: Dr. Adler and Mr. and Mrs. Evans held a press conference to announce that they were poised to prove the existence of Animaria, but he was shunned, and they got all the attention. This made him more jealous of them than he already was, and he was driven to swallow the seeds which would turn him into a monster.
  • Revenge Myopia: He claims that his revenge on Cole's parents was a rightful one, that they deserved it for their "betrayal", and that everything about it is his suffering. These claims ignore that the mother did not know his love for her, so she can't be blamed for choosing Cole's father. That and they remained friends and partners with him even after their marriage and birth to Cole. So in reality, it was not rightful, deserved, or even justified, except in his mind.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: His backstory has him murdering Cole's parents out of a perceived betrayal, which he called his "rightful revenge". Toward the end of the season, he also engaged in this to make those who betrayed him pay, including his own Orgs.
  • Rogues' Gallery Transplant: Has the physical appearance of Emperor Gorma XV, who is Gosei Sentai Dairanger's Big Bad.
  • Sadist: He admits to Cole he enjoyed every moment of murdering his parents. And that was just his idea of showing mercy. He decides to torture the rangers to death, promising to enjoy it even more.
  • Self-Serving Memory: As flashbacks are shown, he tells Cole the story of how his parents betrayed him, how Cole's father stole the woman he loved and how they stole credit for his work. This could've been a somewhat understandable Freudian Excuse, if not for the flashbacks actually showing the viewer that the exact opposite is true and he's actually being petty. He may have been friends with them, but he had only assumed Cole's mother returned his feelings and never spoke to her over being more than friends and was going to propose to her right away without any indication they had so much as talked about anything outside their research. As such, his view of Cole's father stealing his love was him not realizing he was just a work friend to them. In addition, what he considers stealing credit was a reporter at their conference more interested in talking to them instead of him.
  • The Sociopath: He killed his former best friend for "stealing his love" and said love for not knowing his feelings, blaming them for everything rather than be remorseful about it. He then set out to destroy mankind, not even batting an eye to the well-being of his own Orgs.
  • That Man Is Dead: When the captive Princess Shayla calls him "Dr. Adler", he gets furious and states that's not his name anymore. Given his previous Disney Villain Death, it counts on both literal and symbolical levels.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He starts as a manipulator who remains in the shadows and has some powers but otherwise does not want to face the Rangers in direct combat lest he be defeated and exposed. By the end of the series, he flattens all of the Rangers with ease, destroys all of the Wild Zords with one strike each and comes very close to winning by covering Earth in an acid rain meant to terraform the planet.
  • Trauma Button: Cole denouncing him as a coward in "Soul Searching" actually leaves Master Org quite shaken. Later in the season, we'd learn that Adler never had the courage to express his love for Cole's mother, nor did he ever voice his frustrations over his belief that Cole's father had slighted him personally and professionally, thus demonstrating why Cole's statement rattled him so much. For all of his Self-Serving Memory and justifications for his Roaring Rampage of Revenge described above, even Master Org is aware on some level that his excuses and self-pity don't hold any water.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Accent aside, Master Org is a murderer and a sociopath who committed crimes like onscreen murders, in a season where the Megazord can defeat opponents by kicking a giant robot armadillo with a CG soccer stadium in the background.
  • Walking Spoiler: Many sensible key plot points of Wild Force revolve around him, his past and his mutual hatred relationship with Cole.
  • Was Once a Man: Early on, subverted, while he has some of Master Org's powers and physique he's still very much mostly human. But then he grew a horn after Mandilok seemingly killed him. By then he was no longer faking it and had truly become the Master Org, not just a fake.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Dr. Adler used to be good friends with Cole's birth parents and fell for Cole's mother. He wanted to propose to her, but Cole's father beat him to it. Neither was aware of his feelings for her or that he grew to hate them for what he perceived as stealing his love and his work long before he found those seeds.
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: French? German? Swedish? Who knows? It also affects his delivery of lines, ranging from Accent Upon The Wrong Syllable to just weird syntax. The actor is actually Ukrainian.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Master Org tried to kill Cole when he was a baby, but Cole's mother hid him away from him, he had absolutely no remorse in doing so and given his willingness to destroy all lifeforms for his own ego it's clear that he would kill children if he feels like it.

The Original Master Org

The original Master Org who appeared and fell 3,000 years ago. His defeat signaled the end of the first Human-Org War, and his legacy lead to severe repercussions for the entire series, as a particular human took on his name and identity.
  • Adaptation Expansion: Hyakkimaru in Gaoranger had a very minor yet pivotal role in the plot, here the original Master Org gets more than just flashback appearances.
  • Ascended Extra: Hyakkimaru in Gaoranger appeared solely in flashbacks and was fully long dead by the present time not to mention he was more of a brute enforcer despite being the leader, here Master Org's power survived his destruction and was taken by Viktor Adler who allowed the original Master Org to return in some capacity in the final arc.
  • The Corrupter: Heavily implied to be influencing Adler, though Adler himself was already plenty evil and has full agency of his actions before he grew his horn.
  • Composite Character: Primarily based on Ultimate Org Hyakkimaru who in Gaoranger was a Fusion Dance of multiple Highness Dukes in the past, here he is a singular being and gets merged with the Highness Dukes and all major villains (such as the movie-exclusive Rakushaasa and the Thousand Year Evil) into a singular antagonist along with Canon Foreigner Viktor Adler.
  • The Dreaded: He is universally feared by humans (for his power, evil and influence) and Orgs (as most fear disappointing or getting on his bad side).
  • Greater-Scope Villain: The original Master Org initially doesn't confront the Rangers due to his powers being used by Dr. Adler. But after Adler is killed by Mandilok, he grows a real horn, then kills Mandilok in revenge. There is some implication that the original Master Org has been influencing him from the very beginning. How much of his influence he has is unknown, though Adler's evil deeds are still his own.
  • Predecessor Villain: Long since dead, his power and potentially his influence lives on in Adler.

General Orgs

    In General 

In General

The Master Org's highest-ranked forces and some of his most powerful forces.
  • Co-Dragons: Implicitly this to the Master Org given their rank and power, and the fact that he resurrects them specifically to guard the Nexus.
  • Demoted to Extra: They were the collective main antagonists in Gaoranger, each general having their own stint as main villain, here Shuten/Retinax and Ura/Nayzor are secondary villains and Rasetsu/Mandilok's a Big Bad Wannabe.
  • Mix-and-Match Weapon: The Nexus Blade, which is a combination of Retinax's axe, Nayzor's fan, and Mandilok's fork and knife. It essentially serves as an Evil Counterpart to the Wild Force Rangers' Jungle Sword.


Voiced by: Michael Sorich
An eye-themed General Org and bodyguard to the original Master Org.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: None of Shuten's Bad Boss moments and more irrationally angry traits are adapted for him, save for a brief breakdown as the Rangers overwhelm him.
  • Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived during Sealing the Nexus by Master Org to protect the Nexus while he performed the Org Heart ritual.
  • Bodyguarding a Badass: From what little fighting the Master Org shows, he's vastly superior to Retinax in powers and strength, yet the General Org still served as his personal bodyguard.
  • The Brute: Master Org's Battle Butler with an axe.
  • Demoted to Extra: An extreme example. He was the first arc villain of Gaoranger and appeared for 17 episodes total in the series, but was hit harder than Nayzor and Mandilok as he only appeared in two episodes despite still being one of the highest-ranked Orgs.
  • Evil Virtues: A villain though he is, Retinax is undoubtedly loyal to his master and his fellow Orgs. When Freezer Org sacrifices himself to freeze the Zords, Retinax says that his sacrifice will not be forgotten. He is also able to easily see through Dr. Adler's disguise and rather than take immediate action against the imposter he takes his time to ask him who he is, before he gets killed to keep him silenced.
  • Extendable Arms: He can extend his arms to wrap around enemies.
  • Eye Laser: Can fire this from his eye.
  • Killed to Uphold the Masquerade: After he's defeated by the Rangers, Master Org makes sure he is destroyed because, as Toxica said, Retinax is perhaps the one Org who could verify him. Him saying "Who are you?" before his destruction is a hint that the Master Org the rangers are dealing with is different from the one he knows.
  • Meaningful Name: His name is based on the retina, a major part of the eye.
  • My Greatest Failure: As he was the Master Org's bodyguard he blamed himself for his death and spent years wandering Earth waiting for a chance to redeem himself.
  • No-Sell: The Rangers aren't able to hurt him until the Soul Bird lends its power.
  • The Worf Effect: Retinax was pretty close to invincible and nearly beat the Wild Force Rangers even with both Megazords they had at once, but the tables were turned when the Soul Bird arrived and let them defeat him at last.


Voiced by: Ken Merckx
A nose/ear-themed General Org who the Master awakens after Retinax's defeat so as to carry out a new plan involving the Wolf Duke Org, Zen-Aku.
  • Adaptational Wimp: His Gaoranger counterpart took a lot more punishment to be killed off in his final form and even survived his giant fight, requiring a finisher on the ground to end him for good.
  • Back from the Dead: Was briefly revived during The Wings of Animaria and Sealing the Nexus.
  • Came Back Strong: Was revived by Master Org as the extremely powerful Super Nayzor in The Wings of Animaria.
  • Combat Hand Fan: Wields a paper fan as his main weapon.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Highness Duke Org Ura in his Super Ura form actually survived his giant defeat in Gaoranger, but was finished off on the ground in his normal form. Super Nayzor, however, is definitely killed by the Isis Megazord's Final Strike.
  • The Evil Genius: Master Org's Mad Scientist.
  • The Heavy: He's the one most active during the Zen-Aku Arc, personally overseeing several events on his Master's order.
  • One-Winged Angel: When he was revived during The Wings of Animaria, he came back more monstrous as Super Nayzor.
  • Wolverine Claws: Sports these as Super Nayzor.
  • The Worf Effect: Powerful enough to come close to killing the Wild Force team in his Super Form and was basically unstoppable until the debut of the Falcon Zord and the Isis Megazord that allowed the heroes to destroy him again.


Voiced by: Barbara Goodson and Ezra Weisz (English), Alejandro Villeli and Catalina Musquiz (Latin American Spanish)
A mouth-themed Org that takes over as the second leader after Jindrax and Toxica awoke him, overthrowing and killing the weakened Master Org. His plan is to devour everything he can to sate his hunger and render Earth a barren wasteland.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Although Rasetsu did kill Tsuetsue, her and Yabaiba still remain on the side of evil afterwards, whereas Mandilok's murdering of Toxica traumatizes Jindrax so much that they both prompt a Heel–Face Turn after Jindrax successfully revives her.
  • Adaptational Wimp: After Master Org came back, Mandilok is easily killed off without even being given a chance to fight back. Gaoranger gave him a whole episode with a big final attack on the Rangers ending in a giant fight (though Rasetsu was quickly and easily taken down as opposed to the previous Highness Duke's more extensive fights). Though he gets to last as long as his counterpart once he returns in the last arc.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Since Mandilok has two voices, one male and one female, the character's gender is hard to determine. Lampshaded when Jindrax doesn't know whether to use "sir" or "ma'am" when addressing Mandilok. Though, most fans refer to Mandilok as male, due to their masculine appearance and their male voice being used far more frequently than their female voice.
  • Bad Boss: Shows Jindrax and Toxica no respect, no matter how hard they work to please him.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Despite taking over as the main antagonist for a while, Mandilok doesn't have the chops to lead the Orgs to greatness the same way as Master Org, being too preoccupied with his hedonistic hunger to care. And when the Master Org returns, Mandilok isn't able to put up much, if any, resistance against the Master's efforts to retake his spot as the main threat.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Highness Duke Org Rasetsu had a genuine final battle against the Gaoranger, culminating in an (admittedly one-sided on the Gaoranger's side) showdown with GaoCentaurus. Here, he's instead executed by Master Org for his treachery after the latter's return and only fought the Rangers in his introduction episode beforehand. Though he dies a second time almost the same way as his counterpart did but in here he's killed by the American-exclusive Jungle Blaster rather than the Jungle Sword/Haja Hyakujuken.
  • Double Weapon: His main weapon is a double-ended staff with a knife and fork on each end. He can separate them as well.
  • Hate Sink: Not quite as big as one as Master Org, but he still counts. He treats his own Duke Orgs like garbage, electrocutes his own subordinates whenever they fail him, and his murdering of Toxica was enough to cause even the Rangers themselves to feel sympathy for her. If Jindrax's statement of Master Org destroying everyone around him was anything to go by, Mandilok is definitely the only out of those victims who truly deserves it.
  • The Heavy: The leader of the General Orgs and Interim Villain during the last third of the show.
  • Interim Villain: He's the main antagonist during Master Org's absence.
  • Karmic Death: He gets killed by the revived Master Org/Viktor Adler in revenge for killing him first at the edge of a cliff, which is where Mandilok threw Adler to his death.
  • The Starscream: Took over as the leader of the Orgs when Master Org turned out to be a fake, and killed him to establish himself as it. It doesn't last. If Master Org's words in his return are anything to go by, he was already gunning to take the leadership position in treacherous manners even all the way in the past before anything of Viktor Adler's fiasco came.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: After Toxica and Jindrax free him, Mandilok treats them with no respect, even temporarily replacing them with new Duke Orgs right off the bat.
  • Villainous Glutton: Has a voracious appetite to the point of being a Extreme Omnivore. Mandilok's overall goal is to eat whatever he finds, whether it be buildings, food, or even people. It also drives his dislike of Jindrax and Toxica, as their cooking is unable to reach to his standards. According to him, it is all meant to leave Earth a barren wasteland ripe for the Orgs to thrive in.

Duke Orgs


Portrayed by: Danny Wayne Stallcup
Voiced by: Gabriel Ortiz (Latin American Spanish)
The Duke of Orgs and the Master of Blades.
  • Adaptational Heroism: His Sentai counterpart is already a comical villain but he was ultimately genuinely evil and despite his initial hesitance to keep working for the Orgs after Rasetsu tried to have him killed, he ultimately stayed on their side with some prompting from Tsuetsue. Here the incidents with both Mandilok and Master Org's return convinced him and Toxica to pull a Heel–Face Turn and outright help out the Wild Force Rangers in stopping their former faction and saving Princess Shayla from Master Org.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He actually was a decent fighter who could go sword-to-sword with any number of Rangers or spam throwing knives pulled out of Hammerspace.
  • Butt-Monkey: The comic relief villain of the season.
  • Deadly Upgrade: His upgrade into Super Jindrax comes at the expense of his free will. He gets better after a while.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Makes most of the jokes this season.
  • The Determinator: He pulls out all the stops to fight with his brother or revive Toxica.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Seeing his best friend tricked into suicide and then used as a cheap shield led to the next trope.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: His Brother Juggelo; he fought alongside him, took a great risk to protect him, and took it hard that he was destroyed. Also, his abandoning his leaders once and for all comes after... well, see the above spoiler.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Being used and seeing his best friend betrayed by their own kind convinced him to turn against Master Org.
  • The Other Darrin: Though his human form and eventual voice were played by Stallcup, Richard Cansino voiced him in the first four episodes in an outright maniacal voice that didn't fit the character he soon grew into.
  • I Just Want to Be Badass: In "Team Carnival" he considers himself useless, stating even Toxica has more importance due to making monsters grow.
  • Minion Shipping: With Toxica.
  • One-Winged Angel: Gets transformed into Super Jindrax for a few episodes.
  • Redemption Earns Life: At the end of the series, he redeems himself after separating from Master Org; alongside Toxica he's the only Org to make it out alive at the end of the season.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: In Gaoranger, Yabaiba is seemingly killed when the Matrix collapses in the finale before definitely dying for good when struck down by the Haja Hyakujuken and Victory Gadget simultaneously in Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger Vs Gaoranger, while in this series, he survives.
  • Unknown Rival: To Taylor.


Portrayed by: Sin Wong
Voiced by: Adriana Casas (Latin American Spanish)
The Duchess of Orgs and the Mistress of Magic, capable of reviving and growing fallen Orgs.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Her Gaoranger counterpart, Tsuetsue is also a comical villain like her partner, Yabaiba/Jindrax, but she remains an unrepetant villain to the end and even after being resurrected following being used as a meat shield by Rasetsu remains unflinchingly loyal to the Highness Duke Orgs, becoming the main agent in creating Ultimate Org Senki in the finale. Here, being used as a meat shield by Mandilok (and dying in the process) is the last straw, prompting her and Jindrax to call it quits after realizing that the major Orgs don't care about them and even help rescue Princess Shayla and stop Master Org (unknownglingy to them, briefly), which would've been unthinkable for Tsuetsue.
  • The Chew Toy: Nothing ever goes right for her, be it getting constant humiliation at the Ranger's hands or getting berated and punished by her superiors.
  • Dark Action Girl: The female minion of the season.
  • Deadly Upgrade: Done twice, once with power overload, once with loss of free will.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Usually to Jindrax.
  • Disney Death: She's killed when Mandilok uses her already dying body as a shield from the Rangers. Jindrax finds a way to restore her to life.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After getting better.
  • Make My Monster Grow: She says her incantation "Evil spirits of toil and strife, give this fallen Org new life" which releases seeds from her staff, bringing the monster back to life as a giant.
  • Minion Shipping: With Jindrax.
  • One-Winged Angel: Gets transformed into Super Toxica for a few episodes. An even briefer one as Necronomica from using Nayzor’s helmet.
  • Redemption Earns Life: She and Jindrax make a Heel–Face Turn in the end and ride off into the sunset before the final battle.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: In Gaoranger, TsueTsue is seemingly killed when the Matrix collapses in the finale before definitely dying for good when struck down by the Haja Hyakujuken and Victory Gadget simultaneously in Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger Vs Gaoranger, while in this series, Toxica survives after she and Jindrax turn good, they even escape the destruction of the Nexus rather than getting crushed underneath the rubble.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Desperately trying to get the favour of her master, General Mandilok, she's convinced of cutting her own horn to succeed in kidnapping Princess Shayla without fearing being killed by the Animarium's fountain. She later learns that horns don't grow back, yet still pledges loyalty to her master, obsessed with his approval. Then her efforts are dismissed as Mandilok uses her to shield himself from the rangers' attack.


Voiced by: Dan Woren and Lex Lang (English), Rubén Moya and Paco Mauri (Latin American Spanish)
A Wolf Duke Org that was sealed for 3000 years ago, only to be released by Nayzor.
  • Adaptational Late Appearance: Zen-Aku's Enemy Without form appears after Nayzor's final defeat and midway through the Mandilok arc. His Gaoranger counterpart, Rouki, appeared as a separate entity midway through the Ura arc (the arc where Nayzor's counterpart took over as the main villain) and his defeat came before Ura's final defeat.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Rouki is not a Noble Wolf in Gaoranger, at least after being split from Tsukumaro. It should be noted that the original Org Zen-Aku doesn't much exist as a character in Gaoranger. Instead, the "thousand-year evil" is a barely-sentient dark energy sealed in the mask that corrupted Merrick's counterpart into a wolflike Org and later took on that form during the Gaoranger version of "Unfinished Business." After Merrick's counterpart rejects it, it seeks a new host - Just as Planned by Nayzor's counterpart, who uses it to gain his Super Form. In Power Rangers, Zen-Aku is a real Org from the past who comes to care for his host and eventually learns from him. Furthermore, their motives towards the Silver Ranger in their return episodes cement this status for Zen-Aku, as Rouki wanted to kill Shirogane as payback for using him as a power boost for GaoHunter; while Zen-Aku just wants to merge with Merrick again at all costs as he felt lonely and abandoned without his host.
  • Ape Shall Never Kill Ape: Played with. Zenaku ends up killing a fellow Org, but he clearly isn't proud of that action, and is clearly disturbed that he did it, plus the action was probably triggered by the part of Merrick that was still present.
  • The Atoner: In the series finale he accompanies Merrick in his self-imposed journey across the world, seeking to redeem himself for his own crimes.
  • Badass Baritone: It fits for his presence as an antagonist overall, the Latin American dub also gives him a rather raspy voice when separated from Merrick.
  • Beast Man: The only Org to resemble an animal, for a reason.
  • Breakout Villain: Perhaps the most popular antagonist in the Wild Force Saga, his status as a Noble Demon with a strict code of honor might be reasons.
  • Came Back Strong: After Merrick was freed from the curse of the Mask, Princess Shayla notes that the curse previously divided Zen-Aku's power between Merrick, the mask, and the Predazords; as a result, when Zen-Aku returns, he is stronger than when he was merged with Merrick, able to grow on his own and oppose the Wild Force Megazord and the Predazord.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: In the series finale, he only wants to atone for his past sins
  • Death Equals Redemption: After being destroyed, the spirit of Zen-Aku begins following Merrick, seeking atonement.
  • Enemy Within -> Enemy Without: He was the spirit of a mask that Merrick stole from the Org General Nayzor to battle Master Org, knowing full well wearing it would turn him into Zen-Aku. Wearing the mask while trapped in a tomb is what kept him alive. After the mask is destroyed, Zen-Aku reveals he no longer needs a host and starts going after Merrick.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: When Zenaku kills another org, he is not proud of that action, and is clearly disturbed that he did it.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: His eyes glow an ominous yellow, more noticeable in darker environments, like his first battle with the Rangers which took place at night or when he slowly walked out of a tunnel while playing his flute.
  • Honor Before Reason:
    • In the middle of the woods, he finds an injured Alyssa, what does this powerful Org who swore revenge on the Power Rangers do? He bandages her injured knee. He might want to kill the Rangers but what's the point if they're weakened during the fight?
    • During the battle between Taylor and the Motorcycle Org, Zen-Aku keeps the other Rangers at bay, refusing to let them help their teammate. Because he's petty? No. Because he wants the Motorcycle Org to have a fair fight with Taylor.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: The main reason Zen-Aku wanted to merge with Merrick again after his return, was because after Merrick was freed, Zen-Aku felt in his own words "discarded, cast aside, rejected" and sought to restore their bond, which he does in the series finale, but in a good way, accompanying Merrick in his journey to the world and even calls him "old friend".
  • Lightning Bruiser: Zen-Aku is capable of moving at lightning speed and uses his crescent blade to slash the Rangers. It seems to be his signature attack.
  • Master Swordsman: His Crescent Blade certainly helps his case.
  • Meaningful Name: Zen-Aku is literally "good-evil".
  • Musical Assassin: Summons his evil zords with his flute-blade weapon, he also plays it to announce his presence when he enters a battle or when he’s alone just because he likes to,
  • Noble Demon: When Alyssa was injured, he nursed her back to health instead of attacking her.
  • Noble Wolf: While an antagonist, he is not out and out as evil as the orcs and instead is a Noble Demon. He never causes public chaos, the one time he did he was under mind control, and actually helped an unconscious and injured Alyssa, doesn't allow the rangers to interfere with a duel between Taylor and another org, and even protects a dog. At the end of the series, he and Merrick are travelling buddies seeking redemption.
  • "Not So Different" Remark: Says this word to word to Merrick in the finale before joining him on his quest for redemption across the world, as both of them are "lone wolves looking for redemption".
  • Pet the Dog: Literally. He tends to a wolf pup Merrick befriended and the wolf pup seems to have a liking to him.
  • Reduced to Dust: Rather than explode upon his second defeat like most other Orgs, Zen-Aku's body turns to ash and disintegrates, with the wolf mask itself also disintegrating and turned to dust.
  • Savage Wolves: An antagonistic wolf and, when Merrick first puts on his mask, he says "Evil spirit of the wolf..."
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Downplayed. His Sentai counterpart Rouki was killed in Gaoranger, then Silver rejected the Thousand Year Evil spirit that birthed him and to boot the spirit was destroyed at the end of the second arc rendering him Deader than Dead, meanwhile Zen-Aku is dead after his final showdown with the Rangers, but he returns as a spirit at the end of the series and joins Merrick to atone for his misdeeds in life.
  • Walking the Earth: His fate in the final episode, after he returns as a spirit, is to accompany Merrick in his quest for redemption across the Earth now as true friends.
  • Wild Card: Upon his release, Zen-Aku has no loyalty to either side, attacking human and Org alike if they get in the way of his vengeance at least until General Nayzor used an insect to take control of him.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Took the Black Bear and Polar Bear Zords as his own, who first appeared to Taylor as twin boys.

    Artilla & Helicos 

Artilla & Helicos
Voiced by: Michael Sorich (Artilla), Dave Mallow (Helicos)
A tank and helicopter-themed Duke Org duo who Mandilok awakens and appoints as his new Duke Org guards.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Artilla fights with his fists.
  • Battle Boomerang: From the helicopter propellers located on his shoulders, Helicos can fire boomerangs at the enemy.
  • Flat Character: They don't have much characterization besides being Mandilok's short-lived replacements for Jindrax and Toxica.
  • Flight: Helicos is capable of flying at high speeds.
  • Meaningful Name: "Artillery" and "helicopter."
  • Shout-Out: Artilla's name sounds like "Attila the Hun".
  • Tank Goodness: Artilla's motif.
  • Those Two Guys: Always appear with each other.
  • Villain of the Week: Only appear as villains for a single episode before getting killed off, despite their status as powerful Duke Orgs.


Voiced by: Dan Woren
A ninja-themed Duke Org.
  • Adaptational Context Change: His Gaoranger counterpart, Dorodoro, was sent to kill Jindrax and Toxica's counterparts due to Mandilok's counterpart, Rasetsu, finding them too much of a failure to let them live anymore; here he instead goes after Toxica, Jindrax and Mandilok on Master Org's orders to execute them for their treachery.
  • Chessmaster Sidekick: It was thanks to him that Master Org got his revenge on both Mandilok and Toxica and almost Jindrax as well. Even though he ultimately fell, his manipulations nearly led to Master Org's victory in the finale.
    Onikage: I am but a humble ninja serving his one true Master.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's a formidable fighter who gets the better of the Rangers in their initial encounters, even defeating the Isis Megazord, on top of being a crafty Manipulative Bastard.
  • Graceful Loser: When Cole succesfully destroys his shadow copy that was accidentally made, Onikage praises him for his quick thinking before he explodes.
    Onikage: Red Ranger, that was a move worthy of a ninja!
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Suffers this when Jindrax accidentally causes his own technique to backfire, allowing the Red Ranger to instantly kill it and taking Onikage down while undoing all the shadows he created without killing the Rangers.
  • Lightning Bruiser: As befitting a ninja. He hits hard enough that only the General Orgs and the Master himself are stronger, and his shadow and ninja powers let him move quickly in battle.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He tricks Toxica into cutting off her horn by playing on her fear of being worthless and acts like Mandilok's loyal servant to make the General Org lower his guard, all for Master Org's plan of revenge.
  • Master Swordsman: He's lethally proficient with his blade, even Jindrax (who can give Taylor a good run for her money) falls short of him.
  • Meaningful Name: Onikage, which translates to Demon Shadow, a name befitting a demonic Org whose attacks and motif are ninja and shadow-based.
  • Near-Villain Victory: He locks the Rangers into an unwinnable stalemate with the shadow copies, successfully gets rid of both Toxica and Mandilok and almost disposes of Jindrax for good measure, then Jindrax uses Nayzor's mirror to reflect his attack back at him and sets off a chain of events that leads to his defeat.
  • Psycho Rangers: During his fight against the Rangers he made Shadow copies of them; with the caveat that they couldn't be destroyed unless the Rangers wanted to die as a result of it. They only disappear when Cole succesfully kills him, harmlessly dissipating the copies.
  • Undying Loyalty: Once revealed to be a Not Quite Dead Master Org's henchman, he soon establishes himself to be this to the former, helping Master Org eliminate Mandilok and attempt the same on Jindrax. Even after being defeated the first time, after Master Org revives and grows him, Onikage continues loyally serving him until his final defeat.

Mooks & Monsters



Foot soldiers for the Orgs.
  • Carry a Big Stick: They have clubs for main weapons.
  • Killed Off for Real: Any remnants of them were destroyed in The End of the Power Rangers.
  • Mooks: For the Orgs.
  • Second Episode Introduction: Unique to Power Rangers foot soldiers is that the Putrids appeared in the second episode rather than the premiere. The only exception was the Mighty Morphin Tenga Warriors.

    Lesser Orgs 


  • Adapted Out: Blacksmith Org, Charcoal Grill Org, Copy Org, Glasses Org, Human Body Specimen Org, Kurushimemasu Org, New Year's Org, and Vase Org were not adapted.
  • Dub Name Change: A rare Power Rangers aversion, most of them have the same name they had in Gaoranger.
  • I'm Melting!: They're reduced to a pile of green ooze when they die...despite having just exploded.

Turbine Org

Voiced by: Steve Kramer
A turbine-themed org, and the first org along with Plug Org that was seen in the present.
  • Blow You Away: Can fire a strong gust of wind from the two turbines on his face.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was used in the creation of Tombstone Org during Sing Song.
  • Starter Villain: He and Plug Org were the first Orgs the Wild Force team defeated together, making it a rare example of this role being shared with another monster.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: He was arrogant over the appearance of the Wild Zords, which became his undoing.
  • Those Two Guys: With Plug Org.

Plug Org

Voiced by: Tom Wyner
A plug-themed org, and the first org along with Turbine Org that was seen in the present.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was seen during The Master's Herald.
  • Shock and Awe: Being a plug-themed org, he unsurprisingly has this ability.
  • Starter Villain: He and Turbine Org were the first Orgs the Wild Force team defeated together, making it a rare example of this role being shared with another monster.
  • Suicidal Overconfidence: He should have known that the Jungle Sword would kill him.
  • Those Two Guys: With Turbine Org.

Barbed Wire Org

A barbed-wire themed org.
  • Big "NO!": Yelled one out after being defeated by the Wild Force Megazord.
  • Combat Tentacles: Can create barb-wired versions of this trope.
  • Eye Laser: Can fire a red lighting beam from his eye-like visor.
  • Jerkass: His appearance was used to show Cole that no, the Orgs do not have a heart, and cannot be talked down to. He even mocked the Red Ranger for thinking that.

Camera Org

Voiced by: Michael Sorich
A camera-themed org.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was used in the creation of Tombstone Org during Sing Song.
  • Combat Tentacles: In the form of VCR tape.
  • Magical Camera: Being camera-themed, he can take photos of people to steal their life force and make them invisible.

Bell Org

Voiced by: Bob Papenbrook
A bell themed org.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was seen during The Master's Herald.
  • Drop the Hammer: His main weapon.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Was trapped by his own bell during the Megazord battle, allowing the Wild Force Megazord to take him down.
  • Jerkass: His first appearance was bullying an old man at a temple by ringing his bell, and trapping the old man in a bell.

Tire Org

A tire themed org that was sent to capture Princess Shayla.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was seen during The Master's Herald.
  • No-Sell: Was durable enough to withstand the Wild Force Megazord's attacks. At least until the Elephant Wild Zord was unlocked.
  • Shapeshifting: Can turn himself into a giant tire that can match the speed of motorcycles.

Ship Org

Voiced by: Mike Reynolds
A ship-themed org.

Cell Phone Org

Voiced by: William Holmes
A cell phone-themed org.
  • Man of Kryptonite: His abilities allow him to temporarily disable the Growl Phones, thus preventing the Rangers from morphing until they can deactivate his transmission.
  • Power Pincers: His left arm is replaced with a claw.
  • Sensory Overload: Can overload a cell phone's volume to go out on a high pitch.

Bulldozer Org

Voiced by: Jason Faunt
A bulldozer-themed org.
  • The Brute: Out of all the Orgs at the time, Bulldozer Org was the strongest of them all, able to withstand all the Rangers attacks until they formed the equally strong Kongazord.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Bulldozer Org has four arms, two upper ones that are free to move, and two lower ones that hold his plow.
  • Ramming Always Works: Given that he's a bulldozer-themed org, it's unsurprising he would have this.

Freezer Org

Voiced by: Billy Forester
A freezer-themed org that Jindrax and Toxica summoned to help out Duke Org Retinax.
  • An Ice Person: He's a freezer themed org. What else would you expect him to do?
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was used in the creation of Tombstone Org during Sing Song.
  • Suicide Attack: He purposely exploded in front of the Kongazord so not only would it be frozen, but the Ranger's Growl Phones would be as well.
  • Wolverine Claws: Sports theses.

Vacuum Cleaner Org

Voiced by: Dave Mallow
A vacuum-themed org.

Bus Org

Voiced by: David Leisure
A bus-themed org.

Scooter/Motorcycle Org

Voiced by: Kirk Thornton
A bike-themed org and the first org Taylor fought against. After being sealed off for a year, Zen-Aku released him, upgrading him into the Motorcycle Org.
  • Arm Cannon: Sports one on his left arm as Motorcycle Org.
  • Blade on a Stick: Wields one as one of his weapons as Motorcycle Org.
  • Came Back Strong: After being sealed off for a year, this org grew stronger and tougher.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: Unlike his Gaoranger counterpart, Motorcycle Org did not grow giant after being taken down by the Jungle Sword Savage Slash. This was because Zen-Aku never showed the ability to grow Orgs, unlike his Gaoranger counterpart.
  • Ramming Always Works: As with Bus Org before him, he can rush against his opponent.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Due to Taylor being unable to destroy him a year ago, Princess Shayla sealed him away.

Lawnmower Org

Voiced by: Kim Strauss
A lawnmower-themed org.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: He can turn his arms into scythes.
  • Dies Differently in Adaptation: In Gaoranger, Lawnmower Org was defeated by Gao King. In Power Rangers, it was Zen-Aku who destroyed him. note 
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: He has two arms that hold the bar on his head, and two that become scythes.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: The most non-humanoid Org, he's pretty much a giant lawnmower with arms. Although the actors' feet can sometimes be glimpsed.
  • Skewed Priorities: Would rather care about the lawn of a soccer field than attacking the Rangers.

Quadra Org

Voiced by: Frank Adelia
A chimera-themed org Master Org created by fusing the stolen Animal Crystals.
  • An Ice Person: From the Polar Bear Wildzord head on his right shoulder pad, he can launch a stream of ice at his enemy.
  • Extendable Arms: He can extend his Elephant Wildzord trunk arm.
  • Fusion Dance: Was the result of Master Org fusing the Elephant, Giraffe, Black Bear, and Polar Bear crystals that Zen-Aku stole from the Rangers.
  • Playing with Fire: From the Black Bear Wildzord head on his left shoulder pad, he can launch a stream of flames at his enemy.
  • Shock and Awe: From the giraffe head located in the middle of his forehead, he can fire an orange lighting beam.
  • Wolverine Claws: Sports one on his left arm.
  • The Worf Effect: He was powerful against the five Rangers, but once Merrick became the Lunar Wolf Ranger, it was all downhill for Quadra Org.

Karaoke Org

Voiced by: Monica Louwerens
A karaoke box-themed org.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was used in the creation of Tombstone Org during Sing Song.
  • Deadly Disc: Can shoot laser discs in rapid succession.
  • Dreadful Musician: Weaponizes it by singing songs loud and obnoxiously that it caused the Rangers great pain.
  • This Is a Drill: From his microphone-shaped arm, he can form a drill.

Signal Org

Voiced by: Tony Oliver
A traffic light-themed org.
  • Adaptational Late Appearance: He appeared much earlier in Gaoranger, but due to the shuffling of episodes, he appeared a little later.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Despite lacking a weapon, Signal Org can still fight with his hands.
  • Eye Laser: He can fire a beam from one of his three eyes with different effects; red (stereotypical explosion), yellow (slow his opponents), and then...
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: From his green eye, he can fire a green blast that can make people forget who they are if hit on contact.

Bowling Org

Voiced by: Richard Epcar
A bowling ball-themed org.
  • Death by Irony: Was destroyed by the Rangers in the game he was based on.
  • Decomposite Character: His Gaoranger counterpart was created from the same evil energy that created Zen-Aku's counterpart.
  • Improbable Weapon User: As the name implies, he uses a bowling ball as his main weapon, powerful enough to break apart the Megazords.

Wedding Dress Org

Voiced by: Peggy O'Neal
A wedding dress-themed org that kidnapped brides and turned them into mannequins.
  • Adaptational Late Appearance: Wedding Dress Org was one of the earlier monsters that appeared in Gaoranger, but was hold off until after Merrick became the Lunar Wolf Ranger.
  • Cool Sword: Wields a Candle like sword (later confiscated from him).
  • Forced Transformation: He turns the brides she kidnaps into mannequins.
  • She's a Man in Japan: Subverted, he was a male in Gaoranger and in Power Rangers but had much more feminine mannierisms in the American version in contrast to his male voice in the Sentai.
  • Sissy Villain: And how! He has a female voice, feminine manniersms, and refers to himself as a "bride". The only thing confirming his gender is the Rangers using male pronouns to refer to him.

Samurai Org

Voiced by: Tom Wyner
A samurai armor-themed org.

Tombstone Org

Voiced by: Stephen Apostolina
A tombstone themed org created when Master Org merged a tombstone with six Org spirits.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was seen during The Master's Herald.
  • Decomposite Character: His Sentai counterpart was created with the same evil energy as Zen-Aku and Bowling Org's counterparts.
  • Defeat Equals Explosion: Averted. Rather than blowing up at the hands of the Wild Force Megazord Clutcher Mode, it's instead sealed into a bubble and dissipates into the sky.
  • The Worf Effect: With the six spirits inside him, Tombstone Org was a tough opponent to beat until the Rangers separated him from those spirits and got the Deer Wildzord on their side.

Flute Org

Voiced by: Monica Louwerens
A flute-themed org.


Voiced by: Patrick Thomas
A juggling themed org and Jindrax's younger brother.

Lion Tamer Org

Voiced by: Tom Wyner
A circus animal trainer-themed org.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: With his whip, he was able to control the Wildzords into his bidding.
  • The Bus Came Back: His spirit was seen during The Master's Herald.
  • Man of Kryptonite: He basically manages to "hijack" Red Lion and thus the Wild Force Megazord, turning several zords against the Rangers until they can break his control.
  • Whip It Good: His main weapon.

Monitor Org

Voiced by: Kerrigan Mahan
A monitor-themed org.
  • Combat Tentacles: Capable of summoning black wires from his hands to tie up his opponents.
  • Me's a Crowd: Has the ability to clone himself, which happened in the Megazord fight.

Toy Org

Voiced by: Steve McGowan
A toy robot-themed org.

Clock Org

A clock-themed org seen during Onikage's illusions.
  • Demoted to Extra: Clock Org's Gaoranger counterpart had an entire episode devoted to him, but in Power Rangers, he only appeared as an illusion alongside other monsters. This was because all of his footage showed him and the Gaorangers in Feudal Japan.
  • Flat Character: His only appearance was in The Master's Herald, and wasn’t given any personality.
  • The Voiceless: Never spoke.

Locomotive Org

Voiced by: Michael Sorich
A train-themed org.
  • Almighty Janitor: Within the army of the Org, his rank seems to be inferior to that of a duke (Jindrax surpasses him in rank), even so, he is so powerful that only Master Org shows more raw power than him.
  • Playing with Fire: Can fire either a standard flame breath or spit fire bullets.
  • The Worf Effect: Despite being the final Org the Rangers had to fight against before the finale, he proved to be a formidable opponent as he seriously damaged the Wildzords. However, he lost to the Isis Megazord Predator Mode.

Crossover Villains

    The Mut-Orgs 

The Mut-Orgs
Voiced by: David Lodge (Takach), Kim Strass (Rofang)note 
During the 31st century, Ransik discovered three sealed Orgs that were imprisoned for 4000 years. They borrowed some of Ransik's DNA and became Mut-Orgs. They would later travel to 2002 to overtake a nearby power plant and unleashing a wave of nuclear pollution on Earth.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Given how they came from the future, it isn't known if they're fully aware of the secrets Master Org was keeping from everyone until the episode after their appearance.
  • Deal with the Devil: They promised Ransik power if he released them. Surprisingly they kept up their end of the deal, though that was after he said humans were also his enemy.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: They're indirectly responsible for the conflict in Power Rangers Time Force. They gave Ransik some of his powers, like pulling swords from his body, which led to his rise as the greatest criminal of the future and stealing a time machine, the one they needed to aid Master Org.
  • Hybrid Monster: They were originally orgs sealed in stone. When Ransik set them free, they managed to copy and acquire his mutant DNA and make themselves more powerful, turning them into these.
  • Hybrid Power: They're exceptionally powerful due to being Orgs who obtained a mutant half from Ransik. The Rangers are only able to destroy them after their mutant halves are destroyed, weakening them heavily.
  • The Juggernaut: The Mut-Orgs prove completely invincible in the Rangers' initial encounters with, even a team-up failing to stop them. It's only after Ransik destroys their mutant halves that the two teams can defeat them.
  • Make Wrong What Once Went Right: Traveled back from 3001 to alter history in the Orgs' favour.
  • Original Generation: They are made of bits from suit of previous Ranger villains and monsters. Originally, they were to be represented by Orgs from the Gaoranger movie, but the suits were destroyed in a fire.
  • No Name Given: They aren't referred to by name in the show. They are revealed in the end credits as Takach, Kired, and Rofang (named after three Power Rangers fans who ran a website).
  • No-Sell: Aside from a couple hits from Ransik, EVERYTHING. They are only vulnerable after their mutant halfs are destroyed.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Were sealed in stone, remaining that way until thousands of years after the rest of the Orgs were wiped out.
  • Undying Loyalty: Despite being hundreds of years after his defeat, they went back in time to serve Master Org.

    Machine Empire Remnants 

Machine Empire Remnants
Voiced by: Archie Kao (General Venjix)
Voiced by: Walter Emanuel Jones (Gerrok)
Voiced by: Catherine Sutherland (Tezzla)
Voiced by: Scott Page-Pagter (Steelon)
Voiced by: Dave Walsh (Automon)
While King Mondo and the Royal House of Gadgetry were destroyed during the events of Countdown to Destruction, a small fraction of his army survived led by General Venjix. He, and four other generals, lead the remaining Cogs in unearthing Lord Zedd's discarded Serpentara warzord.
  • All There in the Manual: Only Generals Venjix, Gerrok and Steelon have their name spoken out loud.
  • BFG: Steelon's main weapon.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Automon's main weapon.
  • Canon Foreigner: None of them have an Ohranger or a Gaoranger counterpart.
  • Dual Wielding: Tezzla wields two daggers as her main weapon.
  • Mooks: A small group of Cogs still serve them.
  • Power Pincers: Both Venjix and Gerrok have these for weapons.
  • Remember the New Guy?: It seems that Tommy and the Zeo Rangers knew about these guys in the past, despite never making an appearance in Zeo up until now.
  • The Remnant: They and their small army of remaining Cogs are all that’s left of the Machine Empire following the destruction of the Royal House of Gadgetry at the end of In Space.