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"Invoke the Power!"

The thirty-fourth instalment of the Power Rangers Redverse written by Mad Red X 12, a adaptation of the actual Power Rangers Megaforce but using solely Tensou Sentai Goseiger suits. In between the events of Mythical Blitz and Outerspace Chase, Gosei came across a race of human-like aliens with no name and no home, looking for a place to live. Gosei named them the Gosei Angels and provided them with a home in the Gosei World, located atop the Earth, where they took it upon themselves to use the power of their magic "Gosei Cards" to protect humanity in secret for generations.


In the present day, a alien race known as the Insecto Empire has descended upon the Earth in the name of conquest, destroying the Dimensional Tower that acts as the gateway to Gosei World and slaughter seemingly every single one of the angel-like defenders. However, the spirits of the last five Gosei Angels killed descend to Earth and fuse with the souls of five teens who just so happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Gosei contacts the teens and gives them the power to become the Megaforce Rangers via combining their souls with their Gosei Angel partners so that they can defeat the Insecto Empire and save the world. In addition to fighting the Warstar aliens, the Rangers must also fight off two additional threats: a race of toxic underground beasts, and a ruthless robot army. As time goes on, the Rangers bond with each other and their Gosei Angel partners and learn what it truly means to protect the Earth. As they fight their foes, gathering new allies in the process, they discover that these three random enemies are connected in a way none would have realised.


The Megaforce Rangers:

Recurring Power Rangers Redverse Tropes:

Tropes specific to Megaforce:

  • Acrofatic: Levira is shown to be able run like a cheetah in battle, which isn't bad for someone who weighs in at 6,310 pounds!
  • Adaptational Badass:
    • As opposed to in either Goseiger or Megaforce, Admiral Malkor avoids being a Disc-One Final Boss and sticks around for the entire season after faking his death when the Rangers crash him into the Annihilation Mothership. Hell, he even manages to survive the entire series!
    • Vekar is MUCH more competent and more of a threat than he was in either source, twice even reaching a Near-Villain Victory which were both only foiled by the Rangers getting a upgrade just in time. Even more so when he actually goes up against the Rangers unmorphed - rather than running off like Warz Gill, he yells "Bring it on!" and actually attacks them with a bin lid. Granted, he was rather easy for the unmorphed Rangers to beat up, but it's the thought that counts.
  • Alpha Strike: The Ultra Star Guard Megazord's finisher in a nutshell.
    Troy: Focus all firepower on the target!
  • Bad Boss: While the other villains in this series are opposed to hurting their own minions, The Herald fits this trope's bill. If any of his robots fail him in even the smallest degree, he flies into a blind rage, kicking them, electrocuting them, and calling them "low-spec trash". If he doesn't decide to kill them right then and there, he'll attach a bomb to their body and threaten to blow them up if they fail him again.
  • Benevolent Boss:
    • Malkor treats his subordinates with true respect and as equals (apart from when he's scolding them for failing their missions, but even then he still gives credit where credit is due).
    • Biggs and Bluefur have a Villainous Friendship and often praise their Monster of the Week for doing well, even if they still didn't beat the Rangers.
    • Vekar is a downplayed example - while he tends to yell at his underlings when they fail, he never does so without a good reason, and actually praises good work. In addition, his relationship with Damaras, Levira and Argus is more like a gang of friends rather than a boss and subordinates.
  • Butt-Monkey: If something bad's going to happen to one of the Rangers, nine out of ten times it'll happen to Noah.
  • Cards of Power
  • The Chessmaster: Vrak.
  • Leave No Survivors: The Warstar's attack on the Gosei World, as seen in one of Hyde's nightmares.
    Malkor: Eliminate all of them, Creepox! LEAVE. NO. SURVIVORS!
  • Lightning Bruiser: The majority of the main villains:
  • Orcus on His Throne: Averted for the most part - Malkor, Biggs, Bluefur and The Herald all actively go out and fight the Rangers. The only Big Bad who does not fight is Vekar, though it's justified as he's physically weak and more focused on strategy.
  • More Dakka: Summed up perfectly in two lines of dialogue:
    Troy: Wait, what if firing those lasers doesn't work?
    Alata: Then that means we aren't firing enough lasers!
  • My God, You Are Serious: In the first episode:
    Emma: One of those invaders Moune talked about is in these woods. I saw it with my own eyes.
    (Loogies appear)
    Gia: Oh wait, you were serious.
  • Never My Fault: The Herald always pins the failure of his plans on the robots that carry them out. He conveniently ignores the fact that, since he personally builds all of those robots, faulty construction might be a factor...
  • Spared by the Adaptation:
    • In Goseiger, Magis suffered Death by Origin Story. Here, he survives.
    • Malkor, Vekar, Damaras, Levira and Argus all survive the series and leave Earth of their own accord as opposed to their Goseiger, Gokaiger and Super Megaforce counterparts, who are all killed.
  • Rock Beats Laser: In order to battle the Yellow and Pink Rangers head on, Vekar suggests firing lasers from the ship which he can radio. It doesn't work. Fortunately, Levira has a backup plan - just run into the Rangers with her massive gut. THAT works.
    Vekar: So our armada's technological advancements fail to defeat these puny Power Rangers ... but your fat ass CAN?!
    Levira: Word of advice... don't doubt my fat ass.
  • Running Gag:
    • Troy's hatred of water bottles.
    • "There's a simple explanation for that..."
      Troy: Oh, is there really?
      Gosei: ...No, no there isn't. Just roll with it, so it'll be over faster.

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