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"Time for Time Force!"

The twenty third instalment of the Power Rangers Redverse written by Mad Red X 12, a adaptation of the actual Power Rangers Time Force. By the year 3001 AD, Earth has evolved into a technologically advanced society rivalling Eltar and Edenoi, and has even discovered and thoroughly developed Time Travel. To prevent possible abuses of this technology, it is regulated by Time Force, an international organization that also captures dangerous Mutants and holds them in cryogenic stasis. The only mutant left is Ransik, a evil terrorist mastermind with plans to go back in time to have mutants rule the world. During a siege on his headquarters led by Time Force leader Logan Daniels, Ransik is defeated by Logan's son Alex using a experimental, highly advanced (by the standards of the 31st Century!) piece of technology known as a Chrono Morpher, of which there are only five in existence. Ransik is detained and sent off to be frozen, but during the transportation, his spoiled daughter Nadira and their alien mafia friends Gluto and Lira bust him out. Ransik and his crew go on to take all the cryogenically frozen mutants from the Londerz Cryo-Prison, the largest cryo-prison in existence, and use its time travel capabilities to travel back to the year 2001 AD. Alex, taking responsibility for the fact that they got away on his watch, collects the other four Chrono Morphers and breaks protocol by travelling a thousand years back into the past using a experimental Time Shuttle. However, unable to control the vehicle, he crashes into a forest and is severely injured.


Enter Jennifer "Jen" Scotts, Lucas Kendall, Katie Walker and Trip Regis, a quartet of teenage True Companions who by chance just so happened to have been playing baseball in the woods where Alex crashlanded and stumble upon the Time Shuttle. There, they find the unconscious Alex and drag him back to Katie's house in order to seek medical help, taking most of the tech with them. When Ransik arrives and attacks the town of Silver Hills, the four attempt to fight him and accidently wind up unlocking the other Chrono Morphers, which are designed to only activate to someone with a certain bio-signature, and find themselves with superhuman abilities as they battle Ransik's Cyclonian army. Alex regains consciousness just in time to help them, and together they morph into the Time Force Rangers and fend off Ransik's initial invasion force.


Alex heads back and picks up the Time Shuttle, learning that due to the damage it sustained it cannot travel back to the future, but can still travel back into the past, which just so happens to be where Ransik and his gang are planning to attack next, thanks to their time travel device being repaired by Laurmark, one of the mutants in the deep freeze. The five then band together and fight the mutants across time, while also dealing with their personal problems such as Alex having to adapt to being so far away from home and Jen's strained relationship with her emotionally abusive, obsessed-with-making-a-profit mother. They later acquire the help of Alex's 21st century ancestor Wesley Collins, who fights with the powers of the Quantum Morpher, and Wes's bodyguard Eric Myers in fighting the mutants across the time-space continuum.


A major theme in the series is the nature of fate. Alex, being from a period where Time Travel has been extensively researched, is resigned to the fact that the future is entirely predetermined. On the other hand, the other Rangers from the present day are determined to change their own destinies: Jen wishes to break free from the future that has been decided for her since her mother found on the road as a baby, while the others all want to gain strength in a world where connections and nepotism mean more than hard work. Eventually, the team discover that there's a connection between them that none would have realised, that the future in Millennium City isn't as rosy as one would expect, and that someone has been plotting everything in their adventures down to the last second, and in the end either destiny will be screwed, or they will.

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