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  • I can kind of get why they aren't going into Uchu Sentai Kyuranger right away (since if that was what they wanted to do, Saban would've stuck with Bandai)note  , but weren't the monster suits from Gobusters not made to last?
    • They could just use more of the Sentai footage for fight scenes, and if they need monsters to fight in original footage they could bring in monsters from a more recent series that they haven't adapted. Or even just reuse suits they already have used, which isn't entirely unknown for this show.
    • For Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, they remade the Mook suits. It's entirely likely Toei will extend the same courtesy to partners they've had a longer relationship with.
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    • Most recent suits are made to last much longer than back in the day.
    • It was eventually confirmed that the suits were remade for the series.
    • When it comes to MOTW suits, well, some will stand up longer than the others. The plots that require a lot of US footage will be used with those and not the ones that fell apart.
  • In what universe is there a rule against rangers dating? There have been plenty of ranger couples throughout the franchise's run, and you expect us to believe this obviously forced plot point made just to explain why Roxy is not the yellow ranger?
    • Grid Battleforce is a government-run organization, so it shouldn't be surprising that they have these sorts of regulations. Look at today's real life military, for example.
    • Besides, the real reason why Roxy isn't the Yellow Ranger is because Evox hijacked her mind.
    • Their relationship would help to explain their more frequent encounters in future fight scenes as per Go-Busters' original footage.
  • How did Betty and Ben NOT recognize the mayor? Even if they had never seen his face on the news before, his visitor's badge clearly said "Mayor" on it.
    • Clearly they ain't the sharpest tools in the shed.
    • They are obviously meant to be this season's Bulk and Skull.
  • When the chosen Rangers are about to be transformed for the first time, they are already wearing morphers, suggesting that the devices are an integral part of the process. But Devon and Zoey don't have morphers when they are hastily transformed by Nate, with morphers appearing with their Ranger suits. If the morphers can be formed alongside the suits, then why did the original candidates have to wear them beforehand?
    • One plausible explanation: The morphers were facsimiles created by the morphing chamber (meaning they may have disappeared with the rest of the suit when Devon and Zoey de-morphed).
  • Mayor Daniels' claim that every single villain starting from Rita attacked Earth for the Rangers' power source makes no sense as the number of times this has happened can be counted on one hand. Sure, Sledge and Galvanax wanted the Energems and Ninja Stars but this was only a thing for the previous two seasons.
    • I think he was speaking broadly, villains going after the Ranger's power source happens more often than you think. Master Vile went after the Zeo Crystal, the Lights of Orion and even the Quasar Sabers were highly sought after, the Demons tried, and for a time, succeeded in using the Titanium Morpher for themselves, Lothor used the Samurai Amulet to steal the other Ranger's powers, the Dino Gems were a vital part of Mesogog's endgame, Venjix and the RPM Rangers were constantly vying for technological supremacy, often times using each other's tech to do so and eventually Venjix turned their own morphing tech against them. The only difference for Sledge and Galvanax was that obtaining the Ranger's power was their primary goal rather than being a one-off scheme like the other aforementioned villains.
      • Adding to the above mentioned examples, Gruumm and Broodwing both sought to use SPD's own technology against them. Not to mention that Gruumm somehow managed to convince (without brainwashing) an entire team of elite SPD Rangers to join his side.
      • Also, Vrak stole Orion's power, not only augmenting his own strength, but also preventing the Megaforce Rangers from assuming Legendary Mode.
  • Scrozzle seems too easily strong-armed into working for Evox and company while he has an army of Tronics and Gigadrones at his disposal and the ability to make monsters out of pretty much anything. Why does he fear them at all?
    • Evox, being a computer virus, could presumably hack and seize control of any of Scrozzle's machines if he had to.
    • Or, Scrozzle is a bit of a coward.
      • A bit? He scrams the moment he sees the Rangers morph.
  • How can digital avatars be turned into physical robotic Tronics like Evox threatened in Hangar Heist?
    • Their data could be uploaded into Tronic bodies.
  • Why bother changing Gold's animal into a mantis? Neither the suit nor the zord even resemble a praying mantis so why change it?
    • Mantis is cooler?
    • It's a really abstract thought, but if the zord in beetle mode has the "hooks" of its horn folded down and a head added to the tip it could vaguely resemble a mantis? The hooks become the mantis' claws and the beetle's body represents the lower half of the mantis' body.
    • It's a bit of a stretch, but the hooks on the horn do sort of resemble a mantis' antennae/eyes. The tip of the horn itself also vaguely looks like a mantis' head. Again, it's a stretch, but it is plausible.
  • Something I noticed during The Cybergate Opens is that Commander Shaw told the Rangers that Nate can handle himself despite being captured. But yet, in Digital Deception, she was the one to enforce the buddy system on Nate after he was caught in a Robotron attack. Did she change her mind, or is it a writing error?
    • She may have always personally believed Nate was capable of taking care of himself, but was under orders from General Burke (or another superior) to ensure Nate's safety.


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