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This is a sequel of Power Rangers RPM
Before the announcement of Beast Morphers, many have theorized that a Go-Busters adaptation would be used to make an RPM sequel. Furthermore, the end of RPM has Venjix hijacking Scott's morpher, perfectly sets up Beast Morphers' premise.
  • Doctor K will return. And get mad when people call the new suits leather.
    • Maybe the person who makes the suits this time around is her kid who instead of getting angry about what people think the suits are made of, lampshades it and most of the stuff that comes standard with Power Ranger seasons.
  • The new Rangers will be their children: Scott's son, who he names Marcus after his brother; Dillon and Summer's child Andrew/Andrea who is named after Summer's butler; Flynn and Gemma's kid, and one from Doctor K and Ziggy.
    • If Silver remains a robot it will have been built by Gem and Gemma
    • Alternatively, Gold & Silver will be Gem & Gemma.
    • Due to how close their parents are, the Rangers will treat each other like siblings.
  • Ziggy would become Beet Buster.
  • Alphabet Soup will return.
  • So far, all jossed.
  • JOSSED NO LONGER; Beast Morphers is a sequel series of sorts to RPM (and many other seasons besides it), and Doctor K does show up to offer key advise to Red Ranger Devon on how to free his father from Evox. Dillon, aka Ranger Black, is also referenced, and photos of the RPM Rangers are included. And to make things even more incredible, Evox was created from Venjix's remains!

Morph X is Enetron
At least that's what will stand in for Morph X.
  • Confirmed.

Beet Buster will be genderflipped
Amit Bhaumik's proposal for a Go-busters adaptation would've done this, and unless they pull a Titanium ranger, this will be the first Neo-Saban season with only one female ranger, so it's pretty likely at least one of the rangers will be genderflipped.
  • Jossed.

They'll pull a Titanium Ranger on us
They'll need to film a lot more footage due to the fact that, in comparison to other sentai series, Go-Busters doesn't have as much, and the odds of them adapting Gobusters vs Gobusters is relatively slim, so why not give us a Power Rangers equivalent to Black Puma or Green Hippopotamus? Tategami LiOh doesn't have a ranger, so they could give them one.
  • Or they'll make green a frog based ranger to go with Ene-tan.

Red will get a battlizer based off of Tategami LiOh

This season will get rid of the cockpit only modes
Possibly confirmed as it appears that the rangers use a new armor in battle.
  • Jossed—a trailer shows Red with a new helmet piece coming down over his existing one, plus there's a new cockpit-based weapon (identified as the Cheetah Beast Blaster in the toyline) in the same scene. They're heavily downplayed though, as it's literally only there for as long as he's holding the weapon.

The more animal based suits from Dobutsu Sentai Go-Busters will somehow make an appearance

Arisa Komiya will make a cameo appearance
Many franchises whose toylines are handled by Hasbro (Transformers, My Little Pony, etc.) are geared towards a Periphery Demographic. So why not reel in not just PR/tokusatsu fans, but also anime/idol fans by bringing in a Love Live! Sunshine!! voice actress (who first got her start in Go-Busters)?

The (robotic) monsters will be given scary sounding names instead of puns
Alternately they'll have robotic sounding names consisting of letters and numbers
  • Jossed. Early toy listings seem to indicate the puns will be continuing.
    • Well, not exactly; the monsters have a characteristic about it followed by "tron". Not "scary", per se, but not really puns...which actually makes sense when you realize they being named by an AI; there's just enough to differentiate them, but the name is ultimately uniform and has a pattern.

This series is an experiment deviating away from the usual format.
In the same way how Gobusters are in the experimental year, Beast Morphers is the season where the creators try to deviate away from the usual format used in past seasons. This is in response to the lesser performance of Ninja Steel.
  • Maybe a return to the old 30-40 episode format the show used to have.
    • This is not likely, as 20 episode seasons are mandated by Nickelodeon's contracts on all shows. Unless Hasbro was able to negotiate this successfully, Nick will most likely continue to require 20 episodes.
      • The current contract was negotiated by Saban, though curiously is for three years, not two making the current format difficult.
      • Also Word of Dante (Power Morphicon’s Scott Zillner) has claimed that it won't be split into two.

The monsters will be experiments in creating a way for technology to morph in the same way that the Rangers do.
We know the villain's main goal in this season is to take over the Morphing Grid. In Go-busters, all the monsters were made from technology that was transformed into a monster form. So it'd make sense for this to be an attempt to replicate morphing. Near the end of Go-Busters, one of the villains does manage to gain a Ranger form, so that will be the culmination of that plot.
  • Jossed. Scrozzle modified a version of the Morph-X Key, infusing it with Morph-X that's been corrupted by Evox, and then stabbed it into an ordinary object to turn it into one of his new Robotrons.

Usada's equivalent will be gender swapped
In order to match Yellow's gender
  • Jossed, Jax is male.

Gold's fate
  • They'll live keeping in line with Power Ranger's trend of letting dead Sentai heroes live
    • More likely than the latter, considering that it's unlikely Nick would let them kill off a ranger.
  • They'll die throwing a curve ball at anyone expecting them to live.
    • Recent episode synopsis hint towards "sacrificing one of their own."

This series will be Darker and Edgier
The sentai was pretty dark, and Power Rangers hasn't taken a Darker and Edgier Sentai and made it Lighter and Softer. Plus, considering that tone-wise, both Dino Charge and Ninja Steel have been middle of the road, going darker may very well be the shake up the franchise needs.

Nic Sampson will portray Beet Buster's counterpart.
It makes perfect sense, because he played Chip Thorn and the actor of his Super Sentai counterpart not only played Tsubasa Ozu, he also portrayed Beet Buster.
  • Which would be ironic, if the rumors of him reappearing for a cameo as Chip for Ninja Steel turn out to be true.
  • Jossed. Gold is played by another actor.

The format of their Transformation Name Announcement would be "(Animal) Morph! Beast Morpher (Color)!"
Except for Yellow. Instead of saying "Rabbit Morph!", she'll say "Lagomorph!"
  • Beet and Stag Buster's counterparts will instead say "Metal Morph! Beast Morpher (Color)!"
    • Or, since Go-Buster referenced Power Rangers, it will be "Henshin Time!" to "return the favor", as it were.
      • Actually, it would be more accurate for them to say "Let's Henshin!" - the morphers were what said "It's Morphin Time"; the transformation call the Gobusters said was "Let's Morphin!". This would also serve as a Kamen Rider Drive reference, since that was Go's/Mach's transformation call in said series.
  • Jossed. The Morph call is “It’s Morphing Time! Activate Beast Power!”

There will be a ton of callbacks to prior Rangers seasons, and references to Super Sentai
Considering that Dino Charge already had a fair amount of references to Kyoryuger, it's not out of the question for them to do so with other Sentai. Plus, Ninja Steel has been relatively light on the Mythology Gag front, so much like with Uchuu Sentai Kyuranger having a bunch of callbacks to past series to seemingly make up for Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger being light in that regard, they could be saving the references for this season.
  • Hopefully said callbacks are more creative than "Sentai 6" or "Kamen 5" or the "Ninninger galaxy".
  • Confirmed — Rita Repulsa, Sledge and Galvanax are namedropped early in the first episode as villains who tried to steal the Rangers' power source. And in season two There are references to Lord Zedd, and his staff is found in the wreckage of a space ship

It will be a sequel, not to RPM, but to Lost Galaxy.
Come on. Both have a gorilla-themed Blue Ranger, and Amit Bauhmik's version would have been set on Mirinoi. I also really want to see Terra Venture again.

What Beast Morphers will look like...
  • It will be Darker and Edgier than any of the other Neo-Saban era seasons
  • It will be set in a world where Power Rangers is a Show Within a Show
    • Wouldn't that deter a government agency from actually calling them Power Rangers though? It'd be like if the CIA having a unit of agents called the Powerpuff Girls; it'd be kind of strange. Would Saban give the agency the rights to the name in-universe?
      • Alternatively, it could be that the in-universe "Power Rangers" is a show that's a fictionalized version of the agency in the world of Beast Morphers (essentially, the in-universe Power Rangers would be to the Beast Morphers Rangers what NCIS is to the real life NCIS).
      • That just seems overcomplicated. It would likely confuse and alienate the primary audience as well. It would also make any crossovers or reunion specials that include the Beast Morphers team need to include traveling into the TV or something. The cons to this seem to outweigh the pros; What's there to gain by saying "All of the Rangers are just from a silly TV show...except for the Beast Morphers"?
    • Jossed; the first episode firmly establishes it as being part of the main continuity, referencing the existence of past characters and events by name.
  • It will be set in Stone Canyon, a city near Angel Grove referenced in Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
    • Jossed. The setting is Coral Harbor.
  • The Rangers would be working for an underground secret institute working to fight against an evil computer virus from a computer-simulated dream world who plans to take over the real world with an army of robots
    • Them being part of an agency fighting a computer virus was confirmed when it was first announced. How is this a theory?
    • Jossed. Grid Battleforce is, at the very least, known to the local government. While they are fighting against Evox, they were formed for different reasons prior to knowing he/it existed.
  • The Rangers will consist of Asian Red, Polynesian Blue, Caucasian Yellow, African-American Gold, and android Silver.
    • Mostly Jossed; while Zoey is Caucasian, Devon is African-American, Ravi is Indian (possibly mixed race given his last name and mother, though he could be adopted for all we know), and Nate is Latino. Silver is to be determined.
  • The Red Ranger will be a high school student and The Hero, the Yellow Ranger will be his teacher who believes Red is The Chosen One, and the Blue Ranger will be a caveman who was released from imprisonment.
    • So the Blue Ranger is a Suspiciously Similar Substitute to Koda?
    • Jossed; Devon is the son of the mayor (and doesn't appear to be attending school) and Zoey is a former cadet who got assigned to the laundry staff of the agency (and is within the same age range as the others); both are forced into the roles of Red and Yellow due to Nate forcing the process on them to try and save them from Evox's evil avatars. Ravi was a successful candidate to be a Ranger who's mother is the commander of the agency, who was saved from Evox thanks to Devon, and is a contemporary young man.
  • The Gold Ranger would start off as a fellow rookie, and the Silver Ranger would be gender-flipped from her Go-Busters counterpart; she would start off as a Hot Scientist who is later revealed to be an android
    • Jossed. Nate, who will become Gold, is a young prodigy who's the lead researcher for the agency.
  • The theme music will not be yet another remix of "Go Go Power Rangers"
  • This will not crossover with any past seasons
    • Actually, a crossover with past seasons isn't entirely out of the question - unlike with Megaforce and Dino Charge, crossovers with both the predecessor and successor for the source material exist, and with Judd Lynn at the helm, they might wanna try redeeming the Megaforce Rangers... if they set this in the same universe.
    • Jossed-Season two of Beast Morphers features several crossovers with past seasons, including RPM, Dino Thunder, Dino Charge, and MMPR

Names for the Beast Morpher Rangers
It never really works, but hey, it's fun. Anything goes:
  • Red
    • Clem
    • Hamilton
    • Angus
    • Marty
    • Rolf
    • Kane
    • Clay
    • Miles
    • Chester as a pun for Cheetah
      • That's not a pun. That'd be a reference.
      • All jossed. Red is named Devon
  • Blue
    • John
    • Brian
    • Perry
    • Hank
    • Clancy
    • Bram
    • Peter or Gary
    • Garry as a pun for Gorilla
      • That's not a pun. That'd be a reference.
      • All jossed. Blue is named Ravi
  • Yellow
    • Alice
    • Vivian
    • Dana
    • Carrie
    • Sheena
    • Tiffany
    • Pamela
    • Kayla
    • Nova
    • Jackie as a pun for Jackrabbit
      • All jossed. Yellow is named Zoey
  • Silver
    • Austin
    • Jeremiah
    • Graham
    • Duncan
    • Shannon
    • Bernie
    • Derrick
    • Ludger
    • Buzz (if they do keep him the silver Beastbot)
      • All jossed. Silver is named Steel.
  • Gold
    • Saul
    • Kelvin
    • Norm
    • Dwight
    • Terry
    • Hector
    • Bo
    • Tiernan
    • Aureum
      • All jossed. Gold is named Nate.

The next series to be adapted after this is Dobutsu Sentai Zyuohger
Just to further wet Hasbro's feet, they'll adapt a sentai that has more collectibles, but still have an overall gimmick of transforming robot animals. Besides, Zyuohger would make a reasonable followup to this season considering the motifs of digital stuff and animals.
  • I thought of this idea too and I have and a few ideas about it. I think that Zyuohger will be adapted as Power Rangers: Super Beast Morphers. Beast Morphers will end with the Power Rangers losing their powers or being capture or something else like that and a new team of Rangers will replace them, and the two teams will work together to defeat the villain in the finale. Since Zyuohger had a lot of video game themes, what might happen is the villain traps the human race inside a video game world, like in The Matrix, in order to torture them in revenge for stopping his plans and the new team of Power Rangers has to protect the humans while searching for a way to escape into the real world. I could be completely wrong about this but it would make an interesting story and might turn out to be better than Zyuohger. It could still feature Beast Men, but they would be explained as being characters from the video game world.
Jossed. It’s Ryusoulger.
The next series to be adapted after this will be Kyuranger.
Mainly because starting at 3 and then only getting 2 more that may already be part of the cast is an easy way to save budget, and considering Kyuranger has a stupid amount of rangers, it would seem logical to go from a small cast to a huge one.Jossed. It’s Ryusoulger.
The additional rangers from the VS direct to video movie will appear
They'll become Ascended Extras who appear as additional rangers in a few episodes and come Back for the Finale.

What Enter and Escape's counterparts could be like...
  • They'll be flesh and blood humans who the virus villain convinces to join him.
  • They'll be androids who can blend in with humans.
  • Escape's counterpart's guns will be replaced with a different weapon.
  • Enter's counterpart will be female and she and Escape's counterpart will regard each other as sisters.
    • Jossed, Enter's counterpart is a guy who goes by the name Blaze.
  • Will have corrupted technology terms for names, like Analoga (Analogue), Downlord (Download), Hateway (Gateway), etc.
    • Jossed. Enter's counterpart is named Blaze while Escape's goes by Roxy.
  • Escape's counterpart will be the ultimate final villain.
  • Will be Demoted to Extra, with their "monster" forms being reduced to only barely reoccurring enemies.
  • Will have names alluding to apocalyptic legends, texts and superstitions.
  • They'll only appear in their monster forms with a third general (maybe Neo-Messiah from the Kyoryuger/Go-Busters movie) and be named Control Alt and Delete
  • Enter will pull a Heel–Face Turn, allowing them to pull a Titanium Ranger with Dark Buster
    • Alternatively, combined with the above theory about Neo-Messiah, Enter will be split into two characters (one half using his monster form, the other using his human form), with the human one pulling the Heel–Face Turn, while the monster one will remain evil (maybe perhaps the same thing will happen to Escape, and they'll pull a Titanium Ranger with her as well, giving her a suit that matches up with either the Lion or Frog zords).
  • Seemingly Jossed. They appear to be former rangers who undergo falls from grace.
    • If the above is true, Escape's counterpart will not have a monster form (though they may use the suit for something else) but get a new Ranger suit instead. Black, maybe.
  • Enter's counterpart (and Escape's, if she gets one) will be Spared by the Adaptation, on account, of, well, being human-looking villains who aren't named Trakeena.
  • Enter's counterpart will not wear the Enter outfit on account of Heckyl already doing that. He will, however, keep the Gratuitous French.
    • Per the first episode, they're essentially evil virtual "Avatars", with their minds based on two existing characters who were intended to be the Red and Yellow Rangers before Evox interfered.

We'll only get 20 episodes, and no "Super" season
Since Saban likely plans on ditching Nickelodeon after the contract is up (since the only remaining obstacle that would prevent them from moving to Discovery Family is no longer an issue), it would make sense for Beast Morphers to only be 20 episodes, so that Saban can catch up even faster, and that they could jump onto Discovery Family with an adaptation of either Zyuohger or Kyuranger that's the normal number of episodes.
  • If they do go that route, the logical thing to do would be to treat Go-Busters' episode 30, where Messiah is defeated for the first time, as the actual finale. This would mean that Powered Custom and Tategami Li-Oh would end up Adapted Out.
  • Saban isn't adapting this season; Hasbro is. And the contract is good until 2021, meaning at least three seasons. They were also never particularly worried about being "caught up", even if they hadn't sold the rights. Hasbro has made no indications of wanting to rush. And even then, "catching up" would mean adapting multiple Sentai seasons per year or skipping over some in favor of later ones, since one Power Rangers per Super Sentai means staying exactly as far behind.
  • Jossed. There will be a second season.

The Silver Ranger will be a human female.
Which would make her the first instance of a male Sentai Ranger turned female for Power Rangers since Taylor in Power Rangers Wild Force.

The Gold and Silver Rangers will turn out to be the comedic spy duo from the recently-released casting sides.
They could easily be developed into more than just comic relief characters, but still retain their comedic essence.
  • Jossed. It's pretty clear that the comedic duo became Ben and Betty Burke, while Nate and a new Beast Bot are the Gold and Silver Rangers.

This season's collectable items are weapons and utilities disguised as everyday items.
It'll build on from the binoculars/sword and camera/phone hybrids.
  • Jossed—it's the Morph-X Keys, used in the morpher and packaged with the action figures and other toys.

And will have a larger role compared to the source materiel.

The giant machine villains will be referred to as AntiZords here.
In reference to how they were called MegaZords in Go-Busters.
  • Possible, but previous seasons referred to enemy mecha as Zords. Goldar had Cyclopsis, Lord Zedd had Serpentera, Zurgane had four Zurganezords... An awesome idea, though.
  • Jossed. They're called Gigadrones.

Green Hippopotamus will be adapted as a Ranger to go with the Frog Zord

I have a summary of one season of Beast Morphers.
Since this show will have 20 epiosdes or more, I will narrow down the story of one season. Tategami Li-Oh will be available from the get go due to the teasers. Warren will become a Gold Beetle Ranger at some point due to an accident, thus awakening Beet J Stag. Powered Custom and Li-Oh Blaster will debut halfway through the series run. Enetan will be adapted out due to her briefly appearing once in a show. Its due to Saban not having rights to the movies.
  • Saban has sold the rights to Hasbro, so rights to the movies might not be an issue anymore if they decide to pursue them.

The next series after this will be ToQger.
Hear me out. In theory Beast Morphers will have one season, ToQger will have two. Its because it has more upgrades/gimmicks then BM. Besides, now that Bandai is gone, they will have freedom this time. Take the risks, Saban and Hasbro. And ToQger comes after Kyouryuger, which got already adapted into PR form.
  • Saban is no longer involved in the show. Whether Hasbro would take on ToQger is a matter of whether or not it would sell. Trains aren't as popular in the US as they are in Japan (where trainspotting is the number one hobby), and many, many reviews of ToQger's toys by Americans who imported them are less than impressed due to their simplicity and lack of playability as individual vehicles.
    • Actually, the train motif might be why it ends up getting adapted after this—Zyuohger and Kyuranger (assuming they don't jump straight into Lupinranger vs Patranger after this series) have merch that will definitely appeal to kids more than ToQger's would, and it's pretty much all but guaranteed that Hasbro will try and take Power Rangers over to Discovery Family after the contract with Nickelodeon is up, so it could be that they save the safer bets for Discovery Family and adapt the riskier season as the final show on Nickelodeon, splitting it up into 2 20 episode seasons. Plus, odds are that if they adapt the season, Hasbro will be making the toys themselves, so it could be that they listen to the feedback regarding the imported toys.

The Monsters of the Week in Beast Morphers are called Zords and Megazords.
Probably as a Call-Back to the Zordon Era, especially Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. The Metaloids are called "Zords" and their name pattern would be "[Name of Object]-zord" (ie. Shovelzord, Burnerzord, Needlezord, etc.), while the Megazords' name pattern would be "[Name of Object] Megazord" (ie. Shovel Megazord, Burner Megazord, Needle Megazord, etc.).
  • Jossed—They're referred to as Robotrons and Gigadrones, respectively. The first Monster of the Week is Cycletron, and its data was used to make the Cycledrone.

The finale will feature an overt tease for the next season
Bonus points if it leads to the traditional season crossover finally coming back.
  • Maybe they'll start to do their own version of the Sentai hand off.

The series will feature references to Kamen Rider Build.
Beast Morphers shares several elements with Build:
  • Both series use elements of sci-fi and spy/conspiracy fiction.
  • Evox is similar to Build's villain, Evolto (snake-like projection, similar name).
  • The Rangers gaining their powers via Morph-X and animal DNA could also be used to make the Fullbottles.

Evox will eventually gain a dark Ranger form using the Dark Buster suit
The helmet of the Dark suit could be interpreted as the hood of a cobra and the fangs match up nicely
  • The Dark Buster suit is being used by the Enter counterpart, Blaze, but he could be taken over by Evox later on.
    • Correction: It's used by the evil "Avatar" who's based on Blaze.

The Enter and Escape analogs will begin as the original Red and Yellow Rangers
Behind the scenes photos show the actors believed to be playing the Enter and Escape analogs wearing Red and Yellow. If true this could give more depth to the Enter-Red rivalry
  • Seemingly confirmed in the first teaser where we see the two of them wearing a red and yellow battle suit respectively.
    • Confirmed - they're the originals who essentially had their minds stolen and corrupted to create the "Avatars".

Someone will call Smash the Gorilla "Banana Breath"
Not the first time this happened. Ask Primator and Phonepanzee.

Nic Sampson will make an appearance.
He's not going to be Gold Ranger, but maybe he'll voice a monster just like in the other shows.

Sledge, Poisandra, and Wrench are back again and they actually did not die in the Super Ninja Steel finale.
They return in the Super Ninja Steel premiere even though they seemingly die in Dino Super Charge finale, and they survived even though the bomb blew up in their face in Dino Charge premiere, so why not?
  • Confirmed- Sledge and his entire crew are resurrected by Scrozzle using a renaimation device during season two of Beast Morphers.

The finale will essentially be the Power Rangers version of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
In that case, the Rangers will discover that the Bad Future of RPM has been merged into the main Rangerverse, resulting in a conflicting future. To prevent that from happening, they'll have to infiltrate a past version of Alphabet Soup, trap Evox/Venjix into its servers, and install a firewall like Dr. K tried (and failed) to do so.


     Post-release Theories 
Roxy's avatar didn't have a ranger form because at the point of infection she was wishing she didn't have to be a ranger so she could be with Ravi

At some point Blaze's avatar will be defeated but Blaze will still willingly side with Evox in return for power.
Even before the Evox incident Blaze was still a jerk.
  • It would fit with the two season format for each team. Blaze and Roxy's Avatar may be defeated along with Evox in the first season finale. However, an unforeseen consequence is that their human counterparts regained their powers and corrupted minds which leads them to finish what Evox started one their own. Either with Blaze and Roxy each working on their own or together as a tenuous "you help me, I help you" alliance.

At some point the mayor will be turned into the Black Ranger
  • Mixing his DNA with that of a Lion.
    • The Black Ranger suit does exist from a Sentai movie. Mayor Daniels is more of a man of action compared to your usual politician. In an effort to keep Coral Harbor safe, he'd likely announce himself as a new Ranger and take a chance. Perhaps with influence from a certain virus infecting him...

Nate's Beast Power
Devon has cheetah speed, Ravi has gorilla strength and Zoey has jackrabbit jumping so what would Nate's beast power be?
  • Survival (some bugs are extremely hard to kill)
    • Going on this, he may be the Silver Ranger - notice how his last name, Silva, is a play on silver. What is the Silver Ranger's beast mode? The Silver Stag Beetle.
      • Jossed. Nate is the Gold Mantis Ranger.
  • Go-Busters was resurrection. It is possible that they will keep that power.

There will be an episode where Ben and Betty become Green Hippopotamus and Pink Cat.
  • The preview for episode two features the two with Ben wearing Green and Betty wearing Pink so this may be possible.
  • Hasbro has been pushing for more original footage and props so it wouldn't surprise this troper if they wanted new Rangers. It would make sense for Grid Battleforce to have a sort of "B-Squad" like SPD.

Evox is an AI created by Mayor Daniels.
A high-profile authority figure who probably has access to most of the computer tech in the city, and seems to be out to prove that Morph-X is a bad idea; obvious solution seems to be to make an evil sentient computer virus and sabotage the project.
  • Or, Mayor Daniels created Evox, intended to assist with the Morph-X, unaware that the program gained sentience and ultimately turned on him.

Given Ravi and Roxy's history together, Roxy's Avatar will have a tragic end, just like Escape.
Think about it - the two mentioned a relationship before the morphing process, and given Ryuji's pity for Escape in the Japanese version despite having fought multiple times, every conflict between Ravi and Roxy from now on will be heart-rending, with Ravi feeling some hesitation over fighting a copy of his loved one.
  • Failing that, the Avatar could simply be sadistic to the very end, mocking Ravi and their relationship before she is defeated and both Ravi and Roxy can get their happy ending together.
  • Or she uses the relationship to taunt and tease him making him hesitate in battle
  • Or, Roxy's avatar will gain similar feelings for Ravi and eventually shut down willingly so that they can be together.
  • Or, Roxy's human mind will "bleed" into her avatar's programming via their connection through the Morphin Grid, gradually turning the avatar good, and ultimately causing the two consciousnesses to merge.

As Devon's Evil Counterpart, Blaze's Avatar will get an upgrade just like Enter did in an attempt to seek power as his own person, as opposed to just Evox's servant
And probably use it to try and get revenge on Devon, who will keep humiliating him until his very demise, given his animosity towards Devon.
  • Unless Evox uses Enter's upgraded suit as his own humanoid body.

Evox is a prototype AI created by Nate years earlier.
When Nate reacts to Evox's presence, there's a hint of recognition in his voice. It'll be discovered that years earlier, Nate secretly created Evox as an experiment. He later shut down the project, but unknown to him, Evox escaped into the Morphing Grid. This might explain how Evox was able to breach Grid Battleforce's firewall and corrupt the Morph-X so easily. It was already familiar with GB's defenses and Nate's research.
  • So, effectively, the Doctor K/Venjix relationship from RPM? Actually, that might support this theory. Power Rangers is no stranger to the Recycled Script; RPM itself featured a beat for beat rerun of the Andros/Astronema plot from way back in In Space.
  • CONFIRMED!!! Nate created Evox as a kid by mixing Morph-X with snake DNA and the data from the Series Red Cell-Shift Morpher, i.e. Venjix's remaining data.

The monsters of this season will be created in a similar way to Evox's Avatars.
Since we know that destroying the Two Avatars will free Blaze and Roxy, it makes sense for the show have each of Evox's monsters to made in a similar fashion to create stakes for each battle.
  • Jossed. They're normal objects infused with Morph-X (via a new type of Morph-X Key made by the villains) that's been infected with Evox's virus.

Nate will be both the gold and silver rangers
Events will cause him to be trapped inside the body of a partially-complete beast bot. However, he'll be able to rewire it so that it can split into a gold and silver ranger. However, this will split his personality in two while morphed as well.
  • Alternately the Silver Beast Bot was a prototype Nate used his own brain waves to program resulting in it having some of his personality but as he was at the time.
  • Alternately (again) Nate's personality is trapped inside the Beast Bot but he pulls the same trick Evox did and creates an Avatar to act as the Gold Ranger
  • Jossed. The gold and silver rangers are separate characters, although Steel is fused with some of Nate's DNA.

Evox is somehow connected to Venjix
Evox is a computer virus that can somehow enter the Morphing Grid and corrupt its energy, making dark rangers. Now, what other computer virus do we know that has access to the Morphing Grid? Venjix. Last time it was trapped in Dillon's morpher, so it could enter the Grid from there, and since the Grid spans across different dimensions, it could've escaped to the main dimension to corrupt the new Beast Morphers rangers.
  • Confirmed; Evox is Venjix reborn; and he indeed escaped towards the main dimension and attempted to corrupt the Beast Morphers rangers.

Roxy's Avatar will receive an upgrade in the form of Escape Evolve's true violet colors to match the Go Busters footage later on down the road.
Given the use of original Hasbro CGI for Evox, and the fact that Roxy's Avatar debuted recolored in an original fight scene during the pilot episode no less, it's possible that all fight scenes in the future with Roxy will be mostly original - with the Stock Footage being used for the Monster of the Week instead.
  • Key word being: "mostly" as Escape Evolve debuts well into Go Busters's tail end and could be used as an power up mode for Roxy should they utilize that footage.

"Enter Unite" will be a separate Avatar from Blaze, one who shakes up the villain's dynamics much like Kilobyte, suave and calculating compared to the teenagers Evox hijacked.
A WMG above has already suggested that Evox may use this Avatar as his own humanoid body, which may be the case (given their color schemes), unless this will be a brand new, separate character.
  • Vargoyle could appear in the form of Enter Unite as well, especially if he's a threat to come later on if Scrozzle's any indication.
    • Jossed. Vargoyle is the counterpart of Go-Buster's Danganloid.
  • Jossed. The Enter Unite form will be an upgraded form of Blaze, called "Robo-Blaze". Link

Evox's Mega Zords will be piloted by Blaze and Roxy as being evil Rangers would mean that they get their own evil Zords
It would help maintain their presence outside of the Go-Busters footage, utilizing the original cockpits from previous seasons for the bad guys this time around. The whole Ranger vs. Ranger gimmick would benefit from this.
  • Jossed—they're just drones reprogrammed with the data from the previously-destroyed Robotrons.
  • For now. Enter and Escape would pilot their own Mega Zords in Go Busters though not until later in the series.

Vargoyle will be Season 2's Big Bad
Evox will be destroyed in the Season 1 finale. The last scene will have Scrozzle, Blaze, and Roxy all arguing about who should be in charge now, when Vargoyle emerges and declares himself the new ruler of the Cyber Dimension.
  • Alternately Evox will infect Vargoyle's body after a failed coup allowing him to finally escape the Cyber Dimension.
    • Somewhat alternatively, now that it turns out (as of Episode 17) that Vargoyle may not be in the Christmas Special after all (and thus may not survive past the Season 1 finale), the Rangers may destroy Vargoyle, only for Scrozzle to salvage his body for Evox's new form - similar to Venjix salvaging General Shifter's body.
    • Probably jossed, as Vargoyle doesn't appear to survive "Rewriting History".

In one episode, Evox will take over all of Earth's televisions and brainwash viewers into hating the Power Rangers.
Naturally, the episode will be called "Evox News".
  • Naturally, if they go for the pun, the "hosts" will be named things like "Hacker Carltron", "G-Nine P-Zero", "Floppy Watters", "Drone-E Lahren", and "Laur-AI Program".
    • Let's not forget "Tron RAM-ity".

At some point, Mayor Daniels will discover his son is a Power Ranger.
He'll be outraged and will try to force Devon to retire, leading to a rift between the two. Eventually Mayor Daniels learns to accept his son's choice.
  • Alternately, he'll remember the Red Ranger's heroism, which he personally witnessed, and the result will be a So Proud of You moment.
    • Confirmed. He sees Devon get forcibly demorphed and captured. Later, after Devon is rescued by the Mayor and the Rangers, he tells Devon how proud he is.

Ben and Betty bumble their way into becoming the Gold and Silver Rangers.
While not as comedic, Masato and J tended to be the more goofy Go Busters. While J might appear as a Beast Bot and likely be Silver, that doesn't rule out anybody else who might not be so obvious of a choice.
  • Likely at least partly jossed, as BTS images indicate that Nate will be the Gold Ranger.
  • Officially Jossed. It's Nate and his new Beast Bot.

Beet J. Stag's counterpart will be a rebel fighter trying to save the Cyber Dimension from Scrozzle, bringing the Gold and Silver powers with him to help fight Evox Terminator-style.
Either Vargoyle isn't Scrozzle's only threat to his power OR Vargoyle may turn out to be J's counterpart and a good guy in a plot twist as he use his own Zords to combat the Gigadrones thrown his way.
  • This would actually fit with how the Cyber Dimension is Go Busters' Hyperspace where we see Beet and Stag's mecha teleport out from. Scrozzle wouldn't just have his Gigadrones around for show if his foes also had such machine-power.
    • It's looking more and more like J's counterpart is still a Beast Bot, albeit one that Scrozzle made from stolen parts and is intending to be Evox's new body.
    • Officially jossed. Nate assembles Steel from the parts that Scrozzle stole from him; Steel is meant to be Evox's new body, but Nate's interference turns them both into Rangers.

The Cyber Dimension is a version of the RPM dimension where Venjix's forces won.
Given how it's likely a cyberpunk wasteland that use to be Earth, polluting the atmosphere beyond repair. Scrozzle even seems like he'd fit in as one of Venjix's Attack Bots and might've been the sole survivor, seeking to finish what his creator started.

Evox will download his essence into a Gigadrone much like Venjix once did, perhaps multiple ones to try and finish the Rangers himself.
At some point, Scrozzle will create a Gigadrone powerful enough to be Evox's physical form and lead into the Season 1 finale where he gets the body that can truly give the Rangers the fight of their lives.

Evox will be defeated in Season 1 but Blaze and Roxy will strive for the Morphing Grid.
Given that Dark Buster and Escape Evolve appears in Go Busters's tail end, odds are that Blaze and Roxy will wake from their comas when their Avatars are destroyed but with the corrupting powers Evox gave them. Both will work separately in order to achieve the goal for themselves, summoning the Gigadrones remotely if Scrozzle is out of the picture.

The Gold and Silver Rangers bring out all the Beetleborgs references
Silver is referred as a Beetleborg, and their morphing call actually ends in "Beetle Blast!" Cos yknow, their morphers are guns... Bonus points if their Morph-X Keys slot into the gun handle from below like magazines.

At some point they'll use the Dobutsu Go-Buster suits in the same context
Meaning a timeline where Evox didn't attack making Blaze and Roxy the Red and Yellow Rangers respectively.
  • The concept of alternate dimensions being emphasized here wouldn't make it out of place. A sort of "It's a wonderful life" story where (perhaps) Ravi wished that Evox never stole Roxy from him, a Christmas episode perhaps.
  • The alternate team would be called the "Beastly Morphin' Power Rangers" and the whole set-up of it would be an homage to MMPR (as well as elements of the Neo-Saban era that attempted to replicate MMPR). It helps that the Dobutsu setting is already based around a high school.

The Rangers accidentally switch bodies with their Beast Bots in one episode.
Zoey and Ravi freak out, but Devon thinks being a robot is awesome.
  • Partly-jossed/partly-confirmed by international spoilers. Devon, Zoey, and Ravi don't switch bodies with their Beast Bots, but Nate and Steel apparently will switch bodies in a future episode.

Blaze and Roxy create a monster called Negatron.
Because why not?

Commander Shaw puts Nate under a "buddy system" in episode 4, and in episode 5 we get a Early-Bird Cameo of Beet J Stag's head; What if Nate builds Beet J Stag's counterpart under the context of "I built my own buddy"?
  • Beet J Stag's It's All About Me actions could also be interpreted as overprotective "You'll need to go through me first" actions in that context as well.

J's Enetron addiction will be translated to Beast Morphers but as a character flaw he must overcome.
  • It would serve as a moral for breaking bad habits or (if they get a little daring) overcoming addiction.
    • Alternately it'll be adapted as him having a flawed fueling system and needed constant charging.
      • Adding to the second one, Steel would be too full of himself to consistently refuel in an episode about accepting your disabilities like for people who are on medication or wheelchair bound.
    • Alternatively, Steel will be shown to have inherited Nate's fear of spiders.
      • Jossed based on international spoilers.

If J's not Vargoyle as suggested above, perhaps the Gold and Silver zords still come from the Cyber Dimension
  • They could be prototype mech that Scrozzle once made until the Rangers sneak into enemy territory and discover them as the potential upperhand over Evox.
    • Alternatively, they can be contained in a special hanger where they are transported ALA how the Ranger summon their weapons. However, they could be built from the same materials as Gigadrones.
    • Jossed. They're built by Grid Battleforce, though they do teleport into battle like their Go-Busters counterparts.

J's body will be Evox's first body
  • Going by Episode 6's events, Scrozzle will create J as a body for Evox to use in order to appease his promise to bring the latter out of the Cyber Dimension. However, Nate will reprogram the body back to the Ranger's side, given that it was made from Grid Battleforce tech.
    • Jossed. Early leaks indicate that the Silver Ranger will be “Half human, half robot and all awesome”.
    • Actually, confirmed - J's body was built for the purpose of becoming Evox's first body, and Evox does inhabit it briefly. Then Nate interfered, booted Evox back out, and turned he and Steel into Rangers, infusing himself with Mantis DNA and Steel with DNA from Nate himself and a scarab beetle.

Ben and Betty will be linked to the Beast Morphers version of Ene-Tan.
  • Just a thought.
    • Given that it appears in just one episode and the movie, it would make sense for Ben and Betty to create their own Beast Bot and Zord with their technical knowledge. Despite their bumbling nature, we've seen that they've got the chops to at least stick their neck out into the action however they can.

Mayor Daniels will be running for reelection in a recurring subplot in Season 2 (which presumably airs in 2020).
  • Too soon?
    • Possibly semi-confirmed by the Fall 2019 trailer, where he's seen holding a campaign rally. So, there will be an election subplot in at least one Season 1 episode. Whether this carries on into Season 2 is unknown at this point.
    • Jossed in terms of Season 2. In the Season 1 finale's final scene, it's revealed he already won reelection off screen.
Nate's zord will not have an animal mode since the Go-Buster's counterpart's animal form looks nothing like a praying mantis.
  • Given that the Beetle form doesn't actually appear that often in Go-Busters, it's likely that it will just be cut out all together in Beast Morphers. Instead, Nate's zord will be restricted to truck mode and battle mode.
    • Hasbro might push for it for toy sales. Though it might not appear as much in Season 1, given Gold and Silver's earlier debut.
    • Alternate theory: The Beetle form will have some CGI edits to make it look more like a mantis.
    • Apparently jossed, if international spoilers are any indication.
Steel's boitorous personality is based on the sort of person Nate wishes he could be.
  • Likely based on his inner boldness shown on display when he pulled the rug out from under Evox itself and morphed in one fell swoop.

Instead of adapting Green Hippo, there will be another Green Ranger created.
Themed after a frog, the green ranger pilots the adapted Ene-tan, being specialized in underwater battles.

In the Season 1 finale, Devon and Blaze will battle each other in their zords - much like in Go Buster's episode "Messiah Shutdown" (which presumably, the Season 1 finale will be based off of). However, the part where the Epsilon Megazord suddenly halts its attack will play out differently.
  • In "Messiah Shutdown", Enter pauses the fight just so that he can taunt the Red Buster some more. In Beast Morphers, however, this part will be portrayed as Blaze's human side intervening and taking control from the Avatar.
    • Alternate theory: That part of the fight will be cut out all together.
      • Confirmed. That particular scene is edited out of the battle.
Blaze and Roxy regain consciousness after their Avatars are defeated but serve as double agents.
  • They'd retain their ability to morph into their evil Ranger forms but on Grid Battleforce's side now. However, Evox's corruption to their minds would remain and Enter Unite's counterpart (presumedly Vargoyle) would have them stab the Rangers in the back at the right time towards the second season's finale.
    • Devon would be shown bonding with Blaze as better friends while Ravi and Roxy rekindle their romance, adding to the weight of their later betrayal. They'd even pilot what would've been their Zords on occassion in order to gain their trust. However, Vargoyle would force their hand once they seemed to be getting too soft.
      • Alternatively, Blaze and Roxy return to GB but the former assume Enter Unite's former when battling the Rangers. They assume its a new Avatar seperate from Blaze until a big reveal down the line. Additionally, Roxy's Avatar goes violet like Escape Evolve as part of a power up that drives her out of control near the second season finale.
    • Enter Unite is an upgraded form of Blaze called "Robo-Blaze".

Ravi will overheat intentionally more often to give them the edge in more battles.
  • He'd be reluctant at first but learn that anger is like any other emotion, one that can be used wisely as it can be used poorly. A relevant moral in this day and age.
    • Sort of confirmed. He intentionally overheats in "Target Tower" to destroy the Avatar Roxy.

Gavan will be adapted as a fellow Space Sheriff like Skyfire.
  • He'd be pursuing an outlaw from space only to get tangled with the Rangers, teaming up just as their enemies do.
    • Alternatively, he will be part of Grid Battleforce as an extra ally who is stationed elsewhere but visits to lead a hand. A way of showing that Coral Harbor isn't the only place that defends from Evox as Morph-X spreads across the world.
  • Semi-confirmed; Captain Chaku may not have the Space Sheriff designation; but his role as space police chasing after an alien outlaw is still in place.

Season 2 will have Evox data cards - which will have the same function as Go Busters' Messiah data cards.
  • The season will also have a similar plotline with Go Busters, with Scrozzle wanting to use the cards to revive Evox, while Blaze and Roxy (and possibly Vargoyle) want to use the cards to increase their own power.
    • Alternatively, Roxy will go down the same path as Escape and also seek to bring back Evox, which eventually puts her in direct conflict with Blaze who wants to take over the Morphin Grid for himself.
      • Another possible scenario: Vargoyle becomes the new Big Bad at the start of Season 2 and forces Scrozzle to use the Evox cards to create more powerful Robotrons that he can use to defeat the Rangers. Scrozzle, Blaze, and Roxy secretly plot to overthrow Vargoyle by using Card 13 to gradually rebuild Evox - the only one capable of destroying Vargoyle. However, Blaze betrays everyone and takes Card 13 for himself.

Evox in Messiah Reboot form will be the final Big Bad.
  • The Season 2 finale will be primarily based off of Go Busters Episode 44, and will thus be one long continuous Megazord brawl.
    • This would be preceded by having Devon face off against Blaze one last time, as well as the team coming together to finish it, and the enemy getting the Morph-X as a net victory all the while.
Tategami Li-oh will be a Zord gone rogue due to an attempted infection by Evox.
  • The AI attempts to hijack a Zord in progress only to just corrupt it and attack Robodrones along with fellow Zords. Devon wears it down while helping Nate transmit an anti-virus program to the rouge Zord, one that foreshadows a way to eliminate Evox.
    • Alternatively, it shows up in Season 2 (after Evox's initial defeat) as some sort of sentient Guardian zord of the Morphin Grid. It mistakenly sees Grid Battleforce as a threat, due to them tapping into the Morphin Grid for Morph X (it perceives this as "theft"). The Rangers then have to convince it that they're on the same side.
      • Additionally, this Guardian would be inhabiting a Zord created by Grid Battleforce given it's later compatibility with the other mech.
    • Or given the recent reporting that Dr. K will appear in Season 2, the Lion could be a zord from the RPM universe that's gone rogue - possibly even infected by a surviving fragment of Venjix's code. This might be a way to introduce a new zord to Beast Morphers while simultaneously dealing with a loose end from RPM.

The remaining Robotrons in Season 1
  • We know that Robotron versions of Drilloid, Tubaloid, Copyloid, Mushikagoloid, and Karateloid will appear in the first season, due to trailers, behind-the-scene photos, casting info, and the show's opening sequence(s). Here are some others that are likely (though not confirmed) to appear:
    Forkloid (first appearance of Delta Gigadrone, as well as BC-04 Battle mode; also one of the monsters Messiah Cell resurrects)
    Filmloid (first appearance of Beast X Ultrazord)
    Parabolaloid (he's one of the monsters Messiah Cell resurrects, and we know that Evox will assume Messiah Cell's form at some point)
    Keyloid (same as Parabolaloid)
    Spannerloid (first use of Explosion Kick; first appearance of Buster Hercules)
    Wataameloid or Rousokuloid - both are good candidates for a Halloween special
    • Parabolaloid confirmed (called Antennatron).
    • Spannerloid confirmed (called Tooltron).
    • Rousokuloid confirmed (called Burnertron).
    • Wataameloid confirmed (called Shockatron).
    • Forkloid confirmed (called Spiketron).
The episode that introduces Nate and Steel's zords will be based off of Go Busters episode 17 instead of 16
  • Although Go Busters Episode 16 is the actual first appearance of both BC-04 and SJ-05, it only features the bug versions of the zords. Episode 17, on the other hand, shows off BC-04's battle mode as well as introduces the Delta Megazord. Doing Ep 17 before 16 would allow Beast Morphers to simultaneously show off the capabilities of the new zords and introduce a new type of Gigadrone. In fact, this could serve as the culmination of a multi-episode "arms race" arc focusing on Grid Battleforce's efforts to create their new zords before Evox can deploy the Delta Gigadrone.
    • Apparently jossed if international spoilers for Episode 9 are any indication.

The Halloween Intergalactic Court will return
In the second season, assuming Blaze and Roxy are restored by Halloween, they'll be arrested and charged for their crimes as Evox's Avatars. The other Rangers will have to counter with evidence that the two of them have redeemed themselves.

Steel will become human in one episode.
  • This is based on recent casting for a "Steel-Teen" - suggesting that Steel will be temporarily turned into a human teenager at some point.
    • Edit: Credit appears to have been deleted, but the point still stands.

Any Sentai stock footage of the Messiah Metaloids will have the "Messiah" labels on their bodies digitally removed.
  • Because Nick and Hasbro aren't going to risk a backlash from parents.
    • Semi-confirmed. The Messiah labels on the costumes for the new footage now say "TESSIAH."

Beast Morphers is the main universe's own version of RPM.
  • A child prodigy creating the Rangers and their weaponry, a Gold as well as a Silver Ranger joining down the line, animal based Zords and robotic enemies run by an advanced A.I. However, this is what might've happened if the team was there to prevent said A.I. from spreading beyond Grid Battleforce. A sort of cosmic coincidence.
    • Confirmed; as of episode 9 of season two, there is a direct connection to RPM, as Doctor K is contacted by Devon to advise him on how to separate his father from Evox.

LT-06, FS-0O, Buster Hercules, and Ace Stag Custom will be introduced in Season 2.
  • They don't show up in the 2019 toyline, suggesting that they're being held off until Season 2.
    • Also, Buster Hercules will be edited out of the zord fight scene in the Season 1 episode featuring Dumbelltron.
    • Jossed, in regards to Buster Hercules (it's called the Striker Megazord).
    • Confirmed with LT-06 (called Beast-X Kingzord).

Mayor Daniels will discover his son is a Ranger before Season 1 ends.
  • This is based on the recently released Fall Comic Con trailer, which shows Devon being forcibly de-morphed during a fight with a Blaze, while a man who appears to be Mayor Daniels is seen watching in the background.
    • Confirmed. In fact, not only does he find out Devon is a Ranger, but in the finale, he goes with the other Rangers into the Cyber Dimension to save him.

There will be a parody episode or special where the Beast Morphers meet an alternate version of their team that mimics the original MMPR.
  • This is based on Go-Busters' special "Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Returns vs. Dōbutsu Sentai Go-Busters" where a monster kills everyone leading to a "It's a Wonderful Life" style story where Messiah didn't exist. The rest of the episode was a parody of common Sentai Tropes and the mystical animal sub-genre. While Toei usually doesn't include movie footage as part of their deals with Power Rangers it is possible that Hasbro bought either the footage or costumes. This would include Green Hippo and Black Panther Rangers.

Vargoyle is Danganloid
  • This is based on the Comic Con Trailer for Fall 2019 (showing the Danganloid-villain declaring "The Rangers are doomed!"), as well as a spoiler image from the Christmas episode which shows Scrozzle and Dangaloid-Vargoyle working together - indicating this is not just your typical Monster of the Day, given that Danganloid-Vargoyle is clearly talking to Evox in the trailer, and the Christmas episode presumably takes place after the Season 1 finale where Evox is presumably destroyed.
    • That or he's an agent of Vargoyle, the latter getting intel on what Scrozzle has been cooking up. After being destroyed, we get a glimpse of the potential new threat to come.
    • Confirmed by international spoilers.
      • Vargoyle may sustain heavy damage come the first season finale and be rebuilt into a counterpart of Enter Unite, a sleaker model that optimizes his combat capabilities.
      • Jossed. Enter Unite is an upgraded form of Blaze called "Robo Blaze".

Evox has the same voice actor as Venjix.
  • Just realized that "Randall Ewing" (Evox) is an anagram of "Andrew Laing" (Venjix) with an extra "L". Also, if you try Googling Randall Ewing, you get zero information on any previous roles he's done. It would be strange if they hired a totally new guy with no prior experience or credentials to do the voice of the show's main villain.
    • If this is true, it - along with the rumored appearances of Dr. K and Colonel Truman - would add credence to theories that Evox is somehow related to Venjix.
    • Close to being realized now, as in season two's ninth episode 'The Evox Snare' Doctor K appears and advises Devon on how to separate his father from Evox. Devon contacts K after researching the struggles Dillon (RPM Operator Series Black) went through with the Venjix virus.
    • Confirmed.

Blaze was the one who unleashed Evox in the first place.
  • In "Rewriting History", Roxy's avatar secretly attaches some sort of device to the real Roxy's pod. We never see a similar device being attached to Blaze's pod, but Roxy and Evox clearly discuss this in front of Blaze. Perhaps Blaze was working with Evox the whole time. Add to this that Evox had to get in there somehow...
    • Most likely jossed. In the following episode, when the real Roxy wakes up, she says she has the memories of her avatar. If Blaze was Evil All Along, she'd have told the Rangers that - unless her Avatar was also unaware of this fact.

Megan will be a recurring villain alongside Robo-Blaze in Season 2, taking Roxy's place.
  • Unlike Roxy, she willingly joins the villains in order to get revenge on Grid Battleforce.
    • Being the former head of Zord Maintanence, Evox would be interested in what she'd have to offer. She would be given Roxy's Ranger form but upgraded to the purple form.
    • Jossed in terms of being a villain, though ironically, she IS actually recruited by Evox while he's posing as Mayor Daniels.

The events of Seeing Red will haunt Devon.
  • Since Devon nearly turned evil during the events of Seeing Red, they could have some lasting effects on him psychologically. When Season 2 introduces the Power Custom forms, he'll be reluctant to use them after what happened with Red Fury Mode.
    • Jossed. Although it would have been a good story line.
Roxy will be a double agent for Evox in Season 2.
While Robo-Blaze will be out in the field, Roxy will likely go undercover back as Grid Battleforce until being found out. This would lead to Ravi facing off with her again despite his conflicting feelings about it.
  • Or, alternatively, it will the reverse: Roxy will pretend to still be evil in order to spy on Evox and feed intelligence to Grid Battleforce.

The rules regarding Rangers dating will be changed.
  • Considering what happened between Roxy and Ravi and the events with Megan, Commander Shaw will soften the rules.
    • Confirmed. Happens at the end of "Secret Struggle".

The Kyoryuger and Gokaiger crossovers will be adapted
To revive an old tradition and potentially bring over stuff like Deathryuger and Basco. Also to make Cross-promotional Zord figures.

Vargoyle will return some time in Season 2.
  • In Gobusters there is a second gold colored Danganloid that appears around the middle of the season. Maybe for some reason or another he will be rebuilt and return as a much stronger threat. Also it would make sense considering he was hyped up long before he actually appeared.
    • Confirmed, in episode 10 of season two Vargoyle is re-animated by the alien criminal Ryjack, and battles Devon and G5 Galactic Police Captain Chaku
The Beast Bots will try to be more proactive and lead to the conception of Powered Custom.
  • In a meta kind of story, they'll feel the need to be more than just Zord Interfaces and try their hand at battling. This would lead Nate to discovering how the Bots can serve as power up modes for the Rangers.
    • Semi-confirmed, in that Cruise (with Devon's pushing) decides to join the Rangers in ground combat, sparking a chain of events that ulimately leads to the creation of the Beast-X mode.
Megan will create Tategami Li-Oh
  • In an attempt to show up Grid Battleforce, she would create her own Zord based on old schematics with Gigadrone scraps for raw materials and pilot it in order to defeat Evox herself. However, Devon would tame the zord and leave her to join Robo-Blaze as suggested above.
    • At least part of this appears to be confirmed by the Season 2 Extended Trailer, which seems to show that Megan returning to Grid Battleforce and showing off the Beast-X King Morpher. Whether or not she ends up switching sides is still unknown.
    • Alternatively, based on the Season 2 Extended Trailer, she could have been recruited by General Burke and Mayor Daniels (actually Evox) to build the King Zord. However, Evox corrupts the King Zord's programming, causing it to rampage, and the Rangers mistakenly believe Megan is responsible. She either ends up helping them stop the King Zord, thereby proving her innocence and redeeming herself for her previous actions, OR she becomes so angry at being falsely accused that she willingly goes over to Evox's side.
      • Confirmed. She builds the King Zord, then later reedems herself to the Rangers by helping them retake control of it.

Evox has hijacked Mayor Daniels' body at the end of "Evox Upgraded"
  • The purple-white energy in Mayor Daniels' hand is exactly the same purple energy that Evox dissolved into when his body is destroyed (also when he first shows up at the start of the series). Evox's consciousness either "rode" or was swept up by the Morph-X shockwave, and traveled through the Cybergate with it, infecting Mayor Daniels when the shockwave hits the mayor.
    • Mayor Daniels will be partially unaware as Evox uses his body to give orders to Scrozzle who had escaped into our world. When the Rangers learn of this, the virus holds his host hostage since they can't delete him without potentially harming Devon's dad.
    • Confirmed.

Mayor Daniels will become Dark Buster towards the Season 2 finale.
  • Evox utilizes Blaze's Avatar data to recreate his Ranger form upon growing in power. Devon would recklessly go into battle and try to save his father.

Blaze's Megazord is a prototype Gigadrone Scrozzle meant as an Omega class at some point.
  • It having a cockpit implies that Scrozzle might've piloted it in the past. Likely to combat Vargoyle.

Scrozzle survives the Christmas finale and will return in Season 2.
  • Despite his Gigadrone getting blown up, they Never Found the Body.
    • Confirmed via Season 2's First Look trailer.

Blaze willingly becomes Robo-Blaze via Scrozzle.
  • Like Roxy, he'll remember all that his Avatar did under Evox's control but find himself desiring that power again and so much more. His robotic form will be similar to Steel as he becomes a melding of man and machine but one who can switch back similar to the VR Trooper or Metalder. His tactics will reflect Enter and Roxy more in terms of brains over brawns as he learns what his corrupted Avatar had lacked.
    • The turning point for him will be in the first episode of Season 2 when he asks to made a Ranger, but Commander Shaw refuses his request since they already have a full Ranger team (plus she's not sure if he's mentally fit to be a Ranger). He subsequently quits Grid Battleforce in frustration, giving Mayor Daniels (who is now possessed by Evox) the opportunity to recruit him.
    • Alternatively, he'll play nice with GB before finding Scrozzle to get his upgrade. With close knowledge of the Rangers, he can collect more Morph-X and battle his "friends." Much like Heckyl, this upgrade will only last so long and he'd be held back back burning through too much Morph-X as he attempts to rectify this weakness. As a human, he'll earn the Rangers' trust and keep his head down. Devon might even start to like him before the true is revealed.
    • Another possibility is that Blaze will hold hidden resentment toward Devon, not only for "stealing" his position as Red Ranger, but because the memories of all his Avatar counterpart's defeats at Devon's hands remind him of the humiliation of their sparring session back in the very first episode. Evox will take advantage of Blaze's anger and use it to corrupt him further, offering to turn him into Robo-Blaze so he can have the chance to take Revenge on Devon.
    • To that end, Robo-Blaze has a new Data Chip that allows him to copy Devon's powers gradually in leading to their final showdown.
    • Most likely jossed as the Extended Trailer for Season 2 seems to show that Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy are artifical beings created from the remnants of the Avatars.

Gigadrones will have cockpits in Season 2.
  • If not in the field, Robo-Blaze will likely retreat to pilot a Gigadrone himself.

The Hydra Worm movies are based on the real life encounters with Mystic Force's Monster of the Day.
  • Odds are that other movies were made based on events like past monster attacks. "Countdown To Destruction" likely made for a neat Sci-Fi epic based on real events.

Blaze and Roxy will become Black Puma and Green Hippopotamus
  • They need something to do now that they're awake, they were supposed to be rangers at the start, and there are two extra Go-Busters suits lying around. Obviously they would need some adjustments – the visors would have to be changed to match the rest of the team, and of course the original Green Hippopotamus was male, but it wouldn't be the first time Beast Morphers made changes like that.
    • Like how the Gold and Silver rangers were (unconvincingly) changed to a mantis and scarab, Green Hippopotamus could be changed to a frog and paired up with Ene-tan.

Mayor Daniels will be a human disguise for Evox while switching between his robot form ala Messagog.
  • The former won't be fully aware of the latter's presence until much later as he sneaks himself into the human world undetected.
    • Confirmed by the Season 2 Extended Trailer, although in this case, Evox appears to have total control over his human form.

Scrozzle has set up shop in what remains of the Cyber Dimension after it's destablization.
  • The recent trailer implies that he and Evox are in another pocket dimension or what's left of their old one. However, now Evox will be able to go to and from Earth.

Vargoyle will return in the gold form from Go Busters where they introduce their adaptation of Gavan as well.
  • Unknown to Scrozzle, his own creation would've put together a new body. If his current one was destroyed, he'd have himself automatically downloaded into his new form as a safety precaution. He'd strike out on his own with no intention of following Evox's orders and become a wild card for a while.
    • Steel will likely be the one to finish him this time around since they had a rivalry in Season 1 they hadn't resolved.
    • Confirmed.

The suits from Kyoryuger Brave will be adapted in the coming team-up to see new figures of previous Rangers
  • It would be written as Kendall upgrading the Ranger suits and serve to bring over toys from the Korean original Sentai sequel.

The Beast vs. Dino team up will have hints of Ryusoulger's adaptation to come, perhaps outright cameos.
  • Taking a cue from Super Sentai team-ups, the Mighty Morphin'/Dino Thunder/Dino Charge reunion will laid a bit of groundwork for the next Dino-themed team to come. Either the next team will be shown morphed in a small cameo or the villains of the team-up will be brought over from Ryusoulger, retreating upon defeat to fight another day.

Blaze and Roxy will become another Red and Yellow Rangers.
  • In order to counter the robotic Avatars, the team will bring in Blaze and Roxy to help in countering them as they had been in their evil version's heads during their coma. To avoid one Ranger conflicting with another (as Dino Thunder had established), Devon and Blaze will tag out depending on the battle as will Roxy with Zoey. This will be due to how they still have remnants of their Rangers powers when Evox made their Avatars. Other times, they'll operate the zords if one of the primary team is out of commision. Perhaps Blaze will be the main pilot of the Beast X King Zord.
    • Alternatively, the Dobutsu Sentai Go-Busters will be adapted in Power Rangers as Beast Morpher's "Team B" made up of Blaze, Roxy, Ben, and Betty. This will culminate in the Sentai being adapted in such a way so that all nine rangers will be able to team up in the Series Finale. Considering the robotic evil versions are "Amber" and "Violet", this may mean Blaze and Roxy will become the alternate "Gold" and "Blue" Dobutsu rangers.

Unlike their Avatars, Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy will have the ability to transfer their data into new robot bodies whenever they are destroyed in battle, much like Enter in the second half of Go-Busters.
  • The First Look trailer for Season 2 shows Nate seemingly destroying Robo-Roxy with the King Bow, and it's HIGHLY unlikely that they'd spoil a major villain's death so casually.
    • Confirmed.
    • Additionally, their data will degrade with each destruction. Perhaps the robotic version's loyalty to Evox will wear thin as they find themselves being destroyed and brought back again far too consistently, leading them to plans of betrayal towards the finale.

Due to having the memories of her evil Avatar, the real Roxy secretly harbors guilt over her Avatar's actions.
  • Roxy's efforts to save all the animals in "Save Our Shores" seem to be motivated by something beyond just being a Nature Lover. One could say that she's seeking redemption for the actions of her evil Avatar, who just so happens to return in the same episode. It's quite possible that in future episodes, the real Roxy will be forced to come to terms with her guilt - possibly through a face-to-face encounter with her evil robot counterpart.
    • Towards the end of the season, she actually morphs into the Blue Ranger in order to take down her as they figure that one who's been in their heads will handle the robo-Avatar better. It adapts Ryuuji's final battle with Escape in a more creative way, taking a cue from SPD in exchanging morphers. Being infected by Evox before means that she'd overheat as well.
      • Alternatively, she will briefly become the Yellow Ranger, and will battle her Cybervillain counterpart in an episode that utilizes stock footage from Go-Busters Mission 37. Her Jackrabbit DNA will have remained dormant until forced to do battle and uses a Wrist Com to transport a Morpher.
    • Slightly jossed in term of Yoko vs. Escape being used for a battle between Zoey and Robo-Roxy. However, that doesn't negate Beast Morphers making their own battle if this idea is used.
      • In the final episode (or near the final episode), Roxy and Ravi will team up to destroy Cybervillain Roxy for good, with the pair delivering the final blow together, using stock footage from Go-Busters Mission 47.

Evox's endgame is to spread Morph-X towers across the world and create a global network that can give him full access to the Morphing Grid.
  • With Mayor Daniels as his host, he had the authority and good will to impliment a secret plan just as he covered up a leakage in Season 2's premiere.
  • The leaked Russian trailer seems to support this, as it shows Evox in Messiah Reboot form absorbing the Morph-X from every tower in the world.

Mayor Daniels' body is trying to reject Evox like an actual virus.
  • His coughing seems a bit more genuine than an excuse to leave the Rangers before changing back into his robot form. Either the real Adam Daniels is trying to purge the virus out of himself or Evox's organic vessel is reacting poorly to his infection not unlike a real one. In the previous episode, Scrozzle warned Evox that Mayor Daniels' body was corrupting his virus, and Evox outright admits in Episode 3 that pretending to be Mayor Daniels sickens him (physically). It's a ticking clock element that will come up for the Rangers to deal with down the line or the real Mayor Daniels is done for.
    • In the final episode (not including the Christmas special), after Mayor Daniels has been freed of Evox, the Rangers discover that his body has produced "cyber-antibodies" capable of neutralizing Evox's virus. The Rangers then extract and weaponize these cyber-antibodies to destroy Evox (who's in Messiah Reboot form at this point) for good, much like the Go-Busters utilized the anti-virus programs installed in their bodies to permanently destroy Messiah.

Beast X Mode will debut by the second mid-season finale.
  • Not unlike how Gold and Silver debuted before Nick put it on break, the power-up mode will premiere just before the break. Either that or it'll leave on a cliffhanger to hint at its debut.
    • Most likely Episode 7 will be where they introduce the Beast X Mode and will be based on Go-Busters Mission 33, while Episode 8 will introduce the Beast X King Zord and will be based on Go-Busters Mission 34. Episode 8 ends with a cliffhanger, with the King Zord suddenly turning against the Rangers and running away (which is exactly how the Go-Busters episode ended).
      • Revision, given the latest info: The Beast X Modes will be introduced in Episode 5 (The Cruise-focused episode). The King Zord will be introduced at the end of Ep. 6 (which will be based off of Go-Busters Mission 34), and Ep. 7 will be based off of Go-Busters Mission 35. Episode 8 will possibly introduce the Beast X King Megazord.
      • New Revision: The Special episode "Boxed In", set to be the actual pre-hiatus finale (instead of Episode 8), will introduce the Beast X King Ultrazord, given that it's likely based off of Go-Busters Mission 38 (this would mean the King Ultrazord will appear before the King Megazord).
      • New Revision: According to Power Rangers Twitter, a total of nine episodes will air before the hiatus (instead of just eight). The exact scheduling is unclear as of yet.

Evox is the virus that Dr. K created to destroy Venjix at the end of RPM.
  • While there's a lot of speculation that Venjix and Evox are the same, this may be contradicted by the fact that Evox has trouble dealing with human DNA, whereas Venjix could easily infect humans. What if Evox is in fact the virus that Dr. K creates to defeat Venjix at the end of RPM? Evox's weakness to human DNA might be a built in-feature desgined by Dr. K as a safeguard in the event that her new virus became sentient like Venjix.

Robo-Blaze, as suggested above, gets a new Data Chip that copies Devon's Beast-X Mode powers for their final face-off.

Evox's Morph-X network will cause the Beast vs. Dino team up almost unintentionally.
  • Towards the finale of the series, Evox tests out his plan for the endgame and causes a disturbance in the Morphing Grid across dimensions as well as time. This causes the Dino Charge team to end up in the main dimension during their battles with Heckyl and Snide before Arcanon, a sort of space-time shift. This leads to the team-up before they lead of Evox's final goal, bringing us closer to the finale.

The Robo-Avatars will attempt to merge with their original human bodies.
  • As suggested above, the Avatars will find their data degrading with each robot body destroyed and become desperate towards the final episodes to preserve themselves whether Evox cares or otherwise. Scrozzle suggests replicating Evox's merging with Mayor Daniels and attempt the Avatars to fuse with their originals, their source codes so to speak. However, Roxy escapes this by morphing into the Yellow Ranger as suggested above while Blaze is actually tempted into accepting the merger. This leads into Devon and Blaze's final confrontation, his darker side making him resent the one who took his place as Red Ranger. This will utilize stock footage from Hiromu's one-on-one with Enter Unite and Yoko's face-off with Escape Evolve in one episode.
    • Slightly jossed in terms of utilizing footage from Mission 37 for a hypothetical Roxy vs. Robo-Roxy. Doesn't negate Beast Morphers making their own.
      • Additionally, Ravi will face off with Robo-Roxy to protect his love with footage taken from Ryuuji's later battle with Escape Evolve on the beach. Roxy tags in with a surprise morph when his overheating gets the better of him and help destroy Robo-Roxy by knowing every move her Avatar makes.
      • Furthermore, Blaze's original ranger form is reconstructed from said Data Chip when the original Blaze breaks away from his corrupted self with Devon's help.
      • Alternatively, Roxy is forcibly merged with her Avatar but breaks free during Ravi's one-on-one with her. The corrupt data lifeform becomes a part of her original and under the real Roxy's control, thanks in no small part to the afformentioned data degradation.

The battle with Messiah Cell will occur after Mayor Daniels's infection is revealed.
  • The Rangers engage with him while Devon insists that they hold back for the sake of his father, explaining the lack of Beast X Mode. The Robotron duplicates he summons are from backups files that Scrozzle gave him along with the Hard Light tech that the Backstreet Brawler 3 tournament utilized, giving him more advanced Cannon Fodder.
    • Additionally, his regeneration abilities will come from a test run of drawing energy from the Morph-X network currently. It will be imperfect but a step closer to his goals.
    • The battle ceases when the real Mayor Daniels holds Evox back ever so briefly, giving the Rangers time to retreat and hope that he can be saved.

At some point, the real Blaze and Roxy will disguise themselves as their robot counterparts in order to infiltrate the Crystal Dimension and sabotage Evox's plans.
  • It seems like an obvious storyline, plus those Disguise Grenades that Ben & Betty invented could come in handy.

The next season's team will appear in the dino crossover.
  • The Beast Morphers made an Early-Bird Cameo and the next season is going to be dinosaur themed, you do the math.
    • The Beast Morphers made the cameo in the comics. Not so sure the Season 28 Rangers will do the same for a live action TV show. There might be some hints about them though, a suited cameo at the very least.

Evox continues his Mayor Daniels identity despite Grid Battleforce's reveal.
  • Given that his demorph occured outside the building, he could reappear while pretending nothing's happened to continue his work. The Rangers would find that even surveilence footage from the entrance was damaged when Evox pushed them back with a shockwave, leaving them with little evidence to even present to General Burke. This would lead to a mini-arc of trying to expose this to the public and trying to split Mayor Daniels from Evox while their foe uses their efforts to undermine GB's authority.
    • Given that Commander Shaw herself witnessed the Mayor turning into Evox, it would be very unlikely that Evox could continue pretending to be Mayor Daniels. Though one could see them keeping the Mayor's fate from getting out into the public for fear of a panic.
    • Alternatively, for the mid-season premiere, they lack physical evidence to fully convince General Burke who does trust them on the whole but less so with seemingly bold claims. Evox capitalizes on it to pose as the "real Mayor Daniels" whom was being impersonated by the virus itself to confuse the Rangers, sowing doubts in Devon most of all who's worried for his father. However, it serves as a means to trap them in a battle adapted from Mission 30 of Go Busters where Evox's regeneration comes from connecting with the semi-finished Morph-X network. They manages to get out reletively fine but Evox's double nature is fully exposed with no room for doubt.
    • Jossed; Daniels is finally separated from Evox at the climax of season two, episode nine.

During the second half of Season 2, Evox banishes Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy from the Crystal Dimension due to their failure to keep the Rangers from discovering his secret.
  • This would lead to Robo-Blaze and Robo-Roxy becoming lone wolves, like Zeltrax and General Shifter. That would shake things up, as perhaps the two Cybervillains might offer the Rangers their help to defeat Evox, while simultaneously plotting to seize control of the Morphin' Grid for themselves.

Nate's parents will appear (and have a major role) during the second half of Season 2.
  • They will return from their work overseas to help Grid Battleforce design new Ranger weapons for the battle against Evox's forces. In addition, they will also try to reconnect with their son after being apart from him for so long.
    • Semi-confirmed by a synposis for an upcoming episode being aired in the UK in June. Nate's parents will show up, though their connection to Grid Battleforce is not made clear.

Ene-tan will be an old prototype Zord that Ben and Betty reactivate in time for the finale battle against Evox.
  • Their usual C-plot shenanegins lead them to step up and become the heroes they could be, piloting an actual Zord to give the Rangers just the edge they need.

Dobutsu Sentai Go-Busters will be adapted in the vein of "Lost And Found In Translation."
  • General Burke will announce that he commissioned a Japanese studio to create a Power Rangers movie in their honor of defeating Evox, the Christmas Special taking place after the final battle. Scenes from the movie will largely be edited together from Cheetah Nick's time in the alternate reality as a somewhat Abridged Series version, complete with goofy dialogue ala Kung Pow: Enter The Fist. Bonus points for the Rangers color commentary on it all. While completely off the mark, the Rangers appreciate the heart that went into the Chrtistmas gift in spite of itself.
    • Additionally, the Go-Busters will be voiced by the actors of their PR Counterparts with voices straight out of a bad Hong Kong movie dub. This includes Commander Kuroki with a very fake manly voice. It also features certain quirks of the Neo-Saban era from super bland acting, constantly quipping during battle and the weird editing of footage.
    • Alternatively, Ben and Betty helped voice all the characters with their actors hamming it up big time.

Nate and Steel switching bodies will end similarly to the Kim Possible episode with the same premise
  • Either Steel will discover that there are people who make fun of Nate for being a nerd, or Nate will find out that there are people who treat Steel like "just a robot". The episode will then end with those same people apologizing because they were "given some sensitivity training"

Messiah Is Venjix
  • A trailer for Disney Russia (which airs Beast Morphers) reveals Messiah is the big bad of Beast Morphers finale, Earlier episodes of the second season had revealed RPM equipment is located in the Grid Battleforce Ranger vault...which would include Scott Truman's morpher, which Venjix is trapped inside, another episode is titled "Source Code" and teases that Nate discovers a shocking truth with the help of an ally, could this be the reveal of Evox's origins as an off-shoot of Venjix and that he intends to free him from Scott's morpher once he enters the vault?
    • More likely, Messiah Reboot is Evox's Final Form. Also, the truth that Nate discovers may be that he is somehow responsible for Evox's creation. This revelation demoralizes him to the point of despair, until Dr. K is able to shake him out of his depression by talking about how she was responsible for releasing the Venjix virus on her Earth.
    • In the episode "Crunch Time", Evox tells Scrozzle he has many secrets and a "very dark past" perhaps this means he is Venjix himself, and will eventually take the form of Messiah.
    • In "Source Code", it is revealed that Evox is an off-shoot of the Venjix virus created by Nate when he was a young boy, he mixed raw data from a Cell Shift RPM Morpher containing the Venjix virus with serpent DNA and Morph-X. Evox broke loose and inhabited Grid Battleforce's network, laying dormant for years until the events of the first Beast Morphers episode. Upon infiltrating the base again, Evox takes the Cell Shift morpher from the vault and downloads the remainder of Venjix 100% into him
    • As of the finale, "Evox Unleashed", Confirmed.

"Crunch Time" sees the return of General Crunch
  • Not necessarily out of the question given that "Finders Keepers" sees the return of Keeper. It would also allow for Colonel Truman to make his rumored cameo appearance, perhaps having him contact Grid Battleforce to warn them that General Crunch is back and is in their dimension.
    • Jossed

Scrozzle brought Venjix Back To Corinth

  • In the finale "Evox Unleashed", it is revealed in the Time Skip that Scrozzle was hiding out in Corinth for over a year. It's possible Venjix gave Scrozzle access codes to his raw data, and Scrozzle could have installed him somewhere in Corinth's mainframe before Ben and Betty caught up to him. Venjix is potentially back where he belongs, ready to plot his revenge on Doctor K and the Ranger operators.

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