Power Rangers Mega Force Season 1 Trailer
Power Rangers Mega Force Season 1 Summary
Season 1, Episode 1: Mega Mission
Troy, the new kid in school, has a dream on the school bus of many Power Ranger teams battling an unknown enemy army. Meanwhile, the Insectoid-like race known as Warstar plans to invade Earth. Gosei, an intergalactic wizard who was an apprentice of Zordon (mentor of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) awakens from his sleep and has his robot aid Tensou summon “a group of teenagers with attitude” to fend off Warstar’s threats. The five new Power Rangers – Troy, Noah, Gia, Emma, and Jake – are summoned to Gosei’s stronghold and are given their new Power Ranger gear, and then proceed to defeat the invading Warstar forces and win their first battle.
Season 1, Episode 2: He Blasted Me with Science
Warstar’s scientist Yuffo is sent to study humanity to figure out how the invasion can be completed more efficiently and to discover a way to defeat the Power Rangers. Troy is approached by Creepox in the forest, trying to goad him into a fight, but Troy refuses. Yuffo proceeds to attack the Power Rangers, but they combine their weapons and are victorious. However, the alien threat is super-sized using a Warstar technology called Zombats, leading the Megaforce Rangers to learn to call upon their Zords. Meanwhile, Jake tries to impress Gia, only to get nowhere.
Season 1, Episode 3: Going Viral
ake brings his Snake-Axe in a guitar case to use as a weight to strengthen himself. But when Noah has trouble lifting Jake’s heavy weapon, he begins to doubt his abilities until he learns that he can do anything if he believes in himself. Warstar sends Virox to infect humans with one sneeze, turning them into Loogies, Warstar foot soldiers, leading the Rangers to quarantine the infected. Noah’s belief in his abilities enables him to unlock a new Zord combination and defeat the monster Virox. Afterward, Noah replaces Jake’s heavy ax with a lighter metal for better balance, only for Jake to be initially unable to swing the ax properly
Season 1, Episode 4: Stranger Ranger
A civilian, named Jordan falsely claims to be one of the Power Rangers, distracting the real Power Rangers from their attempts to focus their concentration on training for future battles, particularly the attacks of Dragonflay. The Rangers eventually defeat the Warstar monster. Jordan eventually admits to the public that he is not a Power Ranger, later telling Troy he has learned that it is better to be himself.
Season 1, Episode 5: United We Stand
The Warstar monster Beezara uses her powers to turn Gia and Emma against each other and the boys into her loyal drones.
Season 1, Episode 6: Harmony and Dizchord
When Dizchord attacks the city with music that produces physical pain, the Rangers must fight back in an unorthodox way with a song of their own.
Season 1, Episode 7: Who’s Crying Now?
Troy defends a kid from bullies that want to crush the rare insect that he has found. Afterwards, the Rangers end up in their final battle against Creepox.
Season 1, Episode 8: Robo Knight
Robo Knight awakens to help the Rangers when the Toxic Mutants awaken and threaten to pollute the environment with their monster Hisser.
Season 1, Episode 9: Prince Takes Knight
Vrak and Psychotick capture Robo Knight in order to reprogram him to serve the Warstar.
Season 1, Episode 10: Man and Machine
The Megaforce Rangers must teach Robo Knight the meaning of teamwork at the time when Vrak and the Toxic Mutants unleash the powerful Shadow Serpent upon the city
Season 1, Episode 11: Ultra Power
The Megaforce Rangers must find a powerful ancient weapon called the Wild Sword in the Black Mountains. Vrak plans to get to the sword first where he enlist the help of Distractor.
Season 1, Episode 12: Last Laugh
Gia, Emma, Troy, and Jake are captured by Nojoke during his capture of laughing people. Noah and Robo Knight must overcome their differences to free the captive Rangers and defeat Nojoke.
Season 1, Episode 13: Dream-Snatcher
A dream-eating monster called Dream Snatcher preys on Emma after being powered up by the Aurora Box that belonged to Vrak’s family. The Rangers and Robo Knight must rescue Emma’s dreams and defeat Dream Snatcher before the Roots of Despair emitted from his victims rot the Earth.
Season 1, Episode 14: Gosei Ultimate
Gosei and the Rangers must work together to defeat Bluefur and Bigs once and for all when they use the power of the Aurora Box to make themselves stronger.
Season 1, Episode 15: The Human Factor
Vrak’s newest creation Metal Alice tries to convince Robo Knight to work for her and her robot army rather than the Power Rangers.
Season 1, Episode 16: Rice the Robot
Metal Alice’s robot Rico malfunctions and Emma and the Power Rangers try to teach it compassion.
Season 1, Episode 17: Staying on Track
Metal Alice plans to attack the city by derailing a train while Robo Knight learns what it means to be human when he meets a young boy.
Season 1, Episode 18: The Human Condition
As Robo Knight continues to explore humanity, Admiral Malkor awakens from his cocoon and heads out to destroy the Power Rangers
Season 1, Episode 19: The Messenger
Metal Alice converts Vrak into a robot/cyborg to attack the Power Rangers when she is visited by a robot known as Messenger who informs her the invasion will soon begin.
Season 1, Episode 20: End Game
The Power Rangers fight against Cyborg Vrak, Metal Alice, and Messenger to save the Earth, even if it might cost them all of their powers.
Season 1, Halloween Special: Raising Spirits
In this Halloween special, the Rangers meet a medium whose crystal ball curiously shows them previous battles – and raises their suspicions by acting in favor of the creatures and villains shown. The fortune teller reveals his identity as a mutant named Glytcher and attempts to cause all electronics in the city to malfunction. With Emma’s help, the Rangers must find a way to defeat him and save Halloween.
Season 1, Christmas Special: The Robo Knight Before Christmas
In this Christmas special, Robo Knight learns the true meaning of Christmas from a group of children when he disguises himself as a donated Christmas toy and is shipped in a charity crate to Africa. Once in Africa, he tells the children in an African village about his life and the heroic actions of the Power Rangers.
Power Rangers Mega Force Season 1 Review
Another Spinoff that wasn’t needed or wanted. There was really no difference to all the other versions.