Gokaiger to Power Rangers Super Megaforce

Compiled by Joe Rovang

Power Rangers Super Megaforce (2014) adapts footage from Gokaiger, a sentai starring pirate-themed team who use Ranger Keys to take on the powers (and suits) of past Ranger/sentai teams. Known Super Megaforce episode titles can be found here.

Names below in square brackets are placeholders.

NameDescription
Super Mega Rangers
Red Troy's upgraded form; uses both sword (Super Mega Saber) and gun (Super Mega Blaster)
Blue Noah's upgraded form; primarily uses sword(s)
Green Jake's upgraded form; primarily uses gun(s)
Yellow Gia's upgraded form; primarily uses sword(s)
Pink Emma's upgraded form; primarily uses gun(s)
Silver new character named Orion; gains an armored [Gold Mode] later in the series
Allies
Legendary Battle large battle foreshadowed in Megaforce (season 1), to occur in SMF #20
Ninjor appears briefly late in the series (akin to a cameo)
Arsenal
Ranger Keys figurines/keys resembling past and present Rangers
Sixth Rangers additional batch of keys which debut circa Orion's arrival
[Helper Heroes] additional batch of keys which show up later (PR use unknown)
Super Mega Cannon five-key cannon, debuts in sentai ep 32
Sky Ship flying red pirate ship
Legendary Megazord comprised of Sky Ship and four other vehicles usually stored inside ship
Mystic Dragon red version of four Titans' dragon formation from Mystic Force (debuts in sentai ep 3); allows formation of Mystic Force Megazord
Delta Runner red patrol car Zord from SPD (debuts in sentai ep 5); allows formation of SPD Megazord
Red Lion Cole's Wildzord from Wild Force (debuts in sentai ep 9); allows formation of centaur-like [Wild Force Megazord] and warrior-like [Samurai Megazord]
[Heliship] red and white ship; featured prominently in sentai ep 50; allows formation of flying [Legendary Heliship Megazord]; PR name/use unknown, if any
Q-Rex blue T-rex/robot/ship used by Silver (debuts in sentai ep 18); combines (rarely) with Legendary Megazord to form [Legendary Q-Rex Megazord]; name from toy line
Ninjazord green variation of Ninja Storm's Minizord (debuts in sentai ep 25); allows formation of [Legendary Ninja Megazord]
Turbo Falcon Zord original RPM Zord, bears the number 13 (debuts in sentai ep 35); allows formation of [Legendary RPM Megazord]
Ultimate Legendary Megazord combination of Legendary Megazord, Q-Rex, and Turbo Falcon Zord (debuts in sentai ep 38)
Villains
Armada invading alien forces
Prince Vekar melodramatic leader of armada (sentai eps 1-38); brother of Vrak
Damaras serious, large brown armored fellow (sentai eps 1-43)
Princess Levira green weapons expert (sentai eps 1-49)
Argus stoic mechanical general (sentai eps 1-38)
X-Borgs low-level foot soldiers
Bruisers tougher foot soldiers, colored blue
[Red Bruisers] toughest foot soldiers (debut in sentai ep 37); official name unknown
[Basco] treacherous pirate (first appears in usable monster form in sentai ep 31, defeated in ep 48); PR name/use unknown, if any
[Monkey] robotic simian loyal to Basco (dies in sentai ep 47); PR name/use unknown, if any
Emperor supreme leader of the armada (debuts circa sentai ep 38/39)
Ranger Keys
TeamTroyNoahJakeGiaEmmaSixth Rangers[Helper Heroes]
MMPR RedBlueBlackYellow (with skirt)Pink Green
[Dairanger] RedBlueGreenYellow (with skirt)Pink White (MMPR)
Aquitian RedBlueBlackYellowWhite (no sentai Ninjor key)
Zeo RedBlueGreenYellowPink Gold (no sentai Auric key)
Turbo RedBlueGreenYellowPink (no sentai Phantom key) Blue Senturion
Space RedBlueBlackYellowPink Silver
Lost Galaxy RedBlueGreenYellow (with skirt)Pink Magna Defender
Lightspeed Rescue RedBlueGreenYellow (with skirt)Pink (no sentai Titanium key)
Time Force RedBlueGreenYellow (with skirt)Pink Quantum
Wild Force RedBlueBlackYellow (with skirt)White Lunar Wolf
Ninja Storm RedBlue (male)CrimsonYellow (with skirt)Navy (with skirt) Green
Dino Thunder RedBlueBlackYellowWhite
SPD RedBlueGreenYellowPink Omega Shadow, Cat
Mystic Force RedBlue (male)GreenYellow (with skirt)Pink Solaris Knight Wolf Warrior, Mystic White
Overdrive RedBlueBlackYellowPink Mercury Sentinel Knight
Jungle Fury RedBlueWolfYellowRhino (with skirt) Dai Shi, Camille
RPM RedBlueGreenYellowBlack (with skirt) Silver, Gold
Samurai RedBlueGreenYellowPink Gold female Red
Megaforce RedBlueBlackYellowPink Robo Knight
Super Megaforce RedBlueGreenYellowPink Silver

Episodes:

Each sentai episode is summarized below in blue as though it were closely adapted for Power Rangers (though any number of plot points will likely change to reflect the piratey powers being used by the existing Megaforce team). Usable sentai footage is listed in black bullet points.

Episode 1

The Super Megaforce Rangers engage the armada for the first time.

Footage:

Unknown: Will the show make any mention of missing Ranger Keys (i.e. sixth Ranger keys) before they begin to appear circa sentai ep 15?

Unknown: Given that the Legendary Battle is being saved for the Super Megaforce finale, will the repowering of past Ranger teams in SMF #20 require the Super Megaforce team to part with their Ranger Key collection in the finale? How will future and other-dimensional teams arrive? How will the show avoid or explain roster overlaps (Tommy's many identities, for instance)?

Update: Portions of this episode were adapted as SMF #1: "Super Megaforce" (and moon battle in SMF #2). The Legendary Battle is being saved for SMF #20.

Episode 2

A clue sends the team searching for a man in black. Troy lets a defiant young civilian borrow the Samurai Red key after thinking back on his own past.

Footage:

Oddity: During the all-Red change, Jake (Megaforce Black/Green) changes into Megaforce Red (this scene was modified for PR).

Update: Battle footage from this episode was incorporated into SMF #1.

Episode 3

Separated from the others, Troy and Jake overcome perils to meet the man in black (above), the former Red Mystic Ranger, who grants the team a new Zord.

Footage:

Oddity: The Mystic Force morph seen here lacked the acrobatics of the PRMF morph.

Update: The all-Black change from this episode was incorporated into SMF #4.

Episode 4

Emma is concerned as Noah refines his swordsmanship to defeat a monster.

Footage:

Update: This episode was adapted as SMF #3: "Blue Saber Saga."

Episode 5

While following a "police" clue, Troy is briefly arrested by SPD officers. He eventually gains Doggie Cruger's trust, and the team receives the Delta Runner.

Footage:

Oddity: The SPD morph seen here lacked the acrobatics of the standard SPD morph. Also, not that we'd know from Power Rangers alone, but the original sentai version of Dairanger Yellow was skirtless (and male), while her suit here now has a skirt.

Update: This episode was adapted as SMF #2: "Earth Fights Back" (minus cameos).

Episode 6

Gia works for a wealthy man whose obsession with money has estranged him from his daughter.

Footage:

Oddity: Since when did the Thermo Blasters fight fires? In PR, they fired heat beams! Also, Lightspeed Yellow now has a skirt to match Lightspeed Pink's, but Lightspeed Yellow was already female (but just skirtless) in PRLR.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 7

Noticing their combat abilities are inferior to their teammates', Emma and Jake take up kung fu; their teacher turns out to be the tiger-child (former Jungle Fury Red) mentioned in a clue.

Footage:

Oddity: Wild Force Yellow now has a skirt to match Wild Force White's, but Wild Force Yellow was already female (but just skirtless) in PRWF.

Update: This episode was adapted as SMF #6: "Spirit of the Tiger" (with Casey cameo).

Episode 8

The villains spy on the Rangers as they scour the Sky Ship for their ally. He/she returns and mentions an island in the sky.

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 9

After a run-in with a monster and Red Lion aboard the Animarium, the Rangers meet the former Red Wild Force Ranger, who initially thinks poorly of them. Red Lion eventually lends help.

Footage:

Oddity: See Wild Force Yellow note at Gokai #7.

Update: This episode was adapted as SMF #4: "A Lion's Alliance" (minus a cameo).

Episode 10

Noah and Gia sneak into an armada ship to disable a super-weapon but end up roped into a poker match.

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 11

After a clue warns of samurai, Lauren attacks the Super Megaforce team, seeking to reclaim the Samurai powers. Noah agrees to a duel but is distracted by the discovery that Argus was once someone close to him.

Footage:

Oddity: MMPR Yellow now has a skirt to match MMPR Pink's, but MMPR Yellow was already female (but just skirtless) in MMPR. Likewise, Galaxy Yellow now has a skirt despite being female and skirtless in PRLG.

Update: This episode and the next were combined into SMF #5: "Samurai Surprise" (with Jayden cameo).

Episode 12

Noah fails to get through to Argus but, thinking on his friendship with Troy, returns to help the others defeat the monster. The Samurai Megazord debuts.

Footage:

Oddity: The Samurai morph seen here was mostly dissimilar to the PRS morph.

Update: This episode and prior were combined into SMF #5.

Episode 13

Emma helps a desperate kidnapper who unwittingly holds a toxic alien metal the armada wants.

Footage:

Update: Limited battle footage from this episode was used in SMF #3.

Episode 14

A traffic safety premonition leads the team to the former Red Turbo Ranger, with whom Levira has fallen in love and who is now targeted by a jealous monster.

Footage:

Oddity: The Turbo morph seen here (if you can call it a morph sequence) is dissimilar to the PRT morph (and goofy to boot); it will surely be omitted or reshot.

Unknown: Will the Turbo Megazord Spinout be referenced in any way during the Zord battle?

Update: This episode will apparently be adapted as SMF #11: "Love is in the Air" (but with Levira in love with Jake, thanks to a love spell).

Episode 15

One of Troy's former associates, Basco, returns with Ranger Keys of his own; his horn creates sixth-Ranger drones who capture Troy's teammates.

Footage:

Unknown: Will Basco have a PR counterpart? Without this 2-parter, how will the Rangers obtain their sixth-Ranger keys?

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 16

Troy is ordered to surrender his Ranger Keys in exchange for his teammates, but he saves the day anyway. The team now has 15 new keys!

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 17

The latest clue leads the Rangers to a "somewhat spectacular silver person;" an exuberant Ranger fan who fits the bill reveals himself as the Silver Ranger!

Footage:

Unknown: Will Silver remain a Ranger history buff? How will the sixth-Ranger keys debut if Basco is omitted from the series?

Update: This episode will apparently be adapted as SMF #7: "Silver Lining, part 1" (with bomb plot intact).

Episode 18

Orion recounts receiving his powers from MMPR Green, Quantum, and Dino White. His reckless rescue of civilians earns him a spot on the team, and the keys of the aforementioned trio unlock the Q-Rex.

Footage:

Unknown: Will Silver's origin be similar in PR? Where will his powers come from? Further, the future city protected by Time Force is seen to be the origin of the so-called "Q-Rex"; will this footage remain in PR? (Most future episodes show the Q-Rex emerging from a nondescript warp tunnel only.) Will Eric appear or be referenced in any capacity?

Unknown: What will be the status of Robo Knight and his powers at this point? Would a Ranger-change into Robo Knight make sense?

Update: This episode will apparently be adapted as SMF #8: "Silver Lining, part 2."

Episode 19

Jake is jealous of everyone's admiration of Orion. When the others succumb to a willpower-stealing monster, Jake encourages Orion to combine his sixth-Ranger keys for a new power-up.

Footage:

Unknown: In PR, will Orion still have a vision of morphed Gem and Gemma before fusing their keys? Will the Titanium Ranger be worked into Orion's Gold Mode at all? (As if!)

Update: This episode will apparently be adapted as SMF #9: "Power of Six."

Episode 20

The Rangers follow a clue to the Galaxy Rangers'... um... forest and meet the Corbett brothers; Mike tests Orion. Basco reveals four more Ranger Keys; the Rangers obtain Magna Defender's.

Footage:

Oddity: The Galaxy morph seen here is dissimilar to the PRLG morph, but there's probably little reason to reshoot it.

Unknown: Will any of these helper hero keys (and/or their associated evil drones) appear in PR?

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 21

The former Red Overdrive Ranger enlists Troy and Gia's help to seek an artifact, but they're too late: Moltor has been revived.

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 22

Noah and Orion cross paths with a boy on a personal mission. They also save the Earth from an asteroid.

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 23

Following a clue about helping people, Emma and Gia meet the former Pink Lightspeed Ranger. Gia realizes she may be overprotective of Emma.

Footage:

Unknown: Will any of the helper heroes appear in PR in any capacity?

Oddity: In her footage, Camille's breastplate features a chameleon design whose eyes rather resemble exposed breasts (Jungle Fury omitted Camille's sentai footage and instead used a modified version of this costume). Could this footage be salvaged with special effects (at minimum airbrushing out the nipple-like jewels)?

Oddity: The Lightspeed morph seen here is dissimilar to the PRLR morph, but it would probably be passable if the cape-swooshing were omitted.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 24

The monster from episode 14 ("J") seeks legitimate work but must first soften the heart of a food vendor's prejudiced mother.

Footage:

Oddity: Time Force Yellow now has a skirt to match Time Force Pink's, but Time Force Yellow was already female (but just skirtless) in PRTF.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (unless it's combined with sentai episode 14 into SMF #11).

Episode 25

The sons of Vexacus and Shimazu capture Troy, Gia, and Noah. The former Wind Rangers observe.

Footage:

Unknown: How will the Rangers acquire a green version of the Minizord? If the episode is adapted, will the villains be the original Vexacus and Shimazu?

Oddity: During his initial battle, Yellow kicks Shimazu in the crotch after he accidentally grabs her breasts; this could be omitted easily.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 26

The Megaforce Rangers return the Wind Rangers' powers, allowing them to rescue the others. The Legendary Ninja Megazord debuts.

Footage:

Oddity: Presumably the Wind Rangers wouldn't sprout large ears to eavesdrop on anyone in PR.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 27

Despite a body-swapping incident, Gia and Jake help thwart the villains' attack on a peace conference.

Footage:

Oddity: While in Yellow's body, Green is briefly seen hiking up his skirt (and later lowering it) for some reason during the battle.

Update: This episode will apparently be adapted as SMF #13: "The Grass is Always Greener or Bluer" (but with Jake swapping bodies with Noah instead). The so-called "Ninjazord" may debut here (unless it already debuted in SMF #10).

Episode 28

The spirit of a dead former Ranger encourages Troy as he faces a fearsome bounty hunter.

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 29

As Dino Blue and his wife observe, Emma creatively thwarts a love-stealing monster. Emma receives a Dino Pink key but is disappointed in the results.

Footage:

Oddity: The Dino morph seen here is partly dissimilar to the PRDT morph (specifically regarding the visor-roaring), but it's probably passable anyway (Pink aside).

Update: This episode will apparently be adapted as SMF #12: "United as One."

Episode 30

Emma and Noah encounter a former Yellow Ranger mentioned in a clue; he sadly determines there's no way to reverse Argus's transformation, but Noah defeats the scientist responsible before he can make more Arguses from Earthlings.

Footage:

Unknown: Will this monster even be associated with Argus at all?

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 31

As the former Zeo Red tries to recover Ranger powers Basco has stolen, Zeo Pink prepares to give the Zeo ultimate power to the Megaforce team. The team instead confronts Basco but are soundly beaten when he reveals his true form.

Footage:

Unknown: Will any of the helper heroes appear in PR in any capacity? Do all of the helper heroes even make sense as Ranger Keys?

Oddity: See note at episode 23 regarding Camille.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 32

As the Rangers nurse their wounds from the previous battle, Jake devises a new weapon.

Footage:

Update: Per the toy description, it appears Noah builds the cannon and that this episode's monster will be used in some capacity. Could this be SMF #10: "The Perfect Storm"? If so, this would probably serve as the Ninjazord's debut.

Episode 33

When Orion temporarily loses his Morpher, a former Red Ranger helps him remember his passion for helping people.

Footage:

Oddity: Silver's early casting side used dialog from this episode (Dairanger Red's placeholder name was Ryan Jones, "Red Ranger of the Star Force").

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 34

While a shapeshifting monster is on the loose, Gia is reacquainted with a figure from her past.

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point.

Episode 35

The Rangers reluctantly fight Venjix forces in another dimension, but they're prevented from returning.

Footage:

Update: This episode and the next will apparently be merged as SMF #14: "In the Driver's Seat" (with a visit to Corinth!).

Episode 36

The Rangers tame the Turbo Falcon Zord and return to defeat Cog.

Footage:

Unknown: Will the Turbo Falcon remain sentient, or will its speaking footage be omitted as it was in RPM?

Oddity: The RPM morph seen here is dissimilar to the standard RPM morph, but there's probably little reason to reshoot it.

Update: This episode and prior will apparently be merged as SMF #14.

Episode 37

As Troy ponders what it means to truly defend a world, Vekar attacks in his own Zord.

Footage:

Unknown: Will PR retain any Ranger changes into helper heroes (such as in the red Bruiser fight here)?

Update: This episode and the next will apparently be merged as SMF #15: "All Hail Prince Vekar."

Episode 38

Noah defeats Argus. Troy learns the value of teamwork. Vekar dies to a new Megazord formation.

Footage:

Update: This episode and prior will apparently be merged as SMF #15.

Episode 39

The Rangers meet the former Space Red, who requests they attend his high school. Basco threatens to blow up the school, but the Rangers stop him.

Footage:

Oddity: As in PRIS, part of the sentai Space morph should arguably be obscured ("Megaranger Ready" to "Morphing Complete").

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 40

The former (future?) Time Force Yellow sends the SMF Rangers back one year to defend a temple (containing Ninjor's jar?); only later does Time Force Yellow realize his/her child was saved as well.

Footage:

Oddity: The SMF Rangers are seen fighting Nighlok forces and a Megaforce robot (one of Metal Alice's).

Oddity: The Time Force morph seen here is mostly dissimilar to the PRTF morph (though it was seen in the PRTF intro!); there's probably little reason to reshoot it.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 41

The emperor arrives; Emma seeks to destroy the general who destroyed her homeland.

Footage:

Unknown: Will PR retain any Ranger changes into helper-heroes (such as SPD Cat/Shadow and female Samurai Red here)?

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 42

The team learns Jake was a legendary hero; he's then the only Ranger left when the team loses to Damaras and Basco.

Footage:

Unknown: Will PR retain any Ranger changes into helper heroes (such as Dai Shi and Camille here)?

Oddity: Camille again.

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 43

Jake's heroic backstory is a lie, but he saves Troy. Damaras falls, in part thanks to Basco's betrayal.

Footage:

Unknown: Will Basco's monster form (whatever he's named) still play a role in Damaras's downfall? Will Damaras have been underestimating Jake throughout the series?

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 44

Gia saves Christmas after Orion is turned into a doll.

Footage:

Christmas episode with Yellow focus.

Oddity: Why would Emma (Megaforce Pink) change into Megaforce Yellow? (This would presumably be reshot.)

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified, as are any possible holiday specials).

Episode 45

The Rangers free Ninjor and recap the season's events for him (clip show).

Unknown: Will Ninjor be freed from a jar, and will he be reluctant to help the SMF Rangers? Most importantly, will his voice sound like season 3??

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 46

Jake and Orion are turned into jerks; Emma's trust in them rekindles Ninjor's trust in humans.

Footage:

Unknown: Will the monster still turn people evil? Will Ninjor undergo the same epiphany in PR? Will an explicit connection between Ninjor and the Aquitian powers be made?

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 47

The Rangers help Basco's abused Monkey, but it's all part of Basco's plan to claim the Sky Ship and Ranger Keys.

Footage:

Unknown: How much (if any) of Basco and Monkey's scenes will remain in PR? Will PR retain any Ranger changes into helper heroes (such as Magna Defender here)?

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 48

After the other Rangers storm the captured Sky Ship, injured Troy endures a final battle with Basco.

Footage:

Oddity: Why would Orion (Megaforce Silver) change into Megaforce Red? (This would presumably be reshot.)

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (SMF episodes 16-18 are currently unidentified).

Episode 49

The SMF Rangers find the treasure they sought but are faced with a terrible choice. The emperor prepares for a full-scale invasion of Earth.

Footage:

Update: No episode matching this description is known at this point (but note that Levira's voice actress being credited for 19 episodes would fit this episode being used as SMF #19).

Episode 50

The emperor's invasion begins. The Rangers opt to destroy the great treasure.

Footage:

Update: Some battle footage from this episode will be used in SMF #20: "Legendary Battle."

Episode 51

The SMF Rangers triumph over the armada.

Footage:

Unknown: Will the emperor even appear in PR? Will PR retain any Ranger changes into helper heroes (such as in the Fishface battle here)? Will the SMF Rangers return other teams' Ranger Keys for the Legendary Battle?

Update: Some battle footage from this episode will be used in SMF #20: "Legendary Battle." This episode will also contain assorted cameos.