Power Rangers Beast Morphers
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Power Rangers Beast Morphers is the 23rd series (and 26th and 27th seasons) of Power Rangers, adapted from Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters.
Grid Battleforce, a secret agency based out of the town of Coral Harbor, has been conducting experiments on the Morphing grid in order to tap into its power. The mayor, while approving of the prospects of clean energy, has his doubts because of past threats to the rangers seeking out the Grid and other morphing technology. On the day of the launch of a new power plant that uses a newly-discovered substance that comes from the Grid, Morph-X. While GB did think ahead an evil computer virus named Evox sneaks his way into Grid Battleforce's systems taking two of three chosen Ranger candidates out to become his henchmen. A janitor, the mayor's son (who sneaked his way into the building), and the remaining candidate are then fused with animal DNA to fight off Evox and and his forces.
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Tropes unique to Beast Morphers:
- Applied Phlebotinum: Morph-X, the substance that powers the Morphing Grid.
- Cool Bike: Cruise can turn into one, with his face becoming the speedometer and other gauges.
- X-Bikes are more bicycle-like, but they still use Morph-X.
- Early-Bird Cameo: The Beast Morphers appeared in the comics before the series premiere.
- Forgetful Jones: Poor Cruise evens forgets his own name.
- Grand Theft Me: During the team's first suit-up, Evox hijacks the minds of Roxy and Blaze and converts them into avatars to do his bidding while their bodies are left comatose.
- Green Aesop: A major theme of the series is the use of clean energy from the Morphing Grid.
- The third episode focuses on Zoey trying to push X-Bikes as an alternative method of relieving traffic to expanding the highway through a forest.
- Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Evox is in the shape of a snake and the battle suit for the Blaze-Avatar has a cobra-hood style helmet.
- Robot Buddy: The Beast Bots; Cruise, Smash, and Jax.
- LEGO Genetics: Giving a Grid Battleforce member their ranger powers seems to be accomplished by having that person absorb animal DNA through a liquid.
- The Unchosen One: Devon and Zoey were not the initial candidates for the Red and Yellow Rangers.