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Which lost galaxy power ranger are you

The characters of Power Rangers Lost Galaxy fit neatly into the zodiac signs, making it easier for fans to find their most fitting counterpart.

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Zodiac

Zodiac signs encompass a great many personality types from the wildest kinds of characters. The Power Rangers franchise began its stories with a group of teenagers from Angel Grove High School hand-picked by an alien being to help save the planet. As the stories expanded, some of those teenagers were in other cities and other timelines. Some Power Rangers weren’t teenagers at all and like the Power Rangers Lost Galaxy season.

Though it acts as a sequel series of sorts to Power Rangers In Space, the season features a group of young adults who live and work on the Terra Venture, a vessel sent far into the reaches of space. Along the way, they discover the titular lost galaxy and have to take on a handful of brand new bad guys. Even these characters can be broken down succinctly into the signs to help fans see which character they have the most in common with.

Aries: Bulk


Often referred to as the “youngest” sign of the zodiac, Aries leads off the cycle of signs. Those born under the fire sign tend to be impulsive individuals.

Though Bulk isn’t seen much in this incarnation of Power Rangers, he’s definitely a character who tends to leap before he looks. He tends to be focused on his end goal and not the steps to get to his goal, which can land him in trouble every once in a while.

Taurus: Damon

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Damon

Before he becomes the Green Ranger of the team, Damon is a mechanic. He even works in the “museum” that becomes the megazord for the team. Damon exemplifies the Taurus traits of dependability and stubbornness.

When his soon-to-be teammates commandeer the ship, he refuses to leave it, staying on board in case they need him. Likewise, he’s always there when a teammate needs him, even one he might not get along with well. That’s especially true of every time he stands by Leo’s side even though the two have very different approaches to Ranger duties.

Gemini: Leo

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Leo

Leo is an interesting addition as the Red Ranger because he actually has traits that drive him that could be attributed to many zodiac signs. In a lot of ways, he seems like a Pisces with impeccable instincts and a connection to his zord, but he also has some strong Gemini traits.

Geminis are charmers. They’re able to make friends quickly and adapt to new situations easily. Leo stows away on the Terra Venture, hoping to tag along with his big brother, but he ends up taking his brother’s place as the leader of a group os superheroes in outer space. That definitely requires someone who can adjust quickly to unusual situations.

Cancer: Maya

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Yellow Ranger Maya

Like Geminis, Cancers are also quick to make friends. They are also, however, quick to see the good in everyone instead of being suspicious of the motivations of others. Maya is very much someone who is willing to look beyond what other people might see suspicious to make a new friend.

She is quick to welcome her best friend from Mirinoi to Terra Venture, for example, without taking into account that her entire planet was turned to stone. Maya also embodies the sensitivity of a Cancer, focused on the feelings of others – and the feelings of the zords – when the rest of the team isn’t.

Leo: Trakeena

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Trakeena

Trakeena might initially seem like a Cancer when it comes to her initial sensitivity, and her later loyalty to her father. She also, however, exhibits the trait that tends to define most pop culture depictions of Leos: the need for attention.

Leos love to be at the center of everything. For Trakeena, that “everything” just happens to be her father’s evil empire. She wants a shot at proving herself, and eventually she ends up on the throne with the eyes of all of the villains and heroes on her.

Virgo: Kai

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Kai

Blue Ranger Kai is all about structure and planning. Part of that is a result of his position working on Terra Venture, and part of that is because of the strict parents he references in the series. Either way, Kai is definitely a Virgo.

Virgos are planners. They prefer a bullet point list to a spontaneous decision, which is what leads to some of his conflict with Leo. Leo has to learn to plan and not rush in, while Kai has to learn to trust his instincts more.

Libra: Mike

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Mike

Libras are as charming as Geminis, but, represented by the scales, they tend to be all about balance – whatever their version of balance is. For Mike, he’s all about making sure the world, on in this case, the galaxy, is a fair place.

The Libra in him is part of what keeps the spirit of the Magna Defender at bay. While the spirit has its own ideas about vengeance and justice, Mike essentially commandeers the spirit and its powers to help everyone. It turns him into the sixth Power Ranger and gives him a new chance at life. Any Libra would appreciate a second chance.

Scorpio: Deviot

Deviot in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy

Scorpios can be very fun if you want a friend who is into unraveling mysteries or solving puzzles. They also, however, can be very aggressive, which is why a lot of antagonist roles tend to fall into their laps.

Deviot is one of Scorpius’ minions, but the Scorpio in him isn’t happy with his position. He wants to be the one calling the shots, which leads to him trying to double cross both Scorpius and Trakeena. Deviot also holds a serious grudge against Maya after their first confrontation – always attacking her in a fight first.

Sagittarius: Cassie

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Cassie In Space Pink

Cassie isn’t in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy for long. She only appears in a handful of episodes, but they’re some of the most impactful in the series. A former Turbo Ranger before continuing as the Pink Ranger in Power Rangers In Space, Cassie and her team cross paths with the Lost Galaxy team to fight the Psycho Rangers.

Some fans likely see Cassie as a bit of a rebel because she’s a little rougher around the edges compared to the Pink Rangers before her, but Cassie fits in more with the scholar of the zodiac than the rebel. A Sagittarius is not only a born storyteller, but someone who loves to immerse themselves in new knowledge. That’s why Cassie is suited so well to being a Ranger in her new home of Angel Grove and traveling the stars.

Capricorn: Scorpius

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Scorpius

Scorpius is the initial villain of the series before his daughter Trakeena takes his place. Though he doesn’t get out and battle the Power Rangers himself, he makes for a fearsome enemy. Perhaps it’s the Capricorn in him.

Scorpius has that Capricorn ambition. He doesn’t just want to defeat the Power Rangers because that’s what bad guys do; it’s because they have the quasar sabers and the lights Of Orion. Scorpius is all about amassing power in the way of magical relics. It’s not so much about ruling the galaxy for him, though he does place a lot of importance on his family’s royal legacy.

Aquarius: Kendrix

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Pink Ranger Kendrix

Kendrix is, when her time on the show first begins, not someone fans will see as an Aquarius right away. She’s steady and dependable, not unlike Damon’s Taurus. Kendrix also, in her short time with the Rangers, however, proves that she sees the importance in following her own path like a true Aquarius.

The first Pink Ranger of the team doesn’t always follow the rest of the team’s orders. In fact, she goes directly against everyone else to battle the Psycho Pink Ranger. Not only does she lose her power in the process, but she sacrifices herself so Cassie can survive and return to her team.

Pisces: Karone

Karone In Power Rangers Lost Galaxy

She might begin her Power Rangers journey as the villain Astronema in Power Rangers In Space, but Karone attempts to make up for her past deeds in a big way. She becomes the Pink Ranger after Kendrix is killed, even getting her gear back from Trakeena to return from the team.

Karone carries a lot of guilt with her for the things she’s done in the past, but she’s also got the most open mind of all of the Rangers, which is why she’s definitely a Pisces. She’s so open to the world around her that Kendrix’s spirit comes to her, encouraging her to help the team.

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Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (often abbreviated as PRLG or simply Lost Galaxy) is the seventh season of the Power Rangers series. It is based on the Japanese Super Sentai television series Seijuu Sentai Gingaman (translated as Star Beasts Squadron Galaxy Man). Though the series takes place after Power Rangers In Space, Lost Galaxy began the annual practice set by the Super Sentai series of featuring an entirely new cast and story, not carrying over from the previous season. The season follows a group of Rangers who protect the space colony Terra Venture from the terrorism of Trakeena.


In late 1998, it was generally believed that the two-part finale of Power Rangers in Space, “Countdown to Destruction“, which ended a six-year long storyline that began in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, would be the end of the franchise. However, its ratings were good enough that Saban chose to continue producing future Power Rangers seasons as standalone stories. He observed and bought the rights to Gingaman, a nature themed Sentai he originally titled Power Rangers: Space Jungle. Ultimately, the series’ title was changed to Lost Galaxy to reflect the word “Ginga”, which is Japanese for “galaxy”, and the show’s motifs were reworked to be set in space after the success of in Space as an in-spirit sequel. This was often difficult for the writers as the stock footage was of a nature-based show with no space elements. [1]

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Main article: Galaxy Rangers

Gingaman (Team)

The Galaxy Rangers

Color Role Actor
Galaxy Red Leo Corbett Danny Slavin
Galaxy Blue Kai Chen Archie Kao
Galaxy Green Damon Henderson Reggie Rolle
Galaxy Yellow Maya Cerina Vincent
Galaxy Pink Kendrix Morgan ►◄ Karone Valerie Vernon ►◄ Melody Perkins
Magna Defender Magna Defender ► Mike Corbett Kerrigan Mahan ► Russell Lawrence


  • Zika
  • Terra Venture
    • Galactic Space Alliance
      • Commander Stanton
      • High Councilor Renier
      • Councilor Brody
  • Astro Megaship
    • Alpha 6
    • DECA
  • Space Rangers
  • Guardian
  • Lightspeed Rangers


  • Terra Venture
    • Farkas “Bulk” Bulkmeier
    • Professor Phenomenus
    • Eugene “Skull” Skullovitch
  • Shondra
  • Jera
  • Jodie Stanton


Main article: Scorpius and Trakeena’s Army
  • Scorpius
  • Trakeena
  • Furio
  • Treacheron
  • Deviot
  • Villamax
  • Kegler
  • Psycho Rangers
  • Stingwingers
  • Scorpius and Trakeena’s Monsters
    • Brunt
    • Radster
    • Horn
    • Gasser
    • Sledge
    • Mutantrum
    • Wise Wizard
    • Quakemaker
    • Starcog
    • Ruptor
    • Samuron
    • Fishface
    • Chillyfish
    • Destruxo
    • Shark Brothers
    • Impostra
    • Freaky Tiki
    • Skelekron
    • Skelekron Warriors
    • Crumummy
    • Rykon
    • Cannonbrawl
    • Icy Angel
    • Loyax
    • Trencher
    • Chameliac
    • Magnetox
    • Hardtochoke
    • Kubak
    • Teksa
    • Motor Mantis
    • Maronda
    • Spikaka
    • Ironite
    • Decibat
Main article: Captain Mutiny’s Crew
  • Captain Mutiny
  • Barbarax
  • Hexuba
  • Titanisaur
  • Swabbies
  • Captain Mutiny’s Monsters
    • Rocketron
    • Grunchor
    • Rojomon
    • Nightmare


Main article: Arsenal (Lost Galaxy)


  • Transmorphers
  • Magna Defender Morpher


  • Quasar Sabers
  • Transdaggers
    • Magna Talon
    • Cosma Claw
    • Trans Blaster
    • Delta Daggers
    • Beta Bow
  • Quasar Launchers
  • Magna Blaster


  • Lights of Orion
  • Red Armored Ranger


  • Astro Megaship
  • Jet Jammers
  • Astro Cycles
    • Capsular Cycle


Main article: Zords (Lost Galaxy)
Legend:◆ piloted zord, ➲ carrier zord, ● other, ◆ zord form; colors are in reference to the Rangers who pilot them, not the physical color of the Zords

Galactabeast Zord System

  • Galaxy Megazord: Power-Up Mode
    • Galaxy Megazord
      • Lion Galactabeast
      • Condor Galactabeast
      • Gorilla Galactabeast
      • Wolf Galactabeast
      • Wildcat Galactabeast
    • Lights of Orion
  • Defender Torozord
    • Torozord
    • Mega Defender
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    • C1
    • C2
    • C3
    • C4
    • C5
  • Phoenix Galactabeast/Stratoforce Megazord
    • S1
    • S2
    • S3
    • S4
    • S5
  • Shark Galactabeast/Zenith Carrierzord/Zenith Carrierzord: Warrior Mode

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  1. Quasar Quest, Part 1
  2. Quasar Quest, Part 2
  3. Race to the Rescue
  4. Rookie in Red
  5. Homesick
  6. The Lights of Orion
  7. Double Duty
  8. The Blue Crush
  9. The Magna Defender
  10. The Sunflower Search
  11. Silent Sleep
  12. Orion Rising
  13. Orion Returns
  14. Shark Attack
  15. Redemption Day
  16. Destined for Greatness
  17. Stolen Beauty
  18. The Rescue Mission
  19. The Lost Galactabeasts, Part 1
  20. The Lost Galactabeasts, Part 2
  21. Heir to the Throne
  22. An Evil Game
  23. Memories of Mirinoi
  24. Green Courage
  25. Blue to the Test
  26. Mean Wheels Mantis
  27. Loyax’ Last Battle
  28. A Red Romance
  29. The Chameliac Warrior
  30. To The Tenth Power
  31. The Power of Pink
  32. Protect the Quasar Saber
  33. Facing the Past
  34. Turn Up the Volume
  35. Enter the Lost Galaxy
  36. Beware the Mutiny
  37. Grunchor on the Loose
  38. Until Sunset
  39. Dream Battle
  40. Hexuba’s Graveyard
  41. Raise the Titanisaur
  42. Escape the Lost Galaxy
  43. Journey’s End, Part 1
  44. Journey’s End, Part 2
  45. Journey’s End, Part 3

VHS/DVD/Youtube Releases


  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy: The Power of Teamwork Overcomes All
    • Quasar Quest Part 1 & 2
    • Race To The Rescue
  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy: Return of the Magna Defender
    • The Magna Defender
    • The Sunflower Search
    • Orion Rising
    • Orion Returns
    • Redemption Day


  • The Best of the Power Rangers: The Ultimate Rangers
    • To The Tenth Power
  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (Complete Season) [German RC2]
  • Power Rangers: From Mighty Morphin to Lost Galaxy (TimeLife Exclusive)
  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy: The Complete Series (Shout! Factory)


  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy | Season 7 | Full Season | Full Episodes | Power Rangers Official (Youtube)

Power Rangers: From Mighty Morphin to Lost Galaxy (TimeLife Exclusive)

Power Rangers: From Mighty Morphin to Lost Galaxy (TimeLife Exclusive)


  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy is the first season:
    • To air after the Zordon Era. Continuing the series’ gradual slide into the Super Sentai formula of changing to a new teams and storylines every season, Lost Galaxy is the first to start out with a new cast, storyline, set and villains which are largely unrelated to the previous seasons. However, it also contains ties to the Zordon Era that keep it in continuity with those seasons. Zordon Era elements that are present include:
      • Alpha 6, who was in Power Rangers Turbo and in Space. Lost Galaxy is also the final season to feature an Alpha robot in a regularly appearing role.
      • Karone (the former Astronema), the Astro Megaship, and the reappearance of the Space Rangers and Psycho Rangers, all from Power Rangers in Space.
      • One or more characters native to Angel Grove, California, which was the series’ setting in the Zordon Era seasons. The city itself appears only in the first Lost Galaxy episode, “Quasar Quest”.
    • Not to take place on Earth, instead taking place on the space colony Terra Venture. As such, it is also the first season not to take place in the aforementioned city of Angel Grove, and the first not to feature Angel Grove High School.
    • Not feature Skull, one half of the series’ longtime comedic duo Bulk and Skull, as his actor Jason Narvy had left the series after Power Rangers in Space to attend college. As a result, this season is the first to feature Bulk without Skull; it is also the last to feature Bulk in a regular role until Power Rangers Samurai.
    • To feature Rangers who are not teenagers or children, but adults with professions.
    • To feature sentient Zords, though Titanus and Tor from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers may also count. As such, it is also the first season to feature sentient Zord deaths (Torozord, Centaurus Megazord, and Stratoforce Megazord).
    • Not to have its Rangers equipped with the teleportation ability that previous teams had.
    • To have its Rangers permanently destroy the main villains. The majority of the previous seasons’ main villains were instead destroyed by Zordon’s Energy Wave, in some cases several seasons after they were introduced, and not by the Rangers themselves.
    • Not to feature bloopers playing over its ending credits, as footage of one of the season’s Megazords assembling would be seen instead. This trend would continue until midway through Power Rangers Wild Force.
    • To feature monsters that can grow on their own without the help of any outside forces.
    • To feature siblings serving on the same team of Rangers.
    • To feature Rangers wearing stock clothes while demorphed. This trend would also continue through Wild Force.
    • To feature a previous team’s Megazord in its team-up episode.
    • To feature independent stories for each episode while using certain action footage from its Sentai counterpart.
    • To have a three-part finale.
  • Lost Galaxy is the only season thus far to feature the death of a Ranger in the line of duty, in this case Kendrix Morgan, who is revived in the finale.
  • Lost Galaxy is the final Power Rangers series to air in the 1990s.
  • Because Seijuu Sentai Gingaman vs. Megaranger was in production at the time, the main Gingaman villain costumes were initially unavailable and replaced by the likes of Scorpius, Trakeena and the Sting Wingers. After that Sentai teamup ended, the Sentai villains slowly became available and slowly began being adapted.
    • Furio’s costume is also not from Gingaman, but rather an unadapted monster from Denji Sentai Megaranger.
  • Episode 7, “Double Duty”, is the series’ 300th episode.
  • Lost Galaxy presently owns the highest on-screen death toll of the series thus far: Magna Defender, Scorpius, Furio, Treacheron, Villamax, The Guardian, Loyax, Trakeena, Deviot, Captain Mutiny, Barbarax, Stratoforce Megazord, Centaurus Megazord, Torozord, DECA, and Kendrix (though she is revived in the finale).
  • Although it contributes to the season’s title, the actual Lost Galaxy plot does not come into play until the later episodes of the season.
  • This season is, thus far, the only season to feature a villain from a previous season becoming a Power Ranger.
  • Lost Galaxy is the first season not to feature any of the Rangers’ parents.
  • Lost Galaxy is the season where the original Zords and Megazord were introduced the latest. The Galactabeasts are first seen in episode three (“Race to the Rescue”), but their Zord forms and the Galaxy Megazord are not seen until episode five (“Homesick”).
  • “To the Tenth Power” and “The Power of Pink”, the season’s team-up episodes with Power Rangers in Space, do not use any footage from the comparative Sentai team-up Seijuu Sentai Gingaman vs. Megaranger.
  • Lost Galaxy is the last season to run for 45 episodes.
  • Leo Corbett, Damon Henderson, Kai Chen, Trakeena, Galaxy Megazord, Magna Defender, and the Stingwingers all appear in the 2007 Power Rangers: Super Legends video game. Kai Chen in particular is an unlockable character, accessed when the letters R-A-N-G-E-R are collected during the Lost Galaxy storyline.
  • The uniforms for Terra Venture’s military are “Federation Body Armors” used in the 1997 film Starship Troopers. Coincidentally, both series feature the protagonists fighting against bugs.
  • This is the only United States-filmed season of Power Rangers in which Richard Steven Horvitz does not provide any voice over work.
  • This is the only series in which the majority of the monsters are shown to be able to grow giant seemingly at will and without any outside aid (although monsters were shown drinking a bottle of green liquid to grow in a couple of early episodes, this soon vanished).
  • This series is notable for being the only one where, with the exception of the core five Rangers, cast members only feature in the opening credits for episodes in which they appear.
  • This is the first series not to feature a regular mentor for a Ranger team; Commander Stanton could count for a select few Rangers in their civilian identity, but he did not mentor the Lost Galaxy Ranger team itself.

See Also

  • Seijuu Sentai Gingaman – Super Sentai counterpart . See comparison page.

External links

  • Power Rangers Lost Galaxy | Power Rangers – The Official Power Rangers Website


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Most Green warriors are the comic relief or wild card of the story. If you ask a humorous fan, “Which Power Ranger color are you?” they’d probably say, “I’m green.” The characters in this Sentai have both a serious, intellectual side and a goofy, relaxed aspect, making them likable.

#4. Yellow Ranger.

A Yellow Sentai warrior is the one that cheers you up when everything has gone wrong. If you match this color in the test, you’re a creative, energetic, and high-spirited person everyone needs to have as a friend. It’s also believed that Yellow Rangers are food lovers, and they devour Japanese dishes in seconds. But overall, the Senshi in this Sentai are known to be the morale boosters of the team no matter what.

#5. Pink Ranger.

The Pink Sentai warriors are passionate, lovely, sweet, and friendly. Most characters in this category are girly and feminine. However, recent adaptations seem to be willing to change that. Regardless, if you match Pink, you’re an understanding, considerate, polite, and cute person.

If you ask girls, “Which Power Ranger color are you?” many would say I’m Pink. Not just the heroes in this Sentai are cool, but their costumes look fantastic, too. That’s why they’re so popular.

#6. Black Ranger.

The Black Sentai warriors are not among the five primary color rangers. However, they’re known to be cool, confident, and courageous characters. Black Sentai members are usually natural leaders when it comes to taking charges. But they’re second-to-command as the Red rangers often lead the group.

#7. White Ranger.

The White Sentai warriors are also called the extra or sixth rangers. When added to other Senshi, White fighters balance the power and help the team overcome the most challenging battles.

It’s Morphin’ Time!

Want to know which Power Ranger you are? If yes, don’t hesitate to take the test. The questions are fun and nostalgic. But you’ll be surprised by the accuracy of the results. Let’s find out which Sentai you’d belong to and how you’d fight the bad guys to save the galaxy.


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Quiz By

Tuning into a Netflix show might not be the first thing you do in the morning. But that’s how Elliana starts her day. She’s a certified TV show fangirl with a recently discovered passion for making quizzes about them. Elliana became a QuizExpo contributor in 2021 after she took a “Stranger Things Quiz” on the website. She says, “That was when I discovered my thing; I had to become a quiz maker (if that’s a thing).”

How to Play?

Playing personality quizzes is straightforward: Choose the option that’s true about you—or you relate to—and select “Next.”
Unlike trivia quizzes, personality tests have no right or wrong answers. But the questions are in forced-choice format. The point is to push you to choose an option that makes the most sense, not the one that’s 100% true.
For the most accurate results, don’t overthink your responses. Go with options that you “feel” are the best.

How many questions does this quiz have?

20 questions

How long does it take to complete this quiz?

6 minutes

Questions of the quiz

  • Question 1

    What type of person do you see as an enemy?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 1

    • I don’t like to think about that

    • One who’s cruel to me

    • One who kills my vibe

    • One who blocks my path

    • One who bothers me

    • Everyone is my enemy

  • Question 2

    As a warrior in the Power Rangers multiverse, what would your #1 goal be?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 2

    • Making peace

    • Helping out people

    • Have fun battling the bad guys

    • Leading rangers through the hardships

    • Keeping everyone safe

    • Conquering the galaxy

  • Question 3

    What’s the most challenging part of being a Power Ranger?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 3

    • Battles

    • Long travels

    • Wearing costumes

    • Responsibility

    • Obeying the orders

    • All of them

  • Question 4

    What’s the best thing about it? (What would you enjoy about being a warrior?)

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 4

    • Having a group of cool friends

    • Living an adventurous life

    • Fighting badass enemies

    • Making peace in the galaxy

    • Intergalactic travels

    • Nothing. I hate being a ranger.

  • Question 5

    What kind of superpower would you like to have?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 5

    • Healing powers

    • Invisibility

    • Shapeshifting

    • Reading minds

    • Teleportation

    • Something lethal and scary

  • Question 6

    What should be a hero’s priority?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 6

    • Kindness

    • Friendships

    • Mental health

    • Strategy

    • Protection

    • Power

  • Question 7

    What role would you prefer to have in an actual Sentai?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 7

    • Support unit

    • Scout unit

    • Attack unit

    • Leadership unit

    • Strategy unit

    • None

  • Question 8

    What’s your favorite battle style?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 8

    • Stealthy

    • Defensive

    • Counter-attack-based

    • Strategic

    • All-out

    • Brutal

  • Question 9

    Which one makes a person an excellent leader?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 9

    • Personality

    • Relationships

    • Sense of humor

    • Mindset

    • Loyalty

    • None

  • Question 10

    What would you do to your enemies if they surrendered?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 10

    • Forgiver them

    • Interrogate them

    • Exile them

    • Put them on a trial

    • Imprison them

    • Execute them

  • Question 11

    What’s the best strategy to win every battle in the Power Rangers’ multiverse?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 11

    • Negotiation

    • Tactical defense

    • Surprise attack

    • Planned attack

    • Ambush

    • Killing everyone you see!

  • Question 12

    Pick a weapon that you think is more effective than the others.

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 12

    • Power Daggers

    • Power Bow

    • Power Lance

    • Power Sword

    • Power Axe

    • None

  • Question 13

    Which Power Ranger color do you dislike? (You have to pick one).

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 13

    • Blue

    • Green

    • Yellow

    • Pink

    • Red

    • All of them

  • Question 14

    Fill in the blank. A real friend is _________.

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 14

    • Kind

    • Reliable

    • Funny

    • Honest

    • Loyal

    • Nonexistent. Everyone is a liar.

  • Question 15

    If you had to describe yourself in one word, what would it be?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 15

    • Likable

    • Optimistic

    • Easygoing

    • Eager

    • Protective

    • Aggressive

  • Question 16

    Who’s a real hero?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 16

    • One who sacrifices

    • One who cares

    • One who dares

    • One who stays

    • One who gives back

    • No one is a hero

  • Question 17

    Who’s the real villain?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 17

    • Ignorant one

    • Toxic one

    • Stupid one

    • One who’s out of control

    • Cruel one

    • Smart one

  • Question 18

    Why would you want to become a Power Ranger?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 18

    • To make the world a better place

    • To help those in need

    • To have fun

    • To be a useful being

    • To protect my loved ones

    • I’d never become a power ranger

  • Question 19

    What type of warrior could be your best friend?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 19

    • Responsible

    • Handsome

    • Hilarious

    • Strategic

    • Loyal

    • I don’t want friends

  • Question 20

    Final question; what’s your prominent skill?

    Quiz: Which Power Ranger Are You? 1 of 6 Ranger Match 20

    • Guessing people’s emotions

    • Boosting others’ mood

    • Making funny jokes no matter what

    • Calming everyone down

    • Getting things done under pressure

    • Making fun of people under pressure

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