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[S1E11] Ultra Power

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[S1E11] Ultra Power


Hey Power Rangers fans! A brand new episode of Power Rangers Megaforce airs TODAY at 1pm EST on Nickelodeon!When Vrak obtains the powerful Wild Sword, it's up to the Power Rangers Megaforce and Robo Knight to get it and protect it from the forces of evil! In doing so, the Megaforce Rangers unlock an awesome new power - Ultra Power!Click here to vote on the brand new episode and to discuss it on the boards!What did you think of the new episode? Let us know!GO GO MEGAFORCE!

After she and Hikaru (in Ginga's body) defeats Super Grand King and Alien Nackle, Misuzu and her father Seiichiro finally make up. A large group of people start streaming in to visit the elementary school. Apparently, they do not wish for the school to be torn down due to its heritage as well. Previous Dark Dummy Spark users like the rowdy biker are also seen amongst the crowd, having redeemed themselves. All of a sudden, Seiichiro collapses to the ground, followed by everyone else. To Hikaru and Hotsuma's shock, they see Principal Kyoko Shirai holding the Dark Spark, which was only temporally destroyed and regenerated. As Kyoko then start to glow in a dark aura screaming in agony, Hotsuma tries his ritual again but fails and also collapses due to his exhaustion, resulting in the principal being forced to summon Dark Lugiel. Taro (in his Spark Doll form) was horrified as he recognizes him as the one who turns all of the Ultras and Kaijus into Spark Dolls during the Dark Spark War, and after identifying himself, Lugiel declares to the people that their time will stop under his power.

Dark Lugiel then proceeds to began smashing the elementary school. Hikaru transforms into Ginga in order to stop Dark Lugiel, but before he can complete his rise, Lugiel intercepts him with a heavy kick, stunning the Ultra. Stepping on Ginga, the master of darkness looks upon his old enemy in contempt and they both recall their last fight during the war. Ginga's Color Timer then turn from blue to red and went flashing as Tomoya, Chigusa, Misuzu and Kenta look on in horror. After Taro realizes Ginga's time limit is quickly shorten, Tomoya looks at the now damaged and unconscious Jean-Nine and wishes to use him until he passes out too. Back at the fight, since he is in his weakened state (because he could not reach full height due to his interrupted rise), Ginga is easily flung into the air and sent back to the ground by Lugiel, who then fired his barrage of energy blasts at him. He uses his shield to hold them off, and is knocked down. Then with another energy barrage, Lugiel then completely destroyed the school, and Kenta and Chigusa watch it go down in flames before falling unconscious as well. Misuzu, holding Taro, runs to Hikaru and tries to encourage him and Ginga to get up, but she is the last to collapse. Ginga tries to get up, but Dark Lugiel tells him it is useless as he again fires his energy barrage at him, knocking him back to the ground. When his solar energy depletes: instead of changing back into Hikaru this time, Ginga dies, leaving his host trapped in his body alive. Dark Lugiel then uses the Dark Spark's powers to spread the darkness over the world.

Knowing he is the only Spark Doll and believing there is no way to return back to his former self, Taro spoke to Father of Ultra and Mother of Ultra through telepathy, and they tell him that he must use the hopes of the people. Officer Kakky awakes and starts to sing the school's song. Gradually, more and more people are roused from their unconscious state and sing the song as well. Kyoko also starts resisting Lugiel's control and the light emerges from her. As a result of this, somehow, the powers of the Dark Spark are suppressed.

Ginga Light Sparks then began to materialize in the hands of everyone. They then combine their powers and break the curse on Ultraman Taro, allowing him to return to his full form. Knocking the Dark Spark out of Lugiel's hands, the sixth Ultra Brother proves to be more than a match for him, until the angered Lugiel manages to retrieve the Dark Spark and fires a beam at Taro to turn him back into a Spark Doll. Taro quickly counters the beam with his Strium Ray.

Realizing that Ultraman Ginga and Hikaru is the key to ending Lugiel's tyranny, Taro decides to revive Ginga by sending some of his solar energy to replenish his Color Timer at the cost of being hit by Lugiel's attacks, swapping his ray for an energy shield. He vanishes soon after taking enough damage, but successfully revives Ginga, who returns to original size and takes the fight with Lugiel to the moon. Transforming their Sparks into trident-like lances, the forces of light and dark battle fiercely with each other, before Ginga ultimately overpowers Lugiel's attack with Ginga Especially.

Ultra Power is the eleventh episode of Power Rangers Megaforce. It is the fourth episode of the Robo Knight arc. This episode marks the debut of Ultra Mode, the Mega Rangers' power-up.

The episode begins in the command center, where Gosei is telling the Rangers about the power of the Wild Sword, how it was forced to be sealed in the mountains. The Rangers take off to look for it and be sure it doesn't fall into the wrong hands. Unbeknownst to them, Vrak is spying on them and decides to wield the power of the Wild Sword for themselves. He decides to keep the Rangers busy by summoning Distractor.

Vrak already made it to the Wild Sword, but can't touch it due to there being some force field. The Rangers arrive and fight off Vrak to get the Wild Sword. He pretends to disappear. The Rangers break through the force field (without even realizing there was one) and the Wild Sword gets free. Vrak catches it and uses its power against the Rangers. Meanwhile, Distractor flees after handling Robo Knight.

The monsters are using the Wild Sword to scare the humans, but Vrak notices that the Wild Sword is resisting his commands. He tries to bend the weapon to his will when the Rangers and Robo Knight show up. Vrak gives Distractor the power of the Wild Sword, and he uses it to make the illusions he cast earlier real.

While the Rangers fight the monsters, Troy notices that the Wild Sword wants to be used for good - they just have to prove they're worthy first. Troy connects with the dragon spirit of the Wild Sword and they receive new powers.

When the rangers harness the Wild Sword, and enter Ultra Mode, Vrak is mad and asks why the Wild Sword didn't give the power to him. Troy responds "Simple. Because you want to destroy the Earth, not protect it." The rangers do a new role call - ultra power! They use this new power to destroy Distractor and the four other monsters he summoned.

Make no mistake, the story still retains much of its power in this new form. "A Dream of a Thousand Cats" dabbles in one of the series' most fundamental themes - the impermanence of reality and the unifying power of shared stories. But this segment ultimately feels too short for its own good. In particular, the protagonist's journey through the Dreaming and palaver with the feline Morpheus could have benefitted from more screen time. It's hard not to wonder what might have been had the animators employed a different style and if the source material were expanded to fill an entire hour on its own.

Also upsetting is Mon Mothma dealing with her lost fortune. She's given every penny she can to growing the rebellion, but it's not enough. The books haven't been cooked quite well enough. She's not as valuable an asset to the cause without being a member of the Senate, where she's able to somewhat influence events and, at the very least, spy on the Empire's antics and feed their plans back to Luthen. The cost of correcting her financial misgivings, though, is her daughter's potential marriage to the son of a shady, power-hungry money man. Genevieve O'Reilly conjures all the emotions as Mon, holding back tears talking to Val. Another instance of a devastatingly brilliant performance in Andor. 041b061a72

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