|This article is about a/an megazord in Power Rangers Beast Morphers.|
- ""Beast-X Megazord, combine!""
- ―Combination announcement.[src]
- ""Beast-X Megazord unleashed!""
- ―Post-transformation announcement.[src]
The Beast-X Megazord is the combined Megazord form of the first three Beast Zords combined. The heads of the Beast Bots form the control panels for the Megazord and other combined forms. It is formed by typing 'BXMZ' into the keypad of each individual Zord.
The Beast-X Megazord has a strange combination sequence where the Chopper Zord and Wheeler Zord would detatch and surround the Racer Zord in Battle Mode and a Ranger (or all of the Rangers) would give the command. The Racer Zord's arms would fade into their sockets as the Cheetah Mode head would go away whilst the Wheeler Zord's feet would fuse to its back and fuse to the Racer Zord's feet. The Chopper Zord would then split apart, two pieces of the rotors going away whilst the Jackrabbit Mode head fuses to one of the edges and the front of the Wheeler Zord Vehicle Mode fuses to the Racer Zord's chest. One of the Racer Zord's swords would fly in through a teleporter and fuse with the split off pieces of rotor to form a new sword. Part of the Chopper Zord (the part connecting the rotors to the Zord) would then attach to the Racer Zord's head to form a helmet, the "visor" of the Racer Zord's head coming apart as the cockpits race to the head and the Megazord would pose completed.
The Beast-X Megazord wields the Beast-X Blade that is formed from the Racer Zord's sword and the Chopper Zord's rotors, allowing it to use the Beast-X Blade Blast, which launches two yellow laser beams from the hilt on either ends of the main blade. It is also able to shoot light blue beams from the speakers on its legs that ensnare its foes inside an energy cage. After trapping the Gigadrone(s), they would finish them off with the Beast-X Hyper Strike finisher where the Megazord's blade is able to charge up with Morph-X to issue a final slash attack, destroying the enemy. The Beast-X Megazord also uses a second finisher called the Beast-X Hyper Kick where the Megazord jumps into the air and charges its left foot with Morph-X to kick its enemy, destroying it.
Appearances: Beast Morphers S1 Episodes 6-8, 10-13, 18, 21, S2 Episodes 6
After the utter devastation of the Zords by Slicerdrone, a fight that they only won by stabbing it in the head, Grid Battleforce realized that they needed a more powerful Zord to combat the Gigadrones which were getting progressively stronger. To this end, they reconfigured the Zords to combine into the Beast-X Megazord using data from the captured Gigadrone and tried to train the Rangers but every similation ended in the Zords being destroyed. Luckily, they installed shields which eliminated this problem.
The Beast-X Megazord was needed again after Scrozzle sent two Gigatronics to Coral Harbor alongside Raildrone. They formed it after taking a beating from the Gigatronics' blasters and destroyed them with the Beast-X Blade Blast before trapping Raildrone and finishing it off with the Hyper Strike
They later formed the Megazord in the battle against Drilldrone who was hiding underground and bombarding them with lasers. Upon forming it, the Gigadrone came back around for another barrage but they blocked it with the Energy Shield, trapped the Gigadrone in the energy cage, and finished it off with the Hyper Strike.
In the following episode, they formed the Beast-X Megazord to fight Tooldrone and it's Delta Model alongside the Jet Zord and Wrecker Zord Battle Mode. It took on the Delta Model but was easily overwhelmed until Nate and Steel formed the Striker Megazord for the first time and overpowered Tooldrone which enabled the Rangers to knock the Gigadrones into each other. The Beast-X Megazord then finished the Delta Model with the Beast-X Hyper Kick as the Striker Megazord's Strker Hyper Blast finished Tooldrone.
One episode later, it was formed to destroy Clonedrone with the Beast-X Hyper Strike.
After the Racer Zord destroyed Tubatron's horn, the Beast-X Megazord finished it with the Hyper Strike.
After the death of Vargoyle, an unnamed Gigadrone was deployed by Scrozzle to fulfil an unspecified purpose. The Racer Zord, Chopper Zord, and Wheeler Zord deployed and formed the Beast-X Megazord once it arrived. The Gigadrone opened fire on the Megazord but it was barely shaken and disarmed it with an energy slash. It then trapped the Gigadrone in the energy cage before taking it out with the Hyper Strike.
After Devon was trapped in the Cyber Dimension, Commander Shaw revealed that there was a way to enter the villain's base but the amount of Gigadrones made it much too dangerous. Luckily, the scientists at Grid Battleforce had found a way for the Striker Megazord and Beast-X Megazordto combine into a new Megazord, the Beast-X Ultrazord. The formation destroyed an army of Gigadrones that confronted it on arrival but was torn apart when Evox entered his new physical form and blasted it. However, by Halloween, the Zords had been rebuilt.
After the destruction of Infernodrone and the supposed death of Scrozzle at the hands of the Racer Zord, the threat of Evox's army was supposedly eliminated forever so the Megazord went unused for several months.
After it was discovered that Scrozzle had survived, and that Evox had survived, the Zords were reinstated and its components destroyed Drilldrone 2.0 and its Gigatronics with the help of the Striker Zords.
After several episodes where only the Ultrazord was used, the Beast-X Megazord was formed once again after the Chopper Zord saved the Wheeler Zord from Controladrone's control. Devon called for his Cheetah Beast Blaster and the Hyper Strike destroyed Controladrone whilst the Striker Megazord took out Digidrone.
Racer Zord is the mecha for Beast Morphers Red. Racer Zord forms the core of Beast-X Megazord. It has three modes: Linked Mode, Cheetah Mode, and Battle Mode.
When piloted from base, it can be deployed via its own lift, either in Battle Mode or in Linked Mode.
Appearances: Beast Morphers Episodes S1: 2-22. S2: 1-4
Wheeler Zord is the mecha for Beast Morphers Blue. Wheeler Zord forms the chest and feet of Beast-X Megazord. It has two modes: Linked Mode and Gorilla Mode.
Appearances: Beast Morphers Episodes S1: 2-3, 5-8, 10-13, 16, 18, 20-22. S2: 1-4
Chopper Zord is the mecha for Beast Morphers Yellow. Chopper Zord forms the arms of Beast-X Megazord. It has two modes: Linked Mode and Jackrabbit Mode.
Appearances: Beast Morphers Episodes S1: 2, 5-8, 10-13, 16, 18-22, S2: 1-4
The Beast-X Ultrazord is the combined Megazord form of the Beast-X Megazord and the Striker Megazord. The most powerful Zord in the Beast Morphers arsenal at the time of its debut, it took on and destroyed an entire army of Gigadrones of various models without any issues. It utilizes a massive lance in combat. Instead of walking like their other Megazords, this one slides along on its feet, the bottom of which also have rocket boosters.
This Megazord has a special attack known as the Ultra Blast where it charges up the Chopper Zord rotors and fires forth a devastating blue beam from its chest. When used for the first time in the episode "Game On!'" this was strong enough to blast Gamerdrone back with enough force to make it release its lance.
The finisher for this combination is the Beast X Ultra Strike where the Megazord channels Morph X into its lance like weapon, creating a massive green energy drill, before using it to bore into their enemies. This was powerful enough to destroy an entire army of Gigadrones in one attack.
Appearances: Beast Morphers S1 Episodes 20, S2 Episodes 2-4
- The Beast-X Megazord is a strange case where the Red Ranger's Zord destroyed more enemies than the main Megazord. The Megazord destroyed 10 whereas the Racer Zord destroyed 11.
- This is the first Megazord since the High Octane Megazord in Power Rangers RPM to have the Rangers remain in their individual Zord cockpits when the Megazord is formed.
- This Megazord is the first since Power Rangers Operation Overdrive to have its individual Zord components manually deployed from the base.
- This Megazord holds the record for taking longer to debut than any other core Megazord, with its first appearance being in episode 6.
- Saban or Hasbro recreated the Zord cockpits as they were on the Sentai version to change some elements. For example, in the Sentai version they would tap GB5 on the keyboard to transform into Go-Buster Oh. However, in the new original footage they now press BXMZ to combine.
- With a minimum of 5 zords, the Beast-X Ultrazord has the fewest components of any Ultrazord, taking the record off of the Dino Charge Ultrazord.