This article is about a/an monster in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

"Feel the fire of my poisonous pollens, pitiful Earthlings"
―Bloom of Doom[src]

Bloom of Doom is a multi-eyed flower monster created by Lord Zedd from some flowers. She has long vine arms that she can use to entangle her victim in her clutches, and she can also spray incendiary pollen at her victims, which causes a severe burning sensation on their skin. She also traps Kimberly, who is under Zedd's spell of jealousy, inside an alternate dimension with her by simply getting her to stare into her eyes. Trini frees her by launching her daggers at a 90-degree trajectory course, shattering the dimension and releasing both Kimberly and the monster. Kimberly, freed of the evil spell, teams up with Trini to pummel the monster. Kimberly was given a special weapon to combat the Bloom of Doom -— a ribbon weapon similar in appearance to a rhythmic gymnastics ribbon. The other Rangers arrive on the scene and obliterate Bloom of Doom with the Power Blaster.


  • Bloom of Doom comes from what is commonly referred to as "Zyu2" footage, and was not seen in the original Zyuranger. There was rumored to be missing footage of a zord battle that included Lokar, but recently released footage uploaded by Jeff Pruitt revealed this to be a myth. The cut zord battle consisted solely of Bloom of Doom facing off against the Megazord and Dragonzord, before being destroyed by the Power Sword. Also in the cut footage the Bloom of Doom is also seen with Rita's Putties instead of Zedd's Z Putties.
  • A depetaled version of Bloom of Doom was later seen in "Fire in Your Tank" as one of the monsters in Divatox's boot camp/monster tryouts. It was nicknamed "Debloom" by fans.
  • Back in early 2003, shortly after the series changed hands from Saban Entertainment to Disney, some of the monster costumes, including Bloom of Doom's depetaled appearance, were auctioned off by ABC Auctions. It sold for $214.50.


  • Despite Bloom of Doom being female, Kimberly at one point calls the monster 'him' instead of 'her'.


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