|This article is about a/an monster in Power Rangers Operation Overdrive.|
Blothgaar was a Chinese Dragon monster that was the main antagonist of the episode "Out of Luck".
This long-necked red Chinese Dragon creature is an old friend of Moltor and the keeper of the ancient compass that Moltor stole in the previous episode. Summoning his friend, Moltor gives him the compass and tells him to destroy the Overdrive Rangers by giving them ridiculously bad luck. Blothgaar attacks San Angeles and encounters the Rangers, using the power of the compass to aid him in battle. He then uses it to alter the Chi and Li of Mack and induce bad luck on him, causing him to start suffering from those very effects after Blothgaar retreats. Later, the Rangers (including Mack who os draped in the several good-luck charms his fellow Rangers give him) confront Blothgaar again as well as Moltor and an army of Lava Lizards with the monster having opened up a crevice to gain even more power. Mack uses the charms to help him out against Blothgaar and is able to retrieve the compass. He then puts down Blothgaar with his Drive Lance and Rose Ortiz uses the compass to reverse Mack's luck to normal. However, Moltor throws Blothgaar into the crevice which allows him to absorb its energy energy and grow, making the Rangers call on the DriveMax and Flashpoint Megazords. In battle, the Rangers use the compass combined with the DriveMax Megazord Saber to bestow the bad luck upon Blothgaar who then stumbles on a rock. They instantly form the Super Drivemax Megazord off-screen, horrifying Blothgaar who they then obliterate with the Drill Driver.
Unlike previous monster in Operation Overdrive, Blothgaar's personality was more prankster-like and proved to be very cunning and devious monster as he cursed Mack using the compass. He was also a very good friend of Moltor as well as his only true ally.
Powers and Abilities
- Teleportation: Blothgaar could teleport to any location at will.
- Energy Lasers: Blothgaar could fire light blue colored energy lasers from his hands.
- Bouncing: Blothgaar's energy lasers also had the ability to bounce off walls.
- Eye Blasts: Blothgaar could fire orange and yellow energy blasts from his eyes.
- Lightning Bolts: Blothgaar could fire light orange or yellow colored lightning bolts from his hands.
- Energy Absorption-Blothgaar could absorb energy into himself grow stronger.
- Self Growth-Blothgaar could use the absorbed energy to grow into a gigantic creature.
- Fire Breath: Being a Chinese dragon-themed monster, Blothgaar could spew out powerful flames from his mouth.
- Lightning Cloud: Blothgaar could produce red and yellow blasts from his hand that produced dark storm clouds capable of releasing red lightning bolts. This was his strongest attack and was powerful enough to take out both the DriveMax Megazord and the Flash Point Megazord with just one hit.
- Intangibility: By tapping into the Compass' energy, Blothgaar was able to make himself intangible since blasts from the Drive Defender passed right through him.
- Strength: Blothgaar was one of the strongest monsters, being able to best five Rangers in battle.
- Super Speed: Blothgaar could run at high speed.
- Compass-Blothgaar was extremely vulnerable to his own compass and its bad luck effects.
- Claws: Even without the Compass, Blothgaar possessed clawed hands for combat.
- Implosion Empowerment: Blothgarr could power up his claws and cause an explosion on contact with the enemies.
- Dragon Tail: Being a Chinese dragon-like monster, Blothgaar also possessed a tail which he could use to whip his enemies with.
- Compass: Blothgaar possessed the compass Moltor stole from the Rangers, which he could use to control the Chi and Li energy, allowing him to control bad and/or good fortunes while giving the enemy bad luck. It was then retrieved by the Rangers to reverse Mack's bad luck.
- Crevice Opening: The compass could also open up a crevice in the Earth.
Behind the Scenes
- Blothgar was voiced by Charlie McDermott.
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- Blothgaar bore similarities to Serpentera from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Season 2).
- The reason for this was because Blothgaar's Boukenger counterpart, as with each primary antagonist and each individual monster of the week was visually designed as an homage to the various robots and other mecha piloted by the protagonists of the 29 previous Super Sentai Series (except for J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai), as Boukenger was the 30th anniversary series. Talong's look was based on the Serpentera's counterpart, the Daijinryuu of Gosei Sentai Dairanger.
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