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These monsters were apart of a boot camp run by Divatox presumably training to battle the Turbo Rangers.
- These monsters were actually recycled monsters from other seasons in repainted, altered, and/or hybrid forms. While these monsters were not named, they were given fan names. Among those monsters include:
- A de-petaled Bloom of Doom (nicknamed "Debloom" by the fans)
- A black-painted, horn-removed, and fur-added Robogoat (nicknamed "Bobogoat" by the fans)
- A blue-painted, altered Pirantishead with the duplicated "hair" of Hate Master (nicknamed "Blue Grouperhead" by the fans).
- A monster with the head of Kakuranger monster Karakasa (Unused in Mighty Morphin and minus the umbrella on top of it's head) and the body of Hate Master (nicknamed "Hate Mistress" by the fans).
- A monster with the altered head of Main Drain, the horns of Robogoat, and the orange and blue-repainted scaled down body of Cruel Chrome (nicknamed "Vitrified Virus" by the fans).
- A monster with the silver-painted head of Cruel Chrome and the tunic-wearing body of Mean Screen (nicknamed "Silver Streaker" by the fans).
- An odd-repainted Fighting Flea (nicknamed "Fleeing Flea" by the fans).
- A caped, repainted, stinger-added, and de-shelled TurbanShell (nicknamed "Mosquito Man" by the fans).
- A striped version of Kakuranger monster Keukegen (from the background of Mighty Morphin's "Alien Rangers of Aquitar" Pt. 1 and nicknamed "Yetiki" by the fans) with the shoulder pads of Cruel Chrome (nicknamed "Hardhairball" by fans).
- The unnamed Kakuranger monster woman Rokurokubi (from the crowd in Zeo's "King for a Day" minus the head and nicknamed "Cruella Desquid" by the fans) now with antlers.
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