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Ninja Rangers

"Ninja Ranger power now!"
―Transformation call.[src]

The Ninja Ranger mode was a special power accessed by the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 3.

Nature

A special power-up stronger than even a Ranger equipped with the Dragon Shield capable of easily overwhelming the forces of the Evil Space Aliens. However, this mode was weaker than the standard Power Ranger form as the Rangers only used this form against Tenga Warriors. Whenever Zedd and Rita send down a Monster, the Rangers always morphed to their regular forms.

Mode History

Ninja Ranger Mode is given to the Rangers by Ninjor when they are looking for new powers after their old ones are destroyed by Rito Revolto when he destroys the Thunderzords. He helps them find their inner ninja spirits which allows them to transform into Ninja Rangers. They first use thier new forms to defeat the Tenga Warriors before morphing properly to defeat Rito. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Ninja Quest

The power was rendered obsolete when Master Vile arrives and feeds the Tengas power enhancing seeds which force the Rangers to use their new Metallic Armor instead. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Master Vile and the Metallic Armor

After Master Vile uses the Orb of Doom to regress the Power Rangers back into children, both Ninja Ranger Mode and the Metallic Armor become unusable. Tvicon.png TV STORY-Rangers in Reverse

Both Ninja Ranger Mode and the Metallic Armor are lost forever with the destruction of the Ninja Power Coins.Tvicon.png TV STORY-Climb Every Fountain.

Team Members

Falcon Tommy Oliver
Ape Rocky DeSantos
Frog Adam Park
Wolf Billy Cranston
Bear Aisha Campbell
Crane Kimberly Ann Hart Katherine Hillard

Ninja Rangers

Ninja Powers

When in their ninja mode they possessed all kinds of magical trickery in this form.

When a Ranger is about to be hit by an attack they replace themselves with their ninja uniform allowing them to escape the attack. It was first used by Tommy in the battle against the Tenga Warriors in "Ninja Quest-part III." It has also been used by Adam in "Final Face-Off."

This allows the Rangers to move extremely quickly and avoid attacks by their enemies. It was first used by Kimberly in the battle against the Tenga Warriors in "Ninja Quest-part III." This also gives them the ability to leap to great heights quickly as seen by Rocky in "Wizard for a Day." It has also been used by Rocky in "Final Face-Off" and Adam in "A Different Shade of Pink-part III."

The Rangers appear to disappear when actually they are underground. They then can surprise the enemy by attacking from underground. It was first used by Billy and Adam against Tenga Warriors in "Stop the Hate Master-part I" where they disappear underground then reach their hands through the ground and defeat them by flipping them by their legs. Also used by Aisha in "A Ranger Catastrophe-part I."

This was first used by Rocky to merge with a tree. He then attacked the Tenga Warriors from inside the tree when they inspected the tree to figure out where he went in "A Ranger Catastrophe-part I."

It was first used in a combination attack by Tommy and Kimberly where they release energy (of their respective color) from their hands to defeat the Tenga Warriors in "Stop the Hate Master-part I." Adam uses a solo version against the Tenga Warriors in "A Ranger Catastrophe-part I."

This was first used by Adam where he cloned himself to fight multiple Tenga Warriors in "Changing of the Zords-part I."

It was first used by Aisha where she created a smokescreen as a distraction against the Tenga Warriors so that she could attack them from behind in "Changing of the Zords."

While fighting against Tenga Warriors Adam increases his size to almost Zord height to where the Tenga Warriors can fit into the palm of his hand and can defeat them by just throwing them in "Changing of the Zords-part I."

This allows the Rangers to control the actions their enemy does. It was only used once by Aisha as she made the Tenga Warriors dance in a battle in "Changing of the Zords-part I."

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