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[[File:Boom-allrangers-yellow.jpg|thumb|A collection of '''Yellow Rangers''' as of ''[[Ninja Steel]]'' ([[Boom! Studios]]).]]
 
[[File:Boom-allrangers-yellow.jpg|thumb|A collection of '''Yellow Rangers''' as of ''[[Ninja Steel]]'' ([[Boom! Studios]]).]]
 
:''For the individuals solely referred to as the Yellow Ranger, see [[Trini Kwan]] or [[Aisha Campbell]].''
 
:''For the individuals solely referred to as the Yellow Ranger, see [[Trini Kwan]] or [[Aisha Campbell]].''
'''The Yellow Ranger''' is a designation given to one character in most seasons of the ''[[Power Rangers]]'' TV series. The Yellow Ranger is usually a subordinate member of the team and are usually the teams' morale boosters (with the exception of Taylor who once was the Wild Force Rangers' leader before Cole's arrival and a rather strong-willed individual) or level-headed in the time of crisis. Yellow Rangers are primarily female with a few males. Several female Yellow Rangers were actually male in the original Super Sentai series (''Mighty Morphin'', ''Lost Galaxy'', ''Lightspeed Rescue'', ''Time Force'' and ''Wild Force''), explaining why the Yellow Ranger suits wouldn't have a skirt and would appeared to be flat-chested. It is important to note that in each of the series where there has been a male Yellow Ranger, there has been a female Blue Ranger (with the exception being Alien Rangers and Ninja Steel Rangers which featured Male Blue and Yellow Rangers.) Yellow was one of three colors to be present in every season alongside [[Red Ranger|red]] and [[Blue Ranger|blue]] until ''[[Power Rangers Dino Charge]]'' where the Yellow Ranger is replaced by [[Chase Randall|a Black Ranger]]. ([[Sentai Yellow|The Yellow Rangers in ''Super Sentai'']] are similarly absent from ''[[J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai]]'', ''[[Battle Fever J]]'', ''[[Dengeki Sentai Changeman]]'', and ''Dino Charge's'' counterpart, ''[[Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger]]'' as well as ''[[Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger]]'', while Red and Blue are the only colors to be present in every season).
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'''The Yellow Ranger''' is a designation given to one character in most seasons of the ''[[Power Rangers]]'' TV series. The Yellow Ranger is usually a subordinate member of the team and are usually the teams' morale boosters (with the exception of Taylor who once was the Wild Force Rangers' leader before Cole's arrival and a rather strong-willed individual) or level-headed in the time of crisis. Yellow Rangers are primarily female with a few males. Several female Yellow Rangers were actually male in the original Super Sentai series (''Mighty Morphin'', ''Lost Galaxy'', ''Lightspeed Rescue'', ''Time Force'' and ''Wild Force''), explaining why the Yellow Ranger suits wouldn't have a skirt and would appeared to be flat-chested. It is important to note that in each of the series where there has been a male Yellow Ranger, there has been a female Blue Ranger (with the exception being Alien Rangers and Ninja Steel Rangers which featured Male Blue and Yellow Rangers.) Yellow was one of three colors to be present in every season alongside [[Red Ranger|red]] and [[Blue Ranger|blue]] until ''[[Power Rangers Dino Charge]]'' and ''[[Power Rangers Season 28]]'' where the Yellow Rangers are replaced by [[Chase Randall|Black]] [[TBA|Rangers]]. ([[Sentai Yellow|The Yellow Rangers in ''Super Sentai'']] are similarly absent from ''[[J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai]]'', ''[[Battle Fever J]]'', ''[[Dengeki Sentai Changeman]]'', ''Dino Charge's'' counterpart, ''[[Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger]]'' and ''Season 28's'' counterpart ''[[Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger]]'', while Red and Blue are the only colors to be present in every season).
   
 
Their weapons are often single or sets of small hand weapons (such as daggers or nunchaku) though some have used swords and even hammers. It is important to note that there haven't been any Asian Yellow Rangers since [[Trini]] as it was considered racist as Asian people are derogatorily referred to as "yellow" (this correlation was noted by the segment on ''Power Rangers'' in VH1's ''I Love the '90s'').
 
Their weapons are often single or sets of small hand weapons (such as daggers or nunchaku) though some have used swords and even hammers. It is important to note that there haven't been any Asian Yellow Rangers since [[Trini]] as it was considered racist as Asian people are derogatorily referred to as "yellow" (this correlation was noted by the segment on ''Power Rangers'' in VH1's ''I Love the '90s'').
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Boom-allrangers-yellow

A collection of Yellow Rangers as of Ninja Steel (Boom! Studios).

For the individuals solely referred to as the Yellow Ranger, see Trini Kwan or Aisha Campbell.

The Yellow Ranger is a designation given to one character in most seasons of the Power Rangers TV series. The Yellow Ranger is usually a subordinate member of the team and are usually the teams' morale boosters (with the exception of Taylor who once was the Wild Force Rangers' leader before Cole's arrival and a rather strong-willed individual) or level-headed in the time of crisis. Yellow Rangers are primarily female with a few males. Several female Yellow Rangers were actually male in the original Super Sentai series (Mighty Morphin, Lost Galaxy, Lightspeed Rescue, Time Force and Wild Force), explaining why the Yellow Ranger suits wouldn't have a skirt and would appeared to be flat-chested. It is important to note that in each of the series where there has been a male Yellow Ranger, there has been a female Blue Ranger (with the exception being Alien Rangers and Ninja Steel Rangers which featured Male Blue and Yellow Rangers.) Yellow was one of three colors to be present in every season alongside red and blue until Power Rangers Dino Charge and Power Rangers Season 28 where the Yellow Rangers are replaced by Black Rangers. (The Yellow Rangers in Super Sentai are similarly absent from J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai, Battle Fever J, Dengeki Sentai Changeman, Dino Charge's counterpart, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger and Season 28's counterpart Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger, while Red and Blue are the only colors to be present in every season).

Their weapons are often single or sets of small hand weapons (such as daggers or nunchaku) though some have used swords and even hammers. It is important to note that there haven't been any Asian Yellow Rangers since Trini as it was considered racist as Asian people are derogatorily referred to as "yellow" (this correlation was noted by the segment on Power Rangers in VH1's I Love the '90s).

Main Yellow Rangers

These are Rangers who belong on the main team, and are protagonists of the show. They are also the first to appear as that specific color designation for the team.

Historic/Alternate Yellow Rangers

These are Rangers that exist in alternate or expanded versions of the main canon, or in past/future points in time of the main canon.

Non-Canon Yellow Rangers

These are Rangers that exist in non-canon versions.

Unique Evil Yellow Rangers

These are Rangers with unique or highly re-stylized Ranger forms.

Clone Evil Rangers

These are Rangers based off of pre-existing Rangers.

Yellow Rangers (Enhancement Modes)

Yellow Rangers who can assume Enhancement Modes and Battlizer forms.

Legendary Yellow Ranger Modes

Skirted

Skirted versions of some of the Yellow Rangers as seen in Super Megaforce. This is due to the respective rangers Sentai counterparts being male while Super Megaforce Yellow is female.

Female Yellow

Female versions of the male Yellow Rangers as seen in Super Megaforce. Costumes/Forms transformed by Super Megaforce Yellow Ranger are equipped with skirts.

Additional Yellow Ranger Modes

Yellow Ranger costumes/forms from teams never before seen in the franchise that first appear on Super Megaforce.

Unaired

Chronological List of Yellow Rangers

Legendary Yellow Ranger Keys

See also

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