This page highlights the differences between The Legendary Blades and Quasar Quest.
|The Legendary Blades
|All members of Gingaman are of the same forest and the same tribe where the powers originate.
||Only Maya is from planet Mirinoi where the Galaxy powers originate; the other four Rangers are of Earth.
|Introduces elements of space aspects such as the Seijuu and space pirates; but takes place completely on Earth.
||The powers are all from the planet Mirinoi and is completely bound by space; only four of the Rangers are from Earth but headed into space on the Terra Venture satellite.
|Powers are granted in a ceremony based on the lineage of the original Gingamen and the five tribes of the Ginga Forest.
||Powers are granted by those who can pull the Quasar Sabers from their stone alter on Mirinoi.
|The team goes into action due to the raising of Daitanix and the resurrection of Captain Zahab and the Space Pirates Balban.
||The team goes into action due to Furio invading Mirinoi for Scorpius to obtain the Quasar Sabers power; has nothing to do with Captain Mutiny and the pirates of the Lost Galaxy.
|Hyuuga is meant to be GingaRed, but passes the power to his brother Ryouma when he is thrown into a ravine by the Balban to his death.
||Mike Corbett pulls the Galaxy Red Quasar Saber, but passes the power to his brother Leo when he is thrown into a ravine by Furio to his death.
|Has no connections to Megaranger or any previous Super Sentai.
||Involves elements from previous Power Rangers season, such as Alpha 6, the revival of the Astro Megaship and Bulk and Professor Phenomenus joining the Terra Venture expedition.