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This page highlights the differences between '''[[Escape]]''' and [[Cybervillains|Cybervillain]] '''[[Roxy (avatar)|Roxy]]'''.
This page highlights the differences between '''[[Escape]]''' and the avatar '''[[Roxy (avatar)|Roxy]]'''.
 
 
[[File:Buster-escape.png|thumb|left]]
 
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==Differences==
 
==Differences==
 
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|Escape debuted in the 22nd episode of Go-Busters while her Escape Evolve form did it 15 episodes later.
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|Escape debuted in the [[Mission 22: The Beautiful Avatar: Escape|22nd episode]] of [[Go-Busters]] while her Escape Evolve form did it 15 episodes later.
|Roxy debuted in the first episode of Beast Morphers along with her Cybervillain form.
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|Roxy debuted in the [[Beasts Unleashed|first episode]] of [[Beast Morphers]] along with her Cybervillain form.
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|Rarely used her Escape Evolve forms, preferring her human form over her Ranger like form.
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|Almost exclusively battled in her Ranger form.
 
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|Escape's suit is a 'monster transformation' and can change at will. Is in purple.
 
|Escape's suit is a 'monster transformation' and can change at will. Is in purple.
|Roxy's suit is a Ranger form and has a [[Evox's Beast-X Morpher|Morpher]]. Is in olive greenish yellow.
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|Roxy's suit is a Ranger form and has a [[Evox's Beast-X Morpher|Morpher]]. Is was olive greenish yellow as an Avatar, but considered Violet by Robo-Roxy in season 2.
 
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|Escape calls [[Messiah]] “Papa” because she sees him as her father.
 
|Escape calls [[Messiah]] “Papa” because she sees him as her father.
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|Escape is an original Vaglass avatar created from the data of [[Transport Research Center]] scientists, with [[Michiko Sakurada]] being one of them.
 
|Escape is an original Vaglass avatar created from the data of [[Transport Research Center]] scientists, with [[Michiko Sakurada]] being one of them.
|Roxy is an avatar of [[Evox]] created solely from [[Roxy]] as the duplicate of the intended Yellow Ranger.
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|Roxy is an avatar of Evox created solely from [[Roxy]] as the duplicate of the intended Yellow Ranger.
 
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|Is [[Ryuji Iwasaki]]'s rival because Escape wanted to have a good fight with him.
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|Escape is [[Ryuji Iwasaki]]'s rival because Escape wanted to have a good fight with him.
|Is [[Ravi Shaw]]'s girlfriend's evil "clone"
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|Roxy is [[Ravi Shaw]]'s girlfriend's evil "clone" and was originally his nemesis since her existence trapped his girlfriend in a coma. Since being recreated, they have seemingly dropped this rivalry.
 
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|Has an arrogant, bubbly, and overbearing personality.
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|Escape has an arrogant, bubbly, and overbearing personality.
|Has an arrogant, manipulative, and cunning personality.
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|Roxy has an arrogant, manipulative, and cunning personality.
 
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|Destroyed by her own corrupted coding.
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|Recreated by Enter as a Organic Metaloid alongside [[Kuwagataloid]].
|Destroyed by Ravi's Beast X Blaster.
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|Recreated by [[Scrozzle]] after her demise.
 
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|Derezzed out of existence.
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|Escape was killed by her own corrupted coding with no effect on the world around her.
|Exploded in a massive purple explosion that unleashed a shockwave strong enough to knock over Ravi,
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|Roxy was originally destroyed by [[Ravi]]'s Beast X Blaster. She was later recreated and has yet to be killed again.
 
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|Never appeared in the opening
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|Escape derezzed out of existence.
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|Roxy exploded in a massive purple explosion that unleashed a shockwave strong enough to knock over Ravi.
Although Liana Ramirez does not get a credit, Roxy appears in a shot with Nate (both unmorphed) in opening 2 of season 1
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|Died only once.
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|Died at least three times.
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|Escape never appeared in the opening.
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|Although [[Liana Ramirez]] does not get a credit, Roxy appears in a shot with Nate (both unmorphed) in the second opening of season 1.
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|Organic Metaloid clone was a completely different version of Escape with the same personality.
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|Robo-Roxy was created from the data of avatar Roxy and was thus the exact same person in a robotic body.
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|Recreated through Enter using his new Messiah-esque powers.
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|Recreated by Scrozzle through back-ups of her data in a robot body.
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|Gained her second, Flower Unite form when Enter fused her data with flowers.
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|Gained her second amber form due to being put in a robotic body instead of her old digital form.
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|Cheats death since she can just rematerialize as long as the source of her manifestation is left intact.
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|Exists as long as there is a copy of her data so can die multiple times and just be placed into a brand new robot body.
 
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[[Category:Ranger Comparisons]]
 
[[Category:Ranger Comparisons]]

Latest revision as of 20:00, April 15, 2020

This page highlights the differences between Escape and Cybervillain Roxy.

Buster-escape
Avatar-roxy
Escape Evolve
Cybervillain Roxy


DifferencesEdit

Escape Roxy
Escape debuted in the 22nd episode of Go-Busters while her Escape Evolve form did it 15 episodes later. Roxy debuted in the first episode of Beast Morphers along with her Cybervillain form.
Rarely used her Escape Evolve forms, preferring her human form over her Ranger like form. Almost exclusively battled in her Ranger form.
Escape's suit is a 'monster transformation' and can change at will. Is in purple. Roxy's suit is a Ranger form and has a Morpher. Is was olive greenish yellow as an Avatar, but considered Violet by Robo-Roxy in season 2.
Escape calls Messiah “Papa” because she sees him as her father. Roxy calls Evox by his name and only sees him as her master.
Escape uses two blasters named Gock and Magock. Roxy uses most of the times one nameless blaster. She can be seen from time to time carrying two.
Escape is an original Vaglass avatar created from the data of Transport Research Center scientists, with Michiko Sakurada being one of them. Roxy is an avatar of Evox created solely from Roxy as the duplicate of the intended Yellow Ranger.
Escape is Ryuji Iwasaki's rival because Escape wanted to have a good fight with him. Roxy is Ravi Shaw's girlfriend's evil "clone" and was originally his nemesis since her existence trapped his girlfriend in a coma. Since being recreated, they have seemingly dropped this rivalry.
Escape has an arrogant, bubbly, and overbearing personality. Roxy has an arrogant, manipulative, and cunning personality.
Recreated by Enter as a Organic Metaloid alongside Kuwagataloid. Recreated by Scrozzle after her demise.
Escape was killed by her own corrupted coding with no effect on the world around her. Roxy was originally destroyed by Ravi's Beast X Blaster. She was later recreated and has yet to be killed again.
Escape derezzed out of existence. Roxy exploded in a massive purple explosion that unleashed a shockwave strong enough to knock over Ravi.
Died only once. Died at least three times.
Escape never appeared in the opening. Although Liana Ramirez does not get a credit, Roxy appears in a shot with Nate (both unmorphed) in the second opening of season 1.
Organic Metaloid clone was a completely different version of Escape with the same personality. Robo-Roxy was created from the data of avatar Roxy and was thus the exact same person in a robotic body.
Recreated through Enter using his new Messiah-esque powers. Recreated by Scrozzle through back-ups of her data in a robot body.
Gained her second, Flower Unite form when Enter fused her data with flowers. Gained her second amber form due to being put in a robotic body instead of her old digital form.
Cheats death since she can just rematerialize as long as the source of her manifestation is left intact. Exists as long as there is a copy of her data so can die multiple times and just be placed into a brand new robot body.
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