|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Megaforce.|
After a heated battle against Cyborg Vrak, the Rangers are weakened and their Morphers are burnt. The Messenger then arrives and reveals Vrak's identity as a prince to the Rangers. He then attacks and demorphs the Rangers, but they don't give up and continue to fight the Messenger unmorphed. Robo Knight appears and fights the Messenger alone and is defeated. He then transfers his Morpher's energy to the Gosei Morphers and hands his Robo Blaster to Troy. With their powers restored, they manage to defeat the Messenger, but before he explodes, he reveals that he is only first on a long list of invaders of Earth. Vrak recovers and tries to fight the Rangers but is stopped by Metal Alice, who battles the Rangers instead. After a quick fight, the Rangers defeat her. Vrak walks over to where The Messenger's head is. The Messenger's head tells Vrak to run, saying that the Armada is coming and they will not recognize him is his cyborg form. Vrak disappears, angry that he couldn't finish the Rangers himself but tells them he takes solace in that they're about to be destroyed anyway. The Rangers demorph and try to find Robo Knight, who has disappeared. Gosei alerts the Rangers that the Armada is about to attack. The Rangers re-morph and the Armada begins its invasion. The Rangers run in the forest, but Troy takes a different path to find Robo Knight.
- Andrew Gray as Troy Burrows (Red Megaforce Ranger)
- John Mark as Noah Carver (Blue Megaforce Ranger)
- Azim Rizk as Jake Holling (Black Megaforce Ranger)
- Ciara Hanna as Gia Moran (Yellow Megaforce Ranger)
- Christina Masterson as Emma Goodall (Pink Megaforce Ranger)
- Chris Auer as Robo Knight (voice)
- Jason Hood as Vrak (voice)
- Sophie Henderson as Metal Alice (voice)
- Andrew Laing as The Messenger (voice)
- Geoff Dolan as Gosei/Gosei Morpher/Robo Morpher
- Shailesh Prajapati as Ernie (credit only)
- Ian Harcourt as Mr. Burley (credit only)
- Megaforce Red - Dragon Sword (x2), Gosei Dynamic (in Megaforce Blaster without Snake Axe, Tiger Claw, and Shark Bowgun), Miracle Gosei Power, Twistornado (2x; 2nd use for Trifusion), Miracle Gosei Dynamic, Vulcan Cannon, Knight Dynamic
- Megaforce Pink - Phoenix Shot, Gosei Dynamic (in Megaforce Blaster without Snake Axe, Tiger Claw, and Shark Bowgun), Miracle Gosei Power, Twistornado (2x; 2nd use for Trifusion), Miracle Gosei Dynamic
- Megaforce Black - Snake Axe, Gosei Dynamic (in Megaforce Blaster without Dragon Sword and Phoenix Shot), Miracle Gosei Power, Rockrush (2x; 2nd use for Trifusion), Miracle Gosei Dynamic, Megaquake (attempted)
- Megaforce Yellow - Tiger Claw, Gosei Dynamic (in Megaforce Blaster without Dragon Sword and Phoenix Shot), Miracle Gosei Power, Rockrush (2x; 2nd use for Trifusion), Miracle Gosei Dynamic
- Megaforce Blue - Shark Bowgun, Gosei Dynamic (in Megaforce Blaster without Dragon Sword and Phoenix Shot), Defenstream, Miracle Gosei Power, Seashower (2x; 2nd use for Trifusion), Miracle Gosei Dynamic
- Robo Knight - Vulcan Cannon (x2), Knight Dynamic (x2), Seashower, Trifusion
- When the rangers come to get Troy, he is found practicing shirtless. When Emma sees him she clearly looks over his body with an attracted look.
- Metal Alice is destroyed for the second and final time in this episode.
- The Messenger is "destroyed" in this episode.
- In the scene used for the Messenger's defeat, it's actually a Goseiger footage showing Jogon of the Ningyo's defeat.
- When Sky Dynamic was used, Troy says it, though not Emma.
- Metal Alice foreshadows the joining of the Historic Rangers by saying "Even if you had a hundred more rangers beside you, you couldn't stop me!"
- First appearance of the Armada's foot soldiers, the basic X Borgs and higher Bruisers.
- The scenes adapted from Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle are either reshot or heavily edited to exclude Robo Knight from them.
- This episode is recapped during the next episode Super Megaforce. The same concept was used when Power Rangers Turbo's final episode was recapped during the first episode of Power Rangers In Space.
- This would be the final episode of the series to utilize Goseiger footage, until the Super Megaforce episode, Vrak Is Back.
- When the Armada attacks the city, references of the 9/11/2001 terrorist attack are seen.
- The episode title is the same as the RPM episode.
- The scene of Rotox and the Loogies came out of the sea, is obviously repeated multiple times.
- The beach in Japan is full of rocks, yet in the US there's not as much.
- Also, the battle first takes place at a beach. But later end up at a quarry, which continues on throughout the episode.
- Despite Vrak saying "Chest Grenades" they are more like missiles.
- Crew members can be seen reflecting off the Rangers visors 3 times in this episode.
- When Jake tries to work his morpher.
- A close up of Troy, as he, and the others use their Tri-Fusion attack.
- When the Rangers are taking shelter during the Armada invasion.
- In the close up of The Messenger, if you look closely, at one point, the breathing holes on his face can be seen.
- The Messenger, and Robo Knight, are no longer wet after his morpher is recharged.
- The same thing happens with Rangers as well.
- It's weird how Troy and the other forgot to combine their powers, with Robo Knight's power, while trying to destroy The Messenger.
- When Troy installs the Vulcan Cannon on the Robo Blaster there appears to be a slight jump, though it is very hard to notice.
- Before finishing off The Messenger, Troy says "All six of us" even though there's only five of them (although he could be referring to Robo Knight in spirit)
- However it's possible he was only referring to their powers combined with Robo Knight powers.
- When Metal Alice is defeated, it's cloudy, but when Vrak, walks to The Messenger, it's now sunny.
- When the Rangers start to run away, if you closely in the background, dust can be seen flying in the air, but no laser blast is shown.
- This possibly do to a cut scene.
- Epic 43: The Empire's General Attack - Super Sentai counterpart in Goseiger. See comparison page. (fight footage & story)
- Epic 44: The Ultimate Final Battle - Super Sentai counterpart in Goseiger. See comparison page. (fight footage & story)
- Ep. 1: The Space Pirates Appear - Super Sentai counterpart in Gokaiger. See comparison page.  (Armada invasion footage)
- Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle - Super Sentai counterpart in Gokaiger. See comparison page. (similar scene)