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A multiverse is a collection of universes which feature in Power Rangers and Super Sentai. The game Power Rangers Legacy Wars establishes that there are infact multiple multiverses.

Power Rangers

As cemented in Dimensions in Danger, the vast majority of Power Rangers TV series take place in the same universe. Two exceptions are RPM World, the post-apocalyptic setting of Power Rangers RPM, and Dino Charge World, a world whose history was altered to allow the dinosaurs to survive as seen in Power Rangers Dino Super Charge. The constant of the seperate universes, known as "Ranger Worlds" or "Ranger Dimensions", is that they are all home to teams of Rangers.

The reimagined Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic series by Boom! Studios takes place in a seperate reality from the original series to the point of establishing a new multiverse. Lord Drakkon, the counterpart of Tommy Oliver from the parallel World of the Coinless, serves as instigator of the Shattered Grid event which sees the Morphin Grid, in a bid to compensate for a critical alteration to the timeline, seperate the histories of future Ranger teams into seperate universes.

The story of the video game Power Rangers Legacy Wars features a crossover between Power Rangers (2017), a reboot film taking place in its own reality, with the TV series' characters as well as concepts from the Boom! Studios comics.

The tabletop RPG series Power Rangers HyperForce takes place in its own equivalent of the Power Rangers multiverse, featuring a unique team traveling through Ranger history. As part of the Shattered Grid event, HyperForce crossed over into the setting of Boom! Studios' comics and vice versa.

Multiverses

Dimensions with Power Rangers

Trivia

  • In the main universe, from 1993-present, the years of 1999 (Lost Galaxy), 2009 (RPM), 2015 and 2016 (Dino Charge) were the only times so far that the main Earth the franchise follows was not attacked.
    S.P.D. is simply a future version of Earth.
  • S.P.D. is leaning towards being a separate dimension/timeline, as of 2019 there have been no aliens settling on Earth in public and S.P.D. has also not been established as having been founded.
    • Alternatively, it may have been started in secret or spun off of Grid Battleforce.

Super Sentai

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Through numerous crossovers with other Toei tokusatsu franchises such as Kamen Rider and Metal Heroes, Super Sentai is linked to a Toei MultiverseIcon-crosswiki.png.

Generally, the vast majority of Super Sentai series are treated as taking place in a common world. A sole exception is Uchu Sentai Kyuranger, which is established as taking place in a seperate universe. As cemented by the Space Squad series of films, this prime universe is one and the same as thatIcon-crosswiki.png of the Metal Hero Series. In regards to Kamen Rider, sources differ as to whether the prime World of Kamen RiderIcon-crosswiki.png is the same (J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai, Super Hero Taisen ZIcon-crosswiki.png, Spring Vacation Combining Hero FestivalIcon-crosswiki.png, Chou Super Hero TaisenIcon-crosswiki.png) a seperate reality (Kamen Rider DecadeIcon-crosswiki.png, Ninninger vs. DriveIcon-crosswiki.png), while others remain ambiguous (Super Hero TaisenIcon-crosswiki.png, ToQger vs. DriveIcon-crosswiki.png).

Seperate from the mainstream Super Sentai, the metafictional Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger features three distinct dimensions; Reality, home to the Akibarangers where Super Sentai exists as a TV show, the Delusion World, and Hatte's World, a dimension home to the writer Saburo Hatte.

Power Rangers & Super Sentai

The Power Rangers Dino Thunder episode "Lost & Found in Translation", in a homage to the Super Sentai it was derived from, featured the characters watching Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger's Ep. 10: Abare Leaguer Bind. The original Japanese episode was given an English dub specially for Dino Thunder, with certain liberties taken as it was established in-universe as a Japanese television show based on the famous superheroes.

A planet named Kaien exists in both the world of Kyuranger and the HyperForce Dimension, to the point that an event which occured in Kyuranger was alluded to in HyperForce.

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