|This article is about a/an list of sets of Ranger powers in Power Rangers Super Megaforce.|
- "Rangers, you've now unlocked new modes that have never been seen before on this Planet."
As part of the Super Mega Rangers new power set, Gosei has given them the ability to not only transform into Historic Rangers but to actually unlock "new powers" never before seen on Earth. These powers represent teams that have never set foot in contemporary Earth. Whether they are aliens, like the Aquitian Rangers or Trey of Triforia, dimension-hoppers like the Ranger Operators, or from the future like the S.P.D. Rangers or the Time Force Rangers is unclear. However, unlike those Rangers, their powers have never been utilized where the Morphing Grid is located currently on Earth is certain.
List of the Teams
|Red||Red Battalion Ranger|
|Black||Black Battalion Ranger|
|Blue||Blue Battalion Ranger|
|Yellow||Yellow Battalion Ranger|
|Pink||Pink Battalion Ranger|
|Red||Red Blitz Ranger|
|Black||Black Blitz Ranger|
|Blue||Blue Blitz Ranger|
|White||White Blitz Ranger|
|Pink||Pink Blitz Ranger|
|Red||Red Prism Ranger|
|Green||Green Prism Ranger|
|Blue||Blue Prism Ranger|
|Yellow||Yellow Prism Ranger|
|Pink||Pink Prism Ranger|
|Red||Red Lightning Ranger|
|Black||Black Lightning Ranger|
|Blue||Blue Lightning Ranger|
|Yellow||Yellow Lightning Ranger|
|Pink||Pink Lightning Ranger|
List of Ranger Keys
- See also: Dairangers
The Squadron Rangers had the ability to channel energy and blast it at the opponent. The Super Mega Rangers, except for Troy, unlocked these in their battle with Cybax's XBorgs. Later, they used it as a team with Orion partnering up with them to become the thematically similar Mighty Morphin White Ranger. Their group attack is the "Legendary Strike", which is performed by launching chakrams at their opponent.
There is a Ranger Key for each color except for the Black Squadron Ranger.
- See also: Daigo of the Heavenly Phantom Star
The Green Squadron Ranger had a motif of a majestic Lion as seen in oriental art. Jake was able to unlock this.
The Green Squadron Ranger is seen fighting alongside the Pink Squadron Ranger and Red Squadron Ranger.
- See also: Shoji of the Heavenly Gravity Star
- See also: Kazu of the Heavenly Time Star
The Yellow Squadron Ranger had a motif of a Qilin, a chimera-like creature. Gia was able to unlock this. The Ranger Key shows the original powers did not have a skirt.
The Yellow Squadron Ranger is seen fighting alongside the Squadron Rangers.
- See also: Rin of the Heavenly Wind Star
The Pink Squadron Ranger had a motif of the Fenghuang, a mythical bird from Chinese mythology. Emma was able to unlock this.
During the Legendary Battle, the Pink Squadron Ranger could be seen in the battle.
- See also: Ryo of the Heavenly Fire Star
The Red Squadron Ranger had a motif of the serpentine Chinese dragon. It is unclear if it came unlocked with the other powers or if Troy had unlocked it before the battle with Matacore. Troy considers this one of his most powerful close combat Legendary Modes.
- "Squadron" is a translation of "Sentai", the namesake of Super Sentai.
- Tommy Oliver's White Ranger powers are also from Gosei Sentai Dairanger, and are the adapted version of Kou of the Howling New Star.
- During the production of Super Megaforce, the Legendary Squadron was given the name Power Rangers Star Force in early casting sides. 
- They are the third team introduced as a "New Power" to be elaborated on after their appearance in Super Megaforce but the second team whose identities were revealed along with their stories fleshed out. They appear in the Power Rangers Universe comics.
- See also: Maskmen
The Lightning Rangers were the second power set that the Rangers were shown using and were featured during the battle with Matacore's XBorgs. These Rangers seem to be highly adept at martial arts. Their Legendary Ranger Keys also allow the Legendary Megazord to perform an aura attack.
- See also: Haruka (Maskman)
Gia chose this Ranger as one of her most powerful Legendary Modes to sense coming attacks.
- See also: Akira (Maskman)
Used by Noah during the final battle with Levira.
- See also: Takeru (Maskman)
- See also: Kenta (Maskman)
- See also: Momoko (Maskman)
- See also: Flashmen
The Prism Rangers were third power set that the Rangers were shown using were featured during the battle with Matacore's XBorgs. These Rangers seem to use hard light/prism power as hand-to-hand combat power augmentations.
- See also: Lou (Flashman)
Emma chose this Ranger as one of her most powerful Legendary Modes. This Ranger generates hard light boots for powerful kicks.
- See also: Dai (Flashman)
Jake unlocked this Ranger during one of his solo battles. This Ranger generates prism fists for powerful punches.
This Ranger also is used by Emma during the final battle with Levira.
- See also: Jin (Flashman)
- See also: Bun (Flashman)
- See also: Sara Tokimura
- They are the second team among the "New Powers" who appeared in the Boom! Studios comics, specifically Power Rangers Unlimited: Heir to Darkness, but they were only briefly seen and their identities have not been revealed.
- It would not be revealed which gender of the Green Prism Ranger was correct until the Heir to Darkness comic over six years after it debuted.
- See also: Changemen
The Blitz Rangers were the fourth power set that the Rangers used was described as Powers of the Legendary Dragon.
- See also: Hiryuu Tsurugi
This Ranger had a motif of a Dragon. Troy was able to unlock this.
- See also: Yuuma Ozora
This Ranger had a motif of a Pegasus. Noah was able to unlock this.
- See also: Sayaka Nagisa
This Ranger had a motif of a Mermaid. Gia was able to unlock this.
The White Blitz Ranger is seen fighting in the Legendary Battle.
- See also: Mai Tsubasa
This Ranger had a motif of a Phoenix. Emma was able to unlock this.
- See also: Shou Hayate
This Ranger had a motif of a Griffon. Used by Jake during the final battle with Levira. It was referred to as Blitz mode, a name Gia previously used for Maskman.
The Black Blitz Ranger is seen fighting in the Legendary Battle.
- Blitz is the first Power Rangers team without a Yellow Ranger. They precede the succeeding season's team, also without a Yellow Ranger, making the Red Ranger and the Blue Ranger the only colors to appear in every team.
- Blitz is also the first Power Rangers team to have both a female White Ranger and Pink Ranger in the core team until Ninja Steel.
- See also: Fivemen
The Supersonic Rangers were a six-man team from Xybria.
There is a Ranger Key for each color except for the Supersonic Green Ranger.
- See also: Remi Hoshikawa
This fifth power set was only used once by Gia during the final battle with Levira when she transformed in the Supersonic Yellow Ranger.
- See also: Kazumi Hoshikawa
- See also: Ken Hoshikawa
- See also: Fumiya Hoshikawa
- See also: Gaku Hoshikawa
- They are the first team introduced as a New Power to be elaborated on after their appearance in Super Megaforce (in the comic story "Psychotic").
- See also: DynamenAlthough not used as a Legendary Ranger Mode, one of the Battalion Rangers' Legendary Ranger Keys was used.
- See also: Hokuto DanThough Troy didn't use this power set to transform, he used it in the Legendary Megazord to activate its fire storm strike attack.
- Although Battalion Mode does not have a true Power Rangers equivalent, this is not the first time they were seen in the United States.
Behind the Scenes
These "new power" sets are adapted from installments of the Super Sentai franchise that did not receive a proper adaptation in Power Rangers before Super Megaforce. Because of this, many of these unadapted Rangers were seen in the Legendary Battle from leftover footage of Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle. Long time fans criticized the lazy editing and lack of proper story execution into explaining the presence of these Sentai teams.
- However in the years since the show had aired, Boom! Studios have taken effort to properly introduce some of these teams into the wider Ranger multiverse, which include the Flashmen into the Prism Rangers, the Fivemen into the Supersonic Rangers, and the Dairangers into the Squadron Rangers. This retroactively places these Rangers as present during the war, but ultimately their presence was not intentional and left due to lack of proper editing.
- During the episode Bully for Ethan in Power Rangers Dino Thunder, the symbols for five of these teams (Squadron, Lightning, Prism, Dragon/Blitz, and Supersonic) are seen in Tommy's Dino Lab.
- Power Rangers Dino Thunder
- Episode 18: Bully for Ethan (symbols only)
- Power Rangers Super Megaforce