This article is about a/an series entry (the 14th) in the Power Rangers franchise.
Power Rangers Mystic Force (often abbreviated as "PRMF") is the fourteenth season of Power Rangers, based upon the Super Sentai series, Mahou Sentai Magiranger. The series aired exclusively on Toon Disney's Jetix block throughout the year of 2006.
In 2012, a Japanese dub of the show had aired in Japan on Toei's TV channel, which was narrated by Atsushi Hashimoto, who portrayed Kai Ozu/MagiRed in Magiranger. 
Legend says when the Darkness arises, five brave teen Sorcerers will be called to fight for the planet's survival. With guidance from their wise mentor and the ancient Xenotome, Book of the Unknown, they will embark on magical adventures, befriend mystical dragons, battle dangerous beasts, encounter pure evil, and transform into the Power Rangers Mystic Force.
Power Rangers Mystic Force (Complete Season) [RC2]
Power Rangers Mystic Force: The Complete Series (Shout! Factory)
The show is noted, and often criticized, for heavily focusing on the Red Ranger over the others. Jackie Marchand says this was down to the sheer amount of MagiRed stock footage compared to the others.
Ron Wasserman was originally in talks to do the theme for the shows theme
On September 21, 2005 Ron received word from Disney that the rap-style theme he submitted was denied, but his other, more rock-style theme was still being overlooked. He then posted the rap-style theme on a fan message board.
On October 11, 2005 Ron Wasserman was informed by Disney that they will not be using either of the themes he submitted. He then posted the rock-style theme on a fan message board.
On November 7, 2005 Toon Disney aired the first teaser promo for "Power Rangers Mystic Force."
On November 14, 2005 Toon Disney aired a 30-second and a 1-minute promo for "Power Rangers Mystic Force."
This is the first Power Rangers series to feature Blue and Pink female Rangers with a male Yellow Ranger on the same team. Previous seasons and future ones that have the 3 male-2 female team, Blue Ranger is male and Yellow Ranger is female. This is the only season where Yellow and Blue switch genders.
This is the only series where the Rangers' helmets have a mythical creature silhouette visor on the front.
Following S.P.D., whose episodes had one word titles, Mystic Force's episodes (with the exception of The Snow Prince) all have two words in them as an in-joke to director Bruce Kalish.
This is the first Power Rangers team not to pilot their Zords but rather become them.
This is also the first series in which the auxiliary Zords do not combine in any way with the Ranger's primary Megazord.
This is the first Power Rangers team to feature capes as part of their uniforms.
It was the first series to be part of a joint-project between Disney and Toei.
In one of the Mystic Force promos, the Rangers' Japanese counterparts are visible.
Madison and Vida are sisters. Mystic Force is the first series with two sisters as Power Rangers and the fourth team with siblings. However, it is the first to feature both siblings as active members of the original core team; the previous seasons had one sibling as a core Ranger and the other as the Sixth Rangers. This also completes the trifecta for the series creating two pairs of brothers, a pair of sisters, and a sibling pairing during the show’s run.
This is the first series to have a whole family as active Power Rangers.
Mystic Force is also the first Power Rangers series to have a father and son as active Power Rangers.
Mystic Mother (formerly known as Rita Repulsa) was the source of the Mystic Force powers and established their connection to the Morphing Grid. This was done as a tribute to Machiko Soga, the actress that portrayed Witch Bandora in Zyuranger (dubbed in MMPR as Rita Repulsa) who had passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2006.
While the S.P.D. Rangers do not appear, their ally Piggy does. He chats with Jenji saying that "In 20 years, this place will be crawling with aliens," referencing S.P.D.
This is the first series to start a chain of 32 episodes per season which would continue through RPM.
Episode 28: Light Source I meets the 600th Episode Mark.
This was the final series to air on ABC Family.
This is one of the few Power Rangers shows that does not have original U.S. Zord footage.
This series marks the last time individualized personal vehicles for each Ranger (in this case the Mystic Racers) are featured.
This is the only series in the Disney Era where none of the morphers which were used by the Rangers themselves are worn on the wrist.