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[[File:Sun Vulcan in Super Megaforce.png|thumb|201px|Sun Vulcan in Gokaiger Footage.]]
 
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*Jake refers to RJ's powers as Purple Wolf. In Jungle Fury, it was always called Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger, without reference to the color.
 
*Jake refers to RJ's powers as Purple Wolf. In Jungle Fury, it was always called Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger, without reference to the color.
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**In the italian dubbing this error is corrected as the Jake refers to himself as Wolf Ranger.
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*When Emma and Jake take in hand the Ranger Key Wolf Ranger and Rhino Ranger, you can see that the arms of the keys are raised, while in the next scene the arms of the keys are lowered.
 
*Troy refers to the charged attack that the Rangers use as the Jungle Fury Rangers as the Jungle Fury Claw Booster. The Claw Boosters were actually the devices the main Jungle Fury Rangers used to enter [[Jungle Master Mode]] and/or combine with the Jungle Fury Rhino Ranger's [[Rhino Morpher]] to create the Jungle Blade. Troy should've instead referred to it as the Battle Claw.
 
*Troy refers to the charged attack that the Rangers use as the Jungle Fury Rangers as the Jungle Fury Claw Booster. The Claw Boosters were actually the devices the main Jungle Fury Rangers used to enter [[Jungle Master Mode]] and/or combine with the Jungle Fury Rhino Ranger's [[Rhino Morpher]] to create the Jungle Blade. Troy should've instead referred to it as the Battle Claw.
   

Revision as of 10:50, October 1, 2015

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Spirit of the Tiger is the sixth episode of Power Rangers Super Megaforce, the sequel to Power Rangers Megaforce. This episode is a tribute to Power Rangers Jungle Fury. It features the return of Casey Rhodes.

Synopsis

When the Rangers face a monster with a magnetic power to wrench their weapons away from them, Jake and Emma turn to a quiet local Zoo Keeper named Casey to learn a special form of martial arts that helps them channel their personal animal spirits.

Plot

to be added

Cast

Other Cast

Legendary Ranger Modes

Elements/Homages to Jungle Fury

  • The Air/Water/Land mode by Troy, Noah and Gia is representative of the air/water/land concepts utilized in the first half of the series, both in the three training masters (and their subsequent Spirit Ranger counterparts) of the Jungle Fury Rangers (Bat, Shark, Elephant) and in the three Overlords who are major villains of the first half (Hawk, Jellyfish, Grizzly Bear).
  • The splitting of the Mega Rangers into two groups for most of the episode has significance connected to Jungle Fury:
    • Having Troy, Noah and Gia on their own emphasizes the concept of the main trio which is the core of the main Jungle Fury team; while the joining of Jake and Emma by the end show the addition of the two team-members (Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger and Jungle Fury Rhino Ranger) in the second half to support the team.
  • Coincidentally, The two animals "awoken" in Emma and Jake were technically those associated with major notable villains within Jungle Fury:
  • Casey appears to have learned Camille's Chameleon technique, as seen when he fades away at the end of the episode.

Errors

Sun Vulcan in Super Megaforce

Sun Vulcan in Gokaiger Footage.

  • Jake refers to RJ's powers as Purple Wolf. In Jungle Fury, it was always called Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger, without reference to the color.
    • In the italian dubbing this error is corrected as the Jake refers to himself as Wolf Ranger.
  • When Emma and Jake take in hand the Ranger Key Wolf Ranger and Rhino Ranger, you can see that the arms of the keys are raised, while in the next scene the arms of the keys are lowered.
  • Troy refers to the charged attack that the Rangers use as the Jungle Fury Rangers as the Jungle Fury Claw Booster. The Claw Boosters were actually the devices the main Jungle Fury Rangers used to enter Jungle Master Mode and/or combine with the Jungle Fury Rhino Ranger's Rhino Morpher to create the Jungle Blade. Troy should've instead referred to it as the Battle Claw.

Notes

See Also

References

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