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Inaccurate Note

  • The season is mentioned in Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger Season 2Ep. 5: Delusional Imports, where Gaoranger is referred to as a blatant copy of it (history having been changed so that Sentai adapts PR instead of the other way around). Wild Force is indeed widely considered to be one of the seasons most like it's source material.

Isn't the last sentence untrue, since Samurai and Super Samurai were pretty much direct translations from their Sentai counterpart? I'd change the note myself, but I haven't watched Gaoranger or Shinkenger, so I can't say it with 100% certainty.

Pie4ever0 (talk) 21:38, June 4, 2013 (UTC)

That's why I said one of the seasons most like it's source material. The note isn't wrong.  Digifiend  Talk  PR/SS  KR  MH  Toku  JD  Garo  TH  CG  UM  Logos  CLG  DW  01:42,5/6/2013 
Exactly. You misread the note. The words one of indicate more than one. Of course Samurai and Super Samurai are direct translations and thus not only most like its source material, but a direct copy and paste of it, sans changing a couple of names.  Nbajammer  Talk  RW  KR  MH  TK  KI  JD  Garo  TH  CG  UM  GZ  TF  GoT  48  BS  SH  SI  TFs  FF  SO  RE  GA  CT  DQ  04:33,6/5/2013 

¿What is the Name in Korean of Power Rangers Wild Force (파워레인저 야성의 수호대) from Teasure Force (Boukenger Korean Dub)?

Power Rangers Wild Force Korean Logo

Is Name Official from Boukenger Korean Version Toys.


Power Force Rangers is the name in Korea for the Wild Force dub. For the dub of Gaoranger they did during Samurai's run they called it Jungle Force. JeffMandM (talk) 21:36, March 23, 2018 (UTC)

Not the real logo is Power Rangers Feral Guard (파워레인저 야성의 수호대).

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