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Vrak is Back is the sixteenth and seventeenth episodes of Power Rangers Super Megaforce, the sequel to Power Rangers Megaforce. These episodes mark the return of Robo Knight, and the return and final apparence of Vrak, the Gosei Great Megazord, and the Gosei Ultimate Megazord.
In the wake of Prince Vekar’s defeat, the Rangers find themselves face-to-face with Vrak, who returns with a new plan to destroy the world and a new robot he has programmed to fight against the Rangers: Robo Knight!
Following the defeat of Prince Vekar, his brother Vrak returns determined to assert his control over the galaxy. But first, he must remove the Power Rangers. His evil plan is to destroy the Earth with giant drills running energy diverted from the legendary Rangers. It begins with him removing Orion to capture his life force, then reprogramming Robo Knight to make him his lackey, infusing him with dark energy.
Vrak continues his plan to split the Earth open via magical wedges. The Power Rangers must prevent Vrak from destroying the earth with giant spins while trying to bring Robo Knight to reason because, under the influence of Vrak, he has become their enemy.
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- Andrew Gray as Troy Burrows (Megaforce Red)
- Christina Masterson as Emma Goodall (Megaforce Pink)
- Azim Rizk as Jake Holling (Megaforce Black)
- Ciara Hanna as Gia Moran (Megaforce Yellow)
- John Mark Loudermilk as Noah Carver (Megaforce Blue)
- Cameron Jebo as Orion (Super Megaforce Silver)
- Chris Auer as Robo Knight (voice)
- Estevez Gillespie as Tensou (voice)
- Geoff Dolan as Gosei (voice)
- Ian Harcourt as Mr. Burley (credits only)
- Shailesh Prajapati as Ernie
- Stephen Butterworth as Prince Vekar (voice; flashback only)
- Jason Hood as Vrak (voice)
- John Leigh as Damaras (voice; credits only)
- Rebecca Parr as Levira (voice; credits only)
- Phil Brown as Tresnag (voice)
- Paul Harrop as Drill Horn (voice)
Power Cards (Part 1)
- Megaforce Red - Dragon Sword, Gosei Dynamic, Miracle Gosei Power, Dragon Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord
- Megaforce Pink - Twistornado, Phoenix Shot, Gosei Dynamic, Miracle Gosei Power, Phoenix Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord
- Megaforce Black - Rockcrush, Snake Axe, Gosei Dynamic, Miracle Gosei Power, Snake Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord
- Megaforce Yellow - Megaquake (in Trifusion), Tiger Claw, Gosei Dynamic, Miracle Gosei Power, Tiger Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord
- Megaforce Blue - Seashower (in Trifusion), Shark Bowgun, Gosei Dynamic, Miracle Gosei Power, Shark Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord, Sea Brothers Zords, Victory Charge (Sea Megazord)
- Robo Knight - Vulcan Cannon, Knight Dynamic
Power Cards (Part 2)
- Megaforce Red -
- Megaforce Pink -
- Megaforce Black -
- Megaforce Yellow -
- Megaforce Blue -
- Robo Knight -
- Oddly, in the Command Center's display, Robo Knight's Legendary Ranger Key is placed between Jungle Fury Blue Ranger's and Ranger Operator Series Red's, all of whose placements are odd considering standard team arrangements.
- When using the Ultimate Strike, it showed Master Head.
- As Robo Knight entered Vrak's lair to put a stop to his plan, Vrak 'narrated' that he is going to use the last of Orion's lifeforce to charge his Gosei Orbs. Clearly, Vrak was able to tap into the orbs' powers prior to this event to a great extent. It is possible that the orbs didn't have enough power for the drills, but could still be used as formiddable weapons.
- In one shot, Vrak showed Noah two Gosei orbs as he told him about them. In another shot, Vrak showed three Gosei orbs as he inserted them to holographic versions of his drills.
- The Rangers was skeptical when Vrak was able to mirror the Rangers' attacks when he did the same thing towards the end of The Messenger (episode). At that time, Vrak was able to do so at a limited extent which was an upgrade by Metal Alice and didn't have the orbs created at that time. It is possible that the Rangers, forgotten about that event due to not being on contact with him for several months.
- In the shot when Vrak exploded from his cyborg form to the form he calls 'Prince Vrak', he called it his 'new form', only to call it seconds later his 'true form'.
- It is unclear how Vrak built his first drill.
- This is the first episode since End Game to utilize Goseiger footage.
- In the light of that, Super Mega Mode and the Legendary Ranger Modes are not used in these episodes.
- This is the first episode since End Game where the Rangers transform into their Ultra Modes.
- This is also the first episode since End Game where the Gosei Mechazords are used.
- Likewise, the Zombats make a return in these episodes.
- When Vrak says "Prince takes Knight" as he reveals that he has captured Robo Knight, it provides a reference from the namesake episode of the previous season in his attempt to capture Robo Knight, to which it failed. In this episode, he succeeds in doing so.
- Troy mentions Creepox and Malkor in this episode, Which the first time they mentioned since The Messenger.
- This is the first episode in Power Rangers Super Megaforce that the Mega rangers don't morph into their Super Mega Mode or into their Legendary Ranger Mode.
- The energy emitting from Troy when he charges up to free Robo Knight, is similar to the energy emitted in a Super Saiyan transformation from the Dragon Ball Z meta-series.
- Interestingly, Andrew Gray has stated in an interview that Dragon Ball Z was one of his childhood inspirations.
- This episode premiered in Australia as a double-length special on December 14, 2014.
- Epic 46: Gosei Knight is Targeted - Super Sentai counterpart in Goseiger. See comparison page.
- Epic 47: The Trap of the Earth Salvation Plan - Super Sentai counterpart in Goseiger. See comparison page.
- Epic 48: The Fighting Gosei Power - Super Sentai counterpart in Goseiger. See comparison page.
- Epic 49: Fight Towards the Future - Super Sentai counterpart in Goseiger. See comparison page.
- Epic 50: Protecting the Planet is an Angel's Duty - Super Sentai counterpart in Goseiger. See comparison page.