List of Morphers in Power Rangers

Here is a list of Morphers (a device used by every Power Ranger to transform into a Power Ranger) in the Power Rangers universe.

Power Morphers (Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers)

The original Power Morphers are belt buckle devices that allow the wearer to present them and say their zord's name to become a Power Ranger. They were given to the original Power Rangers by a being named Zordon, who needed five teenagers to defend the earth. These Morphers were worn on the back of the rangers' belts so as not to arouse suspicion of their secret identity. Each of the original Morphers contained a Power Coin which powered the devices and had the engraving of a dinosaur (or other extinct creature, though the term "dinosaur" was used for all of them). The Morphers were all silver, except for the Green Ranger's, which was gold. The roll call was always started with "It's Morphin' Time!" usually started by the Red Ranger, but later said by the White Ranger, as he was later considered to be the leader of the team. The roll call was said in the following order:
* "Dragonzord!" - Green Ranger / "Tigerzord!" - White Ranger / "White Tiger!" -
* "Mastodon!" - Black Ranger
* "Pterodactyl!" - Pink Ranger
* "Triceratops!" - Blue Ranger
* "Saber-Toothed Tiger!" - Yellow Ranger
* "Tyrannosaurus!" - Red Ranger

The roll call started with Zack Taylor, the Black Ranger, all the way down to Jason Lee Scott, the Red Ranger. Later when Tommy Oliver joined the team, first as the Green Ranger and then later as the White Ranger, he would start the roll call with "Dragonzord!" and "Tigerzord!" respectively. After the Rangers gained their ninja powers, they would instead use the following roll call:

* "White Ranger Power!"
* "Black Ranger Power!"
* "Pink Ranger Power!"
* "Blue Ranger Power!"
* "Yellow Ranger Power!"
* "Red Ranger Power!" The Power Morphers remained the staple for the Power Rangers' transformation all the way up until their Zeo incarnation.

There have been three known uses of the Power Morphers after "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers". The first is when Adam Park (the replacement for Zack) helped Carlos Vallerte, the Black Space Ranger, during a fight where Carlos did not have his Astro Morpher. Adam wields his Power Morpher, with a broken and charred Mastadon Power Coin, to help Carlos out. The second time is when Jason uses his original Morpher during the episode "Forever Red", and then again by Adam in "Once a Ranger", after having his powers fully restored by the Sentinel Knight.

Zeonizers ()

Zeonizers are interlocking, wrist-mounted devices that harness the energy of the Zeo Crystal, and empower the Zeo Zords. These devices allowed the Rangers to morph once the leader proclaimed "It's Morphin' Time!" (reused from the previous 3 seasons), followed by the team connecting the devices and calling out the phrases listed below.
* "Zeo Ranger I – Pink!"
* "Zeo Ranger II – Yellow!"
* "Zeo Ranger III – Blue!"
* "Zeo Ranger IV – Green!"
* "Zeo Ranger V – Red!"
* "Gold Ranger Power!"

Golden Power Staff

The Gold Ranger's Staff also serves as his Morpher when not in Ranger mode. It is activated by crossing the arms and proclaiming, "It's Morphin' Time!" (reused from the previous 3 seasons).

In Japan, the Gold Ranger (or Kingranger, as stated in Ohranger) Morpher is a Zeonizer variant and this was used for the toy version.

Turbo Morphers ()

Turbo Morphers are wrist-mounted devices modelled after an automatic transmission gear panel. The Turbo Rangers would call out "Shift Into Turbo", activate the Morphers by inserting and turning a special key, than proceed to proclaim the following phrases. The phrases were discarded once the senior Turbo Rangers recruited their replacements.
* "Mountain Blaster Turbo Power!"
* "Desert Thunder Turbo Power!"
* "Dune Star Turbo Power!"
* "Wind Chaser Turbo Power!"
* "Red Lightning Turbo Power!"

Power Ruby

Is not a morpher, but is the power source.

Astro Morphers (Power Rangers in Space)

Astro Morphers are wrist mounted gadgets worn by the five core Space Rangers, developed on KO-35; utilized for morphing and communication. With a cry of, "Let's Rocket!", the Rangers open up their Morphers to reveal a keypad, and punch in "335" then "Enter" to morph. This is the first time in the series where the Rangers must put in a command number to access their powers, and also the first series to not have the Rangers shout a roll call as they morph.

DigiMorpher

The DigiMorpher is a cell-phone-based Morpher used by the Silver Space Ranger. He enters the digits "2580", which spell out "MEGA", to morph (This is the same code used by MegaSilver in Denji Sentai Megaranger). This is the first Morpher to be in the shape of a cell phone, a feature which would be used many times later by other Ranger teams.

TransMorphers ()

TransMorphers are wrist-mounted devices that feature a dial set to one of the five ranger colors. Once the TransMorphers were activated with a cry of "Go Galactic!" and a button on the bottom panel was pressed, the wearers would become the Galaxy Rangers. These dials were created from and look similar to the Quasar Sabers. They allow quick access to the ranger's powers without carrying their swords around in the open.

Magna Defender Morpher

The Morpher that the Magna Defender uses is more like one of the Zeonizer Morphers, as it is a two piece combination device that transforms the user into the Magna Defender. It was wielded by Mike Corbett when the original Magna Defender was killed. He would put the two pieces of the Morpher together, then shout "Magna Power!" to access his powers.

The Magna Defender Morpher, in reality was a modified Aura Changer toy from Gosei Sentai Dairanger, which was the footage bases for the second season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

Rescue Morphers ()

The Rescue Morphers are the first Morphers created solely by Earth technology, without the help of alien beings or mysticism (The second would be the Overdrive Trackers and the Mercury Morpher from Operation Overdrive). Developed by the Lightspeed organization and given to five hand-picked individuals who would become the Lightspeed Rangers. After crying out "Lightspeed Rescue!", the rangers open their Morphers and utilize a four-digit keypad to morph. These again resemble the Astro Morphers in design, though look more compact and modern.

Titanium Morpher

Used by Ryan Mitchell, the Titanium Ranger. Like the Titanium Ranger, this Morpher is unique in that it does not have a Japanese counterpart. To activate the Morpher, Ryan calls out "Titanium Power!", opens up the panel on the Morpher, and presses the activation button.

Chrono Morphers ()

The Chrono Morphers are created by Time Force and usually used by select officers such as Alex and the Time Force Rangers. The Chrono Morphers can display holographic images and imprint the DNA of the wearer so that only the person in question, or someone with similar DNA, can use them to morph by calling "Time for Time Force!". These Morphers are unique in the respect that if one was inactive, the others were as well. Initially the Red Ranger's Chrono Morpher was active, but upon being separated from its previous owner Alex, it needed to be reactivated in order for the Chrono Morphers Jen, Lucas, Katie and Trip acquired to imprint their DNA. They are small devices that are much more sleek and modern looking than most other incarnations, and are activated by touch.

Quantum Morpher

Worn by Eric Myers of the Silver Guardians to become the Quantum Ranger, this Morpher was originally lost in the prehistoric era, though uncovered later in an archealogical dig. Because the Morpher is somewhat older than the Chrono Morphers, it does not use a DNA imprint, Instead, it uses voice recognition software and is set to Eric's voice, only activated by a command of "Quantum Power!" by Eric or someone who sounds like him.

Growl Phone ()

The Growl Phone is the phone-based Morpher of the five core Wild Force Rangers, activated with the cry of "Wild Access!". It also works as a communicator and features miniature robot and animal modes. The Growl Phones are gold with ranger-colored trim on the phones' animal figureheads. Though this isn't the first phone-based Morpher of the Power Rangers universe (The first being used by the Silver Space Ranger), this "is" the first series to have all of the rangers use this type of Morpher.

Lunar Caller

The Lunar Caller is another phone-based Morpher granted to Merrick by his purified Wild Zords and stored on a wrist-mounted brace. It is blue with sliver trim and shaped like a wolf's head. Like the other rangers with Growl Phones, Merrick also cries "Wild Access" to morph.

Wind Morphers ()

The Wind Morphers are wrist-mounted devices given to three chosen teenagers of the Wind Ninja Academy. Each contain a Power Disc which, upon calling out "Ninja Storm, Ranger Form!", requires a simple spin to allow the Ninja Storm Rangers to morph. The Wind Morphers can also fire laser beams.

Thunder Morphers

The Thunder Morphers are modelled after a Rhino and Stag Beetle respectively, these belong to the Thunder Rangers, who are a member of the Thunder Ninja Academy. The Power Discs used to power these Morphers are hidden and accessed by lifting up the wings of the beetle. The Thunder Ranger duo cry out "Thunder Storm, Ranger Form!" before morphing.

Samurai Cyclone Morpher

The Samurai Cyclone Morpher is the Green Samurai Ranger's morphing device and materializes from the Samurai Amulet he wears around his neck, after which he calls "Samurai Storm, Ranger Form!" to access his Ranger powers. It is in the shape of a fist sized green ball.

Dino Morphers ()

The Dino Morphers are used by the Red, Blue and Yellow Dino Rangers. Each one is powered by a Dino Gem and adorned with a "Dino Plate" modelled after each ranger's respective creature. To morph, the rangers simply flip the Dino Plate and call out "Dino Thunder, Power Up!". When Conner transforms into the Triassic Ranger, his Tyranno Plate turns gold.

Brachio Morpher

The Black Dino Ranger's morphing device, powered by the Black Dino Gem. It is activated when Dr. Thomas "Tommy" Oliver, who is the original Green Ranger, White Ranger, and the Red Zeo and Turbo Rangers, calls out "Dino Thunder, Power Up!" then inserts and turns a special key. This key may be a call back to his days, where he also used a special key to access his powers. In Japan the Black Dino Ranger (AbareBlack as stated in Abaranger) also used the key as a harmonica which Tommy never uses in Dino Thunder.

Drago Morpher

The White Dino Ranger's morphing device, initially granted to him when the evil White Dino Gem bonded with and corrupted him. Primarily activated with the call of "White Ranger, Dino Power!", although the morphing call has varied at least twice.Trent's Morpher is unique as when he activates it, he does not have to do any hand motions. He simply presses the activation panel.

Delta Morphers ()

The Delta Morphers are the Morphers used by the S.P.D. B-Squad. This device contains 5 functions, separated by 3 different tabs:

* Morph: The "Change" option on the Delta Morphers transforms the cadets into their Ranger costumes with the morphing call "S.P.D Emergency!"
* Power Up to S.W.A.T. Mode: When the Rangers activate the "Change" option while morphed and call for it, their S.W.A.T. armor appears.
* Communicator: The "Phone" option serves as basic communication allowing the Rangers to contact each other or the Academy, as well as summon the Delta Runners.
* Judgment Scanner: The "Judge" option assesses the guilt or innocence of anyone the Rangers bring into custody. It measures pulse and electrical impulses before rendering a verdict, and it never makes mistakes.
* Containment Mode: If a criminal is charged Guilty, this subsection of "Judge" will blast him with Anti-Matter Fusion, sealing him in a Containment Card and making transportation of the detainee a non-issue

These Morphers are unique in many ways, as they have many more functions than most Morphers, and have the ability to make anyone who wields them into a Power Ranger, even against their will. The morphing call for all delta Morpher's is "S.P.D. Emergency!" The Red S.P.D. Ranger's Morpher could also summon R.I.C. to use the batalizer. It is assumed that both A-Squad and B-Squad have identical or similar Morphers.

Patrol Morpher

A Morpher wielded by Commander Anubis "Doggie" Cruger. The Shadow Ranger's Morpher looks exactly the same as the Delta Morphers and has the same functions, but is colored black. It however does not enable Commander Cruger to access S.W.A.T mode. The morphing call for the Patrol Morpher is "SPD EMERGENCY"

Omega Morpher

The Omega Ranger's Morpher features a throttle control that gives him access to a variety of powers including:

* Electro Mode: The Omega Morpher's main attack, an electrifying attack that can injure opponents greatly.
* Blast Mode: Allows the Omega Ranger to gather energy in the palm of his hand before discharging it as a powerful shockwave.
* Power Mode: Similar to Muscle Mode, Power Mode increases the Omega Ranger's strength.
* Muscle Mode: Enhances the Omega Ranger's physical strength.
* Hyper Mode: Once this is activated, Omega Ranger can either slow down time or increase his speed at will.
* Lightbeam Mode: The Omega Ranger attacks his opponent with a "bar" of energy. Finishing move.
* Charged-Up Mode: The Omega Rangers can strengthen his stats.
* Judgment Scanner: The "Judge" option assesses the guilt or innocence of anyone the Rangers bring into custody. It measures pulse and electrical impulses before rendering a verdict, and it never makes mistakes

Kat Morpher

The Kat Morpher is a red and white Delta Morpher with a 60-minute time limit issued to Dr. Kat Manx by Supreme Commander Birdie. With it, Kat temporarily donned the guise of the Kat Ranger.she calls "SPD EMERGENCY"

Nova Morpher

Although it only appears in the final episode of the season, and never actually used on screen to morph. It looks like the Omega Morpher with different colors.

Mystic Morphers ()

Again like the Wild Force Morphers, the Mystic Morphers are cell phones, which morph the rangers with the call of "Magical Source, Mystic Force!" and can perform spells via various digit-based codes that are entered into the keypad. They were originally magic wands, but Udonna changed them to suit the Rangers' liking. Once granted the ability to morph into the more powerful Legend Warriors, the Rangers used the call "Legendary Source, Mystic Force!" to activate it.

Snow Staff

Udonna's own variant MagiStaff and her personal weapon while morphed. It's somewhat like the Red Ranger's Sword in length, but its "blade" is not used as such. It is capable of releasing blasts of wind cold enough to freeze an opponent in place and firing energy blasts. When Koragg defeated Udonna in battle, he stole the Snow Staff and took it to the Pit where he kept it as his trophy. Koragg once used the Staff to somehow contact Nick by way of magical telepathy, creating a two-way telepathic connection which they can both use without the Snow Staff. When Udonna was captured and held captive in the Underworld, she was able to channel herself in ranger form through the Snow Staff and assist the other rangers in defeating Morticon. It was stolen from Necrolai by Leelee, who returned it to Clare in order to save Udonna after being captured, allowing Udonna to once again become the White Mystic Ranger. In Japan the White Mystic Ranger (or Magimother, as stated in Magiranger) Morpher is a silver variant of the Mystic Morphers.

Solar Cell Morpher

Daggeron's morphing device is a cellphone/ticket puncher hybrid. Daggeron can also use the Solar Cell Morpher in conjunction with a variety of magical cards in order to cast various spells. Just like the other Rangers, Daggeron also calls out "Magical Source, Mystic Force!" to morph.

Wolf Warrior Morpher

This Morpher is a red variant of the Wolzaphone used in japan, known as the Fire Wolzaphone, a similar version to the mystic morphers, with the difference that it has a large W instead of the M on the mystic morphers, and is used by Leanbow after he was purified. Leanbow also cries out "Magical Source, Mystic Force!" to morph into the Wolf Warrior.

Overdrive Trackers ()

The Overdrive Trackers are the Operation Overdrive Ranger's Morphers which keep with the cell phone theme and serve a much more utilitarian purpose than other Morphers. The Trackers enable the rangers to morph, execute commands by using the turbo wheel, decode messages by using the black light and state the precious level of an object by scanning it. In the episode "Both Sides Now" Will was able to transport the rangers back to the command center by pressing a button on the tracker. The Overdrive Trackers are used by spinning the turbo wheel, usually against the sleeve or arm, however this can be done in different ways, such as when a ranger morphed by spinning it on a bullet or sword. The morphing call is "Overdrive Accelerate!"

Mercury Tracker

The Mercury Tracker is a device used by Tyzonn, the Mercury Ranger. It is a wrist-mounted device that appears to be somewhat modelled after the Astro Morpher, and is activated by flipping open the clear lid and pressing the activation panel. His morphing cry is also "Overdrive Accelerate!"

olar Morphers ()

Not to be confused with the Solar Cell Morpher. The Solar Morphers are modeled after sunglasses. They were given to the rangers by their Master R.J. These Morphers allow them to morph into their Ranger forms using the morphing call, "Jungle Beast, Spirit Unleashed!". The Solar Morphers are also used for communication between the Rangers and R.J. The Solar Morphers are the second time that Morphers from Power Rangers do not have a Japanese counterpart, the first being the Titanium Morpher from Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue. However, this is the first time that an entire team has had American-designed Morphers. These are also unique as being the only Morphers that are not hand-held or wrist-mounted.

In Japan, the original Morphers are known as the Gekichangers and are used by the core three members of the team. These Morphers are in the form of gauntlets, with the activation panel on the top of the right hand, being activated by slamming the right fist into the left hand, and closing the left hand over the fist, pressing the activation panel in the process. Although they are not used as Morphers in the show they still appear as part of the Ranger suits and are used as weapons by the Rangers. The Rhino Ranger (or Gekichopper as stated in Gekiranger) also uses a Gekichanger with the Rhino Morpher (or Saiblade) to morph with even though he doesn't wear the Gekichanger in Jungle Fury. Like the Red, Blue and Yellow Rangers it is also part of his ranger suit as well.

Wolf Morpher

The Wolf Morpher is a wrist worn Morpher that is shaped like a wolf's head and is used by RJ. Like the other rangers RJ also uses the morphing call "Jungle Beast, Spirit Unleashed!". It has a bell similar to ones used in boxing or wrestling matches. It also gives him control over his animal spirit, allowing him to unleash blasts of energy with the morpher as a focal point.

Rhino Blade

A morpher created for Dominic by RJ, it is also the Rhino Ranger's main weapon. He summons it by pressing a button on the summon bracelet, and uses the morphing cry of the others ("Jungle Beast, Spirit Unleashed!") to morph. The blade has two different modes: a hand mode that allows him to shoot concentrated burts of energy from the fingertips; and blade mode, which allows him to perform the Super Rhino Slash. Also of note is that the toy version of the Rhino Morpher in America is in fact the SoZyuTo which is known in Jungle Fury as the Control Dagger, which allows the Rhino Ranger (or Gekichopper) to summon and control the Rhino Steel Zord (or SaiDaiOh).

Morpher Parodies

* In the videogame Viewtiful Joe, the main character, Joe, uses a V-Watch to transform into his "Viewtiful" counterpart. He does this by shouting out "Henshin-A-Go-Go Baby!" (Henshin is a Japanese term for transformation). The Viewtiful Joe counterpart is modeled after an almagation of a Red Ranger and Kamen Rider (A show similar to Power Rangers and Super Sentai), with a long pink scarf and open faceplate which closes during a boss fight.


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