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Deluxe Tor the Shuttle Zord


6 comments posted
i'm so happy, i have the

i'm so happy, i have the full collection of power rangers might morphins season 2

Sup people, i think MMPR is the best series.

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Posted by StevieT on 12 June, 2008 - 11:50
Collection of MMPR-2 Zords?


Full collection of figures, Zords, what?

Back in the day when I actually used to watch PR (I've switched to all-Super Sentai now for obvious reasons, and added Kamen Rider to that list), I thought "MMPR-1" (for nostalgic reasons only), "MMPR-2", "PRZ", "PRiS", "PRNS", "PRDT", and "PRSPD" were the best ones. ("PRSPD" was the last one I watched, then I saw "DekaRanger" and that was when I switched over.)
I still think Lord Zedd was one of the best lead baddies; same with Lothor and Mesogog.
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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 12 June, 2008 - 12:18
Mesogog? Really?

Lord Zedd, sure, and I've yet to watch any episodes of Ninja Storm so I can't say about Lothor, but Mesogog? Granted, I haven't yet watched Dino Thunder all the way through, and Mesogog may improve as a villain near the end, but so far the guy isn't very interesting or intimidating...he's just kind of...boring.

As for the Thunder Ultrazord combination, I guess it accurately reflects how it beat the monsters in the show - by crushing them under its immense weight. (obviously not a good idea to do this with the actual toy unless one likes broken Thunderzord parts strewn everywhere)

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Posted by Detective Barricade on 7 May, 2011 - 22:09
I felt Mezogog was a villain

I felt Mezogog was a villain who was restrained by his situation, not necessarily misunderstood. We see this in the series finale where he is far more aggressive once he separated from Anton Mercer. But despite being stuck in his lab most of the time, I thought Mesogog was a rather intimidating villain; a dog on a leash.

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Posted by EVA_Unit_4A on 8 May, 2011 - 22:21
Disney Villians!

Disney were certanly thinking about their villians at one point, that you can't ignore. When I first saw Mesagorg I was like, wow that is one frightening looking villian, no doubt a few kids had nightmares after seeing him. And although his name isen't too threatening; Emperor Grumm was a real spooky skeleton creature, yes we had Rito Revolto before him, but he was more a form of comedy relief, Grumm was just pure evil. People may complain at how they were adapted but at that point Disney were really thinking about how their lead villians should be and amazingly still these were both American creations.

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Posted by DurelKing31584 on 21 July, 2011 - 14:27
Quadruped mode does not alter Tor's internal space

You could still stick either of the Zords in there in warrior mode (especially the Red Dragon Thunderzord).

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Posted by ZeldaTheSwordsman on 5 September, 2015 - 12:19