Gotcha: Megaforce's Morpher to use Ranger Cards?

Dec 24 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

Don't count the Ranger Keys out yet.

There's a slight chance that Power Rangers Megaforce's Gosei Morpher (Known as the Tensouder in Goseiger) is going to use new cards that will allow the Megaforce Rangers to access the powers of the previous Rangers. Does this mean that they are not going to use the Ranger Keys or the Gokaiger costumes? Not really. When you look at the big picture, this can mean that we might see them bring out the previous Rangers during the first half of Megaforce, which increases the chances of getting a whole new experience that will be different from Goseiger and Gokaiger. Then again, this could just be an exclusive toy gimmick for the Gosei Morpher as a means to sell the device in toy stores, since the show is going air during Power Ranger's 20th anniversary. 

In regards to the state of the Ranger Keys, an early image from the series has hinted that they might play a role later on (Thanks for the link, BrianRommel), so there's a chance that the Mobirates will still make an appearance during Super Megaforce.

I am not going to lie, but my curiosity wishes to see how Megaforce will turn out, so let's hope that the new features will help create an interesting season for the franchise. 

[via Henshin Justice]


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