|Power Rangers Discovery|
|Number||30 and 31|
|Number of episodes:||64 (2 Seasons)|
|First episode:||Instincts Awakened, Part 1|
|Last episode:||The Will of the Earth|
|Intro:||Power Rangers Discovery/Theme Song|
|Adapted from:||Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger|
see comparison page.
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- This article refers to the show, for the organization, see Discovery Corps.
Coinciding with the franchise's 30th anniversary, The series is Hasbro's third production under their content production division Entertainment One, following their acquisition of the franchise.
- 1 Production
- 2 Overview
- 3 Characters
- 4 Arsenal
- 5 Zords
- 6 Episodes
- 7 Quotes
- 8 Trivia
- 9 See also
On February 19, 2022, Hasbro revealed at Toy Fair 2022 that the next Power Rangers adaptation would be based off the 2016 animal-based Super Sentai season, Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger. However, the official title wasn't revealed at the time. It was revealed as Power Rangers Season 30. On May 12, 2022, it was revealed that the adaptation would be called Power Rangers Discovery.
- Simon Bennett - Executive Producer
- Judd Lynn - Executive Producer
- Brian Goldner - Executive Producer
- Oliver Dumont - Executive Producer
- Haim Saban - Series Creator and Executive Producer
- Jonathan Entwistle - Creative Advisor
- Graham Coxon - Music Composer
A non-governmental agency sends a group of explorers to the microscopic kingdom home to thousands of benevolent, anthropomorphic animals. When an ancient mutant warlord who has the potential to plunge society into chaos is unleashed upon the Earth, the explorers must join up with a novice zoologist with great knowledge of the realm's species to become a brand new team of Power Rangers, empowered by the ancient animal spirits, and the courage and will to discover, to defend the planet and fight the mutants with animal-powered weapons, Zords and Megazords.
- "Years ago, a mutant warlord known as Xenu, whose goal was to shrink every planet in the galaxy, Earth among them, into sub-atomic mass, initiated the Quantum War, in which all planets were put at risk of being shrunk. Among those planets was Chimeria, the homeworld of Solomon Burnham, who was regarded by his people as a pioneer of sub-atomic physics."
"When Chimeria was destroyed, Burnham arrived on Earth and years later he founded the Discovery Corps, a non-governmental organization dedicated to the protection and experimentation of the Sub-Atomic Realm. Under his leadership, the Discovery Corps, along with the Masters of the Instinctian Order, fought on all fronts, until the Xenu was sealed away in Instinctia's core, but at the cost of four of the Instinctian Masters."
"Only one of the five masters survived the war, and in the years since, there has been everlasting peace and order in the sub-atomic realm. Every four years, Discovery commissions manned expeditions to Instinctia under the Isis Program, as part of its ongoing infastructure growth strategy. Beacuse Xenu was sealed in its core, Instinctia remains at a high risk due to what remains of his army seeking out his escense, raising the likelihood of a second Quantum War."
- —Opening text
Ten years ago, Xenu, an ancient mutant warrior, initiated a war called the "Quantum War" in which he intended to shrink every single planet, including Earth, into the Sub-Atomic Realm, a parallel, microscopic dimension. The combined forces of the Discovery Corps - a non-governmental organisation dedicated to exploration, research and defence of the Sub-Atomic Realm founded by warrior and quantum scientist Solomon Burnham from Chimeria, a planet conquered by Xenu - and a group of elite Masters from the kingdom of Instinctia - a realm isolated in the Sub-Atomic Plane to shield itself from Xenu, successfully thwarted Xenu's attempts to shrink the Earth, but the five Instinctian Masters lost their lives in sealing Xenu away.
In the present day, Commander Burnham appoints billionaire Anton Baxter, and experienced Discovery operatives Daniel Elahi and Laura Jacobs, to participate in Isis III, the third manned mission to Instinctia; they are shortly joined by rookies Erin Tucker and Jimmy Sophocles, as the mission's science officer and systems operator/engineer, respectively. During their first mission, the crew is taught about the Insinctians' history leading up to the Quantum War, after which an accident during a routine objective inadvertently breaks the seal containing Xenu's essence. The freed Xenu takes over Baxter's body, while portions the spirits of the fallen Instinctian Masters are funnelled into the DNAs of the remaining members of the crew. Michael Burnham, the half-human, half-alien son of Commander Burnham and an employee in Discovery's zoology department, hears about the incident and decides to help the surviving crew members, revealing to them that he met one of those masters, Master Bird - who fought alongside Commander Burnham during the war, as a child. With the expedition called off and Baxter presumed dead by those at Discovery, Commander Burnham enlists the four Isis III crew members to become the Discovery Rangers and stop Xenu from conquering Earth. Although his father is originally opposed to it, Michael, wanting to fulfil his destiny and a promise he made to Master Bird, decides to help them further and becomes the fifth team member - the Red Ranger.
Xenu, aided by his consort Narnette and generals Malvor and Cubois, commands an army of mutants, carrying out regular attacks via Disciples, a line of biologically-manufactured mutants separated into various generations of his technology, which he can enlarge by invoking "Order 57". Meanwhile, when not carrying out their duties, the rangers are taken care of in the "Ranger Ops" hangout area of Discovery Command by disabled hacker and Discovery employee Lester Crest, who previously served as the Isis III mission's director, and is responsible for the safeguarding of the Omni-Field - a man-made, sub-atomic variant of the Morphin Grid, as well as designing the Rangers' zords and technology. Other allies include Digit, a robotic bird created by Jimmy who acts as an information scout, and Amy Baxter, Mr. Baxter's estranged daughter and another Discovery intern who runs her own YouTube vlog about conspiracies, and is unaware of her father's burden, or the five Rangers' identities.
As the series progresses, Michael gains the ability to switch to a Gorilla form thanks to a Golden Banana, Jimmy resolves his mother's prolonged conflict with Russian loan sharks by clashing with their leader, Vlad Gleberov, and Xenu revives the ancient System Lords Aerosaur and Squidija to train them in the ways of fear, deceit and terror, stripping Baxter of his humanity. When Xenu eventually confronts the Rangers and defeats them in battle, before taking Lester as prisoner, Commander Burnham sends the Rangers back to a barren Prism City, where Michael reunites with Master Bird - who is the only master whose spirit can descend from the Instinctian's spirit realm, albeit for short periods. As Michael trains with Master Bird in attempt to heighten his abilities, the remaining rangers are taken to the spirit world to be trained by the other four fallen masters: Master Lion, Master Michelle Fieng, Master Donald Trunk, and Master Beria. In doing so, their Instinctian Powers are heightened with Earth's energy.
Xenu plans to send his militia to occupy territory on Earth, and starts by occupying Mexico City, and sends a hired warrior, Migtropolis, to awaken The World, an elusive, genocidal, ranger-like warrior harnessing the Instinctian Power of the Rhino, Wolf and Crocodile. After the Rangers encounter and are eventually overpowered by The World, they learn that his origins date back to the Vietnam War, when the other Instinctian masters: Master Gator, Master Nocerous, and Master Vore were combined into a single being as part of an experiment carried out by a Vietnam People's Army soldier, before laying waste to sixty planets before Discovery forces captured him and placed him in stasis. They ultimately destroy The World, freeing the three masters, and obtain his morpher, the Continental Tricon, to be experimented. Lester expresses his desire to the other Rangers to join them in battle, much to the disapproval of Michael and Daniel, and takes it upon himself to activate the power of the Tricon - which was given to him as a present by Jimmy - for is own use, which not only purifies his disability, but allows him to become The World's successor, going by the name of the Continental Ranger. At the same time, the last System Lord, Molticon, is revived, but he takes over Xenu's place as he hates humans and resents Xenu possessing a human; Xenu wanted to possess Molticon's powerful Zyncado Power.
More to come...
|Discovery Red||Michael Burnham|
|Discovery Blue||Laura Jacobs|
|Discovery Yellow||Daniel Elahi|
|Discovery Green||Jimmy Sophocles|
|Discovery White||Erin Tucker|
|Whale Warrior||Whaleus the Bold ► Michael ►◄ Anton Baxter|
|Avalon Ranger||Solomon Burnham|
|Mighty Condor Ranger||Michael & Solomon|
- Digit - A mechanical bird created by Jimmy for Discovery which acts as an information source and reconnaissance drone for Commander Burnham and the Rangers.
- Discovery Corps
- United Sovereign Paper
- Interdimensional Freedom Movement
- Emperor Thaddeus Tortoise - the ruler of Instinctia.
- Jungle Joe - a gorilla Instinctian who owns the Morliciolie Orphanage in the junk heaps of Prism City. who leads Michael to the Golden Banana, which grants him the ability to access the Red Ranger's Gorilla Form.
- Masters of The Instinctian Order
|Bear||Master Bigg Bear|
|Shark||Master Michelle Fieng|
|Elephant||Master Donald Trunk|
- Miko Burnham - Michael's late mother.
- Maggie Sophocles - Jimmy's mother.
- Peters Majestic Productions
- Theodore Peters - a successful Hollywood producer who invites Michael, Daniel, Jimmy and Erin for a visit during the second season, and eventually gives them associate producer status on one of his upcoming films.
- Don Percival - The CEO of Mayweather Security.
|Super Megaforce Red||Troy Burrows||Andrew Gray (voice; uncredited)|
|Super Megaforce Blue||Noah Carver||John Mark Loudermilk|
|Super Megaforce Yellow||Gia Moran||Caira Hanna|
|Super Megaforce Green||Jake Holling||Azim Rizk|
|Super Megaforce Pink||Emma Goodall||Christina Masterton (voice; uncredited)|
|Super Megaforce Silver||Orion||Cameron Jebo|
|Robo Knight||Robo Knight||Chris Auer (voice)|
|Dino Fury Red Ranger||Zayto||Russell Curry|
|Dino Fury Blue Ranger||Ollie Akana||Kai Moya|
|Dino Fury Pink Ranger||Amelia Jones||Hunter Deno|
|Dino Fury Green Ranger||Izzy Garcia||Tessa Rao|
|Dino Fury Black Ranger||Javi Garcia||Chance Perez|
|Dino Fury Gold Ranger||Aiyon||Jordon Fite|
- Ninja Steel Rangers (cameo)
- Cult of Xenu
- Xenu - Xenu is an ancient evil warrior from 10,000 years ago. He believed that Earth should be part of the Sub-Atomic Realm. He was defeated by warriors and sealed within the core of Instinctia. After being unintentionally freed from captivity during the Isis III expedition, Anton Baxter, the mission commander, was seemingly killed by his wrath. Xenu then makes his way back to the macroscopic world, and later takes control of Baxter's body.
- Xenu's Generals
- Season 1
- Generation 4 Combat Disciple (2)
- Generation 5 Gun Runner (3)
- Generation 6 Hot Shot (4)
- Generation 9 Stormbreaker (5)
- Generation 8 Chicken Chomper (6-7)
- Generation 6 King Crab (8)
- Generation 8 Femme Fatale (9)
- Generation 6 Siren Buster (11)
- Generation 7 Pool Table (12)
- Generation 7 Mountain Climber (14)
- Generation 9 Vacuum Cleaner (15)
- Generation 10 Sharp Shooter (15)
- Generation 10 Trump Card (17)
- Generation 10 Bowling Alley (18-19)
- Generation 11 Prison Guard (20)
- Generation 10 System Crasher (21)
- Generation 10 Click-and-Capture (23)
- Generation 11 Shipwreck (26)
- Generation 11 Holiday Special (Special)
- Season 2
- Generation 12 Hunger Switch (7)
- Porter Elahi / Generation 12 Sumo Slammer (8)
- Generation 13 Tentacle Dish (8)
- Generation 13 Babble Bot (9)
- Generation 13 Dough-minator (11)
- Generation 14 Gourmet Crusader (12)
- Generation 14 Final Cut (20)
- Generation 14 Thug Life (21)
- Generation 13 Party Animal (22)
- Generation 15 Paint Pot (27)
- Generation 15 Grand Finale (29)
- Season 1
- Extra Player
- The World (16-18)
- Potential Recruits
|Red Ranger Clone|
- System Lords
- Vladmir Gleberov
- Mr. Jolly's Sub-Atomic Circus
- Mayweather Security
Individual Weapons and Team Weapon
- Primal Defender ◆◆◆◆◆
- Legend:◆ piloted mecha, ❖ aux mecha, ● other
- Discovery Ultrazord ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆❖❖❖❖
- Grand Discovery Megazord ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆❖❖❖❖
- Great Discovery Megazord ◆◆◆◆◆◆❖❖
- Continental Megazord ◆◆◆
- Micro Bear Zord ❖ / Micro Bear-X Zord ❖
- Micro Bat Zord ❖
- Whale Titanzord / Whale Titanzord: Battle Mode ◆
- Grand Discovery Megazord ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆❖❖❖❖
- Mighty Condor Zord ◆ / Condor Battlezord ◆◆◆ (◆❖❖)
- Micro Attack Zord Prototypes
- Octo Hybrid Zord ❖
- Discovery Megazord: Configuration 1*5*4 ◆◆◆
- Discovery Megazord with Giraffe Cannon ◆◆◆❖
- Discovery Megazord: Configuration 1*5*4 with Giraffe Cannon ◆◆◆❖
- Discovery Megazord: Configuration 1*2*4 ◆◆◆
- Discovery Megazord: Configuration 1*2*3*4*5 ◆◆◆◆◆
- Octo Discovery Megazord ◆◆◆❖
- Octo Discovery Megazord with Giraffe Cannon ◆◆◆❖❖
- KongaMax Megazord: Configuration 6*2*3 ◆◆◆
- KongaMax Megazord with Mole Drill ◆◆◆❖
- KongaMax Megazord: Configuration 6*2*3 with Mole Drill ◆◆◆❖
- KongaMax Megazord with Mole Drill and Bear Hatchet ◆◆◆❖❖
- KongaMax Megazord: Configuration 6*5*3 ◆◆◆
- KongaMax Megazord Deluxe ◆◆◆◆❖❖
- KongaMax Megazord Deluxe with Bear-X Hatchet ◆◆◆◆❖❖❖
- KongaMax Walker ◆◆❖❖
Great Discovery Megazord
Grand Discovery Megazord
- Grand Discovery Megazord with Condor Megasaber ◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆◆❖❖❖❖◆
- Season 1
- Instincts Awakened (1)
- Instincts Awakened (2)
- United We Stand
- The Blue Streak
- Legacy of Power 2.0
- Path of the Gorilla
- When Rookies Attack
- Easy Fare
- Do You Have Protection?
- Uncle Vlad
- The Sweet Sound of Fear
- The Siege (1)
- The Siege (2)
- Peak Pressure
- The World (1)
- The World (2)
- Revenge of The World
- The Continental's Journey
- Rule of Six
- The Missing Zords
- Just Like Me
- A Discovery Exclusive
- Identity Thief
- The Joys of Disobedience
- The Instinctian Ripper
- A Fork in the Road
- Inner Struggle
- The Great Game (1)
- The Great Game (2)
- Mr. Jolly's Sub-Atomic Circus
- How Lester Stole Christmas
- Season 2
- Lesson Zero
- A Legendary Return
- One Soul to Rule All
- The Whale Nexus
- Taming of the Titanzord
- Seeing Red
- The Instinctian Migrants' Act
- Lost and Found
- Scermazu Rises (1)
- Scermazu Rises (2)
- Don't Touch The Dough
- Odd Ranger Out
- Splitting Image
- Whales Fall, Eagles Rise (1)
- Whales Fall, Eagles Rise (2)
- The Mayweather Snare
- What Would Master Bird Do?
- Heroes Among Us
- A Star is Scorn
- Leaving Sovereign City
- Doubling Down
- Sporix Re-Unleashed
- The Snow Storm (1)
- The Snow Storm (2)
- Pest Control
- The Ballad of Digit
- If Xenu Won
- Noble Instinctians
- That's Why We Believe
- Beyond Hope and Despair
- The Will of the Earth
- This series features more original zord footage than any other series.
- This is the first incarnation of the series since Samurai and Super Samurai not to feature "It's Morphin' Time!" as the pre-morph call.
- This is the first season since Mystic Force to feature a female Blue Ranger.
- Discovery is the first series in Power Ranger history to feature references to real-life history, as the Vietnam War was referenced in the Continental Tricon's backstory.
- Although Michael would often take the lead when going into battle, the Discovery Rangers were a rare case in which no single member was designated the leader of the group, although either Daniel or Lester are sometimes considered unofficial leaders.
- This series shares close similarities with the following seasons:
- It has close similarities with Lost Galaxy. They are both science-fantasy themed, feature animals as their Zords, and focus heavily on exploration. The only difference in terms of the exploration theme is that Lost Galaxy is about space exploration, and Discovery focuses on inter-dimensional travel.
- It has close similarities to Wild Force. They are both a anniversary series, though a animal-based series they are both mystical oriented. They have a erector style switchable robot component. The red has a secondary projector weapons. They both have a blue shark and white tiger. And the sixth ranger starts out as a villain that conforms and also has a three changeable weapon and three piece animal-themed megazord.
- In the case of the Discovery's sixth ranger, its power previously belong to another individual, in contrast to its Sentai counterpart who was created as an experiment by the main villains.
- It is very similar in tone to RPM. They both are science-fiction based, have fairly dark tones, have an African American Red Ranger whose father has a less than high opinion of them (Commander Burnham was concerned about his son's safety and initially did not trust him as a ranger, and Colonel Mason Truman's strict and militaristic nature).
- As such, the main characters share numerous traits with previous other rangers.
- Discovery is the first season since Wild Force to be orchestrated.
- Discovery is the first season since In Space to feature the same morpher sound effects from its Sentai counterpart; It reuses some recordings of Chō's Zyuohger equipment voiceovers.
- Discovery is the second season in a row after Dino Fury to begin with a "D".
- Discovery is the first season since Ninja Steel to feature the original roll call footage from its Sentai counterpart.
- The personalities of the Rangers are somewhat different from its Sentai counterpart, particularly the Green, White and Continential Rangers.
- The actors portraying the Red, Blue and Yellow Discovery Rangers are much older than the actors portraying the White and Green Rangers, making the latter two the youngest Rangers of their respective color in Power Rangers history.
- Discovery was intended to be a darker, much more serious Power Rangers series compared to the previous Neo-Saban seasons. Its Japanese counterpart did feature a few dark moments. However, they both have the element in common of lightly satirizing standard series elements.
- This is the second time a Power Rangers series has adapted the Sentai out of order, as Zyuohger was skipped over initially.
- Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger - Super Sentai counterpart. see comparison page.
- Power Rangers Discovery on Ideas Wiki
- Power Rangers Discovery on TV Ideas Wiki