Actually a 2 part episode. Part 1 Nick's father has returned, and is helping Nick train. The source of evil decides it's time to attack, and possesses Nick. The Rangers go to a village ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Angie Diaz ...
Melanie Vallejo ...
Barnie Duncan ...
Phineas / Elf Leader
Holly Shanahan ...
Brigitte Berger ...
Nikki (credit only)
Koragg (voice) (as Geoffrey Dolan)
Necrolai (voice)


Actually a 2 part episode. Part 1 Nick's father has returned, and is helping Nick train. The source of evil decides it's time to attack, and possesses Nick. The Rangers go to a village that's been attacked, and find out that Nick was responsible. Leeanbow manages to break through to his son/stop his attacks. The Snow Prince arrives, the mystic mother has been attacked Daggeron and Leeanbow go to find her. Meanwhile some of the sources 10 terrors attack the city. The rangers and Udonna try to defend as best they can. Part 2 The battle isn't going well. Leanbow and Daggeron have fallen. Ginji is destroyed. Manticore Megazord is destroyed. The source is absorbing all the magic they throw at it. The rangers are captured, and Nick has doubts they can win. Maddie convinces him to not give up. Nick manages to summon enough magic to attack the source and escape. Now all the rangers have lost their magic. The source follows them to the city for a final confrontation. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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13 November 2006 (USA)  »

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7 January 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Mystic Fate is by far the best season finale ever. And I mean for the entire PR series. We finally have a finale worthy to be compared with "Countdown to Destruction" from the Power Rangers In Space season finale from eight years ago. Now don't get me wrong, each season finale since then, and prior to, did have some impact emotionally on the viewers, but Mystic Fate somehow had a "satisfying" feeling; everything was completely wrapped up. Superb acting on every actor and actress, especially from Melanie Vallejo (Maddie, the Blue Ranger) in her "never give up" scene with Firass Dirani (Nick, the Red Ranger).

As with the goal of every PR season, there must be a moral to accompany each episode. And this series was no exception. That would be the work of Bruce Kalish and Jackie Marchand who have made it clear that they believe if people of different walks of life join together, they can accomplish great things.

After watching the original Japanese counterpart, which this episode was based off of, I did notice several similarities, but I was thoroughly pleased with the differences. I am also pleased with the decision the writers made as to retire Machiko Soga's famous character Rita Repulsa, the ever-popular sorceress who debuted with the PR Franchise back in 1993. Soga passed away in early 2006, but made a brief appearance to play the eternal monarch of good magic in the Japanese original, Magiranger. The producers of Power Rangers carried her storyline as Rita, who had reformed and become the Mystic Mother. And like her adversary Zordon, she now wanders the galaxy as good energy.

Truly a spectacular ending to a spectacular year. Well done RangerProductions!

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