- magical artifact given to brothers Tommy Oliver and David Trueheart; can control ancient evil spirits
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Last Appearance: 421-Bro?


  • After young Tommy had completed his Zeo quest in an unknown time period, True of Heart gave young Tommy half an arrowhead, telling him he had also earned it; he said it was to remember his time here, and that one day he would find the other half, and then his personal quest would be complete; True of Heart was in the process of telling young Tommy what secret the arrowhead would reveal when Tommy was sucked up by his subcrystal into the portal above with a red energy star.


  • After waking up from the same nightmare about receiving his arrowhead and about a battle in the Zeo Megazord, Tommy went to the Power Chamber in the middle of the night with the arrowhead around his neck.


  • The falcon flew away with white mist, then the falcon, flying above, dissolved into white mist, and flaming energy streaked into Tommy's chest.
  • David said that the spirit of the falcon had led Tommy to him.
  • When David was little, a wise man had given him the other half of the arrowhead, also telling David that when he found the other half, he would complete his quest.
  • David revealed that he was David Trueheart, Tommy's brother, and he then merged his and Tommy's arrowhead halves.


  • David and Tommy shared a great responsibility: the arrowhead they guarded contained very strong and old powers that they couldn't let fall into evil hands.
  • Billy couldn't detect anything special about the arrowhead with the Power Chamber's equipment.
  • As helmetless Tommy held the arrowhead, it glowed with golden energy, and Tommy concentrated, sending an astral projection of himself (appearing unmorphed) to the cave where David was held; both Tommy and David saw each other.
  • When Tommy tried again, this time an image of Sam appeared in the Power Chamber, describing to Tommy the dangers of the cave where David was being held.
  • The other Rangers couldn't see the image of Sam, but it's unknown whether they could hear it.
  • At the reservation, morphed Tommy had the arrowhead show him to David, and it did so with a translucent purple energy sphere surrounded by translucent gold energy rings.
  • The arrowhead led Tommy to a location above the cave where David was, and then the orb vanished.
  • To teleport down to David, Tommy shot a golden beam from the arrowhead into the ground, and a larger version of the previous purple and gold energy sphere took Tommy's place, then flew into a rock, slamming Tommy against, as Mondo's forcefield was impenetrable.
  • Tommy gave Mondo the arrowhead to free David, but Mondo didn't follow through with the deal.


  • Klank found that the arrowhead appeared to be part of a magical stone, and if the two pieces were reunited, it could have the power to control monsters.
  • Sam explained that many years ago, the land had been ruled by powerful evil spirits, but that a great warrior had captured them and imprisoned them in the arrowhead; thus, whoever held the arrowhead controlled the spirits.
  • David knew about the stone in the forest which, according to the legends, would activate the arrowhead's full powers; if Mondo used it, he could control monsters that even the Power Rangers couldn't defeat.
  • Klank soon reported that they'd found a stone in the forest that matched the energy readings of the arrowhead.
  • Once the stone had been located, Mondo, in the forest, said he was poised on the brink of controlling the Earth's most primitive monsters.
  • Mondo could feel the power coming from the stone.
  • The hole in the boulder was rippling with purple energy.
  • Mondo blasted the hole with a blue energy bolt from his staff, and it continued to ripple with purple energy.
  • While the villains were distracted by a blast from the Red Battlezord, Tommy leapt down and snatched the arrowhead from the stone in the forest, removing the newly-acquired ancient powers from Mondo.
  • The arrowhead split as Tommy and David held it at the same time in the Youth Center, and Tommy figured they were supposed to hold onto the halves separately.

    "Arrowhead."   Updated 4/7/05.
    Edited by Joe Rovang.  Content owned by Disney, used without permission.