- former attacker of Edenoi (301-FIN1 through 303-FIN3); main villain in Masked Rider TV series
Dregon and crew rode in the insect-like Spiderbase.
The Spiderbase was frequently
shown flying away from a grayish planet or
moon resembling the Earth's moon.
robotic drone on the bridge of the Spiderbase, called Dregon
the "lord of evil."
Doubleface reported to Dregon
that the attack was proceeding according to the plan; he then asked
about the planet (Edenoi), and Dregon told him
to destroy it, after which the Spiderbase would begin
bombarding the planet with energy blasts.
Lord Zedd used his
super-vision to watch Dregon's assault on Edenoi; he was upset that Dregon had "reared his
ugly head again," and while he knew the name of Dregon's Spiderbase, he didn't seem
familiar with Edenoi.
Through Zedd's super-vision, the Spiderbase could be seen
flying away from the aforementioned grayish planet or moon, then traveling through a tunnel
or warp of some sort, then approaching Edenoi
and finally shooting at it from a distance.
Rita knew of Dregon and
Zedd hated Dregon even
more than he hated the Rangers; for as long as
Zedd could remember, Dregon had been trying to one-up him, to be more
evil and dastardly than him.
Dregon wasn't familiar with the Rangers, nor were his crew or the Spiderbase's computer.
Dregon wanted to obtain the Masked Rider powers; he had their air attack
continue, to destroy Masked Rider and the
Rangers (whom he thought wanted the Masked Rider powers as well).
Dregon said everything would fall into place once
Masked Rider and the Rangers (never actually mentioning the name
"Rangers") were destroyed.
When the Spiderbase began blasting
at both Rangers and Edenoites alike, Dex knew
that the Rangers had been sincere, as even
Dregon, he said, wasn't low enough to fire on his own soldiers.
Once Masked Rider
and the Rangers had sought shelter in a cave,
Dregon angrily demanded that his minions send the Plague Patrol to find them or
heads would roll; Nefaria and Cyclopter then, appearing
injured, staggered away from Dregon to do his bidding.
According to Dex, Count
Dregon had enslaved the Edenoites and forced
them to mine the soil, releasing noxious gases which would ultimately
destroy the planet.
For many centuries, Edenoi had been a planet of great peace without
the need for weapons or armies; Count Dregon, knowing this, had waged an
attack and enslaved the Edenoites, a race of
scholars and artisans.
Dex said that Dregon must
never get his hands on the Masked Rider
powers, for with them he would be invincible, and the entire galaxy
would be at risk.
Zedd said Dregon was
too evil for his own good.
The gas mask-wearing Dex
transformed into Masked Rider in front of
the Plague Patrol, who
already knew of Dex's part in the rebellion;
Dregon may have been watching Dex's
transformation, from the Spiderbase, at the time as
The Plague Patrol was told the Rangers' title of "Power
Rangers" during the course of their fight.
One of the Plague Patrol soldiers knew
that the Rangers were from Earth.
After the Plague Patrol and Cogworts had been defeated, Dregon
called in his henchmen, and they told him that Dex
After telling his minions they had better capture
Dex soon, Dregon planned to find the meddlers (not
mentioning the name "Power Rangers") and teach
them a lesson.
Dregon planned to follow the Rangers to their home planet and destroy them.
Once Doubleface and Cyclopter had determined that the
Rangers were heading to Earth, Dregon announced that Earth would be their next target.
Once Repellator was destroyed, Zedd groaned that if Count Dregon found out
about it, Zedd would never hear the end of
Dregon's Spiderbase was soon shown
flying away from the moon and approaching the Earth.
As the Spiderbase approached the
Earth, Dregon said, "My wicked plans for the
conquest of the planet Earth are complete. [...]
I will annihilate those who aid Masked
Rider and the rest of the people of Earth.
They shall be conscripted into my army of slaves."
Dregon's invasion of Earth was never seen nor referred to after this point.
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.