- galaxy conquered by Master Vile
Master Vile had
conquered the M51 galaxy.
Thousands of years ago, the people of galaxy M51
had hid the Zeo Crystal from Master Vile deep inside the Caves of Deception, beneath the surface
of Earth's moon, and
placed a powerful forcefield around it to protect it from anyone not
pure of heart.
In a flashback of the hiding of the Zeo Crystal, two people in purple cloaks, one
with a green cloth hanging down his back, both with staffs, secured the
Zeo Crystal in a stone podium and created a
forcefield around it by waving their staves around; one of the two
people may have been a woman, while the other had a gray beard.
As Ninjor and Zordon recounted the hiding of the Zeo Crystal in the Caves of Deception on the moon by the people of the M51 galaxy and Zedd's corruption of the moon palace, Zordon
told the teens, "We thought the crystal would be safe from Zedd, but Master
Vile is much older and infintely wiser in the ways of evil."
Master Vile had sent
the Ninja Megazord, Falconzord, and Shogun Megazord to a defeated planet the
M51 galaxy; this planet's extremely corrosive atmosphere had covered the
Zords with rust.
The M51 galaxy was Master Vile's home galaxy, according to Billy.
The sky and ground of the conquered planet were
both extremely dark.
After the Shogun
Megazord, controlled by the Aquitian Rangers,
had destroyed giant Professor
Longnose and caused his army of five monsters to retreat, Master Vile fell on the ground and whined and
sobbed; he pouted that he'd had it with the villains and was going back to his own
galaxy (M51), where evil reigned supreme and the
badguys always won.
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homeworld was named Gamma-Vile; on its rocky surface, Vile lived within a fortress around which a
road spiraled up to its front gate.
In the purplish sky above were three silvery
moons, perhaps artificial.
Vile was shocked
when King Mondo attacked his "innocent
little planet" seeking Zedd around the time of or in place of 422-TrMe.
All of Vile's guards
wore imperial red uniforms and were either green-skinned dragon-men or
brown goat-horned men.
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.