- evil Zord created by General Havoc
Leading Divatox to the
Space Base's holding bay, General Havoc said he'd saved the best for
last: his secret weapon in the neverending fight against good, Metallasaurus; Divatox was thrilled that he hadn't forgotten.
In the holding bay,
Metallasaurus was in its second form rather than its first.
After the Rangers
had fought Chromites briefly at the Angel Grove pier, Havoc called off the Chromites, bringing forth Metallasaurus (now
correctly in its first form), which he piloted from the a cockpit in the
very top of its head.
Laser's blast bounced off Metallasaurus's nose.
Metallasaurus shot eyebeams composed of mixed
black and red energy.
Metallasaurus had claws in its fingertips.
When the Turbo
Megazord raced toward it for the Spinout, Metallasaurus spun around
as well and broke the blade of the Turbo Megazord Saber in half with its
Metallasaurus bit the Megazord with its fangs, causing it to
crackle with blue electricity.
Metallasaurus hit the Megazord with its tail and then wrapped its
tail around the Megazord and shocked it
with blue electricity.
Once the Rangers
had been ejected from the Turbo
Megazord, Metallasaurus flew away to the Space Base with the Megazord.
In the Space Base's holding bay, Metallasaurus's
second form was being assembled, but its second form wouldn't be
introduced until 528-FOPh.
Metallasaurus's second form consisted of a
completely new head and neck which were inserted into a body identical
to the original, but with the addition of a cannon barrel in its chest.
Havoc had had Porto working around the clock to upgrade
Metallasaurus's operating systems, and he said he'd borrowed and
improved upon several ideas from the Turbo
When Metallasaurus attacked Angel Grove again, it was in its first form.
Laser's blast struck Metallasaurus
directly but did nothing to the Zord.
Havoc told the citizens of Angel
Grove to say goodbye, and Metallasaurus began to pull up a skyscraper
before Artillatron arrived with the Rescuezords.
Metallasaurus sliced the top of a building off
with its eyebeams.
Metallasaurus tried to shove over the remaining
bottom section of the building, but Star
Racer, in tractor mode, held it up.
Wind Rescue, in
vehicle mode, shot a large hypodermic needle from a launcher on its
roof, causing Metallasaurus to leap up, crackling with blue electricity.
Tamer, in vehicle mode, used water to roll a now-loose spherical gas
tank at Metallasaurus, and when it exploded, it sent Metallasaurus
flying through space and crashing into the Space Base.
In the Space Base's
holding bay, Metallasaurus was being assembled in its second form, using
the same head-insertion sequence as shown in the beginning of 527-OLHo.
Havoc said with
these improvements to Metallasaurus, the Rescuezords would be helpless.
The Turbozords' data banks apparently contained images of, among other things, Metallasaurus's first form confronting Artillatron. (Source: Submitted by Derik Smith)
briefly shown in Angel Grove in its first
Havoc referred to
Metallasaurus as his Zord.
Metallasaurus, in its second form, soon appeared
from red energy bolts.
Metallasaurus's second form also included new
sharp fins extending from the sides of its legs.
Havoc got into an
identical cockpit as before, still located atop Metallasaurus's head.
Metallasaurus's eyebeam (shot from its new eye
visor) was now blue with red and black flaming energy around it.
During the fight with the Rescuezords, Metallasaurus pulled out a cage
with the listless Phantom inside.
Metallasaurus shot a grinning cannonball from its
Some time later, when Metallasaurus shot a second
cannonball, Lightning Fire Tamer
(in high stance mode) caught the cannonball and threw it back at
cannons, held by the Rescue
Megazord, destroyed Metallasaurus.
After Metallasaurus's destruction, Havoc was on the Space Base, where he promised to return with a
new Metallasaurus; Divatox reminded him that
his last promise had taken 100 years to keep, and he called her an
ingrate as he walked away.
List" on his clipboard at the villains' monster training area, listing a number of monsters from 516-Shr1 through 535-SpOW, also listed "Metalsaurus," but
Metallasaurus was not a monster, and its
name was pronounced differently than its spelling on this list would
have been pronounced.
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.