MMPR villains' spacecraft
- Count Dregon's spacecraft
The Spiderbase, Dregon's ship, shot white energy blasts from
its mouth and belly at Edenoi following Dregon's order to destroy the planet.
A number of times
from 301-FIN1 through 303-FIN3, the Spiderbase would switch between
being in space (often flying away from a grayish
planet or moon resembling the Earth's moon) and hovering
in Edenoi's atmosphere as it blasted the
The Rangers didn't see that the Spiderbase was what was
blasting them from above, even though it seemed to be quite close to Edenoi, inside the atmosphere.
After Dregon had
followed the Rangers to Earth, the Spiderbase was shown flying away from
what looked like the same moon, but this time the
shot panned down to show the Earth.
- Master Vile's flying base
Master Vile had
apparently brought his Space Skull, a giant skull-shaped craft, with him
when he joined the other villains at
the moon palace.
After Master Vile
had teleported to the Space Skull with Rito and
Goldar, the Space Skull headed for Earth.
The Space Skull had a dark cavern area inside it,
where Rito and Goldar
watched as Master Vile created Globbor.
Vile's throne room
was a black room with large columns, a misty floor, some torches, a
podium of some sort, and large red eyes in the back, which presumably
looked out the Space Skull's eyes.
The Space Skull was shown flying over the city.
Master Vile trashed
his throne room by growing to giant size while inside the Space Skull.
from the Shogun Megafalconzord's
and Ninja Megafalconzord's attacks, Vile was back in his throne room, which was
back to its original state.
The Space Skull rose up from the earth and flew
over the land, with Master Vile watching
from the giant skull's open mouth.
The size of Master Vile relative to the Space Skull would
have made the Space Skull quite small.
Although the Space
Skull was flying over a forest, there was nothing but blackness outside
the mouth where Master Vile was standing.
What looked like another throne room was near the
mouth of the Space Skull, facing outward; in the room were skull podiums
with candles on them.
"MMPR villains' spacecraft."
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.