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Taming of the Zords

Episode Information

Power Rangers Wild Force Season 10

Title Card for "Taming of the Zords".
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Episode #
Written by
Katie Torpey
Directed by
Koichi Sakamoto
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last aired
March 14, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gaoranger #
    • 18
    • 27
    • 35
    • 38
Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
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Monitoring Earth
  • Jindrax
  • Lion Tamer Org
  • Toxica


  • Princess Shayla commented that “maybe the Kongazord could help,” but the Bisonzord and Eaglezord were currently part of the Lion Tamer Org-controlled Wild Force Megazord. (09:56)
  • Immediately after calling “Wildzords, combine,” the Rangers were in the Megazord cockpit, with the Souldrive, with the Megazord formation already completed. (10:53)
  • Jindrax referred to one particular shot as a “knee to the chest,” when the attack hit the mid-section. (11:29)
  • After the zords were exchanging arms to form default combinations, the Elephant zord was suddenly on the Wild Force Megazord in the next shot. (16:23)
  • It is unknown why the Rangers didn’t summon the Falconzord earlier. (18:21)
  • The Rhino and Armadillo were not shown disengaging from the Kongazord Striker to form the Isis Megazord. (18:58)
  • The Souldrive was not shown merging with the Isis Megazord. (19:05)
  • Merrick seemed to be walking toward the Megazords in the final scene, but the next shot showed them behind him. (20:34)

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