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|Power Rangers Mystic Force|
|Based on||Mahō Sentai Magiranger|
by Toei Company
The Walt Disney Company
|Written by||Bruce Kalish|
|Directed by||John Laing|
|Theme music composer||Chaka Blackmon|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||32 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producers||Bruce Kalish|
|Production locations||New Zealand (Wellington, Auckland)|
Japan (Saitama, Kyoto, Yokohama and Tokyo)
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production companies||BVS Entertainment|
Renaissance Atlantic Entertainment
Toei Company, Ltd.
Ranger Productions, Ltd.
|Distributor||Buena Vista Television|
Buena Vista International Television
|Original release||February 20 –|
November 13, 2006
|Preceded by||Power Rangers S.P.D.|
|Followed by||Power Rangers Operation Overdrive|
Power Rangers Mystic Force is the fourteenth season of the American television series Power Rangers, based on the Japanese 29th Super Sentai tokusatsu series. The season premiered on February 20, 2006 as part of the Jetix block on Toon Disney. The season is an adaptation of Mahō Sentai Magiranger, and is the only Disney-produced season to feature the main villain from its Super Sentai counterpart.
Twenty years ago, in a magic-filled dimension, the forces of darkness came into power. And a war called the "Great Battle" between good and evil began all while the citizens of the human world remained unaware. An army of monsters, led by a magnificent warrior named Morticon, swarmed the land with their sights set on taking over the magical realm, the human realm, and beyond. The army of Morticon, opposed by five wizards, The most powerful wizard of all Leanbow, cast a spell to pushed back the dark forces and closes the walls of the underworld forever. The Gatekeeper seal the gates for all eternity. The army of authenticity successfully thwarted the dark forces' attempt to take the surface world, but the five wizards lost their lives. The Leanbow, who sealed himself on their side of the Gate to make sure evil sources do not escape, journeys to the underworld.
In the present day, the city of Briarwood is struck by an earthquake, which proved powerful to crack the seal and allow evil to renew its attempt to invade the Earth. The sorceress Udonna alerted to their return, sought out the warriors of legend, five teens living in Briarwood, to become the Power Rangers alongside her. While one of the teens was reluctant at first, he realized his destiny and joined the others in the fight against the Master of the Underworld and his numerous minions.
When Udonna loses her Ranger powers to the mysterious Koragg, it is up to Nick, Chip, Xander, and sisters Madison and Vida to save the Earth on their own. They were assisted by Udonna's bumbling apprentice, Clare, and eventually Jenji the Genie Cat and his master Daggeron, the Solaris Knight join the team.
Using their powerful magic and incredible martial arts skills, the Mystic Force Rangers must rely on teamwork to save the day. Later, in a shocking surprise, it is revealed that Koragg is none other than Leanbow, the greatest and the strongest of the five original wizards. In a fight with Udonna, koragg takeover Udonna magical staff filled with the power of goodness. Over time, Udonna's magical staff, helps Koragg turn back to his original self, allowing him to use his powers to transform into the Wolf Warrior. In the end, the Rangers come together to defeat the Master of the Underworld with the help of Briarwood's people with the power of truth and goodness. With the forces of darkness defeated, Nick, Udonna, and Leanbow leave Briarwood to meet Nick's adoptive parents while the remaining Rangers stay behind to protect their home.
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