|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy.|
|Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Episode 7x39|
|Air date November 17, 1999|
|Written by Jill Donnellan|
|Directed by Worth Keeter|
Dream Battle is the thirty-ninth episode of Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, continuing the Lost Galaxy arc. The episode introduces the monster Hexuba, an ally of Captain Mutiny in the Lost Galaxy. Walter Jones (the original Black Ranger of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) provides the voice of the Nightmare Monster.
Mutiny's ally, the evil witch, Hexuba, sends each of the Rangers flowers cast with a sleeping spell. In their dream state, they must battle the Nightmare monster and Mutiny's Swabbies. Mike is the only one to remain awake and he breaks Hexuba's crystal ball, releasing the Rangers from the dream. The Rangers must fight Hexuba.
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- Archie Kao - Kai Chen
- Reggie Rolle - Damon Henderson
- Danny Slavin - Leo Corbett
- Valerie Vernon - Kendrix Morgan (credits only)
- Cerina Vincent - Maya
- Russell Lawrence - Mike Corbett
- Amy Miller - Trakeena (credit only)
- Richard Cansino - Villamax (uncredited)
- David Lodge - Kegler (uncredited)
- Bob Papenbrook - Deviot (uncredited)
- Melody Perkins - Karone
- Mike Reynolds - Captain Mutiny
- Rajia Baroudi - Hexuba
- Walter Jones - Nightmare
- Donene Kistler - Alpha 6
- Wendee Lee - Alpha 6 (voice)
- Sean Michael Guess - Delivery Boy
- This is the first Power Rangers episode to have the Rangers fall into a dream dimension. The second being Dino Thunder's "In Your Dreams".
- This episode is similar to Mighty Morphin's "Crystal of Nightmares" with the exception that the Rangers are not afraid nor didn't lose confidence.
- Although he appears, Mike remained unmorphed throughout this episode.
- During the Megazord fight, the Rangers call upon the Stratoforce Megazord however the Centaurus Megazord appears.
- Hexuba didn't think to also put Alpha 6 to sleep with the flowers (it has been shown that 6's predecessor could sleep, and Alpha 6 was placed under an earlier albeit different sleeping spell in Silent Sleep), so why couldn't she do so?