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Plunge! The Dreadful Hinelar City (とびこめ! 恐怖のヒネラーシティ Tobikome! Kyōfu no Hinerā Shiti) is the forty-seventh episode of Denji Sentai Megaranger. It is the third of the four episode Hinelar City arc and features the unexpected return of the Neziranger.

Synopsis

Kouichirou and Chisato must weigh whether to complete their university entrance exam or save their powerless friends when they become trapped in Hinelar City.

Plot

When the Megaranger respond to another Neji threat, they find nothing out of the ordinary at the location. However, the lingering spirits of the Nejiranger appear. Their desire to kill the Megaranger keeps them tied to this world. Unfortunately for them, they cannot be seen and are incorporeal.

Later, Tensou Nejilar captures Kenta, Miku and Shun while hunting for more prisoners for Hinelar City. The trio can’t transform inside of the Nejirejia’s lair, though.

Kouichirou and Chisato allow themselves to be caught and taken to Hinelar City. The pair destroy the tower that's blocking the Megarangers’ transformation signals, but they fall from a high point in the process. Luckily, Mega Red and Mega Blue save Chisato and Kouichirou before they hit the ground.

Mega Black and Mega Yellow then use their own Battle rizers to defeat Tensou Nejilar. The revived Psycho Nejilar is finally killed by Mega Voyager. After the fight, Hinelar City is spirited away.

Cast

Guest Cast

Notes

  • Although she doesn't appear, Chisato's grandmother (introduced in episode 28) is referred to with Chisato's phone conversation and a banner for her entrance exam preparations.
  • This marks the only time that MegaBlack & MegaYellow use the Battle Riser.

DVD Releases

Megaranger DVD Vol 5

Megaranger Volume 5, DVD cover

  • Denji Sentai Megaranger Volume 5 features episodes 42-51.[1]
Denji Sentai Megaranger DVD

Megaranger: The Complete Series (Shout! Factory)

  • The complete Megaranger series was released in North America by Shout! Factory in 2017.

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