|This article is about a/an monster in Power Rangers Turbo, the third installment in the Zordon Era .|
- "I am Goldgoyle and you are about to be destoyed Power Rangers!"
- ―Goldgoyle introducing himself the Turbo Rangers[src]
Goldgoyle is Divatox's last and most powerful monster and the primary antagonist of the first part of the two-part season finale episode of Power Rangers Turbo "Chase into Space", he was hired as an outside source as a final attempt to defeat the Power Rangers. He succeeded in his mission, which was to destroy the Turbo Megazord and Rescue Megazord. During his entire time on the show, he was a giant monster, and was nicknamed "The Most Destructive Monster in the Whole Universe". He lived up to his name, based on his destructive, Lighting Breath, which he would use to destroy the Zords.
Goldgoyle was first seen on a moon, Divatox was highly impress with this monster and sent him down as the final attempt to defeat the Turbo Power Rangers once and for all. He appear in front of them in a red and black robe before transforming into his true form, after he introduce himself to the Rangers and mocking them he attack, the Rangers first summon there Rescue Megazord to battle this super monster. Initially, the Rescue Megazord was able to dodge Goldgoyle's attacks but when Goldgoyle ruined their weapons, they felt they were in trouble, then called on the Artillery Cannons, those had no effect whatsoever on Goldgoyle. He then tossed some energy of his own at the Rescue Megazord. TJ tried in desperation a self-destruct of the Rescue Megazord, which slowly walked over and held onto Goldgoyle, who was surprised at what was going on for a second, then after the explosion, he remained intact and taunted them. The only option left was the Turbo Megazord, which despite being weaker overall, could get in closer. The Turbo Megazord used a special variation of the spinoff, dodging Goldgoyle's mouth blasts, shooting itself through the monster, a finisher much more powerful than the original and even more potent than the Artillery Cannons. It did not finish off Goldgoyle, but it did a great amount of damage that the monster didn't let on to. He used what was left of the spinout energy and infused some of his own to create the biggest blast he could to hit the Turbo Megazord, which went down in three hits but wasn't destroyed. All that was left to do was use the Turbo RAM but to fire it inside his mouth. The RAM normally would have been eaten with little to no effect on the monster's insides, but the Turbo Megazord drill spinout through his midsection weakened him enough inside that he was destroyed when the Turbo Rangers launched their Turbo RAM Cannon, in self-destruct mode, into Goldgoyle's mouth, causing both of them to explode, and thus, Goldgoyle is destroyed for good.
Goldgoyle was an argent and ruthless monster that likes to mock his victims of how strong he is.
Powers and Abilities
- Strength: True to his history, Goldgoyle is one of the strongest monsters in Turbo, powerful enough to destroy the Rescue Megazord and the Turbo Megazord.
- Durability: Goldgoyle has incredible thick skin, he took powerful hits and blows from the Rescue Megazord's blasters, getting self-destructed at point-blank range by the Rescue Megazord it self and getting drilled through in the midsection by the Turbo Megazords powered up spinoff finisher, and he still did not get a scratch on him.
- Flight: Goldgoyle can fly at high speeds thanks to the jet thrusters under his boots, they were only used once to fly down to earth.
- Lighting Breath: Goldgoyle can fire powerful red lighting beams from his mouth.
- Energy Absorb: Goldgoyle can absorb his enemy's attacks with his hands.
- Energy Reflect: Afterwords he can fire a large orange energy beam back at the enemy.
- Focus Blast: Goldgoyle's strongest attack, he can charge up orange energy from around the area and will fire orange energy balls, they are very strong, powerful enough to bring down the Turbo Megazord in just three hits.
- Tentacles: Goldgoyle can launch red tentacles from his shoulders to wrap his targets.
- Lighting Effect: Goldgoyle can also electrocute his tentacles with red lighting as well.
Behind the Scenes
He is voiced by Tom Wymer
- During the first few seconds of Goldgoyle's entrance, his Sentai counterpart, Reckless Dash Emperor Exhaus can be seen. In Carranger, Exhaust is the evil mastermind of the series, and his counterpart Goldgoyle is actually his second "fighting form" he assumed. Exhaus was replaced by Divatox as the evil mastermind of US adaption. Originally, the "Turbo Ram" was an expired yōkan (used to make monsters grow) which shrunk him and made him too sick to fight.
- Goldgoyle's name comes from the words Gold and Gargoyle.
- He is the second monster/villain to destroy a Megazord. The first was Rito Revolto. The third was Ecliptor, the fourth was Tankenstein, the fifth and sixth was both Diabolico and Olympius, the seventh was Master Org, the eighth was Lothor, the ninth Zeltrax, the Tenth was Octomus the Master, the 11th was Venjix, the 12th was Master Xandred. and the 13th was Emperor Mavro.
- Goldgoyle was the first monster to singlehandedly destroy every Megazord used by a Ranger group. While Rito Revolto had managed to destroy the Thunder Megazord and Tigerzord, he only did so with the aid of several other monsters. This status would remain unchallenged until Master Org destroyed all the Wild Zords in Wild Force (and even then, they didn't remain destroyed).
- Goldgoyle is the second final Sentai boss to have a Power Rangers counterpart that was just a generic monster; the first was Lt. Colonel Shadam, whose counterpart, Mondo the Magician, was only in two episodes. Hydro Hog was the opposite, in Kakuranger he was just a monster-of-the-day.