|This article is about a/an faction in Power Rangers Dino Super Charge.|
|Lord Arcanon's Crew|
|Dino Super Charge|
|Led by:||Lord Arcanon|
|Generals and other Notable Members:||Singe,|
|Monster Types:||Sledge's Outlaws (formerly),|
|Base:||Sledge's Ship (formerly)|
|Allies:||Sledge's Crew (formerly)|
|Battled:||Dino Charge Rangers|
|Coexisted with:||Sledge's Crew|
|Other factions battled:||Sledge's Crew|
Lord Arcanon's first servant to be shown is Singe, who is sent as a scout to Earth to assess the potential threats against him. Though menaced by both Heckyl and Snide as the dominant villains, Singe is successful in blending in.
Singe's true motives are revealed when he speaks to Arcanon via a screen, only to be tailed by Fury, though not all of the truth is revealed at this point.
After Hookbeard is defeated, Heckyl demands to know how Singe knew the location of the Titano Zord from the get-go. Singe is unsuccessful at making up an excuse at this moment, and resorts to attacking him. However, Heckyl overwhelms him. Singe then leaves, and Heckyl grants Fury permission to destroy him whenever he is found. Singe has no choice but to leave the planet for the time being.
Singe then returns to Earth some time later accompanied by his fellow general Doomwing and by their master himself, Lord Arcanon, who possesses the Dark Energem. Though outmatched by Snide in a Megazord battle, the trio is successful at defeating Heckyl and imprisoning him, causing Arcanon to take over as main villain and threat to Earth.
In their first actual battle with the heroes, Doomwing attempts to destroy the Rangers by faking to be the Silver Ranger. However, he is unable to fully control Zenowing, blowing his cover. Through the use of a new invention, the Split-Emitters, Doomwing and Zenowing are separated, but the evil alien escapes with the Silver Energem, though now unable to morph, much to Arcanon's anger and disappointment.
Doomwing then tries to redeem himself by attempting to once again fuse with Zenowing. He requests Wrench to build him an army of recycled outlaws. Because it had to be rushed, the monsters are unable to speak, but they are used in the plan nonetheless. However, this only results in Zenowing retrieving the Silver Energem and becoming the Silver Ranger for the first time, using his newfound power to destroy his evil counterpart. After the battle, Singe's dialogue with Arcanon reminds Heckyl of his past. Making a deal with Poisandra, he breaks out and rebels, only to be imprisoned again.
Professor Strickler then comes along as a result of Lord Arcanon's potential agreement with Snide's proposal to split him and Heckyl apart, for the outlaw can exchange bodies, demonstrating this by placing Singe in a Vivix's body. Despite the failure in the attack, Arcanon holds up his part of the bargain, allowing Wrench to put the Split-Emitters to new use, successfully separating the previously domineering outlaws.
Arcanon then sends a musician duo to Amber Beach to try and turn everyone on it into zombies. Through the use of headphones, the Rangers are able to counter it, forcing the dark lord to fight them personally. Harnessing the energy of the Dark Energem, Arcanon powers up and slightly changes, his face becoming horned, monstrous and green, with sharp teeth and yellowish eyes. Pulling out all of the stops, the heroes manage to beat him, but only just. Down, but not out, Arcanon tries to recompose his stature, but is astonished by the return of Sledge, who betrays him by taking the Dark Energem and his outlaws, and soundly beats him and his minions along with his peers and Snide, destroying them for good.
- Lord Arcanon's army is distinct from Sledge's army.
- This faction is also similar to Captain Mutiny's Crew in terms of being around near the end of the series. It's also similar as the original Sentai main villain is leading this group while the first villain's group is lead by an American-made villain.
- Lord Arcanon's death is similar from Captain Mutiny's death, as well as their respective crew.