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This article is about a/an Megazord and its components in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, existing in a different continuity than the TV series.
Ninja FalconMegazord
Ninja Megazord Battle Mode
Zords: Ninja Megazord Battle Mode
  • Ninja ApeZord
  • Ninja FrogZord
  • Ninja WolfZord
  • Ninja BearZord
  • Ninja CraneZord

Ninja FalconMegazord

  • Ninja FalconZord
Movie: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
First Appearance: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
Last Appearance: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
Number of Episode
Full list of appearances
Length: m
Width: m
Height: (Ninja Megazord) 58 m
(Ninja FalconMegazord) 86.6 m
Weight: 7200 t
Speed: km/h

Megazord cockpit


Ninja Megazord Battle Mode. This is Tsuyoshi Nanoka's customized maquette rendered to movie-accuracy

When the Power Rangers retrieved the Great Power from Phaedos, they all received new Zords. These Zords contained the power of their new Ninjetti animal spirits.

The Ninjazords can combine into the Ninja FalconMegazord, a flying Megazord capable of space flight. Without one of its components, the FalconZord, it could combine into the Ninja Megazord Battle Mode- a limber Megazord capable of close combat as well as sword battles.


Ninja FalconZord


Ninja FalconZord

The Ninja FalconZord is a flying zord armed with missiles located on the end of its wings. It is the only Zord that can be independent of the Megazord formation. Once docked onto Ninja Megazord, it completes Ninja FalconMegazord.

Ninja ApeZord


Ninja ApeZord

The Ninja ApeZord is a nearly humanoid zord capable of human-like mobility. Its cockpit is on a circular area in the chest.

Ninja FrogZord


Ninja FrogZord

The Ninja FrogZord has powerful jumping legs as well as a long tongue that can be charged with electricity to shock its opponent. The cockpit shape is trapezoidal and is located between the eyes.

Ninja WolfZord


Ninja WolfZord

The Ninja WolfZord has a strong jaw to grip opponents. Its legs are powered by hydraulics. Its cockpit shape is an inverse trapezoid located between the wolf's eyes.

Ninja BearZord


Ninja BearZord

The Ninja BearZord can maul opponents bear-style. It can also stand up on its hind legs to attack. Its rectangular cockpit is located on top of its head.

Ninja CraneZord


Ninja CraneZord

The Ninja CraneZord is one of the Ninja Zords' flyers. It has particularly powerful thrusters. Its cockpit is in the head itself.

Dino Charger

MMPR Ninja MegaFalconzord Charger

MMPR Ninja MegaFalconzord Dino Charger

As part of NYCC 2015, Bandai released an exclusive Dino Charge Mighty Morphin' Movie Charger set with each Dino Charger depicting four pictures. In the Ninja MegaFalconzord's case, it featured the 6 Rangers, the White Ranger's Power Morpher, the Ninja MegaFalconzord, and the MMPR Movie title. Although it's based on the movie version, the Megazord depicted in the charger is based on the TV version.

Differences from the TV version

  • The naming of all the zords for the film was re-ordered. As opposed to Wolf Ninjazord, like in the series, it is now Ninja Wolfzord. Whereas the Ninja Mega Falconzord is now the Ninja FalconMegazord.
  • All footage of the Zords was made via CG-imaging; the artists used the Kakuranger toys for reference. Despite this, the Ninjazords featured in the movie barely resemble their actual television counterparts, both in Zord and Megazord form. Noticeable differences would be the change in transformation mechanisms, the functional hand from the Ape arm, the Wolf's head for a left hand, the use of the Shogun Megazord's Fire Saber as a Power Sword, and the transformed crane for a cockpit, instead of two eyes. Also in the movie, the Pink Ranger is in the front of the cockpit, while in the show, the Red Ranger was in front.
MMPR-Ninja Megazord-movie

Ninja Megazord Battle Mode in the movie


Ninja FalconMegazord

  • The Ninja Megazord is the first Megazord not to have a weapon finisher. In the TV series, the Megazord also is the first not to sport a weapon. The movie version of the Megazord sports a weapon but it's unknown if it lacks the finisher move, as the Fire Saber is destroyed before they can use the move.
  • The Ninja FalconMegazord is also much smaller than its TV counterpart, which is taller than a skyscraper.


  • Tsuyoshi Nanoka, PLEX designer, said he's been fascinated at the design for a long time, and created for himself an 8" movie accurate figure/maquette that he sculpted and kitbashed from Minipla (Candy toy kits) and Gunpla (Gundam kits). He followed the movie design for the Ape, Wolf, Frog, Bear and Crane zords but stopped short with the Falcon Ninjazord, opting to chrome a regular plastic Falconzord instead. [1]

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