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The Ninja Power Stars in the Ninja Nexus Prism

The Ninja Power Stars are throwing stars used by the Ninja Steel Rangers to morph into Power Rangers. Additional stars were reforged in the Ninja Nexus Prism in order to unlock their attacks and summon and operate their Zords.

List of Stars

These Power Stars are used by the Ninja Steel Rangers to unlock their powers and forms. They are re-formed shards of the Ninja Nexus Star.

  • Red Ninja Power Star - Allows the Red Ranger to transform, marked with the kanji for "red" ( Aka).
  • Blue Ninja Power Star - Allows the Blue Ranger to transform, marked with the kanji for "blue" ( Ao).
  • Yellow Ninja Power Star - Allows the Yellow Ranger to transform, marked with the kanji for "yellow" ( Ki).
  • White Ninja Power Star - Allows the White Ranger to transform, marked with the kanji for "white" ( Shiro).
  • Pink Ninja Power Star - Allows the Pink Ranger to transform, marked with the kanji for "pink" ( Momo).
  • Gold Ninja Power Star - Allows the Gold Ranger to transform, marked with the kanji for "star" ( Hoshi). After the other five were removed from the Ninja Nexus Prism by the Rangers, the Gold Star was claimed by Madame Odius. Forged in Steel However, it was later revealed in "Gold Rush" that Madame Odius kidnapped Aiden Romero right after he claimed the Gold Power Star. Gold Rush


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Ninja Nexus Star

The Ninja Nexus Star is the power star which is the source of the six Ninja Power Stars. In Return of the Prism, it was destroyed by Dane Romero to stop Galvanax from stealing it power. It then somehow managed to get back into the Ninja Nexus Prism, and reformed into the six main Ninja Power Stars.

  • Element Star - An elemental Power Star marked with the kanji for "five" ( Go), this Power Star is capable of launching Ninjutsu attacks based on five elements marked with their respective kanji by turning the blade to the appropriate setting of choice before being inserted into the Ninja Star Blade. Five copies of this Star were created, with the first shown being created from a throwing star made of the Ninja Steel and thrown into the Ninja Nexus Prism. Live and Learn
    • Fire ( Hi)
      • Allows the user to perform the Element Star: Ninja Fire Attack, which has two variations:
        • Makes the Ninja Star Blade shoot a stream of fire at the enemy. Live and Learn
        • The Ninja Star is slammed into the ground, it makes many great pillars of fire to erupt from the ground. Presto Change-O
    • Water ( Mizu)
      • Allows the user to perform the Element Star: Ninja Water Attack, which has two variations:
        • Makes the Ninja Star Blade release a stream of water that splashes onto the enemy. Presto Change-O
        • Turns the weapon into a self-propelled surfboard for the user to ride. Live and Learn
    • Forest ( Ki) (Dubbed Wood in the toyline)
      • Allows the user to perform the Element Star: Ninja Wood Attack:
    • Metal ( Kin, Note: this is typically the kanji for "Gold")
      • Allows the user to perform the Element Star: Ninja Metal Attack, which has two variations:
        • Summons a gold-colored metal washing pan that falls onto the head of the enemy. Presto Change-O
        • Summons chains to restrain an enemy. Live and Learn
    • Earth ( Tsuchi, Note: this is typically the kanji for "Soil")


  • Storm Star


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Ninja Fusion Zord Star

  • Ninja Fusion Zord Star[1]


Ninja Clone Star

Ninja Clone Star

  • Ninja Clone Star - This Power Star bears a likeness to Ninja Steel Red and is marked with the kanji for "bun" (), reflecting Sarah's Clone technology abilities.
    • When used on Ninja Steel Megazord, it casts illusions of the mecha so that it can surround the enemy before striking them. Gold Rush



The Zord Stars are used by the Ninja Steel Rangers to summon their Zords. They were created when shurikens made of Ninja Steel were fed back into the Ninja Nexus Prism after the Rangers were shown a vision of their Zords. The first five shurikens were spit back out by the Prism looking similar to the Ninja Power Stars except for the robotic face of the Megazord on the center.

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Robo Red Zord Star

  • Robo Red Zord Star - Summons the Robo Red Zord. Also completes the helmet for the Ninja Steel Megazord. This Power Star, along with the other color-marked Zord Stars, are marked with the kanji for "machine" ( Ki). It was originally a throwing star that Dane Romero forged from the Ninja Steel. Ten years later, it and four others were placed within the Ninja Nexus Prism, which changed them into their current forms for the Rangers.


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Dragon Zord Star

  • Dragon Zord Star - Summons the Dragon Zord. Also completes the helmet for the Ninja Steel Megazord Dragon Formation. This Power Star, along with the other color-marked Zord Stars, are marked with the kanji for "machine" ( Ki). It was originally a throwing star that Dane Romero forged from the Ninja Steel. Ten years later, it and four others were placed within the Ninja Nexus Prism, which changed them into their current forms for the Rangers.


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Nitro Zord Star

  • Nitro Zord Star - Summons the Nitro Zord. This Power Star, along with the other color-marked Zord Stars, are marked with the kanji for "machine" ( Ki). It was originally a throwing star that Dane Romero forged from the Ninja Steel. Ten years later, it and four others were placed within the Ninja Nexus Prism, which changed them into their current forms for the Rangers.


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Kodiak Zord Star

  • Kodiak Zord Star - Summons the Kodiak Zord. This Power Star, along with the other color-marked Zord Stars, are marked with the kanji for "machine" ( Ki). It was originally a throwing star that Dane Romero forged from the Ninja Steel. Ten years later, it and four others were placed within the Ninja Nexus Prism, which changed them into their current forms for the Rangers.


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Zoom Zord Star

  • Zoom Zord Star - Summons the Zoom Zord. This Power Star, along with the other color-marked Zord Stars, are marked with the kanji for "machine" ( Ki). It was originally a throwing star that Dane Romero forged from the Ninja Steel. Ten years later, it and four others were placed within the Ninja Nexus Prism, which changed them into their current forms for the Rangers.


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Bull Zord Star

  • Bull Zord Star- Summons both the Bull Rider Zord and Bull Zord in which Rodeomaru rides on. Also used to combine both OtomoNins into Bull Rider Megazord. This Zord Star is marked with the kanji for "cattle" ( Ushi). This Zord Star ,along with the Storm Star were created by Mick off scene.


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Rumble Tusk Zord Star

  • Rumble Tusk Zord Star - Summons the Rumble Tusk Zord. Also completes the helmet for the Rumble Tusk Ninja Steel Megazord. This Power Star, along with the other color-marked Zord Stars, are marked with the kanji for "elephant" ( ). Forged from the Ninja Nexus Prism after Mick saw a vision of the elephant and throws the star. While the Rangers are fighting against Tangleweb, Mick throws the Power Star and that way Brody can cut the web free himself and use the Rumble Tusk Zord to vacuum all the web that the monster cause.


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Astro Zord Star

  • Astro Zord Star - Summons the Astro Zord. Also completes the helmet for the Astro Ninja Steel Megazord. This Power Star, along with the other color-marked Zord Stars, are marked with the kanji for "orbit" ( Chū). Forged from the Ninja Nexus Prism after Mick saw a vision of the Astro Zord itself and throws the star. While the Rangers are fighting against Hacktrack, Mick throws the Power Star and that way Ninja Steel Megazord Dragon Formation can transform into Astro Ninja Steel Megazord and chase Hacktrack all the way into outer space and the moon.


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Sub Surfer Zord Star

  • Sub Surfer Zord Star [2]



Ninja Master Mode Star

Ninja Master Mode Star

Five copies of the Ninja Master Mode Star appeared inside the cockpit of the Ninja Steel Megazord, which were used to activate a new Cockpit Mode for the Rangers. These are used to activate the Ninja Master Blade and perform the Megazord attacks. Live and Learn

Mega Morph Cycle Power Star

Mega Morph Cycle Star

The Mega Morph Cycle Star was created by Mick and Calvin, which was attached to Calvin's newly built motorcycle, turning it into the Mega Morph Cycle. Mick made four more copies so that the other Rangers could summon the cycle. Drive to Survive Rather that being placed into the Ninja Battle Morpher or Ninja Star Blade, to summon the cycle, the Rangers instead say "Mega Morph Cycle Star, Rev Up!" They then throw the star and it materializes the cycle. My Friend, Redbot

The Legendary Power Stars are a special type of Power Stars associated with the Ninja Steel Rangers' Power Ranger predecessors. They have a similar appearance to the Morphing Stars, only with the faces of the represented past Rangers (particularly Red for the Red Stars) or the core members of the represented team for the Team Stars as opposed to the Ninja Steel Rangers, making them somewhat similar to the Legendary Dino Chargers. They also sport the symbols of that team, such as the Ninja Storm Power Star's Wind Ninja Academy emblem.

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"Legendary Red Star!"
―announcement in the DX Ninja Battle Morpher[src]

All Legendary Red Stars feature the teams' Red Ranger, their emblem, and the kanji for "red" ( Aka).


"Legendary Team Star!"
―announcement in the DX Ninja Battle Morpher[src]

All Legendary Team Stars feature the core team, their emblem, and a kanji representing the team's motif.

  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "dragon" ( Ryū).
  • Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "ninja" ( Nin).
  • Zeo Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "power" ( Chikara).
  • Lost Galaxy Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "orbit" ( Chū).
  • Wild Force Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "beast" ( Juu).
  • Ninja Storm Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "ninja" ( Nin).
  • Dino Thunder Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "dragon" ( Ryū)
  • S.P.D. Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "commandment" ( Kei).
  • Mystic Force Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "spirit" ( Ma).
  • Operation Overdrive Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "rumble" ( ).
  • Jungle Fury Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "fist" ( Ken).
  • Super Megaforce Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "sea" ( Umi).
  • Dino Charge Ninja Power Star - Marked with the kanji for "electric" ( Den)


All Legendary Megazord Stars feature the teams' primary Megazord, their emblem, and the kanji for "machine" ( Ki).




Notes

  • Levi's Storm Star is similar to the powers of the Thunder Ranger duo from Power Rangers Ninja Storm as both are auxiliary powers of their respective teams

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