|This article is about a/an ranger in Power Rangers Mystic Force.|
"Ever-changing as the Wind~Pink Mystic Ranger
Element of Wind~Pink Legend Warrior!"
Vida "V" Rocca is the Pink Mystic Ranger of Power Rangers Mystic Force.
Vida is Madison's sister.
Vida was ready to accept her destiny and magical powers.
Vida and the Rangers gets trapped in an alternate reality where the Rangers never existed. They go to the Tribunal of Magic for help, and they later undid everything and gained new armor.
By the end of the series, Vida had apparently gotten over her dislike of the color pink and has even dyed all her hair that color.
Vida and the other Mystic Rangers returned as part of the army of Legendary Rangers that helped the Mega Rangers defeat the Armada once and for all, fighting in a huge battle against hundreds of X Borgs and dozens of Bruisers.
It is very ironic for Vida being Pink Ranger, since she hates the color pink. Vida loves to DJ at Rock Porium, and is often filmed by her sister. Although she is more of a tomboy and usually means business, she is still kind and generous - she defended her sister when Madison was accused of being withdrawn, and she protected Chip from being picked on when they were at school.
- Madison Rocca - Sister
Pink Mystic Ranger
As the Pink Mystic Ranger, Vida wields the power of wind. She has shape shifting powers which allow her to conjure giant, butterfly-shaped "Mystical Wings." She usually rushes into battle, making her an effective fighter. She owns a Mystic Racer and can change into the Mystic Sprite, which serves as the Mystic Dragon's head. In this form, she can use her shape-shifting magic to become a ball for the others to attack the enemy with. With her Legend powers, she can combine with Chip, Xander, and Madison to form the Mystic Lion.
Appearances: MF Episodes 2-18, 20-25, 27-30, 32, SM Episode 20, LBEV
The Mystic Sprite is the fairy-like Titan form of the Pink Ranger. Along with the Phoenix, it fills the chest cavity of the Titan Megazord. Forms the dragon's head. Can turn into a ball to be thrown at opponents. Smallest Mystic Titan.
- Additional Combinations
- Mystic Sprite can combine with the Mystic Minotaur, Mystic Mermaid, and Mystic Garuda to form Mystic Dragon.
- Mystic Sprite can combine with the Mystic Minotaur, Mystic Mermaid, Mystic Garuda, and Mystic Phoenix to form Titan Megazord.
Appearances: Episodes 3-9, 12, 13, 16-18, 20, 23, 27, 28, 30
- Additional Combinations
Appearances: Episodes 20, 21, 24, 26-29, 31, 32
The Pink Mystic Ranger Key. This key along with the majority of the Core Ranger Keys are seen lining the Command Center's interior walls. This key is mainly used by Emma Goodall (Super Megaforce Pink) who uses it to fight as the Pink Mystic Ranger.
- When the Super Mega Rangers became the Mystic Rangers while fighting Headridge.
- When the Super Mega Rangers became the Mystic Rangers while fighting Levira.
- Emma became Pink Legend Warrior in a enhanced Legendary Ranger Mode in the final battle with Emperor Mavro.
- From 2006 to 2010, the Pink Mystic Ranger was a part of the Disney Stars and Motor Cars Parade at Disney-MGM Studios. The Rangers were removed when Disney sold the franchise back to Saban.
- Vida is the first Ranger who didn't like her color. While Sky did not originally like being the blue ranger in SPD it was not the color he disliked necessarily, but rather his rank designation on the team. Although by the end finale of Mystic Force Vida starts to like pink by dying her hair the same color.
- She is the second ranger to be turned into a vampire. The first was Carlos from Power Rangers Turbo and In Space. Although, in the episode It Came From Angel Grove, Tommy Oliver appears as a vampire named "Tomacula" in Adam Park's dream.
- Second known ranger to be a DJ by profession. The first was Tanya Sloan back in Turbo.
- Vida in the Japanese dub of Power Rangers Mystic Force is voiced by Akeno Watanabe.
- Vida's tough and tomboyish personality contrasts to her Sentai counterpart, Houka Ozu who is happy go-lucky and easy-going.
- She's the second Pink Ranger, after Cassie Chan in The Wasp with a Heart, to stand up for the monster of the week because they're actually good.