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"The Ball's in my court!"
―Silver Horns about use the grenade to enlarge himself[src]

Silver Horns is a monster created by Lord Zedd from a tick. He is the main antagonist of the second part of the episode "The Power Transfer".

Biography

Silver Horns was created by Zedd. Zedd sent him to attack Angel Grove. He encountered the Rangers. After a brief fight with the Power Rangers, Silver Horns grew giant and battleed the Red Dragon Thunderzord. Rocky's first solo zord fight didn't go very well, with Silver Horns tossing the zord around like a ragdoll, with the zord's effects being minimal and most attacks blocked (possibly due to a combination of the monster's tremendous power and Rocky's inexperience), Silver Horns is even seen laughing at the repeated kicks delivered by the Red Dragon Thunderzord spinning on its staff. The Red Dragon Thunderzord's finisher is attempted on Silver Horns, but fails to destroy the monster or apparently even harm it. The finisher's use is not seen onscreen, but with the monster battling later on as if nothing had happened, it's safe to assume that it had little effect if any. The Tigerzord soon showed up for backup, but Silver Horns still easily overpowers the two zords. Later, the other Rangers arrive with their zords, combining to form the Thunder Ultrazord, which finally crushes Silver Horns.

Personality

Silver Horns had a southern accent, speaking very much like a countryside cowboy. He has a relatively laid back personality for most of the battle, likely due to the one-sidedness of it, seeming to be just having fun battling the Red Dragon Thunderzord until the Tigerzord shows up for reinforcements, then he gets more serious.

Powers And Abilities

  • Superhuman Strength
  • Lightning Blasts
  • Spikes Shooting
  • Fire Blasts: Silver Horns could shoot fire from his horns.

Arsenal

  • Claws
  • Horns

Behind The Scenes

Portrayal

Silver Horns is voiced by Michael Sorich.

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