Not every Megazord toy has been pictured. I know I had this really cheap one that did not even transform the limbs just detached, quite pathetic.
I think I may have sold it in a garage sale back in the 90s but I'll take a look. This definitely existed, possibly a knockoff or something, but we should include a picture here just because it looks so bad in comparison to the expensive versions.
Also, did the remake of Voltron kind of rip off the Megazord's colour scheme?
Just curious. Ty 04:10, December 19, 2010 (UTC)
- Not really. Voltron's always been like that. If it's official prduct it can go on here. - DcHallofJustice, Administrator, The Morphin Grid 17:11, February 9, 2012 (UTC)
- Nope. Adam and Aisha never used the Dinozords.
- And before you ask, same goes for Rocky.
Behind the scenes
What about behind the scenes of the Megazord? Judging by how it preforms on the show, I think that the Megazord is a costume in real life. Any bad guys that grow big are really still the same size they've always been and the battle area is a small-scale version of wherever they're suppose to be fighting in the episode.
Megazord Formation Question
I remember watching the Power Rangers as a kid in 1990s. Recently, thanks to Netflix, I was able to watch all the old episodes again. So I have a question about the Megazord formation. I guess this could apply to any Megazords, but I'll use the original Megazord, since it'll be easier to explain.
We usually see rangers controlled their own individual zords from the cockpit of the zords which is usually the the head of that zords. When all the zords join up to form the Megazords, all the rangers end up in one central cockpit. This despite their different zords compose a different parts of the Megazords. For example, Billy's Triceraptop and Trini's Sabertooth Tiger make up the Megazord's legs. You can see literally the two zords head. My question is, has it every been explain, how they end up leaving their respective zords' cockpit and end upin the central cockpit? If they never left their own respective zord's cockpit, then there be no central cockpit
The show never explained it. In the movie, when Falconzord joins with Ninja Megazord, the chair Tommy's sitting on leaves the cockpit and brings him to the shared cockpit. I imagine that could work for any Megazord.Sid Starkiller (talk) 07:26, July 12, 2016 (UTC)
Where are we getting the 41 meters and 570 tons from? I don't see any citations for those stats, and they're contradicted by the stat list included with the Vehicle Zord System Release (MMPR) toy, which states that the Megazord is 333 feet tall (101.498 meters) and weighs 172,000 lbs. (78017.8876 kg). Arawn 999 (talk) 21:23, April 12, 2017 (UTC)