|This article is about a/an monster in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue.|
- "Things are about to get mighty hot around here."
- ―Trifire's first lines after being summon by Jinxer for the first time.[src]
As the idea given by the young Impus, Jinxer created this three-headed dragon-like demon called Trifire, Queen Bansheera then ordered Trifire to heat up Mount Jasmine with his fire breath to cause it to erupt in the hope of burying Mariner Bay under lava. Trifire's plan had almost succeeded until it was interrupted by the Lightspeed Rangers, they tried to battle him, but his fire breath was too strong, they douse his fire breath with the blower and he was put down by the Rescue Bird Unilaser Mode, Trifire then grew large thanks to Jinxer, the Rangers summon the Lightspeed Megazord and battle Trifire, his fire breath was still too strong, so they douse it again with the Lightspeed Megazord Water Cannons and they finally destroyed him with the Lightspeed Megazord's Saber.
Trifire is a ruthless monster that loves to burn down things with his fire breath.
Powers and Abilities
- Durability: Trifire has thick skin that can take multiple gun fires from the Rescue Blaster and not even get a scratch.
- Tri Fire Breath: Being a dragon-type monster, Trifire can spew powerful flames from three of his dragon mouths.
- Jaws: All three of Trifires heads have large jaws to chomp his enemies with.
- Claws: While lacking a weapon, Trifire has clawed hands for combat.
- Strength: Being powered up by Bansheera, Trifire is ten times stronger then the original.
- Armor: Unlike the original, Trifire has super strong armor.
- Tri Lighting Breath: A stronger version of the Fire Breath, Trifire can fire lighting beams from the three dragon heads' mouths, the right head fires a green lighting beam, the left head fires a blue lighting beam and the middle head fires a red lighting beam.
- Double Bladed Sword: Trifire has a double bladed sword that aids him in combat.
Behind the Scenes
- Trifire is voiced by Dave Mallow.
- Despite having wings behind his back, Trifire is never seen flying.
- Trifire is the second monster to appear in more then just one episode, the first being Magmavore.
- Trifire is the first monster to be fought a total of three times.