|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Megaforce.|
When the rangers harness the Wild Sword, and enter Ultra Mode, Vrak is mad and asks why the Wild Sword didn't give the power to him. Troy responds "Simple. Because you want to destroy the Earth, not protect it." The rangers do a new role call.
- Andrew Gray - Troy Burrows
- John Mark - Noah Carver
- Azim Rizk - Jake Holling
- Ciara Hanna - Gia Moran
- Christina Masterson - Emma Goodall
- Shailesh Prajapati as Ernie (credit only)
- Ian Harcourt as Mr. Burley (credit only)
- Chris Auer - Robo Knight
- Geoff Dolan as Gosei/Gosei Morpher/Robo Morpher
- Estevez Gillespie as Tensou and Hisser
- Jason Hood as Vrak
- Scott Wills as Distractor
- Oscar Burt as Gremlin
- Kelson Henderson as Psychotick
- Jeremy Birchall as Skyfish
- Uncredited actor as Mummy
- Uncredited actor as Kesaran
- Megaforce Red - Dragon Mechazord, Dragon Sword, Miracle Gosei Power
- Megaforce Pink - Phoenix Mechazord, Phoenix Shot, Miracle Gosei Power
- Megaforce Black - Snake Mechazord, Snake Axe, Miracle Gosei Power
- Megaforce Yellow - Tiger Mechazord, Tiger Claw, Miracle Gosei Power
- Megaforce Blue - Shark Mechazord, Shark Bowgun, Miracle Gosei Power
- Robo Knight - N/A
- This is the first episode without Admiral Malkor.
- This is the first and only time in the series where the Mega Rangers, at one point, engage more than three enemies at once in battle.
- Vrak says insectoids from space must rule the world, but he is not actually an insectoid, since he's the younger son of Empereor Mavro.
- In the end when the Rangers are dancing in the command center, Gia makes some Gagnan Style moves.