The following is an overview of the various mecha utilized by the Emo Rangers.
The Emo Megazord (also referred to as Mega Emo Zord) is the combination of the five Emo Zords: Introspective Bloke, Chaos Mohawk Bloke, Chronic Stoner Bong, Bleeding Heart Pterodactyl, and Weeping Tears Tiger Dragon. This is the first Megazord to be featured in Emo Rangers, though other combinations may or may not have preceded it in the largely-unexplored expanded universe.
Introspective Bloke Emo ZordEdit
|Introspective Bloke Emo Zord|
Like Ross himself, the Zord can emit an energy beam that fills the target with saddening and distracting thoughts. It seems to do physical damage to an opponent as well. It forms the Emo Megazord's head and main cockpit.
Bleeding Heart Pterodactyl Emo ZordEdit
|Bleeding Heart Pterodactyl Emo Zord|
This Zord's full features are never shown. It forms the chest of Emo Megazord by default. However, it is able to be swapped out with the FashionxCore Emo Zord for that role. When that happens, the Pterodactyl becomes a set of rear wings for Emo Megazord, similarly to the Falconzord in season 3 of actual Power Rangers.
Chronic Stoner Bong Emo ZordEdit
|Chronic Stoner Bong Emo Zord|
|Abilities||Fog of Chaos|
This Zord can utilize and amplify the smoke buildup from John's joints to deliver a powerful chemical attack on enemies. It also forms the left arm of Emo Megazord.
Chaos Mohawk Bloke Emo ZordEdit
|Chaos Mohawk Bloke Emo Zord|
Little is known about this Zord, other than the fact that - much like Luke himself - it relies heavily on pure physical rage and capability rather than on anything pertaining to some special additional abilities. It forms the right arm of Emo Megazord.
Weeping Tears Tiger Dragon Emo ZordEdit
|Weeping Tears Tiger Dragon Emo Zord|
The full capabilities of this Zord are never shown, though it seems to be able to take a lot of damage. It forms the legs of Emo Megazord.
Season 1 promotional posterEdit
Mega Emo Fight BotEdit
The Emo Megazord was eventually replaced with the Mega Emo Fight Bot for season 2, though the reasons for this are never completely explained in-universe. In production, the change over was due to Nick Pittom adopting improved animation and character modeling standards, as well as loss of original stock footage and files for the original design. "Fight Bot" was also used for improved commercial value on MTV, as it reduced the risk of season 2 being accused of trademark infringement over use of the word "Zord."
It is possible that the new configurations were needed so that the other bots could support John's new StraightxEdge Samurai powers.
Introspective Bloke Emo Fight BotEdit
|Introspective Bloke Emo Fight Bot|
|Abilities||Introspective Shield Throw|
This upgrade shows an ability not seen in the original, though it may still have the same abilities along with the new features. It still serves the same purpose as before, but has new capabilities and tougher armor. I can hitch a ride on the back of Vicken's new Fight Bot.
Chaos Mohawk Rebel Emo Fight BotEdit
|Chaos Mohawk Rebel Emo Fight Bot|
|Abilities||Enhanced battering capability, projectile mohawk quills|
Serving the same purpose as before, this upgraded machine can deliver and take more damage individually.
StraightxEdge Samurai Emo Fight BotEdit
|StraightxEdge Samurai Emo Fight Bot|
|Abilities||Enhanced endurance, samurai sword skills|
This machine replaced the Bong as being the Mega Emo Fight Bot's left arm. Its sword combined with elements of the other Bots to form the combined's bot's sword.
Weeping Tears Chinese Dragon Emo Fight BotEdit
|Weeping Tears Chinese Dragon Emo Fight Bot|
|Abilities||Flight, eye lasers|
Vicken is only shown using this solo on one occasion: when battling the Extra Value Meal Bots. Her eye lasers destroy some giant pickle slice-shaped doom discs. The upgrade not only can fly or form Mega Emo Fight Bot's legs; but can also allow other Fight Bots to ride on its back. However, only Ross is shown in-series doing this.
Bleeding Heart Ladybug Emo Fight BotEdit
|Bleeding Heart Ladybug Emo Fight Bot|
|Abilities||Flight, face-copy throw trinkets, chest heart-copy throw trinkets|
Stef's new Fight Bot was upgraded for unknown reasons from a pterodactyl to a humanoid ladybug. With a few new features, it is somehow still able to support serving the same combine function as its predecessor. However, it is unable to become spare wings like the old model. Likewise, it can no longer swap with Fai's Bot to create a Fashionable Mega Emo Fight Bot.
Season 2 promotional postersEdit
FashionxCore Emo ZordEdit
|FashionxCore Emo Zord|
|Abilities||Makeover of Death|
Very little is known about this machine, as it appeared at the last minute to save the day in "A Fashionable Choice." It is seldom shown ever doing much, but it is able to swap itself in for the Bleeding Heart Pterodactyl chest piece. This turns the Pterodactyl into a pair of back wings for the Fashionable Emo Megazord, which has different hair and can deliver more punishing blows. The spray can that this bot comes with gets more powerful in Fashionable Emo Megazord mode, and can take out baddies too powerful for the Acid Guitar.
FashionxCore Emo Fight BotEdit
|FashionxCore Emo Fight Bot|
|Abilities||Makeover of Death, Laser Cannons|
This upgrade lost the ability to combine with the five main assault machines, but got more powerful weaponry for itself as a trade-off. It can also take more abuse, and delivers better hits. Much like with the other redesigns, the emphasis appears to be on referencing the Shogun Zords from season 3 of Power Rangers, as opposed to being straight adaptations of the first season Dino Zords.
Neo-Chronic Stoner mechaEdit
|Neo-Chronic Stoner Emo Fight Bot|
|Piloted by||Mary Jane|
|Abilities||Chaos Fog, Laser Blasts|
The Neo-Chronic Stoner Emo Fight Bot seen in the 2015 special is a significantly beefed-up version of the original Bong Zord, and far meaner-looking. It is unknown if this machine would have been able to combine with the Mega Emo Fight Bot or not, since the Rangers were never given a chance to summon their Fight Bots in that special.