"DEFENDERS OF THE MULTIVERSE! POWER RANGERS CYBER V... FOR VICTORY!"
Power Rangers: Cyber Vis a series written by Aaron 'CyberV' Thall, currently in script format, and an "adaptation" of Multiverse Sentai CyberV. It is set in the year 2125 in a merged universe, combining both Prime and Gamma.
A new team must be gathered to face an interdimensional warlord and protect all of reality. But they face conspiracies within and without, a fractured team infrastructure, and impossible odds. But they are the only ones that can save the Prime Reality...
Anya Maize arrives in the Prime Reality with a warning. General Sauder collects the Venturas Twins. Ten years later, S.P.D. begins recruiting Cyber V Rangers, but is attacked early by Kalask's forces.
Cyber Ops Energize!, Part 2
The Venturases face off against Emeralde, but are badly injured, forcing their substitutes to join the team, and Cyber V is born.
Tensions mount between the teammates, and Jake's attempt to get himself in Wendy's good graces puts him in the crosshairs of Tem-Tar's monster, Cybrilla.
Unite For Combat
Thrak decides to use Neutron, a massive nuclear bomb, against the Cyber V Rangers, forcing them to activate the other Combat Zords.
Anya's past comes back to haunt her as Munch, an old enemy, is sent by Kalask to devour Horizon.
The Problem With Secrets
The Rangers hold a press conference to reveal their identities, causing Kalask to send Assassin to take care of them, along with the President of the United States, who has just revealed the twins' secret to the Rangers.
Wendy's depression makes Cindy doubt herself even further. Taking advantage of the team dysfunction, Midnai attacks the Rangers with magic and a fire-breathing dragon.
Wendy and Jake's night on the town goes sour when Midnai tricks them into drinking enchanted wine, putting them under the Fiddler's spell.
The Master Of Weapons
Kalask's most heavily armed monster all but defeats the Rangers in battle, giving them three days to prepare for a second, final match.
Money In Mouth
Walter's family secrets are revealed as his father decides to persuade him into rejoining the family business. Meanwhile, Jeremy has a surprising encounter with his ex-girlfriend June
Love And Joy
Kalask takes advantage of Matt and Mai's new relationship to steal some of his nanites, and his spy is revealed.
Sauder In Command
Exasperated by the Rangers' lack of teamwork, Sauder takes over field command of the team, trying to force military tactics on the group. The Twins activate the mysterious Operation T in response.
The Quick And The Red
Jeremy is targeted by Kalask's newest monster, Redline, and must fight to save his friends (and an old flame) from being quantum-locked for eternity.
The EmotiCon Job
Jeremy and Cindy's budding relationship is soured by EmotiCon's new anger spell, setting the two against each other and everyone else.
The story of how Anya and the Twins came to be family comes to light; Anya and the Twins must battle Kalask's latest monster alone; An advisor for President Winters visits Fort Myers
Purple And Grey, Part 1
The Rangers discover that there are two mysterious new Rangers helping them in secret. Kalask sends the Tigress to ferret out the interlopers. The Twins decide to bring Operation T into the open.
Purple And Grey, Part 2
The mysterious Techno Rangers arrive to help the Rangers, making the team suspect the Twins until evidence shows that they were elsewhere.
Kalask launches a new attack to draw out the Techno Rangers' Zord. The mystery surrounding the new Rangers deepens as they remove their helmets.
Truth With Consequences, Part 1
Kalask investigates the origins of the Techno Rangers. Thrak launches a two-pronged attack on the Rangers. Anya vanishes before the battle.
Truth With Consequences, Part 2
Anya reveals the truth to the Twins about the night their parents perished. The Rangers and Techno Rangers team up to fight a weapon-mimicking enemy.
Truth With Consequences, Part 3
Wendy has an intense encounter with General Sauder. A new monster targets the Techno Rangers, causing the truth behind them to come out. Cruger confronts the Twins.
Techno Ops Activation!, Part 1
The Twins prepare to leave the base and the Rangers behind. Cruger makes his move to take over the Ranger Project. Winters attempts to assassinate the Twins. Kalask arrives on Earth to battle the Rangers personally.
Techno Ops Activation!, Part 2
The Techno Rangers return to battle, assisting the others against Kalask. General Sauder makes a fateful decision. Alphabet Soup's attempt to kill the Twins continues. The full truth behind Operation T is revealed.
The girls find themselves facing a misogynistic monster and Emeralde.
The Youth Revolt
When a monster turns most of the Rangers into kids, Walter must battle the creature alone. The Twins chafe at being held back by Cruger.
Kevin, one of Anya's resistance comrades, mysteriously arrives in the Prime Reality as part of Tem-Tar's plot to upset Kalask's game.
Winters' attempt to use mind control to regain control of the Twins results in Jake getting a new attitude... and Wendy's affections?
Futuro, Kalask's sooth-sayer, arrives to test the Rangers, leaving behind several mysterious prophecies. Jeremy makes a big decision.
The Winds Of Change
A new arrival from an alternate reality spells trouble for the Rangers and Kalask. Who is Tornado, and what does he want?
Cruger reveals Winters' actions to the Rangers. Winters kidnaps a latent hybrid, forcing Cruger and the Twins into a rescue attempt. Wendy's growing mind-control phobia becomes a threat. The Rangers and Tornado join forces to battle an Alphabet Soup monstrosity.
Don't Look A Gift Horse
When Razor Bat is damaged by a new monster, Jeremy must struggle to master the new Pegasus Summoner and the Pegasus Zord before it returns.
The Weight Of The World
Alphabet Soup's latest attack on the Twins forces an unlikely alliance between the Rangers and Kalask. Wendy's phobia issues reach a crisis point.
Horizon War, Part 1: Lighting The Fuse
Tornado attacks the Rangers as the first phase of his plan to destroy Kalask.
Horizon War, Part 2: Separation Anxiety
With Alphabet Soup and Kalask battling each other, and the Rangers separated by Tornado, the team must try to reunite and stop the battle.
Horizon War, Part 3: Prophecies Fulfilled
Futuro's most ominous prophecy seems to be coming to pass, and the Rangers must rush to rescue two of their own from a terrible fate. But when the unthinkable happens...
The Rangers must team up with a Ranger from an alternate reality to prevent an old enemy of the Lightspeed Rangers from rewriting the entire multiverse.
Winters is back and coming increasingly erratic. As she attempts to wipe Horizon off the map, the Rangers split up to deal with the threat on two fronts.
Revenge Of The Toad!
Winters, now working with Kalask, teams with Midnai to revive the Terror Toad and eliminate the Rangers. Takuya and Anya become trapped in a time bubble.
Matt and Takuya are given a chance at atonement when Tem-Tar captures the Mai of an alternate reality and lures them onto the Shadow Claw.
Emeralde and the Old Man
Emeralde finds herself at a crossroads following a battle, and contemplates leaving Kalask. Anya comes to terms with her rivalrywith Emeralde. Cindy attempts to teach Wendy how to do domestic work.
31 October 2012
Takuya's wayward brother Koji arrives in the Prime Reality and sets his sights on dismantling Takuya's new life.
The Breaking Point
4 July 2013
The core team finds itself trapped in a monster's arena as it tests their heroic spirit, while the others feverishly work to find them.
The Multiverse Crush Crisis
1 April 2015
A new villain starts interfering with the team, drawing in another set of heroes to stop her in an attempt to save the multiverse from collapsing in on itself.
Illustrations by Chris McFeely.
The Cyber V Rangers, like some fan-created Ranger teams, have completely identical helmets (outside of color).
Tigress is essentially Tigra from the Avengers, but a reality like DC's Earth 3, where the heroes are evil and the villains are good! She earned her place at Kalask's side by killing some of her world's greatest heroes... and a good chunk of her teammates as well.
Assassin was an evil version of Snake-Eyes from G.I.Joe. Since the real one is silent, this one talked a lot more.
The Megazord's Blast Mode is a direct nod to Artillatron's cannons. One of Wendy's nods to Ranger history.
Cyber Rush Megazord's chestplate is an intentional nod to the Lights of Orion armor from Galaxy Megazord.
Cyber Combat Megazord's Laser Fist is a direct nod to Ninja Megazord's finisher.
CV Transport/Hyper Rush Megazord is based off of Turbo from the Go-Bots!
Wendy's named after one of the author's cousins. Matt's comes after an old friend. Cindy's name comes from an ex-girlfriend. Jake was called Jack until SPD came out. Thomas Conner's named after the alias of another friend of the author.
Believe it or not: The author's had the Venturas Twins since the days of Power Rangers Turbo.
Tornado is actually the first character the author ever created, but, ironically, he wasn't given a real name or the Ranger elements until his addition to the PRCV cast, more than 18 years later.
Reality Quake actually includes a tongue-in-cheek crossover with both his first fanfic "Power Rangers Turbo/Techno Rangers", and his Yu-Gi-Oh! series "The Arcane Chronicles." The latter's one outstanding plot is even resolved in the chapter.
The original version of the Techno Rangers saga was actually written in 2001-2002, and used by the author as his Senior Writing Project in college.
The nicknames the Rangers adopt partways through the series were inspired by the ones from Engine Sentai Go-Onger.
Kurse is based on Freaky Tiki from Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, and is even used in a similar manner, helping put a stop to a rogue element.
The T-Slash attacks used by the Techno Rangers were inspired primarily by JB's finisher on VR Troopers.
The Techno Rangers' superspeed slashing is a direct homage to the White Drago Ranger.