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==Description==
 
==Description==
 
Appearance-wise, DoraSceptre is physically identical with its alien counterpart Rita Repulsa's [[Magic Wand]] in terms of design (which is no surprise as the staff is the basis of the latter just as ''Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger'' being the basis of ''Mighty Morphin Power Rangers'', the first season of Power Rangers series); a long, ornate staff with crescent-shaped head that has a crystal as a focus embedded on it.
 
Appearance-wise, DoraSceptre is physically identical with its alien counterpart Rita Repulsa's [[Magic Wand]] in terms of design (which is no surprise as the staff is the basis of the latter just as ''Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger'' being the basis of ''Mighty Morphin Power Rangers'', the first season of Power Rangers series); a long, ornate staff with crescent-shaped head that has a crystal as a focus embedded on it.
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Created as part of the pact with Dai Satan, DoraSceptre is an artifact of demonic origin and the source of Witch Bandora's magic as she lacked any magical talents of her own — a far cry to the alien Rita Repulsa who developed hers thanks to her magical background with Magic Wand primarily acts as the focus for her evil magic. In addition of manipulating demonic energies which fired as energy blasts and teleportation, it also enable Bandora to perform various spells and ritual where some of them requires power boost from underworld spirits summoned from the rift beneath Earth's crust (notably to enlarge a monster) and worse, souls of children. When used to perform the summoning ritual to call forth Dai Satan, its demonic powers inflict harm upon the wielder to the point of near-death with blood flowing from the wielder's deteriorated eyes, though said injuries later undone once the invocation is successful.
   
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==Trivia==
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*Due to satanic elements found in both background and powers of both DoraSceptre and its wielder Witch Bandora, Saban gave their counterparts Rita Repulsa and Magic Staff magical-extraterrestrial origin to maintain family-friendly image in ''Mighty Morphin Power Rangers''.

Latest revision as of 05:02, January 11, 2020

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DescriptionEdit

Appearance-wise, DoraSceptre is physically identical with its alien counterpart Rita Repulsa's Magic Wand in terms of design (which is no surprise as the staff is the basis of the latter just as Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger being the basis of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the first season of Power Rangers series); a long, ornate staff with crescent-shaped head that has a crystal as a focus embedded on it.

PowersEdit

Created as part of the pact with Dai Satan, DoraSceptre is an artifact of demonic origin and the source of Witch Bandora's magic as she lacked any magical talents of her own — a far cry to the alien Rita Repulsa who developed hers thanks to her magical background with Magic Wand primarily acts as the focus for her evil magic. In addition of manipulating demonic energies which fired as energy blasts and teleportation, it also enable Bandora to perform various spells and ritual where some of them requires power boost from underworld spirits summoned from the rift beneath Earth's crust (notably to enlarge a monster) and worse, souls of children. When used to perform the summoning ritual to call forth Dai Satan, its demonic powers inflict harm upon the wielder to the point of near-death with blood flowing from the wielder's deteriorated eyes, though said injuries later undone once the invocation is successful.

TriviaEdit

  • Due to satanic elements found in both background and powers of both DoraSceptre and its wielder Witch Bandora, Saban gave their counterparts Rita Repulsa and Magic Staff magical-extraterrestrial origin to maintain family-friendly image in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
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