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He was eventually placed in the care of Orube, and became somewhat of a Team Pet to the girls. Main villain of the first season, and a major one in the second. He is aided by a scary dog named Sniffer, who can track down any scent.
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Acts as The Mentor to the girls in the animated series and to a lesser extent in the comic.
A native of the planet Basiliade who is introduced as the Temporary Substitute for Taranee when she quits the team, and who becomes more of a Sixth Ranger when Taranee returns.