Evil is a living entity desiring nothing less than the domination of all existence. It existed before creation, lurking in background and waiting for the moment when it could gain purchase in a rapidly expanding universe. Eternal, indestructible, even the loss of its agents could not remove its stain from reality. Not even the Creator himself can expel Evil entirely.
From the distant past to the far future, the battle between Good and Evil continues. For the villains a single goal: the conquest of the planet Earth and with it, the key to ultimate power. For those seeking to stop them a vital task: protect the world.
For although Evil cannot be destroyed, it can be vanquished, contained and fought. And so long as there are those to fight it, it can never claim victory. And as the lines between Good and Evil blur, the question should be: is Evil the natural state of things and Good the abomination?
In the early days of the universe, the war between Good and Evil began. It continued long after the multiverse had formed and the Morphin Master had uncovered the darkness on the far side of the Morphin Grid. As new servants of evil arose, so those that would oppose them emerged. Ancient enemies, powerful alliances; factions determined that they would win.
In modern times, Evil grows stronger because it offers power to those that would do the things that a good person would never consider. It is the easy path that twists and corrupts those that follow it, fooling those that believe they are righteous. Once evil gains a foothold it is quick to grow, consume and dominate. And once it has had its way, the wounds it inflicts can never completely heal.
But, while evil is impossible to destroy the darkness can be chased away by the love and sacrifice of those that remain vigilant and willing to stand against it.
And when the latest phase of the war, the battle between Zordon of Eltar and Rita Repulsa, ended, it promised a brief respite as the forces of darkness raced to fill the void left by one of their most skilled commanders. And while Zordon's forces could claim the victory, they did so with the knowledge that their noble leader would no longer be amongst them in battle. The cosmos entered a period of unease as both sides worked to recover from their losses. Who could step up and take the place of Rita Repulsa; would such a being be allowed the opportunity to prove his worth? Without Zordon, who would take up the challenge of leading the forces of light?

"The conquest of evil in days gone by."
History, as we know it, states existence is built upon a foundation of scientific fact and mathematics. This long-held fact is a lie. The struggle between Good and Evil defines existence by its very nature. It is around such a struggle that the Universe was created and races old and new have arisen. For Evil must be confronted and contained. It must be conquered. In the beginning, there was only the void. And then something filled the void and it became existence. This is also a lie! Before what is regarded as the beginning, there was an ending. The raw energy of a new existence and the renewal of an old struggle came from the ending. For Evil can be contained and Evil can be conquered, but even when defeated... it still remains. And so long as there is Evil seeking to gain a foothold in existence, there must be those willing to confront it and defeat it.
And so a new battleground was formed in the shape of a universe. How did it happen? Where did the war between good and evil start again? How did an existence at the point of oblivion pass into creating a new reality, a reborn creator and the start of a new war? What role did the Power play and what of those that tried to tame it? The Void was darkness, lifeless order; the Morphin Grid a never-ending, constantly changing ocean of chaos; and where the two intercepted... came the Multiverse.
Observe the Viewing Globe is a companion story to The Conquest of Evil, revealing the origins of the conflict and the early days of the struggle. It is still a work in progress and intended to expand the rest of the story... and perhaps reveal one or two small mysteries of its own. Starting of course with the question: How did the knowledge of the nature of the Morphin Grid change so much?
Last update: A Schism in the Force on 20 May 2024


The Earth is a planet that was once considered of little value in the grand scheme of things. But the fallout from the war left many wondering why Rita was so determined to conquer the planet, and why Zordon considered it so important that he established a permanent presence there. Suddenly a prize for any villain seeking to prove their superiority, and a liability by those seeking to prevent the dark forces from gaining a vital foothold in a cosmic power play that stretches back billions of years, the stakes have never been higher. As the opposing sides gather their forces, the Earth and its population risk becoming an unfortunate loss.
But how much has the planet already been through and how did the Rangers deal with the likes of Rita and Zedd?
These stories are a part of Conquest of Evil taking place between the start of Rita's imprisonment 10,000 years ago and the end of Zeo. These are events that took place in the background to the main story give and idea of what was going on at key moments.
Last update: At the Toss of a Power Coin on 20 May 2024


"The modern battle between good and evil"
Evil is a powerful force because it offers power to those that would do the things that a good person would never consider. Is the easy path that twists and corrupts those that follow it to believe they are righteous. Once evil gains a foothold it is quick to grow, consume and dominate. And once it has had its way, the wounds it inflicts can never completely heal.
But, while evil is impossible to destroy the darkness can be chased away by the love and sacrifice of those that remain vigilant and willing to stand against it.
In the early days of the universe, the war between Good and Evil began. It continued long after the multiverse had formed and the Morphin Master had uncovered the darkness on the far side of the Morphin Grid. As new servants of evil arose, so those that would oppose them emerged. Ancient enemies, powerful alliances; factions determined that they would win.
And when the latest phase of the war, the battle between Zordon of Eltar and Rita Repulsa, ended, it promised a brief respite as the forces of darkness raced to fill the void left by one of their most skilled commanders. And while Zordon's forces could claim the victory, they did so with the knowledge that their noble leader would no longer be amongst them in battle. The cosmos entered a period of unease as both sides worked to recover from their losses. Who could step up and take the place of Rita Repulsa; would such a being be allowed the opportunity to prove his worth? Without Zordon, who would take up the challenge of leading the forces of light?
The Earth is a planet that was once considered of little value in the grand scheme of things. But the fallout from the war left many wondering why Rita was so determined to conquer the planet, and why Zordon considered it so important that he established a permanent presence there. Suddenly considered a prize for every villain wanting to prove their worth, and a liability by those seeking to prevent the dark forces from gaining a vital foothold in a cosmic power play that stretches back billions of years, the stakes have never been higher. As the opposing sides gather their forces, the Earth and its population risk becoming an unfortunate loss.
A new evil is rising and it has chosen Minion, a foe the Rangers have defeated twice in the past, to act on it's behalf. How can Minion be back and who is he really working for? Just who is the mysterious being pulling the strings and what if anything does all this have to do with the possible return of the Green Ranger? A forgotten battle from centuries ago holds all the answers and gives rise to many more questions as the Rangers find themselves tested in new ways. How can they protect the Earth when they can't understand their true enemy and their greatest foes could have very familliar faces?

Last update: The Lost Knight on 16 April 2024


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