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Power Rangers Beast Morphers Episode 12 Spoilers

Power Rangers’ international spoilers have returned, as countries outside the United States have begun to blow the doors open on all of Power Rangers Beast Morphers’ second half episodes.

Today, Australia aired Episode 12 of Power Rangers Beast Morphers on 9Go!, an Australian TV network.

Australia is currently scheduled to air new episodes of Power Rangers Beast Morphers each week, putting the country on pace to finish the season by early September. As always, international airing patterns tend to be much more fluid, so the schedule is subject to change at any moment.

The United States will air new episodes of Power Rangers Beast Morphers every Saturday at 8am ET on Nickelodeon beginning this fall.

Below, fans can find spoilers from Power Rangers Beast Morphers’ 12th episode:

Episode 12 – Real Steel
US Airdate: TBA
When Nate and Steel unexpectedly clash, it leads to double trouble for the team.

–SPOILERS BEYOND THIS POINT–

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Nate is building brand new Cheetah Claws at the base, but Steel is bored watching him. Steel wants to learn athletic activities like skiing and swimming. Devon walks in and offers to teach Steel how to dribble a basketball. But the lesson goes awry when Steel almost breaks Nate’s Cheetah Claws.

The two get into an argument as Nate becomes mad that Steel is goofing around in a science lab, while the other Rangers feel bad for Steel, who’s just trying to be more like humans.

In the city, Blaze creates Clonetron from a copy machine, who has the ability to steal someone’s identity and transform into a duplicate of that person. The other Rangers show up and fight off the villains, but Clonetron secretly steals Nate’s identity.

Back at the base, Commander Shaw talks to both Nate and Steel about their recent arguments. She tells the two that their tension is hurting the team, and forces them both to apologize. Steel apologies, but Nate refuses, and leaves the base.

Blaze notices that Nate left, and orders Clonetron (now disguised at Nate) to go in and destroy the Zords.

Elsewhere, Zoey finds the real Nate and asks him why he’s too upset to apologize. She thinks there’s more to the story. Nate confesses he’s upset because he doesn’t know how to do any of the athletic activities Steel wants to learn. He’s spent his entire life dreaming of a brother who can work with him in the lab, and he’s upset that he finally has a brother, but one who shares none of his interests.

While Steel is eavesdropping, he notices another Nate go by, and figures out that there’s two Nate’s. He follows the fake Nate, but Clonetron takes Steel’s identity.

The other Rangers are alerted to the scene, and find the two Steel’s fighting one another. The Rangers have to figure out which is the right Steel. But when one of the Steel’s repeats what Nate confessed to Zoey, the Rangers know he’s the real one.

The fake Steel destroys the Zord console and escapes. Nate and Steel stay back to fix it while the other three chase after Clonetron.

Scrozzle deploys a Gigadrone just as Nate repairs the Zord console. Devon defeats the Gigadrone, while Ravi and Zoey defeat Clonetron.

Back at Grid Battleforce, Nate apologies to Steel for not being more upfront about why he was upset. The two agree to learn more about each other’s side, and that starts with Steel teaching Nate how to play basketball.

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