|“||I bet even we could find an Energem.||„|
|~ Curio voices his thoughts to Poisandra on how difficult it is to retrieve the Energems based on Fury's apparent inability and difficulty in doing so.|
Curio is one of Sledge's generals and an antagonist in Power Rangers Dino Charge and its sequel, Power Rangers Dino Supercharge. He is a puppet-themed hybrid monster created as jester and entertainer for Sledge's fiancee, Poisandra, as the way to make up for having little to no time for love as a bounty hunter and distraction to keep her off the backs of her comrades.
In the final of Dino Supercharge, he is killed with Sledge and the rest of his crew when they are sucked into a black hole. In the final battle between the Rangers and Sledge's Crew, in the past, Curio is absent because Sledge has not yet given the order to Wrench to create him. Curio is erased from existence at Poisandra's death because she was the reason why Sledge ordered to Wrench to create him.
Like with Fury, Curio isn't seen or mentioned in Power Super Ninja Steel implying he was erased from existence (though it's not confirmed). It's also likely he was on the Warrior Dome Ship after Sledge salvaged it and was destroyed offscreen.
He was voiced by Estevez Gillespie.
Curio is more mischievous than truly evil if compared with many of Sledge's minions, only doing things in order to play and have fun, no matter how dangerous that might be as long as the reward compensates the risk. He treated his friends playfully, though mockingly at times. The one he discusses the most with is Poisandra, followed closely by his creator, Wrench, who is constantly drawing the lines. Sledge and Fury both tolerate and regard Curio, as he proves useful beyond measure to them and is promoted to general due to his close bond with Poisandra and his battle prowess alongside strong outlaws. Due to his attitude, Sledge often uses Curio as an escort and dealkeeper alongside some or all of his other generals to ensure outlaws will honor the bargain until its mission is completed without trying to escape, which has happened with captives such as Spellbinder, Cavity, Stingrage and Duplicon, a role Curio is more than happy to oblige if he is pampered with something beforehand or thereafter by Poisandra.
However, behind his childish and uncooperative personality, Curio can also be serious and thoughtful if needed, especially in the battle against Power Rangers that made him must not to be underestimated.