List of Kamen Rider Decade characters

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The characters of Kamen Rider Decade exist amongst various iterations of reality within the series referred to as an A.R. World (Another Rider's/Alternate Reality World).

Hikari Studio[edit]

The Hikari Studio (光写真館, Hikari Shashinkan) is the photography studio that the Hikari family owns and where Tsukasa Kadoya develops his photographs. The various backdrops located in the studio allow it to transport its occupants to a mutltitude of parallel worlds. Its interior and exterior automatically transform to blend into the surroundings when moving across dimensions.[1][2]

Tsukasa Kadoya/Kamen Rider Decade[edit]

Tsukasa Kadoya (門矢 士, Kadoya Tsukasa) is an arrogant, young man without any memory of his past. As a photographer, his photos never come out right, which is later revealed to be a sign of his world being slowly destroyed by the convergence of the other Kamen Riders' worlds. To save his world, he transforms into Kamen Rider Decade (仮面ライダーディケイド, Kamen Raidā Dikeido).[1][2]

Tsukasa Kadoya is portrayed by Masahiro Inoue (井上 正大, Inoue Masahiro). As a child, Tsukasa is portrayed by Riku Ichikawa (市川 理矩, Ichikawa Riku).

Natsumi Hikari[edit]

Natsumi Hikari (光 夏海, Hikari Natsumi), referred to as "Natsumikan" (夏蜜柑, Natsumikan, Summer Mikan) by Tsukasa, is a young woman who works at the photo studio under her grandfather, having lived with him since her childhood. .[1][2] Prior to the series, Natsumi was a member of the Taigaku Club (退学クラブ, Taigaku Kurabu) or TG Club (TGクラブ, Tī Jī Kurabu) for short, a group of dropouts who got bored with school and wanted to find out their own answers. But they never carry out their intent and return to school, promising to meet again years later.[3][4] At the start, Natsumi begins to have nightmares of Decade prior to finding Decade's belt and giving it to Tsukasa. Fully aware of world's endangerment, Natsumi decides to accompany Tsukasa on his journey to prevent her dream from coming true.[1][2]

She occasionally keeps Tsukasa in line with the Hikari Family Secret Laughing Pressure Point (光家秘伝・笑いのツボ, Hikari-ke Hiden: Warai no Tsubo) but she had also used the technique on other people such as Yusuke and her grandfather.[5][6] She also appears to have feelings for Tsukasa, or at least cares for his well-being, which is hinted during her conversation with Yusuke Onodera.[7][8] Despite Narutaki's offer to save her, she refuses and chooses to see Decade's journey to the end.[9][10]

However she starts worrying during the time in the World of Hibiki after hearing from Narutaki that Decade's action is actually destroying the world.[11][12] While in the World of Shinkenger, Natsumi assures Tsukasa that the Photo Studio is his home before her neardeath experience by Apollo Geist in the World of RX, learning that Tsukasa used some of his life to save her later. It is only after their adventures in the World of Amazon that Natsumi ponders if there's a point behind their journey.

In Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story, Natsumi becomes Kamen Rider Kivala (仮面ライダーキバーラ, Kamen Raidā Kibāra) with the use of Kivala, but unlike Kiva, the belt does not materialize first and it does not require Kivala's bite. Instead, it is a kiss to the user's forehead, which then creates a heart-shaped emblem and she becomes the Kivala Belt (キバーラベルト, Kibāra Beruto) after transformation. Also different is that Kivala does not perch on her belt during the transformation. As Kamen Rider Kivala, Natsumi is armed with a sword called the Kivala Saber (キバーラサーベル, Kibāra Sāberu) with which she uses to perform her finishing attack, the Sonic Stab (ソニックスタッブ, Sonikku Sutabbu). Natsumi/Kivala also uses the butt of the Kivala Sabre to perform a variation on Natsumi's trademark "Hikari Secret Technique-Laughter Pressure Point" with a Shocker Combatant as the target. Natsumi transforms into Kamen Rider Kivala to stop Decade Violent Emotion's rampage, being described as the only one able to do so. She later transforms to help Decade, Kuuga, and Diend in order to defeat the rest of Super Shocker, as well as rescue her grandfather from the Super Crisis Fortress. Like Kiva, Kamen Rider Kivala's motif is that of a bat.[13]

Natsumi Hikari is portrayed by Kanna Mori (森 カンナ, Mori Kanna).

Eijiro Hikari[edit]

Eijiro Hikari (光 栄次郎, Hikari Eijirō) is the owner of the Hikari Studio and Natsumi's grandfather. When he discovers that his photo studio is the means of accessing the A.R. Worlds by accident, he is not surprised but amused at the fact and is glad to assist Tsukasa in his mission. Whenever they arrive to a different world, he cooks a different meal each time. Eijiro is also the most easygoing of the group and gets along well with Kivala.[1][2][14][15][16][17][18][19]

In the World of Decade, Eijiro is revealed to be a guise assumed by Shocker's Doctor Shinigami (死神博士, Shinigami Hakase), an executive member of Dai-Shocker from Switzerland. Doctor Shinigami has the ability to assume the form of the Inhumanoid Ikadevil (イカデビル, Ikadebiru), a squid monster, which he claims is his greatest creation. Though seemingly killed in the final battle by Decade, Diend, and Momotaros using several other Riders as weapons, Shinigami resumes his Eijiro guise, who seemingly forgets ever being Doctor Shinigami to begin with.[20]

In the Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010, the black ShinigamiHakase Memory, given to him by his longtime friend, Ryubee Sonozaki, transforms him into Super Doctor Shinigami (スーパー死神博士, Sūpā Shinigami Hakase), though his official name is the ShinigamiHakase Dopant (死神博士・ドーパント, Shinigami Hakase Dōpanto), the leader of Super Shocker against his will due to the influence of the Gaia Memory. That is also the explanation for Eijiro becoming Shinigami in the previous movie.[21] He revives the Neo Organism to defeat Kamen Rider Decade once and for all.[13] However, Super Doctor Shinigami reverts to Eijiro as the Memory ejects out of him caused by Kamen Rider Double HeatMetal's HardMammother Maximum Drive and he is saved by Natsumi in her Kamen Rider Kiva-la form. Afterwards he returns to the studio with the others once Ultimate D is destroyed by Decade and Double.

Eijiro Hikari and Doctor Shinigami are portrayed by Renji Ishibashi (石橋 蓮司, Ishibashi Renji) while Ikadevil is voiced by Tomokazu Seki (関 智一, Seki Tomokazu).

Yusuke Onodera[edit]

Yusuke Onodera (小野寺 ユウスケ, Onodera Yūsuke) is a young man with a childlike personality at first who has the power to become Kamen Rider Kuuga (仮面ライダークウガ, Kamen Raidā Kūga). Although originally from the World of Kuuga, he eventually joins up with the Hikari Studio group having rid his home world of the Gurongi.[7][8][14][15]

Yusuke Onodera is portrayed by Ryouta Murai (村井 良大, Murai Ryōta).


Kivala (キバーラ, Kibāra) is a white-colored female Kivat originally from the World of Kiva, where she is Kivat-bat the 3rd's younger sister. She is extremely tiny, small enough to be hidden in an adult's closed fist. She learns of Decade from Narutaki, and uses her power to bring Yusuke into her world, and then sends Tsukasa into another to do battle with Kaixa.[16][17][22][23] She later ends up traveling with the Hikari Studio, though remaining in contact with Narutaki with only Natsumi aware of it.[9][10] She seems to like Yusuke the most out of the traveling group as she is delighted when he returns to travel with them after they leave the World of Agito.[24][25] In the World of Hibiki, she assists Ouja in summoning a Bakegani to be used on Decade as Gyuki was not getting the job done, placing her overall goals further into question.[11][12]

In Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010, Kiva-la is revealed to be the means for Natsumi to assume her Kamen Rider form: Kamen Rider Kivala.[13]

Kivala is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro (沢城 みゆき, Sawashiro Miyuki).


Narutaki (鳴滝) is the main antagonist of the series, a mysterious man who refers to himself as a prophet and is able to freely travel the worlds with immunity to the convergence of the ten worlds.[1][2] He also has the ability to move freely between the worlds and summon Riders from other worlds. He firmly believes that Decade should not exist in any world, tending to say "curse you Decade!" (おのれディケイド!, Onore Dikeido!) while tricking the Riders of various worlds to kill him.[7][8] Arranging a meeting with Natsumi, Narutaki proceeds to tell her that her dreams are tied to the Rider War that will awaken Decade's true nature.[9][10] After Decade defied his premonitions of doom in the previous nine worlds, Narutaki decides to personally deal with him in the World of Hibiki by summoning a Bakegani, revealing to Natsumi that Tsukasa's actions are actually destroying the worlds rather than saving them as they were told, and that only she can stop the madness now.[11][12] However at the World of Negatives, Narutaki expresses his joy over Decade finding himself a world which he can exist in.[3][4] In the World of the Rider War, he asks for Tsukasa's help to stop Apollo Geist from speeding up the destruction of all worlds, but this doesn't change his belief that Tsukasa is the true cause of the destruction, or his desire to see Tsukasa killed.[26][27][28][29]

In Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story, Narutaki poses as Colonel Zol (ゾル大佐, Zoru Taisa), an executive member of the evil Super Shocker organization. The original Zol is the leader of Shocker's German branch and has the ability to transform into the Inhumanoid Gold Werewolf (黄金狼男, Ōgon Ōkami Otoko), but Narutaki as Zol does not transform in the movie due to his lack of cybernetic implants. However, when Doras fell from the Super Crisis Fortress and knocks him out of his way, he reverts to Narutaki and curses Decade for causing a new calamity born from the Neo Organism's antics before running off into another dimension.

Narutaki resurfaces again during the events of Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen as Doktor G (ドクトルG, Dokutoru Gē), a knight armored general of the newly reformed Dai-Shocker based on the real Doktor G of Destron's Germany branch. Like the original Doktor G, he wields an axe in battle and is able to assume the form of the Inhumanoid Kani Laser (カニレーザー, Kani Rēzā). He was defeated by the card-using Kamen Riders using the Goseigers' Tensou Cards before he reverts to Narutaki as he curses Decade again before departing into another dimension.[13]

He appeared once again during the crossover special between Kamen Rider Gaim and Ressha Sentai ToQger. He gave Kota a Rainbow Pass, tells him to give the Conductor and Ticket his regards and leaves, but not before cryptically warning him and Right about an inevitable war between Kamen Riders.

Narutaki is portrayed by Tatsuhito Okuda (奥田 達士, Okuda Tatsuhito).

Daiki Kaito[edit]

Daiki Kaito (海東 大樹, Kaitō Daiki) is a mysterious young man who travels through the Kamen Riders' worlds in the hunt for their treasures as Kamen Rider Diend (仮面ライダーディエンド, Kamen Raidā Diendo), possessing the power to summon Riders to serve him. He seems to know more about Tsukasa than Tsukasa himself does, being an ally one minute and an enemy the next when it suited his thieving needs.[30][31] He first reveals himself to Tsukasa during his travels to the World of Blade,[32][33] and reveals that he is Diend while in the World of Faiz, following Tsukasa and the Hikari Studio ever since.[30][31][34][35] Prior to the beginning of the series, Daiki had left his home world (World of Diend) for crimes he committed there, only to return when the Hikari Studio group finds its way there.[36][37]

Daiki Kaito is portrayed by Kimito Totani (戸谷 公人, Totani Kimito).


The mysterious Dai-Shocker (大ショッカー, Dai Shokkā, "Great Shocker") organization is a conglomation of all villain organizations who set into motion a plan to take over all dimensions due to someone providing the means to do so. Based on the World of Decade, their insignia is double-headed version of Shocker's eagle crest, but with the "DCD" written on it that hints at Decade's ties to them. In addition to Doctor Shinigami and Doktor G, there are many other members of Dai-Shocker that come from previous Kamen Rider Series. They sent their agents out across the worlds for universal domination. During the events of Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen, Tsukasa Kadoya reforms Dai-Shocker and becomes their Great Leader once more in order to take down the Super Sentai teams and the Dai-Zangyack group led by Captain Marvelous. However, it is revealed that it was a plot between Dai-Shocker and Dai-Zangyack all along to have the Super Sentai and the Kamen Riders wipe out each other. Both groups of villains are defeated after Tsukasa and Marvelous reveal to them that they knew about their scheme all the time, having the heroes they supposedly "destroyed" sent to an alternate dimension and summoned back all together for the final battle with them.

Apollo Geist[edit]

The first member of Dai-Shocker Tsukasa confronts, Apollo Geist (アポロガイスト, Aporo Gaisuto) is the Security Chief of Dai-Shocker, hastening the worlds' convergence to make invasion easy for his organization. He normally assumes the form of a man called Guy (ガイ, Gai) until he invokes "Apollo Change" (アポロチェンジ, Aporo Chenji). Originally from the World of X-Rider (Xライダーの世界, Ekkusu Raidā no Sekai), he was revived by the Government Of Darkness after being killed by X-Rider. However, his lifespan is short as a result and thus uses the Perfecter to take the life force out of people to augment his own. When the Perfecter is stolen from him by Diend[38][39][40][41] and then destroyed by Decade,[42][43][44][45] Apollo Geist eventually comes up with the plan to marry Yuki, the Fangire Queen, becoming a Fangire as a result. As a result of his transformation, he now becomes Super Apollo Geist (スーパーアポロガイスト, Sūpā Aporo Gaisuto) with the ability to remove other realities from existence.[26][27] Using his power to revive the monsters from the Nine Worlds and attempting to make Natsumi his bride after Yuki is destroyed by Decade Complete Form, Super Apollo Geist fights Decade and Diend until help arrives in the form of Hibiki and Kiva. Kiva and Hibiki distract Super Apollo Geist long enough for him to be mortally wounded by Decade Complete Form with Diend's power, Geist swearing that he will "revive as the greatest nuisance in the universe" before he is destroyed. Later revived during the events of Super Hero Taisen, Apollo Geist is destroyed again by Kamen Rider Fourze in Magnet States.

Guy is portrayed by Kazuhisa Kawahara (川原 和久, Kawahara Kazuhisa). In Super Hero Taisen, Apollo Geist is voiced by Kimito Totani who portrays Daiki Kaito.

Llumu Qhimil[edit]

Ten-Faced Demon Llumu Qhimil (十面鬼ユム・キミル, Jūmenki Yumu Kimiru) is the leader of Geddon and Dai-Shocker's designated ruler of the World of Amazon, developing the mindset that Kamen Riders are the enemies of the human race, rather than Geddon. He has the GaGa Armlet and seeks Amazon's GiGi Armlet to gain their full power and use the unlimited ancient Inca powers to complete his master plan of converting humans into monsters. He normally resembles a torso attached to a large boulder, but he can also assume a humanoid form adorned with the faces of the ten Heisei Kamen Riders from which he can access their powers and counter any of the ten Heisei Kamen Riders attacks. Though he gains the GiGi Armlet, he loses both it and the GaGa Armlet to the Kamen Riders with Decade Complete Form weakening him with Faiz Blaster Form before Amazon destroys him with the Super Dai Setsudan.[42][43][44][45]

Llumu Qhimil is voiced by Hideo Ishikawa (石川 英郎, Ishikawa Hideo).

Ambassador Hell[edit]

Ambassador Hell (地獄大使, Jigoku Taishi) is an executive member of the terrorist organization Shocker, originally from the World of Kamen Rider (仮面ライダーの世界, Kamen Raidā no Sekai) and donning a new black armor. He is able to assume the form of the Inhumanoid Garagaranda (ガラガランダ), a rattlesnake monster. In the final battle, he fights Kamen Rider 1, 2, Kabuto, and Black RX. He is killed when Riders 1 and 2 use a Rider Double Kick on him after being stabbed by Kabuto and impaled by Black RX, he praises Dai-Shocker before finally succumbing to his wounds and dying in a huge explosion.

Ambassador Hell is portrayed by Ren Osugi (大杉 漣, Ōsugi Ren) while Garagaranda is voiced by Kenichi Suzumura (鈴村 健一, Suzumura Ken'ichi).

General Jark[edit]

General Jark (ジャーク将軍, Jāku Shōgun) is a supreme commander of the Crisis Empire from the World of Black RX. He is killed by Diend. Jark reappears in Super Hero Taisen as part of the new Dai-Shocker assembled by Tsukasa. After Dai-Shocker's alliance with Dai-Zangyack is revealed, Jark is once again defeated along Shadow Moon by the combined forces of Kamen Rider Black and the Maskmen.

Seizō Katō (加藤 清三, Katō Seizō) reprises his role as the voice of General Jark.

King Dark[edit]

King Dark (キングダーク, Kingu Dāku) is a giant robot and the mastermind behind the Government Of Darkness (GOD) from the World of X-Rider. He is killed by Decade Complete Form Jumbo Formation.

Dai-Shocker Combatmen[edit]

The Dai-Shocker Combatmen (大ショッカー戦闘員, Dai Shokkā Sentōin) are footsoldiers of Dai-Shocker, resembling the Shocker Combatmen and tending to scream out "Yeee" (イーッ, Ī). They are able to assume missile-like forms.

Nine Worlds[edit]

The Nine Worlds (9つの世界, Kokonotsu no Sekai) are the A.R. Worlds that are based on the previous entries of the Kamen Rider Series that have aired during the Heisei period of Japanese history. Each differs in some way from the series on which it was based.

New Worlds[edit]

The New Worlds (新たな世界, Aratana Sekai) are the A.R. Worlds that are not based on a previous entry of the Kamen Rider Series from the Heisei period. They range from Daiki Kaito's homeworld to a crossover with Samurai Sentai Shinkenger[46][47] to reimaginations of Kamen Rider Black & Kamen Rider Black RX to an alternate Kamen Rider Amazon to the World of the Rider War and Tsukasa's home A.R. World.

Cameo appearances[edit]

Various characters in Kamen Rider Decade are directly from their original Kamen Rider Series and are portrayed by the original actors. These characters do not appear to be affiliated with any side, as some assist Tsukasa, while others seek to fight Decade.

Wataru Kurenai[edit]

Wataru Kurenai (紅 渡, Kurenai Wataru) is the original Kamen Rider Kiva (仮面ライダーキバ, Kamen Raidā Kiba) who represents the others by giving Tsukasa his mission while they freeze Natsumi's world in place to give him time to stop its destruction.[1][2] He later appears in the World of the Rider War to fight Decade after telling him his mission was to destroy the Riders in the Nine Worlds rather than befriend them.[28][29]

Koji Seto (瀬戸 康史, Seto Kōji) reprises his role as Wataru Kurenai from Kamen Rider Kiva.

Sou Yaguruma[edit]

Sou Yaguruma (矢車 想, Yaguruma Sō) is an insane young man who transformed into Kamen Rider KickHopper (仮面ライダーキックホッパー, Kamen Raidā Kikku Hoppā). In Decade, KickHopper is a wild card Kamen Rider who uses a fighting style themed around kicking attacks. He and his partner PunchHopper appear in the World of Kuuga during a dimensional distortion caused by Narutaki to fight Decade.[14][15] However, when they start focusing their rage on Kuuga, Narutaki causes another dimensional distortion that sends the two to another world.[7][8] Yaguruma later appears in the World of Decade to prevent Dai-Shocker from taking over, but soon defects to the side of Dai-Shocker.[20]

Hidenori Tokuyama (徳山 秀典, Tokuyama Hidenori) reprises his role as Sou Yaguruma from Kamen Rider Kabuto, voicing KickHopper.

Shun Kageyama[edit]

Shun Kageyama (影山 瞬, Kageyama Shun) is a young man who transformed into Kamen Rider PunchHopper (仮面ライダーパンチホッパー, Kamen Raidā Panchi Hoppā). In Decade, PunchHopper is a wildcard Kamen Rider who uses a fighting style themed around punching attacks.[7][8][14][15]

Masato Uchiyama (内山 眞人, Uchiyama Masato) reprises his role as Shun Kageyama from Kamen Rider Kabuto, voicing PunchHopper.

Masato Kusaka[edit]

Masato Kusaka (草加 雅人, Kusaka Masato) is a selfish young man who transformed into Kamen Rider Kaixa (仮面ライダーカイザ, Kamen Raidā Kaiza). In Decade, Kaixa is a wildcard Kamen Rider who attacks Decade after he is taken to another world by Kiva-la. He is under the impression that Decade is a hindrance to his own agenda and seeks to take the Decadriver from him. He eventually concedes when Decade is returned to the World of Kiva.[16][17][22][23]

Kamen Rider Kaixa reappears briefly in later airings of the series finale, using his Side Basshar to attack Decade and Wataru's group. He is seemingly killed in the chaos afterwards alongside many other Riders.[28] In Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story, Decade is shown to hold a Side Basshar card, labeled as a Kaixa card.

Kohei Murakami (村上 幸平, Murakami Kōhei) reprises his role as Masato Kusaka from Kamen Rider 555, voicing Kaixa.

Takeshi Asakura[edit]

Takeshi Asakura (浅倉 威, Asakura Takeshi) is a sadistic criminal who transformed into Kamen Rider Ouja (仮面ライダー王蛇, Kamen Raidā Ōja). In Decade, Ouja is summoned in the World of Hibiki by Kiva-la, wielding a kanabō which he uses to summon a Bakegani from the mountain side after knocking Kiva-la aside.[11][12] Asakura later appears in the World of Decade to prevent Dai-Shocker from taking over, but soon defects to the side of Dai-Shocker.[20]

Takashi Hagino (萩野 崇, Hagino Takashi) reprises his role as Takeshi Asakura from Kamen Rider Ryuki, voicing Ouja.

Kotaro Minami[edit]

Kotaro Minami (南 光太郎, Minami Kōtarō) is a man who transformed into Kamen Rider Black (仮面ライダーBLACK, Kamen Raidā Burakku) and later evolved into Kamen Rider Black RX (仮面ライダーBLACK RX, Kamen Raidā Burakku Āru Ekkusu). In addition to his appearances in the World of Black RX and World of Black episodes, he also appears untransformed at the end of Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker.[20]

Tetsuo Kurata (倉田 てつを, Kurata Tetsuo) reprises his role as Kotaro Minami from Kamen Rider Black and Kamen Rider Black RX.

Shouichi Tsugami[edit]

Shouichi Tsugami (津上 翔一, Tsugami Shōichi) is the original Kamen Rider Agito (仮面ライダーアギト, Kamen Raidā Agito). He appears untransformed at the end of Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker along with Kotaro Minami.[20]

Toshiki Kashu (賀集 利樹, Kashū Toshiki) has a cameo appearance reprising his role as Shouichi Tsugami from Kamen Rider Agito.

Shotaro Hidari & Philip[edit]

Detective Shotaro Hidari (左 翔太郎, Shōtarō Hidari) and his partner Philip (フィリップ, Firippu) are two young men from the city of Futo who fight the Dopant menace as Kamen Rider Double (仮面ライダーダブル, Kamen Raidā Daburu). In Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, Double has a cameo appearance where he fights Shadow Moon. Double also appears in Movie War 2010 to battle Super Shocker with Decade.[20]

Renn Kiriyama (桐山 漣, Kiriyama Ren, Shotaro Hidari) and Masaki Suda (菅田 将暉, Suda Masaki, Philip) from Kamen Rider W debut in All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, voicing Kamen Rider Double.

Kazuma Kenzaki[edit]

Kazuma Kenzaki (剣崎 一真, Kenzaki Kazuma) is the original Kamen Rider Blade (仮面ライダーブレイド, Kamen Raidā Bureido) as well as the second Joker who appears about 5 years after the series original ending in the World of Rider War as the A.R. Worlds continue to fuse. He is first seen with Natsumi Hikari, pointing out to her that Dai-Shocker isn't the real enemy. As Natsumi asks in question, he had already left the scene.[26][27] He then appears before Asumu, Wataru, Yusuke Onodera, and Daiki Kaito and says that their true enemy is Tsukasa, using them to force him to leave while he can or destroy him if he refuses. It is noteworthy that Kenzaki is able to transform directly to King Form using just the Change Beetle card alone as the belt now uses Kamen Rider Leangle's "Open Up!" feature, rather than the original "Turn Up!" feature, projecting a gold version of the transformation screen that depicts the Evolution Caucasus beetle. As Kenzaki attempts to force Tsukasa to leave the world, he refuses, transforming into Kamen Rider Decade. But Tsukasa proved no match as Kenzaki overpowers him throughout the entire fight. Kenzaki then directly uses The Royal Straight Flush to finish the fight as he severely injures Tsukasa. He then assumes King Form and teams up with Wataru Kurenai and the rest of the Kamen Riders to fight Tsukasa in the Rider War.[28][29]

In Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010: Decade: The Last Story, Kenzaki in his regular Ace Form teams up with Shinji Kido, Kamen Rider Ryuki, to fight Tsukasa. But Tsukasa gains the upper hand as he transforms into Decade Violent Emotion. As he overpowers both of them, Tsukasa turns Kenzaki into "Blade Blade" and kills Shinji. With Kenzaki stunned, Tsukasa finally activates his "Final Attack Ride" and kills Kenzaki as well, resulting in both Kamen Riders being turned into cards. He is later revived, as well as the rest of the Kamen Riders after Tsukasa is voluntarily destroyed. But Kenzaki mysteriously disappears as he did not take part in the final battle against Super Shocker. Instead, it would be Kazuma Kendate, Kenzaki's alternate reality version to help Tsukasa and the rest of the Kamen Riders in the battle against Super Shocker, assuming King Form with Decade's K-Touch.

Takayuki Tsubaki (椿 隆之, Tsubaki Takayuki) reprises his role as Kazuma Kenzaki from Kamen Rider Blade.


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  17. ^ a b c "TV Asahi's official summary for 「第二楽章♬キバの王子」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  18. ^ Kamen Rider Decade episode "Battle Trial: Ryuki the World"
  19. ^ "TV Asahi's official summary for 「バトル裁判・龍騎ワールド」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  20. ^ a b c d e f Kamen Rider Decade The Movie: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker
  21. ^ In the commentary track of the Director's Cut DVD of Movie War 2010, Director Ryuta Tasaki said that Movie Wars 2010 settled the mystery of how Eijiro became Shinigami in the previous movie.
  22. ^ a b Kamen Rider Decade episode "The Biting King's Qualifications"
  23. ^ a b "TV Asahi's official summary for 「かみつき王の資格」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  24. ^ Kamen Rider Decade episode "Awakening: Tornado of Souls"
  25. ^ "TV Asahi's official summary for 「覚醒 魂のトルネード」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  26. ^ a b c Kamen Rider Decade episode: Rider War: Prologue
  27. ^ a b c "TV Asahi's official summary for 「ライダー大戦・序章」". Retrieved 2009-08-22. 
  28. ^ a b c d Kamen Rider Decade episode: "Destroyer of Worlds"
  29. ^ a b c "TV Asahi's official summary for 「世界の破壊者」". Retrieved 2009-08-29. 
  30. ^ a b Kamen Rider Decade episode "555 Faces, 1 Treasure"
  31. ^ a b "TV Asahi's official summary for 「555つの顔、1つの宝」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  32. ^ Kamen Rider Decade episode "Blade Blade"
  33. ^ "TV Asahi's official summary for 「ブレイドブレード」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  34. ^ Kamen Rider Decade episode "Faiz High School's Phantom Thief"
  35. ^ "TV Asahi's official summary for 「ファイズ学園の怪盗」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  36. ^ Kamen Rider Decade episode "Wanted: Diend"
  37. ^ "TV Asahi's official summary for 「ディエンド指名手配」". Retrieved 2009-06-14. 
  38. ^ Kamen Rider Decade episode "RX! Dai-Shocker Attack"
  39. ^ "TV Asahi's official summary for 「RX!大ショッカー来襲」". Retrieved 2009-07-30. 
  40. ^ Kamen Rider Decade episode "Black × Black RX"
  41. ^ "TV Asahi's official summary for 「Black×Black RX」". Retrieved 2009-07-30. 
  42. ^ a b Kamen Rider Decade episode "Amazon, Friend"
  43. ^ a b "TV Asahi's official summary for 「アマゾン、トモダチ」". Retrieved 2009-08-09. 
  44. ^ a b Kamen Rider Decade episode "The Strong, Naked, Strong Guy"
  45. ^ a b "TV Asahi's official summary for 「強くてハダカで強い奴」". Retrieved 2009-08-16. 
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