List of Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight characters

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The characters of Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight are very varied. They include the inhabitants of the Earth, the monstrous inhabitants of the alternate dimension Ventara, and the Kamen Riders who can exist in both.


Kamen Riders[edit]

Created by the "Advent Master" Eubulon, the original 12 Kamen Riders were the chosen defenders of the "mirror world" known as Ventara. With the exception of Wing Knight (and later Siren), they were all implied to have been vented in battle with Xaviax when one of their own (the original Dragon Knight, Adam) betrayed them and their Advent Decks were stolen. Since the Decks were designed to work with only one person, each Deck only functions again when given to humans on Earth that are "mirror twins" of their Ventaran counterparts, with matching DNA or when Eubulon reassigns the deck. To access the powers, the chosen Deck wielder holds the Advent Deck carrier in front of them near a mirror or reflective surface to activate a burst of energy that creates the Advent Belt holder for the deck while calling out the words "Kamen Rider". The deck is then inserted in the belt and spins, further activating a pair of rings that surround the bearer and creates the armor for the specific Kamen Rider. The energy emitted from those rings can be used to repel any attacks while the Rider is transforming. Each Kamen Rider has a special sense that can detect Mirror Monsters and other Kamen Riders and, in some extent, their condition. The decks also give the Riders the ability to travel from one place to another instantly by traveling through any mirror or reflective surface and traversing the mirror world to end at their intended (or at times unintended) destination(s), be it in their Rider armor or human form. They can also travel with other humans or push them through a reflective surface to the other world as long as they keep in contact with them while traveling. If either side of the mirror is blocked or destroyed, they cannot travel through that mirror. Riders usually travel through the dimensions with a specialized motorcycle parked in between the dimensions called an Advent Cycle. A Rider may also travel with their own motorcycle which, upon transforming, will change the motorcycle's appearance as well.

The Kamen Riders are assisted by their own Advent Beast (Contract Monsters in the video game). A Rider starts off at a blank form, a colorless, generic armor with limited abilities and lack of any real power. Once a Mirror Monster is confined via their contract cards, it forms a Contract with the Rider who captured it. This changes the Rider's armor, abilities and Advent Cards based on the Advent Beast confined. The Advent Beasts support their human partners through the Advent Decks, usually appearing when an Attack Vent or a Final Vent is used. Should a Rider become vented, their respective Advent Beast remains in the deck, as Xaviax presented all but three of the decks to the Earth Riders with the decks still active and with the insignia displaying their beast still on them. The lone exception to this was Kit, whose Advent Beast was not present in the deck when he found it. When each of the Riders was vented, their decks remains in the activated state. Maya who gained Kase's Advent deck temporarily, did not have to locate and then form a contract with her Advent Beast despite the deck being reassigned to work with her DNA

Because of the nature of the contract, once it's established, a Rider cannot simply quit being a Kamen Rider because as Len describes it, it constantly calls Riders back to fight monsters and protect the people and only Eubulon can unlock the decks. Also Riders experience a phenomenon referred to as the rage of the Advent Beast which, if left untamed, can give a Rider nightmares.

The Riders use their powers (via the Advent Cards) to battle either the Mirror Monsters or each other. Each card can be slotted into a device, referred to as a Visor, the Rider uses to access a "Vent" attack or ability such as Sword Vent, Strike Vent or Copy Vent. Most equipment based cards are based on that Rider's respective Advent Beast for example Dragon Knight's Sword Vent is based on Dragredder's tail. Each Rider has their own deck designed for that Rider only, even if a Rider slots a card belonging to another Rider, it still goes to the card's owner rather than the one who slotted it. Each Rider possesses a card to summon their respective Contract Monster (Attack Vent) and another card for their Final Vent, a devastating attack that involves using the Advent Beast's power to finish off their opponent. Depending on the power of the attack and the strength of the target, the opponent may either be just defeated, or the attack can possibly "vent" them. A vented Kamen Rider and Advent Beast are sent directly to the Advent Void, a world between the mirrors where they are trapped and are never seen again, leaving only their Advent Deck behind. The Advent Void was designed as a fail safe in case a Rider has been badly damaged leaving them there to recover until Eubulon could retrieve them, this allows them to fight without having to worry about being taken out physically. However, since Eubulon was inactive, the Advent Void ended up trapping Riders rather than simply saving them thus making the war thus far a fight for survival.

In addition to their normal cards in their Advent Deck, one more powerful card can be used called Survive. This allows the Riders to use the powerful Survive Mode. With it, they acquire new armor, new Visor Slots and new cards to accommodate the new form. However, it uses too much energy and therefore, a Rider cannot access the Survive Mode for too long. As a result, it's used in emergencies and taken out of the deck beforehand. Kase only manages to obtain the Survive cards for Dragon Knight and Wing Knight before initially escaping their base's destruction, Thus Dragon Knight and Wing Knight are the only Riders who can use Survive Mode.

Xaviax purposely tricks several matching humans into joining his side, while others oppose him. Among the show's Kamen Riders are:

Kamen Rider Dragon Knight[edit]

Kamen Rider Dragon Knight has a very wide range of moves, even if he's not a strong fighter he is still one of the strongest Kamen Riders. Most involving his contracted Advent Beast Dragreder, as well as a varied set of Advent Cards making him relatively balanced in terms of potential combat ability. However, he does not have any trick based Advent Cards like Camo's Clear Vent, Thrust's Confine Vent, Sting's Copy Vent or Axe's Freeze Vent, or possess a personal weapon like Wing Knight's Dark Visor, Siren's Blanc Visor or Torque's Magna Visor. Before establishing a contract with Dragredder, Dragon Knight had a more basic design (referred to in the toy line as Kamen Rider Blank Knight). Blank Knight only had access to two Advent Cards, Sword Vent (which broke easily) and an empty Contract card. Dragon Knight also has the ability to access a stronger form by using the Survive Card. In his Survive Mode, his armor and Advent Deck change to a more defined crimson red and the dragon designs are even more emphasized. In addition, his new cards reinforce his balanced fighting style as well as give him a new trick-based Advent Card called Strange Vent as well as a Trick Vent, a card that's normally used by Wing Knight. Dragon Knight's motorcycle is called the Dragon Cycle which transforms from his Suzuki Katana 600 motorcycle.

Kit Taylor[edit]

Kit Taylor, the first protagonist, is a young adult who lost his father when he was a boy. Since then, he has been framed for many "misunderstandings" and has gained a reputation as a thief. He was placed in a foster home until he turned 18. From there, he makes his way to the apartment he spent his childhood in and found an Advent Deck that opened his senses to the presence of the monsters abducting people. He gains the ability to transform into the second Kamen Rider Dragon Knight armed with the dragon Advent Deck that he obtained. He would later meet Len (Kamen Rider Wing Knight), with whom he agreed to help fight Xaviax's monsters in the hopes of finding his father. He did so after failing to heed Len's advice about re-establishing the Contract with the Advent Beast associated with the Deck, Dragredder, by activating the Contract Card in the Deck and fully reactivating his Dragon Knight armor powers. He nearly got duped into helping Drew (Kamen Rider Torque) before his true motive is revealed. After discovering the truth about the Advent Decks, Len believes that Xaviax probably played a part in helping Kit find the Advent Deck but Kit believes that he was guided here by his father and it was by his own will that he became Dragon Knight.

After fighting for a long time, becoming more experienced and even becoming a threat to Xaviax, Len decides that Kit should replace Adam and become a true Kamen Rider, and not just an Earth substitute. However, the process will involve leaving Earth behind for good. Though honored, Kit decides to wait to answer until he feels he's thought it through enough. Later, when Kit confronts Axe for the first time, he tries to vent Axe, but cannot find it in himself to do so. This would immediately haunt him as Axe holds him back, not allowing him to stop JTC from venting Chris. He is later confronted by the Cho brothers who intimidate and defeat him easily, but do not vent him. After receiving a message from JTC about his father, Kit and Maya both go to him only to run into a trap consisting of JTC and the Cho brothers. Kit successfully repels them and is able to vent Albert, leaving Danny furious. He begins to feel remorse for venting Albert, as he had purposely never vented anyone before that point. Following Albert's venting and Kase's return, he begins to feel useless, due to losing to both Danny and Kase and hearing his dad saying that he disapproves of Kit's actions. He is then attacked and pushed through a mirror by a mysterious Kamen Rider with the same armor as Dragon Knight but black. However he wakes up discovering that the fight with the mysterious rider was but a dream. He is then approached by Michelle Walsh who identifies him as Dragon Knight. Upon evading her and getting to the bookstore, he, Maya, and Trent discover the information was downloaded. Following this incident he goes off to fight attacking monsters to discover Len and Kase taking them out quickly. He leaves angrily with Kase noting the similarities between him and Adam (stating that it was his attitude was how it started before betraying the others) but Len believes otherwise. Going off to visit his father again he finds Xaviax waking up his father but only for a short time. Kit discovers that everything that has happened to him thus far was because of Xaviax and that he was manipulating his father. Xaviax gives him a very simple offer, vent Wing Knight and Siren to bring his father back. Afterwards he has another nightmare this time becoming the black rider and venting Wing Knight and fighting Siren before waking up. While reflecting he is again confronted by Danny. When Danny got the upper hand, he sees JTC vent him and hinting towards Kit's conversation with Xaviax. He talks about this to Len and Kase and decides to go against Xaviax saying that saving his dad through those means is wrong and is ready to become a real Kamen Rider.

When going to inform his father of his future course of actions, he is kidnapped and arrested by the No-Men. They trick him into battle against a Mirror Monster to assess his skills as a Kamen Rider. Michelle Walsh later interrogates him until he craftily escapes using a reflection from a spilled glass of water. He finds a Mirror Monster on the way out and manages to defeat it, but ends up attacked by Kamen Riders Strike and Wrath. He injures his leg in the fight, but Len and Kase save him in time and manage to escape. They later regroup in the bookstore, where Kase heals his injured leg. While regrouping, Kase shows Kit his Survive card as they engage Strike and Wrath again. Kit, who was fighting JTC and is about to get vented, is saved by Len. They both witness JTC capture Metalgelas and Evildiver and unite them into Cerebeast. Overpowered by Wrath and Strike, they fail to save Kase from being vented. Both wanting revenge for her, they go after JTC with Kit finding him first. After surviving his Final Vent, he watches Len use his Survive Mode venting Strike in the process. Len and Kit chase after Wrath both using their Survive Modes. When Len is cornered, Kit readies his Final Vent, but after using too much energy, Survive Mode deactivates at an inopportune moment. In a final desperate attack to save Len, Kit uses his normal Final Vent only to miss and get hit with Wrath's Final Vent. He ends up being vented by Wrath, making him the tenth Rider vented in the series. Xaviax steals the Dragon Knight deck and claims that he has a surprise waiting for Len and gives the Dragon Knight deck to the original owner, Adam.

When Eubulon is revived, Kit is rescued from the Advent Void. Waking up, he finds Kase and Eubulon, who is weakened from traveling through the Advent Void, and is given the Onyx deck. He was initially put off due to his dream, but Kase and Eubulon reassure him that those were only nightmares, with Chance and Pryce later stating that this is an internal reaction to the Advent Beast imposing its will on its user. Kit accepts their assurances and assumes the role of Kamen Rider Onyx. Taking the deck he finds Len and assists him in taking out some of Xaviax's monsters, reuniting with him and meeting some of the Ventaran Riders, though he was initially wary of them due to his experience with their Earth counterparts. After learning who they are, he accepts them as allies. He soon goes off to save Maya when Eubulon senses that she's in danger. He meets up with Adam, but is not easily swayed by his desire to return to the Riders. They argue about how their situation with Xaviax is worse, and both mirror twins activate their Rider forms and fight. Kit overpowers Adam and is about to vent him until Eubulon intervenes not wanting Kit's nightmare to turn into reality in which he vents someone out of anger. He returns with Maya, with Eubulon and Adam following. He listens to Adam's story but is still not convinced. He is ordered to wait with Kase in case Xaviax finds their base. He feels frustrated about waiting and talks to Kase about Adam. Later, when Kit begins to trust Adam a little more, he tells Adam how Xaviax tried to trick him by using his father.

When Maya realizes something is wrong with Adam, Kase and Kit follow Len and Adam and find the both of them fighting. After their fight, Adam reveals that he had given the virus to Xaviax and that he developed an anti-virus. While his respect for him dissipated, he realized that they still needed him. Before going off to the final battle, he reaffirms with Kase that he trusts Adam now that he's up front and feels that he is now trustworthy, once Kit found out behind Adam's betrayal was actually that Xaviax had been disguised as Eubulon behind Eubulon's back and manipulated Adam into thinking that Eubulon considered him useless. Kit and Kase put up enough of a distraction for Trent and Maya to allow the Riders to infiltrate Xaviax's base. They fight their way into the room where Xaviax and Eubulon are fighting. Together, Kit, Adam, Len and Kase all fight Xaviax but he proves too strong. Soon, Eubulon brings the six remaining Riders from the Advent Void and with all 13 Kamen Riders using their Link Vent, destroy Xaviax once and for all.

During the Epilogue, Kit inherits the Dragon Knight deck officially becoming the true Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, thus becoming the only active Earth Kamen Rider and making the Onyx deck inactive. Eubulon also cures Frank Taylor who now knows of Kit's adventures. But as remnants of Xaviax's army remain as well as the potential dangers of the other worlds behind the mirrors, Kit Taylor, along with Len, Kase and the other Kamen Riders, continue to fight to protect Ventara and Earth as Kamen Rider Dragon Knight.

Kit is the only Kamen Rider who had to find his Advent Beast (or, more accurately, have Dragredder find him), as the others were all given their Advent Decks with their respective Advent Beast already in place and contracted to them, and Len and Kase were never separated from their Decks and Beasts to begin with. This is because Adam had abandoned his duties as a Kamen Rider after betraying the other Riders. Due to Xaviax's influence, Dragredder was released from the deck, leaving the deck blank and relieving Adam from his duties; Dragredder was thus left wandering around until Kit returned it to the deck. He is also the only person to have been two separate Kamen Riders in the series, becoming Dragon Knight in the beginning of the run and then becoming Onyx towards the end, though the design of Onyx is exactly the same as that of Dragon Knight, thus allowing Kit to fight without relearning the armor.

Unlike the other Riders who were simple to manipulate by just giving them a simple desire, Kit had no real vice or ambition meaning that just simply giving him something was not enough. Xaviax had to take a more precise and lengthy process to acquire him. Xaviax kidnaps his father and then begins to frame Kit for his misunderstandings. However, he did not join Xaviax and becomes a rider opposing him. Eventually Xaviax approaches Kit and reveals everything to him using his love for his father to betray Wing Knight, the one who trusts Kit the most. However, after everything he's been through, Kit realized that saving him that way would be wrong and decided to continue fighting against Xaviax.


Adam, the second protagonist is the original Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, and therefore Kit's Ventara counterpart, who betrayed the other Kamen Riders venting them while in suspended animation (save for Kase and Len) after being tricked by Xaviax like the Earth Riders. During his time of duty as the active Kamen Rider, he falls in love with a girl named Sarah. However, he meets her at an inopportune time as Adam has to hibernate soon. On the last day he meets up with a man named Paragon who claims to be Eubulon's ally and claims to know a way to unlock the decks. However, this turns out to be Xaviax and proceeds to vent the Riders. With his betrayal weighing heavily on him, he secludes himself with Sarah in an illusion created by Xaviax until he is called upon again after all the Riders but Len are vented.

In order to keep his secret safe, he is assigned to befriend Len and Maya, who is the temporary Siren, and keep them from destroying more of his devices.[1] He destroys a monster attacking Len, hoping to get back Len's trust by claiming Xaviax had tricked him. But Len is not easily swayed, and both trigger their Survive Modes. Adam attempts to use his Final Vent in retaliation but runs away. Following the return of three of his fellow Ventaran Riders, he tries to gain back the trust of Hunt, Kamen Rider Axe, who threatens to vent him following a battle against Xaviax's monsters.

Xaviax, fed up with his failure to infiltrate the Riders, sends monsters to attack Maya who Adam attempts to save. He later meets up with his mirror twin Kit Taylor, who berates him for betraying the other Riders. Adam argues that Xaviax tempted him with something more important than Kit's offer (in this case being able to be with Sarah and retire from the Kamen Riders, as opposed to Xaviax's offer to restore Kit's father to full health). This results in a battle between the two mirror twins as Kit (under the mantle of Kamen Rider Onyx) fights Adam and overpowers him until Eubulon intervenes. Eubulon allows Adam to explain why he betrayed the other Riders, but the others are not interested in what he has to say. After Len cools down, Adam explains what happened and how Xaviax tricked him. They do not buy in at first but when Trent finds another transmitter, he is sent to upload the virus with Len and Chance. He manages to have Len give him the virus and in turn gives the virus to Xaviax to decode. Xaviax shuts down the transmitter to make it look like it worked and Adam manages to get the trust he needed. But Adam begins to have second thoughts about betraying his fellow Kamen Riders again. After talking to Kit who talks to Adam about how Xaviax tried to trick him using his father, Adam thinks about turning his back on Xaviax. However when Xaviax sees this, he impersonates Eubulon and attacks and berates Adam in order to get him to betray the other riders again, this time out of his own free will.

During Len and Adam's mission to deactivate the last transmitter, Adam immediately starts attacking Len which culminates into a heated battle between both of them, even activating their Survive Modes. As Adam goes to make the final blow on Len, he finds that he can't do it. He revealed that he had given the virus to Xaviax who is proceeding to reactivate all of the transmitters. He surrenders his deck to Len and later explains what happened to him earlier when Eubulon attacked, but soon realizes that the Eubulon he saw was Xaviax when Kit spoke up. Finally discovering his resolve, he goes off to finish off Xaviax. Both dragon Riders manage to prevent Xaviax from venting Eubulon by using their Strike Vents but soon find it difficult to fight off Xaviax. When all 13 Riders are assembled, they all use their Link Vents to destroy Xaviax once and for all.

Before sending all of the Ventarans back to Ventara, he goes into the illusion where Sarah is currently held and tells her the truth. During the Epilogue, Adam was finally able to retire from the Dragon Knight deck and passes it on to Kit, who he knew would honor the deck far better than he ever would. He now is supporting Ventara's recovery with Sarah, who appears to have forgiven him.

One thing to note is that when Adam shows up during the final third of the series, the focus of the story strays away from Kit Taylor, the protagonist, and focuses more on Adam during that part of the series, basically becoming the second protagonist of the story. It's also revealed by Len shortly before Adam's return to action that Adam was the youngest member of the team and correctly deduced one of the reasons behind why he was so easily tricked into betraying the rest of the team as being that he no longer wanted to be a Kamen Rider.

During a discussion with Maya just after a sparring session after Eubulon temporarily reassigned the Siren deck to her, Len remarks to her that the Advent Decks 'won't leave you alone', and alerted the Riders to trouble any time something on the level of a Kamen Rider was required to deal with it, and that Adam could not in good conscience ignore it, by asking Maya if she could have ignored something like that. Although Len initially believes Adam to be a genuine traitor, these comments revealed that Adam was not an evil figure, simply a good man led astray by trickery. His character is further established as being heroic, if reluctantly so, when he refuses to vent Wing Knight when he has the chance, and expresses great remorse for turning the virus over to Xaviax.

It is unknown by what methods Adam and Sarah procured food and shelter while in the illusionary world Xaviax created for them after Adam's inadvertent betrayal of the Riders, however they were physically fit and mentally healthy when Xaviax seeks Adam out to reunite him with his deck, indicating that they had some means of surviving there.

Kit Taylor and Adam are both portrayed by Stephen Lunsford and voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch in the video game.


Dragreder is a red mechanical Japanese dragon which is Dragon Knight's Advent Beast. When Dragon Knight activates his Survive Mode card, Dragreder evolves into Dragranzer, a dragon that can turn into a motorcycle.

Dragon Knight's Advent Deck[edit]

Dragon Knight slots his cards on the dragon-like slot on his left arm called the Drag Visor. As Blank Knight, the design of the slot, called the Ride Visor, was more generic but worked the same way.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Dragreder to directly attack his opponents.
  • Sword Vent: Conjures a dragon-designed broadsword. As Blank Knight, it was a normal, generic longsword that broke easily.
  • Strike Vent: Attaches a dragon-like gauntlet on his right hand to shoot a burst of flames, assisted by Dragredder.
  • Guard Vent: Attaches dragon-like guards on his arms.
  • Final Vent: Summons Dragreder for Dragon Knight's Final Vent. It consists of him jumping into the air, delivering a flying side kick powered by Dragredder's flames.
  • Survive: Allows Dragon Knight to access Survive Mode and transforms Dragreder to Dragranzer. When activated, the background of the card shines with a spinning red flame effect.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all 13 Final Vents.
Dragon Knight's Survive Mode Advent Deck[edit]

Dragon Knight's slot changes from his arm slot to a dragon-like gun called the Drag Visor-Zwei. The Survive card is inserted inside the dragon mouth and the cards are slotted on the side of the slot.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Dragranzer to directly attack his opponents.
  • Sword Vent: Opens a blade on the slot (similar to a pocket knife).
  • Shoot Vent: Summons Dragranzer who shoots a burst of flames.
  • Guard Vent: Dragranzer coils around Dragon Knight which protects him from attacks.
  • Strange Vent: An odd card which, upon being slotted, will become any card that any of the other Riders use (often the next card in their decks). The new card must be reslotted to use.
  • Trick Vent: Creates several copies of Dragon Knight.
  • Final Vent: Summons Dragranzer for Dragon Knight Survive Mode's Final Vent. Dragranzer transforms into a motorcycle that Dragon Knight rides on as it shoots fireballs at its enemies while ramming into them.

Kamen Rider Wing Knight[edit]

Kamen Rider Wing Knight is a close-range fighter possessing two swords (his default rapier which also allows him to slot Advent Cards, and his Sword Vent, a large lance-like sword). Because of this, he is better suited for one-on-one combat, and he is the 4th strongest Kamen Rider. Wing Knight can also use his Trick Vent to create copies of himself to aid him in combat to overwhelm stronger opponents or even out a battle involving multiple enemies. Len also has the ability to access a stronger form by using the Survive Card. In his Survive Mode, his armor and Advent Deck change to a deep shade of blue, with a cape being added to his armor. His new cards reinforce his single combat skills allowing Wing Knight to use his slot in different ways. Len's Kawasaki ZX-14 transforms into the Wing Cycle, Wing Knight's motorcycle. The Wing Knight deck is the only deck that has not once traded hands with another user, as Len is the only Rider not vented in the series.


Len is a mysterious figure who is fighting Xaviax's monsters who has the ability to transform into Kamen Rider Wing Knight armed with a bat Advent Deck. He is aloof in personality and tries to keep the Riders' existence a mystery from the public. His Advent Beast is Black Wing, a bat. He is one of the original Kamen Riders from Ventara prior to their betrayal by his best friend Adam, the original Dragon Knight. At first, Len did not want Kit to get involved with his problems or become Dragon Knight. But once Kit used the Advent Deck, he becomes his mentor and together they agreed to defeat Xaviax and save Kit's world. While he vented Incisor without hesitation, he begins to start hesitating when he was confronted by Thrust and Sting hoping to save them and have them fight against Xaviax. Doubting himself, Len reflects and reminds himself that he is fighting in a war against Xaviax in which sacrifices must be made and that he cannot save everyone. He reflects on this again when Chris is vented, saying he should not have been involved. He also feels pressure from being forced into a leadership role that he never intended to take, but resolves to carry out his mission regardless. Len and Kit are slowly developing a close friendship, possibly due in part to Kit being the Earth counterpart of Adam. He was chosen to be a Kamen Rider at a young age due to his excellent physical condition, and considered it an honor to fight for Ventara.

Len was re-united with Kase, Kamen Rider Siren and Len's girlfriend, who survived Ventara's destruction. He starts to notice that Kit is not being himself since Kase came back and thinking he needs some time, decides that when Kit is ready to become a real Kamen Rider, he can fight with them once more. After listening to Kit talk about his conversation with Xaviax as well as his resolve to fight against him, he welcomes back Kit as he accepts his offer to become a real Kamen Rider. When Kit goes to talk to his father, Len and Kase sense Strike and Wrath. He finds that Xaviax has hijacked Wrath's body to directly fight him, something which insults Len since the original Wrath was his mentor. They are overpowered by their combined force but escape before they receive any more injuries. During their next encounter, he was able to turn the fight on Wrath, but let him go to find Kase and Kit. When Trent gives him the location of the No-Men, Len and Kase break into the building to rescue Kit. They find Kit being attacked by Strike and Wrath and successfully retreat with Kit.

Kase shows Len his Survive card and soon they go off to fight Wrath and Strike. However, JTC manages to steal the Thrust and Sting decks from him only to use those two decks against them. After a long battle, with the group severely weakened, Strike manages to vent Kase. Losing his girlfriend twice to the war, Len chooses to go after Strike with nothing but revenge on his mind. He immediately triggers Survive Mode, and after a short battle with JTC their Final Vents collide, taking Len out of Survive Mode but venting Strike in the process. Wrath shows up and takes on both Len and Kit in their Survive Modes. Wrath proves to be too strong as he overpowers both of them and in the process vents Kit and Vic, but the body of Xaviax is unaffected. History repeats itself as Len again becomes the only Rider remaining in the war against Xaviax. When all hope is lost, Len acquires a letter from Michele Walsh and says that they can still win the war. Being the only Rider that was not sent to the Advent Void, Len was able to reawaken Eubulon. He is given a new mission by him along with Maya who was given the Siren deck, to destroy Xaviax's devices that will transport Earth to Ventara and stall until Eubulon retrieves the other Riders.

Len meets with Adam again and engages in a battle against him in Survive Mode but could not vent him. Maya notices that this is disturbing Len during training. He meets up with Chance, Pryce and Hunt (the original Torque, Strike and Axe respectively). He later goes back to upload a virus to Xaviax's transport devices along with Chance and Pryce. They soon fight some of Xaviax's monsters and are outnumbered until a new Kamen Rider shows up. He talks to the mysterious Rider and is glad to find out that it's Kit. He goes back to reunite with Kase, who is still recovering from the Advent Void. After Eubulon comes back with Maya, Kit and Adam, he runs off to get away from the traitor. After cooling down thanks to Eubulon's wisdom, he listens to Adam's story but still does not trust him. This changes after Adam manages to "shut down" the transmitter and Len admits his mistake and trusts Adam again.

However, he soon discovers that Adam betrayed his trust again, attacking him after uploading the last virus. This culminates into a heated battle with both Riders activating their Survive Modes. After a long battle, Len coaxes Adam to finish him off but finds that he cannot vent him. After finding out that Adam had given Xaviax the virus who in turn would create an anti-virus, he confiscates the Dragon Knight deck from Adam. Bringing him back to base, he would give back the deck realizing that Adam was truly sorry for what he had done and needed him to fight off the last of Xaviax's army. Later, Len, Kit, Adam and Kase would all find themselves face to face against Xaviax, but the General would prove too strong for them. But they were able to distract him long enough for Eubulon to retrieve the remaining Riders from the void and together, all 13 Riders activate their Link Vents and destroy Xaviax once and for all finally ending Len's war after so long.

During the Epilogue, Len congratulates Kit in becoming a true Kamen Rider and together with Kit and Kase, Len help rebuild Ventara and protect Ventara and Earth from the remnants of Xaviax's army as well as any dangers from other worlds behind the mirrors.

Like the other Ventaran Kamen Riders, Len is much older than he looks, due to being in stasis on a rotating schedule. According to Len both in a conversation with Kit in an early episode of the series and again after Lacey comments that Len does not look anywhere near sixty years old after Eubulon was revealed as the alien from Roswell, the Kamen Riders as a whole awaken only once every twelve years unless a threat presents itself that activates an override to the suspended animation state, and then begin the process over again. Adam and Xaviax's infiltration of the Kamen Rider headquarters was one such emergency. One Rider normally stays awake while the others are in stasis until it's time to switch to the next Rider in the rotation (This is how Adam was able to betray the other Riders, as he was the one scheduled to be awake at the time). As he was still trying to wake up, Kase throws him into a mirror, as the overrider awakened her as well, before being vented. As such, Len is somewhere around the age of sixty, despite looking barely older than his early twenties.

Len is portrayed by Matt Mullins and voiced by Peter Doyle in the video game.

Black Wing[edit]

Black Wing is a giant mechanical vampire bat which is Wing Knight's Advent Beast. When Len activates the Survive Mode card, Black Wing evolves into Black Raider, a bat that can turn into a motorcycle.

Wing Knight's Advent Deck[edit]

Wing Knight slots his cards on the crossguard of his rapier called the Black Visor. Can be used as a weapon if he does not have time to slot his cards.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Black Wing to directly attack his opponents.
  • Sword Vent: Conjures a lance-like sword.
  • Trick Vent: Creates several copies of Wing Knight.
  • Nasty Vent: Creates a loud noise emitted by Black Wing.
  • Guard Vent: Uses his cape as a shield.
  • Final Vent: Summons Black Wing for Wing Knight's Final Vent. It has Black Wing fly onto Wing Knight's back, its wings becoming a cape as it locks into place. Wing Knight then jumps into the air, coming down as his cape spins around him like a drill that allows him to pierce through his enemies.
  • Survive: Allows Wing Knight to access Survive Mode and transform Black Wing to Black Raider. When activated, the background of the card shines with a spinning blue wind effect.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all 13 Final Vents.
Wing Knight's Survive Mode Advent Deck[edit]

Wing Knight's slot changes from a rapier to a shield with a sword sheathed inside it called the Black Visor-Zwei. The Survive card is slotted in the back of the shield as the sword's crossguard (either pulled out or inside the shield) is used as the slot for the other cards.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Black Raider to directly attack his opponents.
  • Blast Vent: Summons Black Raider to create a tornado.
  • Sword Vent: Allows Wing Knight to remove his sword.
  • Shoot Vent: Changes the slot (with the sword and shield) to a crossbow that shoots lasers.
  • Guard Vent: Shields Wing Knight with the slot.
  • Trick Vent: Creates several copies of Wing Knight.
  • Final Vent: Summons Black Raider for Wing Knight Survive Mode's Final Vent. It transforms Black Raider to a motorcycle that Wing Knight rides on. It shoots a laser beam from its eyes to paralyze its enemies, then it transforms into a missile for a high-speed ramming attack.

Kamen Rider Incisor[edit]

Kamen Rider Incisor uses his pincers to attack adding another one with his Strike Vent.

Richie Preston[edit]

Richie Preston is a son of a rich family. Richie becomes Kamen Rider Incisor armed with a crab Advent Deck when Xaviax assumes the guise of lawyer Walter Connors and tells him that he was cut off from his family fortune. He is given a false promise of a million dollars for each Rider he defeats. Richie acquires the Incisor Advent Deck and Advent Beast Volcancer. When the Final Vents of Incisor and Wing Knight collide, Wing Knight proves to have the more powerful Vent and Richie disintegrates due to being vented by Wing Knight (although this may be because Incisor had lesser time to charge his final vent), causing him to disappear into the Advent Void and be the first Kamen Rider to be vented in the series. Wing Knight then retrieves the Incisor Advent Deck.

Soon after, Eubulon rescued Richie from the Advent Void and erased his memory returning him to his normal life.


During the final battle, Ian the Ventaran Incisor was rescued from the Advent Void and used his Link Vent to destroy Xaviax.

Richie Preston and Ian are both portrayed by Tony Moras and voiced by Sam Riegel in the video game.


Volcancer is a mechanical humanoid crab which is Incisor's Advent Beast. When Kit as Kamen Rider Dragon Knight first encountered it, he thought it was a wild monster until Kamen Rider Incisor shows up.

Incisor's Advent Deck[edit]

Incisor slots his cards on the pincer on his left arm called the Incisor Visor. Can be used as a weapon.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Volcancer to directly attack his opponents.
  • Strike Vent: Attaches a pincer on his right hand.
  • Guard Vent: Attaches a guard on his left hand.
  • Final Vent: Summons Volcancer for Incisor's Final Vent. It has Volcancer spring Incisor into the air for a spinning somersault attack.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Torque[edit]

Kamen Rider Torque is a long-range fighter, having a default gun which doubles as a slot for Advent Cards. His Launch Vent consists of shoulder cannons and his Shoot Vent summons a larger hand-held cannon.

Drew Lansing[edit]

Drew Lansing is a con-man selling a supposed multi-purpose phone when the cops appeared outside of his shop. When exiting out the other door, he was approached by Xaviax in human form who shows him Ventara. Drew is well aware of Xaviax's plans, but helps him to take control of the world in hopes that he can become his second-in-command and becomes Kamen Rider Torque armed with an Ox Advent Deck. Drew tried to convince Kit that Len was the one working for Xaviax, but Kit was not convinced at first. Drew transformed and drove the Black-Headed Zebra away, convincing Kit during his fight with Len. He and Len ended up fighting each other following an attack by the Red Boar monster. Drew used his Final Vent in an attempt to take down Len but failed. He also berated Kit for failing to aid in the destruction of Len as well as Camo, leading Kit to begin to doubt his friendship with him and whether or not Drew was truly on the side of good. When Maya left a message on Kit's answering machine saying that Drew was lying, Drew attempted to distract Kit by traveling to the scene of the fight, where Drew ended up fighting Camo. He ended up venting Camo, revealing his true intentions to Kit in the process, but Len repelled him before he could vent Kit. This action led to Drew no longer trusting Xaviax who became angry at him for having Camo interfere. After Drew left, Xaviax told Kamen Rider Strike that Drew is a loose cannon. Drew later encounters Brad and tries to recruit him into attacking both Kamen Rider Wing Knight and Xaviax. After failing to "recruit Brad", he is confronted by James and the Newt Monsters when Xaviax caught him scamming against him.

Drew is later seen on the run from Xaviax and eventually meets up with Kit as he tries to convince him to band together. Kit rejects his proposition as they both fight each other. Kit gets the best of Drew, who continues to run as he recalls how he got involved with the whole Kamen Rider war in the first place. James catches up to Drew and challenges him. With a full house, Drew activates his Final Vent which hits everyone in the area. Though they all survive Drew's Final Vent, Kamen Rider Thrust is severely injured by the attack, and is vented by Kamen Rider Strike (who used Kamen Rider Thrust as a shield) shortly after. Drew is attacked by Kamen Rider Strike twice, who hunts him down and vents Kamen Rider Torque, making him the fourth Kamen Rider to be vented as Kamen Rider Strike claims his Advent Deck. The news of this later reaches Len via the Kamen Riders' ability to detect other Kamen Riders.

During the Epilogue, Drew was rescued from the Advent Void by Eubulon and erased his memory returning to his normal life.


Chance is the original Ventaran Kamen Rider Torque. He was rescued by Master Eubulon from the Advent Void. Similar to Drew Lansing, he is prone to the occasional wise-cracks but is serious when it's time to work, but Chance jokes around a lot more than Drew does. Of course, unlike his con-artist counterpart, he's honest and would never lower himself to Drew's level. He is sent to assist Len and Pryce to upload a virus into Xaviax's transmitters. They are confronted by Xavaix's White Minions, outnumbered until Kamen Rider Onyx shows up to even out the fight and is revealed to be the former Earth Dragon Knight, Kit Taylor. When he explains his history with the Onyx deck, Chance and Pryce explain to Kit about the rage of the Advent Beast imposing its will on the rider. After helping destroy the last of the transmitters, he soon finds out that Adam had lied about the transmitters but is willing to forgive him. Chance soon mobilizes to Xaviax's base, helping to create a diversion for Maya and Trent. He soon fights his way and manages to join up with the other Riders and together, activate their Link Vents to destroy Xaviax once and for all. He continues to fight to rebuild Ventara and protect Earth and Ventara.

Due to a filming error, it's not seen how Chance reacquired the Torque deck, but it's assumed that since JTC had taken the Torque deck from Drew when he was vented, Len had acquired the Torque deck when he had vented JTC.

Drew Lansing and Chance are portrayed by Christopher Foley and voiced by Peter Doyle in the video game.


Magnugiga is a giant minotaur robot which is Torque's Advent Beast.

Torque's Advent Deck[edit]

Torque slots his cards on the bottom of his gun (similar to how one loads a clip or magazine into a gun) called the Magna Visor. Can be used as a weapon if Torque is too close for Shoot Vent or Launch Vent.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Magnugiga to directly attack his opponents.
  • Strike Vent: Conjures a minotaur-like horn.
  • Launch Vent: Attaches shoulder cannons on him.
  • Shoot Vent: Conjures a large hand-held cannon.
  • Guard Vent: Conjures a green mechanical shield modeled after Magnugiga's chest.
  • Final Vent: Summons Magnugiga for Torque's Final Vent. It opens its chest compartments (revealing missiles) and lowers its leg cannons as Torque connects his gun to its back, and delivers a devastating barrage of missiles and lasers.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Camo[edit]

Kamen Rider Camo's main ability is his Clear Vent which allows him to cloak himself, mostly to escape danger and to attack unnoticed. His primary weapon is his Hold Vent where he can fight from a distance.

Grant Staley[edit]

Grant Staley is a devious underground martial artist who cheats in his karate fights which he does against his sensei by hiding a wrench in his glove. Grant was recruited by Xaviax in the form of mercenary Race Mattock to take on more challenges and becomes Kamen Rider Camo armed with a chameleon Advent Deck given to him by Xaviax. He ran into Kit and Drew and fought them before being hit by Torque's Launch Vent. As Kamen Rider Camo, Grant used his Clear Vent to turn invisible and escape. He ran into Drew and Kit again where Grant and Drew engaged each other in battle. He ended up being sent to the Advent Void upon being hit by Torque's Final Vent. Thus, he was the second Kamen Rider in the series to be vented. His Advent Deck is claimed by Len.

Grant is rescued from the Advent Void by Eubulon and erased his memories returning him to his normal life.


During the final battle, Eubulon rescues Van the Ventaran Camo, who uses his Link Vent to destroy Xaviax.

Grant Staley and Van are both portrayed by Christopher Babers and voiced by David Vincent in the video game.


Biogreeza is a humanoid chameleon which is Camo's Advent Beast.

Camo's Advent Deck[edit]

Camo slots his cards on the chameleon on his left leg called the Bio Visor which grabs and slots with its tongue.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Biogreeza to directly attack his opponents.
  • Clear Vent: Camo becomes cloaked.
  • Hold Vent: Conjures a yo-yo like weapon.
  • Copy Vent: Copies a target Kamen Rider's appearance. This ability was never used in the series.
  • Final Vent: Summons Biogreeza for Camo's Final Vent. It has Biogreeza wrapping his tongue around Camo and swing him towards an opponent where Kamen Rider Camo grabs the enemy and does a piledriver on the enemy after being thrown. Camo's Final Vent was never used in the series.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Strike[edit]

Kamen Rider Strike is the 5th strongest Kamen Rider. He is a close-range fighter armed with a cobra-like scepter and is cunning in battle. Strike, when used by JTC, is one of the more successful Riders, venting more Riders than anyone else in the series. However, he chooses his battles carefully, not wanting to fight at a clear disadvantage. Xaviax manages to upgrade the Strike deck to include two empty contract cards and captures Metalgelas and Evildiver to allow him to use Thrust and Sting's Advent Cards as well as having the Unite Vent card to fuse them into the powerful Cerebeast. This ability was lost when JTC was vented.

James Trademore[edit]

James Trademore (nicknamed JTC) is a hacker and UFO specialist who is wanted by the US government for stealing some of their files. When he was caught, he was offered a deal by the No-Men: work for them and have his crimes overlooked or spend his time in jail. He declined their offer and consequently was sent to jail. There he was approached by Xaviax who reveals himself to be an alien to James and breaks him out of jail. James joined up with Xaviax to be on the winning side, as well as knowing the truth, and becomes Kamen Rider Strike armed with a cobra Advent Deck. When Xaviax found out that Camo and Torque were fighting each other, he ordered Strike to send Thrust to take care of Wing Knight. Kamen Rider Strike then oversaw the fight between Wing Knight and Thrust, until a fight between Torque and Camo occurred. In Brad's flashback, Strike was summoned by a disguised Xaviax to show Brad the kind of power he could have by joining Xaviax's club. Strike demonstrated this power by easily destroying two of Xaviax's Newt monsters. He is later revealed to be the man who has been contacting Maya and providing her with special top-secret information, regarding the missing people incidents and the Mirror Monsters. James would eventually show up in person to visit Maya. Under the scheme of Xaviax, Maya will lead the other Kamen Riders to Sting, believing that he will think they are aliens and vent them. He is later sent by Xaviax to fight and vent Drew for his disloyalty. He even went after Kit who managed to evade him.

James later engaged Drew in battle. Though he is hit by Drew's Final Vent, Strike survives and uses his Final Vent to send Kamen Rider Thrust to the Advent Void. He and Venosnaker briefly engaged Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and Dragredder before leaving. James later took on Drew again. James counter Drew's Final Vent and then uses his Final Vent to send Drew to the Advent Void. James then claimed Drew's Advent Deck.

He briefly fought Kamen Rider Sting before Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and Kamen Rider Wing Knight appeared. Later, Maya arranged another meeting with James. When Kit, Len, and Chris arrive at the area where James is supposed to meet, James is then abducted by a Minion. James as Kamen Rider Strike attacked Kamen Rider Sting while Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and Kamen Rider Wing Knight fought the Minion. Learning a training move from Len, Chris ends up catching Kamen Rider Strike off guard. Just then, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and Kamen Rider Wing Knight end arriving causing Kamen Rider Strike to retreat. Later, James is introduced to the Cho Brothers in their Kamen Rider Axe and Kamen Rider Spear form immediately approving Xaviax's new Riders. After the Cho Brothers confront Kit, Len and Chris, James ambushes Len and Chris, backing Len into a corner to be vented. However, Chris takes the attack in Len's place and gets vented instead of him. Before their confrontation, James asked the Cho Brothers to stall but not vent Dragon Knight. James later called up Maya telling her that Kit's dad is at Rosedale Industrial Park. This proves unsuccessful as him and Axe are thrown out of the room via a mirror and Spear ended up vented. Afterwards, he tries to console Danny for his loss. Temporarily ditching his snake-like personality, he tries to reason with Danny saying that he cannot beat Xaviax and does not want him vented. He reveals that his brother was put in prison for three years for something he did not do, but being stubborn made him end up staying in jail for life with no chance of a parole. Danny, though he listens to the argument, claims its pointless without Albert and does not care. JTC attacks but spares him, hoping he will come to his senses knowing full well that he cannot fight three Riders at once. However, Danny continues to rebel against Xaviax forcing JTC to interrupt the fight and vent him despite the fact that Axe would vent Dragon Knight given the chance and they would not be at such a disadvantage. He returns to Xaviax who declares fair game on Kit and introduces him to Kamen Rider Wrath. With Xaviax, who fuses with Wrath's body, the both of them start their assault by holding Lacey and Trent hostage and later fighting Len and Kase, who manage to escape. Soon enough, they find and ambush Kit, who had just escaped the No-Men. Before James vents him, Len and Kase stop the both of them, getting away when Maya blocked their exit window.

Xaviax later uses his abilities to give JTC's Advent Deck more power. JTC later steals the Advent Decks of Kamen Rider Thrust and Kamen Rider Sting. During his fight with Kit and Len, he reveals his Advent Deck's upgrade to control more than one Advent Beast when he takes control of Metalgelas and Evildiver before merging them with Venosnaker to form Cerebeast. To keep the Kamen Riders from using their Final Vent on Wrath, Strike summons his three Advent Beasts to attack Dragon Knight and Wing Knight. Strike then uses his Final Vent on Siren.

Dragon Knight later fights Strike until Wing Knight arrives and activates his Survive Mode. This puts JTC on the run as he calls for Xaviax. Both Kamen Riders collide their Final Vents, but Wing Knight's Final Vent was strong enough to send Strike to the Advent Void, making him the ninth Kamen Rider to be vented. Len then claims Strike's Advent Deck and reclaims the Thrust and Sting decks.

During the Epilogue, Eubulon rescued JTC from the Advent Void and erased his memories returning him to his normal life.


Pryce is the original Ventaran Kamen Rider Strike. He was rescued by Master Eubulon from the Advent Void. Similar to James Trademore, his mirror twin, Pryce is very charismatic and friendly. But as JTC has more of a snake-like personality, using that charisma for his own goals, Pryce is a lot more trustworthy and trusting, as well as being a lot more open. In addition he can read others really well often stating when something's wrong about someone. Due to the actions of JTC, Maya Young, who is currently using the Siren deck, does not trust Pryce very much, with Pryce stating that she was giving off an odd energy. Shortly after his rescue, he is ordered to deploy to South America with Len and Chance to upload a virus to Xaviax's transmitters. There they are confronted by Xaviax's White Minions and soon saved by the new Kamen Rider Onyx, who is revealed to be Kit Taylor. Chance and Pryce, after listening to Kit's history with the Onyx deck, explain that the nightmares are caused by the Advent Beast's rage trying to impose its will on the riders. Later he goes with Eubulon and Hunt to locate a transmitter retreating when Hunt gets injured. He returns with Len and Chance to locate it, this time successful. During the mission, he talks about how, while he understands that Adam is truly sorry for his actions, he notices that Adam might still be hiding something important as if he's not telling the whole truth. His hunch was soon correct as he discovered that Adam had given a virus to Xaviax who decoded it. He later set that factor aside as he goes off to fight Xaviax and finish off his army. He later joins the other Kamen Riders to finish off Xaviax with their Link Vents and destroys him.

In between that time, he manages to find out from Maya that she's having trouble with him because of his Earth counterpart JTC. He reassures her that he and JTC, while they look alike, are not the same person. Maya realizes this, and during the Epilogue, they begin dating each other.

James Trademore and Pryce are both portrayed by Scott Bailey and voiced by Kaiji Tang in the video game.


Venosnaker is a giant mechanical cobra which is Strike's Advent Beast. Like Dragon Knight's Dragredder, Strike often involves his Contract Monster Venosnaker in the fight using Venosnaker's acid to melt away cover.


Cerebeast is Strike's combined Advent Beast with the use of Unite Vent card to combine Venosnaker, Thrust's Metalgelas, and Sting's Evildiver to form a chimeric Advent Beast. It has the head and tail of Venosnaker, the horns and body of Metalgelas, and Evildiver mounted on its back (with its wings opened up in different directions).

Strike's Advent Deck[edit]

Strike slots his cards on the top of his scepter called the Veno Visor. Following his Advent Deck being powered up by Xaviax, the upgraded Advent Deck enables JTC to control more than one Advent Beast that he is able to obtain after stealing the Advent Decks of Kamen Rider Thrust and Kamen Rider Sting, as well as their associated cards. This ability was lost when JTC was vented, leaving Strike with his default cards.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Venosnaker to directly attack his opponents.
  • Sword Vent: Conjures a spiral sword that is shaped like Venosnaker's tail.
  • Final Vent: Summons Venosnaker for Strike's Final Vent. It launches Kamen Rider Strike to deliver a devastating bicycle kick.
  • Attack Vent (Thrust): Summons Metalgelas to directly attack his opponents.
  • Strike Vent (Thrust): Conjures a horn-like weapon.
  • Final Vent (Thrust): Summons Metalgelas for Strike's Final Vent. Metalgelas carries Strike on his shoulders, his Strike Vent weapon equipped, as it pierces his enemies in a high-speed charging attack.
  • Attack Vent (Sting): Summons Evildiver to directly attack his opponents.
  • Swing Vent (Sting): Conjures a stingray-like tail to use as a whip.
  • Final Vent (Sting): Summons Evildiver for Strike's Final Vent. Strike rides on Evildiver's back as he crashes into enemies.
  • Unite Vent: Merges Venosnaker, Metalgelas, and Evildiver into Cerebeast.
  • Final Vent (Unite): Summons Cerebeast for Strike's Final Vent. Strike corkscrew kicks his enemies into a vortex that manifests on Cerebeast's torso.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Thrust[edit]

Kamen Rider Thrust relies more on brute strength more so than the other Riders. But his more powerful ability lies in his Confine Vent which allows Thrust to negate the effects of other Advent Cards like Wing Knight's Guard Vent and Sting's Final Vent.

Brad Barrett[edit]

Brad Barrett was originally a motocross player who was banned from motocrossing for a cheating scandal that he did not commit involving fellow racer Joe Stephens. He was approached by Xaviax in the form of Charlie Feathers giving him a false promise to clear his name if he defeated the other Riders in a "tournament" called Battle Club and becomes Kamen Rider Thrust armed with a rhinoceros Advent Deck. Under the orders of Xaviax, Strike sent him down to eliminate Wing Knight. He ambushed Len following the Green Shark monster's retreat, leaving after he witnessed Camo being vented by Torque. Upon recapping past events, Brad takes an interest in Dragon Knight after he refused to fight him while dealing with Newt Monsters. He later baits Dragon Knight into helping him with a squid monster which he easily destroyed before he attacks him to get answers about the "Battle Club". Though he did get confirmed info about the Advent Void and then left. Brad later encounters Drew who tells his side of Xaviax and tries to persuade him to take down Kamen Rider Wing Knight and Xaviax. After admitting the truth about himself, Xaviax confessed to Brad and says that he still has the proof of the setup. Xaviax then gives Brad the option to vent or be vented as he assumes his true form. Forced into doing Xaviax's work in order to clear his name from a scandal, Len and Brad engaged each other in battle again afterwards. Kamen Rider Thrust was taken down, but Wing Knight could not vent him, leading Thrust to retreat.

In the next battle with Len, Kit and Chris tried to get Brad to work with them against Xaviax during the time when Brad was using the Confine Vent to negate the other Vent Moves. With his pride on the line, Brad refused to listen to them and continued to attack the trio until Torque activated his Final Vent attacking everyone with Brad taking the most damage of all of them, though none of them were vented. After recovering from Drew's Final Vent, Kamen Rider Thrust is sent to the Advent Void by Kamen Rider Strike's Final Vent, thus becoming the third Kamen Rider to be vented in the series. Len then grabs Kamen Rider Thrust's Advent Deck. Strike believed that Brad would eventually come around and join Kit and Len, as Chris did, and thus vented him while he was still recovering from Drew's attack. His Advent Deck is claimed by Kit and Len.

Soon after, Eubulon rescued Brad from the Advent Void and erased his memories to return him to his normal life most likely clearing his name in the process.


During the final battle, Cameron the Ventaran Thrust was rescued from the Advent Void and used his Link Vent to destroy Xaviax.

Brad Barrett and Cam are both portrayed by Keith Stone and voiced by Kaiji Tang in the video game.


Metalgelas is an armored humanoid rhinoceros which is Thrust's Advent Beast. Metalgelas later ends up under the control of JTC, only to lose it after being vented.

Thrust's Advent Deck[edit]

Thrust slots his cards in a compartment on his left shoulder called the Metal Visor.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Metalgelas to attack his enemies directly.
  • Strike Vent: Conjures a horn-like weapon.
  • Confine Vent: Negates the last Advent Card slotted.
  • Final Vent: Summons Metalgelas for Thrust's Final Vent. Metalgelas carries Thrust on his shoulders, his Strike Vent weapon equipped, as it pierces his enemies in a high-speed charging attack.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Sting[edit]

Kamen Rider Sting primarily uses the stingray-like slot on his arm as a shield along with his Swing Vent as a whip. Sting also possesses a Copy Vent which allows Sting to copy other Advent Cards and use them as his own, like Dragon Knight's Strike Vent and Sword Vent, and also Wing Knight's Sword Vent.

Chris Ramirez[edit]

Christopher Ramirez, nicknamed Chris, was originally supposed to be a Marine like his father, to uphold a family tradition (four generations of Ramirez men have been marines since WWI). Unfortunately, he was medically discharged for having asthmatic complications that would endanger his life as a soldier, leaving Chris and his father Sergeant Daniel Ramirez's relationship strained. While Chris' father and the doctor argued, he was approached by Xaviax in the form of Special Agent Simons who gave Chris an Advent Deck under the assumption that he is fighting evil aliens from another dimension and becomes Kamen Rider Sting armed with a stingray Advent Deck. Meanwhile, JTC shows Maya pictures of Chris in Kamen Rider form when he appears to her in person. In attempt to bring Chris into the open, Maya and her friends staged a monster attack with little success. Maya did, however catch Chris in action fighting a Mirror Monster. After destroying one of Xaviax's monsters alongside Dragon Knight, Chris proceeds to arrest Kit under the assumption that he is one of the aliens. They soon notice a fight between Kamen Rider Wing Knight and Kamen Rider Thrust. After Thrust leaves, Chris briefly fights Wing Knight as Kamen Rider Dragon Knight tries to convince him to not fight him. Kamen Rider Sting later fights Kamen Rider Wing Knight and their battle continues in Ventara. But an asthma attack leaves Chris defenseless. Kamen Rider Wing Knight shows mercy and does not vent Kamen Rider Sting.

This action sows the seeds of doubt in Chris' mind, and after further urging from Maya, Chris decides to team up with Len and Kit and fight against Xaviax and his evil plans. He helps Kit try to get Brad to help fight Xaviax, but unfortunately Brad refuses to listen. Following Kamen Rider Thrust being sent to the Advent Void, Chris is told about the Advent Void and agrees to help Len and Kit. Chris is brought up to speed when Kit, Len, and Maya tell him about Xaviax and what has happened up to now. After talking to them, he states that they must stop Xaviax at all costs. However, he refuses to help Kit and Len prompting Maya to go after him. When she does go after him, he recaps to her what he did before learning that Xaviax tricked him. After that, he is attacked by Kamen Rider Strike where he is then saved by Wing Knight and Dragon Knight. While meeting up with JTC, he confronts Strike once more putting up more of a fight thanks to a little training by Len. Strike leaves as soon as Wing Knight and Dragon Knight show up again. JTC later attempts to change Chris' loyalties, saying that Xaviax would use high-tech medical technology to cure his asthma ("You can be a Marine again"), as long as he betrayed and vented Wing Knight. Chris does not listen, citing the Marine motto Semper Fidelis, or "Always Faithful". The two transform and fight again, and Chris manages to escape on Evildiver. Chris continues to fight knowing full well his asthma would eventually overtake him and threaten his life, but he would rather go down with honor than stay on the sidelines. During a battle with Strike, Axe and Spear, Len is almost vented by Strike, but Chris jumps in the way, sacrificing himself to save his friend. Chris is the fifth Kamen Rider to be vented in the series, but the first one that was fighting for Earth and Ventara as opposed to their own interests. Kit and Len both vow to find a way to bring Chris back when they claim his Advent Deck.

Eubulon later rescues Chris from the Advent Void and cures his asthma. During the Epilogue, he then returns to the Marines to fight for his country once more. Despite being cured of his asthma by Eubulon, it is unknown or it is never stated if Chris' memory is erased by Eubulon, like the earth riders except Kit, but it is assumed that Eubulon either forget or decides to let Chris keep his memory of being Kamen Rider Sting.


During the final battle, Eubulon rescued Quinn the Ventaran Sting who used his Link Vent to destroy Xaviax.

Chris Ramirez and Quinn are both portrayed by Michael Cardelle and voiced by Jack Bauer in the video game.


Evildiver is a flying mechanical stingray which is Sting's Advent Beast. Evildiver later ends up under the control of JTC, who loses it after being vented.

Sting's Advent Deck[edit]

Sting slots his cards on the stingray-like slot on his left arm called the Evil Visor. Can be used as a shield.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Evildiver to attack his enemies directly.
  • Swing Vent: Conjures a stingray-tail to use as a whip.
  • Copy Vent: Copies the last Advent Card slotted and obtains a copy as if it was his own.
  • Final Vent: Summons Evildiver for Sting's Final Vent. Kamen Rider Sting rides on Evildiver's back as he crashes into enemies.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Axe[edit]

Kamen Rider Axe is a very melee oriented Rider either using his Axe (which is his slot) or his Strike Vent claws. He also gets an edge on his opponents by immoblizing them with Freeze Vent.

Danny Cho[edit]

Danny Cho is a money-hungry thief, but he always puts his family first. He lived a harsh life with only his brother Albert to help support him and vice versa. Following a recent motorcycle heist, he was approached by Xaviax who offered him and his brother a big paycheck in exchange for participating in "the biggest heist on Earth." Danny becomes Kamen Rider Axe, a Kamen Rider with a tiger Advent Deck. He and Albert would be rewarded if they can defeat Kamen Rider Wing Knight. Len quickly stole his Advent Deck while they were transforming on their first time meeting. He and Albert later crashed Grace's Book Store and ended up fighting Kit, Len, and Chris. Like Drew and JTC, he is completely aware of Xaviax's true motives but will go along with him to get what he wants. After his brother is vented, Danny goes on a personal vendetta against Kit in order to avenge him in spite of Xaviax's orders. He was warned by Xaviax to stay away from Kit or he will join Albert in the Advent Void. Driven off by Siren before he could use his Final Vent on Kit, Danny's given a final chance. However he does not take James' words to heart and continues his path of vengeance. But during a battle with Kit, Strike appears and uses his Final Vent on Danny sending him to the Advent Void. Danny is the seventh Kamen Rider to be vented in the series.

During the Epilogue, Eubulon rescues Danny from the Advent Void and erases his memories to return him to his normal life.


Hunt is the original Ventaran Kamen Rider Axe. He was rescued by Master Eubulon from the Advent Void. He's a lone wolf type person who tends to fight on his own rather than with the other Riders. This serves as a strong contrast to his Earth counterpart, Danny Cho, who would often be with his brother Albert during jobs. Shortly after his rescue, he is deployed to Asia to upload a virus to Xaviax's transmitters. When Adam attempts to rejoin the other Riders by assisting Hunt in destroying monsters, Hunt does not buy into his act and threatens to vent him if he continues to follow. He returns to meet Kit, both initially wary of each other due to past experiences with the other's twin, but soon accepting each other as fellow Riders. While he does not still trust Adam, he is accepting of him for the time being. He goes on a mission with Pryce and Eubulon to shut down a transmitter. He is overwhelmed by Wildboarder and the White Minions resulting in Hunt becoming injured enough to be put in a healing trance. He recovers in time for the final battle against Xaviax fighting his way through his army and finally destroying Xaviax by using his Link Vent. He continues to fight as a Kamen Rider from remnants of Xaviax's army and helps to rebuild Ventara.

Danny Cho and Hunt are both portrayed by Mike Moh and voiced by Grant George in the video game.


Destwilder is an armored humanoid white tiger which is Axe's Advent Beast.

Axe's Advent Deck[edit]

Axe slots his cards in his axe in the tiger like top called the Dest Visor. Can be used as a weapon if he's not using his Strike Vent.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Destwilder to attack his enemies directly as an ally.
  • Strike Vent: Conjures a set of claws similar to Destwilder claws.
  • Freeze Vent: Freezes the opponent's Advent Beast for a certain period of time.
  • Final Vent: Summons Destwilder for Axe's Final Vent. Destwilder knocks the target across the floor and lets Axe finish his prey with a claw-based stab slap in the torso.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Spear[edit]

Kamen Rider Spear is a close range Rider with his Spin Vent to aid him. Unlike other Riders, which have only one Advent Beast aiding them, Attack Vent calls out multiple Zelles as well as Gigazelle to aid him in overwhelming his opponents.

Albert Cho[edit]

Albert Cho is Danny's younger brother who will always fight by his side. Like his brother, he was approached by Xaviax who offered him and Danny a big paycheck in exchange for participating in "the biggest heist on Earth." He ends up becoming Kamen Rider Spear, a Kamen Rider with a gazelle Advent Deck. He likes being a Kamen Rider, as it makes him feel much tougher. He is extremely inexperienced in fighting with Len quickly stealing his Advent Deck while transforming. He and Danny later crashed Grace's Book Store and ended up fighting Kit, Len, and Chris. Like Drew and JTC, he is completely aware of Xaviax's true nature and will go along with him to get what he wants. After Sting is vented, Albert and Danny ambush Kit along with JTC but Kit repels them and uses his Final Vent on Spear thus sending him to the Advent Void. Albert is the sixth Kamen Rider to be vented in the series. His Advent Deck is claimed by Kit, but is then given to Len.

Soon after, Eubulon rescues Albert from the Advent Void and erases his memories to return him to normal life.


During the final battle, Eubulon manages to rescue Chase the Ventaran Spear who uses his Link Vent to destroy Xaviax.

Albert Cho and Chase are both portrayed by Tony Sano and voiced by Vic Mignogna in the video game.


Gigazelle is a humanoid gazelle[2] which is Spear's Advent Beast. When Gigazelle is summoned, it's also accompanied by fellow Zelle monsters Magazelle, Omegazelle, and Megazelle.

Spear's Advent Deck[edit]

Spear slots his cards on the slot on his right knee called the Gazelle Visor.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Gigazelle and the other Zelles to attack his enemies directly.
  • Spin Vent: Conjures a twin drill weapon.
  • Final Vent: Summons Gigazelle and other Zelles for Spear's Final Vent. The Zelles stampede a target before Spear unleashes a powerful knee strike to the enemy's head.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Siren[edit]

Siren's main design is very similar to Wing Knight's with a similar slot and fighting style. Unlike Wing Knight, she's a bit more forceful and ruthless, arguably more powerful than Wing Knight. However she does not have as many Advent Cards or have the variety that Wing Knight has. But because her and Wing Knight have very similar styles, they work very well together. The Siren deck is the only deck that passes from two different people of two different DNA structures due to Eubulon's influence.

She is voiced by Elle Deets in the video game.


Kase is the original Kamen Rider Siren, the sole female Kamen Rider, with a swan Advent Deck, and is a fellow survivor of Ventara like Len. She is eager hunter who acts the complete opposite of Len, who was unaware that she had survived. During the time Adam betrayed the other Riders, she quickly took herself and Len out of suspended animation and managed to throw him into a mirror and is thought to have been lost by both Len and Xaviax. Before escaping, she managed to steal two Survive Mode cards for Dragon Knight and Wing Knight (unable to get her own in time). She battles Xaviax's monsters in secret and slowly makes her way back to Len. She first appeared to fight off Xaviax's minion Mirror Monsters and easily defeats them. She later crashes the battle between Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and Kamen Rider Axe (before the latter could use his Final Vent on the former). She battled Kamen Rider Axe which ends up with Kamen Rider Axe retreating. She then attacks Kamen Rider Dragon Knight until Kamen Rider Wing Knight appears and reveals that she knows him when she asks why Len is "protecting Xaviax's Riders." It was revealed that Kase is Len's girlfriend, and they are overjoyed to see each other alive. She decides to test Kit by battling him and ends up defeating him in a sparring match. She does not accept Kit as the new Dragon Knight and feels that Kit is too inexperienced to even be considered a Rider but trusts Len's judgement. She feels uneasy the next time she sees him as she begins to see the similarities in personality that Kit and Adam has stating that it was the attitude Kit has that started Adam's betrayal. But after knowing his resolve, she accepts Kit as a Kamen Rider and apologizes for her earlier behavior. While waiting for Kit to return, Len and Kase sense Strike and Wrath and manage to save Lacey and Trent, but they are easily overpowered by the Xaviax-powered Wrath and Strike. They are able to escape before sustaining any more injuries. Eventually, Trent gives them the location where Kit is being held and they attempt to rescue him. They find him being attacked by Wrath and Strike but manage to save him. Returning to the bookstore, she heals Kit's injured leg. After escaping the No-Men from the bookstore, she shows Kit and Len their Survive Cards saying they will be necessary as they are no longer fighting amateurs. Soon afterwards, Kase is forced to battle both Wrath and a hybrid monster. When her back is turned, Strike uses a Final Vent on her. Kase is the eighth Kamen Rider to be vented in the series. Len retrieves his fallen girlfriend's deck and promises revenge for her. Her venting was avenged when Len uses Survive Mode to vent Strike.

Kase is later rescued from the Advent Void by Master Eubulon, and reunites with Len while she is recovering. Afterwards, Maya returns the Advent Deck to her; Kase says that she is proud of her not just for her work as a Kamen Rider, but also as a journalist who exposes the truth amongst the lies. She later speaks with Kit in private and convinces him to give Adam a chance to prove himself like she did with him. After Maya senses something wrong with Adam, Kase and Kit go off to follow Len and Adam. They find the two fighting each other. She soon finds out from Adam that he had given Xaviax the virus who decoded it and created an anti-virus. She forgives him as she realizes that he is needed in the final battle and that he truly is sorry for his previous actions, reaffirming this with Kit. Kase and Kit both distract Xaviax and his monsters from detecting Trent and Maya who both manage to get a mirror inside Xaviax's base. Kase and the others manage to get inside and together with Len, Kit and Adam, fight off Xaviax. Though no match for the mighty General, they fought him off long enough for Eubulon to rescue the other Riders and together, they all use their Link Vents to destroy Xaviax.

During the Epilogue, she continues to date Len as she helps rebuild Ventara and protect Ventara and Earth from remnants of Xaviax's army as well as dangers from other worlds behind the mirrors.

Kase in the beginning did not approve too well with Kit, mostly because of Adam's betrayal and the fact that she, as a fighter, felt that Kit was too inexperienced. Eventually she becomes somewhat like an older sister-like mentor to Kit similar to Len who has been mentoring him up to that point as an older brother-like mentor. Thus when Len was out on his missions when Eubulon returned, Kase helped Kit with his problems.

Kase is portrayed by Carrie Reichenbach.

Maya Young[edit]

Maya Young is a young woman who is investigating the mysterious disappearances and believes in conspiracies, getting caught up in the Kamen Rider battle. She is a member of the website, which is themed around conspiracy theories and strange anomalies, especially those centering on the Mirror Monsters. To this end, she enlists Kit's help in uncovering the mysteries surrounding Ventara and the Mirror Monsters, although Lacey thinks she's just trying to ask him out.

Due to her attempted abduction by one of the Newt Monsters, she is able to see the Mirror Monsters when no one else can.

Following an attempt to flush out a Kamen Rider by staging a monster attack, Michelle Walsh snapped the pictures of the attempt and Maya is fired from the website. Maya has since distanced herself from the reporter and continues her pursuit of uncovering the mysteries of the Kamen Riders. She finds that her information was stolen, and in response, she deletes her work as a paranormal investigator so that she would not get targeted by the feds.

While discussing how to counter Xaviax's plans, Eubulon reassigns the Siren deck to Maya to help Len while he goes to retrieve the other Riders. He gives her the ability to fight by installing the memories of the previous Siren owner, Kase, making her the second Kamen Rider Siren. She later meets Chance, Pryce, and Hunt, some of the original Riders. Due to her past experiences with JTC, she feels uneasy around Pryce, despite his attempts to befriend her. During a confrontation against several Mirror Monsters, Maya meets up with Adam who attempts to befriend the Earth Rider since he failed with the Ventaran Riders. She is put off by his attempts, though not once did he attack her. Kit later shows up, and after arguing, Kit and Adam fight each other, though Maya wants them both to stop.

After Kase comes back from the Advent Void, she returns the Advent Deck back to her saying that fighting as a Kamen Rider was one of the best experiences in her life, but her journalistic career comes first. Thus the Siren Deck passes from Maya back to Kase. She soon senses that something is wrong with Adam when he leaves with Len to the last transmitter, which is confirmed to be true. She also manages to patch the bad relations with Pryce realizing that Pryce and JTC, though they look the same, are two different people.

Along with Trent, she manages to sneak inside Xaviax's base to allow the other Kamen Riders to infultrate the base as the shield surrounding it only allowed people who were not locked to an Advent Deck inside. There she witnessed the 13 Kamen Riders use their Link Vents and destroy Xaviax once and for all.

During the Epilogue, she makes a children's book detailing the events of the whole series, which she passes off as fiction promising to keep the Rider's identities a secret. It becomes a popular book as she is seen in a book signing, even meeting up with Kit, Len and Kase, with Len jokingly apologizing about her camera from the start of the series. Also, she starts dating Pryce who also visits her in her book signing.

Maya Young is portrayed by Aria Alistar.


Blancwing is a giant mechanical swan which is Siren's Advent Beast.

Siren's Advent Deck[edit]

Siren slots her cards in the crossguard of her rapier called the Blanc Visor. Can be used as a weapon if she does not have enough time to slot her cards.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Blancwing to directly attack her enemies.
  • Sword Vent: Conjures a twin blade-like weapon
  • Guard Vent: Conjures a shield and shoot feathers to confuse enemies.
  • Final Vent: Summons Blancwing for Siren's Final Vent. Blancwing attacks the enemy from behind by producing a gust with its wings sending them flying into the path of Siren's sword attack.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents.

Kamen Rider Wrath[edit]

Kamen Rider Wrath is the 2nd strongest Kamen Rider. Wrath can easily take on stronger Riders, especially when Xaviax uses the body. He can easily overpower others with two swords for Sword Vent. He is also the only Kamen Rider who can teleport allowing him to disappear in a flash, leaving behind a cloud of gold feathers which he can use even when preparing his Final Vent. This technique does not require a card to perform. In addition, he can also teleport with others.

Vic Frasier[edit]

Vic Frasier is a powerfully-built construction worker who was in a coma due to a construction accident. Xaviax drains his life energy like he did with Kit's father and uses his body to transform into Kamen Rider Wrath, a Kamen Rider with a phoenix Advent Deck. Xaviax decides to use Vic's body as he decides that eliminating Len, Kase and Kit are more important. During his first fight using Wrath's body, Xaviax and JTC easily overpower Len and Kase forcing them to retreat. They give chase, but lose them. Later, they find Kit and introduce him to the gold armored Wrath. They easily overpower him, but are interrupted by Len and Kase who manage to get away when Maya blocks their exit window. Soon he meets Len and Kase and they both fight him. Len retreats to save Kit, leaving him alone with Kase. After a long battle, he ends up distracting Kase as Strike vents her. He fights Kit, but is unable to make it to Strike in time to save him. He then fights Kit and Len in their Survive Modes but overpowers them. Readying his Final Vent, he is attacked by Kit's Final Vent, but dodges via teleport and aims his own Final Vent at Kit, venting him. However, the impact ends up venting Wrath as well, making him the eleventh and final Kamen Rider vented immediately following Kit. Even when vented however, only the body of Vic Frasier is sent to the Advent Void leaving Xaviax intact.

Soon after, Vic was rescued from the Advent Void and possibly healed him from his coma.


Nolan is the original Kamen Rider Wrath and was Len's mentor, similar to how Len currently mentors Kit. Because of this, Len despises how Xaviax is using Vic Frasier's body, especially since Xaviax also uses his human form.

During the final battle, Nolan was rescued from the Advent Void and used his Link Vent to destroy Xaviax.

Vic Frasier and Nolan are both portrayed by Mark Cameron Wystrach and voiced by Liam O'Brien in the video game.


Goldphoenix is a golden mechanical phoenix which is Wrath's Advent Beast.

Wrath's Advent Deck[edit]

Wrath slots his cards in his staff called the Gold Visor.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Goldphoenix to directly attack his enemies by spinning.
  • Sword Vent: Conjures dual sabers in the shape of a phoenix's wings left saber fire and right saber ice.
  • Guard Vent: Conjures a shield in the shape of a phoenix's tail with a triangular hole.
  • Final Vent: Summon's Goldpheonix for Wrath's Final Vent. Goldphoenix lifts Kamen Rider Wrath as a parasail into the air and enables him to do a body slam upon an opponent while engulfed in flames. Unlike other Final Vents, Wrath's Final Vent is suicidal as he can possibly vent himself in the process if he's not careful and/or if he misses the target and crashes into walls or the ground.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents which link together.

Kamen Rider Onyx[edit]

Kamen Rider Onyx is a black-colored copy of Kamen Rider Dragon Knight armed with a black Japanese Dragon Advent Deck; he is the 3rd strongest Kamen Rider, and is stronger than Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. Onyx is a newly created Kamen Rider, which is why no other Rider recognized the armor, thus increasing the total number of Kamen Riders to 13. He first appeared to ambush Kit and knock him into Ventara. When Kit is taken down by Onyx, it turns out to be a nightmare. The next time Onyx shows up is actually Kit (as Dragon Knight) retransforming into the black-armored Onyx venting Wing Knight and confronting Siren. However, it turns out to be just another nightmare.

Onyx originally represented the struggle that Kit was going through, confronting Onyx when he was feeling useless because of his jealousy towards Kase and using Onyx's power when confronted by Xaviax about his father. This was due to a phenomenon that Chance and Pryce refer to as the Advent Beast's rage imposing its will on the Rider's mind.

When Kit is taken out of the Advent Void, Eubulon tries to give Kit the Onyx Advent Deck. Kit initially refuses to use it due to his nightmares, but accepts it when Eubulon and Kase reassure him that those events were only nightmares, which confirmed by Chance & Pryce about the Advent Beast's rage for imposing its will on the rider. Kit uses its power to help Len and the other Riders. He later confronts Adam, who has the Dragon Knight Deck, and fights him until Eubulon interrupts the battle. Kit joined forces with the Ventaran Riders, and worked with them to defeat Xaviax, first by defending Earth from attacking Mirror Monsters and also working to render Xaviax's teleporters useless via the virus used to negate them. Kit is present when the team travels en masse to Ventara to storm Xaviax's headquarters, and also joins the other twelve Riders in using the Link Vent to destroy the alien tyrant.

Kit retains the Onyx armor until the final episode of the series, when he reclaims the Dragon Knight Deck/armor when Eubulon gives him the choice of which Deck to use. The current whereabouts and user of the Onyx Deck, if one exists, are unknown.

With exactly the same design and Deck, Kamen Rider Onyx has the same combat potential as Dragon Knight, a balanced rider with a variety of cards at his disposal using his own dragon to help fight. Because Onyx is exactly the same as the Dragon Knight armor, Kit has no trouble using it. The Onyx Deck is unique among the Advent Decks as the dragon emblem on the Deck is black rather than gold. The only card the Onyx Deck appeared to lack was the Survive Mode Card. As every Rider was supposed to have a Survive Mode Card according to Kase when the Cards were introduced, it's unknown as to why Onyx lacks this Card since it was a newly created Deck and therefore should have had the Survive Mode Card among the others, since the Card would not have been left in the original base of the Kamen Riders, where the others, aside from those for Dragon Knight and Wing Knight, were left behind when Xaviax had infiltrated it.


Dragblacker is a black dragon that is a clone of Dragredder.

Onyx's Advent Deck[edit]

Like Dragon Knight, Onyx slots his Cards on the dragon-like slot on his left arm called the Black Drag Visor.

  • Attack Vent: Summons Dragblacker to directly attack his opponents.
  • Sword Vent: Conjures a black dragon-designed broadsword.
  • Strike Vent: Attaches a black dragon-like gauntlet on his right hand to shoot a burst of black flames assisted by Dragblacker.
  • Guard Vent: Attaches black dragon-like guards on his arms.
  • Final Vent: Summons Dragblacker for Onyx's Final Vent. Onyx jumps into the air while Dragblacker emits dark energy that paralyzes the opponent's legs, then he delivers a flying side kick with Dragblacker flying behind to boost the attack's power with its dark flame.
  • Link Vent: Unites and unleashes the power of all of 13 Final Vents.


Eubulon, known as the "Advent Master", is the creator of the Kamen Riders and comes from the Planet Karsh. He once worked with General Xaviax in the planets North army by developing weapons for him in their war against the South. Although the North won, Karsh was turned into a waste land and Eubulon was enlisted by Xaviax to create a transportation device that would send a mass amount of people from other planets as slaves to rebuild their world, starting with Ventara. When he arrived, he fell ill and almost died. He was taken in by a Ventaran family who helped him recover and this helped him realize that he couldn't enslave a peaceful planet. He soon told Xaviax that he wouldn't take the Ventarans and that they would have to find another way to save Karsh. Unfortunately, the general refused to listen, leading him to think that Eubulon had committed treason and with this he decided to enslave the people of Ventara Himself. Eubulon warned The Planet's leaders of what was coming and then created the Kamen Riders to stop Xaviax, while the Ventarans selected twelve of their very best to take up the mantle. Eubulon also created an advent deck and powers just for himself and has the ability to change the DNA sequence of the other Rider Decks so anyone can use them. He fought Xaviax to a draw and ended up being found on Earth in Roswell, New Mexico. He warned the No-men of Xaviax upon his arrival but he was injured badly and unable to tell them anything else.

60 years later, Len was brought in to help Eubulon deactivate from his armor. Len had informed him about Adam's betrayal and of Xaviax's activities. With Xaviax on the move, Eubulon reassigns the Siren deck to Maya as she helps Len stall Xaviax while he goes to retrieve the other Riders in the Advent Void. He manages to bring back the Ventaran Torque, Strike and Axe (named Chance, Pryce and Hunt respectively). As he and Len explain their current situation to them, he gives them a flash drive that will upload a computer virus into Xaviax's transmitters as they will need all of them to retrieve the people of Ventara. Eubulon then goes back to the Advent Void to retrieve Kase and Kit. When he brings the two of them out of the Advent Void, he gives Kit the Onyx deck to help out Len, Chance and Pryce. After returning to the No-Men's base, he begins repairing the Void key in order for it to fully function again, before sensing Maya in trouble and sending Kit to assist her.

When he senses Kit and Adam fighting each other, he interrupts their battle in order to hear out Adam's side of the story and to prevent Kit from giving into his anger. He brings Adam back to the base to hear him out, but the other Riders aren't interested. Len leaves the base, but Eubulon follows him and manages to have the others trust Adam, if only slightly. He goes with Pryce and Hunt to locate another transmitter in Africa, but they have a difficult time searching for it. After being ambushed by some of Xaviax's monsters, the three riders retreat when Hunt gets injured. Eubulon begins to heal Hunt when they return to base.

Eubulon, while meditating, is sought out by Kit and Maya who ask him about the origin of the Kamen Riders. He tells them that he's from Karsh like Xaviax, as well as the Planets history and about the creation of the Kamen Riders. Eubulon adds that because he invited the teleportation transmitters, it'll be his fault if Xaviax wins.

Later, Eubulon discovers the reactivated transmitters. When Adam and Len return, Adam tells everyone what happened to him and Eubulon explains that he would never do something like that, leading Kit to realize that it was a trap set up by Xaviax. He sends the Riders along with Trent and Maya to Xaviax's base and hands them each a Link Vent card which, when used by all 13 Kamen Riders, will combine all 13 of their Final Vents and unleash it into one devastating attack. When the Riders destroy the shield generator, Eubulon manages to stop Xaviax right before he activates the teleportation sequence. The evil General berates The Advent Master for "abandoning His own people" on Karsh, but Eubulon justifies his decision by saying that Xaviax destroyed their planet through war and that he couldn't let him destroy another. He also adds that while their species time of existence is done, humans still have a chance of survival. Xaviax becomes even angrier at this and says that Karsh and its people are superior above all others and that he won't let anything, including Eubulon cause their race to die out. This leads to a battle between the two of them with Xaviax gaining the upper hand. Eubulon is then saved by the two dragon Riders who, along with Len and Kase, distract Xaviax long enough for the Advent Master to bring the remaining six Riders back from the Advent Void. Soon enough, all 13 Kamen Riders use their Link Vents and destroy Xaviax once and for all. Eubulon states that their work is far from finished and together with the other Riders, he manages to bring back the people of Ventara.

During the Epilogue, he rescues all of the other earth riders and wipes there memories of them being riders. He even cured Chris of his asthma and most likely cleared Brad of his cheating scandal and brought Vic out of his Coma. He also separates and retires Adam from the Dragon Knight deck and gives it to Kit Taylor, who has officially become Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. Using his technology, he continues to help rebuild Ventara and assist the Kamen Riders from any more evil that may threaten Ventara and Earth.

Eubulon is portrayed by Mark Dacascos.

Eubulon's Advent Deck[edit]

Eubulon's slot works very differently from the other Kamen Riders. Unlike the others, his is a swipe-based card reader (located on his right arm) and when swiped, the card burns up (though this may just be due to the fact it was actually Xaviax shape-shifted into the form of Eubulon and copying his powers at the time). In addition, his cards are horizontally designed, unlike the other Riders whose cards are designed vertically. Eubulon never actually uses his cards, They were only used in episode 36 by Xaviax in Eubulon's form when he confronts Adam, though it's assumed that Eubulon has these cards since his Advent Key also acts as an Advent Deck.

  • Sword Vent: Conjures a spiked blade like lance that can shoot blue fire.
  • Speed Vent: Accelerates Eubulon to high speeds.


The No-Men are a group of government agents that get involved in the Earth/Ventaran conflict. Introduced as secondary antagonists where they capture Kit Taylor in order to know about the Kamen Riders, they soon are revealed as allies where they had found Eubulon's body. Among its known members are:

Agent Phillips[edit]

Agent Phillips is the head of the "No-Men" and Michelle Walsh's superior. When he received the info from Michelle about the Kamen Riders, Xaviax, and the Mirror Monsters, he instructed Michelle to head up a mission to apprehend Kit Taylor. They succeeded and Agent Phillips arranged for a "demonstration" by having the door to Kit's cell opened to lead him to a Mirror Monster.

Following the venting of Kit Taylor at the hands of Kamen Rider Wrath, Agent Phillips led Len, Maya, Lacey, and Trent to where Eubulon was held. Agent Phillips offered Trent an opportunity to work for them or go to jail (the same offer he previously gave to JTC).

He is currently assisting the Kamen Riders, using the No-Men's headquarters as the temporary base for Eubulon's forces.

Agent Phillips is portrayed by Jamison Jones.

Michelle Walsh[edit]

Michelle Walsh is initially introduced as a reporter working under Maya's online editor who is intent to uncover the truth, yet is too arrogant to realize what is really happening in the city.

When Maya tries to flush out the Kamen Rider, Michelle takes photos that stated that Maya faked a monster abduction, resulting in Maya getting fired by the site's online editor. Since Maya's termination, Michelle has secretly shadowed her to find out what she truly knows about the mysterious abductions.

However, Michelle is revealed as a member of a government agency called the "No-Men" sent to uncover the mysteries of the abductions. After learning about the Kamen Riders, she is instructed by Agent Phillips to go after Kit and capture him. She attempts to question Kit and learn more about Ventara, but Kit manages to escape. After that, she and some No-Men Agents head out in pursuit of the Riders dragging Maya, Trent, and Lacey along. A short time later, following a long battle with only Len remaining in the aftermath, she shows up with a mysterious photo, giving Len hope that they can win the war against Xaviax.

She takes Len, Maya, Trent, and Lacey to Eubulon and is now locating Xaviax's teleportation devices. She eventually talks to Maya and Trent about her past actions saying that she was putting her job above all else and makes amends to their relationship. During the epilogue, she continues to work for the No-Men but is trying to be a little more patient.

Michelle Walsh is portrayed by Kathy Christopherson.

Other characters[edit]

Lacey Sheridan[edit]

Lacey Sheridan is Maya's best friend. She is a spunky, stylish teenager who takes an instant liking to Kit, as she thinks he's cute and approves of Maya trying to get with him. She is also stubborn and for the most part only humors Maya's endeavors to find out more about the Kamen Riders. However, as time progressed, Lacey has gotten annoyed at Maya's fixation on the Rider War and makes futile attempts to draw Maya's attention away.

Lacey finally believes Maya when she witnesses Kit, Len, Chris and Danny enter Ventara, followed by the transformation of Albert into Kamen Rider Spear. At first she walks away in disbelief but is later seen showing regret for not believing Maya. She is then tricked by Michelle Walsh into stealing Maya's research on the Kamen Riders, thinking that it is for her own good. When she realizes what she did was wrong, she confesses that she stole Maya's research. Maya is at first furious with Lacey, but later forgives her and gets her help in sneaking away from the bookstore to find Kit. Later, Lacey, Maya, and Trent are captured by the No-Men, and they all find Len after his battle with Wrath.

Lacey, knowing that she would not be any help, left Maya and Trent promising Michelle not to tell anyone of the events that has taken place. During the Epilogue, she now works in the bookstore which, thanks to Lacey's influence, now has a clothing section. Lacey also follows Maya to her book signings.

Lacey Sheridan is portrayed by Marisa Lauren.

Trent Moseley[edit]

Trent Moseley is a young teenager who works with Maya at Grace's book store. He has known Kit since he was in high school and does not trust him due to his past as a thief (Kit however, was Framed by Xaviax). His behavior around Maya seems to hint that he may have a crush on her, which only furthers his dislike of Kit, whom Trent believes has caught Maya's interest romantically; however, his animosity towards Kit has slowly diminished. He is also an admirer of JTC.

After witnessing the transformation of Kamen Rider Spear, he fully believes that the Kamen Riders exist. Upon learning from Maya that JTC is in fact Kamen Rider Strike, he becomes very disappointed that the person he looked up to turned out to be "a loser."

When Kit is captured by the No-Men, Trent and his geek friends named Brandon and Fish hack into their database in order to find Kit's location. He relays the information to Maya, Len, and Kase. He is later captured by the No-Men along with Lacey and Maya. Trent is later brought in to the No-Men, from whom he learns that JTC was offered a chance to work with them to avoid going to jail. Trent ended up taking up the offer to work with them and work out the scanners to detect the teleportation beacons and assist Len, Maya, and Eubulon.

When Chance, Pryce, and Hunt come back from the Advent Void, Trent is initially uneasy around them due to his experience with JTC, Pryce's twin, and Danny, Hunt's twin, but warmed up to them once he found out they were geeks like him. Together they discovered the remaining transmitters.

During the final battle, he sneaks into Xaviax's base, along with Maya, who manages to set up a mirror for the other Riders to go into. He later witnesses the 13 Kamen Riders use their Link Vents and destroy Xaviax. During the Epilogue, Trent is still working full-time with the No-Men becoming somewhat of a liaison between Ventara and Earth. He also accompanies Maya to her book signings.

Trent Moseley is portrayed by Taylor Emerson.

Frank Taylor[edit]

Frank Taylor is the father of Kit Taylor who disappeared when he was 17. He has appeared to Kit in visions. Maya and Trent found him in the hospital in a catatonic state. He is later kidnapped by JTC and Xaviax, who use him to blackmail Kit. After rescuing him, Kit's latest vision from him tells him that he does not have much time left and Kit must make a decision soon.

Frank is briefly awakened to talk to his son by Xaviax, attempting to bring Kit onto his side, but returns to his catatonic state moments later. This discussion with his father convinced Kit, already opposed to working alongside Xaviax's Riders, to firmly and totally spurn Xaviax's attempts at recruitment, and placed him firmly in the camp of Len and Kase, who at the time were all that remained of the Ventaran Riders. During his discussion with Kit, Frank revealed that he had seen something in a mirror (presumably Xaviax or one of his minions) just before he went missing. He had no idea of what was going on or even how he had ended up in the hospital. Since Xaviax's failure to use Frank as a barganing chip to recruit Kit, Frank remained in catatonic condition at the hospital.

After the final battle, Eubulon was able to revive Frank Taylor. It appears that Frank finds out about Kit's adventures and appears to fully support his decision to continue fighting and protecting everyone as a Kamen Rider.

Frank Taylor is portrayed by Jeff Davis.

Grace Keifer[edit]

Grace Keifer is a woman who runs a book store and is Maya's aunt.

Grace Keifer is portrayed by Victoria Jackson.

Detective Grimes[edit]

Detective Grimes is a police detective who is a family friend of Kit Taylor and an old friend of Kit's father.

Grimes is portrayed by James Patterson.


Sarah is a Ventara girl who Adam falls in love with while on duty. She is unaware of the circumstances surrounding Ventara, as she's held in an illusion created by Xaviax. She awakens when Xaviax is defeated and Adam reveals what happened to Ventara, but it appears that she forgives him.

Sarah is portrayed by Camila Greenberg.


General Xaviax[edit]

General Xaviax is an alien from planet Karsh and the main antagonist of the series. He tricked Adam, the original Dragon Knight, into letting him into the Kamen Rider base under the pretense that he would un-link the Riders from their Advent Decks, and attacked the sleeping riders and vented them all but Len and Kase, who managed to get away (though at the time Xaviax thought Kase had been vented as well). Regretting his actions Adam secludes himself and Sarah, his girlfriend in an illusion Xaviax created. Thus Xaviax begins his hunt to eliminate Len, the only Kamen Rider that stands in his way for global domination.

His world was destroyed by a war, between the planet's north (led by Xaviax) and its south. Though the north won, they left the planet in ruins. After Eubulon rebelled, he made his conquest of Ventara and his desire to conquer Earth, personal. To that end, he uses his shape-shifting powers to find ideal pawns to aid him as his Kamen Riders, tricking some of them into believing they are doing the greater good or offering them something they desire. He displays only one human form in the series, but takes on different aliases to suit his needs and recruit Riders to his cause.

  • In his earlier plots, Xaviax revealed himself as an alien to get James "JTC" Trademore on his side. Once broken out of jail with Xaviax's help, JTC becomes his best and most loyal Rider in exchange for Xaviax promising to give JTC the full truth behind all of the mysteries he was previously interested in.
  • The first of his disguises is a Preston Family lawyer named Walter Conners which he uses to announce Richie Preston's severance from the family fortune and an opportunity to become a bounty hunter of Kamen Riders.
  • At some point, he managed to get Drew to his side promising him his part in ruling both worlds.
  • He later appeared as a mercenary captain named Race Mattock to entice an underground fighter named Grant Staley with the idea of being a great fighter of two worlds.
  • Then, he appeared as a Battle Club tournament official named Charlie Feathers to blackmail motocross racer Brad Barrett holding the proof of his innocence for a cheating scandal Brad did not commit. During that time, "Charlie" revealed to Brad that he is Xaviax and gives Brad the option to vent or be vented as Xaviax still has the proof of his innocence.
  • He later appeared as a government agent named Special Agent Simons, giving the asthmatic marine Chris Ramirez a rare opportunity to serve the United States in secrecy by fighting aliens from Ventara.
  • He then appeared before the Cho Brothers with a large sum of cash and the chance to pull off the biggest heist of their careers.

When Danny goes rogue after Albert is vented by Kit, he wanted Strike to vent him after Xaviax warned Danny not to go after Kit. However, upon news of Kamen Rider Siren's return, he feels uneasy discovering an even bigger threat than Wing Knight. Even when Strike came back with Danny still alive, he does not act against JTC as he knew that he would be outnumbered and decides to leave Danny's fate up to Strike's judgement in which Strike vents him.

While he has been offering some of the other Riders what they desire for the elimination of Len, one of his primary targets seems to be Kit, as many recent plans involve getting Kit to defect to his side and betraying Wing Knight. So far he has been unsuccessful, even losing his main bait, Frank Taylor. But soon he decides to take a more direct approach after Siren appears and directly reveal himself to Kit. He reveals that he kidnapped his father, framed him for his arrests and then impersonated his father to bring him to the Advent Deck and Dragredder. He states that Kit was the hardest one to recruit as, unlike the other Riders, he had no vice (like Richie's greed) or ambition (like Chris' desire to be a hero). With the training received by Wing Knight as well as fighting his own Riders and gaining Wing Knight's trust, he believes that it is the best time to recruit Kit. With that, he decides to finally make his offer to Kit: vent Wing Knight and Siren and he will revive Frank Taylor, manipulating Kit's love for his father. However when Xaviax realizes that Kit can no longer be swayed, he abandons his plans for him meaning that Kit must now be vented, and to help JTC, he reveals a secret Kamen Rider in emergencies, Kamen Rider Wrath. He reveals that the body is in a coma and physically merges with Wrath's body in order to fight the three Riders who stand in his way. While fused with the body, he takes the appearance of construction worker Vic Frasier (the counterpart of Ventara's Kamen Rider Wrath) instead of his normal form when removing the Rider armor. Xaviax later gives JTC's Advent Deck more power by allowing him to capture two more Advent Beasts and use their former master's abilities as well as fuse them together.

After Strike is vented, Xaviax in Wrath's body manages to attack Dragon Knight and Wing Knight and overpowers both Riders, even in their Survive Modes. He manages to vent Kit, but bails from Vic's body before it disappears to the Advent Void. Xaviax then snatches Kit's Advent Deck and plans to use it against Wing Knight, the last Kamen Rider standing in his way.

His master plan in the series is to kidnap and conquer all of Earth. However, Earth is a Mirror World to Ventara and kidnapping humans one by one is time consuming. So instead, Xaviax has a machine where he can transport a mass amount of humans from Earth to Ventara and use them all as his slaves. But this machine requires specific humans with matching DNA to power this machine. To that end he sends his minions in to kidnap just those people. With Wing Knight, Dragon Knight and other Kamen Riders fighting against him, however, he has to focus on the war against them as well, which delays his plans. But when all but Wing Knight is vented, he returns to his original plan. By planting special devices across the world, it will enable Xaviax to transport all of Earth to Ventara. But after hearing disturbing news of Eubulon's return, he decides to send Adam, the original Dragon Knight, to spy on Len threatening Adam by revealing to Sarah that Adam had betrayed the Riders.

Upon discovering the virus in the system, Xaviax tells Adam to send him a copy of the virus so he could decode and create an anti-virus. However, Adam has continuously failed to infiltrate the Riders, angering Xaviax. He sends monsters to attack Maya to allow Adam the chance to save her as another opportunity to ingratiate himself with the good guys. When Adam manages to gain their trust and acquires the virus for him, he shuts down a transmitter to make it look like Adam was successful and begins to decode the virus. While he was successful, he feels that Adam may turn his back on him so he disguises himself as Eubulon and fights Adam and berates him during the fight, obviously swaying Adam to betray the other Riders once more. He was able to decode the virus and create the anti-virus with which, he reactivates all the transmitters and begins a countdown to its activation. Before he uses it, he's confronted by Eubulon who Xaviax berates for abandoning his people on Karsh. Eubulon justifies his "abandoning his kind" leading to a fight between him and Xaviax. He then appears to have the upper hand against Eubulon, but is stopped by Kit, Adam, Len and Kase who catch his attention. When Xaviax attempts to finish them off, the other nine Riders arrive. In a desperate bid to corrupt all 13 Riders, he tells them that he could have been able to give them anything they wanted, but instead they choose to fight against him. Ignoring his threat, all 13 Riders activate their Link Vents and destroy General Xaviax once and for all.

In the video game, Xaviax is featured as a boss against all riders except Wrath. He even has a Final Vent where he transports himself and the player (Except Wrath) to outer space where he summons what appears to be dark versions of the Kamen Riders' Contract Beasts. He finishes them by using a dark version of Wing Knight's Sword Vent to hurl the player into the sun before returning them both to Earth.

Xaviax is portrayed by William O'Leary and voiced by Kyle Hebert in the video game.


These newt monsters are Xaviax's Mirror Monster Minions. They are armed with giant shurikens that are mounted on their backs when not in use. They sometimes support the other Mirror Monsters in their fight against the Kamen Riders. Though they are his minions, Xaviax is more than willing to use them as guinea pigs to recruit more Riders to his side.


Sheerghosts (24, 26, 31, 34, 35, 36, 38, 40) are a large group of larval Dragonfly monsters that are the evolved form of the Gelnewts. Len, Kase, and the original Kamen Riders are shown fighting them in a flashback. They can evolve into Raydragoons:

  • Raydragoons (24, 38, 40): The final evolved form of the Gelnewts and Raydragoons that have dragonfly-like tails at the back of their heads. They have blade-like structures on their forearms and are capable of flight.

Mirror Monsters[edit]

These are the monsters used by Xaviax, normally invisible to those who lack Advent Decks. They serve in dragging their prey into Ventara for Xaviax's research and masterplan to obtain enough DNA samples for a machine to mass-transport the people of Earth to Ventara. Among the Mirror Monsters are:

  • Dispider (1 & 2): A spider monster that is the first of the Mirror Monsters Kit encountered. It uses its webbing and legs to grab people and pull them through reflective surfaces and mirrors. Though destroyed by Wing Knight's Final Vent, Xaviax reforms the monster from its remains modifying it into a drider-like version of itself. The monster is destroyed by Dragon Knight's first use of his Final Vent and Dragredder absorbed its remains.
  • Terabiter (4, 16, 21): A red, female, Longhorn Beetle monster. She was destroyed by Dragon Knight and Wing Knight when they combine their Final Vents. Another one attacked Len with a Zenobiter while Dragon Knight fought Strike, Axe and Spear. Wing Knight destroyed them both with his Final Vent.
  • Zenobiter (5, 15, 21, 22): A blue, male, Longhorn Beetle monster that wields a boomerang. He counters Kit's Sword Vent so Kit summons his Strike Vent as a diversion to get to his sword. Managing to escape, Kit and Len later encounter the monster by the pier and followed him through the mirror. After a fight with the Newt Monsters, the Blue Beetle was destroyed with a Final Vent combo by Dragon Knight and Wing Knight. Another one attacked Len with a Terabiter while Dragon Knight fought Strike, Axe and Spear. Wing Knight destroyed them both with his Final Vent. A Zenobiter was seen in a flashback fighting Wing Knight alongside Wiskraken and Sonorabuma.
  • Zebraskull Iron (6): A white-headed zebra monster. Xaviax created it to assist Drew Lansing in his plan. Kit took this monster on after fighting Xaviax's troops. Kit used his Final Vent to destroy the White-Headed Zebra monster.
  • Zebraskull Bronze (5 & 6): A black-headed zebra monster with extending ability. Xaviax created it to assist Drew Lansing in his plan. Len took this monster on after fighting Xaviax' troops. It was driven away by Drew. Kit encountered this monster again in Ventara and fights it. This monster was destroyed by Torque's Shoot Vent.
  • Wild Gigazelles (7, 16, 19): Gazelle-type monsters with super-speed that come in different colors. A green and yellow Gigazelle is first seen as a random Mirror Monster that Kit battles until it are destroyed by Dragon Knight's Final Vent. A purple Gigazelle fought Kamen Rider Sting in a flashback. More of them later appeared when summoned by Kamen Rider Spear.
  • Megazelle (7, 19): A blue and yellow Zelle with super speed ability. It was destroyed by Wing Knight's Final Vent. Others were summoned by Kamen Rider Spear with his Attack Vent.
  • Wildboarder (7, 16, 20, 32, 35): A red wild boar monster who uses charging attacks and can emit a laser ball from its chest. It attacked Len when he was chasing after Drew, withdrawing when Torque goes on the attack. Another one appeared in a flashback where it was destroyed by its own attack deflected by Kamen Rider Sting. Another one was used to get Adam back into fighting shape. It was destroyed by Adam's Final Vent. Another Wildboard assisted the White Minions into attacking Hunt at a transmitter in Africa while Eubulon and Pryce were busy with the other White Minions.
  • Abyss Hammer (8, 39): A green hammerhead shark monster with missile launchers. It attacked Kit and Drew. Kit had been using the cards that had been modifying Drew who used them to attack the monster. The Green Hammerhead was destroyed by Kamen Rider Dragon Knight's Strike Vent and Kamen Rider Torque's Launch Vent. Another Abysshammer accompanied a Brobajell into attacking Kit and Kase. It alongside Brobajell were destroyed by Kit's Strike Vent.
  • Abyss Lasher (8): A green shark monster with water-spewing abilities. This monster abducted Maya only to run into Len. While Kit and Drew were fighting Grant, Len engaged the monster until it retreated.
  • Bakraken (10, 38-40): A blue squid monster with a blue chest. It wields a constricting tentacle-like whip. It attacked Dragon Knight and Thrust. It was destroyed by Thrust's Final Vent.
  • Wiskraken (11, 15, 22) A blue squid monster with a red-chest. It wields a staff in battle. It was shown being fought by Sting. With Dragon Knight's help, the two Riders were able to combine forces and destroy this monster. A Wiskraken was seen in a flashback fighting Wing Knight alongside Zenobiter and Sonorabuma. Another Wiskraken was seen with a Shieldboarder on guard duty. A Wiskraken even attacked Chance and Hunt until they managed to knock it down. Chance used his Shoot Vent on a flammable liquid barrel which destroyed Wiskraken and Sonorabuma.
  • Dedlimmer (13): A three-eyed lemur/tarsier monster armed with a sniper. It tried to abduct a woman only to run afoul of Dragon Knight and was destroyed by the Rider's Final Vent.
  • Psycorogue (16): A robotic cricket monster that can shoot beams from its eyes. It ambushed Kit and Len at a factory, causing them to transform and fight back. It retreated after taking a hit from Kamen Rider Wing Knight's Sword Vent.
  • Garudothunder (18, 20): A red Fenghuang monster in a phoenix-shaped helmet. It can attack with its retractable tail and use fire attacks. He fought Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and Kamen Rider Sting. Destroyed by Sting's Final Vent.
  • Magazelle (33): A brown and green Bighorn Sheep/Gazelle monster that attacked Kit. It was destroyed by Dragon Knight's Final Vent. Another one attacked Hunt only to be destroyed by his Final Vent.
  • Omegazelle (19, 33): A Gazelle/Water Buffalo-type Zelle. It appeared when Kamen Rider Spear uses his Attack Vent. Another one was sent by Xaviax to deal with the original Kamen Rider Axe. It was destroyed by the Final Vent of Adam's Survive Mode.
  • Sonora Boomer (22, 35, 39): A Cicada monster. It fought Wing Knight in a flashback alongside a Zenobiter and a Wiskraken. Another one was summoned by Xaviax to battle Adam as part of a way to convince the other Kamen Riders that the virus has been uploaded into the transmitter. Adam kicked it into a mirror as Chance uses his Shoot Vent on it. Len then uses his Final Vent to destroy Sonorabuma. Another Sonorabuma attacked Maya and Trent, but the two managed to stand their ground until Pryce showed up. It alongside Wiskraken were destroyed when Chance used his Shoot Vent on a flammable liquid barrel.
  • Buzzstinger Hornet (24, 29, 36, 39): A red-armored hornet monster. It wields two needle-blade daggers. He assisted Xaviax's Mirror Monster minions in fighting Kamen Rider Wing Knight and Kamen Rider Siren. He was destroyed by Wing Knight's Final Vent. Another one accompanied a Buzzstinger Wasp and a Buzzstinger Bee. They were destroyed by the combination of Len and Pryce's Final Vent and Chance's Shoot Vent. Another Buzzstinger Hornet attacked Adam, Len, and Pryce alongside a Buzzstinger Wasp and a Buzzstinger Bee.
  • Brobajell (27, 39): A jellyfish monster that can attack with the electrodes on his forearms. The No-Men planned a fight between it and Kamen Rider Dragon Knight to see how Dragon Knight's armor functions. Kit managed to knock it down with Dragredder before destroying it with the Final Vent, with Dragredder subsequently absorbing its energy. Another Brobajell accompanied an Abysshammer into attacking Kit and Kase. It alongside Abysshammer were destroyed by Kit's Strike Vent.
  • Shieldboarder (28, 35, 38, 40): A blue wild boar monster that can use its chest armor for a shield. It attacked Kit after his escape from the No-Men's headquarters. Kit transformed into Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and easily destroyed it with his Final Vent. Another Shieldboarder ambushed Len, Adam, and Chance near the transmitter. It was destroyed by Len's Final Vent. Another Shieldboarder was seen with a Wiskraken on guard duty.
  • Garudostorm (33): A red and black Fenghuang monster with a tribal personality (including the turkey-feathered headdress) that wields a tomahawk weapon. It was destroyed by Hunt's Final Vent.
  • Garudomirage (33, 38): A green-armored Fenghuang monster with Peacock feathers designed on its armor. It wields a ring-shaped weapon. This monster was destroyed by Adam's Shoot Vent. Another one was encountered in Xaviax's base by Maya and Trent. They managed to trick it into a mirror that they brought along.
  • Buzzstinger Wasp (36, 38, 39): A blue-armored Digger wasp monster. It wields a sword in battle. It assisted Buzzstinger Hornet and Buzzstinger Bee in attacking Len and Pryce. They were destroyed by the combination of Len and Pryce's Final Vent and Chance's Shoot Vent. Another Buzzstinger Wasp attacked Adam, Len, and Pryce alongside Buzzstinger Hornet and Buzzstinger Wasp.
  • Buzzstinger Bee (36, 39): A yellow-armored Honey bee monster. It weields a bow and arrow in battle. They were destroyed by the combination of Len and Pryce's Final Vent and Chance's Shoot Vent. Another Buzzstinger Bee attacked Adam, Len, and Pryce alongside Buzzstinger Hornet and Buzzstinger Wasp.
  • Buzzstinger Bloom (37): A gold-armored Carpenter bee monster. It wields a bow and arrow in battle. This monster was destroyed by the Final Vent of Len's Survive Mode.
  • Buzzstinger Frost (37, 39): A silver-armored Scoliidae monster. It wields two needle-blade daggers in battle. This monster was destroyed by the Final Vent of Adam's Survive Mode.
  • Respider (38): A Jorō Spider monster. Trent and Maya end up encountering one in Xaviax's base. It retreated when the other Kamen Riders showed up.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Kamen Rider Dragon Knight - Advent Master Returns, The". Toon Zone Schedules. Retrieved 2009-11-08. 
  2. ^ "Kamen Rider Dragon Knight wiki". 4kids TV. Retrieved 2009-03-03.