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Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final

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Language  Japanese
Director  Ryuta Tasaki
Country  Japan
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Release date  August 17, 2002 (2002-08-17)
Based on  Kamen Rider Ryuki by Yasuko Kobayashi

Kamen Rider Ryuki The Movie: Episode Final (劇場版 仮面ライダー龍騎 EPISODE FINAL, Gekijōban Kamen Raidā Ryūki Episōdo Fainaru) is the theatrical superhero film adaptation of the Japanese 2002 Kamen Rider series, Kamen Rider Ryuki, directed by Ryuta Tasaki and written by Toshiki Inoue. The catchphrases for the movie are "An Epic Battle Beyond Imagination." (想像を超える壮大な戦闘〈バトル〉。, Sōzō o Koeru Sōdai na Batoru.) and "Ryuki, a Shocking Conclusion. Final Episode, Movie Version." (龍騎、衝撃の結末。最終回、先行映画化。, Ryūki, Shōgeki no Ketsumatsu. Saishūkai, Senkō Eigaka.).


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The film is produced by Ishimori Productions and Toei, the producers of all the previous television series and films of the Kamen Rider series. Following the tradition of all Heisei Kamen Rider movies, it is a double bill with the movie for 2002's Super Sentai series Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger, Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger: Shushuuto the Movie, both of which premiered on August 17, 2002. The film's title is translated into English as Masked Rider Ryuki The Movie: Episode Final.

Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final movie scenes Unless noted this page deals with the TV Series continuity not the Episode Final or 13 Riders continuities

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This movie is an alternate ending to the series, taking place after the events of episode 46. With only six Riders remaining in the Rider War, Shirō Kanzaki feels that time is running short.

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As Yui's life grows short, she shows Shinji Kido and Ren Akiyama pictures of her childhood drawings, explains the reasoning for the Mirror Monsters and Shiro's reason to start the Rider War.

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Shinji bumps into Miho Kirishima after she cons another wealthy man and takes Shinji's wallet. He chases after her, the two reveal themselves as Riders to each other, before they're forced into fighting Mirror Monsters. Shinji as Kamen Rider Ryuki tries to convince Miho as Kamen Rider Femme not to fight and she rejects.

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The other Riders fight with one another, with their own goals present. Miho fights to seek revenge on Takeshi Asakura who murdered her sister and to resurrect her. Ryuga fights so he can be a real human in the real world.

Takeshi as Ouja battles Miho as Femme and after a few blows are exchanged, Femme is on the losing side. Ouja unites his monsters to form Genocider and aims to finish Femme. He's interrupted by Ryuga, who attacks him with his own Final Vent, destroying Genocider and reverting Ouja to his blank form. Femme finds Ouja and hits his Advent deck, shattering it, which leaves him unable to survive in the Mirror World. He disappears after attempting to kill Femme before disintegrating, making him the first of the six remaining Riders to be finished.

During the battle, Shuichi Kitaoka, as Kamen Rider Zolda trades blows with Femme, injuring his wrist and leaving him unconscious. He tells Goro Yura he'll fight again, but he changes his mind and forfeits his mission as a Rider, instead choosing to date Reiko Momoi.

During the battle, Miho mistakes Shinji as Ryuga. She treats him to dinner, claiming Shinji saved her life and assisted her in getting a step closer to winning the Rider war with Shinji unsure of her sudden kind attitude to her. While in the bathroom, the mirror Shinji enters, and disguised as the real one, tries to throw Miho off the roof of a building. As she realizes that he is not Shinji, he reveals himself as Ryuga, and Miho transforms to Femme to fight him. Ren as Kamen Rider Knight and fighting another Mirror Monster, notices Ryuga and Femme fighting, mistaking Ryuga to be Shinji. Femme is mortally wounded, but saved by Shinji as Ryuki who then catches a glimpse of his own mirror doppelganger before Ryuga leaves. After leaving the Mirror World, Shinji and Miho share a final moment together, before Miho dies from her wounds.

Ren returns to Shinji, thinking Shinji has finally realised the meaning of the Rider War and demands the two of them fight, while Shinji rejects Ren bluntly and claims he never thought of that.

Shinji remembers that he had previously known Yui as a child, and had abandoned her. This made her create a doppelganger Shinji in the Mirror World, then revealed as the mysterious Kamen Rider Ryuga, a darker form of Ryuki. Shinji feels that it was his fault that resulted in the creation of a darker version of himself. Taking Shinji's guilt into account, Ryuga tricks Shinji into uniting both bodies so he can be a real human, taking over Shinji's body in the process.

This is seen by Ren, who transforms into Knight and battles Ryuga, the two of them fighting while Yui's life shortens further. After defeating Knight, Ryuga tries to strike the killing blow before Shinji within Ryuga struggles. The two beings separate and they fight each other. After a climatic battle, Ryuga is killed by his original counterpart via Ryuki's Final Vent.

Ren tells Shinji that he must win, and that Shinji agrees he will not let up and will fight Ren willingly. Before they fight, Shinji and Ren transform into their respective Survive Rider forms and face a horde of Hydragoon Mirror Monsters as the movie ends.


  • Takamasa Suga as Shinji Kido, Mirror Image Shinji Kido
  • Satoshi Matsuda as Ren Akiyama
  • Ayano Sugiyama as Yui Kanzaki
  • Kenzaburo Kikuchi as Shiro Kanzaki
  • Ryohei as Shuichi Kitaoka
  • Tomohisa Yuge as Goro Yura
  • Takashi Hagino as Takeshi Asakura
  • Kanji Tsuda as Daisuke Okubo
  • Sayaka Kuon as Reiko Momoi
  • Hitomi Kurihara as Nanako Shimada
  • Kazue Tsunogae as Sanako Kanzaki
  • Natsuki Katō as Miho Kirishima
  • Eugene Nomura as Restaurant Customer (DC ver. only)
  • Yoji Sawamukai (Played as "沢向 要士") as Kazuo Mizuoka
  • Erena as Miho Kirishima's Older Sister
  • Yoshikazu Ebisu as Owner of Mansion
  • Bengaru as Taxi Driver
  • Toshiki Kashu as Restaurant Staff (cameo)
  • Rina Akiyama as Amusement Park Staff (cameo)
  • Yūsuke Tomoi as Takeshi Asakura's Victim (cameo)
  • Jun Kaname (cameo), Tōko Fujita (cameo), Jun Yamasaki (cameo) as Okonomiyaki Restaurant Customers
  • Akiyoshi Shibata (cameo) as Okonomiyaki Restaurant Staff
  • Hiroyuki Shibamoto, Shigenori Sōya, Yoshimasa Chida, Katsumi Shiono as Sheerghost/Raydragoon voice
  • Tsuyoshi Koyama as Visor Voice
  • Songs

    Theme song
  • "Alive A life -Advent Mix-"
  • Lyrics: Yuko Ebine
  • Composition: Kohei Wada
  • Arrangement: Takahiro Ando
  • Artist: Rica Matsumoto
  • References

    Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final Wikipedia