- While quite a few involve our heroes' Super Modes and the Finishing Moves they keep unlocking (Blade King Form channeling all four elements comes to mind), special mention must be made of Hajime's Identical Stranger Mikami Ryou, a wimpy, perverted takoyaki chef. When the Serpent Undead hurts his girlfriend, Ryo roars with anger and attacks the Serpent Undead with a red hot taiyaki plate.
- Kazuma Kenzaki defeating the Category King of Spades even after losing all of his special techniques and abilities. King says that without his cards, he's nothing and he can't seal him. After a supreme Badass Boast saying that he most certainly can, he proceeds to prove it. How? By pummeling the King's shield and HIM with his bare hands, disarming the bastard and then shattering his shield with his own sword, Dual Wielding King's blade with the Blay Rouzer, and finishing him off with a magnificent jumping slash.
Kenzaki: Even without cards, I can seal you! I'm worthy of being a Rider! For the sake of those that cannot fight... I WILL FIGHT!
- After sealing King, the Trial Undead after Kenzaki comes in. Kenzaki proceeds to unleash his newly acquired King Form. Unexpectedly, because of his incredibly high fusion ratio, instead of fusing with just King Kenzaki ends up fusing with ALL the Spade Suit Undeads and delivering a brutal Curb-Stomp Battle to the Trial, ending him with a Royal Straight Flush.
- Tachibana's final battle with Isaka.
- Tachibana deserves an extra one for this moment: having spent quite a bit of time being worried about his body breaking down, he momentarily seems to be Isaka's servant in exchange for a certain plant that makes him more aggressive and removes the risk of destroying himself. However, once he gets the Category Ace card Isaka wanted, he IMMEDIATELY turns around to battle him. Even if he gets his ass kicked, that was pretty damn cool. And it gets better: after his defeat, he finds Sayoko dead, killed by Isaka. So what does he do? Pretty much walks straight up to Isaka's front door, ask him if it was him who did it and straight up shoot him in the face when he admits it before any kind of kung fu fight can ensue. That's pretty damn awesome.
- The battle with Trial G. For the first time, the four Riders all fight together, ending with Wild Chalice and Blade King Form obliterating it with a combined finishing move.
- Episode 44: How the four riders lure out the Titan Undead.
- The Movie ends on a rather epic battle where it ends with Kazuma cutting Jashin 14 in half in his King Form. Mind you, Jashin 14 is a massive beast, about four times as big as the Elasmotherium Orphnoch.