Characters: Kamen Rider Gaim Crossovers And Movies
Characters that have appeared outside of the TV series' main canon, such as in crossover episodes or movies.
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Kikaider REBOOT tie-in
For general tropes, see Kikaider
Portrayed by: Jingi Irie (live), unknown suit actor
The protagonist of the 2014 film Kikaider REBOOT
- All Animals Are Dogs: He was basically the Kazuraba siblings' dog for the episode.
- Amnesiac Hero: Thanks to that ridiculously convenient bolt of lightning.
- Badass: He is the Legendary Hero.
- Deus ex Machina: That Lightning Bolt of Amnesia was basically this trope setting things up for the crossover plot.
- Henshin Hero: Of course.
- Lethal Chef: Since he can't taste, all of the food he makes for Kouta and Akira is too salty.
- Literal-Minded: When Kouta shows his childhood photo with his puppy, he goest out and found the same puppy as he saw in the photo.
- Noisy Robots: Most of his movements are punctuated by mechanical sounds.
- Red Is Heroic: Inverted; Kikaider's red half represents evil, while it is his blue half that represents good.
- Reset Button: Both In-Universe and plotwise. Rebooting Kikaider made him forget his time with Kouta allowing him to move on to his own plot and to provide an excuse for him not to get entangled into Gaim's plot thus making his episode not really matter in the overall plot.
- Shock and Awe
Portrayed by: Tsunenori Aoki (voice), unknown suit actor
Kikaider's nemesis; an android belonging to the organization DARK. His body was given to Ryoma by a colleague of his for final testing.
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle
The Bujin Riders are essentially Gods of war who look like past Kamen Riders and exist in a dimension based on the Sengoku Period. Each of them is affiliated with a certain province and serves said province's general.
- God of War: The Bujin Riders are perceived as this in their world.
- Humanoid Abomination: The Bujin do not have human forms as Kamen Riders usually do.
- Sacrificial Lamb: Some of them are killed onscreen by Bujin Gaim to show off how strong and evil he is.
- Swallowed Whole: All of them are completely devoured by Bujin Gaim's Pitcher Plant Monster when he defeated them.
Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim
Kamen Rider Bujin Gaim
Portrayed by: Rikiya Koyama (voice), Kenji Tominaga (suit)
The villain of Gaim's section in Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle
. An Alternate Universe
counterpart of Gaim bent on conquest.
- Beware the Silly Ones: His dopey behavior and speech belied the fact that he had a genuine ace in the hole, an identical sibling.
- Harbinger of Impending Doom: Played straight with his last words. And considering this special aired after its intended tie-in Kamen Rider Taisen...
- Rule of Three: Demonstrates his ability to make his own Cracks three times - the first two unknowingly summon the same Lion Inves just to wail on him, but the third successfully summons the second Mole Kaijin he'd intended.
- Blatant Lies: Claiming to be an ally of all Riders. Like his true agenda, it's still up in the air.
- Unexpected Character: Which applies to both him and his new monkey hand puppet, really.
Heisei Riders vs. Showa Riders: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai
Ren Aoi/Kamen Rider Fifteen
Ren Aoi/Kamen Rider Fifteen
Portrayed by: Itsuji Itao (live), Kenji Tominaga (suit)
The villain of Kamen Rider Taisen
. He serves the Badan Empire (the villains of Kamen Rider ZX
) and uses the Heisei Rider Lockseed to copy the powers of Heisei Riders.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: With all his selling of the 'hard-boiled' image and all, he's still in business.
Masato Kusaka/Kamen Rider Kaixa
Played by: Sugata Shun
The Generalissimo of Badan
The ruler of the Badan Empire
, which is actually a land of the dead. He finally appears to confront the Kamen Riders personally.
The Great Soccer Match! The Golden Fruit Cup!
Kogane/Kamen Rider Mars/Kamen Rider Jam
Kogane/Kamen Rider Mars
Portrayed by: Kataoka Ainosuke VI (live), Yasuhiko Imai (suit), Unknown (suit as Jam) Honoka Ando (live as Jam), Atsushi Ono (voice as Jam)
A personification of the Forbidden Fruit, created in an experiment by the Overlords and awakened in a different experiment by Ryoma. He ends up surviving the film and returns in the final TV episode, set months after the resolution of the Helheim conflict; possessing a girl as Kamen Rider Jam.
- A God Am I
- Big Bad: Of the film.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": Jam's visor is in the shape of 邪, or "Ja", which means "evil".
- Came Back Wrong: Possibly. He apparently bonded with the locusts he'd been using in the movie to come back for the series, but he's not all there anymore.
- Canon Immigrant: He's back for the epilogue of the series as Kamen Rider Jam.
- Casting a Shadow: Jam's Darkness Squash and Au Lait finishers.
- Classically Trained Extra: Kogane's actor is a renowned Kabuki performer - basically the Japanese equivalent of a classically trained Shakespearian Actor. The reason he took the part? He grew up watching Kamen Rider, and he hopes that his role as the movie's villain will cause children to recognize him when they watch Kabuki performances with their families.
- Dead Person Impersonation: Assumed the identity if Yuuya for about half of the movie.
- Demonic Possession: Kogane is possessing the body of a girl. Kouta drives him out.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Appears in Rider form in episode #37 of the main series, before the movie premiere.
- Evil Sounds Deep
- Hostage Situation: As Jam, he gleefully explains to Micchy that if he shoots him, the girl he's possessing will die.
- Large Ham: He's pretty much the Alan Rickman of Kamen Rider.
- Meaningful Name: His name can also be romanized as Malus. Malus is not only a genus of apple tree but it is also Latin for evil.
- Misplaced Retribution
- Names to Run Away From Really Fast: His name is either Latin for evil, or shared with the Roman god of war.
- Obviously Evil: Especially as Jam. If their color scheme wasn't enough, they literally have the kanji for his visor and their name is a play on evil.
- Palette Swap: Jam's Darkness Arms is a recolored version of his Mars armor. He also uses a recolored Daidaimaru.
- Punny Name: "Jam" combines "ja" for "evil" with "jam", a thing you make out of fruit.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: Mars has red and gold armor over a black undersuit. Inverted as Jam; as the undersuit is white and Darkness Arms is black and neon pink, which carries a similar Obviously Evil effect.
- Revenge: Basically what Kougane's reappearance entails.
- Post-Climax Confrontation: Of the show, surprisingly.
- Unexpected Character: Jam's true identity is Kougane, the personification of the Forbidden Fruit from the summer movie.
- Villainous Breakdown: Jam doesn't take Kouta's arrival very well.
- Weapon of Choice: Cool Sword and Luckily My Shield Will Protect Me
- The Worm That Walks: As Jam, his physical form seems to be made up of grasshoppers that come together to form his body.
Lapis/Kamen Rider Kamuro
Lapis/Kamen Rider Kamuronote
Portayed by: Taketo Tanaka (live), Satoshi Fujita (suit)
A strange boy with an interest in soccer. He's actually a femushinmu (the Overlords' original species), but a peaceful one who tried to stop his world's conflict. He takes an interest in soccer and even creates an entire alternate universe around it because he's curious as to how humans can engage in competition that doesn't end in bloodshed.
- Ambiguously Human: Well, we know he's not human, but otherwise we don't know what the deal with him is. Maybe he's an Overlord, maybe he's a ghost.
- Creepy Child: There's something off about him, and he looks younger than everyone else.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Appears in person in episode #37 of the main series, before the movie premiere.
- Foil: To Gaim, like the main series' Overlords are counterparts to Baron, Ryugen, and Zangetsu.
- Weapon of Choice: Simple Staff