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* CanonWelding: Decade and the other Riders' appearance through a dimensional wall, plus G's post-series appearance in ''Over Quartzer'', firmly cements ''G's'' place in the ''Kamen Rider'' multiverse and, if references to Neo-Shads in ''Drive'' are anything to go by, it may even be placed within the [[SharedUniverse prime universe itself]].


!! Recurring ''Kamen Rider'' tropes
* CallingYourAttacks: A trope more associated with Showa than Heisei Riders, played by G when he performs his Rider Kick.
* CoolBike: [[Main/PropRecycling Straight out of]] ''Film/KamenRiderTheNext'', G rides reboot V3's Hurricane motorcycle.
* CoolSword: G can summon an unnamed sword resembling a sommelier knife from the "G" symbol on his chest. The sword has two retractable blades and its handle is in the shape of the letter G.
* FinishingMove: G has the Swirling Rider Kick which is similar to [[Series/KamenRider555 Faiz's Crimson Smash]].



* CoolBike: [[Main/PropRecycling Straight out of]] ''Film/KamenRiderTheNext'', G rides reboot V3's Hurricane motorcycle.

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* CoolBike: [[Main/PropRecycling Straight out of]] ''Film/KamenRiderTheNext'', G rides reboot V3's Hurricane motorcycle.


* ThemeTuneCameo: Not only does some PropRecycling take place, but the ''music'' is taken from ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'' and other series.


** [[spoiler:Series/KamenRiderDecade appears with all the pass Heisei Riders in tow to give support.]]

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** [[spoiler:Series/KamenRiderDecade appears with all the pass past Heisei Riders in tow to give support.]]


In the year 2009 following the events of TheWarOnTerror, a black ops anti-terrorist organization called Shade was created. After the Japanese government uncover some human-rights violations connected to their SuperSoldier project, they shut Shade down and imprison their leader, Seizan Tokugawa.

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In the year 2009 following the events of TheWarOnTerror, UsefulNotes/TheWarOnTerror, a black ops anti-terrorist organization called Shade was created. After the Japanese government uncover some human-rights violations connected to their SuperSoldier project, they shut Shade down and imprison their leader, Seizan Tokugawa.


* TheCameo: [[spoiler:Kamen Rider G himself makes a surprisingly brief return in the Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer movie, where he appears as one of the extra Riders summoned through Zi-O Oma's powers and fights off some of the villainous Quartzer minions. He even makes his giant "G" symbol on a building just like in his episode.]]

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* TheCameo: [[spoiler:Kamen Rider G himself makes a surprisingly brief return in the Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer movie, ''Film/KamenRiderZiOOverQuartzer'', where he appears as one of the extra Riders summoned through Zi-O Oma's powers and fights off some of the villainous Quartzer minions. He even makes his giant "G" symbol on a building just like in his episode.]]


* MythologyGag: The short version is "everything" (even the recycled music is used under the same circumstances as in the original series) but they went the extra mile with the transformation, which is basically a ContinuityCavalcade in a TransformationSequence. First, he lands, imprinting his symbol into the ground a la [[Series/KamenRiderKiva Kiva]]. Then, he does [[Series/KamenRider Kamen Rider 1]]'s arm-fling, then rotates it with his arm leaving behind an afterimage just like [[Series/KamenRiderSkyrider Skyrider]]. He inserts the wine bottle from the side just like [[Series/KamenRiderRyuki Ryuki]]'s Advent Deck insert, and pulls the bottle opener handle back much like [[Series/KamenRiderKabuto Gatack]]'s Cast Off. The suit's red lines appear first and trace around him exactly like [[Series/KamenRider555 Faiz]], and then there's a sort of liquid explosion effect just like [[Series/KamenRiderBlade Chalice]]. The helmet is last to appear ([[Series/KamenRiderX X-Rider]] homage, or is that a stretch?) after which the eyepieces light up and there's a ripple of heatwaves, similar to [[Series/KamenRiderKiva Ixa]] when his mask opens.

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* MythologyGag: The short version is "everything" (even the recycled music is used under the same circumstances as in the original series) but they went the extra mile with the transformation, which is basically a ContinuityCavalcade in a TransformationSequence. First, he lands, imprinting his symbol into the ground a la [[Series/KamenRiderKiva Kiva]]. Then, he does [[Series/KamenRider Kamen Rider 1]]'s arm-fling, then rotates it with his arm leaving behind an afterimage just like [[Series/KamenRiderSkyrider Skyrider]]. He inserts the wine bottle from the side just like [[Series/KamenRiderRyuki Ryuki]]'s Advent Deck insert, and pulls the bottle opener handle corkscrew lever back much like [[Series/KamenRiderKabuto Gatack]]'s Cast Off. The suit's red lines appear first and trace around him exactly like [[Series/KamenRider555 Faiz]], and then there's a sort of liquid explosion effect just like [[Series/KamenRiderBlade Chalice]]. The helmet is last to appear ([[Series/KamenRiderX X-Rider]] homage, or is that a stretch?) after which the eyepieces light up and there's a ripple of heatwaves, similar to [[Series/KamenRiderKiva Ixa]] when his mask opens.


* CoolSword: G's sword is essentially a large sommelier knife (bottle opener). It's both glorious and fitting for his wine theme.



* ImprobableWeaponUser: G's obligatory rider sword is actually a giant sommelier knife with corkscrew.

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* ImprobableWeaponUser: G's obligatory rider sword is actually a giant sommelier knife with corkscrew. It does count as a CoolSword because of how it is both glorious and fitting for his wine theme.


* TheCameo: [[spoiler:Kamen Rider G himself makes a surprisingly brief return in the Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer movie, where he appears as one of the extra Riders summoned through Zi-O Oma's powers and fights off some of the villainous Quartzer minions. He even makes his giant "G" symbol on a building just like in his special.]]

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* TheCameo: [[spoiler:Kamen Rider G himself makes a surprisingly brief return in the Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer movie, where he appears as one of the extra Riders summoned through Zi-O Oma's powers and fights off some of the villainous Quartzer minions. He even makes his giant "G" symbol on a building just like in his special.episode.]]

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* CoolSword: G's sword is essentially a large sommelier knife (bottle opener). It's both glorious and fitting for his wine theme.

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* TheCameo: [[spoiler:Kamen Rider G himself makes a surprisingly brief return in the Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer movie, where he appears as one of the extra Riders summoned through Zi-O Oma's powers and fights off some of the villainous Quartzer minions. He even makes his giant "G" symbol on a building just like in his special.]]


* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler:Series/KamenRiderDecade - with all the Heisei Riders in tow.]]

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[[spoiler:Series/KamenRiderDecade - appears with all the pass Heisei Riders in tow.tow to give support.]]


* TheEndOrIsIt: [[spoiler: The ending indicates that Seizen does have some stuff up his sleeve, which means that his Shade henchmen will try and free him again. If Neo-Shade in Series/KamenRiderDrive is anything to go by, they eventually succeed... and are promptly overshadowed.]]

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* TheEndOrIsIt: [[spoiler: The ending indicates that Seizen does have some stuff up his sleeve, which means that his Shade henchmen will try and free him again. If Neo-Shade in Series/KamenRiderDrive is anything to go by, they eventually succeed... and are promptly overshadowed. If that was ''this'' Shade at all.]]


* MundaneMadeAwesome: G's Kamen Rider theme is... wine. His [[TransformationTrinket henshin belt]] is effectively a buckle-mounted wine opener, activated by slotting a bottle of wine into it resulting in one of the most pyrotechnically flashy {{Transformation Sequence}}s in the Rider franchise.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: G's Kamen Rider theme is... wine. His [[TransformationTrinket henshin belt]] is effectively a buckle-mounted wine opener, wing corkscrew, activated by slotting a bottle of wine into it resulting in one of the most pyrotechnically flashy {{Transformation Sequence}}s in the Rider franchise.

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