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** I distinctly remember it being stated by Kuroto, and possibly Masamune as well, that should Pallad be destroyed, Emu would lose his ability to transform ALTOGETHER, not just Hyper Muteki, which makes no sense given how the rider tech of this series works. The only thing destroying Pallad would do is cure Emu of his game disease, and I may not be a medical expert, but I'm pretty sure you don't LOSE immunity to a disease by being cured of it. We can see clearly that Emu's extended amount of time with game disease has resulted in immunity to it, as evidenced by him never needing the compatibility surgery (which, by my understanding, is basically a game disease vaccine), and that he didn't end up bedridden the first time he transformed like Nico. And he's had game disease in his system for the same amount of time as Masamune, a man whose built up so much immunity that he's able casually use a device virally potent enough to KILL an un-immunized human INSTANTLY. I guess you could chock it up to Kuroto and Masamune being a game designer and a businessman respectively, not doctors, so maybe they don't really know how immunity works, but all in all, this plot device doesn't seem to have been handled well.

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** Masamune was referring specifically to [[SuperMode Muteki Gamer]]. Emu by himself cannot handle Hyper Muteki's infinite invincibility, which was why he had to get Parado back into him and regain the power of Genius Gamer M. It didn't stop Emu from using his other gashats.

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** Apparently this was answered in the novel. Emu's mother died in the childbirth, while his dad was a busy person who moves a lot.


** He used Level 0's ability to suppress Bugster Virus strain she was infected with.

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** He used Level 0's ability to suppress Bugster Virus strain she was infected with.with.
* In Another Ending, [[spoiler: is Saki unable to be revived anymore, unlike other victims?]] It isn't explained how Kuroto revived her only for a limited time amount, though one could assume he makes some changes to the code.


*** Also, when Gemn [[spoiler: killed Kiriya, [[spoiler: Kiriya]] was already heavily damaged from a TooDumbToLive moment. The other riders took damage normally. Odds are that if [[spoiler: Kiriya]] had taken damage the normal way, if it wasn't for the Deadling Jammer, odds are that [[spoiler: Kiriya]] would've demorphed.

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*** Also, when Gemn [[spoiler: killed Kiriya, [[spoiler: Kiriya]] was already heavily damaged from a TooDumbToLive moment. The other riders took damage normally. Odds are that if [[spoiler: Kiriya]] had taken damage the normal way, if it wasn't for the Deadling Jammer, odds are that [[spoiler: Kiriya]] would've demorphed.


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** This question addressed in Another Ending. Apparently they [[spoiler: managed to find a way to return them to human.]]

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** Easy explanation: The bugsters come from certain; at the time Zero Day happened, there weren't as many as there are at the time ''Ex-Aid'' starts, so logically speaking, either the bugsters that achieved completion infected multiple people, or the people who perished during Zero Day were infected, but died from something else before the bugster could become complete.

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*** Nico isn't even a legal adult until True Ending movie. The end of the series shows she JUST passed high school at the end of the series. So yeah, the fact that her parents don't seem to be concerned with her actions at all is questionable.


* In True Ending, [[spoiler: what is Emu actually doing during Madoka's operation? I get it he was saying things to calm Madoka, but why he needed to use Proto Mighty Action X?]]

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* In True Ending, [[spoiler: what is Emu actually doing during Madoka's operation? I get it he was saying things to calm Madoka, but why he needed to use Proto Mighty Action X?]]X?]]
** He used Level 0's ability to suppress Bugster Virus strain she was infected with.


* [[spoiler:How exactly is destroying Pallad supposed to rob Emu of his ability to transform? Use of the rider tech in Ex-Aid is supposed to hinge on the user being immune to game disease, not having it. And given that Emu has had it for the same amount of time as Masamune, wouldn't that mean that he would have built up the same resistance to it as Masamune? Why would losing Pallad have any effect on Emu's ability to transform?]]

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* [[spoiler:How exactly is destroying Pallad supposed to rob Emu of his ability to transform? Use of the rider tech in Ex-Aid is supposed to hinge on the user being immune to game disease, not having it. And given that Emu has had it for the same amount of time as Masamune, wouldn't that mean that he would have built up the same resistance to it as Masamune? Why would losing Pallad have any effect on Emu's ability to transform?]]transform?]]
* In True Ending, [[spoiler: what is Emu actually doing during Madoka's operation? I get it he was saying things to calm Madoka, but why he needed to use Proto Mighty Action X?]]


** It seemed the implication is Parado more similar to a complete bugster and independent enough to survive on his own, even if his host were killed. This is probably because he was manually extracted from Emu.

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** It seemed the implication is Parado more similar to a complete bugster and independent enough to survive on his own, even if his host were killed. This is probably because he was manually extracted from Emu.Emu.
* [[spoiler:How exactly is destroying Pallad supposed to rob Emu of his ability to transform? Use of the rider tech in Ex-Aid is supposed to hinge on the user being immune to game disease, not having it. And given that Emu has had it for the same amount of time as Masamune, wouldn't that mean that he would have built up the same resistance to it as Masamune? Why would losing Pallad have any effect on Emu's ability to transform?]]


** It's a hospital, not a prison. Hospitals in real life (at least in the US) don't have very high security either.



**** Also, when Gemn [[spoiler: killed Kiriya, [[spoiler: Kiriya]] was already heavily damaged from a TooDumbToLive moment. The other riders took damage normally. Odds are that if [[spoiler: Kiriya]] had taken damage the normal way, if it wasn't for the Deadling Jammer, odds are that [[spoiler: Kiriya]] would've demorphed.



*** [[spoiler: Turns out that Kuroto had something else in mind for Kamen Rider Chronicle - namely, bringing back the dead]].



** It is canon - however, ''Blade'' doesn't take place in the same universe, since if it did, it would mean that ''Gaim'' and ''Agito'' also take place in the same universe (''Agito'' is the only 1 of the 4 that could take place in the same universe as any of the other 3 shows involved in ''Gorider'', since the ending wouldn't contradict any of those shows - after all, at the end of ''Agito'', [[spoiler: the Overlord of Darkness decided to postpone his plans of wiping humanity out to see if they were worthy of existing; it's entirely possible he decided to give humanity a century or two to prove themselves]]); however, it's explicitly stated that ''Gorider'' takes place in a different dimension from those shows, so Kazuma likely arrived in a similar method as the other riders.



*** [[spoiler: They probably figured that Kuroto wouldn't make the FinalBoss of Kamen Rider Chronicle have such a WeaksauceWeakness before Emu tried it out. Either Kuroto included it on accident, or he figured that whoever did challenge Gamedeus would be using Cronus instead of one of the regular Rider gashats - and Cronus doesn't exactly have a LV 1 form]].



*** [[spoiler: Masamune can be seen as an Imperfect Bugster due to him being the bugster for all patients other than Emu (who Parad is the bugster of) - he didn't so much perfectly fuse with Gamedeus, but rather, he assimilated Gamedeus. As for him being able to transform, while it's never revealed who or what Masamune's bugster was, it wasn't Gamedeus]].



** The problem is, Tokimeki's Crisis gashatropy is given by cronus, one episode right before the reset happened.

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** The problem is, Tokimeki's Crisis gashatropy is given by cronus, Cronus, one episode right before the reset happened.happened.
*** Gashatrophies Cronus gave away willingly or were earned the traditional way aren't affected by the reset. If the doctors had forcibly taken the Tokimeki Crisis Gashatrophy from Cronus, odds are that it would've been taken away by the reset.


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*** Probably because Masamune figured that if he did kill Parad but Emu found some way to revive Parad, Parad would be more than happy to team up with Emu to get revenge; if Emu was the one who did the deed, even if Emu somehow revived Parad, Parad would be very hesitant at the bare minimum to team up with Emu. The main mistake Masamune made was assuming that Emu wasn't willing to help Parad make amends - odds are that if he had known Emu would be willing to do that, he would've insisted Emu do something else (i.e., hand over his driver).


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** It's heavily implied that Kuroto was acting on his own. If his actions were linked to the entire company, that probably would've gotten it shut down, but since it was relatively isolated (the games were developed by Kuroto's employees, but the majority of the work was Kuroto's), shutting down the company (And costing the employees their jobs) would be overkill.


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*** Think of it this way: Emu is a normal player who would have to defeat Loverica the traditional way after reprogramming him (and even then, Loverica would just come back). Cronus is a player who has discovered console commands, and changed Loverica's status from Essential to Nonessential, and then deleted his file from the game data.


** It seemed the implication is Parado more similar to a complete bugster and independent enough to survive on his own, even though his host get killed. This is probably because he was manually extracted from Emu.

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** It seemed the implication is Parado more similar to a complete bugster and independent enough to survive on his own, even though if his host get were killed. This is probably because he was manually extracted from Emu.

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** CMIIW, Emu reprogrammed Lovelica so he can be attacked by normal means.


** It seemed the implication is Parado more similar complete bugster and independent enough to survive on his own, even though his host get killed. This is probably because he was manually extracted from Emu.

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** It seemed the implication is Parado more similar to a complete bugster and independent enough to survive on his own, even though his host get killed. This is probably because he was manually extracted from Emu.


** The problem is, Tokimeki's Crisis gashatropy is given by cronus, one episode right before the reset happened.



* Has Parado ever thought about what he will do after he kills Emu? Emu's existence is the reason for his existence. If he killed him, that should be the end of both of them.

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* Has Parado ever thought about what he will do after he kills Emu? Emu's existence is the reason for his existence. If he killed him, that should be the end of both of them.them.
** It seemed the implication is Parado more similar complete bugster and independent enough to survive on his own, even though his host get killed. This is probably because he was manually extracted from Emu.

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