Kamen Rider Drive × Gaim: Movie Wars Full Throttle
Zoruku Tojo/Kamen Rider Lupin
Portrayed by: Yuji Ayabe (live)
The main antagonist of Drive's portion of the movie. A master phantom thief active in the early 20th century, old age forced him to retire from his criminal career. By chance he found the body of CyberRoid ZZZ, with he then uploaded his consciousness into. With a new, powerful body and the the ability to manipulate Slowdowns, he resumes his career as "Ultimate Lupin". After facing Drive and the SCU, he set his eyes on stealing the title of Kamen Rider itself.
He returns in the Type LUPIN bonus DVD, issuing a final challenge for the Kamen Riders.
Tropes that apply to him in general
- Affably Evil: As expected from a Gentleman Thief.
- "Awesome McCool" Name: Ultimate Lupin, anyone?
- Evil Is Petty: The "challenges" he issued to Shinnosuke prior to the last one were very petty inconveniences like stealing his toy carsnote and candynote .
- Gentleman Thief: Just like his namesake.
- Hero Killer: Destroys Mr. Belt.
- Immortality Seeker: His reason for stealing ZZZ and uploading his consciousness into it.
- Impossible Thief: His objective is to steal the title of Kamen Rider, dissatisfied with the riders' reputation.
- To that end, he seeks to get rid of other Riders. So he can be the only one that has the title.
- Nice Hat: Sports a top hat in both his human and Rider forms.
- Palette Swap: Uses a Break Gunner-like weapon just like Mashin Chaser, but one that's colored red and gold.
- Redemption Equals Death: His return in a direct-to-DVD special has him work with Drive to take out a Roidmude... only to succumb to the wounds from the battle.
- Smug Snake: Is he ever!
- Spot the Imposter: He disguised himself as one of the SCU and his impersonation was convincing enough for a while. He kidnapped Kiriko and took her place, his only mistake being that Shinnosuke knows Kiriko doesn't smile unless he's done a good job.
- Worthy Opponent: He admits this about Shinnosuke and Mr. Belt when he's defeated, and boasts that he will return to face them once more.
Tropes exclusive to him as Kamen Rider Lupin
- Badass Mustache: Has a dandy-style one... in his Rider Form.
- Bling of War: Just look at him.◊ Activating his Lupin Gunner's transformation sequence also creates dozens of holographic precious gemstones to appear.
- Captain Ersatz: Takes a lot of design cues from Cinema, which is fitting since he's a movie villain. He even has the power to trap people in film reels.
- Composite Character: His suit is a mix and match of Kamen Rider Sorcerer and the head from Kamen Rider Fifteen, while taking a lot of design cues from Cinema. He is also this is In-Universe, as he's a composite of his human consciousness and ZZZ's body.
- Knife Nut: His weapon is a dagger that doubles as a gun. This is because his Shift Car has a very large knife trailing it.
- Mundane Solution: Due to his powers being reverse engineered from Mashin Chaser's, he shares Mashin Chaser's inability to destroy Roidmude cores with a Finishing Move even when destroying their bodies. How does he get around this limitation? He just grabs the cores after destroying the bodies and then crushes them in his hands with brute strength.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: Wears a red bodysuit with black gloves & boots and jewel-decorated straps along all his limbs.
Super Hero Taisen GP: Kamen Rider 3
Kyoichiro Kuroi/Kamen Rider 3
Portrayed by: Mitsuhiro Oikawa (live)
A powerful Kamen Rider created by Shocker in an Alternate Timeline. On the orders of Shocker, he successfully killed Kamen Rider 1 and Kamen Rider 2, leading to a timeline in which Shocker held absolute dominion over the world. Feeling regret towards his actions, he seeks to defeat the Kamen Riders who have been brainwashed by Shocker, and meet up with the remaining resistance forces at a place called Rider Town. He is actually still loyal to Shocker, with "Rider Town" being a trap to ensnare those looking to resist Shocker.
- Badass Driver: With his Cool Car, the TriCyclone, he can easily match Drive in his Tridoron. In the proper timeline, he's actually a professional race car driver, so he still qualifies even when he's not a Kamen Rider.
- Cool Old Guy: In the remedied timeline, he remains an active celebrity in the race car driving world in spite of his advanced age.
- Go Out with a Smile: As he fades out of existence, he gives everyone a smile, more or less telling them, it's fine.
- For Want of a Nail: His very existence heavily changes the history so that Shocker rules supreme. As such other Riders often refer to him as the "Rider that should not have existed".
- Hero Killer: Shocker of 2015 created him to be this to the Double Riders who already defeated the Great Leader of Gel-Shocker in the past and he succeeded! This is how the movie starts.
- My God, What Have I Done?: In actuality the true driving force of his actions. He feels guilt for killing the Double Riders to the point he clings and tries desperately to keep on winning and be the strongest Rider because it's the only thing he has to cling to. Shinnosuke snaps him out of it.
- Scarf Of Asskicking: He wears a yellow scarf like Shocker Rider No. 1 before him.
- These Hands Have Killed: Frequently references the fact that there's blood on his hands for killing the Double Riders, and his guilt over this is a big force for his actions.
- Weaponized Car: The incredibly fast and heavily armed Tricyclone is his vehicle of choice, and it has little trouble keeping up with (and sometimes surpassing) the Tridoron in spite of being created decades before it.
Kamen Rider 4
Kamen Rider 4
Portrayed by: Mitsuru Matsuoka (voice)A Rider created by Shocker over the course of the constantly repeating Stable Time Loop. Genuinely evil and completely irredeemable, he fights for Shocker against the alliance of Riders.
- Ace Pilot: Pilots the Sky Cyclone and commands an army of planes.
- Bare-Fisted Monk: Like the original Double Riders and 3.
- Berserk Button: Gets very mad when his Sky Cyclone is destroyed, not that it helps because Shinnosuke is FAR too motivated to ever give him a chance.
- Combining Mecha: His Sky Cyclone can combine with other Shocker planes to increase its speed, size, and attack power.
- Composite Character: In terms of designs, takes cues from Sky Rider and Riderman, the former for his flying abilities and the latter for being the fourth Rider.
- Cool Plane: The Sky Cyclone.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Has a deep, threatening voice, and unlike 3 there's absolutely no chance of changing 4.
- Finishing Move: Rider Punch and Rider Kick.
- Four Is Death: Was created on April 4, which is the same date that keeps repeating in the "Groundhog Day" Loop of his mini-series.
- Hero Killer: The purpose of his creation.
- The Juggernaut: As a heavily modified cybernetic being, the basic combined attacks of Drive don't even phase him, Shinnosuke's normal Type Speed finisher just knocks him back a few feet, and it takes a reckless overclocking of Type Formula's abilities to finally beat him.
Kamen Rider Drive: Surprise Future
Kamen Rider Dark Drive (Eiji Tomari/Roidmude 108)
Portrayed by: Chris Peppler (voice)
A Kamen Rider hailing from a Bad Future where the Drive System (and Mr. Belt) went berserk. When Eiji Tomari travelled to the past in order to change history, Dark Drive followed in his Cool Car, the NEXTridoron, to prevent him from changing the timeline. Once in the present, he attempts to eliminate both Tomaris.
His true identity is Eiji Tomari, who originally used Dark Drive to defend humanity. Unfortunately, he was defeated and copied by Roidmude 108, who stole the identity of Dark Drive as well. As Dark Drive is a more advanced system, it can run on auto-pilot without having a user in the suit. 108 takes advantage of this feature to stage the murder of "Eiji" and push Shinnosuke into destroying Mr. Belt.
- Badass Driver: His Cool Car, the NEXTridoron, is certainly badass.
- Bad Future: Where he comes from, which is like that thanks to the Drive System. This is a complete lie.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Subverted. Eiji Tomari used the Dark Drive system for good. It's his Roidmude copy that used it for evil.
- Mix-and-Match Weapon: The Blade Gunner, a combination of the Break Gunner and Handle Sword.
- The Psycho Rangers: Instead of using them to exchange tires or shift types, Dark Drive uses NEXT Hunter (Justice Hunter), NEXT Deco Traveller (Deco Traveller), and NEXT Builder (Technic) like Viral Cores, having them possess larger versions of the vehicles they're based on and spawning Roidmude minions to drive them and fight on his behalf.
- Triangle Shades: His visor's shape puts this trope in mind.
- Tron Lines: Both his suit and NEXTridoron contain blue lines.
- Yin-Yang Bomb: Before Roidmude 108 killed him Eji had access to the subdued hard-light abilities of Type NEXT and the flashier kinetic techniques of Type SPECIAL
Portrayed by: Mackenyu
Shinnosuke's son from twenty years into the future. He travelled back in time to prevent a Bad Future dominated by Mr. Belt, who would be transformed into an unstoppable megalomaniac by a glitch in the Drive System. His true identity is Roidmude 108, who defeated and copied the real Eiji Tomari in the future before travelling back in time. His story about the Bad Future is a fabrication designed to make Shinnosuke destroy Mr. Belt, leaving 108 free to merge with his past self and create a time-breaking paradox.
- Backup from Otherworld: With the time stream becoming all twisted and torn thanks to the Paradox Roidmude, Eji's ghost (from the future) is able to help his father activate Type Special.
- Kid from the Future: He's Shinnosuke and Kiriko's son from twenty years into the future.
- Man in White: Wears a pure white suit, which directly contrasts him with his pursuer, Dark Drive. Also swerves into Light Is Not Good.
- Missing Mom: There's no report on who Eiji's mother is. He implies she is Kiriko, though Shinnosuke doesn't take the "hint" until much later - and dismisses it.
- With the final episode pretty much confirming it though, this kind of becomes a Late-Arrival Spoiler.
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Travelled back in time to stop whatever the Drive System will do to the world. This is a lie.
Roidmude 108/Paradox Roidmude
Portrayed by: Rikiya Koyama (voice), Mackenryu (live)
A mysterious Roidmude who was sealed away by his own kind for his excessively erratic and dangerous behavior. He travels back in time under the guise of Eiji Tomari so he can merge with his younger self, creating the Paradox Roidmude and giving him the ability to permanently freeze all time itself.
- Discard and Draw: After his past self is released from dormancy, he tosses aside the Drive Driver and assumes his Supreme Evolution form.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Apparently, he's so vile that even his fellow Roidmudes considered him dangerous enough to be sealed away.
- Fusion Dance: The 108 from the future fuses with the 108 from the present to become the Paradox Roidmude.
- Golden Super Mode: He manages to achieve something similar to the Super Evolution form of other Roidmudes by merging with his past self and using the data from the resultant Time Paradox to directly jump from his low-class Roidmude form into something he calls his "Supreme Evolution" form.
- 108: His Roidmude core.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Was sealed away by his fellow Roidmudes.
- Stealth Pun: His Advanced Form is Paradox. An Eight is a loop or knot.
- Time Crash: What his final goal is.
- Time Paradox: Intends to create one so that he can freeze time itself, thereby creating an eternal Global Freeze.
Kamen Rider Drive Saga
Roidmude 099/Angel Roidmude
Potrayed by Mami Yamasaki (live), TBA (suit)
- Attack Its Weak Point: A strike in her chest will release a Roidemude Core that she's stolen and absorbed, weakening her.
- Big Bad: Of Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Chaser.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She has a facade of being a Nice Girl who simply wants to save her kind, but call her out enough and she'll snap at you.
- Dark Messiah: In the same vein as Kugai Kudō and his Black Bodhi cult, she proclaims herself to be a saviour for the Roidmudes, and puts some of them under her control.
- Dress Hits Floor: Her second meeting with Chase has her undressing.
- Early-Bird Cameo: She makes her first appearance in #43 in a photo in the Roidmude count list in her low-class appearance.
- Emotion Bomb: Her feathers.
- Feather Motif: As befitting of the Angel Roidmude. She uses these feathers for her plans in many ways, including attacks and giving Chase emotions.
- Flight: She can fly on her own, as seen during her fight with Chase.
- Gadgeteer Genius: She created the Rhino Super Viral Core and the feathers that give emotions.
- Getting Smilies Painted on Your Soul: This is effectively what her feathers do to Chase. She wants to bring this to the surviving Roidmudes and possibly humanity as well.
- In the Back: One of her halos snatches away Heart's Roidmude Core from behind him.
- Lotus-Eater Machine: Her feathers eventually overwhelm the Roidmude subjected to them with emotions, bringing about her goal for Roidmudes to live in "everlasting peace" without a care in the world. Roidmudes whose Cores have been absorbed into her body experience a better example of this trope. She plans on eventually extending this "everlasting peace" to the humans as well.
- Lower-Deck Episode: She appears in the V-Cinema reunion special, Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Chaser in her Advanced Roidmude appearance as Angel Roidmude.
- The Starscream: Angel intends to supplant Heart as leader of the Roidmudes, and she has a renegade faction of them under her command.
- Utopia Justifies the Means: She wants all Roidmudes to be overloaded with human emotions and be absorbed into her "paradise", thinking that they will achieve peace in doing so.
- Villainous Breakdown: Angel does not take it very well when Chase rejects her plan as invalidation of individuality rather than the peace that she claims it to be.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Angel truly believes that her plan is what is best for the Roidmudes.
- Your Soul Is Mine: She pulls this on her followers, using her halos to take their Roidmude Cores and absorb them into her body to increase her own power. She does this under the pretense of having them join her in an ideal, peaceful world. She also does this to Heart.
Ryu Terui/Kamen Rider Accel
Protrayed by: Minehiro Kinomoto (live)A police superintendent assigned to the Futo Police Department who teams up with the SCU. Appears in Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Chaser. For tropes specific to his character, see here.
Roidmude 005/Revenger Roidmude
The Big Bad of the Kamen Rider Drive: ~Mach Saga~ novel and its sequel, Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Mach. He wreaks havoc two years following the defeat of the Roidmudes, concurrent with several power outages and arson cases. For more information on his previous incarnation, Roidmude 005, see here.
The Big Bad of the Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Heart special. A mysterious monster with the amalgamated appearance of all three Roidmude types. He appears about two years after the Roidmude threat ended, targeting the previous Roidmudes' human templates. He attacks Medic's human template, Misuzu Hatori, and runs afoul of the newly revived Heart.
- Animal Motifs: He is all three of the primary types of Roidmudes at once, being an amalgam of all of them. As such, his low-class Roidmude form takes on the distinguishing characteristics of all of their low-class forms.
- Big Bad: Of Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Heart.
- Fusion Dance: Is the result of the broken data of all 108 Roidmudes cores merging into a singular entity.
- Meaningful Number: His numerical designation as a Roidmude, 5886, is the sum of the values of each Roidmude's number (i.e. 1 + 2 + 3 + ... + 108 = 5,886)note . He is the amalgamated data of the previous Roidmudes, so having their numbers added up is an appropriate fit for him.
- Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: 5886 is simultaneously a Spider-type Roidmude, a Bat-type Roidmude, and a Cobra-type Roidmude. He's also the vestiges of data from the past Roidmudes, so he's kind of like a robot zombie or ghost.
- Odd Name Out: The only Roidmude with a four-digit number, and the only one whose numeric designation does not include the number zero (not counting Cyberoid ZZZ and any numberless Roidmudes).
- Super Strength: Is immensely strong to the point of manhandling Heart's Super Evolved form and physically ripping his Type Speed Wild Technic armor apart with his bare hands.
- You Are Number 6: While nearly all Roidmudes (barring Megahex's Mecha Roidmudes and Dark Drive's Future Roidmudes) qualify for this trope, 5886 is a unique case. His absurdly large numerical designation seems arbitrarily specific, but it's actually the summation of integers from 1 to 108 (the amount of official numbered Roidmudes).