Characters from Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FOREVER
Portrayed by: Nayuta Fukuzaki (live)The host of Another Den-O, and Futaros' contractor. See the entry for Another Den-O on the Kamen Rider Zi-O: Another Riders page.
Portrayed by: Taiyo Saito (live)A young boy kidnapped by Time Jacker Tid, who escaped into 2018 and meets Sougo, Sento and Ataru. Despite their best efforts to protect him, he gives himself up to protect Ataru, and is shortly revealed to be Ataru's missing older brother who vanished on his birthday (January 29, 2000), the day before Kamen Rider Kuuga premiered.
- Alone with the Psycho: Shingo is hunted down and kidnapped by Tid, who not only is insane, but locks the poor boy in a box, just so that Tid can take over the world.
- Fish out of Temporal Water: While time-displaced for 18 years, he is amazed at the sight of Sougo whipping out a smartphone to look for his home and asks if it was a portable computer.
- Gone to the Future: He realizes he was brought forward to 2018 after learning of smartphones, Kamen Riders aside from Kuuga, and his younger brother Ataru having grown up, in a timeline where he was declared missing for the past 18 years.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: He is revealed to be a Singularity Point who will have strong memories of Heisei Riders to come growing up as an avid fan, and is immune to anything but the most extreme changes to the time stream.
- Spanner in the Works: Tid believes his Ripple Effect-Proof Memory is the root source of the Kamen Riders' continued existence that ruins his plans to Take Over the World, no matter how he changes the timeline to get rid of them. To that end, he orchestrates Shingo's kidnapping to prevent him from even starting on the first episode of Kuuga and beyond, slowly erasing the existence of Heisei Riders in their world as a result.
- Wham Line: From Tid to him with regards to his true nature.Tid: How is it that no matter how I erase Kamen Riders from existence, somehow you're the only one who still remembers them...?"
- Wise Beyond Their Years: Is noted to be quite smart and mature for a 7-year-old. Upon finding out that Ataru shares the same name as his yet-to-be-born younger brother and that they share the same home, he realizes he was brought forward to the future and Ataru is his grown-up younger brother. After Grease fails to protect them from Another Double and Den-O, his Big Brother Instinct kicks in as he surrenders himself in order to protect Ataru.
Portrayed by: Kenichi Takitō (voice)A benevolent Imagin based on Fuuma Kotaro who forms a contract with Ataru, granting his wish of meeting Kamen Riders by blending their realities into one. He later learns of Shingo's situation and uses Ataru as a means to lead him and Sougo to time travel back to his birthday, the day Shingo was kidnapped, in an attempt to save him.
- Author Existence Failure: Meta example - Futaros is the only Imagin designed by Tamotsu Shinohara,note whereas all prior Imagins had been designed by Yasushi Nirasawa, who passed away in 2016.
- Big Damn Heroes: He gets Ataru to announce their contract is complete as a last resort while in danger of being attacked by mooks, allowing Futaros to solidify just in the nick of time to fend them off and save him, while using him to travel to the past to save Shingo shortly after.
- Dark Is Not Evil: A benevolent Imagin who happens to look like the devil.
- Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: He tries and failed to snap Ataru out of it after he was turned into Another Den-O.
- Literal Genie: As with his species' home series. Ataru's wish is to meet Kamen Riders, as such his solution was to blend their realities together to bring them over to his reality. But as a side effect of his limited powers, the characters brought over tend to lose their identity and blend in as normal people.note Futaros does not mind this detail, as he feels just having Ataru meet the "cast" should be enough to complete the contract.
- Now What?: Near the end of the movie, he wonders to himself this, feeling he has served his purpose well.
Portrayed by: Shunsuke Daitō
A powerful Time Jacker who hails from an Alternate Reality where Kamen Rider is a fictional TV Show, he seeks to erase the existence of Kamen Riders as a whole, particularly after they start coming into his reality due to Futaros granting Ataru Hisanaga's wish.
To that end, he created Another Double to kidnap and imprison Ataru's older brother Shingo, believing his strong memories as a Kuuga fan and status as a Singularity Point is the source of the Heisei Kamen Riders' continued existence despite any changes to the timeline he makes. He also visits the ancient Kurougatake ruins to steal Kuuga's powers to back himself up, turning himself into Another Kuuga.
- AcCENT upon the Wrong SylLABle: His dialogue as heard in the trailer appears to be this.
- Big Bad: He is the main villain of Heisei Generations Forever.
- Death by Irony: Dies at the hands, or feet really, of the Kamen Riders, the same heroes he saw as nothing but fictional characters in a TV show.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Annoyed that Sento, Ryuga, Sougo, Geiz, and Futaros wouldn't stop breaching his castle to save Shingo, he questions why they even bother even though they're just fictional characters. Ataru saying that Kamen Riders are real only infuriates him more.
- Failed a Spot Check: His reaction to Another Den-O suddenly disappearing and coming back defeated implies he was not aware that his own Kamen Rider counterpart is another unaffected Singularity Point himself.
- Famous Last Words: Damn you, Heisei Riders!!
- Killed Off for Real: Getting Rider Kicked by every primary Rider will do that to you.
- Meaningful Appearance: Tid's castle, which is a combination Another Den-O's train, which wraps around its tallest tower, with an even larger pair of Another Den-O's horns, Futo City's windmills, Build's Skywall, but glows green instead of red, and clocks around its tower, with lines around the "Skywall" bring to mind Decade's own helmet.
- Mind Manipulation: He is implied to be able to brainwash people to do his bidding. He tries to brainwash Sento to lure Ryuga and Sougo away from Shingo and defeat them while at it, but this is subverted in that Sento saw this coming and pretended to be brainwashed, fighting Cross-Z and Zi-O before pulling a surprise attack on Tid once he let his guard down. This still fails anyways as Tid froze time just before the attack hit him.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Getting Shingo involved in the final fight as Another Ultimate Kuuga has led the young boy to witness the grand sight of the 20 Heisei Kamen Riders standing before him after his rescue, kicking off his love and deeply-seated memories of them that would be their source of existence in the future.
- Not So Stoic: The trailers do a good job of hiding Tid's psychotic side, and while he acts composed for the first half, the minute he finally seals away Shingo, he can only laughs as he causes his castle to arise and begins to take over the world.
- Once he loses as Another Kuuga and becomes Ultimate, he can only laugh madly, scream and rant as he destroys everything in sight, and as he dies, he lets out one last scream as he dies in his Another Ultimate Kuuga form.
- Omnicidal Maniac: Becoming Another Ultimate Kuuga, he no longer wishes to rule the world, now he just wants to destroy it, because "[he] is the only one who needs to smile"
- Original Generation: Beyond calling himself a "Time Jacker", Tid is entirely new villain and doesn't have any visible connection with Swartz's gang.
- Psychopathic Manchild: Turns out to be this, as he insanely laughs after sealing away Shingo, gets annoyed that the Riders wouldn't stop breaking into his castle, and goes crazy after become Another Ultimate Kuuga.
- Rasputinian Death: As Another Ultimate Kuuga, he takes in order: Dragon Rider Kick, Tatoba Kick, Omega Drive (Ore), Rider Rocket Drill Kick, Mighty Critical Strike, a triple kick of Takeshishiki Onike, Cross Horn Rider Kick and Lightning Blast, another triple kick of Joker Extreme, Dimension Kick and DenRider Kick, a double attack of Kick Strike and Darkness Moon Break, SpeeDrop, Orange Sparking, then another double attack of Crimson Smash and Kabuto Rider Kick (flying side variation), and a finale of Mighty Kick, Time Break, and Vortex Finish.
- Serial Escalation: His power in a nutshell. The other Time Jackers can eliminate entire Kamen Rider timelines. Tid is targeting the entire Rider franchise, and is dissolving the Rider universe into the real world.
- The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: He invades another world where Kamen Rider is just a TV show.
- Temporal Paradox: With a touch of irony. His primary reason for kidnapping Shingo to erase Kamen Riders is because them coming into reality would be a hindrance to his plans to Take Over the World, yet it was because he kidnapped Shingo that Ataru started wishing Kamen Riders into existence to save him in the first place.
- Villainous Breakdown: Gets a long and cathartic one for everything he has done:
- First, he loses Another Den-O, and gets told a "Reason You Suck" Speech by Ataru.
- Then, he loses Another Double, pissing him off and vowing to kill the Riders.
- Finally, after the defeat as Another Kuuga, Tid flees back to his castle to merge with Shingo to become Another Ultimate Kuuga, with the express purpose of destroying everything. Only to get his ass handed to him by all 20 Heisei Riders + Geiz and Cross-Z. All he can do is scream as his Another Ultimate Kuuga form explodes, with him still inside it.
- Would Hurt a Child: Is going after a young boy named Shingo because of his status as a Singularity Point whom he believes is the source of all the Heisei Kamen Riders' existence.
- Wham Line: One that reveals that he is actually Not So Stoic as he seems.
Characters from Kamen Rider Zi-O Over Quartzer
QuartzerThe main antagonists of Over Quartzer, lead by Kamen Rider Barlckx, they seek to assassinate Krim Steinbelt before he creates the Drive System in order to erase Kamen Rider Drive and Kamen Rider Mach from history, thus negating the creation of the GrandZi-O Ridewatch. They also appear to conspire against Sougo Tokiwa.
- Bling of War: With the exception of Woz, all of the Quartzer Riders have gold parts in them.
- The Conspiracy: They manipulated Oma Zi-O's rise, all in order to unify the timelines of the Heisei Riders so they could destroy and remake the Heisei Era.
- Defeat Means Friendship: After Barlckxs and the other Quartzer Riders are defeated and their plans to remake the Heisei Era are foiled, the remaining Quartzers give up on their plans to undo the Heisei Era and revert the timeline to bring back Sougo's friends.
- Department of Redundancy Department: Implied, but eventually subverted. All of the Quartzer Riders carry around the Ridewatches of the Riders their suits are based on, suggesting that they can transform into armors of those Riders. However, their main Rider forms are all mechanized hybrids of the Riders they are based on, rendering the Ridewatches pointless aside from looking cool until it's shown that they can grant abilities besides Rider Armors, as shown with the Bio Rider, Robo Rider, and J Ridewatches.
- Mooks: They have an army of Kasshin that serve as their footsoldiers.
- Original Generation: While their suits are based on pre-existing Riders, the Quartzer Riders are separate characters from anything seen before in Kamen Rider, creating specifically to serve as the villains of the Crossover anniversary movie.
- Time Police: They introduce themselves as "The Wardens of Time/History" and they do seek to correct continuity errors in the Heisei Era, though their method of doing so involves using a portal to fling the present day Earth into the year 2000 Earth to invoke a massive Cosmic Retcon that recreates the Heisei Era of Kamen Rider into a much more cohesive narrative.
- Title Drop: The "Quartzer" takes its name from the name of Zi-O's opening song, "Over Quartzer."
Leader of Quartzer/Kamen Rider Barlckxs/SOUGO Tokiwa
Portrayed by: ISSA (live), Yuji Nakata (suit)
The mysterious leader of the Wardens of Time, who transforms into Kamen Rider Barlckxs. He is in fact the original version of Sougo Tokiwa, who reigns as the king of time. His goal is to erase the Kamen Riders and create a new world.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: A truly dangerous one, easily trouncing every single Heisei Rider, INCLUDING the likes of Gaim and Kuuga, during the first half of the climatic battle between him and Grand Zi-O.
- The Bad Guy Wins: Downplayed, as while he fails to restart the world, a new era does replace the Heisei Era: the Reiwa Era.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: SOUGO choose the boy that became our Sougo to take his place and gather the Heisei Riders' powers into one person so he could reset the world without any resistance. Giving Sougo that power lead to the creation of Oma Zi-O who is far stronger than SOUGO could ever be which leads to our Sougo gaining the power needed to defeat SOUGO.
- Big Bad: Of Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer. He's one of the Biggest Bads in Kamen Rider, considering his plan was to erase the history of the Kamen Riders and he also directly instigated Oma Zi-O's rise, through having Swartz select and raise Sougo to be King and through having Woz ensure the events of the Oma Advent Calendar would come to pass, all to unify the worlds of the Heisei Riders so he could destroy and remake them.
- Bling of War: Barlckxs and his fellow Quartzer Riders (with the exception of Woz) all have various gold pieces in their Rider forms, with Barlckxs' face being gold.
- The Chessmaster: Is extraordinarily cunning, to the point that no one had an inkling of his master plan or even his existence until he made himself known in The Movie. To summarize, he secretly saved Sougo as a child using his time powers so that Swartz would chose his secret body double to become the Demon King and gather all of the Heisei Riders' powers into one. Then to ensure Oma Zi-O's rise in that timeline, SOUGO gave Woz the Oma Advent Calendar which details how Oma Zi-O comes to be and have him sabotage any threat to those events.
- Continuity Snarl: His entire plot is an attempt at repairing this for Kamen Rider as a whole. The Quartzer see the premises of the individual Heisei Riders as too logically inconsistent from one another to make any sense coexisting as a single time period, and so want to replace the Heisei Era and its Riders with one that follows a single cohesive narrative under their control.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: He can be seen as one to Nobuhiko Tsukikage, the Big Bad of the previous Heisei crossover Summer movie:
- Tsukikage was an A.R. version of the villainous Shadow Moon, SOUGO is an original Rider based on the heroic Kamen Rider BLACK RX.
- Tsukikage was a servant of Tsukasa Kadoya who betrayed and overthrew him, SOUGO was The Man Behind the Man to Sougo's rise as Oma Zi-O.
- Tsukikage led Dai-Shocker, a group composed of past Kamen Rider villains, SOUGO leads the Quartzer, a group of original villains.
- Tsukikage sought to conquer alternate worlds, SOUGO seeks to destroy the Earth and reign as King of Time.
- Cosmic Retcon: Barlckxs' plan is to invoke a big one on the Heisei Era of the Kamen Rider franchise itself by using a portal to smash the Present World of Heisei with the World of Heisei in the year 2000, allowing the Quartzer to recreate the Heisei Era to have a more streamlined narrative without any contradictions in plot and setting in between shows.
- Create Your Own Hero: SOUGO manipulated his younger alternate self's rise into Zi-O in order to have him gather all of the Ridewatches and unify the worlds of the Heisei Riders. This same Sougo would eventually oppose SOUGO later on.
- Didn't See That Coming: SOUGO's plan reset the Heisei Era is sent crashing down to flames due to failing to predict that Oma Zi-O would cause disruptions from his timeline.
- Eviler Than Thou: Compared to Ohma Zi-O, or rather, Future!Sougo, this Sougo is much more ruthless and arrogant, only cares about the world as he deemed fit without any reasoning to his current counterpart. Even Ohma Zi-O, while equally ruthless and arrogant as SOUGO, at least have a great care towards his younger counterpart, although it was mostly for saving his own existence. While Ohma Zi-O was content to rule the world even as it was ruined, SOUGO seeks to destroy it and remake it In Their Own Image, which eventually leads Ohma Zi-O to interfere to stop Barlckxs and preserve the timeline.
- Evil Overlord: His ultimate goal is to remake the Heisei Era to one that suits his own image and rule over it as King of Time.
- Expy: To Kohtaro Minami from the Kamen Rider Black manga. More specifically, the future version of Kohtaro, both of whom stand at odds with their younger counterparts.
- Famous Last Words: After getting blown through by the "Heisei Rider Kick," and realizes that his shield spells out "Heisei," realizing he's lost.Barlckxs: Impossible...!
- To Tid, the Big Bad of Heisei Generations Forever
- Both are time masters, but while Tid was a rogue Time Jacker who only worked with Another Riders he created, Barlckxs works with his group of loyalists as the "Wardens Of Time" who are "lost" Kamen Riders.
- They both seek to erase the Kamen Riders in order to rule the world, though through different ways. Tid seals away a Singularity to ensure that the changes to the world he takes over forgets Kamen Riders ever existed, while SOUGO uses the Dai Time Mazines to restart the world, replacing the Heisei Riders with his Quarter.
- They cause Sougo to have an identity crisis though through different ways, Tid taking over a world where Kamen Rider is just a TV show while SOUGO reveals himself to be the true version of Sougo, with Zi-O being just a regular kid that acted as his body double.
- They also get hit with No Kill Like Overkill, with Tid/Another Kuuga getting hit by every primary Rider in their base form, and SOUGO/Barlckxs gets hit with every rider in their final form.
- Also arguably to Oma Zi-O, both being evil future versions of Present!Sougo; appropriately, Present!Sougo fights SOUGO using his Oma Zi-O form.
- Oma Zi-O has a motif of metal watch bands across his chest; Barlckxs has one of leather watch bands across his chest.
- Oma Zi-O has no problem with letting Sougo act on his own, only sending minimal influence (Black Woz and Kasshin) back to the past, and even tells Sougo how to change the past after curb-stomping him on more than one occasion, only going to the past because of Barlckxs; Barlckxs actively goes out of his way to get rid of Sougo (or at least, his final form).
- Oma Zi-O has powers based off of Heisei/Neo Heisei era Ridersnote ; Barlckxs has powers based on a Showa-era/Lost Heisei rider.
- To Tid, the Big Bad of Heisei Generations Forever
- Foreshadowing: Notice that the clock hands on his Barlckxs mask points to 10:10 like Zi-O and that he shares the gold colors and red visor to Oma Zi-O. That's because he's SOUGO Tokiwa, the true one!
- Gone Horribly Right: He had the Zi-O timeline created in order to draw attention away from himself. This resulted in the birth of Oma Zi-O, whose powers both over time and as a Rider far surpassed his own.
- Greater-Scope Villain: Of Kamen Rider Zi-O as a whole; Swartz's plans were inadvertently part of the much larger plans of the Quartzer. While Swartz was still responsible for implanting the dream to become king in Sougo's mind and giving him the power to manipulate space-time, as well as banishing Tsukuyomi to the World of Zi-O, SOUGO — through Woz — was the one ultimately responsible for Oma Zi-O's rise, the failure of the Resistance, Geiz's and Tsukuyomi coming to the past, and is even indirectly the creator of the Future Riders thanks to Kouta trying to stop Sougo from becoming Oma Zi-O. On a more hilarious note, his actions in the movie cause Geiz to become Nobunaga, Sougo's idol.
- Hellbent For Leather: Has a leather watchstrap wrapped around his chest, just like Oma Zi-O's golden watchstrap.
- In Their Own Image: SOUGO's true plan is to redo the Heisei era as he sees fit, seeing the current one as nothing but an eyesore. It just so happens his way to do so is destroying the Heisei Riders and replacing them with his followers.
- Kill and Replace: On a grand universal scale. Essentially, the Leader wishes to destroy the current Heisei Era and redo it by flinging the Earth through time.
- Killed Off for Real: Getting Rider Kicked by every primary Rider in their final forms will do that to you.
- Knight Templar: In his own twisted way, he wants to make a better world. He just wants to clean up the "messy" Heisei era with a cleaner era. Just one that he controls due to having his Quartzers become the Heisei Riders.
- Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Barlckxs' plan isn't just to erase the Heisei Kamen Riders, but to remake the Heisei Era of the Kamen Rider franchise. Effectively, he wants to forcefully Retcon the Heisei Era of the Kamen Rider Series out of existence and replace it with a Heisei Era with a much more controlled plot and more consistency in between shows.
- Making a Splash: His Biorider Ridewatch allows him to become liquid.
- The Man Behind the Man: While Swartz was the one who embarked Sougo on his path towards becoming king, the Leader is the one ultimately responsible for the rise of Oma Zi-O. The apparent manifestation of Young Sougo's powers in order to save Young Hiryu in episode 27 of the series? That was actually SOUGO's doing to get Swartz to select Sougo and condition him to be a Rider who would unite the scattered timelines of the Heisei Riders. To ensure that his younger self became the Demon King of Time, he gave Woz the Oma Advent Calendar, the book that told one of how Sougo becomes Oma Zi-O and had him follow it, leading to Oma Zi-O rising to power and ruling the world by the year 2068.
- Mythology Gag:
- His Rider name and design is based on Kamen Rider BLACK RX, the first Kamen Rider television series to be broadcast in Heisei Era, but generally counted as Showa series.note As a nod to this, Barlckxs has Ridewatches for Black RX, Roborider, and Biorider in the Ridewatch Holders on his forearms.
- In addition, his sword bears resemblance with Revolcane.
- A darker one is his similarity to Kohtaro Minami, which in the Kamen Rider Black manga, also has an alternate version of himself from the future.
- Just before he gets defeated by the Heisei Riders, he raises a rectangle board with the characters 平成 (Heisei) on it, which is an obvious reference to the well-known reveal announcement of the Heisei Era name held by former Japan chief cabinet secretary Keizō Obuchi in 1989.
- No Name Given: Apart from his Rider name, he is only referred as the leader of Quartzer in merchandise and promotions before the movie released. There's a good reason for that.
- Eventually averted as he is actually the original Sougo Tokiwa, dubbed "SOUGO".
- No Kill Like Overkill: Gets Rider Kicked by every primary Rider in their final forms.
- Omnicidal Maniac: In order to invoke his Cosmic Retcon on the Heisei Era, Barlckxs used a portal to suck up all of Heisei Era Earth's inhabitants.
- One-Winged Angel: After Sougo unlocks Zi-O Oma Form and summons the Heisei Riders in their final forms, Barlckxs matches him by using his Biorider Ridewatch and the J Ridewatch to grow giant and invincible.
- Power Nullifier: Barlckxs can cancel anything Grand Zi-O can summon. But not Zi-O Oma Form.
- Rasputinian Death: It takes the combined might of every primary rider in their final form plus Geiz, in a group attack called the "Heisei Rider Kick," for SOUGO to meet his end.
- Red Baron: Collectively, Quartzer is also known as the "Wardens Of Time." Barlckxs/SOUGO's is called the King of Time.
- Red Herring: He uses this to his advantage. Sougo is meant to gather the Heisei Riders' powers peacefully so he can reset the world without them interfering.
- Spell My Name with an "S": After the movie released, official merch spells his name as SOUGO, to note the difference between him and Sougo.
- Thinking Up Portals: SOUGO's master plan involves opening up a time portal with the Dai Time Mazines, in order to to fling the Earth through through the past to reset it.
- Underestimating Badassery: Sees the Sougo that the audience has been following as nothing but a body double and a false king, extending this attitude to his future self. This dismissiveness results in SOUGO not factoring in Oma Zi-O having the power to interfere with his plans, with the Demon King of Time promptly showcasing how gross of a miscalculation this oversight was.
- Villain Has a Point: His methods are a gross overreaction to say the least, but he's not wrong to point out that the stories of Riders like Kabutonote and Gaimnote have a hard time reconciling themselves with the others. Ryuki and Build can at least be forgiven due to explicitly taking place in alternate timelines.
Kagen/Kamen Rider Zonjis
Portrayed by: Papaya Suzuki (live), Kosuke Asai (suit)
- Bling of War: Wears a flashy gold mantle. His Rider form underneath that is rather mellow, though.
- Brains and Brawn: The brawn to the Jogen's brain.
- Co-Dragons: He and Jogen function as the Quartzer's two top enforcers.
- Dragon Their Feet: After Barlckxs and Zamonas get destroyed, Zonjis shows up in The Stinger with two Kasshine declaring he will remake the Heisei Era himself.
- Fingerless Gloves: Has them with oriental gears and clocks decorating them, which might also be a reference to Masaru Aso, Kamen Rider ZO.
- Meaningful Name: In Japanese, Kagen (下弦) means the last quarter moon in the lunar phase. It also shares the same pronunciation with Kagen (下限 lit. "Lower limit"), in contrast to Jogen's name.
- Mythology Gag: His Rider name and design represent Kamen Rider Shin, Kamen Rider ZO, and Kamen Rider J; all those films were released in the Heisei Eranote , but are counted as Showa Rider films due to the involvement of the late Shotaro Ishinomori. As a nod to this, Zonjis has Ridewatches for Shin, J, and ZO in the Ridewatch Holders on his forearms.
- His introduction has him make the same hand shape "J" that the original did and his effect of his transformation sequence also resembles ZO's transformation effect.
- His civilian outfit is based on Masaru Aso's civilian attire.
- His fighting style is similar to Shin.
- Spikes of Villainy: Kamen Rider Zonjis has several spiky protrusions throughout his suit.
- The Coats Are Off: Just like Super Galaxy King and the Horoscopes, Zonjis is able to take off his mantle.
- Worf Had the Flu: He is defeated by Zero One easily, mainly because just moments before he was fighting against Geiz along with several other Riders in their final form. Though he survives, the battle left him so badly injured that he couldn't even walk straight. Had he been in proper condition, Zero-One wouldn't have been beaten him so easily.
Jogen/Kamen Rider Zamonas
Portrayed by: Syuusuke Saito (live), Hajime Kanzaki (suit)
A member of Quartzer who transforms into Kamen Rider Zamonas.
- Bling of War: His shoulder pads and head all contain gold pieces, giving him a very flashy look.
- Brains and Brawn: The brain to the Kagen's brawn.
- Co-Dragons: He and Kagen function as the Quartzer's two top enforcers.
- Energy Bow: His un-named bowgun fires energy arrows.
- Hellbent For Leather: Has two leather watchstraps wrapped around his chest.
- Meaningful Name: In Japanese, Jogen (上弦) means the first quarter moon in the lunar phase. It also shares the same pronunciation with Jogen (上限 lit. "Upper limit"), in contrast to Kagen's name.
- Mythology Gag: His Rider name and design is based on Kamen Rider Amazons, which is generally considered a Heisei series, but with one exception is usually not listed alongside the other TV series. As a nod to this, Zamonas has Ridewatches for Amazons Alpha, Omega, and Neo in the Ridewatch Holders on his forearms.
- Just like the Amazon Riders, Jogen has no specific transformation pose, as he simply rotates his Ziku Driver, as well as having the transformation effect be a burst of heat and fire.
- His civilian outfit is based on Jin Takayama's civilian attire. In addition, Jogen uttering of the word "henshin" mirrors Jin's way of saying "Amazon" in his first transformation, right down to a close-up of his face, like Amazon Riders.
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: Though he's the Starter Villain for the Quartzers, Jogen completely abstains from putting any extra theatrics into his Transformation Sequence and fighting style aside from what his Ridewatch provides him and period-appropriate introductions. His apathy in this sense also doubles as a protracted reference to Amazons, since the Amazon Riders have a similar lack of theatrics.
- Obviously Evil: Jogen's Ridewatch is the only Ridewatch in the entire series which produces the same distorted beeping as the Anotherwatches when activated, making it very clear that his arrival is a sign of what's to come.
- Primary-Color Champion: His main form is primary blue and red color scheme, similar to Amazon Alpha and Amazon Neo.
Portrayed by: Tomaya Maeno (live)
- Broken Pedestal: Played for Laughs. When Sougo finally meets the Demon King of the Sixth Heaven, to say that he is disappointed would be an understatement.
- Hopeless Suitor: Is in love with Clara Steinbelt who has no interest in him romantically.
- Manchild: Yes, the feared Demon King of the Sixth Heaven is nothing more than an incompetent crybaby.note So is it any surprise that Geiz was the one who was used for the Demon King history knows and fears?
- Not as You Know Them: In history, Oda is well known as a feared conqueror who came close to unifying Japan. Here, he is utterly incompetent, because Geiz took the mantle of Demon King by accident, who took control of Oda's forces to try to stop Quartzer.
Portrayed by: Fumiya Takahashi (voice)A Kamen Rider from the near future and Zi-O's successor.
- Early-Bird Cameo: What his appearance ultimately amounts to.