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Recap / Kamen Rider Wizard E 52 The Kamen Rider Rings

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A band of monsters are locating a chest containing the Rider Rings, only for them to be stolen by two children. Meanwhile on his new journey after Gremlin's destruction, Haruto hears the cries of children from a giant Magic Stone and is sucked in. He soon awakes and finds himself in an alternate world where all of the various monsters ever defeated by Kamen Riders end up in. He manages to run into the children as well as the elder versions of the Doughnut Shop Hungry's Manager and Worker and younger versions of Rinko and Shunpei. Furthermore, civilians around them begin transforming into monsters to capture the children under the order of Amadum, the ruler of the world. The children escape using Kamen Riders Double, Fourze, Faiz, and Kabuto; while Kamen Riders OOO and Decade are the children's getaway drivers. Before departing, Kamen Rider Decade questions Haruto if this is the World of Wizard, only for Haruto to refute the claim. Later, Haruto passes by an alternate version of the Omokagedō, where the world's Wajima explains to him that the children are beginning to transform into monsters. While watching over the children, he learns that the little girl's name is Koyomi. Suddenly, Amadum summons Haruto and explains that he needs the Rider Rings to prevent the monsters spilling into a new world. He also meets Nito, who came to this world prior to losing Beast Chimera, in Amadum's lair as well. On their way back, Haruto notices a mirage of Koyomi, then looks at this new ring and asking Koyomi if that is her wish. Returning with Nito to the Omokagedō, Haruto learns that the children are gone, but not before they trapped Wajima, Shunpei, and Rinko in the Mirror World using the Ryuki Rider Ring. Using the Clear Ring, Haruto enters the Mirror World where Kamen Rider Ryuki tells him that the children need to be protected just before releasing everyone from the Mirror World. However, before leaving, Wajima explains to Haruto that the children were destined to become monsters, but they believe that in leaving their world they hope they can remain human. The children escape only to run into Amadum's followers. Haruto and Nito get to them in time, but are brushed aside. Nito expresses that it is not part of Amadum's bargain, so both Haruto and Nito transform to fight. The boy uses a Wizardriver to summon Kamen Riders Hibiki, Kiva, Den-O, Agito, and Kuuga to save themselves, but also fight off Kamen Rider Wizard and Beast, as they realize that Haruto and Nito are also trying to stop them. The children then use the rings in an attempt to escape the world, calling out to someone on to Earth to save them. Suddenly, a young man turns around and is beckoned by the cries. A portal opens and something crashes out from it, which reveals to be a new Kamen Rider in orange-colored armor who singlehandedly destroys Amadum's followers. Kamen Rider Wizard asks the new Kamen Rider who he is and the young man proclaims that he is Kamen Rider Gaim.


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