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AMAZONZ is the twenty-sixth and final episode of Kamen Rider Amazons.


With enemies at every turn, Chihiro must face the unavoidable choice to fight in order to live as Jin, Haruka and the Extermination Teams target him and Iyu!


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  • While keeping the fact this episode shares the same title as season 1's first episode, it also doubles as bookends for the entire series as a whole.
    • Unlike the previous episode titles which highlight the first letter, this episode has the highlighted "Z" come from the last letter of the title, signifying this episode being the ultimate ending of the series as a whole.
  • While confronting the Jellyfish Amazon, Jin's proclaim of his transformation sequence - A~MA~ZON~! - pays homage to the original Kamen Rider Amazon's.
    • This is the second time he proclaim his transformation sequence as a homage. The first one is when Jin fought with Haruka at the final episode on season 1.
  • The Nozama Peston Service members hold together to help Fukuda fire the Jellyfish Amazon is a reference to Super Sentai's cannon finishers.
  • Despite this episode being the ultimate ending of the series as a whole, in the very end of this episode, Tachibana left a cliffhanger by mentioning that the events that happened five years ago are not done yet, and even mentions to start a brand new "Sigma Project".
    • This is speculated to be a hint that there would a third season or a special movie to continue from where the cliffhanger left off, which is now confirmed with the announcement of Kamen Rider Amazons: The Last Judgement.
  • It is the last appearance of Chihiro, Iyu, Mamoru and Nanaha.
  • Eiji Akaso will later go on to play Ryuga Banjo in Kamen Rider Build three months later.

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