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Astonishing! Hermit's Truth! (仰天！仙人の真実！ Gyōten! Sennin no Shinjitsu!) is the forty-second episode of Kamen Rider Ghost. It reveals that Edith was Sennin all along. It also features the final appearance of Necrom's Grimm and Sanzo Damashiis and Edith's Gamma Ultima Ebony form.
This episode's broadcast was followed by the fourth and final installment of Kamen Rider Ghost: Commemoration! Short Stories, produced to promote the movie Kamen Rider Ghost: The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment.
Edith makes an attempt to stop Adel but had it not been for Takeru's intervention, he would have perished. At the Tenkuji Temple, Edith finally explains the workings of the Gamma world, whose origin is something completely unexpected for the rest. Edith was behind the creation of the Eyecons and the Gammaizers.
Adel makes an appearance again and it is now Makoto who gives his all facing him. However, he is defeated and suffers major injuries.
Adel tries to connect to the Great Eye again and he is rejected.
Adel's anger now fully directed towards Takeru, he makes a third appearance in the human world and this time Alain faces him.
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- Takeru Tenkuji (天空寺 タケル Tenkūji Takeru): Shun Nishime (西銘 駿 Nishime Shun)
- Akari Tsukimura (月村 アカリ Tsukimura Akari): Hikaru Ohsawa (大沢 ひかる Ōsawa Hikaru)
- Makoto Fukami (深海 マコト Fukami Makoto): Ryosuke Yamamoto (山本 涼介 Yamamoto Ryōsuke)
- Onari (御成): Takayuki Yanagi (柳 喬之 Yanagi Takayuki)
- Alain (アラン Aran): Hayato Isomura (磯村 勇斗 Isomura Hayato)
- Hermit (仙人 Sennin), Edith (イーディス Īdisu): Naoto Takenaka (竹中 直人 Takenaka Naoto)
- Kanon Fukami (深海 カノン Fukami Kanon): Mio Kudo (工藤 美桜 Kudo Mio)
- Shibuya (シブヤ): Takuya Mizoguchi (溝口 琢矢 Mizoguchi Takuya)
- Narita (ナリタ): Reo Kansyuji (勧修寺 玲旺 Kanshūji Reo)
- Adel (アデル): Akihiro Mayama (真山 明大 Mayama Akihiro)
- Alia (アリア): Reon Kadena (かでな れおん Kadena Reon)
- Ryu Tenkuji (天空寺 龍 Tenkūji Ryū): Kazuhiko Nishimura (西村 和彦 Nishimura Kazuhiko)
- Yurusen (ユルセン Voice): Aoi Yuki (悠木 碧 Yūki Aoi)
- Ghost Driver (ゴーストドライバー Gōsuto Doraibā, Voice): m.c.A.T
- Mega Ulorder (メガウルオウダー Mega Uruoudā, Voice): Peter von Gomm
- Beethoven (Voice): Tomokazu Seki (関 智一 Seki Tomokazu)
- Makoto Fukami (Child): Renma Taga (多賀 蓮真 Taga Renma)
- Mysterious Voice: Sayaka Ohara (大原 さやか Ōhara Sayaka)
- Kamen Rider Ghost: Seiji Takaiwa (高岩 成二 Takaiwa Seiji)
- Kamen Rider Specter: Jun Watanabe (渡辺 淳 Watanabe Jun)
- Kamen Rider Necrom: Eitoku (永徳)
- Eyecon Used:
- Grimm, Sanzo, Necrom
- Damashii Used:
- Eyecon Used:
- Gamma Form Used:
- Gamma Ultima Ebony
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- As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger episode 23, Ep. 23: Megabeast Hunter.
- Viewership: 3.8%
- Closing Screen Ghost Eyecon
- Count at episode end
- Takeru's days of life remaining: 18
- Eyecons in Ghost's Possession: 10
- Eyecons in Specter's Possession: 3
- Eyecons in Necrom's Possession: 2
- Eyecons connected: 15 (Ryoma, Musashi, Robin, Himiko, Newton, Benkei, Nobunaga, Tutankhamun, Houdini, Edison, Goemon, Grimm, Sanzo, Billy the Kid, Beethoven)
- This is the first time since its debut that Specter's Deep Specter form doesn't appear in this episode.
- When Ghost used the Ikari Slash finisher, instead of using the Gan Gun Saber Nitoryu Mode (the mode that uses the Omega Slash finisher), he used Gan Gun Saber Blade Mode and Sunglasseslasher Sword Mode, the same as Toucon Musashi Damashii.
- Necrom uses all his forms in this episode.
- This is the only time Necrom changes into Sanzo Damashii from a diferent form other than Necrom Damashii (Grimm Damashii).
- This is the last time Necrom wields the Gan Gun Catcher in Sanzo Damashii.
- As of this episode, Takeru has connected with all 15 Hero Eyecons.
- The mysterious voice that Takeru heard at the end of Episode 32 is heard in this episode.
Kamen Rider Ghost Volume 10 features episodes 38-42: Resurrection! Hero's Soul!, Opposition! Father & Daughter!, Courage! Tragic Resolution!, Upheaval! The Magistrate's Decision! and Astonishing! Hermit's Truth!
Blu-ray Collection 4 comes with 13 episodes.