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Icon-exaid.png This article is about a rider in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.

For the Amazon codenamed "M", see Mamoru (Amazons).

"I will change (the patient name)'s fate!"
―Ex-Aid's proclamation before transforming[src]

"I'll clear this with No Continues!"
―Ex-Aid's proclamation before the battle[src]

"Dai Henshin!"
―Ex-Aid's pre-Level 2/Creator Gamer[1] transformation catchphrase.[src]

"Dai(x Level number) Henshin!"
―Ex-Aid's pre-level up transformation catchphrase.[src]

"D~a~i Henshin!"
―Ex-Aid's pre-Level XX (and sometimes pre-Level X) transformation catchphrase.[src]

"Let's clear it together with super co-op play!"
―Ex-Aid's proclamation in Level XX before battle[src]

"Max Dai Henshin!"
―Ex-Aid's pre-Level 99 phrase[src]

"Hyper Dai Henshin!"
―Ex-Aid's pre-Muteki Gamer phrase[src]

"I'll make this game with No Continues!"
―Ex-Aid's Creator Gamer proclamation[src]

"No matter whose fate it is... I will change it!"
―Muteki Gamer proclamation while fighting Gamedeus[src]

"Your game is already over."
―Muteki Gamer's proclamation after a Critical Sparking lands, but before the damage takes effect[src]

"Game...Clear."
―Ex-Aid after defeating the 'final boss'.[src]

Emu Hojo (宝生 永夢, Hōjō Emu) is the main protagonist of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. He is a 24 year-old pediatrician and surgical resident at Seito University Hospital who is also secretly the genius gamer M. As a doctor of CR, he is tasked as Kamen Rider Ex-Aid (仮面ライダーエグゼイド, Kamen Raidā Eguzeido) with eliminating the Bugster Virus from infected patients in order to save their lives.

History

Early Life

Emu receiving emergency surgery.

Emu Hojo was born an only child to his father Kiyonaga Hojo and an unknown woman. As a child, he grew up lonely without the company of his father, as his mother died from an illness when Emu was still very young. To ease his loneliness, Emu found love with video games, leading to the creation of Mighty Brothers XX that Emu sent to Genm Corp. in a fan letter. After Kuroto Dan replied with Mighty Action C, the young Emu had been infected with a strain of the Bugster Virus, and birthing Parado. As he succumbed to its effects, Emu was involved in a traffic accident. After receiving emergency surgery from Kyotaro Hinata, Emu was given a WonderSwan handheld video game device by Dr. Hinata as a reward for hanging on. This event would inspire Emu to become a doctor and help children like the one who saved him.

Emu unknowingly undergoes surgery.

Emu during his fame as "M".

During his teenage years, Emu was abducted by the Next Genome Institute, who had been hired by Kuroto to extract the now-mature Parado from Emu's body, which caused the doctors operating on Emu to vanish. However, the leftover residue of the virus in Emu's body created a split personality that represented his love for gaming, while the portion that was extracted would be used to execute Zero Day a year later. Emu would believe that the operation was nothing more than a dream as an adult. While continuing his medical studies, Emu's split personality would continue winning numerous gaming tournaments under the gaming alias of M, Sometime in 2010, Emu trained vigorously for a gaming tournament that he had participated in, at the cost of his health. Unknown to him, Kuroto watched his victory in the shadows, having watched Emu for over a decade.


Becoming Kamen Rider Ex-Aid

Taking the Mighty Action X Gashat, Emu transforms for the first time.

During his first year residency at Seito University Hospital, Emu's patient Sota Suyama was diagnosed with the Bugster Virus and transformed into a golem-like creature. Emu receives a Gamer Driver from Asuna Karino and transforms into Kamen Rider Ex-Aid to combat the Buster, later joining CR due to his skills. As his battle against the Bugsters continue, Emu would meet several Riders like him such as genius surgeon Hiiro Kagami/Kamen Rider Brave, disgraced radiologist Taiga Hanaya/Kamen Rider Snipe, and medical coroner Kiriya Kujo/Kamen Rider Lazer. Emu would have frequent run-ins with the mysterious Kamen Rider Genm, who allied himself with the Bugsters. Although Emu tried to fight alongside the other three Riders, he is constantly at odds with them as each had their own viewpoints and ulterior motives, though this changes after their final battle with Graphite.

The Patient Zero Revelation

Emu receives a blank Gashat from Parado.

Following the death of Kiriya Kujo, Emu completed his pediatrics training and entered a surgical internship, with Hiiro overseeing him. However, the grief of his Kiriya's death had affected both his performance in the operating table and his prowess in fighting the Bugster. After Hiiro suspended him and confiscated his Gashats, Parado approaches Emu and gives the young doctor access to Mighty Brothers XX. From behind the scenes, Hiiro and Taiga would become aware that Emu had been infected with Game Disease since his childhood. They both agreed to keep Emu in the dark in order to not risk him from becoming stressed and worsening his condition. While Brave and Snipe attacked an unaware Emu, it attracted the attention of Parado, who became Kamen Rider Para-DX at at level outclassing Ex-Aid.

Emu releasing a Bugster Virus outburst from the revelation of being Patient Zero.

Emu with the Maximum Mighty X Gashat.

Kuroto finally revealed to him about Emu's true background as Patient Zero of the Bugster Virus, which erratically brought M out. Although Emu became frightened to continue fighting the Bugsters, Taiga helped him clear his doubts. Emu would later learn that Kuroto's ultimate plan was Kamen Rider Chronicle, and gets his Gamer Driver destroyed in his final battle against Genm. This doesn't deter Emu at all as he takes Kiriya's Gamer Driver and obtains Maximum Mighty X, allowing him to defeat Kuroto and strip him of his powers. However, Emu's efforts were all for naught when Parado killed him with Dangerous Zombie's own power.

Kamen Rider Chronicle

Ex-Aid fending off against Ride-Players

Ex-Aid Hyper Muteki debuts.

After Emu horrifyingly witnesses Kamen Rider Chronicle's public release and Poppy's brainwashing, he and the team attempt to save the Ride-Players and save Poppy. However, Parado reveals his identity to Emu and duels him as the two halves of Mighty Brothers XX. Emu also discovers that Parado saved his life from the moment he discovered he had game illness. This motivated Emu to fight Parado properly until his reprogramming attack actually allowed Parado able to use the Gamer Driver and evolve Para-DX into Level 99. However, Kuroto returns after Poppy revives him, and Emu is forced into an uneasy alliance with him to clear Kamen Rider Chronicle. As the game continues, they encounter Kuroto's father Masamune Dan who reveals himself to be the true mastermind of Chronicle and transforms into Kamen Rider Cronus. To fight against him, Kuroto creates Hyper Muteki for Emu, who gains access to Muteki Gamer just in time for the final battle with Gamdeus.

The Gamedeus Pandemic

The doctor Riders facing Cronus for the last time.

With Gamedeus and his Bugster Virus pandemic spreading rapidly, Kiriya and Kuroto develop Doctor Mighty XX to cure the infected, while Masamune merges with Gamedeus to become Gamedeus Cronus, proclaimed to be Chronicle's true final boss. Returning to the basics, the Riders use their Level 1 forms to separated him from Masamune. In their final confrontation against Cronus, Masamune kills himself with the Master Gashat, this removing the only way to rescue the data of the patients within the Proto Gashats. Despite that, Emu remained confident that people trapped in the data will one day return. As Emu returns to ER, he rejoices as he reunites with Poppy and Parado.

Other Events

Kamen Rider Ghost

Kamen Rider Ghost the Movie: The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment

Ex-Aid in The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment.

While Takeru Tenkuji and his friends were pursued by the Gamma, Ex-Aid arrived and extinguished the Gamma Commandos upon landing. He introduced himself to Takeru before performing a successive punch and kick to destroy a pair of Gamma Superiors. Allowing Takeru and his companions to get away, Ex-Aid faced off against Kamen Rider Dark Necrom Blue, whom he overpowered with a series of kicks and punches while empowered by the green Ex-Aid medals that accompany him before defeating the Dark Necrom with the Mighty Critical Strike.

Final Story (Special Edition): Future! Connected Thoughts!

Ghost & Ex-Aid

While pursuing the "Black Ex-Aid" and the Shakariki Sports Gashat, Ex-Aid arrived to fight a pack of Bugster Viruses. He was mistaken as an enemy by Ghost and tried to engage him to defend Ayumu, the mysterious boy who held the Gashat. Despite being mistaken as the one who attacked Specter and Necrom, Ex-Aid told Ghost that he is fighting to save lives and change their fates, a similar sentiment which was respected by Ghost. When the Black Ex-Aid attacked Ayumu and reclaimed the Shakariki Sports Gashat, Ex-Aid and Ghost rushed to his side to tend him. After an apology from Ghost, Ex-Aid fought alongside him to defeat a group of Bugster Viruses together. Ex-Aid predicted to Takeru that they would meet again soon before leaving him an Ex-Aid Ghost Eyecon as a gift as he took his leave.

Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Riders

Ex-Aid, Ghost, Drive, Gaim, and Wizard in Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider

Following the intrusion of the Next Genome Institute into Genm Corp. headquarters, Emu would meet Takeru again as the two Riders face off against the threat of the Pac-Man Virus. The two would, later on, be aided by Wizard, Gaim, and Drive in defeating the Institute. During the battle, Michihiko Zaizen revealed that he was the one who operated on Emu as he was Patient Zero of the Bugster virus. His Gamer Driver was forcibly inserted with both the Mighty Action X Gashat and its prototype counterpart, which combined the Gashats into Mighty Brothers XX. This allowed Emu to transform into his Level XX form for the first time. The memories of the final battle along with the revelation would be erased from Emu, due to the trance-like state. Emu would later re-learn the truth about his Bugster infection much later.

Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm

Following the Dr. Pac-Man incident, Emu was on his way to Genm Corp. with Asuna to return the Kaigan Ghost Gashat. When he encounters the Collabos Bugster wielding the power of the Proto Gashats, Ex-Aid Ghost Gamer engages the Bugster. Kuroto Dan arrived and gave him more Kamen Riders' Gashats, proving Emu with Full Throttle Drive and Toukenden Gaim. After disabling the Bugster, Ex-Aid was confused to see the Black Ex-Aid assuming a Kamen Rider Wizard based form. With the Black Ex-Aid seemingly completing his collection of Legend Rider Gashats, he completed the Ganbarizing Gashat. Ex-Aid found himself facing manifestations of Kamen Riders Double, OOO and Fourze.

Emu finds himself saved by the sudden appearance of Dr. Pac-Man, who also presented him the three Bandai Namco Gashats. After regrouping with Hiiro and Taiga, Emu takes the Pac Adventure Gashat to become Ex-Aid Pac Action Gamer. Ex-Aid engages in a skirmish Kamen Rider Double in battle and taking Pac-Man's ability of turning Double into a vulnerable ghost to defeat his opponent. Returning back to reality, Ex-Aid saved Poppy from the Collabos Buster and claimed the Ganbarizing Gashat. However, the game is not over as Kamen Rider Hibiki began to emerge.

After Dr. Pac-Man gave Ex-Aid the Taiko no Tatsujin Gashat, he challenges Hibiki in a taiko battle that ends in the victory with the Genius Gamer. While he recovers the Ganbarizing Gashat, Brave and Snipe demanded the Gashat for themselves only for all three Riders to be swiftly eluded by "Dr. Pac-Man" who recovered all the Bandai Namco Gashats and the Ganbarizing Gahsat. It is this point where the Kamen Riders realized they are being manipulated by Dr. Pac-Man and the Black Ex-Aid. Ex-Aid was defeated by the Black Ex-Aid's Critical Strike using the seventeen Heisei Rider predecessors, allowing him to defeat all three Riders with a single Rider Kick. The Black Ex-Aid then took his leave with the Gashats as Emu wondered what exactly was going on.

Kamen Rider Brave: ~Let's Survive! Revival of the Beast Rider Squad!~

Emu is assaulted by Takeshi Asakura.

At Seito University Hospital, Emu bumped into an unidentified man. Unbeknownst to him, he had been caught up in the plot of the enigmatic Foundation X, having had their own Level 4 Gashat, Night of Safari, slipped into his pocket. This led Emu to be confronted by the revived serial killer, Takeshi Asakura, who was after the Gashat as part of his sick "game" before becoming bored and proceeding to give Emu a savage beating. Emu would be found unconscious and badly injured by Hiiro, who took the Gashat which was still in his hand, using it to assume Brave Safari Quest Gamer Level 4 with which he defeated Kamen Rider Ouja and his Beast Rider Squad.

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Space.7: Take Back the Birthday!

Summoned to the Kyurangers' world, Emu meets Lucky.

Through the use of an Ex-Aid KyutamaIcon-crosswiki.png that inexplicably had been acquired by Shou RonbouIcon-crosswiki.png, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid was summoned to a version of the world which had been occupied by the Space Shogunate Jark MatterIcon-crosswiki.png, coming to the assistance of the KyurangersIcon-crosswiki.png Shishi RedIcon-crosswiki.png and Sasori OrangeIcon-crosswiki.png whose battle against Jark Matter forces had been interrupted by Space Ika Devil, a cyborg monster of Shocker. First appearing as Action Gamer Level 1, Ex-Aid fought off Space Ika Devil, allowing Sasori Orange to get away. Switching to Level 2, Ex-Aid joined forces with Shishi Red and together they used their respective slash attacks to destroy Space Ika Devil. Canceling their transformations, Emu and Lucky introduced themselves before wishing each other luck in saving many patients and liberating the universe from Jark Matter before Emu was returned to his world.

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As video game characters began crossing over the real world, Emu arrives to protect Poppy Pipopapo from being captured by the KyurangersIcon-crosswiki.png. He fights alongside Brave and Snipe against the Kyurangers but is interrupted by the appearance of several Riders and Sentai appearing from another game, "Chou Super Hero Taisen", including an alternate version of Hiiro and the now deceased Kiriya Kujo, who manage to repel the Galaxian forces.

As Emu enters the tournament as part of "Team Ex-Aid", including himself, Kamen Rider Den-O, AoNingerIcon-crosswiki.png, Beet BusterIcon-crosswiki.png and Kamen Rider Zolda. The tournament ends with Team Ex-Aid's victory, the members receiving the powers of all the Sentai and Riders in history to transform into the Goriders, and using their new power to destroy the Xevious Armada for good. However, this triggers Chou Super Hero Taisen's bonus stage, materializing several villains who were defeated by the Kamen Riders and Super Sentai, led by a man who calls himself "Shocker Leader III", who proceeds to destroy the world.

As Ex=Aid continued playing the game, he would continue to fight alongside his fellow Kamen Riders and the Super Sentai against the forces of Shocker. As the Shocker Leader summons a spaceship from Jark Matter that transforms into a massive robot. In response, Brave grants Ex-Aid uses a Giant Energy Item to enlarge himself and fight alongside the KyurenOhs. Together, Ex-Aid and the Kyurangers destroy the enemy in a combined effort.

Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending

Set after the Kamen Riders defeated Kamen Rider Cronus, Emu is assigned to his latest patient Madoka Hoshi, a 7-year old girl who needs daily treatments. However, new outbreak of the Bugster virus occurs that rainy day as Kamen Rider Fuma storms Seito University Hospital with his Ninja Gamers. With most of his teammates incapacitated, Kuroto creates the Mighty Creator XX for Emu to free the people trapped inside the Game World. While Ex-Aid Creator Gamer succeeds, Madoka refuses to leave the Game World.

While confronting Kagenari Nagumo on his actions and learning that he is Madoka's father, the true threat arises when Johnny Makishima reveals himself as the "true last boss" and transforms into Gamedeus Machina. While Emu joined with the Kamen Riders to combat the Bugster, he was able to overwhelm all of the six that were present. When Madoka Hoshi's condition was getting worse from her Game Illness, Emu joined with Hiiro and Asuna to operate on her. After the operation ended, Ex-Aid convinced Nagumo to be at his daughter's bedside. In the end, Ex-Aid Muteki Gamer manages to vanquish Gamedeus Machina and peace has finally returned.

One year later, Emu and Parado as the Double Action Gamers Level XX against a group of Bugsters. Suddenly, they encounter Kamen Rider Build defeating the Bugster Viruses assuming the GorillaMond Form. With Build declaring he's going to take Ex-Aid's powers, Parado rushed in to protect his friend but Build manages to get past him and takes away Emu's powers using a Fullbottle. As the two stood confused over what had happened, Build takes his leave.

Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FINAL: Build & Ex-Aid with Legend Riders

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One week after Kamen Rider Build stole Emu's powers, Nebula Bugsters start to appear due to the effects of Enigma, an inter-dimensional gateway connecting his reality to the Build's world. This alerts the CR, who attempt to solve the issue without Ex-Aid, but they are also rendered powerless due to the effects of Enigma, controlled by Right Kaiser.

While treating the injured in the aftermath of that event, Emu notices the Build Driver on Ryuga Banjo, who was transported from the World of Build, and demands him to return Ex-Aid's powers, which Banjo dismisses. Emu is suddenly contacted by Parado and Sento Kiryu, who managed to use the Game Fullbottle to communicate between the two worlds. The conversation confirmed a time difference between the two worlds and that Enigma was able converge the two time zones into one linear flow, and to Sento’s acknowledgement that Ryuga was in Ex-Aid’s world.

Emu was accompanied by Ryuga as they fought against Right Kaiser. As he continued to put a stop of his plans, they would run into previous Riders like Takeru Tenkuji (Ghost), Eiji Hino (OOO), and Gentaro Kisaragi (Fourze). Emu would remain in contact with Parado and Sento Kiryu in Build's world, while he and Ryuga confront Mogami as they learn of his intentions of smashing their two Earths with his alternate doppelgänger, Left Kaiser.

As the two Earths were vast approaching, Emu would finally meet Sento for the first time as he is given back the Doctor and Game Bottles to restore his powers. Ex-Aid and Build joined up with OOO, Fourze, Gaim, and Ghost as they cycled against the Foundation X Guardians, until the two managed to reach the interlocked Engima to confront Bikaiser. Ex-Aid assumes the Muteki Gamer form as he fights alongside Build RabbitTank Sparkling to turn the tide and vanquish Bikaiser together. After Build and Cross-Z say their goodbyes to the Kamen Riders, Emu returns back to his normal life as a doctor and a Kamen Rider with Parado beside him.

Kamen Rider Build: Be The One

Among the first 18 Heisei Riders, Ex-Aid fought against numerous monsters in a melee briefly witnessed by Sento Kiryu, who recognized Ex-Aid, before being caught in the crossfire as Kamen Rider Zi-O BuildArmor used his Vortex Time Break to wipe out his enemies.

Kamen Rider Heisei Generations Forever

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However, Ex-Aid eventually manifested in the World of Ataru due to the memories from the fans of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. First appearing along Ghost to save 2 kids from some monsters, he later rode Lazer Bike Gamer Level 2 and participated in the final battle against Another Ultimate Kuuga along with the other 19 main heisei riders, attacking the giant monstrosity with his Mighty Critical Strike in order to destroy it.

Video Game Appearances

Taiko no Tatsujin

Don Wada's Ex-Aid costume.

Ex-Aid appears as a costume of Don Wada in the arcade versions of Taiko no Tatsujin, obtained by playing EXCITE.

Personality

Emu playing a game during lunch.

Emu Hojo is a very clumsy and yet a serious doctor to take on his job. However, his thirst for playing video games has a problem of Emu being absent-minded at times. An example of this is he sometimes fails to remember his work schedule properly and it makes the nurses scold him. He also has a habitual quirk of tumbling down in various comical ways.

Emu shifting to Genius Gamer M.

As "M", his alias that he uses when playing video games, he shows a completely different side of himself. He displays a focused, calmer, and more confident demeanor. His grammatical persona also changes from (, Boku) into (, Ore), proving to be extremely skillful at video games, to the point where he has come to be known as the "genius gamer" who never leaves any game unfinished. This carries over to his battles as Ex-Aid, as his knowledge of video games has proven to be a definite advantage. Originally, when shifting to his Genius Gamer M personality, a wind blows through his hair and he makes a cocky smile. But during episode 10, Emu's eyes instead flash pink before turning a less intense, glowing red, after which, his eyes turn back to normal. Though he still makes the same cocky smile as before, showing that he can actually shift into his gamer persona at will. In the past, Emu's normal and "M" personalities were once one and the same, though following his surgery by the Next Genome surgeons, the leftover Bugster Virus in his body caused him to develop a case of dissociative identity disorder, constantly switching from his naive side to his predative "M" persona. After learning that he was infected with the Bugster Virus, Emu's gamer persona took over as the dominant one, showing no concern for his patients and was instead only interested in playing the game, something which greatly angers Hiiro. However, after Hiiro states what it means to be a doctor, Emu regains control over himself and becomes terrified of transforming into Ex-Aid. After he gains his resolve, he loses his fear of becoming Ex-Aid.

Emu has a very idealistic attitude towards being a doctor: he invests himself in the well-being of his patient, hoping to help them both physically and personally. He will always try to help a patient in need, even if they are a criminal, an enemy, or refuse to get help. For him, life is a life and it's worth saving, fitting the morality of a true doctor and their devotion to the Hippocratic Oath. This mindset helped him connect stress as a catalyst for Bugster infection but also hinders him if the enemy is smart enough to threaten the patient's life. His firm idealism has led to clashes with his fellow CR Rider, Hiiro. Hiiro views Emu as naive and inexperienced, while Emu openly opposes Hiiro's detached and callous approach, going as far as to say Hiiro is not a real doctor.

However, Emu is not without a dark side. When pushed too far, Emu can lose control of his temper and when that happens his Gamer side becomes as vicious and selfish as his rivals. This was shown when Kyotaro is infected by Graphite. Emu becomes so frustrated into believing that he's the only one who can save Kyotaro, to the point that he'll do anything to capture the Hunter Gamer using a stolen Gashacon Sword. While this shows that Emu takes pride in his beliefs as a doctor, at the same time it demonstrates that as a Gamer he shares Genm's and even Taiga's ideals to some extent. However, after some enlightenment from his idol, Kyotaro Hinata, Emu decides to trust his fellow doctor Riders, while also gaining respect from them over time.

Often after transforming, he says his catchphrase I'll clear this with No Continues! (ノーコンティニューでクリアしてやるぜ, Nōkontinyū de kuria shite yaru ze).

Family


Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Original Bugster Virus: Being a Patient Zero (along with Masamune Dan), Emu was host to the virus for a prolonged period of time. This allowed the virus to fuse with and alter his DNA granting him Rider and possibly even Bugster-like powers and abilities that, by standard, require external intervention to acquire.
    • Natural Game Disease Immunity: Unlike the other Riders, but later like Masamune, Emu can utilize the Gamer Driver and Rider Gashats without the need of the compatibility surgery. Also, his immunity is absolute, unlike the other Riders' acquired immunity which can still be overwhelmed by a large dose of Bugster virus, as he was unaffected when using the Mighty Brothers XX Gashat for the first time. However, he may still be prone to suffering from bouts of symptoms either due to stress, or due to Parado consciously activating the virus within him.

      Emu in the updated Opening, implying his identity as the Progenitor of all Bugsters and Rider Gashats.

      • Game Disease Cancellation: According to Episode 29 and the fact that Parado doubles as Emu's natural immunity to the Bugster Virus, the Bugster Virus Origin and as the one who activated the Game Disease on him (Emu uses this ability later after being freed by converting the Game Disease into his own powers), when Emu's resolve is strengthened by any means (in this case, Parado harming his friends), he can make the Bugster Virus inside him his own by forcibly stopping the Game Disease Parado has started on him.
    • Gashat Creation: As Patient Zero and the progenitor of the Bugster Virus and Rider Gashats, as stated by Hiiro, he can use the Bugster Virus in him in conjunction with certain blank Gashats to create new, stronger forms for himself. This causes the Bugster Virus in him to evolve and become even stronger, which made Emu as Ex-Aid become stronger in return. Emu demonstrated this ability twice so far in the series with the creation of Mighty Brothers XX and Maximum Mighty X. He can also modify Gashats to a degree, displayed when he used his Bugster Virus to modify the Proto Bakusou Bike Gashat into the Combi Fukkatsu version.
    • Dual Personalities: Due to the Bugster Virus in Emu's DNA, he has two different personalities, which can be separated when using Mighty Brothers XX. This became dormant after Emu reprogrammed Parado, but was reawakened after re-injecting Parado into his body.
      • Parado Respawning: A side effect of this trait, ever since Parado became the Double Action Gamer Level XX R. If Parado's physical existence is terminated while not letting him dissolve into data and absorbing his core, Emu can simply absorb his remnant data to cultivate and respawn him again.
    • Increased Physical Strength: In at least one occasion, the spontaneous activation of Emu's Bugster Virus allows him to exert great physical strength without transforming.
      • Pause Bypass: This ability is also used to single-handedly destroy Cronus' Buggle Driver II with a single punch whilst time was paused, thereby cancelling the ability, and lowering Cronus' power such that he could be taken down by four Level 2 riders.

Abilities

  • Game Proficiency: Emu is highly adept in the field of video gaming, both in creative concept and actual practice. As a kid, he often creates game ideas that even Kuroto Dan, a genius game developer, recognized and envied. As a Kamen Rider, his creative concepts in gaming had lead to the creation of Mighty Brothers XX and Maximum Mighty X Gashats and the Save Energy Item, all arsenals that counters all of his toughest adversaries. In actual practice, even without the influence of his Bugster, Parado, and the Genius Gamer M persona, Emu is already a masterful gamer on his own with gaming skills formidable enough to see through the loopholes and weaknesses of every game and figuring out the methods of clearing them. As Genius Gamer M, Emu's skills in gaming and his battle prowesses are greatly enhanced, especially in state of emotional rage or frustration, as shown when he effectively, in separate occasions, outmaneuvered both Genm and Snipe who are both at their Level 3 forms while Emu is only on Level 2. Furthermore, if his Genius Gamer persona is 100% active, his gaming skills skyrocket to a frightening degree evidenced on how despite being only at Level 3 he managed to overpower Gatton Bugster who is at Level 30, stating that one of gaming's thrills is figuring out how to defeat stronger opponents.
  • Skilled Physician: With a deep passion to be a doctor, Emu worked hard to earn his medical degree and entered his first-year residency at Seito University Hospital. Despite his beginning status, he would be able to respond to dire situations, even including a new medical threat like the Bugster virus. During this time he also pursued a surgical residency and had a rough start due to not just because of his slow performance, but his grief over Kiriya Kujo's death, but would eventually able to assist Hiiro Kagami in major surgeries like his surgery on Taiga Hanaya & Madoka Hoshi. Hiiro, a master surgeon, would often compliment Emu on his growing performance as a doctor.
  • High Interpersonal Skill: Despite his clumsiness, Emu's kindness has allowed him to connect with all of his patients. This also extends to other Riders, showing how his influence allow them to cooperate properly. It is also worth noting that during their battle against Cronus, the absence of Emu and his inability to transform resulted in their defeat and the confiscation of three Gamer Drivers.

Weaknesses

  • Parado: Since Parado is the Bugster created from Emu, like most Bugsters, Parado can possess Emu and take over his consciousness with no effort. Parado can also activate the virus within Emu at will, making Emu suffer similar symptoms to any other infected patient. However, Parado can't possess Emu when he transforms into Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX (as they split into Level XX L and R), or when Parado is inside a Game Area created from a Level 0 Gashat (Proto Mighty Action X Origin). Ever since Emu reconciled with Parado and the two of them decided to work together, Parado's existence no longer poses a threat to Emu's physical health. Despite this, if either one of them were to be killed, the other will still lose their transformation ability.

Levels

Action Gamer Level 1

Action Gamer Level 1


Santa Action Gamer Level 1


"Gashat! Let's game! Metcha game! Mutcha game! What's your name? I'm a Kamen Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 7.7 t.[3][4]
  • Kicking power: 11.5 t.[3][4]
  • Maximum jump height: 30.5 m.[3][4]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 7.6 sec.[3][4]

Action Gamer Level 1 (アクションゲーマーレベル1, Akushion Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's default, super deformed form, activated by inserting the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is extremely agile, capable of rolling, somersaulting, and bouncing off of walls, utilizing the chocolate blocks generated by Mighty Action X. It is used to battle Bugster-infected humans and is the only way to separate the Bugster from its host, due to this form housing inbuilt Pulse Splitter (パルスプリッター, Parusupurittā) pulse generators that can split a Bugster from a human.

Level 1 is physically stronger than Level 2, possessing exactly 2 more tons of Punching Power and 1.3 tons more Kicking Power, but is unwieldy in combat with a more precise foe, and slower than Level 2.

When Ex-Aid used the Christmas Energy Item, Action Gamer Level 1 becomes a Christmas version of this form. In this form, he has Santa's beard and hat, a red and white cape, and red slipper boots.

Level 1 is composed of the following parts:

  • Ex-Aid Head ACT 1 (EXヘッド-ACT1, EX Heddo-ACT1): The helmet/head area.
    • Eye Light Scope (アイライトスコープ, Ai Raito Sukōpu): The 'eyes'. It can emit light for night battles and can also capture images comparable to a high- speed camera. It can also observe microscopic Bugster Virus.
    • Dynamic Goggles (ダイナミックゴーグル, Dainamikku Gōguru): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's goggles. It protects the visual sensors from shocks and dirt and is coated with a blast-resistant coating.
    • Cool Ride Hair (クールライドヘアー, Kūru Raido Heā): The "hair". It is modelled after the player character of Mighty Action X and is coated with a blast-resistant coating, increasing its strength to more than necessary levels.
    • React Signal (リアクトシグナル, Riakuto Shigunaru): The green signalling device on the forehead. It can capture and identify motion and set tracking markers automatically. The radar on the internal monitor shows the positions of enemies, allies and energy items.
    • Air Fresh Guard (エアフレッシュガード, Ea Furesshu Gādo): The silver 'mouthplate'. An intake system within filters out harmful substances in the air. It also regulates the suit's temperature and allow for underwater breathing.
  • Entry Gear Suit (エントリーギアスーツ, Entorī Gia Sūtsu): The overall bodysuit. It increases the rider's physical capability by strengthening the body. It's large size is due to multiple inbuilt Pulse Splitter (パルスプリッター, Parusupurittā) pulse generators that can separate a Bugster Virus from a human when Ex-Aid comes into contact with them.
  • Mech Life Guard (メックライフガード, Mekku Raifu Gādo): The chest armor. It disperses damage throughout the body to protect the chest, preventing Ex-Aid from suffering serious injuries. It becomes more protective the lower the rider's health.
  • X Controller (エクスコントローラー, Ekusu Kontorōrā): The circle withh four colorful circles within it, located to the right side of the chest. It is a management module. It transitions to debug mode and systems control when activating the special attack.
  • Rider Gauge (ライダーゲージ, Raidā Gēji): A lifebar that shows the Rider's health. When the gauge runs out, the Rider will die.
  • Common Unbreakers (コモンアンブレイカー, Komon Anbureikā): The shoulder armor. Air injection technology is used to reduce its weight. It can spray out a strengthening agent to raise Ex-Aid's defense for a short amount of time.
  • Fast Strike Arms (ファーストライクアーム, Fāsutoraiku Āmu): The arms. They are made out of a soft material that have excellent shock absorption qualities, reducing damage when hit.
  • Common Big Gloves (コモンビッググローブ, Komon Biggu Gurōbu): The hands. They are large gloves that can execute punches with a high accuracy rate. Due to its size and weight, an opponent can be subject to high impact damage. To do more damage, a removal program may be inserted into a Bugster when punched.
  • Fast Strike Legs (ファーストライクレッグ, Fāsutoraiku Reggu): The legs. They are made out of a soft material that have excellent shock absorption qualities, reducing damage when hit.
  • Common Big Shoes (コモンビッグシューズ, Komon Biggu Shūzu): The feet. Built-in reinforced springs increase Ex-Aid's jump height, allowing Ex-Aid to move faster than he looks. A removal program may be inserted into a Bugster when kicked.

This form's finisher is the Mighty Critical Strike (マイティクリティカルストライク, Maiti Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid covers his right foot in turquoise energy before leaping into the air and delivering a kick to the enemy.

Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 1, Ex-Aid Chapter, Ex-Aid 2-7, 9-10, Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Riders, "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm (Legend Gamer Stage), Ex-Aid 11-16, Space.7: Take Back the Birthday!Icon-crosswiki.png, Ex-Aid 44

Action Gamer Level 2

Action Gamer Level 2


Action Gamer Level 2 (Disguise Energy Item)


"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 5.7 t.[5][6]
  • Kicking power: 10.2 t.[5][6]
  • Maximum jump height: 43.1 m.[5][6]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 3.2 sec.[5][6]

Action Gamer Level 2 (アクションゲーマーレベル2, Akushion Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's primary fighter form, activated by inserting the Mighty Action X Gashat and pulling the lever on the Gamer Driver. This form is based on platforming games.

This form is physically weaker than Ex-Aid's Level 1 form, evidenced by having exactly two tons less of Punching Power and 1.3 tons less Kicking Power, but its more precise form and higher speed make it more suitable for hand-to-hand combat.

Pachi Pachi Laser attack Ganbarizing card.

In the Ganbarizing arcade game, the backpack on Ex-Aid's armor can fire a twin beam attack from the "eyes" called the Pachi Pachi Eye Beam. This attack is an exclusive from a Terebi-kun magazine issue collectible card, with the idea of the card being a creation of a young fan who won a contest in the magazine to design an attack for Ex-Aid for the game.

This form has the following parts:

  • EX Head-ACT 2 (EXヘッド-ACT2, EX Heddo-ACT2): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Action Gamer Level 2 Head.
    • Eye Light Scope (アイライトスコープ, Ai Raito Sukōpu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's "eyes". It can emit light for night battles and can also capture images comparable to a high- speed camera. It can also observe microscopic Bugster Virus.
    • React Signal (リアクトシグナル, Riakuto Shigunaru): The green signalling device on the forehead. It can capture and identify motion and set tracking markers automatically. The radar on the internal monitor shows the positions of enemies, allies and energy items.
    • Cool Ride Hair (クールライドヘアー, Kūru Raido Heā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's "hair". It is modelled after the player character of Mighty Action X and is coated with a blast-resistant coating.
    • Dynamic Goggles (ダイナミックゴーグル, Dainamikku Gōguru): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's goggles. It protects the visual sensors from shocks and dirt and is coated with a blast-resistant coating.
    • Sender Ear (センダーイヤー, Sendā Iyā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's hearing sensors. It filters surrounding noise so Ex-Aid only hears the necessary sounds. There is also a communication function for private conversations with specific parties.
    • Air Fresh Guard (エアフレッシュガード, Ea Furesshu Gādo): An intake system within the helmet that filters out harmful substances in the air. It also regulates the suit's temperature and allow for underwater breathing.
  • Mech Life Guard (メックライフガード, Mekku Raifu Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's chest armor. It disperses damage throughout the body to protect the chest. It becomes more protective the lower the rider's health.
  • X Controller (エクスコントローラー, Ekusu Kontorōrā): Management module on the chest. It transitions to debug mode and systems control when activating the special attack.
  • Rider Gauge (ライダーゲージ, Raidā Gēji): A lifebar that shows the rider's health. When the gauge runs out, the rider will die.
  • Action Gear Suit (アクションギアスーツ, Akushon Gia Sūtsu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's bodysuit. It increases the rider's physical capability by strengthening the body. The agility focused adjustments increases the rider's reaction time and the rider's skills will be reflected as attack power.
  • Multi Unbreaker (マルチアンブレイカー, Maruchi Anbureikā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's shoulder armor. It injects a strengthening agent to raise the rider's defense for a short amount of time.
  • EX Growth Arm (EXグロウスアーム, EX Gurousu Āmu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's arms. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. The arms allow for quick responses for complicated attacks.
  • Quick Fight Glove (クイックファイトグローブ, Kuikku Faito Gurōbu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's gloves. It coordinates with the Gashacon weapons to optimize attacks. It also injects a Bugster removal program when executing punches to do more damage.
  • EX Growth Leg (EXグロウスレッグ, EX Gurousu Reggu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's legs. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. Their high running speed allows the rider to attack quickly.
  • Quick Fight Shoes (クイックファイトシューズ, Kuikku Faito Shūzu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's shoes. It enables acrobatic movement such as airborne flight, adjustment of drop timing, and two-step jumps. It also injects a Bugster removal program when executing punches to do more damage.
  • Mech Build Guard (メックビルドガード, Mekku Birudo Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's silver guard pieces. The heat resistance rises when exposed to heat, and it becomes more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received.

This form has eight finishers:

  • Kimewaza Slot Holder finishers:
    • Mighty Critical Strike (マイティクリティカルストライク, Maiti Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid performs a series of kicks at the enemy.
    • Bakusou Critical Strike (爆走クリティカルストライク, Bakusō Kuritikaru Sutoraiku, Roaring Critical Strike): Ex-Aid rams at the enemy with the Bike Gamer.
    • Taiko no Tatsujin Critical Strike (太鼓の達人クリティカルストライク, Taiko no Tatsujin Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): A counter to Kamen Rider Hibiki's Ongekibou Rekka, Ex-Aid, armed with a pair of taiko sticks, repels Hibiki's fireballs by matching his rhythm before deflecting their combined firepower back at him.
  • Gashacon Breaker finishers:
    • Mighty Critical Finish (マイティクリティカルフィニッシュ, Maiti Kuritikaru Finisshu)
      • Hammer: Ex-Aid delivers a powerful energy smash to the enemy.
        • Muscular Energy Item: Ex-Aid performs a stronger version of the finisher.
      • Blade: Ex-Aid delivers a powerful energy slash to the enemy.
    • Bakusou Critical Finish (爆走クリティカルフィニッシュ, Bakusō Kuritikaru Finisshu, Roaring Critical Finish)
    • Ganbarizing Critical Finish (ガンバライジングクリティカルフィニッシュ, Ganbaraijingu Kuritikaru Finishuu)
      • Hammer: Ex-Aid channels the energy from the Kamen Riders that came before him and delivers a powerful smash to the enemy, the logo explode into bursts of thunder energy, causing a massive explosion together.
  • Gashacon Key Slasher finisher:
    • Maximum Mighty Critical Finish (マキシマムマイティクリティカルフィニッシュ, Makishimamu Maiti Kuritikaru Finisshu):
      • Blade: Ex-Aid charges the weapon with fiery energy, before delivering a powerful red energy slash at the enemy.
      • Gun: Ex-Aid surrounds himself with yellow energy before shooting the same enemy at the opponent. The shot then traps the enemy in a pink energy ball before it disintegrates. This attack is capable of taking out giant Bugster Unions, and any survivors of this attack are reprogrammed.
  • Gashacon Breaker and Gashacon Sword finisher:
    • Mighty Taddle Critical Finish (マイティタドルクリティカルフィニッシュ, Maiti Tadoru Kuritikaru Finisshu)
      • Blade and Ice: Ex-Aid uses the Gashacon Sword to create an ice path toward his enemy, which also freezes the target. Then he slides on the path, charging at the target, and uses both swords to perform powerful slashes.
Appearances: Kamen Rider Ghost the Movie: The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment, Ghost Episode 50, Ex-Aid Episodes 1, Ex-Aid Chapter, Ex-Aid 2-10, Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Riders, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm Episodes 2, 3, Ex-Aid 11-17, 19, 23, Space.7: Take Back the Birthday!Icon-crosswiki.png, Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero TaisenIcon-crosswiki.png, Kamen Sentai Gorider Episodes 1, 3, "Tricks": Kamen Rider Lazer, Ex-Aid 24-35, 36 (gold), 37-38, 40, 45, True Ending, Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FINAL: Build & Ex-Aid with Legend Riders, Be The One, Heisei Generations FOREVER, Kamen Rider: Reiwa The First Generation, Kamen Rider Saber + Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger: Superhero SenkiIcon-crosswiki.png

Robot Action Gamer Level 3

Robot Action Gamer Level 3

Ex-Aid Level 3 stats as seen on Kuroto Dan's computer

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Buttobase! Totsugeki! Gekitotsu punch! Gekitotsu Robots!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 57 t.(when using the Gekitotsu Smasher)[7][8]
  • Kicking power: 14.3 t.[7][8]
  • Maximum jump height: 39.3 m.[7][8]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 4 sec.[7][8]

Robot Action Gamer Level 3 (ロボットアクションゲーマーレベル3, Robotto Akushon Gēma Reberu Surī) is Ex-Aid's upgraded primary form, accessed by inserting the Gekitotsu Robots Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever. In this form, the Robot Gamer fuses with Ex-Aid, becoming part of his armor.

Ex-Aid's main weapon in this form is the Gekitotsu Smasher (ゲキトツスマッシャー, Gekitotsu Sumasshā), equipped on his left arm, which colossally increases his punching power. It can also be launched with rocket propulsion as a ranged attack. This form suffers loss of agility, countering its fearsome strength.

In this form, Ex-Aid gains the following parts from Robot Gamer:

  • EX Head-RO-ACT 3 (EXヘッド-RO-ACT3, EX Heddo-RO-ACT3): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Robot Action Gamer Level 3 Head.
    • Signal React Antenna (シグナリアクトアンテナ, Shiguna Riakuto Antena): It can capture and identify motion and set tracking markers automatically. The radar on the internal monitor shows the positions of enemies, allies and energy items. It can also read the intention of the rider and control the trajectory of the Gekitotsu Smasher.
    • Red Guard Visor (レッドガードバイザー, Reddo Gādo Baizā): Additional armor on Ex-Aid's head. It has a high-performance shock absorbing device to protect Ex-Aid's head.
  • Guard Actuator (ガードアクチュエーター, Gādo Akuchuētā): The red part of the chest armor. It rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically raises the defense.
  • Raid Actuator (レイドアクチュエーター, Reido Akuchuētā): The white and silver part of the chest armor. It rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically raises attack.
  • Power Mech Shoulder (パワーメックショルダー, Pawā Mekku Shorudā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Robot Action Gamer's shoulder armor. The built-in assist device supports and enhances motor functions to increase attack power.
  • Gekitotsu Smasher (ゲキトツスマッシャー, Gekitotsu Sumasshā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Robot Action Gamer's power fist. It amplifies the punching power of Ex-Aid by 10 times. It is also equipped with a rocket booster to eject the arm for a ranged attack. The grip force is around 50t, preventing escape once grabbed.

This form's finisher is the Gekitotsu Critical Strike (ゲキトツクリティカルストライク, Gekitotsu Kuritikaru Sutoraiku, Clash Critical Strike): Has two variations.

    • Ex-Aid fires the Gekitotsu Smasher at the enemy, pinning them down, before punching his arm back into the Gekitotsu Smasher, further crushing the target.
    • Ex-Aid fires the Gekitotsu Smasher at the enemy, and crushing them.
Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 5-8, Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Riders, Ex-Aid 11, 19, Chou Super Hero Taisen, Kamen Sentai Gorider Episode 2, Ex-Aid 35

Sports Action Gamer Level 3

Sports Action Gamer Level 3

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Shakariki! Shakariki! Bad Bad! Shaka to riki to Shakariki Sports!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 10.3 t.[9][10]
  • Kicking power: 18.4 t.[9][10]
  • Maximum jump height: 45.3 m.[9][10]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 3 sec.[9][10]

Sports Action Gamer Level 3 (スポーツアクションゲーマーレベル3, Supōtsu Akushon Gēma Reberu Surī) is an alternate upgraded fighter form for Ex-Aid, accessed by inserting the Shakariki Sports Gashat into the Gamer Driver along with the Mighty Action X Gashat and pulling the lever. In this form, the Sports Gamer bike combines with Ex-Aid, becoming part of his armor. This form's stats are identical to that of Genm's Sports Action Gamer Level 3.

This Level 3 form's punch is vastly inferior to that of Robot Action Gamer's, but its kick, speed, and jump height are notably higher.

In this form, Ex-Aid gains the following parts from Sports Gamer:

  • EX Head-SP-ACT 3 (EXヘッド-SP-ACT3, EX Heddo-SP-ACT3): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Sports Action Gamer Level 3 Head.
    • Shakariki Met (シャカリキメット, Shakariki Metto): Additional armor on Ex-Aid's head. It can read the intention of the rider and manipulate the Trick Flywheels freely. It also allows Ex-Aid to predict attack patterns and input them before the battle.
  • Guard Amplifier (ガードアンプリファー, Gādo Anpurifā): The green part of the chest armor. It rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically raises the defense.
  • Raid Amplifier (レイドアンプリファー, Reido Anpurifā): The pink part of the chest armor. It rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically raises attack.
  • Trick Flywheel (トリックフライホイール, Torikku Furaihoīru): Throwing weapons on Ex-Aid Sports Action Gamer's shoulders. They deform into a sharp blade upon throw to hit the target. Targets hit by the Trick Flywheels are greatly weakened.


This form's finisher is the Shakariki Critical Strike (シャカリキクリティカルストライク, Shakariki Kuritikaru Sutoraiku, Enthusiastic Critical Strike):

This form was originally used by Kamen Rider Genm, but Emu takes a dropped Shakariki Sports Gashat from him in the fight that allowed him to finish creating Dangerous Zombie.

Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 12, 15, 18

Burger Action Gamer Level 4

Burger Action Gamer Level 4

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Bur~ger~! Bur~ger~! Ju Ju Burger!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

Burger Action Gamer Level 4 (バーガーアクションゲーマーレベル4, Bāgā Akushon Gēma Reberu Fō) is another alternate upgrade to Ex-Aid's primary form, surpassing Level 3 in all but Robot Action Gamer's punching power, accessed by inserting the Ju Ju Burger Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever. In this form, the Burger Gamer fuses with Ex-Aid, becoming part of his armor.

This form grants Ex-Aid a massive boost in his speed and kicking power, with the help of the DD Inliner (DDインライナー, DD inrainā) (DD stands for 'Dash and Deliver') roller skates installed on his feet.

In this form, Ex-Aid gain the following parts from Sports Gamer:

  • EX Head-BU-ACT 4 (EXヘッド-BU-ACT4, EX Heddo-BU-ACT4): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Burger Action Gamer Level 4 Head.
    • Cooking Head Armor (クッキングヘッドアーマー, Kukkingu Heddo Āma): Additional armor on Ex-Aid's head. It allows Ex-Aid to complete the original burger with ingredients generated by both arms.
  • Chobam Burger (チョバムバーガー, Chobamu Bāgā): The chest armor. It rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically raises attack and defense.
  • Redchup Launcher (レッドチャップランチャー, Reddochappu Ranchā): Red ketchup bottle mounted on Ex-Aid's right arm. It gives an elegant sour taste to the ingredients hit by it.
  • Yellowstard Launcher (イエロースタードランチャー, Ierōsutādo Ranchā): Yellow mustard bottle mounted on Ex-Aid's right arm. It gives a good spicy flavor to the ingredients hit by it.
  • DD Inliner (DDインライナー, DD Inrainā): Skates mounted on Ex-Aid's shoes. They are equipped with a high-performance "DD (Dash & Delivery) Motor (DD(ダッシュ&デリバリー)モーター, DD (Dasshu & Deribarī) Mōtā)" that allows for continuous short dashes and high-speed zig-zag travel.

This form's finisher is the Ju Ju Critical Strike (ジュージュークリティカルストライク, Jū Jū Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid creates an energy plate as he skates along and combines the ingredients of a hamburger using the arm cannons, and once the ingredients are complete, he delivers the hamburger to its client (in this case, Burgermon) with the energy plate becoming an actual plate.

This form is exclusive to Ex-Aid Episode 17.

Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 (Full Dragon)

Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 (Full Dragon)


Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 (Full Dragon; Incomplete state)


"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Do-Do-Drago! Na-Na-Na-Kni~ght! Dra-! Dra-! Drago Knight Hunter! Z!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 (Full Dragon) (ハンターアクションゲーマーレベル5 (フルドラゴン), Hantā Akushon Gēmā Reberu Faibu (Furu Doragon)) is Ex-Aid's upgraded form accessed by inserting the Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever.

This form can easily take a direct hit from Dark Graphite's Black Dragon Sword, a powerful attack that is strong enough to defeat 2 Level 3 and 1 Level 2 Kamen Riders at once, unharmed. However, during its initial usage, this form's overwhelming power rendered Ex-Aid a rampaging mindless beast, not unlike OOO's Putotyra Combo, attacking friend and foe alike, before de-transforming itself and leaving Emu exhausted. Later, Ex-Aid could control this form with sheer willpower for a very short time, but still taxing his stamina.

In this form, Ex-Aid gain the following parts from Hunter Gamer:

  • EX Head-HU-ACT 5 (EXヘッド-HU-ACT5, EX Heddo-HU-ACT5): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 head.
    • Horn Drago Helm (ホーンドラゴヘルム, Hōn Dorago Herumu): Helmet shaped like the dragon equipment from Drago Knight Hunter Z. The horn can be used offensively and it'll inject a Bugster removal program to do more damage.
    • Search Drag Eye (サーチドラゴアイ, Sāchi Dorago Ai): The "eyes" on the Horn Drago Helm. They can sense motion and display it on the radar of the internal monitor. It can control the Whip Drago Tail (ウィップドラゴテイル, Wippu Dorago Teiru) attached to the back and can automatically detect enemies hidden in the blindspots.
    • Drago Knight Fang (ドラゴナイトファング, Dorago Naito Fangu): The "mouth" of the Horn Drago Helm. The sharp fangs and strong jaw can easily crush enemies. It can also shoot out flames to burn enemies.
  • Chest Drago Mail (チェストドラゴメイル, Chesuto Dorago Meiru): The chestplate. It can absorb physical damage to protect the chest. It has a function to repair itself if damage to prevent a decrease in defense.
  • Gail Drago Wings (ゲイルドラゴウィング, Geiru Dorago Wingu): Wings attached to the armor's back. They can act as a shield and also allow for a flight for a short amount of time.
  • Shoulder Drago Armor (ショルドドラゴアーマー, Shorudo Dorago Āma): The shoulder armor. They can absorb physical damage to protect the shoulders. Electromagnetic devices are built inside to increase the power of the Drago Knight Blade and Drago Knight Gun.
  • Drago Knight Blade (ドラゴナイトブレード, Dorago Naito Burēdo): An electromagnetic blade mounted on the right arm. It can destroy Bugster Viruses with its slashes.
  • Drago Knight Gun (ドラゴナイトガン, Dorago Naito Gan): An electromagnetic cannon mounted on the left arm. It can destroy Bugster Viruses with a compressed metal shot at high speed.
  • Leg Drago Armor (レッグドラゴアーマー, Reggu Dorago Āmā): The leg armors. It can absorb physical damage to protect the legs. It has an air injection device to reduce weight and increase movement speed.
  • Mech Drago Guard (メックドラゴガード, Mekku Dorago Gādo): Silver parts of the armor. They become more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received. They rewrite the Gain Riser and dramatically raise attack and defense.

This form's finisher is the Drago Knight Critical Strike (ドラゴナイトクリティカルストライク, Dorago Naito Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid combines three energy attacks into one.

Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 9-11, 13

Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 (Dragon Fang)

Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 (Dragon Fang)

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Do-Do-Drago! Na-Na-Na-Kni~ght! Dra-! Dra-! Drago Knight Hunter! Ex-Aid!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 (Dragon Fang) (ハンターアクションゲーマーレベル5 (ドラゴンファング), Hantā Akushon Gēmā Reberu Faibu (Doragon Fangu)) is Ex-Aid's upgraded form accessed by inserting the Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever.

This form is acquired when all four doctor Riders (Ex-Aid, Brave, Snipe, and Lazer) are united and the Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat is activated, causing it to duplicate to be used by each Rider for co-op play. As a result, all Riders involved are stronger than if they used the Gashat alone, and there is no fear of losing control of its power. Furthermore, all Riders involved have identical physical stats, making them evenly matched.

In this form, Ex-Aid gains the following parts from Hunter Gamer:

  • EX Head-HU-ACT 5 (EXヘッド-HU-ACT5, EX Heddo-HU-ACT5): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 head.
    • Horn Drago Helm (ホーンドラゴヘルム, Hōn Dorago Herumu): Helmet shaped like the dragon equipment from Drago Knight Hunter Z. The horn can be used offensively and it'll inject a Bugster removal program to do more damage.
    • Search Drag Eye (サーチドラゴアイ, Sāchi Dorago Ai): The "eyes" on the Horn Drago Helm. They can sense motion and display it on the radar of the internal monitor. It can control the Whip Drago Tail (ウィップドラゴテイル, Wippu Dorago Teiru) attached to the back and can automatically detect enemies hidden in the blindspots.
    • Drago Knight Fang (ドラゴナイトファング, Dorago Naito Fangu): The "mouth" of the Horn Drago Helm. The sharp fangs and strong jaw can easily crush enemies. It can also shoot out flames to burn enemies.
  • Chest Drago Mail (チェストドラゴメイル, Chesuto Dorago Meiru): The chestplate. It can absorb physical damage to protect the chest. It has a function to repair itself if damage to prevent a decrease in defense.
  • Gail Drago Wings (ゲイルドラゴウィング, Geiru Dorago Wingu): Wings attached to the armor's back. They can act as a shield and also allow for a flight for a short amount of time.
  • Mech Drago Guard (メックドラゴガード, Mekku Dorago Gādo): Silver parts of the armor. They become more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received. They rewrite the Gain Riser and dramatically raise attack and defense.

This form's finisher is the Drago Knight Critical Strike (ドラゴナイトクリティカルストライク, Dorago Naito Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid along with the other doctor Riders deliver consecutive energy attacks to the enemy (In Ex-Aid's case, he shoots powerful streams of fire from Dragon Fang), destroying the enemy.

Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 10-11

Double Action Gamer Level X and XX's data on Genm's screen

In these forms, Ex-Aid's Rider Gauge is tripled, as his durability and physical strength are raised significantly. As revealed in Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen, if Ex-Aid Level X's health is too low, he cannot level up into LV XX.

Level X & Level XX's ending theme is entitled "Let's Try Together".

Double Action Gamer Level X

Double Action Gamer Level X

"Double Gashat! Gachan! Level Up! Mighty! Brothers! Futari de hitori! Mighty! Brothers! Futari de victory! X!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

Double Action Gamer Level X (ダブルアクションゲーマーレベルX, Daburu Akushion Gēmā Reberu Ten, lit. "Double Action Gamer Level 10") is Ex-Aid's super deformed first upgrade form, activated by inserting the Mighty Brothers XX Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever. It is a redesign of Level 1 with azure and orange hair, and a different chest piece.

Compared to his other forms, Ex-Aid has far superior stats in this form, as shown when he is able to damage Genm Zombie Gamer Level X with ease, something that neither Kamen Riders in Level 3 or even Level 5 could do. He can wield the Gashacon Key Slasher in this form.

The Rider Gauge needs to be above one health bar in order for Level X to split into Level XX.

This form's finisher is the Mighty Double Critical Strike (マイティダブルクリティカルストライク, Maiti Daburu Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid performs a series of kicks at the enemy.

Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 13-16, 18, 20-23, Chou Super Hero Taisen, Ex-Aid 24, 29, 41

Double Action Gamer Level XX

Double Action Gamer Level XX L

Double Action Gamer Level XX R

"Gachan! Double Up! Ore ga omae de! Omae ga ore de! We are! Mighty Mighty Brothers! (Hey!) Double X!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

Double Action Gamer Level XX (ダブルアクションゲーマーレベルXX, Daburu Akushion Gēmā Reberu Tsuentī, lit. "Double Action Gamer Level 20") is Ex-Aid's upgraded fighter form, accessed from Double Action Gamer Level X by closing and reopening the lever. In this form, Ex-Aid splits into two separate bodies and wields mainly the Gashacon Key Slasher and the Gashacon Breaker. Despite the title, both Ex-Aids' are Level X Riders, thus the "XX" rank is due to their combined Level since they are in fact the same person.

The azure Ex-Aid XX L acts like Emu as he is relatively calm and prioritizes the patient's safety first. His other half, the orange Ex-Aid XX R acts like the Genius Gamer M; he is cocky and prioritizes defeating the enemy to ensure victory. The role of XX R would eventually be taken over by Parado after he is revealed to be Emu's Bugster.

As opposed to becoming slightly weaker like going from Level 1 to Level 2, leveling up into this form offers a massive power boost, as all of Ex-Aid's stats are increased. As stated by Kuroto Dan, each separated Ex-Aid has the power of Level X, so the total level is added up to 20 as Level XX. Furthermore, if both personalities' objectives are synchronized, Ex-Aid can perform various outstanding joint-attacks.

This form initially had a side effect; when Emu deactivates his transformation, he gets massive headaches that are unbearable and cause him to faint. After Emu overcomes his fear of the Bugster Virus inside him, the side effects this form poses no longer occur.

It should be noted that when Emu initially used the Mighty Brothers XX Gashat during the battle against the Genomes, he transformed straight into this form skipping Level X, while his Level 2 form is briefly seen as an intermediate during the transformation.

As a result of Parado hijacking Emu's body in Episode 28, later transformations of Double Action Gamer Level XX will have Parado taking place of Genius Gamer M as Ex-Aid Level XX R instead.

In this form, Ex-Aid has the following parts:

  • EX Head-DOU-XX/L (EXヘッド-DOU-XX/L, EX Heddo-DOU-XX/L)/EX Head-DOU-XX/R (EXヘッド-DOU-XX/R, EX Heddo-DOU-XX/R): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/R head.
    • Eye Light Scope (アイライトスコープ, Ai Raito Sukōpu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's "eyes". They can emit light for night battles and can also capture images comparable to a high- speed camera. They can also observe the microscopic Bugster Virus.
    • Double Act Signal (ダブルアクトシグナル"Daburu Akuto Shigunaru): It can capture and identify motion and set tracking markers automatically. The radar on the internal monitor shows the positions of enemies, allies and energy items.
    • Green Ride Hair (グリーンライドヘアー, Gurīn Raido Heā)/Orange Ride Hair (オレンジライドヘアー, Orenji Raido Heā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's "hair". They are modeled after the player character of Mighty Brothers XX and is coated with a blast-resistant coating.
    • Co-op Battle Goggles (コープバトルゴーグル, Kōpu Batoru Gōguru): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's goggles. They protect the visual sensors from shocks and dirt and are coated with a blast-resistant coating. They can also project the POV of the other Mighty Brother in real-time.
    • Battle Communicator (バトルコミュニケーター, Batoru Komyunikētā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's thought sharing device. They can share each other's thoughts to have better coordination in battle. There is also a hearing sensor and voice communication function.
    • Air Fresh Guard (エアフレッシュガード, Ea Furesshu Gādo): An intake system within the helmet that filters out harmful substances in the air. It also regulates the suit's temperature and allows for underwater breathing.
  • D Mech Life Guard (Dメックライフガード, D Mekku Raifu Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's chest armor. It disperses damage throughout the body to protect the chest. It becomes more protective the lower the rider's health.
  • X Keypad (エクスキーパッド, Ekusu Kī Paddo): Management module on the chest. It transitions to debug mode and systems control when activating the special attack.
  • Rider Gauge (ライダーゲージ, Raidā Gēji): A lifebar that shows the rider's health. When the gauge runs out, the rider will die. The rider gauge is increased by 3 due to the stats of the rider being raised in this form.
  • D-Action Gear Suit (D-アクションギアスーツ, D-Akushon Gia Sūtsu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's bodysuit. It increases the rider's physical capability by strengthening the body. The agility focused adjustments increase the rider's reaction time and the rider's skills will be reflected as attack power. A device called a Smash Linker (スマッシュリンカー, Sumasshu Rinkā) boosts the suit's abilities after a successful co-op attack.
  • L-Face Unbreaker (L-フェイスアンブレイカー, L-Feisu Anbureikā)/R-Face Unbreaker (R-フェイスアンブレイカー, R-Feisu Anbureikā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's "faceplate" on the shoulders. They are shield generators that generate a light barrier that is invisible to the naked eye and prevent the enemy from attacking.
  • Brother Unbreaker (ブラザーアンブレイカー, Burazā Anbureikā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX/R's shoulder pad. They inject a strengthening agent to raise the rider's defense for a short amount of time.
  • EX Growth Arm (EXグロウスアーム, EX Gurousu Āmu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/R's arms. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. The arms allow for quick responses for complicated attacks.
  • X Fight Glove (エクスファイトグローブ, Ekusu Faito Gurōbu) -Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/R's gloves. It coordinates with the Gashacon weapons to optimize attacks. It also injects a Bugster removal program when executing punches to do more damage.
  • EX Growth Leg (EXグロウスレッグ, EX Gurousu Reggu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/R's legs. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. Their high running speed allows the rider to attack quickly.
  • X Fight Shoes (エクスファイトシューズ, Ekusu Faito Shūzu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/L and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX/R's shoes. It enables acrobatic movement such as airborne flight, adjustment of drop timing, and two-step jumps. It also injects a Bugster removal program when executing punches to do more damage.
  • D-Mech Build Guard (D-メックビルドガード, D-Mekku Birudo Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's silver guard pieces. The heat resistance rises when exposed to heat, and it becomes more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received. They rewrite the Gain Riser and dramatically raises attack and defense.

This form has two finishers:

  • Gamer Driver finisher:
    • Mighty Double Critical Strike (マイティダブルクリティカルストライク, Maiti Daburu Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid Level XX R and L perform a series of kicks at the enemy, before transforming back into Level X, who double punches the enemy in the sky, then separates back into the Level XX R and L, both of whom would later double kick the enemy.
  • Gashacon Key Slasher finisher:
    • Main Finishers
      • Mighty Brothers Critical Finish (マイティブラザーズクリティカルフィニッシュ, Maiti Burazāsu Kuritikaru Finisshu)
        • Blade: Ex-Aid Level XX R creates another Gashacon Key Slasher for Level XX L to use, and they both attack at the same time, creating an orange and teal energy X cross slash at the enemy.
        • Axe: Ex-Aid Level XX R creates another Gashacon Key Slasher for Level XX L to use, and they both attack at the same time, creating an orange energy slash at the enemy.
        • Gun:
      • Maximum Mighty Critical Finish (マキシマムマイティクリティカルフィニッシュ, Makishimamu Maiti Kuritikaru Finisshu):
        • Blade:
        • Axe:
        • Gun: Ex-Aid surrounds himself with yellow energy before shooting the same enemy at the opponent. The shot then traps the enemy in a pink energy ball before it disintegrates. This attack is capable of taking out giant Bugster Unions, and any survivors of this attack are reprogrammed.
    • Gashat combinations

XXL's Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 13-16, 18, 20-24, 29, 40-41, True Ending

XXR's Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 13-16,18, 20-24

Maximum Gamer Level 99

"Maximum Gashat! Gachan! Level Max!"
―Transformation activation announcement[src]

"Saidaikyuu no powerful body! Dariragan! Dagozuban!"
―Mech summoning standby announcement[src]

"Maximum Power~ X~!"
―Mech donning announcement[src]

Maximum Gamer Level 99


Maximum Gamer Level 99 (Without Maximum Gamer)


Rider Statistics (Default → Giant Energy Item)

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 99 t.[23][24] → proportional to height[25](approx. 1778.9 t.)
  • Kicking power: 99 t.[23][24] → proportional to height[25](approx. 1778.9 t.)
  • Maximum jump height: 99 m.[23][24]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 0.99 sec.[23][24]

Maximum Gamer Level 99 (マキシマムゲーマーレベル99, Makishimamu Gēmā Reberu Nainti Nain) is Ex-Aid's super form, accessed by inserting the Maximum Mighty X Gashat into the Gamer Driver, pulling the lever (causing Ex-Aid to transform into Action Gamer if he hasn't already), and then pressing the button on top of the Gashat to combine with the Maximum Gamer.

The form itself is a hefty mecha-like form resembling Ex-Aid's chibi Level 1 form. This form is used to access Muteki Gamer, similarly to the Level Up mechanism going from Level 1 to Level 2.

In this form, Ex-Aid's stats skyrocket tremendously with the massive power brought by the Maximum Gamer, to the point where not even Genm as Genm-X can surpass and being beaten easily by Ex-Aid's brutal attacks, making him a great force to be reckoned with. The stats of Ex-Aid increase accordingly with his height when affected by Giant Energy Item[25].

Ex-Aid Muteki Mode (briefly seen)

During Ex-Aid's transformation into Muteki Gamer, Ex-Aid Level 99 briefly enters Muteki Mode (ムテキモード, Muteki Mōdo) before the Muteki Gamer armor fuses with him.

Additionally, Ex-Aid can also wield the Gashacon Breaker from Mighty Action X, and the Gashacon Key Slasher from Mighty Brothers XX. This form also has the ability to rewrite the Bugster coding via the Knuckles and the Boots, allowing him to remove a Rider's compatibility or some of his enemy's powers, Rider or Bugster alike.

Eye laser attack

Flying

This form has a variety of different abilities. The Maximum Gamer can fly, shoot lasers from its eyes, and can stretch its limbs drastically. Ex-Aid is also able to eject from the Maximum Gamer in the form of Action Gamer, retaining Level 99 but gaining more agility. Meanwhile, the Maximum Gamer enters some kind of autopilot state, but the extent of its independent combat capabilities is unknown.

In this form, Ex-Aid gains the following parts from Maximum Gamer:

  • EX Head-Max 99 (EXヘッド-MAX99, EX Heddo-MAX99): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer Level 99 head.
  • Eye Light Scanner (アイライトスキャナー, Ai Raito Sukyanā): Scanning device on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's chest. In order to facilitate reprogramming, it analyzes all the Bugster Virus currently present around it.
  • Breast Signal (ブレストシグナル, Buresuto Shigunaru): Control device on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's chest. It adjusts the output of the body so the performance is at a maximum at all times. It also switches to autopilot when Ex-Aid is ejected from the armor.
  • Mighty Face Guard (マイティフェイスガード, Maiti Feisu Gādo): Armor to protect Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's chest. It is coated with a blast-resistant coating and can withstand attacks of 100t or less.
  • Mighty Powered Suit (マイティパワードスーツ, Maiti Pawādo Sūtsu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's enhanced powered armor. It increases the rider's physical capability by strengthening the body. It is coated with a special coating created from the battle data to provide high defense against Bugster attacks.
  • EX Shelter Guard (EXシェルターガード, EX Sherutā Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's escape and defense unit. It is equipped with an emergency ejection device called "EX Bail Outer (EXベイルアウター, EX Beiru Autā) which allows Ex-Aid to eject from the armor at high speeds. It is also possible to close the protective shutter to transition into full protection mode.
  • EX Strong Arm (EXストロングアーム, EX Sutorongu Āmu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's arms. A device inside increases the strength of the arms and can exhibit the same level of strength as heavy equipment. It can also attack distant enemies using a telescopic mechanism.
  • Rebuild Fight Knuckle (リビルドファイトナックル, Ribirudo Faito Nakkuru): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's hands. It coordinates with the Gashacon weapons to optimize attacks. It also executes reprogramming when executing punches and rewrites a Bugster's abilities.
  • EX Strong Leg (EXストロングレッグ, EX Sutorongu Reggu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's legs. A device inside increases the strength of the legs and can exhibit the same level of strength as heavy equipment. It can also attack distant enemies using a telescopic mechanism.
  • Rebuild Fight Boots (リビルドファイトブーツ, Ribirudo Faito Būtsu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's boots. A power thruster is built-in, allowing Ex-Aid to perform high-speed movements and continuous air dashes. It also executes reprogramming when executing kicks and rewrites a Bugster's abilities.
  • Heavy Mech Guard (ヘビーメックガード, Hebī Mekku Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer's silver guard pieces. The heat resistance rises when exposed to heat, and it becomes more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received.

This form has two finishers:

  • Gamer Driver finisher:
    • Maximum Critical Break (マキシマムクリティカルブレイク, Makishimamu Kuritikaru Bureiku): Ex-Aid punches into the ground to send the enemy flying into the air, then jumps after it and delivers a kick to it as the enemy descends. When first used on Genm, this attack depleted the Bugster Virus antibody that was within him.
  • Gashacon Key Slasher finisher:
    • Maximum Mighty Critical Finish (マキシマムマイティクリティカルフィニッシュ, Makishimamu Maiti Kuritikaru Finisshu):
      • Blade: Ex-Aid charges the weapon with fiery energy, before delivering a powerful red energy slash at the enemy.
      • Axe:
      • Gun: Ex-Aid surrounds himself with yellow energy before shooting the same enemy at the opponent. The shot then traps the enemy in a pink energy ball before it disintegrates. This attack is capable of taking out giant Bugster Unions, and any survivors of this attack are reprogrammed.
Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 23, Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero TaisenIcon-crosswiki.png, Kamen Sentai Gorider Episode 3, Ex-Aid 24-26, 28-38, 40-41, True Ending, Zi-O Episodes 49

Muteki Gamer

Muteki Gamer

"Docking! Bakkān! Mu~te~ki~! Kagayake! Ryuusei no gotoku! Ougon no saikyou gamer! Hyper Muteki Ex-Ai~d!"
―Muteki Gamer transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics (Default → Sparking Glitter)

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 128 t.[26][27] → 2 times default[28] (256 t.)
  • Kicking power: 128 t.[26][27] → 2 times default[28] (256 t.)
  • Maximum jump height: 128 m.[26][27] → 2 times default[28] (256 m.)
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 0.128 sec.[26][27] → 2 times default[28] (0.064 sec.)

Muteki Gamer (ムテキゲーマー, Muteki Gēmā, lit. Invincible Gamer) is Ex-Aid's final form, accessed using the Hyper Muteki Gashat. To transform, Hyper Muteki must first be inserted into the Gamer Driver's GD Hyper Module port then, while Emu is transformed into Maximum Gamer, pressing the Gashat's Hyper Muteki Switch to activate. Emu can also transform by installing both Gashats into their proper ports and activating them simultaneously.

This form is powered by Genius Gamer M, the manifestation of Parado's Game Disease. Emu initially could not harness the power of the Hyper Muteki Gashat during the period that Parado was separated from his body. However, using Poppy's Gashacon Bugvisor II, Emu reinfected himself with Parado's Game Disease to reclaim the means to transform into Muteki Gamer. With the infection reintroduced, Emu doesn't require Parado in his body to harness Muteki Gamer; however, according to Cronus, Parado has to remain alive in order for Ex-Aid to access this form.

In this form, Ex-Aid's stats rise to a tremendous degree, surpassing every Rider in the series, with his maximum running speed now being more than twice the speed of sound. This includes Cronus, who was the strongest Rider before Muteki Gamer. Muteki Gamer mainly wields the Gashacon Key Slasher from Mighty Brothers XX.

Muteki Gamer is designed to be "invincible". In this form, Emu can warp to avoid harm and is immune to negative status effects and abilities including Cronus' "Pause" ability (though Gamedeus possessed the ability to slow him to some degree).

Unlike the "Muteki Mode" gained by other Riders using Hyper Muteki, Muteki Gamer is a complete transformation, with no limitation on abilities and duration.

Muteki Gamer is composed of the following parts:

  • EX Head-MTK (EXヘッド-MTK, EX Heddo-MTK): The helmet.
    • Hologram Eye Light (ホログラムアイライト, Horoguramu Ai Raito): The 'eyes'. It can emit light for night battles and can also capture images comparable to a high- speed camera. It can also observe all microscopic Bugster Virus within an area instantaneously.
    • Vertex Goggles (ヴァーテックスゴーグル, Vu~ātekkusu Gōguru): The goggles. It protects the visual sensors from shocks and dirt and is coated with a blast and dust-resistant coating, ensuring clear visibility while raising defense.
    • Hyper Ride Blade (ハイパーライドブレード, Haipā Raido Burēdo): A giant golden blade sticking out the top of the helmet. It can stop an opponent's special functions and interfere with their battle systems, affecting their attack and defense power.
    • React Crystal (リアクトクリスタル, Riakuto Kurisutaru): The light blue star-shaped stone mounted on the Hyper Ride Blade. It is a searching device that can capture and identify motions and set tracking markers automatically. The radar on the internal monitor shows the positions of enemies, the health of allies, energy items, etc.
    • Hyper Ride Hair (ハイパーライドヘアー, Haipā Raido Heā): The dreadlocks. Each 'hair strand' is actually a long retractable telescopic bladed whip. They're extremely strong, and can physically pick up other Riders and throw them. Moreover, it can release glowing Sparking Glitter (スパーキングリッター, Supākingurittā) particles which can cover and reinforce the entire body, momentarily doubling Muteki Gamer's punching and kicking power.
    • Sender Ears (センダーイヤー, Sendā Iyā): The hearing sensors. It filters surrounding noise so Ex-Aid only hears the necessary sounds. There is also a communication function for private conversations with specific parties.
    • Air Fresh Guard (エアフレッシュガード, Ea Furesshu Gādo): The mouthplate. An intake system within the it filters out harmful substances in the air. It also regulates the suit's temperature by using outside air, and allow for underwater breathing thanks to compressed air stored inside.
  • EX Muteki Armor (EXムテキアーマー, EX Muteki Āmā): The chest armor. During deathblows, the EX Muteki Armor makes the entire body completely invincible, preventing any damage whatsoever during the execution of finishing techniques.
  • Sparking Shoulders (スパーキングショルダー, Supākingu Shorudā): The shoulder armor. It is a special field generator unit and can expand a blocking field across a Game Area to prevent enemies from executing special attacks. However, this ability does not seem to affect other Rider's abilities to execute their finishers and is most likely intended for anti-Bugster operations. The Sparking Shoulders can also create spatiotemporal distortions to allow Ex-Aid to short-warp within a Game Area.
  • Muteki Gear Suit (ムテキギアスーツ, Muteki Gia Sūtsu): The golden bodysuit. By assisting and strengthening the wearer's movements, tremendous physical abilities can be brought out. Adjustments have been made based on past combat data, and the reaction speed has been increased to match Ex-Aid's skill.
  • EX Complete Arms (EXコンプリートアーム, EX Konpurīto Āmu): The arms. It's attack performance has been enhanced to its limits, allowing Ex-Aid to continually execute powerful high-speed attacks that are almost invisible. Its ability is so high that it's basic performance is comparable to a normal Rider utilising energy items.
  • Victory Fight Gloves (ヴィクトリーファイトグローブ, Vu~ikutorī Faito Gurōbu): The reinforced hands. Any Gashacon weapon held in the hands will have their power and performance increased up to 10 times thanks to data communication. They are equipped with a function that automatically adjusts attacks, allowing Ex-Aid to arbitrarily execute a multi-punch attack.
  • UltiMech Guard (アルティメックガード, Arutimekku Gādo): Star-shaped guard parts located on the arms and legs. Absorbs impact and recoil of attacks and minimize the pressure of impact on the user. It also directs surplus Sparking Glitter particles made by the Hyper Muteki Gashat into the Hyper Ride Hair for storage, preventing self-destruction of the user's body due to particle overflow.
  • EX Complete Legs (EXコンプリートレッグ, EX Konpurīto Reggu): The legs. It's attack performance has been enhanced to its limits, allowing Ex-Aid to continually execute powerful high-speed attacks that are "almost" invisible. Its ability is so high that it's basic performance is comparable to a normal Rider utilising energy items.
  • Victory Fight Shoes (ヴィクトリーファイトシューズ, Vu~ikutorī Faito Shūzu): The feet. They enable acrobatic movements such as gliding jumps, time the fall rate of jumps and other manoeuvres thanks to air injection technology. They are equipped with a function that automatically adjusts attacks, allowing Ex-Aid to arbitrarily execute a multi-kick attack.

This form has three finishers:

  • Hyper Muteki Gashat finisher:
    • Hyper Critical Sparking (ハイパークリティカルスパーキング, Haipā Kuritikaru Supākingu): Unlike any other Gashat, this form's finisher is activated by pressing the star button on top of the Gashat to start the finisher standby before pressing it again to activate the finisher. This finisher takes effect after a few seconds, and can even damage someone using an Iron-Body Energy Item. During this finisher, Ex-Aid can disappear and reappear from another direction to fool his target. This finisher has two variations:
      • Rider Kick: Ex-Aid performs a series of powerful kicks at the enemy covered with multicolored game-energy.
      • Rider Slash: Ex-Aid performs a series of powerful slash attacks covered with a multicolored game-energy with the Gashacon Key Slasher in Blade Mode.
  • Gashacon Key Slasher finisher
    • Maximum Mighty Critical Finish (マキシマムマイティクリティカルフィニッシュ, Makishimamu Maiti Kuritikaru Finisshu):
      • Blade:
      • Axe:
      • Gun: Ex-Aid surrounds himself with yellow energy before shooting the same enemy at the opponent. The shot then traps the enemy in a pink energy ball before it disintegrates. This attack is capable of taking out giant Bugster Unions, and any survivors of this attack are reprogrammed.
    • Doctor Mighty Critical Finish (ドクターマイティクリティカルフィニッシュ, Dokutā Maiti Kuritikaru Finisshu)
      • Blade: Ex-Aid performs a powerful slash attack at the enemy. This attack is capable of depleting Gamedeus' virus.
      • Axe:
      • Gun:

This form's ending theme is entitled Time of Victory.

Appearances: Ex-Aid Episodes 36-44, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending, Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FINAL: Build & Ex-Aid with Legend Riders

Pac Action Gamer

Pac Action Gamer

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Pac Pac Pac-kun adventure! (Yo!) Pac! Pac! (Hey!) Pac-Man!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 205.0 cm[29]
  • Weight: 118.9 kg[29]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 76.5 t.[29]
  • Kicking power: 76.5 t.[29]
  • Maximum jump height: 76.5 m.[29]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 0.765 sec.[29]

Pac Action Gamer (パックアクションゲーマー, Pakku Akushon Gēmā) is Ex-Aid's special form themed after Pac-Man, accessed by inserting the Pac Adventure Gashat into the Gamer Driver along with the Mighty Action X Gashat and pulling the lever. In this form, the Pac Gamer fuses with Ex-Aid, becoming part of his armor.

This form is a recolor of Robot Action Gamer Level 3, though the Gekitotsu Smasher has been replaced with two smaller orange gauntlets resembling Pac-Man's orange gloves.

In this form, Ex-Aid gains the following parts from Pac Gamer:

  • EX Head-PAC-ACT (EXヘッド-PAC-ACT, EX Heddo-PAC-ACT): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Pac Action Gamer Head.
    • PAC React Antenna (PACリアクトアンテナ, Pakku Riakuto Antena): It can capture and identify motion and set tracking markers automatically. The radar on the internal monitor shows the positions of enemies, Power Cookie (パワークッキー, Pawā Kukkī) and so on.
    • PAC Guard Visor (PACガードバイザー, Pakku Gādo Baizā): Additional armor on Ex-Aid's head. It has a high-performance shock absorbing device to protect Ex-Aid's head.
  • Power Cookie Armor (パワークッキーアーマー, Pawā Kukkī Āmā): The yellow part of the chest armor. It rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically raises the defense.
  • PAC Raid Actuator (PACレイドアクチュエーター, Pakku Reido Akuchuētā): The orange and silver part of the chest armor. It rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically raises attack.
  • PAC Mech Shoulder (PACメックショルダー, Pakku Mekku Shorudā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Pac Action Gamer's shoulder armor. The built-in assist device supports and enhances motor functions to increase attack power.
  • PAC Fight Gloves (PACファイトグローブ, Pakku Gaito Gurōbu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Pac Action Gamer's boxing gloves. It injects a Bugster removal program when executing punches to do more damage. They can consume Power Cookies to execute a powerful punch.

This form's finisher is the Pac Critical Strike (パッククリティカルストライク, Pakku Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid leaps at the enemy and generates a giant energy Pac-Man which bites down on the target and causes an explosion.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm "Legend Gamer Stage".

Bike Action Gamer Level 0

Bike Action Gamer Level 0

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty jump! Mighty kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Bakusou dokusou gekisou bousou! Bakusou Bi~ke!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 205.0 cm[30]
  • Weight: 147.0 kg[30]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 66.6 t.[30]
  • Kicking power: 80.7 t.[30]
  • Maximum jump height: 60.9 m.[30]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 1.1 sec.[30]

Bike Action Gamer Level 0 (バイクアクションゲーマーレベル0, Baiku Akushion Gēmā Reberu Zero) is Ex-Aid's Hyper Battle form, activated by inserting the Proto Bakusou Bike Gashat (Combi Fukkatsu Version) along with the Mighty Action X Gashat and pulling the lever on the Gamer Driver. In this form, the Bike Gamer fuses with Ex-Aid, becoming part of his armor.

This form's finisher is the Bakusou Critical Strike (爆走クリティカルストライク, Bakusō Kuritikaru Sutoraiku, Roaring Critical Strike): Ex-Aid throws the Front and Rear Armed Units at the enemy and does a flying kick in a manner similar to a pincer attack.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Lazer.

Creator Gamer

Creator Gamer

"Gachan! Level Up! Tenchi sozo no chikara! (Get make!) Mirai no gamer! Mighty Creator VRX!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 205.0 m[31]
  • Weight: 101.0 kg[31]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 99.9 t.[31]
  • Kicking power: 99.9 t.[31]
  • Maximum jump height: 99.9 m.[31]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 0.9 sec.[31]

Creator Gamer (クリエイターゲーマー, Kurieitā Gēmā) is Ex-Aid's movie form, activated by inserting the Mighty Creator VRX Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever.

In this form, Ex-Aid's stats are the same as Level 99, and it is more agile from his bulky Maximum Gamer form, however, he was a little slow and eclipsed than Muteki Gamer. It allows him to create weapons, obstacles, and traps to attack enemies, such as swords, bridges, missiles, Gashacon Weapons, etc. using the power of virtual reality.

This form has the following parts:

  • EX Head-VRX (EXヘッド-VRX, EX Heddo-VRX): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer head.
    • Eye Light Scope (アイライトスコープ, Ai Raito Sukōpu): Ex-aid Creator Gamer's visor. It can emit light for night battles and can also capture images comparable to a high- speed camera. It can also observe the microscopic Bugster Virus.
    • VR Processor Blade (VRプロセッサーブレード, VR Purosessā Burēdo): The horns on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer's head. They are a calculation device that processes information sent from the Dimension Sensor and manages the data that is sent to the VR Create Module.
    • Cool Ride Hair (クールライドヘアー, Kūru Raido Heā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's "hair". It is modeled after the player character of Mighty Action X and is coated with a blast-resistant coating.
    • Multi Display Goggles (マルチディスプレイゴーグル, Maruchi Disupurei Gōguru): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer's goggles. They have a multi-window display up to 28 screens and can view objects in VR space multilaterally.
    • Dimension Searcher (ディメンションサーチャー, Dimenshon Sāchā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer's side horns. They can instantly capture battle conditions and changes in the VR space and transmit data to the VR Processor Blade.
    • Air Fresh Guard (エアフレッシュガード, Ea Furesshu Gādo): An intake system within the helmet that filters out harmful substances in the air. It also regulates the suit's temperature and allows for underwater breathing.
  • VR Life Guard (VRライフガード, VR Raifu Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer's chest armor. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's chest armor. It disperses damage throughout the body to protect the chest. It becomes more protective the lower the rider's health.
    • Breast Virtualizer (ブレストバーチャライザー, Buresuto Bācharaizā): A luminous gauge on the VR Life Guard. It visualizes the limit of the VR simulation's capacity.
  • Virtual Gear Suit (バーチャルギアスーツ, Bācharu Gia Sūtsu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer's bodysuit. It increases the rider's physical capability by strengthening the body. The lobes that cover the lower back have built-in stabilizer functions that increase motor performance and reaction speed in the VR space.
    • VR Create Module (VRクリエイトモジュール, VR Kurieito Mojūru): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer's shoulder pads. They are optical printers that create objects in the VR space based on the data in the VR Processor Blade sent by the Virtual Fight Gloves.
  • EX Effect Arm (EXエフェクトアーム, EX Efekuto Āmu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Creator Gamer's arms. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. The arms allow for easy operation in the VR space.
  • Virtual Fight Glove (バーチャルファイトグローブ, Bācharu Faito Gurōbu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's gloves. It coordinates with the Mighty Creator VRX Gashat and transfers the coordinates of the generated items to the VR Create Module.
  • EX Effect Leg (EXエフェクトレッグ, EX Efekuto Reggu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's legs. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. Their high running speed allows the rider to attack quickly.
  • Virtual Fight Shoes (バーチャルファイトシューズ, Bācharu Faito Shūzu): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's shoes. It enables acrobatic movement such as airborne flight, adjustment of drop timing, and two-step jumps. It also injects a Bugster removal program when executing punches to do more damage.
  • Mech Build Guard (メックビルドガード, Mekku Birudo Gādo): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's silver guard pieces. The heat resistance rises when exposed to heat, and it becomes more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received.


This form's finisher is the Mighty Critical Strike (マイティクリティカルストライク, Maiti Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid draws a series of rockets before sending them all launched at the enemy.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending.

Double Fighter Gamer Level 39

Double Fighter Gamer Level 39

"Gachan! Double Up! Ore to boku no kobushi! (Ow!) Yuujou no akashi! Chou kyouryoku play! Knock Out Fighter 2!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 205.0 cm[32]
  • Weight: 117.2 kg[32]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 39 t.[32]
  • Kicking power: 63.9 t.[32]
  • Maximum jump height: 53.9 m.[32]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 3.9 sec.[32]

Double Fighter Gamer Level 39 (ダブルファイターゲーマー レベル39, Daburu Faitā Gēmā Reberu Sāti Nain) is Ex-Aid's special form accessed when Emu and Parado use the Knock Out Fighter 2 Gashat together, splitting a form between Ex-Aid and Para-DX similarly to Mighty Brothers XX.[33]

This form's finisher is the Knock Out Critical Knuckle (ノックアウトクリティカルナックル, Nokku Auto Kuritikaru Nakkuru): Ex-Aid, along Para-DX, delivers a powerful Rider Punch at the enemy covered in pink and red energy.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Para-DX.

Novel Gamer Level X

Artist rendition of Novel Gamer Level X image according to the novel description.

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty Novel! Ore no iutōri! Mighty Novel! Ore no story! X!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Novel Gamer Level X (ノベルゲーマー レベルX, Noberu Gēmā Reberu Ekkusu) is Ex-Aid's novel form accessed when Emu uses the Mighty Novel X Gashat.

While the full range of this form's capabilities is unknown, Novel Gamer Level X possesses invincibility powers that surpass the like of the Muteki Gamer and God Maximum Gamer. However, its most impressive ability is its ability to alter reality.

This form's finisher is the Novel Critical Destiny (ノベルクリティカルデスティニー, Noberu Kuritikaru Desutinī): Ex-Aid Novel Gamer's Rider Kick, it was never seen in the media, but (presumably) more stronger than Genm's God Maximum Critical Blessing and much faster than Muteki Gamer's Hyper Critical Sparking.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: ~Mighty Novel X~.

These Forms are exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.

Proto Robot Action Gamer Level 0

Proto Robot Action Gamer Level 0

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty Jump! Mighty Kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Buttatake! Totsugeki! Mouretsu Punch! Gekitotsu Robots!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Proto Robot Action Gamer Level 0 (プロトロボットアクションゲーマーレベル0, Puroto Robotto Akushon Gēma Reberu Zero) is Ex-aid's upgraded form, accessed by inserting the Proto Gekitotsu Robots Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever. In this form, a prototype of the Robot Gamer fuses with Ex-Aid, becoming part of his armor. His chest is covered with the Raid Actuator (レイドアクチュエーター, Reido Akuchuētā) and Guard Actuator (ガードアクチュエーター, Gādo Akuchuētā), which rewrite the Gain Riser program to dramatically increase his attack and defense powers, while his shoulders are protected by a pair of Power Mec Shoulders (パワーメックショルダー, Pawā Mekku Shorudā) having built-in power assist devices to enhance his combat ability.

Ex-Aid's main weapon in this form is his left robot arm Gekitotsu Smasher (ゲキトツスマッシャー, Gekitotsu Sumasshā), which amplifies Ex-Aid's punching power by 10 times. It is also equipped with a small rocket booster for a ranged attack.

This form's finisher is the Gekitotsu Critical Strike (ゲキトツクリティカルストライク, Gekitotsu Kuritikaru Sutoraiku, Clash Critical Strike): Ex-Aid fires the Gekitotsu Smasher at the enemy and then punches the enemy while putting the Gekitotsu Smasher back on, dealing massive damage with the after-shock created.

Proto Hunter Action Gamer Level 0 (Dragon Fang)

Proto Hunter Action Gamer Level 0 (Dragon Fang)

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty Jump! Mighty Kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Do-Do-Do-Do-Do! Kokuryūken! Dra-! Dra-! Drago Knight Hunter! Z!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Proto Hunter Action Gamer Level 0 (Dragon Fang) (プロトハンターアクションゲーマーレベル0 (ドラゴンファング), Puroto Hantā Akushon Gēmā Reberu Zero (Doragon Fangu)) is Ex-Aid's upgraded form accessed by inserting the Proto Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever. In this form, Ex-Aid is armed by the Dragon Fang, the Chest Drago Mail and the Wip Drago Tail.

This form is acquired when all four doctor Riders (Ex-Aid, Brave, Snipe, and Lazer) are united and the Proto Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat is activated, causing it to duplicate to be used by each Rider for co-op play. As a result, all Riders involved are stronger than if they used the Gashat alone, and there is no fear of losing control of its power. Furthermore, all Riders involved have identical physical stats, making them evenly matched.

This form's finisher is the Drago Knight Critical Strike (ドラゴナイトクリティカルストライク, Dorago Naito Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid along with the other doctor Riders deliver consecutive energy attacks to the enemy (In Ex-Aid's case, he shoots powerful streams of fire from Dragon Fang), destroying the enemy.

Ghost Gamer Level 1

Ghost Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 180.5 cm[34]
  • Weight: 137.0 kg[34]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 7.7 t.[34]
  • Kicking power: 11.5 t.[34]
  • Maximum jump height: 30.5 m.[34]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 7.6 sec.[34]

Ghost Gamer Level 1 (ゴーストゲーマーレベル1, Gōsuto Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Ghost, activated by inserting the Kaigan Ghost Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

Appearances: Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider, "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm (Legend Rider Stage)

Ghost Gamer Level 2

Ghost Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Inochi moyasu! Kakugo kimeru! Ore ga Ghost!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 204.0 cm[35]
  • Weight: 96.0 kg[35]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 5.5 t.[35]
  • Kicking power: 10 t.[35]
  • Maximum jump height: 42 m.[35]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.8 sec.[35]

Ghost Gamer Level 2 (ゴーストゲーマーレベル2, Gōsuto Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Ghost. Activated by inserting the Kaigan Ghost Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever. In this form, Ex-aid gain abilities similar to Kamen Rider Ghost. Ex-Aid is armed with Ghost's Gan Gun Saber in this form.

This form finisher is the Kaigan Critical Strike (カイガンクリティカルストライク, Kaigan Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid, along with Ghost Ex-Aid Damashii, performs a flying kick into the enemy while uses spiritual energy which makes their body and mask of glow (in Ex-Aid case), he is enveloped in an orange flame.

Ghost Gamer is composed of the following parts:

  • EX Head-GST 2 (EXヘッド-GST2, EX Heddo: GST 2): The helmet.
    • Eye Light Scope (アイライトスコープ, Ai Raito Sukōpu): The "eyes". It can emit light for night battles and can also capture images comparable to a high- speed camera. It can also observe the microscopic Bugster Virus.
    • Wisp Horn (ウィスプホーン, Uisupu Hōn): The horn jutting out from the forehead. It detects enemies within a 5km radius and alerts the user. Due to its physical strength, it can be used as a headbutting weapon.
    • Soul Ornament (ソウルオーナメント, Souru Ōnamento): The base of the Wisp Horn. It is an energy adjustment device that checks the condition of the body and manages energy flow. It shifts every internal system according to information gained by the Wisp Horn, shifting Ghost Gamer to a battle state.
    • Effector Hood (エフェクターフード, Efekutā Fūdo): The 'hood', or at the very least the part of the helmet painted to give the impression of a hood. It wraps the entire user with an energy field, increasing defense, and can confuse enemies by projecting afterimages.
    • Dynamic Goggles (ダイナミックゴーグル, Dainamikku Gōguru): The goggles. It protects the visual sensors from shocks and dirt and is coated with a blast-resistant coating.
    • Sender Ear (センダーイヤー, Sendā Iyā): The hearing sensors located on the ear area. It filters surrounding noise so the user only hears the necessary sounds. There is also a communication function for private conversations with specific parties.
    • Air Fresh Ductor (エアフレッシュダクター, Ea Furesshu Dakutā): An intake system within the helmet that filters out harmful substances in the air. It also regulates the suit's temperature and allows for underwater breathing.
  • Mech Life Guard (メックライフガード, Mekku Raifu Gādo): Ex-Aid's chest armor. It disperses damage throughout the body to protect the chest. It becomes more protective as the Rider's health decreases.
  • R Energy Booster (Rエナジーブースター, R Enajī Būsutā): An energy strengthening device placed inside of the Mech Life Guard. It infuses Ex-Aid with the power of Kamen Rider Ghost. It also allows Ex-Aid to counter the Pac-Man Virus.
  • Multi Unbreaker (マルチアンブレイカー, Maruchi Anbureikā): Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's shoulder armor. It injects a strengthening agent to raise the rider's defense for a short amount of time.
  • Ghost Gear Suit (ゴーストギアスーツ, Gōsuto Gia Sūtsu): The bodysuit. It assists the user's movements and brings out physical abilities not normally achieved by physical people. It also defies the laws of gravity and mass, enabling the user to slip through matter and float in the air.
  • EX Ghostrike Arm (EXゴーストライクアーム, EX Gōsutoraiku Āmu): The arms. Because it is good at quick responses and quick attacks, it is suitable for a range of tactics. Moreover, by releasing an antibody program, it can neutralize the Pac-Man Virus.
  • Fatal Fight Gloves (フェイタルファイトグローブ, Feitaru Faito Gurōbu): The reinforced hands. It allows Ex-Aid to touch an invisible person (such as Gamma. Energy developed on the surface can be inserted into enemies via punches and destroy their internal functions.
  • EX Ghostrike Leg (EXゴーストライクレッグ, EX Gōsutoraiku Reggu): The legs. It has excellent instantaneous power, allowing Ex-Aid to run short distances within a short time frame to close the distance between him and the enemy. Moreover, by releasing an antibody program, it can neutralize the Pac-Man Virus.
  • Mortal Fight Shoes (モータルファイトシューズ, Mōtaru Faito Shūzu): The reinforced feet. It is capable of high-speed footwork and controls Ex-Aid's posture when floating in the air. Energy developed on the surface can be inserted into enemies via kicks, destroying their internal functions.
  • Mech Build Guard (メックビルドガード, Mekku Birudo Gādo): The silver guard pieces. The heat resistance rises when exposed to heat, and it becomes more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received.


Appearances: Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm "2"

Drive Gamer Level 1

Drive Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Drive Gamer Level 1 (ドライブゲーマーレベル1, Doraibu Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Drive, activated by inserting the Full Throttle Drive Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Drive Gamer Level 2 from Ghost Gamer Level 2.

Drive Gamer "Nanchatte" Level 1

However, Bandai's candy toy has featured a similar form in their blog, but marked as Drive Gamer Nanchatte Level 1 (ドライブゲーマーなんちゃってレベル1, Doraibu Gēmā Nanchatte Reberu Wan, lit. Driver Gamer Just Joking Level 1)[36].


Drive Gamer Level 2

Drive Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Tri! Tri! Tri! Tridoron de bakusou! Hitoppashiri tsukeyo! Full Throttle Drive!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 199.0 cm[37]
  • Weight: 102.0 kg[37]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6 t.[37]
  • Kicking power: 10.4 t.[37]
  • Maximum jump height: 32 m.[37]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.7 sec.[37]

Drive Gamer Level 2 (ドライブゲーマーレベル2, Doraibu Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Drive, activated by inserting the Full Throttle Drive Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever. Ex-Aid is armed with Drive's Handle Ken in this form. However, the Door-Ju wasn't used, but in the DX toyline.

This form's finisher is the Full Throttle Critical Strike (フルスロットルクリティカルストライク, Furu Surottoru Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid focuses power into his right leg, making it glow red as he slams into the enemy with a flying kick. A variation of this finisher has Tridoron forming a whirlwind around the enemy while Ex-Aid is boosted forward by energy-projected spinning tires, allowing him to rebound off the car so that he can unleash a rapid barrage of kicks to finish off the enemy akin to Drive's Speedrop.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm "Legend Rider Stage".

Gaim Gamer Level 1

Gaim Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Gaim Gamer Level 1 (ガイムゲーマーレベル1, Gaimu Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Gaim, activated by inserting the Toukenden Gaim Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Gaim Gamer Level 2 from Drive Gamer Level 2.

Unnamed Gaim Gamer

However, Bandai's candy toy has featured a similar form in their blog, but marked as exchange of heads with the body of Level 1[38].


Gaim Gamer Level 2

Gaim Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Tokenden-den-den-de-de-den! Fruits chambara!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 203.0 cm[39]
  • Weight: 105.0 kg[39]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 6.7 t.[39]
  • Kicking power: 10.2 t.[39]
  • Maximum jump height: 28 m.[39]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5.9 sec.[39]

Gaim Gamer Level 2 (ガイムゲーマーレベル2, Gaimu Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Gaim, activated by inserting the Toukenden Gaim Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever. Ex-Aid is armed with Gaim's Daidaimaru in this form. However, the Musou Saber wasn't used, but in the DX toyline.

This form has two Finishers:

  • Kimewaza Slot Holder finishers:
    • Toukenden Critical Strike (刀剣伝クリティカルストライク, Tōken-den Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid jumps into the air, engulfed by an orange energy passing through a line of orange slices with a high concentration of orange energy focused on his right foot as he strikes the target with a powerful kick, the line of orange slices do not appear.
  • Gashacon Breaker finishers:
    • Toukenden Critical Finish (刀剣伝クリティカルフィニッシュ, Tōken-den Kuritikaru Finisshu, lit. Swords Legend Critical Finish)
      • Hammer:
      • Blade: Ex-Aid traps the enemy with a giant energized orange and then slashes the enemy. The slashes represent orange slices. The attack is similar to Gaim's Naginata Musou Slicer.
This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm "Legend Rider Stage".

Ichigou Gamer Level 1

Ichigou Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Ichigou Gamer Level 1 (1号ゲーマーレベル1, Ichigō Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider 1, activated by inserting the Let's Go Ichi Gou! Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Ichigou Gamer Level 2 by pulling the lever of the Gamer Driver immediately after inserting the Gashat.

Ichigou Gamer Level 2

Ichigou Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Rider Punch! Rider Kick! Rider, Rider Action! Go!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
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Ichigou Gamer Level 2 (1号ゲーマーレベル2, Ichigō Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider 1, activated by inserting the Let's Go Ichi Gou! Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.

Kuuga Gamer Level 1

Kuuga Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Kuuga Gamer Level 1 (クウガゲーマーレベル1, Kūga Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Kuuga, activated by inserting the Adventure Guy Kuuga Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Kuuga Gamer Level 2 by pulling the lever of the Gamer Driver immediately after inserting the Gashat.

Kuuga Gamer Level 2

Kuuga Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty Form! Mighty Kick! Bouken Yaro! Kuuga!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Kuuga Gamer Level 2 (クウガゲーマーレベル2, Kūga Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Kuuga, activated by inserting the Adventure Guy Kuuga Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.

Ryuki Gamer Level 1

Ryuki Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Ryuki Gamer Level 1 (龍騎ゲーマーレベル1, Ryūki Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Ryuki, activated by inserting the Mirror Labyrinth Ryuki Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Ryuki Gamer Level 2 by pulling the lever of the Gamer Driver immediately after inserting the Gashat.

Ryuki Gamer Level 2

Ryuki Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Dragon Knight! Mirror Labyrinth Ryuki!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Ryuki Gamer Level 2 (龍騎ゲーマーレベル2, Ryūki Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Ryuki, activated by inserting the Mirror Labyrinth Ryuki Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.

Kabuto Gamer Level 1

Kabuto Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Kabuto Gamer Level 1 (カブトゲーマーレベル1, Kabuto Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Kabuto, activated by inserting the Insect Wars Kabuto Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Kabuto Gamer Level 2 by pulling the lever of the Gamer Driver immediately after inserting the Gashat.


Kabuto Gamer Level 2

Kabuto Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Kabuto ni Kuwagata! Hachi Tonbo! Sasori Batta! Konchu Daisensou!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Kabuto Gamer Level 2 (カブトゲーマーレベル2, Kabuto Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Kabuto, activated by inserting the Insect Wars Kabuto Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.


Kiva Gamer Level 1

Kiva Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Kiva Gamer Level 1 (キバゲーマーレベル1, Kiba Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Kiva, activated by inserting the DokiDoki Makai Castle Kiva Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Kiva Gamer Level 2 by pulling the lever of the Gamer Driver immediately after inserting the Gashat.


Kiva Gamer Level 2

Kiva Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Va-Vam-Vam-Vam-Vampire! Makai-Jou Kiva!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Kiva Gamer Level 2 (キバゲーマーレベル2, Kiba Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Kiva, activated by inserting the DokiDoki Makai Castle Kiva Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.


Decade Gamer Level 1

Decade Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Decade Gamer Level 1 (ディケイドゲーマーレベル1, Dikeido Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Decade, activated by inserting the Barcode Warrior Decade Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Decade Gamer Level 2 by pulling the lever of the Gamer Driver immediately after inserting the Gashat.


Decade Gamer Level 2

Decade Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Destroyer! Sekai no Hakaisha! Barcode Warrior!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Decade Gamer Level 2 (ディケイドゲーマーレベル2, Dikeido Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Decade, activated by inserting the Barcode Warrior Decade Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.


Double Gamer Level 1

Double Gamer Level 1

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Double Gamer Level 1 (ダブルゲーマーレベル1, Daburu Gēmā Reberu Wan) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Double, activated by inserting the Detective Double Gashat into the Gamer Driver.

This form is unseen as Ex-Aid transforms directly into Double Gamer Level 2 by pulling the lever of the Gamer Driver immediately after inserting the Gashat.

Double Gamer Level 2

Double Gamer Level 2

"Gachan! Level Up! Half-boiled! Kazoero! Omae no Tsumi O! Meitantei Double!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Double Gamer Level 2 (ダブルゲーマーレベル2, Daburu Gēmā Reberu Tsū) is Ex-Aid's crossover form themed after Kamen Rider Double, activated by inserting the Detective Double Gashat into the Gamer Driver, and pulling the lever.

This form is exclusive to Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.


These forms are exclusively available to be simulated with Ex-Aid in the Level UP Rider Series toyline.

Beat Action Gamer Level 3

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty Jump! Mighty Kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Do-Do-DoReMiFa-So-La-Ti-Do! (Yeah x2) OK! DoReMiFa (This is the Beat they ask for) Bea~t~! (To the Beat x2) (Upbeat Pop Music followed by Music Disc scratching)"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Beat Action Gamer Level 3 (ビートアクションゲーマーレベル3, Bīto Akushon Gēma Reberu Surī) is Ex-Aid's upgraded form, accessed by inserting the DoReMiFa Beat Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever.


Combat Action Gamer Level 3

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty Jump! Mighty Kick! Mighty Mighty Action X! A Gacha! Jet! Jet! In the Sky! Jet! Jet! Jet Comba~t!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Combat Action Gamer Level 3 (コンバットアクションゲーマーレベル3, Konbatto Akushon Gēma Reberu Surī) is Ex-Aid's upgraded form, accessed by inserting the Jet Combat Gashat along with the Mighty Action X Gashat into the Gamer Driver and pulling the lever.


Ex-Aid Fantasy Gamer Level 50

"Gachan! Dual Up! (ominous choir) Tadoru Meguru RPG! Taddle Fantasy! (orchestral waltz music)"
―transformation announcement[src]

Ex-Aid Simulation Gamer Level 50

"Gachan! Dual Up! Scramble da! Shutsugeki Hasshin! Bang Bang Simulations! (militaristic music) Hasshin!"
―transformation announcement[src]

Ex-Aid XX R Fantasy Gamer Level 50

Ex-Aid XX L Fantasy Gamer Level 50

"Gachan! Dual Up! (ominous choir) Tadoru Meguru RPG! Taddle Fantasy! (orchestral waltz music)"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Ex-Aid XX R Simulation Gamer Level 50

Ex-Aid XX L Simulation Gamer Level 50

"Gachan! Dual Up! Scramble da! Shutsugeki Hasshin! Bang Bang Simulations! (militaristic music) Hasshin!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

These forms are exclusively available to be simulated with Ex-Aid in the SO-DO Kamen Rider Ex-Aid toyline.

Ex-Aid Robot Ghost Gamer

"Gachan! Level Up! Inochi Moyasu! Kakugo Kimero! Ore ga Ghost! A Gacha! Buttobase! Totsugeki! Gekitotsu Punch! Gekitotsu Robots!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Bandai's candy toy has featured this form in their blog, marked as Robot Ghost Gamer (ロボットゴーストゲーマー, Robotto Gōsuto Gēmā).[41]


Ex-Aid Combat Ghost Gamer

"Gachan! Level Up! Inochi Moyasu! Kakugo Kimero! Ore ga Ghost! A Gacha! Jet! Jet! In the Sky! Jet! Jet! Jet Comba~t!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Bandai's candy toy has featured this form in their blog, marked as Combat Ghost Gamer (コンバットゴーストゲーマー, Konbatto Gōsuto Gēmā).[41]


Ex-Aid Hunter Gamer

"Gachan! Level Up! Inochi Moyasu! Kakugo Kimero! Ore ga Ghost! A Gacha! Do-Do-Drago! Na-Na-Na-Kni~ght! Dra-! Dra-! Drago Knight Hunter! Ex-Aid!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Bandai's candy toy has featured this form in their blog, marked as Hunter Gamer.[41]


Main article: Parado
Fighter Gamer Level 50

Fighter Gamer Level 50

"Dual Up! Explosion hit! Knock Out Fighter!"
―Transformation Announcement[src]

Rider Statistics

Ability Perimeters:

Fighter Gamer Level 50 (ファイターゲーマーレベル50, Faitā Gēmā Reberu Fifuti) is Para-DX's second primary form, activated by turning the Gashat Gear Dual to the Knock Out Fighter side. This form is based on fighting games. Parado transforms into this form using Emu's body after possessing him in episode 29.

The main tool of Para-DX in this form is the Materialize Smasher (マテリアライズスマッシャー, Materiaraizu Sumasshā), which was Puzzle Gamer's shoulder parts. These gauntlets can throw powerful punches of fire.

This form has the following parts:

  • PD Head-FTG 50 (PDヘッド-FTG50, PD Heddo-FTG50): Kamen Rider Para-DX Fighter Gamer Level 50 head.
    • Eye Light Scope (アイライトスコープ, Ai Raito Sukōpu): Kamen Rider Para-DX's "eyes". It can emit light for night battles and can also capture images comparable to a high- speed camera. It can also observe the microscopic Bugster Virus.
    • Knock Outer Signal (ノックアウターシグナル, Nokku Autā Shigunaru): It can capture and identify motion and set tracking markers automatically. The radar on the internal monitor shows the positions of enemies, allies and energy items.
    • Strife Ride Hair (ストライフライドヘアー, Sutoraifu Raido Heā): Kamen Rider Para-DX Fighter Gamer's "hair". It is modeled after the player character of Perfect Puzzle and is coated with a blast-resistant coating.
    • Grapple Goggle (グラップルゴーグル, Gurappuru Gōguru): Kamen Rider Para-DX Puzzle Gamer's goggles. It is equipped with a special transmission sensor to locate enemies hidden in the cover. It can also analyze enemy equipment and suit conditions to attack their weak points.
    • Struggle High Guard (ストラグルハイガード, Sutoraguru Hai Gādo): Armored parts on Kamen Rider Para-DX's head. It can absorb heat generated by the body and convert it into usable energy and store it.
  • P Mech Life Guard (Pメックライフガード, P Mekku Raifu Gādo): Kamen Rider Para-DX's chest armor. It disperses damage throughout the body to protect the chest. It becomes more protective the lower the rider's health.
  • Selected Monitor (セレクテッドモニター, Serekuteddo Monitā): Graphic monitor on Kamen Rider Para-DX's chest. It displays an image of the game "Knockout Fighter".
  • Dual Gear Suit (デュアルギアスーツ, De~yuaru Gia Sūtsu): Kamen Rider Para-DX's bodysuit. It increases the rider's physical capability by strengthening the body. The balance is adjusted based on the form. The balance for Fighter Gamer is focused on attack power and reaction speed.
  • Para-DX Buckle (パラドクスバックル, Paradokusu Bakkuru): Kamen Rider Para-DX's belt.
  • PD Growth Arm (PDグロウスアーム, PD Gurousu Āmu): Kamen Rider Para-DX's arms. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. The arms specialize in high-speed, precise motions to target enemies' weak points.
  • Materialize Smasher (マテリアライズスマッシャー, Materiaraizu Sumasshā): Kamen Rider Para-DX Fighter Gamer's boxing gloves. A special combustion device called a Material Burner (マテリアバーナー, Materia Bānā) is installed inside, allowing Para-DX to throw out flames that explode objects upon contact.
  • PD Growth Leg (PDグロウスレッグ, PD Gurousu Reggu): Kamen Rider Para-DX's legs. It has a function called Gain Riser (ゲインライザー, Gein Raizā) that increases combat capabilities based on the rider's level and combat experience. They allow for light footwork and attacks with continuous techniques unilaterally.
  • Direct Hit Shoes (ダイレクトヒットシューズ, Dairekuto Hitto Shūzu): Kamen Rider Para-DX's shoes. It allows the rider to move at high speeds as if he has teleported. It also injects a program to temporarily stop the defense system of the suit to score direct hit damage.
  • Para Build Guard (パラビルドガード, Para Birudo Gādo): Kamen Rider Para-DX's golden guard pieces. The heat resistance rises when exposed to heat, and it becomes more durable by changing the structure of parts according to the damage received. Not only that, the device inside rewrites the Gain Riser and dramatically increases attack and defense.

This form's finisher is the Knock Out Critical Smash (ノックアウトクリティカルスマッシュ, Nokkuaoto Kuritikaru Sumasshu), which has two variations:

  • Para-DX delivers a flaming uppercut to the enemy, launching them into the air, before punching them again when they fall back into his punching range.
  • Para-DX delivers a powerful haymaker punch to the enemy.
Appearances: Ex-Aid Episode 29

Aka-Rider

Aka-Rider

"Aka-Rider!"
―Aka-Rider's role call[src]

Rider Statistics

  • Height: 195.0 cm[44]
  • Weight: 75.0 kg[44]

Ability Perimeters:

  • Punching power: 55 t.[44]
  • Kicking power: 65 t.[44]
  • Maximum jump height: 45 m.[44]
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 3 sec.[44]

Aka-Rider (アカライダー, Akaraidā) is the Red heroIcon-crosswiki.png of the hybrid Kamen Rider/Super Sentai team Kamen Sentai Gorider. Ex-Aid was granted this form when Team Ex-Aid prevailed in the Game World's Chou Super Hero Taisen tournament. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen

Mecha VaribluneIcon-crosswiki.png

Aka-Rider is composed of the following parts:[45]

  • Super Antenna Antennae (超触角アンテナ, Chō Shokkaku Antena): The antennae. They can intercept communications by capturing radio waves within a 5km radius. They can contact the other Goriders or allies.
  • C Eye (C・アイ, C Ai): The compound eyes. In detects heat sources and body reactions, and utilizes this information to target enemies that move at high speed.
  • O-Signal (O・シグナル, O Shigunaru): A small device embedded on the forehead. Notifies Aka-Rider of any enemies within a 3km radius.
  • Crusher (クラッシャー, Kurasshā): The mouthplate. It can actually open up and bite down on an enemy. The fangs are extremely sharp and can easily chew through sturdy steel. The ability to open and close the Crusher has not been seen in any current media.
  • Protective Clothing (防護服, Bōgo-fuku): The entire bodysuit. It is made of special chemical fibers that can absorb shocks.
  • Gorider Mantle (ゴライダーマント, Goraidā Manto): The collar-cape section. The Gorider Mantle's surface is explosion-proof, reducing damage taken from behind (most likely to shield Aka-Rider from explosions that occur during introductory scenes).
  • Converter Lung (コンバーターラング, Konbātā Rangu): The yellow chest armor. It is both flexible and durable. It takes in surrounding heat and wind energy, converting them into energy to power Aka-Rider.
  • Power Amplification Gloves (パワー増幅グローブ, Pawā Zōfuku Gurōbu): The gloves. They enhance the wearer's punches via electrical stimulation.
  • Power Amplification Boots (パワー増幅ブーツ, Pawā Zōfuku Būtsu): The boots. They enhance the wearer's kicks via electrical stimulation.
  • Typhoon (タイフーン, Taifūn): Aka-Rider's transformation belt. By spinning the windmill device within the center via wind energy, energy is produced, allowing transformation and deathblows.
  • Energy Converter (エナージコンバーター, Enāji Konbātā): Two silver devices located on either side of the Typhoon. They store energy produced by Aka-Rider.

Equipment

Devices

Weapons

Vehicles

Legend Rider Devices

"Kamen Ride: Ex-Aid! Mighty Jump! Mighty Kick! Mighty Mighty Action X!"
―DX Neodecadriver Transformation announcement[src]

Kamen Ride: Ex-Aid

With the Ex-Aid Rider Card, Decade would presumably transform into Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's Action Gamer Level 2.


"Kamen Ride: Ex-Aid! Muteki! Kagayake, Ryusei no Gotoku! Ougon no Saikyou Gamer! Hyper Muteki Ex-Aid!"
―DX Neodecadriver Transformation announcement[src]

Final Kamen Ride: Ex-Aid Muteki Gamer

Final KamenRide: Ex-Aid Muteki Gamer: This card can be used in Decade's Neodecadriver to transform into Ex-Aid Muteki Gamer.


"Kaigan! Heisei Rider! (Modified 1 transformation noise) Aratana Kousei! Kore wa Heisei! (Energy warble)"
―Transformation announcement with Ghost Driver[src]

"Tengan! Ghost! Mega Ulord!"
―Transformation announcement with Mega Ulorder[src]

The Ex-Aid Ghost Eyecon (エグゼイドゴースト眼魂, Eguzeido Gōsuto Aikon) is a unique Legend Rider Eyecon based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, with its primary user being Kamen Rider Ghost. It shows the number R18 on its Startup Time setting, Ex-Aid Action Gamer Level 2's face on its Transformation Time setting, and Ex-Aid's symbol on its Move Invocation Time setting.

In the Ghost Driver, it summons the Ex-Aid Ghost (エグゼイドゴースト, Eguzeido Gōsuto) to transform Ghost into Ex-Aid Damashii, which grants him the abilities of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.

This Eyecon first appeared in the final episode of Ghost, manifesting from a green colored Ex-Aid medal.


Mighty Action X Rider Gashat (Memorial Finish Ver.)

A special Mighty Action X Rider Gashat (Memorial Finish Ver.) (マイティアクションXガシャット (メモリアルフィニッシユVer.), Maiti Akushon Ekusu Gashatto Memoriaru Finisshu Ver.) was released in 2017.


Ex-Aid Kyutama.

The Ex-Aid KyutamaIcon-crosswiki.png (エグゼイドキュータマ, Eguzeido Kyūtama, lit. Ex-Aid Nine Ball) was among the Kyutama collected by Shou RonpoIcon-crosswiki.png under unexplained circumstances. It allowed the KyurangersIcon-crosswiki.png to summon Kamen Rider Ex-Aid to assist them. Space.7: Take Back the Birthday!



  • Doctor Fullbottle (ドクターフルボトル, Dokutā Furubotoru): Used with the Game Fullbottle to access Ex-Aid Form.
  • Game Fullbottle (ゲームフルボトル, Gēmu Furubotoru): Used with the Doctor Fullbottle to access Ex-Aid Form.

"(Digital beeping) Ex-Aid!"
―Activation announcement[src]

"The doctor Rider who uses the power of games to fight is... (Clock ticking noise) Ex-Aid! (ゲームの力で戦うドクターライダーは…エグゼイドだ!, Gēmu no chikara de tatakau dokutā Raidā wa... (Clock ticking noise) Eguzeido da!)"
―Secondary activation announcement[src]

"Rider Time! (retro-styled game music) Level Up! Ex-Aid!"
―Transformation announcement in the Ziku-Driver's right-hand slot[src]

"(Right-hand Ridewatch's announcement)! Armor Time! (retro-styled game music) Level Up! Ex-Aid!"
―Rider Armor transformation announcement[src]

"Finish Time! Ex-Aid! Critical Time (Break/Burst)!"
―Rider Armor finisher announcement[src]

Ex-Aid Ridewatch (エグゼイドライドウォッチ, Eguzeido Raidowotchi): Based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Action Gamer Level 2, this Ridewatch provides access to the Ex-AidArmor used by Zi-O or Geiz. It is dated 2016.


"(Digital beeping) Double Action Gamer XX (R/L)!"
―Activation announcement[src]

"I am you and you are me! The Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX (R/L) split into two! (俺はお前でお前が俺で!二人に分身したエグゼイドダブルアクションゲーマーXX(R/L)!, Ore ga omae de omae ga ore de! Futari ni bunshin shita Eguzeido Daburu Akshon Gēmā Daburu Ekkusu (Āru/Eru)!)"
―Secondary activation announcement[src]

"(Right-hand Ridewatch's announcement)! Armor Time! (Mighty Brothers XX Level X instrumental jingle) Double Up! Double Action! (Level X post-transformation noises)"
―Transformation announcement in the Ziku-Driver's left-hand slot for XX L[src]

"(Right-hand Ridewatch's announcement)! Armor Time! (Mighty Brothers XX Level XX instrumental jingle) Double Up! Double Action! (Level XX post-transformation noises)"
―Transformation announcement in the Ziku-Driver's left-hand slot for XX R[src]

"Finish Time! Double Critical Time (Break/Burst/Jack)!"
―Finisher announcement in left-hand slot[src]

  • Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX R Ridewatch[48] (エグゼイドダブルアクションゲーマーXXRライドウォッチ, Eguzeido Daburu Akushion Gēmā Daburu Ekusu Āru Raidowotchi): Based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX R, this Ridewatch would provide access to the Ex-AidDoubleActionGamerXXRArmor. It is dated 2016.
  • Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer XX L Ridewatch[49] (エグゼイドダブルアクションゲーマーXXLライドウォッチ, Eguzeido Daburu Akushion Gēmā Daburu Ekusu Eru Raidowotchi): Based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX L, this Ridewatch would provide access to the Ex-AidDoubleActionGamerXXLArmor. It is dated 2016.

"(Digital beeping) Maximum Gamer!"
―Activation announcement[src]

"Ex-Aid is at Level Max! The super-class Maximum Gamer! (エグゼイドがレベルマックス!超ド級のマキシマムゲーマー!, Eguzeido ga Reberu Makkusu! Chō do-kyū no Makishimamu Gēmā!)"
―Secondary activation announcement[src]

"(Right-hand Ridewatch's announcement)! Armor Time! (Maximum Mighty X instrumental jingle) Level Max! Maximum!"
―Transformation announcement in the Ziku-Driver's left-hand slot[src]

"Finish Time! Ex-Aid! Maximum Time (Break/Burst/Jack)!"
―Finisher announcement in left-hand slot[src]

Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer Ridewatch (エグゼイドマキシマムゲーマーライドウォッチ, Eguzeido Makishimamu Gēmā Raidowotchi): Based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer Level 99, this Ridewatch would provide access to the Ex-AidMaximumGamerArmor. It is dated 2016.


"(Digital beeping) Muteki Gamer!"
―Activation announcement[src]

"The Hyper-Invincible golden body! Perfectly victorious Ex-Aid Muteki Gamer! (ハイパームテキな黄金ボディ!完全勝利のエグゼイドムテキゲーマー!, Haipā Muteki na ōgon bodi! Kanzen shōri no Eguzeido Muteki Gēmā!)"
―Secondary activation announcement[src]

"Armor Time! (Angelic techno music with Hyper Muteki's star twinkle) Ougon no Ex-Aid! Hy~per Mut~eki! Hyper Muteki!"
―Rider Armor transformation announcement[src]

"Finish Time! Ex-Aid! Hyper Critical Time (Break/Burst/Jack)!"
―Finisher announcement in left-hand slot[src]

Ex-Aid Muteki Gamer Ridewatch (エグゼイドムテキゲーマーライドウォッチ, Eguzeido Muteki Gēmā Raidowotchi): Based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Muteki Gamer, this Ridewatch would provide access to the Ex-AidMutekiGamerArmor. It is dated 2016, but shown on the Ziku-Driver's screen as FIN.


Ex-Aid Anotherwatch

Another Ex-Aid Watch (アナザーエグゼイドウォッチ, Anazā Eguzeido Wotchi): A twisted version of the Ex-Aid Ridewatch used to transform into Another Ex-Aid.


"Game!"
―Activation announcement[src]

"Ex-Aid's ability!"
―Second activation announcement[src]

"Authorise!"
―Transformation standby announcement[src]

"Progrise! Gashat! Gachon! Gachan! LevelUpping Ex-Aid! Saving patients on the first try."
―Transformation announcement with the Hiden Zero-One Driver[src]

"LevelUpping Impact!"
―Finisher announcement with the Hiden Zero-One Driver[src]

"LevelUpping (Bit/Byte/Kilo/Mega/Giga/Tera) Impact!"
―Empowered finisher announcement with the Hiden Zero-One Driver[src]

"Shotrise! LevelUpping Ex-Aid! Saving patients on the first try."
―Transformation announcement with the A.I.M.S. Shotriser[src]

"Game! LevelUpping Blast!"
―Finisher announcement with the A.I.M.S. Shotriser in Gun Mode[src]

"Game! LevelUpping Blast Fever!"
―Finisher announcement with the A.I.M.S. Shotriser in Belt Mode[src]

"Forcerise! LevelUpping Ex-Aid! Saving patients on the first try. Break down."
―Transformation announcement with the MetsubouJinrai Forceriser[src]

"LevelUpping Dystopia!"
―Finisher announcement with the MetsubouJinrai Forceriser[src]

"LevelUpping Utopia!"
―Secondary finisher announcement with the MetsubouJinrai Forceriser[src]

"LevelUpping Kaban Strash!"
―Uncharged finisher announcement with the Attache Calibur[src]

"LevelUpping Kaban Dynamic!"
―Charged Finisher announcement with the Attache Calibur[src]

"LevelUpping Kaban Shot!"
―Uncharged finisher announcement with the Attache Shotgun[src]

"LevelUpping Kaban Buster!"
―Charged Finisher announcement with the Attache Shotgun[src]

"LevelUpping Kaban Shoot!"
―Uncharged finisher announcement with the Attache Arrow in Arrow Mode[src]

"LevelUpping Kaban Strike!"
―Charged finisher announcement with the Attache Arrow in Arrow Mode[src]

LevelUpping Ex-Aid Progrisekey (レベルアッピングエグゼイドプログライズキー, Reberuappingu Eguzeido Puroguraizu Kī): Based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, this Progrisekey's ability is "Game".[50]

"Ex-Aid Iryou Nisshi!"
―Activation announcement[src]

"Toaru yamai kara hitobito o sukuu tame tensai gēmā ga tachiagatta.

Translation: A certain genius gamer has risen to save people from a certain illness. (とある病から人々を救うため天才ゲーマーが立ち上がった)
"
―Story announcement.[src]

The Ex-Aid Iryou Nisshi Wonder Ride Book (エグゼイド医療日誌ワンダーライドブック, Eguzeido Iryō Nisshi Wandā Raido Bukku, lit. "Ex-Aid Medical Treatment Log Wonder Ride Book") is based on Kamen Rider Ex-Aid and his forms. The book's name is shortened to "Ex-Aid" in the Swordriver's announcements.

Relationships

Allies

  • Seito University Hospital
    • Asuna Karino/Poppy Pippopapo/Kamen Rider Poppy: Asuna is a close ally for Emu and mostly acts as his main assistant nurse. Initially, he still called Asuna by that name even when it was Poppy. But after saving her from the brainwashing of Ren and Parado, he began to always call her by her real name: Poppy (considering how he called her at first, that shows that their relationship has become much strongerr over time). When Ren Amagasaki (Lovelica Bugster) brainwashed her (And later Parado revealed that her Memory was erased), Emu was the most worried. He was the only one who still had faith in saving her, noticing her smile when Taiga and Nico reconciled. When Hiiro, Taiga, and Nico attacked her in their attempt to complete Kamen Rider Chronicle, Emu was the one who stopped them, shouting that she was not their enemy (This is the only time that Emu's priority has not been his patients, except when he was controlled by Parado). He decided to save her even when he did not know how to cure his patient without defeating her and even shouted "Shut up" to Hiiro when he said that they should kill her for the sake of his patients). Until she told him she did not want to hurt anyone, that she wanted to get along with everyone, Emu replied: "Let's play together", making her smile, achieving the "Game Clear", saving her. She hugged him and thanked him, furthermore, she was the first to worry when Parado seized his body and became determined to return Emu's smile at all cost. When Poppy chose to sacrifice herself to cure the rampant Gamedeus virus from infecting the public, Emu was heartbroken as they didn't fulfill their promise. But he was overjoyed when Kuroto managed to bring her back.
    • Hiiro Kagami/Kamen Rider Brave: Emu and Hiiro develop a rivalry relationship as both have polar opposite ways of taking care of patients. Hiiro also becomes the second reason why Emu decided to not quit fighting as Ex-Aid. Hiiro in return sees Emu with animosity and sees his presence as a resident and a No Thank You. However, Emu indirectly helped Hiiro to regain his confidence in his skill as Genius surgeon, while Hiiro also acts as a senior to Emu, once helping him to escape from Genm Zombie Gamer Level X's Critical Dead (but he still takes Emu's Gashats away as punishment). Emu also appears to have gained some respect for Hiiro when he agreed to help perform cancer surgery on a patient while he was curing the same patient's game disease. In return for being reminded of Saki's final wish after Kuroto's death at the hands of Parado, Hiiro gives a warmful lecture that losing someone and failure is also part of doctors' life to move on. When Hiiro began to work Masamune Dan, Emu disheartened by his decision and couldn't fight him seriously. But, because it's revealed that it was Hiiro's chance to bring Saki back, he began to feel more sympathetic towards him. He then decided not to hold back on him, regardless. When Taiga was critically injured by Parado and Graphite, Hiiro was responsible for his emergency surgery. Emu believed in Hiiro's efforts to save Taiga, even disregarding Nico's warnings and confronting Masamune Dan about it. After Hiiro saved Taiga and realigned himself with CR, his relationship with him went back to normal.
    • Haima Kagami: Haima is a senior for Emu. Although Emu respects him, Haima initially acts tough towards him, although this is only a coy.
    • Taiga Hanaya/Kamen Rider Snipe: Emu and Taiga also developed a rivalry. However, Taiga is the only doctor that Emu won't get close to unless they encounter the same problem. Taiga also seems to despise Emu, although he does call him by his title, Genius Gamer. Taiga is one of the first to discover that Emu has a game disease. After Kamen Rider Chronicle had started, although still keeping an arrogant persona, Taiga shows some level of respect for him.
    • Kiriya Kujo/Kamen Rider Lazer: Emu was initially reluctant to get close to Kiriya. But ironically, Emu is the only one who believes Kiriya despite the many lies he'd given to him, which was for Emu's own benefit. Emu eventually felt that he got to understand Kiriya, but due to his death, Emu became enraged towards Kuroto. Even when Parado kills Kuroto, which indirectly helped Emu to avenge Kiriya's death, Emu still feels that avenging the fallen victims by killing the true suspect doesn't seem right. Their partnership also shown to be the best, shown when Kiriya was resurrected as a Bugster, the two began to be at odds with each other, due to their stand on opposing sides. When there was a chance, Kiriya whispered Emu "to lie" which Emu understood and they managed to pull act, succeeding in defeating Cronus for the first time with Muteki Gashat. The two resume their friendly relationship with one another.
  • Parado/Kamen Rider Para-DX: Parado took an interest in Emu. He at first mocked Emu that life is like a game and once humans die, it's game over for them (they can't come back). However, upon seeing Emu's determination to save lives, Parado gives him a blank Gashat, wanting to observe his fate. After Emu created the Mighty Brothers XX Gashat, Parado said that Emu is really exciting. Parado starts insisting on fighting with Emu after Kamen Rider Chronicle had started, but Emu ignored him since he was more focused on saving people. Having become fed up with Emu's Hippocratic Oath preventing their fight, Parado reveals that he's actually Emu's 'M' Personality and also his manifested Bugster all along. Regardless of the connection between each other, Emu hates Parado because of how he is willing to take lives, Bugster, and humans alike. When suggesting they should team up, he would always refuse. Emu, however, depends on Parado's continued existence because as long as Parado remains alive, Emu retains his ability to transform into Ex-Aid and utilize Hyper Muteki. After their final confrontation, that leads to Parado's supposed death, Emu made him understand the value of losing a life which leads to begging forgiveness to the former for all the lives he took, Emu struggling to forgive him have finally accepted Parado as a part of himself. Each other made the promise to fight together for protecting lives, but on the same occasion Emu swore to Parado, that they will make up for his sins together. After their reconciliation, it is shown that when they fight together against Cronus, Poppy notes that their "Hearts are connected", which proves to be correct to the way that both have a genuine care for the other's safety. Emu was devastated when Parado chose to sacrifice himself to destroy Gamedeus. But he was very relieved to see a part of the Game Virus was in Emu, allowing Parado to survive.
  • Genm Corp.
    • Kuroto Dan/Kamen Rider Genm: When Emu was a child, he was a fan of the games that Kuroto had developed. Even as Emu joined CR later as an adult, he still had great trust in Kuroto, unaware that Kuroto was his nemesis Genm, right until Kuroto reveals his true motives of collecting data to complete the ultimate game. Emu's hostility towards Kuroto later deepens once he learns that Kuroto had killed Kiriya. However, even after all the sins that Kuroto has committed, Emu feels that killing Kuroto would not seem right as he would rather have Kuroto live to repay for the evil deeds he has done. This is especially shown when Emu decides to take Kuroto into CR when Kuroto was infected with the Bugster virus, even when Kuroto was already apprehended by the Ministry of Health. After seeing Kuroto suffer his tragic Game Over, Emu would later cry for Kuroto while alone. Eventually he no longer has remorse towards Kuroto anymore when both meet again in Kuroto's impossible game world for his resurrection to continue his ambition, just as Parado warned Emu before, whether dead or alive, Kuroto has always been a complete monster whom never knows when to quit his evil ambition towards humans and Bugsters alike. When Kuroto is later revived, though Emu does not forgive him, he gives Kuroto the chance to make up for his sins. Because of his cooperation with CR in defeating Kamen Rider Chronicle, Emu began to slowly trust him again, even in pivotal fights.
  • Ministry of Health
    • Kyotaro Hinata: Emu highly respects Kyotaro, to the point of debt-like respect because Kyotaro was the one who saved his life 16 years ago. In return, Kyotaro helps Emu by giving him some advice regarding his Doctor idealism.
  • Takeru Tenkuji/Kamen Rider Ghost: Due to his similar Rider Form, Emu was falsely marked as an enemy due to Genm's attack on Makoto and Alain. This was resolved and they bonded quickly, as they share the same philosophy of protecting all life. During Heisei Generations, they even show how far they will go to protect each other.
  • Shinnosuke Tomari/Kamen Rider Drive: First met in Heisei Generations, they share a bond to be the best Rider they can be to protect the world.
  • Haruto Soma/Kamen Rider Wizard: First met in Heisei Generations, Haruto almost mistaken as an enemy when he joined the Next Genome Institute. But Haruto explained that he only did so to attack them when they lowered their guard. He also shared a bond to be the best Rider he can be to protect the world.
  • Kouta Kazuraba/Kamen Rider Gaim: First met in Heisei Generations, they share a bond to be the best Rider they can be to protect the world.
  • Team Ex-Aid: The team made in Chou Super Hero Taisen. Emu with his team also later become a temporary Super Sentai, Kamen Sentai Gorider and the leader.
  • Kaito Kumon/Kamen Rider Baron: To be added
  • Kaoru Kino/Another Agito: To be added
  • Yoko Minato/Kamen Rider Malika: To be added
  • Kazuma Kenzaki/Kamen Rider Blade: To be added
  • Sento Kiryu/Kamen Rider Build: To be added
  • Ryuga Banjo/Kamen Rider Cross-Z: In Heisei Generations FINAL, Ryuga is sent to the World of Ex-Aid after Kaisei Mogami sent him via the Enigma portal. He later meets the Doctor Riders as well as Emu Hojo. Emu later confuses Ryuga as Kamen Rider Build due to wearing them wearing the same driver. They both come across fellow riders, Eiji Hino and Gentaro Kisaragi.

Enemies

  • Genm Corp.
    • Masamune Dan/Kamen Rider Cronus: Emu and Masamune have met each other through unknown means since 2000 and during Emu's special surgery led by Kyotaro when Emu was a patient zero. Once Emu learned that Masamune was framed by Kuroto for a Zero Day back in 2011, Kiriya's death and Kuroto spills Emu's secret being a Patient Zero, Emu wants to know more from Masamune and promises to put Kuroto in custody. While avenging Masamune's reputation, Emu failed to arrest Kuroto when Parado kills him. Following Kuroto's revival as Bugster, he now has to work alongside him to limit the continuing damage of both Parado's actions and Kamen Rider Chronicle's infections to further protect Masamune's reputation. However, it was revealed that Masamune was orchestrating events to eventually become Kamen Rider Cronus, revealing his true, villainous personality. Masamune is also the 'other' Patient Zero of the Bugster virus, thus allowing Masamune to use Gashats to transform. Emu is willing to stop the Chronicle at all costs, even going to talk Masamune out of it. After that failed, he is willing to stop Cronus by force.
  • Graphite: Emu has been seen as Graphite's number one nemesis as Emu is the only Kamen Rider who is able to take care of most Bugsters easily. Especially, when Graphite infects his idol, Kyotaro Hinata. Ultimately, Emu destroyed Graphite with the help of his fellow Doctor Riders.

Behind the Scenes

Portrayal

Emu Hojo is portrayed by Hiroki Iijima (飯島 寛騎, Iijima Hiroki). As a child, Emu is portrayed by Rai Takahashi (髙橋 來, Takahashi Rai). As Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, his suit actor is Satoshi Fujita (藤田 慧, Fujita Satoshi) in Level 1 & X, Seiji Takaiwa (高岩 成二, Takaiwa Seiji) in Level 2, 3, 5 & XX R, [51] and Jun Watanabe (渡辺 淳, Watanabe Jun) in Level XX L.[52] His sub for Level XX L is Takuma Komori (小森 拓真, Komori Takuma). When Level XX R is possessed by Parado, he is voiced by Shouma Kai (甲斐 翔真, Kai Shōma).

Rider No.

As the leading rider protagonist of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Ex-Aid is labelled Kamen Rider #33 (仮面ライダー33号, Kamen Raidā Sanjūsangō) and Heisei Rider #18 (平成ライダー18号, Heisei Raidā Jūhachigō).

Etymology

  • Emu's given name is likely derived from the Japanese word for "smile" (笑む, Emu), because of his goal to make his patient's smile. His surname, Hojo, is a pun on the Japanese word for "assistance" (補助, Hojo), reflecting his job as a doctor.
    • His first name may possibly be derived from the word "emulator" (a gaming program based on game consoles), the meaning of which is made clear when the connection between him and Parado is revealed, as Emu serves as the "emulator" for Parado through the Genius Gamer M personality.
    • The name "Hojo" was also inspired by Karen Hojo, a character from the Idolm@ster series of rhythm/simulation video games, though Karen's surname is written with different Kanji. This reference was apparently slipped into the series by head writer Yuya Takahashi, himself an Idolm@ster fan.
  • Emu's first name is a homonym of M, which is his name of Genius Gamer identity.
  • The name Ex-Aid is a portmanteau word from Extreme and Aid. According to Kamen Rider Build in True Ending, he describes Ex-Aid as a Kamen Rider who goes through extreme lengths to provide aid to his patients or in short, "Extreme-Aid".

Notes

Ex-Aid's "first" appearance on television.

  • Chronologically, Ex-Aid's first appearance is on a Japanese talk-show named Ame Ta-lk (Aug 4th, 2016). Introduced by the show's special guest Shun Nishime (Takeru Tenkuji), Ex-Aid appeared behind the staff and performed a short burlesque, which shocked the other guests of the show.

Ex-Aid Action Gamer Level 1 doing the Great Transformation pose.

  • When triggering Level 2, he announces "Dai Henshin!" (lit. "Great Transformation"), similar to the transformation call of Keisuke Jin when he directly transforms into Kamen Rider X after gaining the Mercury Circuit.
  • Before inserting his Rider Gashat for the Finishing Attack, Emu occasionally blows into it first, a reference to the common practice of gamers during the retro days where they had to blow into their video game cartridges whenever they malfunctioned due to dust on the connectors.
  • Emu is confirmed to be 24 years old in his character description in Toei's official website for the series. In a blood sample analysis made by Taiga in episode 14, Emu's blood type is AB positive.
  • Yuya Takahashi, the head screenwriter of Ex-Aid, is a fan of the character Karen Hojo from the Idolm@ster game series, which inspired him to write in a kind-hearted older sister for Emu that was ultimately scrapped in the final cut.

Appearances

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Icon-exaid.png Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
Kamen Riders
Emu Hojo - Hiiro Kagami (Game World) - Taiga Hanaya - Kiriya Kujo - Kuroto Dan - Parado - Asuna Karino/Poppy Pipopapo - Masamune Dan - Ride-Players (Nico Saiba - Haima Kagami) - Genm (Bakusou Treasure) - Kagenari Nagumo - Ninja-Player - Black Parado
Gear
Game Scope - Gamer Driver - Kimewaza Slot Holder - Rider Gashat - Energy Items - Buggle Driver (II) - Bugster Buckle - Gashat Gear Dual (β - Another) - Rider Gauges - Rider Gashat Case - Energy Item Holder
Gashacon Weapons
Gashacon Breaker - Gashacon Sword - Gashacon Magnum - Gashacon Sparrow - Gashacon Bugvisor (II - G) - Gashacon Key Slasher - Gashacon Parabragun
Other Weapons
Flamber Saber - Ride Weapon - Fuma Sōzantō - Genin Weapon
Gamers
Robot Gamer - Beat Gamer - Combat Gamer - Chambara Gamer - Sports Gamer - Hunter Gamer - Bike Gamer - Burger Gamer - Fantasy Gamer - Simulation Gamer - Maximum Gamer - Safari Gamer - Tank Gamer - Legacy Gamer - Pac Gamer - Famista Gamer - Xevious Gamer - Galaxian Gamer
Other
Gashatrophies
Allies
Asuna Karino - Haima Kagami - Kyotaro Hinata - Ginko Yumita - Nico Saiba - Satsuki Ogimachi - Mizuki Nishikikoji - Tsukuru Koboshi
Others: Saki Momose - Sakurako Dan - Eight Kirino - Saiko Yaotome
Locations: Seito University Hospital - CR - Ministry of Health - Hanaya Game Illness Clinic - Genm Corp. - Game World - Machina Vision - Next Genome Institute
Bugsters
Generals: Parado - Graphite - Ren Amagasaki - Gamedeus
Movie-exclusive: Michihiko Zaizen - Pac-Man Virus - Hatena Bugster - Soji Kuruse - Kazushige Ryuzaki - Ageha Takeda - Johnny Maxima - Nebula Bugster
Stageshow-exlusive: Futago Bugster
Regular Bugsters: Bugster Virus - Bugster Union - Salty Bugster - Aranbura Bugster - Revol Bugster - Motors Bugster - Collabos Bugsters (Gekitotsu - DoReMiFa - Giri Giri - Jet - Kamen Rider Genm series) - Burgermon Bugster - Gatton Bugster - Vernier Bugster - Kaiden Bugster - Charlie Bugster
Games
Regular Games: Mighty Action X - Taddle Quest - Bang Bang Shooting - Bakusou Bike - Gekitotsu Robots - DoReMiFa Beat - Giri Giri Chambara - Jet Combat - Shakariki Sports - Drago Knight Hunter Z - Dangerous Zombie - Mighty Brothers XX - Perfect Puzzle - Knock Out Fighter - Perfect Knock Out - Ju Ju Burger - Night of Safari - Bang Bang Tank - Taddle Fantasy - Bang Bang Simulations - Taddle Legacy - Maximum Mighty X - Kamen Rider Chronicle - Toki Meki Crisis - Hyper Muteki - Doctor Mighty XX - Mighty Creator VRX - Hurricane Ninja - God Maximum Mighty X - Knock Out Fighter 2 - Zombie Chronicle - Mighty Novel X
Legend Rider Games: Let's Go Ichi Gou! - Adventure Guy Kuuga - Agito of the Sun - Mirror Labyrinth Ryuki - Moshi Moshi Faiz - King of Poker Blade - Taiko Master Hibiki - Insect Wars Kabuto - Time Express Den-O - DokiDoki Makai Castle Kiva - Barcode Warrior Decade - Detective Double - Jungle OOO - Space Galaxy Fourze - Magic The Wizard - Toukenden Gaim - Full Throttle Drive - Kaigan Ghost - Kamen Rider Build - Ganbarizing
Legend Games: Pac Adventure - Famista - Xevious - Taiko no Tatsujin - Galaxian
Other Games: Hatesate Puzzle - Buddhist Priest of Temple - Chou Super Hero Taisen - Chou Shocker Taisen - Bakusou Treasure - WayoseTUNE - Nazo Toki Labyrinth
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