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This article is about a/an two-part episode in Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight.

For Ventara and Earth is the thirty-eighth and thirty-ninth episodes of Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight, and the two-parter finale of the series. It is the debut of the Ventaran Kamen Rider Sting, Spear, Camo, Wrath, Thrust, and Incisor.

Synopsis

Part 1

The Advent Master devises a plan for the Riders to destroy Xaviax once and for all. Maya and Trent sneak into Xaviax's lair to create a mirror portal for the Riders, while the Kamen Riders must battle a massive swarm of monsters Xaviax sends to stop them. They all must race against time before the transmitters reach full power and the Earth is doomed.

Part 2

Eubulon and Xavaix battle in Xaviax's control room. The Kamen Riders rush to join them, but must fight off monster after monster before they all arrive at their destination. Finally all 13 Kamen Riders, including the Ventaran Kamen Riders just brought back from the Advent Void, band together for their final fight against Xaviax.

Plot

Part 1

The Advent Master devises a plan for the Riders to destroy Xaviax once and for all. Maya and Trent sneak into Xaviax's lair to create a mirror portal for the Riders, while the Kamen Riders must battle a massive swarm of monsters Xaviax sends to stop them. They all must race against time before the transmitters reach full power or Earth is doomed.

Part 2

Eubulon and Xavaix battle in Xaviax's control room. The Kamen Riders rush to join them, but must fight off monster after monster before they all arrive at their destination. Finally all 13 Kamen Riders, including the Ventaran Kamen Riders just brought back from the Advent Void, band together for their final fight against Xaviax and destroy him using their link vent.

Cast

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Notes

  • Final appearance of Xaviax due to his destruction/death.
  • Due to the show's cancellation both episodes were made viewable online via the 4kids website on December 18, 2009, a little over a week before the original airdate of December 26, 2009 for part 1 in the United States. Part 2 remained unaired.

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