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Fusion: Aura Storm (フュージョン・オーラの嵐 Fyūjon: Ōra no Arashi) is the nineteenth episode of Kamen Rider Kiva. This marks the last TV appearance of Kiva's Basshaa Form.
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In 1986, after attacking a woman for being rude to him, the Rook decides to target brides in their wedding dresses as part of his Time Play. However, Yuri was attending a wedding at time as the Rook crashes it, attempting to take her revenge as the Fangire spares her and simply walks off to Yuri's dismay. Later at the cafe, Yuri begs Jiro to give her the Ixa Knuckle to get her revenge, with Jiro refusing to her request as he wishes to kill the Rook himself. However, Otoya manages to dupe Jiro out of the Ixa Knuckle with a fake Susan Kumiko autograph. After giving the item to Yuri out of sympathy, she slugged him to keep him from interfering. Though she finds Rook, Yuri could not bring herself to use the Ixa System as the Rook simply walks past her again without a second glance.
In 2008, while gathering snails with Shizuka for his latest varnish experiment, Wataru gets harassed by some bullies until Kengo arrives to the boy's aid. Later at the cafe, Kengo reveals that since his encounter with the Rhinoceros Fangire, he has became a fan of Kiva much to Keisuke's annoyance. When Megumi arrives, she and Kengo suggest that they find out who Kiva is much to Wataru's dismay and Keisuke's approval. To that end, the four go to a fortune teller who conducts a seance to track down Kiva. Before it can even start and reveal Kiva's secret, the fortune teller loses consciousness along with Wataru, who, upon waking up, starts acting more confident and eccentric to everyone's shock before returning to normal. Once regaining control after a momentary possession, Wataru is alerted to the Ladybug Fangire as he begins his attack on the bullies that harassed Wataru earlier. Kiva arrives and drives the Fangire away in Basshaa Form, but under the influence of another as the battle ended. The escaping Ladybug Fangire encounters Keisuke and Kengo, knocking the Ixa Knuckle out of Keisuke's hands as Megumi arrives to get it. However, Megumi was unable to bring herself to use the Ixa System as the Ladybug Fangire takes Keisuke and Kengo away as hostages, only to encounter Wataru who reveals that he is spiritually possessed from beyond the grave by his father, Otoya.
- Wataru Kurenai (紅 渡 Kurenai Wataru): Koji Seto (瀬戸 康史 Seto Kōji)
- Otoya Kurenai (紅 音也 Kurenai Otoya): Kouhei Takeda (武田 航平 Takeda Kōhei)
- Keisuke Nago (名護 啓介 Nago Keisuke): Keisuke Kato (加藤 慶祐 Katō Keisuke)
- Megumi Aso (麻生 恵 Asō Megumi): Nana Yanagisawa (柳沢 なな Yanagisawa Nana)
- Yuri Aso (麻生 ゆり Asō Yuri): Yu Takahashi (高橋 優 Takahashi Yū)
- Kengo Eritate (襟立 健吾 Eritate Kengo): Kouhei Kumai (熊井 幸平 Kumai Kōhei)
- Shizuka Nomura (野村 静香 Nomura Shizuka): Rina Koike (小池 里奈 Koike Rina)
- Kivat-Bat the 3rd (キバットバットⅢ世 Kibattobatto Sansei, Voice): Tomokazu Sugita (杉田 智和 Sugita Tomokazu)
- Jiro (次狼 Jirō): Kenji Matsuda (松田 賢二 Matsuda Kenji)
- Ramon (ラモン Ramon): Yuuki Ogoe (小越 勇輝 Ogoe Yūki)
- Riki (力 Riki): Eiji Takigawa (滝川 英治 Takigawa Eiji)
- Rook (ルーク Rūku): Tomohide Takahara (高原 知秀 Takahara Tomohide)
- Akira Kido (木戸 明 Kido Akira): Houka Kinoshita (木下 ほうか Kinoshita Hōka)
- Psychic: Tsutomu Hiura (樋浦 勉 Hiura Tsutomu)
- Victim: Yuzu Sono (奏乃 柚子 Sōno Yuzu)
- Maid: Megumi Ikeda (池田 愛 Ikeda Megumi), Kayoko Tsumita (積田 佳代子 Tsumita Kayoko)
- Gangs: Takeru Iwamura (岩村 武瑠 Iwamura Takeru), Kazuyoshi Takahashi (高橋 和喜 Takahashi Kazuyoshi), Nobuhiro Nishihara (西原 信裕 Nishihara Nobuhiro)
- Ladybug Fangire (レディバグファンガイア Redibagu Fangaia, Voice): Ryūsei Nakao (中尾 隆聖 Nakao Ryūsei)
Kiva: Kiva Form, Basshaa Form
- As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Engine Sentai Go-Onger episode 16, GP 16: Honor Recovery.
- Viewership: 5.6%
- A fusion genre is music that combines two or more styles. For example, rock and roll originally developed as a fusion of blues, gospel and country music. The main characteristics of fusion genres are variations in tempo, rhythm, sometimes the use of long musical "journeys" that can be divided into smaller parts, each with their own dynamics, style and tempo. "Fusion" used alone often refers to jazz fusion.
Blu-ray Box 2 comes with 16 episodes.