This article is about a/an set of alternate forms in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.

Level 5 (レベル5 Reberu Faibu), often abbreviated as LV5, is an upgraded fighter form of the Ex-Aid Riders, which is accessed through the use of Drago Knight Hunter Z Rider Gashat at the same time as their normal Gashat, summoning the Hunter Gamer and combining with it. Despite not usually looking greatly different from Level 2 and even being less armored compared to Level 3 (unless one uses the Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat by themselves instead of in a co-op), Level 5 forms are far superior in base stats.

Level 5 can be accessed by a Level 2 Rider activating the second Gashat, closing the Gamer Driver's cover (as a second Gashat is active, Level 1 is not retaken), inserting the Gashat, and then opening the cover again. The same can be done directly from Level 1 by inserting the second Gashat and opening the cover, as well as from Level 3 by closing the cover and swapping out the previous second Gashat with Drago Knight Hunter Z before reopening the cover.

Some Bugsters, like Aranbura Bugster, have obtained Level 5 as well.


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  • Whenever a Rider transforms into Level 5, they all have their own unique phrase, usually "leveled up" versions of their Level 2 phrases:
    • Ex-Aid (Emu Hojo): Great Great Great Great Great Transformation (大・大・大・大・大変身 Dai Dai Dai Dai Dai Henshin)
    • Brave (Hiiro Kagami): Skill Level 5 (術式レベル5 Jitsu-shiki Reberu Faibu)
    • Snipe (Taiga Hanaya): Tactics No. 5 (第五戦術 Dai-Go Senjutsu)
    • Lazer (Kiriya Kujo): 5th Gear! (五速 Go-soku)
    • Genm (Kuroto Dan): Grade 5 (グレード5 Gurēdo Faibu)
  • Level 5 is slightly similar to the Jimber Arms from Kamen Rider Gaim where the user uses two of their Rider Collectibles to transform and the Dead Heat Shift Car from Kamen Rider Drive where it is shared among multiple Riders.
  • It is also similar to Gaim's Suika Arms, being a powerful form early in the series, that is not an upgrade form, and can also transform into some kind of mecha (in this case, in the form of Hunter Gamer). Both are also shared between a multitude of Riders.
  • Ex-Aid's Full Dragon mode is similar to Kamen Rider Wizard's All Dragon, a fusion of four separate modes that in Ex-Aid's case, belong to four different riders, including Ex-Aid himself.
  • Level 5 both represents the Multiplayer gaming in Video Games and a Medical Team in the field of Medicine where there are some delicate diseases and operations where the expertise of more Doctors, specifically Specialists are required.
  • Using weaponry based on a support unit's body parts parallels the Advent Card weapons from Kamen Rider Ryuki.
  • Level 5 being the highest level Kiriya has ever gotten prior to his death references the fact motorbikes only have 5 gears.
Level 5 back piece
  • As seen from Snipe and Brave's usage of Level 5 Full Dragon, the Dragon Fang portion actually has a back piece covering the back and the top of the Rider's helmet. This piece is not fitted onto Ex-Aid Level 5 during production, possibly due to the design of his helmet preventing the back piece from fitting.


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