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Our Dreams Don't Break (オレたちの夢は壊れない Ore-tachi no Yume wa Kowarenai) is the twenty-ninth episode of Kamen Rider Zero-One. It features the full debut of RampageVulcan and the in-series full appearance of Naki. It also marks the end of the Workplace Competition arc that started with Episode 17, resulting in Gai Amatsu's acquisition of Hiden Intelligence.
The final round of the "5-Round Workplace Competition", with a referendum over the creation of a Humagear automated city on the line, has the Rapper-Type Humagear, MC Che.ck-It-Out, suddenly leaning against Hiden Intelligence! Vulcan arrives at the scene caused by the runaway Humagear MC Che.ck-It-Out, only to find Gai speaking some difficult words to him. "Become a tool of ZAIA and defeat Zero-One". Despite Vulcan barely hearing Gai's orders, he slowly turns his sights on Zero-One...!
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- Aruto Hiden (飛電或人 Hiden Aruto): Fumiya Takahashi (高橋文哉 Takahashi Fumiya)
- Isamu Fuwa (不破 諫 Fuwa Isamu): Ryutaro Okada (岡田龍太郎 Okada Ryūtarō)
- Izu (イズ): Noa Tsurushima (鶴嶋乃愛 Tsurushima Noa)
- Yua Yaiba (刃 唯阿 Yaiba Yua): Hiroe Igeta (井桁弘恵 Igeta Hiroe)
- Jin (迅): Daisuke Nakagawa (中川大輔 Nakagawa Daisuke)
- Horobi (滅): Shuya Sunagawa (砂川脩弥 Sunagawa Syuya)
- Gai Amatsu (天津垓 Amatsu Gai): Nachi Sakuragi (桜木 那智 Sakuragi Nachi)
- Jun Fukuzoe (福添 准 Fukuzoe Jun): Kazuya Kojima (児嶋一哉 Kojima Kazuya)
- Shester (シェスタ Shesuta): Asumi Narita (成田愛純 Narita Asumi)
- Sanzo Yamashita (山下三造 Yamashita Sanzō): Arata Saeki (佐伯 新 Saeki Arata)
- Naki (亡): Satsuki Nakayama (中山咲月 Nakayama Satsuki)
- Hiden Zero-One Driver, A.I.M.S. Shot Riser, MetsubouJinrai Force Riser, ZAIA Slashriser, Raidriser, Attache Weapons: Maynard Plant (メイナード・プラント Meinādo Puranto), Blaise Plant (ブレイズ・プラント Bureizu Puranto)
- Narration: Kōichi Yamadera (山寺 宏一 Yamadera Kōichi)
- Masamitsu Yuto (由藤政光 Yuto Masamitsu):Gou Oshio (大塩ゴウ Ōshio Gō)
- Support Group Leader: Ichiro Furusawa (古沢一郎 Furusawa Ichirō)
- Old Man: Uekichi (植吉)
- Announcer: Ryūgō Kiyosato (清郷流号 Kiyosato Ryūgō)
- Akiko Yasui (安生明子 Yasui Akiko): Moeka Amemiya (雨宮萌果 Amemiya Moeka)
- Young Man: Takuya Kaneda (金田卓也 Kaneda Takuya), Ryusei Araoka (荒岡龍星 Araoka Ryūsei)
- Kamen Rider Zero-One: Yuya Nawata (縄田 雄哉 Nawata Yūya)
- Kamen Rider Vulcan: Kosuke Asai (浅井 宏輔 Asai Kōsuke)
- Kamen Rider Thouser: Eitoku (永徳)
- Fighting Jackal Raider: Satoshi Fujita (藤田 慧 Fujita Satoshi)
Forms and Collectibles Used
- Key Used:
- MetalCluster Hopper
- Assault Wolf, Rampage Gatling
- Amazing Caucasus
- Form Used:
- MetalCluster Hopper
- Assault Wolf, Rampage Vulcan
- Key Used:
- Awaking Arsino
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- As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Mashin Sentai Kiramager episode 4, Episode 4: Princess of the Lost World.
- Viewership: 3.1%
- Ending Sponsors Progrisekeys
- 1. Rising Hopper
- 2. Shooting Wolf
- 3. Rushing Cheetah
- Count at episode end
- Progrisekeys in Vulcan's possession: Shooting Wolf, Punching Kong, Gatling Hedgehog, Trapping Spider, Assault Wolf, Rampage Gatling
- Progrisekeys in Valkyrie's possession: Fighting Jackal
- Progrisekeys in Jin's possession: Burning Falcon
- Progrisekeys in Horobi's possession: Sting Scorpion
- Progrisekeys in Thouser's possession: Amazing Caucasus, Sparking Giraffe, Exciting Stag, Crushing Buffalo, Splashing Whale, Dynamaiting Lion, Storming Penguin, Scouting Panda, Rushing Cheetah, Lightning Hornet, Rising Hopper, Biting Shark, Flying Falcon, Flaming Tiger, Freezing Bear, Breaking Mammoth, Shining Hopper, Hopping Kanga
- Zetsumerisekeys in Thouser's possession: Awaking Arsino, Berotha, Kuehne, Ekal, Neohi, Onycho, Gaeru, Dodo
- This episode marks the first time Gai wears the ZAIA Spec outside of his commercial.
- This is the first episode since episode 2 to not feature the opening.
- However, the opening theme song is played towards the end of RampageVulcan's debut fight.
- This is also the first and only episode to not feature the closing screen.
- Just like episode 1, the title of this episode is shown at the end of the episode as opposed to the beginning.
- While faint, this episode marks the first time the "Let's Rise! Le-Le-Let's rise!" standby is heard from the Zero-One Driver.
- TV Asahi's official episode guide for オレたちの夢は壊れない
- KR Official's official episode guide for オレたちの夢は壊れない
- JAE's official episode guide for オレたちの夢は壊れない