|This article is about a/an villain in Kamen Rider Blade.|
- "You guys... in the depth of your heart also wish for this."
- ―Takahara's last words before faling down and getting sealed[src]
Takahara (高原 Takahara) is the human form of the Category Jack of Spades Undead, the Eagle Undead (イーグルアンデッド Īguru Andeddo).
- 1 Fictional Character History
- 2 Personality
- 3 Video Game appearances
- 4 Eagle Undead
- 5 Rouse Card
- 6 KaijinRide Card
- 7 Behind the Scenes
- 8 Notes
- 9 Appearances
Fictional Character History
Kamen Rider Blade
Takahara made a pact with Chalice to fight as the two last Undead standing 10,000 years ago. In the present day, he is first seen interacting with Hajime about how chimpanzees are just as deserving as all organisms that should rule the planet. When he saw Chalice fighting Miyuki, Takahara fights her to protect who he thought was his comrade. As Kenzaki was about to transform, Takahara adamantly chants to Hajime about the promise.
When Miyuki then complained to him about attack her as a way of "greeting her", Takahara responded by telling her that it her own fault for fighting Chalice. As Miyuki told him the possibility of the Chalice he interacted with not the one he knew, Takahara told her not to interfere as he checked it out for himself. As Rei was taking pictures of puppies at an animal care, Takahara appeared before her in his analytical nature before assuming his Undead form to kidnap her out of the building. When Hajime arrived to their locating to ask why he's doing this, Takahara answers with the fact that she tried to expose him. When Hajime attempted to transform, Takahara noticed his Ace card and used his feather to swipe it from him. He took the Change Mantis card from him with the intent on avenging his comrade. As Hajime then assume the Dragonfly Undead's visage to fight him with Kenzaki joining in not long after, Takahara then flies away with the card. Upon seeing the two Riders, Takahara promised his partner to unseal him to continue their deal before transforming to fight Blade. However, not only does Kenzaki use the Float Dragonfly card to get to Takahara's height level, but lands him down for Hajime to transform again. After being defeated by Blade's Lightning Sonic, Takahara reverts to human form and tells them two of his promise with Mantis. Claiming that Kenzaki and Hajime also wish for their final battle, Takahara falls down and turns back into Undead form to be sealed by Blade.
World of Shinkenger
Seen when Chinomanako summoned Eagle Undead with Kaijin Ride in the Kamen Rider Decade/Shinkenger crossover. He is destroyed by Shinken Blue, Shinken Yellow, and Kamen Rider Kuuga.
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Takahara is an intellectual Undead who acts analytical when describing the animals of whoever he speaks to, claiming them to be as equal to be rulers of life. While he deeply values his promise with the Mantis Undead, his misidentification of Hajime as his comrade stymied his chance and partly what got him defeated even after he found out the truth.
Video Game appearances
Kamen Rider Blade (video game)
The Eagle Undead is one of many Undead who appear in the Kamen Rider Blade video game.
- Height: 222 cm
- Weight: 121 kg
- Flight Speed: 420 km/h
An immortal creature that is the ancestor of the eagle and belongs to the Category J of Spade Suit. Using the claws on both arms as a weapon, it attacks enemies with high speed flight and amazing dynamic vision. In addition, a countless number of feather-like shurikens was used for long-distance battles.
- Suit: Spade (♠)
- Category: Jack (J)
- Effect name: FUSION
- Card name: Fusion Eagle (フュージョン・イーグル Fūjon Iguru)
- Consumption points (Guild Rouse Card): EP +2400 (+2400)
- Kaijin Ride: Eagle Undead: A Rider Card containing the power of the Eagle Undead. Used by Chinomanako Diend to summon the Eagle Undead. Used once in the World of Shinkenger to fight Decade, Kuuga, and the Shinkengers.
Behind the Scenes
- Eagle Undead's based motif is Gillcrow from Kamen Rider, and an armlet with exactly the same design as the Shocker's belt is worn on the upper left arm.
- Kamen Rider Blade
- Kamen Rider Decade
- Episode 25: Heretic Rider, Go Forth!
- OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders