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Takato Shiramine (白峰 天斗 Shiramine Takato) is Kamen Rider Rey (仮面ライダーレイ Kamen Raidā Rei, Masked Rider Rey), the secondary antagonist of Kamen Rider Kiva: King of the Castle in the Demon World.

He is an aloof loner of the 3WA (World Wide Wing Association) (3WA(ワールド・ワイド・ウィング・アソシエーション) Wārudo Waido Wingu Asoshiēshon) and also Nago's rival. The 3WA researched the Demon Races, and developed the Rey System from researching Kiva. But as normal humans can't use it as it also kills the user itself, Shiramine had himself baptized into serving the Legendorgas in order to use the system.

History

Kamen Rider Kiva: King of the Castle in the Demon World

In the movie Takato Shiramine appears when They overpower the riders until another figure named Takato Shiramine appears, transforming into Kamen Rider Rey and driving the two Legendorgas off as they take Sugimura with them, waking him as their Lord.

At the cafe, as Shiramine explains the Legendorgas,later Otoya is enjoying the present and its perks after disguising Wataru so he wouldn't be attacked, meeting up with Shiramine before he is distracted by a young woman named Sayaka as Shiramine tells Wataru that Kiva's destruction will soon come as Sayaka reveals herself as the Medusa Legendorga.

Becoming Kiva to fight the Legendorgas, he summons Buroon Booster which he uses to destroys the Mandrake Legendorga as the Arm Monsters arrive to aid Kiva in fighting the remaining three in both their true forms and in their weapon forms. However, as his friends drive the monsters off, Kiva is attacked by Rey who reveals that he is on the Legendorgas' side as he then takes the Aso girls hostage

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Takato's before death

enraged, Sugimura decides to kill Wataru as they both assume their Rider Forms as the Ixa Knuckles are returned to Otoya and Nago who fight the Mummy Legendorga and Rey, respectively. Nago eventually gets the best of Rey, destroying him with the Ixa Judgement, while Otoya eventually destroys the Mummy Legendorga.

Kamen Rider Decade

Rider War

Kamen Rider Rey appears with other kamen Riders commanded by Wataru Kurenai ,but all are murdered by Decade in the episode 1 of Kamen Rider Decade in the dream of Natsumi Hikari and then conclude the dream with Decade as only Rider in the Rider War Rider War

The Destroyer of Worlds

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All the Riders killed by Decade.

In the special version of episode 31, Kamen Rider Rey is seen as one of the many Kamen Riders who fought in the Rider War against Decade and were all destroyed. They were presumably restored after the destruction (and subsequent revival) of Decade at the end of the Rider War and the worlds were restored. The Destroyer of Worlds

Appearances in other media

Net Movie

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Rey in the Wizard Net Movie

Kamen Rider Rey appears in the Kamen Rider Wizard in Magica Land installment Where is the White Wizard, where he is mistaken for the White Wizard.

Video Game appearances

Kamen Rider Ganbaride

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Kamen Rider Rey card

Kamen Rider Rey is a playable character in Kamen Rider Ganbaride.

Kamen Rider Rey

Kamen Rider Rey

KR-Ray

Kamen Rider Rey


KR-Rey with Giantic Claw

Kamen Rider Rey armed with Gigantic Claw


"Henshin!"
―Rey Kivat's transformation announcement[src]
  • Rider height: 205 cm.
  • Rider weight: 87 kg.

Ability perimeters:

  • Punching power: 17 t.
  • Kicking power: 8 t.
  • Maximum jump height: 30 m.
  • Maximum running speed: 100 m. per 5 sec.

With the assistance of Rey Kivat (レイキバット Rei Kibatto), an artificial Kivat created by the 3WA, Shiramine can transform into Kamen Rider Rey. He is armed with the Blowning Shoulders (ブロウニングショルダー Burōningu Shorudā), which have a grip strength of 9 t and can extend their claws like spears. By using the Key Fuestle (キーフエッスル Kī Fuessuru), the chains on Rey's arms are released and he is armed with the Gigantic Claw (ギガンティック・クロー Gigantikku Kurō).

With the Gigantic Claw, he can perform the Blizzard Claw Execution (ブリザードクロー・エクスキュージョン Burizādo Kurō Ekusukyūjon) with the destructive power of 28 t.

Equipment

Devices

  • Rey Kivat - Takato's Artificial Kivat partner.
  • Rey Kivat Belt - Transformation device.
  • Fuestles - Whistle-like devices that activate a function, depending on the Fuestle.

Weapons

Rider Cards

Kamen Ride Rey

Kamen Ride: Rey


Behind the scenes

Portrayal

Takato Shiramine is portrayed by Shouma Yamamoto (山本 匠馬 Yamamoto Shōma), who also portrays Taiga Nobori in the TV series. As Kamen Rider Rey, his suit actor was Eitoku (永徳 Eitoku).

Etymology

  • Rey's name comes from a Japanese word for "cold" ( rei).

Notes

  • In the manga of King of the Castle in the Demon World, Rey had been seen as a hero along with Kiva and IXA.

Appearances

References

Main article: Kamen Rider Kiva: King of the Castle in the Demon World (manga)
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