|This article is about a/an rider in Kamen Rider Decade.|
This X-Rider (Xライダー Ekkusu Raidā) is an alternate version of Keisuke Jin presumed to exist in the World of X-Rider, the A.R. World where Apollogeist and King Dark of Dai-Shocker, the leaders of the Government of Darkness, come from.
Not much is known about this X-Rider. It is known that, much like the original, X-Rider killed his world's Apollogeist. Though he was revived by the Government of Darkness, he required the use of his Perfecter to take the life force out of people to augment his own.
Kamen Rider Decade
RX! Dai-Shocker Attack
This version of X-Rider is briefly seen fighting Apollogeist in a flashback in episode 26 in Kamen Rider Decade, though Decade is not seen meeting him as the World of X-Rider was not shown to be visited by the Hikari Studio during the Kamen Rider Decade TV series, but they could have visited it off-screen after the conclusion of the Rider War and the events of Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010. Indeed they have the opportunity to do so as the Hikari Studio is left free to travel the A.R. Worlds as of the end of Movie War 2010.
- Punching Power: 75 t.
- Kicking Power: 90 t.
- Maximum Jump Height: 35 m. → 85 m. (one say 60 m., 70 m., 105 m.)
- Maximum Running Speed: 100 m. per 2 sec.
- Ridol - Transformation belt and main weapon.
Behind the scenes
This X-Rider was portrayed by an unidentified suit actor.
- While most of the A.R. Nine Heisei Riders are differentiated from their original counterparts in that while they share first names, their last names are different, the few A.R. Showa Riders that appear in the series, Daisuke Yamamoto and the two Kohtaro Minamis, have the same name as their original counterparts. This suggests that this X-Rider has the same name as his original counterpart, Keisuke Jin.
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