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Activate! Terror of Demia! (起動!デミアの恐怖! Kidō! Demia no Kyōfu!) is the forty-fourth episode of Kamen Rider Ghost. It features the TV debut of Frey and Freya, originally from Kamen Rider Ghost: Legendary! Riders' Souls!, and the final appearance of Ghost Beethoven Damashii and Igor's Gamma Superior Perfect form.

Synopsis

Adel's plan is to use Demia to make the human world the same as the Gamma world. Takeru decides to start by destroying the Demia servers.

Hiroki has had his soul and body separated. Takeru enters the memories of those connected to Demia. He transforms into Ghost Beethoven Damashii and uses music to help the people recover their memories but...

Plot

to be added

Cast

Guest Cast

Suit Actors

Ghost Eyecons

  • Eyecon Used:
    • Ghost
      • Beethoven, Mugen
    • Specter
      • Deep Specter
    • Necrom
      • Necrom
  • Damashii Used:

Gamma Eyecons

  • Eyecon Used:
  • Gamma Form Used:
    • Igor
      • Gamma Superior Perfect

Errors

  • to be added

Notes

KRGhost Closing Screen 42

Kamen Rider Ghost's 10 Eyecons, Kamen Rider Specter's 3 Eyecons and Kamen Rider Necrom's 2 Eyecons

  • Closing Screen Ghost Eyecon
    • Kamen Rider: Ghost, Specter & Necrom
    • Ghost Eyecons:
      • Ghost: Musashi, Edison, Robin, Newton, Beethoven, Billy the Kid, Benkei, Goemon, Ryoma & Himiko
      • Specter: Tutankhamun, Nobunaga & Houdini
      • Necrom: Grimm & Sanzo
  • Count at episode end
    • Takeru's days of life remaining: 4
    • Eyecons in Ghost's Possession: 10
    • Eyecons in Specter's Possession: 3
    • Eyecons in Necrom's Possession: 2
  • This is the only time Takeru transforms directly into Ghost Beethoven Damashii.
  • The mysterious voice that Takeru heard at the end of Episode 32 and at Episode 42 is heard in this episode.

DVD/Blu-ray releases

DSTD09561-d

Kamen Rider Ghost Volume 11, DVD

Kamen Rider Ghost Volume 11 features episodes 43-46: Connect! Genius Juvenile!, Activate! Terror of Demia!, Horrible! Disappearing World! and Duel! Words from the Swordsman!

81d5EPdDbDL. SL1177

Kamen Rider Ghost Collection 4, Blu-ray

Blu-ray Collection 4 comes with 13 episodes.

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