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Hunter Gamer
Hunter Gamer
Hunter Gamer
Gender: None
Series: Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
Motif: Video Game
Dragon
Hunting Games
Ally Type: Support Robot
Rider Form
Affiliation: Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
Kamen Rider Brave
Kamen Rider Snipe
Kamen Rider Lazer
Homeworld: TBA
First Appearance: Beat Up the Dragon!
Number of Episode
Appearances:
TBA (Ex-Aid)
TBA (Movies)
Full list of appearances
Actor: TBA
Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat
KREA-Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat
"A Gacha! Do-Do-Drago Kni-Kni-Kni-Knight! Dra! Dra! Dragon Knight Hunter! Z!/Ex-Aid!/Brave!/Snipe!/Lazer!"
―Transformation announcement via Gamer Driver[src]

Hunter Gamer (ハンターゲーマ Hantā Gēma) is the dragon support robot. This support robot is used by Ex-Aid, Brave, Snipe, and Lazer. When the Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat is used by Ex-Aid, Brave, Snipe, or Lazer, the Hunter Gamer can fuse with them to access Hunter Gamer Level 5 forms.

Description

Hunter Gamer is a small black, silver, pink and yellow dragon-themed support robot with a sword and a railgun for arms. It can combine with the Riders to assume their Level 5 forms. It equips Ex-Aid and Snipe with the Dragon Fang, Dragon Blade and Dragon Gun. It also equips Brave with the Dragon Blade and Lazer with the Dragon Blade and Dragon Gun.

History

First Transformation into Ex-Aid Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 Full Dragon

Ex-Aid EP 9 Giant Virus

Dragon Bugster Union

The Hunter Gamer originated as a lookalike dragon Bugster Union with the same weapon arms, born from Deputy Director-General Hinata's infection by Graphite with the Proto Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat. Instead of overtaking his body, it separated from him, and was soon defeated by Ex-Aid's dual Mighty-Taddle Critical Finish, releasing four armor fragments: a head, a tail, a sword, and a rail gun. These fragments were absorbed into the finalized Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat, completing the Gashat. The Hunter Gamer is then summoned by Ex-Aid, formed by combining the armor fragments; it lets him take Hunter Action Gamer Level 5 Full Dragon form, attaching all four armor pieces onto him, but the power is out of his control and sends him into a blind rampage. Beat Up the Dragon!

Hunter Gamer Level 5 Riders vs Dark Graphite Bugster

To quell the Hunter Gamer, Ex-Aid takes Hunger Action Gamer Level 5 All Dragon again, this time being fought by the three other Riders in Level 3. Though Level 5 is strong, the Riders hit Ex-Aid with their Gashacon Weapon attacks at once, separating the Hunter Gamer from him; they then hit it with a trio of Critical Finishes, the Drago Knight Hunter Z Gashat falling from it and splitting into four copies to be used by all the Riders. Facing Dark Graphite, the four Riders each take their Level 5 forms, being equipped with separate Hunter Gamer armor pieces: Ex-Aid gets the head and tail for Dragon Fang, Brave gets the sword right arm for Dragon Blade, Snipe gets the rail gun left arm for Dragon Gun, and Lazer gets copies of both the sword and rail gun arms for Dragon Claw. Together, the four Riders defeat Graphite. However, the three copies of the Gashat for the Riders other than Ex-Aid quickly disappear, the armor pieces reforming the Hunter Gamer. Uneven Doctors!

Chou Super Hero Taisen

Taiga assumed Hunter Shooting Gamer Level 5 Full Dragon as he fought with the other Kamen Riders and Sentai RangersIcon-crosswiki in the battle against the Shocker army from the Game World. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen

The Bugster Horde

When Kuroto Dan's plot to revive in the Game World caused an army of Bugsters to perpetually revive and emerge into the real world, Brave assumed Hunter Quest Gamer Level 5 Full Dragon to support Snipe Simulation Gamer Level 50 against the endless horde, having given him the Gashat Gear Dual β after being beaten back in the Fantasy Gamer. Ultimately, the horde was suddenly dissipated in an instant as the destruction of the Game World brought about by Kazuma Kenzaki thwarted Dan's ambition to revive. Maze 3: Gorider Forever

Kamen Rider Chronicle

Stepping in alongside Ex-Aid and Snipe to defend the Ride-Players against the Bugsters, Brave assumed the Hunter Gamer with which he performed the Drago Knight Critical Strike to destroy Salty. Players Who Bet on Survival

Users

Level UP Rider Series

Hunter Gamer was released as part of the Level UP Rider Series set LVUR10.

Rider Gashat

Finishers

  • Drago Knight Critical Strike (ドラゴナイトクリティカルストライク Dorago Naito Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Has two variations.

Ex-Aid, Brave, Snipe and Lazer deliver consecutive energy attacks, effectively destroying the enemy. This attack no longer exist because death of Lazer.

  • Ex-Aid: Shoot powerful streams of fire from Dragon Fang.
  • Brave: Creates energy slashes from the Dragon Blade, which fly towards the enemy.
  • Snipe: Shoot powerful yellow lightning-like Energy streams from the Dragon Gun.
  • Lazer: Sends continuous Blue and Yellow energy streams from his Dragon Claw.

A solo variant of four Riders' finisher, has a Rider combine the three energy attacks into one. Currently mainly used by Brave and Snipe. When Brave used the Muscular Energy Item, he delivers a powerful slash. Aside from these, Brave can also release a Rider Kick version to defeat enemy.

Behind the Scenes

Portrayal

Like the other Gamer Support Robots save for the Sports Gamer bicycle, it is completely CGI when separate from a Rider's armor.

Notes

  • The Hunter Gamer is the first support robot to be used by more than one Rider in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.
  • The Hunter Gamer has hunting game and dragon as main motifs, much like Graphite. The infection of its Bugster Union form also had the same flame icon that Graphite was shown to have.
  • The Hunter Gamer's components being used by Riders is similar in manner to the Contract Monsters for the Riders of Kamen Rider Ryuki using their weapon-based Advent Cards, and WizarDragon for Wizard's Dragon Styles using the Special Ring in Kamen Rider Wizard.
  • When assuming Level 5 (Full Dragon), Ex-Aid and Snipe had different headpieces and back armor.
  • As far as the Level UP Rider Series is concerned, Brave is not technically built to wear the Full Dragon armor due to his shield's unique molding getting in the way of solidly attaching the Gun armor.

Appearances


See Also

References

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