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Granting a Wish
Kamen Rider Ryuki, Episode 49
Ep 49 Ryuki
Air date January 12, 2003
Written by Yasuko Kobayashi
Directed by Hidenori Ishida
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Granting a Wish (叶えたい願い Kanaetai Negai) is the forty-ninth episode of Kamen Rider Ryuki. Reiko finally learned the truth about Mirror World, as well as Shinji Kido's identity as a Rider in this episode. It is also marks the final appearance of main titular Rider itself and Yui Kanzaki.

Synopsis

  • Yui fades away. Shiro tells Ren & Shinji that there is still time to save Yui and to continue fighting
  • Shinji tells both Reiko and the Chief about being a Kamen Rider
  • Kitaoka begins to succumb to his illness
  • The Raydragoons enter the normal world and start attacking people.
  • After being stabbed in the back by a Raydragoon, Shinji dies at Ren's side.

Plot

to be added

Cast

Guest Cast

Advent Cards

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Blank Advent Card

  • Cards used
    • Ryuki:
      • Sword Vent, Final Vent, Survive Rekka,
    • Knight:
      • Final Vent, Survive Shippu
  • Weapons/Powers summoned:
    • Ryuki:
      • Drag Saber, Dragon Rider Kick, Drag-Visor Zwei, Dragon Firestorm
    • Knight:
      • Hishouzan, Dark Visor-Zwei, Shippudan
  • Advent Card appeared before episode's preview:

Errors

to be added

Notes

  • Excluding the early Showa Riders being rebuilt as cyborgs, this is the first time where the main rider of a series dies before the end.
    • Shinji is the third person after Tezuka and Tojo to die outside the Mirror World, and the seventh person to die from the Rider Battle since the first episode.
  • Shiro tells Ren that it is time to fight Odin, even though it is contradictory to what Odin said earlier in the series as Asakura and Kitaoka are still alive.
  • The coat Shinji wears was a same coat from the first two episodes of Ryuki.
  • Final appearance of Dragreder.
  • This episode marks the last time Ryuki and Knight uses their Rider Kick finishers.
  • Ryuki's battle with Odin is seen in Kamen Rider: Battride War.

Comparisons with Episode Final

  • In the series, it's revealed that Shiro accepted the mirror version of Yui's offer to revive her real world counterpart; in the movie, it's Yui who accepts her mirrored version's offer for extended life (with Shiro not around).
  • In this episode, after realizing that Yui was already dead, her body shattered and soon fades away. In the movie, instead of fading away, Yui died in front of her brother as her time has just reached its limit. Realizing that Yui is already gone, Shiro forces Shinji and Ren to continue fighting so Yui can be saved, while the movie depicts Shiro screaming at his failure to save his sister's life and fading away in the process.
  • After Kitaoka decides to retire from being a Rider, he asks Reiko out to lunch. In this episode, we can see Kitaoka's hands start shaking, indicating that his illnesses is finally reaching its final stage. But in the movie, we can see Kitaoka coughing blood as the result from the illnesses he suffered. Kitaoka finally died 2 episodes later in this series, but it survives the movie (or it's not seen/alluded to).
    • Unlike the movie version, Kitaoka wants to settle with Asakura for one last time, only to replaced by Goro. In the movie version, Asakura was killed by Femme during his battle in the Mirror World.
  • Both Ryuki and Knight are seen fighting against Raydragoons on the ground of the city. In the movie version, right before credits, both Ryuki and Knight battle a bunch of Raydragoons and Hydragoons in the air, also in the city.

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