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Judgment Received!
Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Episode 32
Cronus has descended
Air date May 21, 2017
Written by Yuya Takahashi
Directed by Kazuya Kamihoriuchi
Episode Guide
The Forbidden Continue!?
Company Reform!

Judgment Received! (下されたJudgment! Kudasareta Jajjimento!) is the thirty-second episode of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. It features the debut of Masamune Dan as Kamen Rider Cronus, Genm Zombie Action Gamer Level X-0, Graphite Level 99, Ride-Player Haima Kagami, and the final appearance of Ren Amagasaki/Lovelica[1].


Ex-Aid and crews have gained the right to challenge the advanced Bugsters in order to clear Kamen Rider Chronicle. The three advanced Bugsters are Parad, Graphite, and Lovelica. The time of the final battle against the four Kamen Riders is at hand! At last, the curtain rises on the scene of the last battle! However, a disturbing darkness suddenly begins to appear...


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Guest Cast

Suit Actors

Rider Gashat


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EA SYNG Screen
  • Closing Screen:
    • Text Color: Pink
  • Count at episode end
  • Video Game References in this episode:
    • The way how Cronus' attack on Para-DX, Graphite and Lovrica is similar to DIO from the video game adaption of the manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a 3D fighting game All Star Battle.
    • Playstation button symbols on Genm Corp desk

      Playstation symbols

      When Masamune examines his old desk, a set of paper shapes are on top of the desk: an X, a triangle, a square and a circle. All of these shapes are symbols used on a Playstation controller's symbol face buttons.
    • Cronus said Toki Meki Crisis was "off line" after he destroyed Lovrica. In reality, it means a game company no longer produces a game.
    • Some of Cronus' powers are based on actual game mechanics:
      • Pause or pausing the game allows the player to stop the game to take a break and come back later to play again.
      • His ability to negate the resurrection of Bugsters is based on games with "perma-death", in which characters cannot be revived after they die or in certain challenge modes the player gets an instant Game Over when they die.
      • His time manipulation abilities are based on games that have time manipulation mechanics such as Viewtiful Joe or in the case of turning day into night, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
  • This marks the official return of Kamen Rider Genm Zombie Gamer Level X (now termed Level X-0) since the death of Kuroto Dan back in Episode 23. It seems that when paired with the Bugster-negating abilities of the Mighty Action X Gashat (Proto Origin), Kuroto is able to transform into this form with a Gamer Driver without any negative effects.
  • The title of this episode is likely referring to Critical Judgment, the finishing move of the Gashacon Bugvisor II in Beam Gun Mode. However, this move is never used in this episode.
    • On a side note, however Masamune decide to 'start the Judgement' before transforming
The ominous enemy

Cronus' silhouette in the opening sequence.

  • The opening sequence has been edited such that Ex-Aid, Brave, and Snipe now face Cronus instead of Para-DX Level 99.
Game Clock

Cronus's Clock

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