|This article is about a/an episode in Kamen Rider Kiva.|
|Soul: Dragon Castle, Angered|
|Kamen Rider Kiva, Episode 8|
|Air date March 16, 2008|
|Written by Toshiki Inoue|
Hymn: Three-Star Full Course of Darkness
Symphony: Ixa, Fist On
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In 1986, after Shima briefs Jiro on the latest victim, Yuri is assigned to follow Jiro in case he is attacked. However, Otoya's blundering interference allows Jiro to run off and feed on another victim. Seeing a link between the attacks, Otoya drinks as much coffee as humanly possible to test his theory and to also impress Yuri. While on her way home that night, Yuri confronts Basshaa of the Merman Race, believing him to be responsible for the attacks. When Basshaa was able to beat her, Jiro arrives and tells Basshaa not to harm the girl as the Merman questions Jiro's reasons while assuming his human form: Ramon. Soon after, Jiro encounters Yuri as she thanks him for saving her life with feelings of love.
In 2008, Megumi is a bit upset of Wataru trusting Nago, revealing that he drove his father to suicide. When he asks of this truth, Nago reveals what really happened between him and his father. Later, after getting fired for stealing a bit of Inukai's strange sauce for varnish, Wataru and Megumi decide to go the Maison Cercueil in disguise, though Shizuka sneaks Wataru away to be his date instead. Once at the restaurant, Inukai reveals his scheme and true form as Megumi arrives to cover Wataru and Shizuka's escape. Once getting Shizuka to safety, Wataru becomes Kiva as Megumi is thrown into the water, easily overpowering the Prawn Fangire. The Prawn Fangire is then forced to sacrifice his soul, augmented with the Life Energy he collected, to recreate his Fangire servants, causing the reborn monsters' souls to merge into a giant aura-based Fangire known as a Sabbat. Kiva then summons Castle Doran and Shoo Doran to battle the Sabbat, allowing Kiva to destroy it for Castle Doran and Shoo Doran to devour the scattered souls.
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