Talk:Kamen Rider Records

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Is any Rider who failed to protect someone he always getting close with in the past?[edit]

Not sure if Hino Eiji is only the Rider who fitting this situation.

I'm not sure I understand what you're saying. Are you talking about the way Eiji let that girl die? --Takenoko (talk) 19:24, 25 January 2014 (PST)

Kamen Rider Black RX is not the first Rider of the Heisei-era[edit]

Just to mention that the Kamen Rider Black RX is not the first Rider of the Heisei-era, they are still released in Showa-era (October 23, 1988) until the death of Emperor Hirohito. - Anonymous

From what I read, Black RX aired from October 23, 1988 to September 24, 1989. According to the English wiki, the Heisei era started January 8, 1989. So Black RX was airing during the Heisei era. --Takenoko (talk) 13:36, 25 January 2014 (PST)

The 'Series with the largest number of Riders appearing on it' Record[edit]

When I placed this record on the page, I gave it to Decade, due to him dimension hopping and meeting up with almost every Heisei Rider in existence.

But someone else changed it into Wizard, since he met the other Heisei Riders in the last 2 episodes.

I took the liberty to change it back, with the following reasons:

  • Decade also featured a lost of secondary Riders during the series. Almost entire rosters of Riders appeared at one point or another. The Rider War sequence alone featured more than 30 Riders.
  • The crossover of Wizard only featured the primary Riders, making the total amount 15.


-- 14:34, 18 January 2014 (PST)

Yeah, that makes sense to me. It'd be nice if we had a total Rider count for Decade, but it's pretty understandable if that's a bit difficult. --Takenoko (talk) 15:33, 18 January 2014 (PST)