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Kamen Rider EX-AID Episode 26 Clips - Enter Kamen Rider Poppy!


Poppy has finally joined the game of survival and she is now a Gamer Rider called Kamen Rider Poppy! Can Emu fight his friend? Find out in this action-packed clips from the 26th episode of Kamen Rider EX-Aid brought to us by Filip "Man from Japan" Judar!

"Come, let's dance, Emu!"


"Ain't she a darling?"



"You're gonna pay for this, Pallad!"



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4 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Interesting how Poppy uses her own driver as a weapon when Genm Level X never did.


  2. Anonymous Says:

    well, genm level X could have used it, but just out of despite he used the gashacon sparrow to mock ex aid


  3. Asshole Says:

    Aww man. Hearing that "Bugle Up!" Made me miss Genm. He was probably my favourite villain from the past 5ish recent series (not really that hard to top, I know.). I miss you Dangerous Zombie!!!

    That probably has to do with her Driver being a version 2, while Dan's was more for data collection/version 1. Not to mention they're both different characters... focusing way too much on the Level X part there, bud. That just means they're both "Unknown". Where Genm was a Zombie, Poppy's role seems to be more of a Judge, or another Game Master, as she seems to be attacking Emu, because he broke a "rule". Unknown simply means they can be level 1, or even 99. It's pretty much running into an enemy in an RPG that has "???" as it's name, or level.

    And I am so not surprised Taiga would be the one to go on the offensive. Never change, Taiga!


  4. Agree.. or he was forgot that it is a weapon lol XD


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