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Decade Tsukasa
Kamen Rider Decade
Tsukasa Kadoya
Gender: Male
Series: Kamen Rider Decade
Motif: Barcode
Rider Type: Hero/Anti-Hero (Current)
Villain (Past before the Series, Great Leader Of Dai-Shocker in All Riders Vs. Dai-Shocker (temporary) & Kamen Rider × Super Sentai - Super Hero Taisen (Undercover Hero), Violent Emotion In Movie War 2010 (Unwillingly), Formerly)
Homeworld: Earth (World of Decade)
First Appearance: Rider War
Last Appearance: Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai
Number of Episode
31 (Decade)
1 (Shinkenger)
1 (G)
7 (Movies)
2 (Wizard)
Actor: Masahiro Inoue
Riku Ichikawa (Child)
Katsuhiro Suzuki (Voice in Super Hero Taisen Z)
Kamen Rider Decade

"I'm just a passing-through Kamen Rider. Remember that!"
―Tsukasa's answer when asked who he is[src]

Kamen Rider Decade (仮面ライダーディケイド Kamen Raidā Dikeido?, Lit. Masked Rider Decade) is the main protagonist and eponymous character of the Kamen Rider Series Kamen Rider Decade.

Tsukasa KadoyaEdit


Tsukasa Kadoya (門矢 士 Kadoya Tsukasa?) is a hypocritical and self-righteous young man who does not know much about his past. He has a strong desire to "catch the world" using his photos, but they never develop well. He sees this as a sign that he is not of this world, unaware of it being a prelude of it being supplanted by the worlds of the other nine Kamen Riders. However as Decade, he is seen as an agent of destruction, usually being called "the devil", a rumor spread by Narutaki, who believes Tsukasa does not belong in any world.

It is also revealed that those who appear in his badly developed photographs die or foreshadow events. As Tsukasa travels between dimensions, his clothing changes to suit the Rider's World, including some accouterments similar in color to his camera and Decade. He also exhibits some prior knowledge or a talent necessary to his quest in the Rider's Worlds he enters. Some examples are his knowledge of the Gurongi language in Kuuga's World and his enrollment as a student in Faiz's World. He has also mentioned before that he is capable of doing anything except for taking photos.

Before a climatic battle begins, Tsukasa answers a major villain's demand for his identity by saying that he is "Just a passing by Kamen Rider, remember that!" (通り過がりの仮面ライダーだ、覚えておけ! Tōrisugari no Kamen Raidā da, oboeteoke!?).

Tsukasa uses a "Decade Pink" Blackbird, fly 135 Twin Lens Reflex Camera.


Becoming DecadeEdit

When Tsukasa is confronted by Natsumi Hikari over the photos he has taken, the two get separated by a dimensional barrier that sends Natsumi into an unstable pocket dimension where she flees for her life from various kaijin before finding the Decadriver from her dreams. While looking for her, Tsukasa encounters Wataru Kurenai, who calls him "Decade". Wataru tells him today is the day his world will end, and that he is needed to protect it.

After finding Natsumi, Tsukasa uses the Kamen Ride Cards to assume the forms of Kabuto, Faiz and Hibiki to deal with groups of Worm, Orphnoch and Makamou. Confused by both his actions and the cards's powers fading, Tsukasa takes Natsumi and returns to their world as it is being destroyed by the various monsters. When time suddenly freezes, Wataru appears, revealing the status of the worlds and assigning Tsukasa the task of traveling into the other worlds to stop the dimensional chaos inflicted on his own world by meeting the Riders of each of the other dimensions. Rider War (episode)

World of KuugaEdit

Starting in the World of Kuuga as a police officer, Tsukasa meets the world's Rider, Yusuke Onodera who battles the Gurongi and learns that that someone is disseminating rumors across the Worlds about him as a destroyer of worlds. After reconciling with Yusuke, the two stop the Gurongi N-Gamio-Zeda from taking over the world. The World of Kuuga Transcendence

World of KivaEdit

At the World of Kiva as a violinist, Tsukasa encounters the young boy Wataru, helping the boy realize his role as King of the Fangire Race to maintain the peaceful coexistence of the human and Fangire races while defeating the Beetle Fangire: Wataru's father and the former King. Second Movement ♬ Prince Kiva The Biting King's Qualifications

World of RyukiEdit

Then at the World of Ryuki, Tsukasa defends the framed Natsumi in a murder case and solves it with the aid of Shinji Tatsumi. The true villain, Kamata is revealed to have been an Undead all along and is taken by Narutaki to the World of Blade after his defeat. Battle Trial: Ryuki World Super Trick of the Real Criminal

World of BladeEdit

Assuming the role of chief waiter under the BOARD Corporation while being promoted repeatedly, Tsukasa works with Kazuma Kendate to uncover the conspiracy between Kamata and BOARD's CEO, Kamen Rider Chalice, to take over the world through the Joker card which the latter used on himself. After he and Blade work together to defeat the Undead, Tsukasa takes his leave as Kazuma thanks him. Welcome to the Blade Restaurant Blade Blade

World of FaizEdit

In the World of Faiz as a student of the Smart Brain High School, Tsukasa crosses paths with a man he saw at the World of Blade who knows him, Daiki Kaito. Though Kaito warns him to stay out of his affairs, Tsukasa finds Faiz after confronting the Lucky Clover group, learning that he is Takumi Ogami as he attempts to keep his SB-555B Faiz Driver away from Kaito. Tsukasa later resolves the tension between Takumi and Yuri Tomoda over Takumi's identity, giving Takumi the will to continue protecting the school. Faiz High School's Phantom Thief 555 Faces, 1 Treasure

World of AgitoEdit

Arriving in the World of Agito as a postman, Tsukasa reads a discard letter meant for Shouichi Ashikawa, making it his goal to protect Ashikawa from the Unknown for the sake of Toko Yashiro, the writer of the letter. With Yusuke's help, Tsukasa succeeds in having Shouichi achieve the necessary state of mind needed to complete his evolution to Agito before reuniting him with Yashiro. Reunion: Project Agito Awakening: Tornado of Souls

World of Den-OEdit

Upon arriving in the World of Den-O, Tsukasa becomes Den-O under the possession of an Imagin, before forcing him into Yusuke's body. Here, he learns that some unknown force is changing the past as he is fought by the other Taros possessing Natsumi's body who believe Decade to be the source. Learning the Imagin possessing Yusuke is named Momotaros, Tsukasa finds him and helps him regain his physical form as they defeat the Alligator Imagin. Believing their adventures with Den-O to be over, only to learn the identity of the true culprits for Den-O World's time distortions, they prepare to travel to the World of Kabuto until the Swan Imagin Sieg comes into the Hikari Studio with a manuscript showing a battle at Onigashima. Super Den-O Beginning Here Comes Super Momotaros! With Sieg's help, Tsukasa and company travel with the DenLiner crew back in time to fight the Oni Rider Brothers, Mimihiko and Kuchihiko, before returning to the present time in the World of Kabuto. Cho Kamen Rider Den-O & Decade Neo Generations: The Onigashima Warship

World of KabutoEdit

In the role of a ZECTrooper, after witnessing TheBee and Gattack's fight against a Worm, Tsukasa brings Arata to the Photo Studio where he finds a Salis Worm that had mimicked him. After the impostor is exposed, the Worm is killed by Kabuto when it attempted to kill a girl named Mayu whose brother was believed to have been killed by Kabuto. Although it seemed that TheBee's user, Sou Otogiri, is her brother, Tsukasa felt something was not right. After learning that Mayu herself is a Worm, both his meeting with Grandma and learning the full nature of the Kabuto Capture Plan allow him to get the full story. Arriving to Mayu's aid, Tsukasa helps Kabuto, Mayu's real brother Souji, in defeating Otogiri in his true identity, the Phylloxera Worm. After bringing Mayu back to her Grandma and giving Daiki a vial of pepper as a "treasure", Tsukasa begins the journey into the final world, the World of Hibiki. Warning: Kabuto Running Amok The Grandma Way of Taste

World of HibikiEdit

In the World of Hibiki, Tsukasa meets a encounters an Oni in training named Asumu. From there, believed Great Master of Ongekidō (音撃道 Ongekidō?) style, Tsukasa meets the three masters of the Ongekidō Styles before being pulled into a ploy by Daiki to rob the two Oni masters Ibuki and Zanki, worsening when they are attacked by the Makamou Gyuki until Akira and Todoroki drive the beast off. Supporting their intent to end the rivalry among their schools, Tsukasa convinces Ibuki and Zanki to pass the torch. Tsukasa later offers his aid to Asumu after he became the new Hibiki thanks to Daiki, whom he still acknowledged as a thief and nothing more. Idle Hibiki Ending Journey

World of NegativesEdit

With the journey over, Tsukasa and the others of the Hikari Studio return to what appears to be Natsumi's world to find it back to normal as if it was not plagued by the monsters. Despite being in a perfect world that he has earned, according to Otoya Kurenai, it is revealed that it is only a parallel version of their own world where the monsters have taken over and killed all but a few humans.

After being tested by Otoya, Tsukasa gains the K-Touch after turning down Otoya's offer to live in a world of lies, using Decade's Complete Form to combat the Dark Riders. Tsukasa defeats Ryuga, Orga and Dark Kabuto with the finisher of Ryuki Survive, Faiz Blaster and Kabuto Hyper. Knowing that their journey is not really over, after Natsumi drops the next background the Hikari Studio group heads to the next world, Kaito's homeworld. The Nega-World's Dark Riders The Walking All-Rider Album

World of DiendEdit

Arriving in the World of Diend, he finds himself in the role of a salary man selling products to the society until he encounters Shin and Haruka, Kamen Riders Lance and Larc, fighting a Darkroach.

He learns that Daiki is the lackey of the evil Fourteen who brainwashed the inhabitants of the World of Diend to believe that Kamen Riders are evil, having unknowingly given up his brother to Fourteen. He and Daiki team up to defeat Fourteen to free all those who have been brainwashed, leaving only Daiki's brother Junichi, Kamen Rider Glaive, who was not brainwashed but accepting of Fourteen's peaceful world. He teaches the two brothers that they have to protect each other, no matter what, before heading off to the next world, one which he has no knowledge of at all. Wanted: Diend End of Diend

World of ShinkengerEdit

In the guise of a kuroko with a strange card in hand, Tsukasa learns that his lack of knowledge is due to the world not having any Kamen Riders as he witnesses the Shinkengers drive off the Nanashi. Curious about them, Tsukasa uses his guise to learn more about them and their world before fighting the Ayakashi Chinomanako who stole the Diendriver from Daiki. He realizes that the monster is the reason why he is in this world as Chinomanako escapes and becomes the world's first Kamen Rider. He attempts to fight the Chinomanako but is stopped by Narutaki saying that his actions will only bring doom to the world. After being given the advice to do the right thing by Hikoma Kusakabe, Decade later helps the Shinkengers with the card revealing to be the Rekka Daizantou which he uses to destroy Chinomanako alongside Shinken Red using the Blade Blade. As Tsukasa and Yusuke are welcomed home by Eijiro and Natsumi, assuring Tsukasa that the photo studio is his home no matter what, they enter a new A.R. World. The Arrival of the Samurai Sentai Heretic Rider, Go Forth!

World of Black RXEdit

Entering the World of BLACK RX, receiving another card being mistaken as Joe the Haze when he changes clothes and is attacked by Schwarian and his Chap minions while meeting Kotaro Minami himself. Decade then finds out that Dai-Shocker is in this world planning to conquer it. Decade teams with RX to help fend off the assault on this world. Eventually the Security Chief of Dai-Shocker, Apollo Geist drains Natsumi's life through his Perfector ending up in a hospital and Tsukasa desperate to revive her. Decade learns of Apollo Geist and the Perfector from Kaitoh and goes off to find him, but Kaitoh also has his agenda of retrieving the device. Decade, with assistance from RX, battles Geist but Guy leaves through a dimension wall. Tsukasa follows him in pursuit but ends up in Kamen Rider BLACK's World with no way out. RX! Dai-Shocker Attack

World of BlackEdit

BLACK attacks Decade after he mistakes him for RX's Kotaro Minami. Decade refuses to fight and Diend appears to stop BLACK with Femme's power. They retreat and Decade continues his search for Guy. As Ryuki he fights him and saves a child, gaining BLACK's trust in the process and teaming up with him. They come across Geist and the newly recruited Schwarian, although Guy escapes through dimensional wall BLACK uses "King Stone Flash" to help Tsukasa get back to RX's world through the wall. Decade re-encounters the RX Kotaro and finds Guy. His card is revealed to be a Kamen Rider BLACK card but Diend uses it instead and the two Kotaros transform and fight Geist and Schwarian. Decade is able to get the Perfector but Diend steals it and runs away. Decade then destroys Schwarian with Agito's powers while the two BLACKs force Geist into retreating.

At the hospital Kaitoh hands over the Perfector to saying that there are other treasures that he has already taken from this world and there are always more to get from other worlds. Kaitoh takes his leave saying to Tsukasa to save his friend. Decade uses the Perfector to drain part of his life and implant it into Natsumi reviving her. Before leaving, Tsukasa tells Kotaro that Joe the Haze is helping his counterpart. But Kotaro is not saddened by it, knowing that Joe will be with him in spirit. The gang returns to the photo shop where the next world is waiting. Black × Black RX

World of DecadeEdit

The Hikari Family Studio ends up in a world which is discovered to be Tsukasa's home world, the World of Decade, where Tsukasa meets his sister Sayo Kadoya and starts a tournament to find the strongest Rider to save the world after hearing he must be the one to do so by Nobuhiko Tsukikage, Sayo's butler.

Tsukasa wins and it is revealed that he was the Great Leader of Dai-Shocker. But the victory is short lived as Nobuhiko is revealed to be Shadow Moon and Sayo as Priestess Bishium takes control of Yusuke through the Stone of Earth to attack Tsukasa as part of revenge for abandoning her, despite not knowing the truth. Tsukasa is left alone as even his friends abandoned him. He is later encountered by Joji Yuki a former scientist for Dai-Shocker that wanted payback by Tsukasa for doing said punishment to him. Later he realizes that Tsukasa is no longer affiliated with Dai-Shocker and fights Dai-Shocker as Riderman as Tsukasa moves away.

Tsukasa joins in the fight against Dai-Shocker starting with the fight against General Jark. He and all of the Kamen Riders from the Showa and Heisei Era Fight Dai-Shocker destroying Ambassador Hell and Doctor Shinigami as Garagaranda and Ikadevil respectively. Later Decade fights the Bishium-controlled Kuuga Rising Ultimate but realizing he's talking with his sister, he convinces Sayo that Nobuhiko is only using her to further his goals. Sayo, knowing the error of her ways destroys the Stone of Earth, freeing Yusuke. With the stone destroyed Shadow Moon fights Decade and Kuuga Rising Ultimate overpowering them until Double shows up and flings him to Dai-Shocker's castle. Tsukasa along with all of the other riders destroy Shadow Moon with the All Rider Kick. After Shadow Moon and the castle is destroyed, King Dark appears. Diend summons J and uses the Decade Final Form Ride to turn Decade into the Jumbo Decadriver and turns J into Decade Complete Jumbo Formation destroying King Dark. Tsukasa later makes amends with Sayo and leaves with the Hikari Studio. Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker

World of AmazonEdit

When Tsukasa enters Amazon's world he immediately assumes the mantle of a baseball player and receives yet another card. He immediately sees that Dai-Shocker has taken over this world and is attacked by some of the monsters from different worlds. Amazon appears suddenly and helps Decade fight them but before a finishing blow could be done the people intervened convinced by Dai-Shocker that riders are destroyers forcing them to retreat.

They run into Kaitoh again where he explains his plan to steal Amazon's GiGi armlet's counterpart, the GaGa armlet which is unfortunately owned by the Ten-Faced Demon Llumu Qhimil, Dai-Shocker's designated ruler of the World of Amazon. Llumu sends out Masahiko Okamura to reveal the Rider's location by faking an attack by the Dai-Shocker foot soldiers and gaining their trust. Apollo Geist appears once more fighting Decade demanding his Perfector but Decade destroys it instead. The fight goes on until Masahiko steals the GiGi armlet after Dai-Shocker turns on him.

With Dai-Shocker now aware of where the Riders might go the gang goes to a nurse's office at Shocker School where Tsukasa finds a picture of Masahiko and his family before his father passed away. They are then driven off by Masahiko's older sister and the Dai-Shocker foot soldiers. They quickly come up with a plan to retrieve the GiGi armlet after Masahiko turned it over to them and was put up to be the first in the Humanity-to-Monster Project. He is saved by Tsukasa and Yusuke in disguise as foot soldiers and explains what happened. As they go out and retrieve the GiGi Armlet Amazon joins the fight against Llumu Qhimil, while Diend successfully obtains the GaGa Armlet during the battle. However this is short-lived as Tsukasa uses the armlet for himself through the use of his new card until giving to Amazon who delivers the final blow to Llumu with Super Big Slice. Amazon is then adopted into Masahiko's family and the gang returns to the photo shop to find Diend sitting there and he proposes that he go with them.

They accept and head into the next world which will be the site where all the riders are supposed to be; "The Rider War World". It is the same place that Natsumi saw when she had her dream about the war. Amazon, Friend The Strong, Naked, Strong Guy

World of the Rider WarEdit

Complete Form Final Attack Ride DiEnd

Decade Complete Form uses the Attack Ride of Diend.

The Rider War World is Decade's undoing as he witnesses both Kamen Riders Blade and Kiva lead Rider armies against each other. Tsukasa and Yusuke try to keep both sides from killing each other and finding out the Fangire Queen, Yuki, marries Guy and becomes Super Apollo Geist. With this new enemy Tsukasa destroys Yuki with Ryuki Survive's abilities and the rest of the Fangire and Undead armies with help from Kazuma Kendate and Wataru. Unfortunately Super Apollo Geist uses his powers to make the worlds merge with Kazuma and Garren disappearing and Geist kidnaps Natsumi. He is then confronted by Kazuma Kenzaki, the original Kamen Rider Blade. Decade finally finds out why the worlds are merging and it is because of Decade himself. Kenzaki tranforms and assumes King Form, Decade is quickly defeated. Decade returns to the photo studio injured and finds out that every picture he took in the other worlds are completely blank because they are nearly gone. Decade heads out to follow Kivala and is confronted by Hibiki and Kiva who fight him. The two Riders were talked into helping Kenzaki save their own worlds. Kuuga saves Decade while he deals with Geist.

Decade catches up to Geist who has brought back all the different monsters he fought in the different worlds. Decade is quickly overwhelmed by too many enemies but with Kuuga, Hibiki, Kiva, and Diend he manages to drive the creatures back. Decade immediately fights Geist who has become very powerful with his super mode. Diend hands Decade his Kamen Ride Card and with the power of Diend two bursts annihilates Geist. Decade is exhausted and collapses with Kiva and Hibiki finally fading away because their worlds no longer exist. Decade is taken to the place where it all started the place where he met the original Wataru. Wataru explains that Tsukasa messed up his job and says that he and the others will fight him as he transforms into Kiva. Decade is again transported to the War world where the original Riders appear and Kuuga becoming Ultimate Form to fight Decade due to Kivala. Diend aims his gun directly at Decade's head at point blank range. With that the Rider War begins. Rider War: Prologue Destroyer of Worlds

Movie War 2010Edit

"The answer is simple. I am the destroyer of all. I have accepted that."
―His answer when Natsumi confronted him[src]

In Decade: Final Chapter, despite unwillingly as the Destroyer of Worlds, Tsukasa accepts his role and turns into Violent Emotion Decade destroying many Riders and turning them into cards. He is assisted by Yuriko Misaki who reminds Tsukasa of Sayo and can transform into Electro-Wave Human Tackle. He is confronted by Natsumi who has become Kamen Rider Kivala to stop his rampage. Before Tsukasa disappears after he voluntarily lets her destroy him, he gives Natsumi the Kamen Ride Cards and tells her that as long as people remember the Riders they will never disappear.

Natsumi and Kaito learn from Wataru Kurenai of Decade's role as the destroyer and connector of worlds, as Tsukasa would destroy the Riders he would connect the other worlds preventing their collapse and does anything he is needed for as a hero or a villain to finish the Rider's story. He himself however has no story and with his task complete Decade was gone forever. Despite this Natsumi finds a way to revive him through the use of a picture and the A.R. Riders' memories and Tsukasa is resurrected. Tsukasa and the gang along with other Riders fight against Super Shocker receiving more help from Kamen Rider Double who appear to know each other. With Double's Final Form Ride and Final Attack Decade destroys Super Shocker's most powerful and evil kaijin, Ultimate-D.

He is last seen with his friends posing for a picture after the battle while continuing his adventures across the A.R. Worlds.

Let's Go Kamen RidersEdit

A mishap caused by the Greeed Ankh unintentionally altered the timeline which enabled Shocker to utilize the Core Medal to create the Shocker Greeed which defeated the Double Riders and seemingly erased the legacy of the Kamen Riders from history. In 2011, after Kamen Rider New Den-O's attempt to repair the damage, he along with Kamen Rider OOO and M-Ankh awaited execution. However, it was revealed the Double Riders had their brainwashing removed by a Shocker scientist.

The Double Riders joined with New Den-O and OOO to fight Shocker's forces, but were eventually defeated. When the order was given to kill everyone, V3 suddenly appeared, asserting that there were more than four riders. V3 was soon followed by all the other revived riders that came after him, as even though Rider history was changed, the people's memories haven't changed. Decade appeared after the three 90s riders and the first eight Heisei riders, defeating the Paradoxa Undead, Tiger Orphnoch and Shadow Moon in quick succession.

After the riders were united, they faced off against Shocker's Great Leader. Later, when joined by a force of extra riders, Decade got into his Machine Decader, and alongside all the other riders in their vehicles performed the "All Rider Break", ramming into the Rock Great Leader and defeating it once and for all. OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero TaisenEdit


Tsukasa as leader of Dai-Shocker in Super Hero Taisen

Decade Vs. Go-Busters

Decade Vs. The Go-Busters

"Destroy all Super Sentai... or die trying!"
―his words as the leader of Dai-Shocker[src]

Tsukasa appeared in a movie alongside the Gokaigers in a Super Sentai meets Kamen Rider event, Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen.

Doktor G resurrected and gathered all defeated Rider villains, recreating Dai-Shocker. He told Tsukasa that the Riders and monsters needed to destroy the Super Sentai to ensure the survival of the Riders, and, answering that, Tsukasa took control of the new Dai-Shocker, becoming its Great Leader again to battle the Super Sentai and also the Dai-Zangyack, a new union of Super Sentai villains led by the Gokaiger's Captain Marvelous. As the Great Leader of Dai-Shocker, Tsukasa apparently destroyed many Super Sentai teams, apparently leaving only GokaiRed and GokaiGreen alive, while Decade himself was seemingly the last remaining Rider. After he was wounded in his battle against Gokai Red, Doktor G used the opportunity to overthrow him and take control of the organization. The story about Riders needing to destroy Sentai to survive was a lie, and Doktor G was actually allied with Dai-Zangyack and using both Gokai Red and Decade to destroy the other heroes and afterwards kill the nominal leaders of the two organizations.

Gosei Cards

KR Ichigo alongside Decade, Blade, & Ryuki Gain Gosei Cards from the Goseigers

However, Tsukasa and Marvelous already realized that trap from the beginning before the war starts. The destruction of the Super Sentai actually just an act and the truth was, all the Super Sentai and Riders were just sent into a rift between dimensions. Tsukasa turned against Dai-Shocker and Dai-Zangyack, supported by all other Riders and Super Sentai. Alongside the Gokaigers, he killed General Shadow. In the end, he faced Doktor G, the man behind the new Dai-Shocker, and defeated him with the help of the Super Sentai team Goseiger, and Kamen Riders Ryuki and Blade. However, after being defeated, Doktor G was revealed to be Decade's old enemy, Narutaki, who escaped afterwards, and his real identity was left a mystery.

Super Hero Taisen ZEdit


Decade and other space heroes

Space Sheriff Gavan Type G, alongside Kamen Rider Beast and Yellow Buster invaded the fortress of the Space Crime Syndicate Madou on Earth. However, inside, they're overrun by the forces of Space Shocker, which had allied itself with Madou. Gavan was separated from the others and trapped by Shocker's forces, when Kamen Rider Kamen Rider Fourze arrived, answering the call for help of Gokai Silver, who asked for reinforcements to help in the attack. Fourze brought with him more allies, including Meteor, Super-1, the Super Sentai teams Choushinsei Flashman, Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger and Decade himself to confront Space Shocker. Decade briefly fights against Tortoise Undead and afterwards pierces through a Pteranodon Yummy.

Afterwards, Decade presumably stays fighting against the other reinforcements brought by Space Ikadevil, while Fourze is thrown out of the area. Space Ikadevil himself is finished by the Super Sentai team Gokaiger, while Gavan and Meteor leave to fight against Space Shocker's and Madou's leaders. After the battle is over, Decade appears on top of a nearby cliff alongside the other heroes who appeared to help to say goodbye to Gavan and the others.

World of MonstersEdit

Decade was summoned along with OOO by the alternate version of Haruto, taking the children to the shop. Before taking the children away, he thinks that he has arrived in the World of Wizard, but Haruto tells him that he is mistaken.The Kamen Rider Rings He is summoned again by Amadum to retrive back the Fourze Rider Ring from Haruto. He then teamed up with Haruto along with the Heisei Riders to fight Amadum and his monsters. However, Amadum was too powerful for the Riders as he takes their items from them, until Gaim arrives. Gaim easily beats Amadum up as the Riders regaining their items to transform into their final forms. After Amadum is defeated, and the Rider Rings gone, Tsukasa leaves to continue his journey, stating that Haruto and him will meet again. Neverending Story

Kamen Rider TaisenEdit

Tsukasa returns in Kamen Rider Taisen. He is informed by Shotaro that both Heisei and Showa Riders are starting a war. However, both are confronted and attacked by Black and Black RX , who saw the Heisei Riders as unforgivable nuisances. Shotaro asked Tsukasa to find the rookie Heisei Rider of Zawame, Kouta Kazuraba who was confronted by Takeshi Hongo, who had Mitsuzane killed and turned into a Lockseed, at Drupers. Once finding Kouta at Drupers, he helps Kouta with leading the Heisei side. He, Haruto, Kota, Takumi, and Keisuke soon realized that almost all Riders have been brainwashed by Ren Aoi/Kamen Rider Fifteen into fighting one another, which is also how Hongo became so ruthless, and eventually calls a truce to stop the war and restore the Riders' alliance together. Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai

Appearances in other mediaEdit

Non-canon TV appearanceEdit

Kamen Rider GEdit

"You are the only one who can save this world."
―Decade encourages G.[src]

At some point during his travels across the worlds, Decade came through a dimensional wall to a world which was home to Goro (Kamen Rider G), who was having a hard time fighting a Phylloxera Worm. Decade told G, who recognised Decade, that he was the only one who could save his world. Decade was soon followed by the Nine Heisei Riders through the dimensional wall behind him. Kuuga and Ryuki gave G their words of encouragement, then all ten Riders called out to him. With a boost in confidence, G got up and destroyed the Phylloxera Worm with his Swirling Rider Kick as the ten Heisei Riders vanished. Kamen Rider G


Kamen Rider Decade: The World of Tsukasa Kadoya ~The Garden Inside the Lens~Edit

In the novel which is the reimagination of the TV Series, Tsukasa is generally the same personality wise. But his world is different from the world in Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker movie. He has no sister and his parents live overseas. In the novel he’s described as a young NEET tired of his mundane life, the only thing he finds interesting is photography. He ends up stumbling upon an abandoned photo studio, inside he finds an old camera standing on a tripod. Tsukasa picks it up and peeks through the viewfinder. Through the viewfinder, Tsukasa sees a completely different world. Instead of a flimsy Eijiro Hikari that knocks down a backdrop, the group uses the camera to travel between worlds. In fact, Eijiro doesn’t even exist in the novel. The photo studio isn’t some ordinary photo studio that was just abandoned. It actually manifests itself in front of people that are tired of their own world and want to find a new world. Natsumi, Kaito and Narutaki, all found the photo studio in their own respective home worlds. In addition, Dai-Shocker, the evil organization itself never existed.

Tsukasa met Natsumi in the first unnamed world he traveled to. A world where monsters are attacking humans. Natsumi sees this and calls Tsukasa by the name ‘Decade’ and gives him the Decadriver, telling him he must transform. A confused Tsukasa goes along with it and becomes Decade for the first time. They travel to another world together and meet Daiki Kaito. He acts hostile towards Tsukasa, but still decides to follow the two on their travels.

With 6 A.R. Worlds discovered leaving Den-O, Kuuga and Kabuto's World unexplored, the trio arrived at The World of Den-O with Tsukasa’s clothes change into a doctor’s uniform as they arrive. Tsukasa meets Ryotaro, but his Imagin friends are missing. Tsukasa agrees to help him find them. The Den-O characters feel very off-character as their characteristics are different. Momotaros comes off as rather polite compared to his jerkish and self-centered TV counterpart, and actually refers to people by their real names instead of snarky nicknames. The Final Form Ride remains the same, as Tsukasa turns Den-O into Momotaros.

Arriving at Kuuga's World, Tsukasa is dressed as a painter and meets Yusuke Godai while having difficulties of remembering the name Decade and usually goes with “Kamen Rider Dickens.”

Despite being Kuuga’s world, Tsukasa doesn’t interact much with Godai.

Instead he meets a mysterious unnamed girl, with her sentences spoken in broken grammar. This girl approaches different men saying “Do you want me?” The girl is referred as Yuri after Tsukasa sees her holding a lily flower, yuri in Japanese. She asks the question to Tsukasa, but Natsumi doesn’t like it and uses her Laughing Pressure Point technique on him. Yuri takes a liking to Tsukasa and connects with him. Tsukasa says they are the same type of people, and relate to each other. But he reveals that he never really paid attention to her and never cared about her. From the start, Natsumi oddly suspects that Yuri is a Gurongi. This is never truly touched upon until the where Yuri reveals the truth and challenge the Riders into a fight. Her Gurongi group is not mentioned, but she’s described as a Moth, meaning she's of the Ba class of Gurongi. She causes people to explode by sticking moth scales from her wings on people. Decade and Kuuga defeat her together. Decade's Final Form Ride for this Kuuga is also different: while it retains the ability to transform Kuuga into the Kuuga Gouram, the Gouram is described as a rhinoceros beetle, despite it traditionally being a stag beetle, which is also the same insect Kuuga is based on. Godai gives Tsukasa a thumbs up as they leave.

They shortly move onto the world of Kabuto, where they meet Souji Tendou, still as arrogant and confident as ever, and considers himself as the strongest Rider ever. The group enters Bistro La Salle where Hiyori Kusakabe works. Hiyori sees Kaito and Tsukasa, dressed as ZECTroopers, claiming that the two of them ate without paying. Tendou hears this and is enraged. The three of them fight and Tendou actually beats them with only a pair of chopsticks. However, it turns out to be a pair of Worms that ate without paying. Tsukasa and Kaito are eventually captured by ZECT, only to have Tendou save them. Tsukasa thanks him and says that he never thanks people. Tsukasa starts respecting Tendou. For some inexplicable reason, Tendou has the Clock Up Attack Ride Rider Card and gives it to Tsukasa after he realizes that he is Kamen Rider Decade. Tsukasa uses the Clock Up card as Kuuga, meaning the Attack Ride cards aren’t restricted to their respective Riders in the novel. In the end, the Worms that impersonate both Tsukasa and Kaito have been defeated. As the fight is over the trio goes back to Tsukasa’s world.

Between all the traveling, a vampire has been attacking in Tsukasa’s world, leaving behind drained corpses. The group investigates and they find out that Narutaki is the vampire. Just like the group, Narutaki originally had his own homeworld, but abandoned it to find a new one. However, he’s been traveling for so long that his mind has been deteriorating and can barely remember who he really is. He was originally a human, but somehow in his journeys, he had lost his humanity. The Kamen Riders have a very pure energy that Narutaki seeks to consume: the Rider Cards. Thus, he sends Kaito to steal them for him. Kaito reveals his betrayal towards the team and gives Narutaki Tsukasa's 9 Heisei Rider Cards and Narutaki reveals his real form: a red-hued demon.

Kaito suddenly has a change of heart, and sacrifices himself to save Tsukasa. All hope seems to be lost; Tsukasa even uses a Diend card with the DecaDriver, which turns him into a cyan-hued version of Decade. However all seems hopeless, as he was badly overpowered by Narutaki and reverts into human form again. Natsumi, who had just realized that she has special powers all along, creates a special card with the 9 previous Heisei Riders on it. Tsukasa uses it, which summons the previous 9 Heisei Riders to do their finishers onto Narutaki. They then turn into cards and attached themselves onto Decade, turning him into Final Kamen Ride: Tsukasa, which can be described as Complete Form without a K-Touch. Tsukasa then finishes off Narutaki via a Rider Kick. In his dying words, Narutaki wanted to destroy all worlds and then create his own ideal world. He dies looking at Natsumi, knowing that she had the power to do what he wished for.

With the crisis over, Tsukasa returns to his world and Natsumi decides to go with him and live in his world. When they return, Tsukasa finds an article where it says Tsukasa's world's version of Natsumi died after committing suicide due to worldly troubles.

A few decades later, an unchanged young Kaito revives and reappears in front of an elderly Tsukasa. Kaito tells him it’s time to visit Natsumi’s world. There they are greeted by a young Natsumi, and Tsukasa finds himself as a young man again. Kamen Rider Decade: The World of Tsukasa Kadoya ~The Garden Inside the Lens~

Kamen Rider: Battride WarEdit

"Quick, Canaria is counting on us!"
―Decade telling Wizard to quickly destroy the Mnemozyne.[src]
Battride Wars Kamen Rider Decade

Decade (Battride War).

Kamen Rider Decade appears as a Main Rider in the video game Kamen Rider: Battride War, which unites the riders of the Heisei era from Kuuga to Wizard.

In the game, Decade is the only character to picked 3 from 9 main pre-Decade's Heisei Kamen Ride Forms (mostly their main forms), in which Decade able to access his normal sword attacks with the other Kamen Rider's ground special attacks. While performing a finishing moves (Final Attack Ride) in some Kamen Ride Forms, it will revert back to Decade. His ultimate form, Complete Form can access an ultimate attacks anytime depends on the some Kamen Ride to be used on. Like Blade, Beast and Wizard Infinity Style, Decade can perform a normal aerial slash twice.

Decade's special attacks are:

  • Attack Ride:
    • Decade: Blast (rapid tap), Slash (three times)
    • Kabuto: Clock Up (Special 1: followed with dash slashing. Limited until Clock Over when no attacks (mainly normal to special 1 chains) or/and recently deactivated while being hit, using special 1 spam attacks or special 2 (Clock Up like special radial attack))
    • Hibiki: Ongekibou - Rekka, Onibi
    • Ryuki: Strike Vent, Guard Vent (first used)
  • Final Attack Ride: Dimensional Kick (for Complete Form is an Enchanted version of this move)

Kamen Rider: Battride War IIEdit


Decade Complete Form in Kamen Rider: Battride War II.

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Rider PowersEdit

He mostly appeared as Kamen Rider Decade. Only in Episode 14 of Kamen Rider Decade, he briefly transformed into Kamen Rider Den-O Sword Form after possessed by Momotaros.

Kamen Rider Decade's ending theme is entitled "Ride the Wind".

"Kamen Ride: Decade!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Decade

Kamen Ride: Decade


Kamen Rider Decade

  • Height: 192cm
  • Weight: 83kg
  • Punching Power: 4t
  • Kicking Power: 8t
  • Maximum Jump Height: 25m
  • Maximum Running Speed: 100m/6

Decade can transform into any previous Kamen Rider with access to that respective Rider's powers and weapons. However, during the battle against Kamen Rider Dark Kiva in the Nega World, Tsukasa has lost his power to transform into Kamen Rider Decade as well as all cards are turning into black. Later, Tsukasa was able to restore his power and all cards are return to normal. One of Tsukasa's particular gestures is dusting his hands, or running a hand along the blade of his sword, while fighting.

Through the Kamen Ride and Form Ride cards Decade can transform into any of the previous primary nine Heisei Era Kamen Riders and their forms, with the exception of their most powerful forms.

"Kamen Ride: Kuuga!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Kuuga

Kamen Ride: Kuuga

KRD-Decade Kuuga

Kamen Rider Kuuga Mighty Form

With the Kuuga card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Kuuga's Mighty Form.

Appearances: Episode 4, 16, Kamen Rider Taisen

"Form Ride: Kuuga Dragon!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Kuuga Dragon

Form Ride: Kuuga Dragon

KRD-Decade Kuuga Dragon

Kamen Rider Kuuga Dragon Form

Kuuga Dragon Form: With the Dragon Form card, Decade assumes Kuuga's Dragon Form, wielding the Dragon Rod.

Appearances: Episode 4

"Form Ride: Kuuga Pegasus!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Kuuga Pegasus

Form Ride: Kuuga Pegasus

KRD-Decade Kuuga Pegasus

Kamen Rider Kuuga Pegasus Form

Kuuga Pegasus Form: With the Pegasus Form card, Decade assumes Kuuga's Pegasus Form, wielding the Pegasus Bowgun. Tsukasa does not suffer from the same sensory overload that was depicted in the original series.

Appearances: Episode 16

"Form Ride: Kuuga Titan!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Kuuga Titan

Form Ride: Kuuga Titan

KRD-Decade Kuuga Titan

Kamen Rider Kuuga Titan Form

Kuuga Titan Form: With the Titan Form card, Decade assumes Kuuga's Titan Form, wielding the Titan Sword.

Appearances: Episode 4

"Kamen Ride: Kiva!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Kiva

Kamen Ride: Kiva

KRD-Decade Kiva

Kamen Rider Kiva Kiva Form

With the Kiva card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Kiva's Kiva Form.

Appearances: Episode 6, 12, 15

"Form Ride: Kiva Garulu!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Kiva Garulu

Form Ride: Kiva Garulu

KRD-Decade Kiva Garulu

Kamen Rider Kiva Garulu Form

Kiva Garulu Form: With the Garulu Form card, Decade assumes Kiva's Garulu Form, wielding the Garulu Saber.

Appearances: Episode 6, 12

"Form Ride: Kiva Basshaa!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Kiva Basshar

Form Ride: Kiva Basshaa

KRD-Decade Kiva Basshaa

Kamen Rider Kiva Basshaa Form

Kiva Basshaa Form: With the Basshaa Form card, Decade assumes Kiva's Basshaa Form, wielding the Basshaa Magnum.

Appearances: Episode 6

"Form Ride: Kiva Dogga!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Kiva Dogga

Form Ride: Kiva Dogga

KRD-Decade Kiva Dogga

Kamen Rider Kiva Dogga Form

Kiva Dogga Form: With the Dogga Form card, Decade assumes Kiva's Dogga Form, wielding the Dogga Hammer.

Appearances: Episode 6

"Kamen Ride: Ryuki!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Ryuki

Kamen Ride: Ryuki

KRD-Decade Ryuki

Kamen Rider Ryuki

With the Ryuki card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Ryuki. Decade can also travel through mirrors like the original Ryuki.

Appearances: Episode 8, 9, 18, 19, 20, 27, Super Hero Taisen

"Kamen Ride: Blade!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Blade

Kamen Ride: Blade

KRD-Decade Blade

Kamen Rider Blade Ace Form

With the Blade card Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Blade's Ace Form.

Appearances: Episode 10, Super Hero Taisen

"Kamen Ride: Faiz!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Faiz

Kamen Ride: Faiz

KRD-Decade Faiz

Kamen Rider Faiz

With the Faiz card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Faiz, initially sealed after being used once. Regained when Tsukasa teaches Takumi that protecting those dear matters regardless of who he is.

Appearances: Episode 1, 16, All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, 28, Super Hero Taisen

"Form Ride: Faiz Axel!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Faiz Axel

Form Ride: Faiz Axel

KRD-Decade Faiz Axel2

Kamen Rider Faiz Axel Form

Faiz Axel Form: With the Axel Form card, Decade assumes Faiz's Axel Form. While in the original series, this form moved at the speed of sound for only 10 seconds, Decade's version allows him to match the Worms and the ZECT Riders' Clock Up system which moves at the speed of light.

Appearances: Episode 16, 27

"Kamen Ride: Agito!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Agito

Kamen Ride: Agito

KRD-Decade Agito

Kamen Rider Agito Ground Form

With the Agito card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Agito's Ground Form.

Appearances: Episode 14, 26

"Form Ride: Agito Storm!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Agito Storm

Form Ride: Agito Storm

KRD-Decade Agito Storm

Kamen Rider Agito Storm Form

Agito Storm Form: With the Storm Form card, Decade assumes Agito's Storm Form, wielding the Storm Halberd.

Appearances: Episode 14

"Form Ride: Agito Flame!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Agito Flame

Form Ride: Agito Flame

KRD-Decade Agito Flame

Kamen Rider Agito Flame Form

Agito Flame Form: With the Flame Form card, Decade assumes Agito's Flame Form, wielding the Flame Saber.

Appearances: Episode 14

"Kamen Ride: Den-O!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Den-O

Kamen Ride: Den-O

KRD-Decade Den-O

Kamen Rider Den-O Sword Form

With the Den-O card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Den-O's Sword Form.

Appearances: Episode 16, 24

"Form Ride: Den-O Rod!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Den-O Rod

Form Ride: Den-O Rod

KRD-Decade Den-O Rod

Kamen Rider Den-O Rod Form

Den-O Rod Form: With the Den-O Rod Form card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Den-O Rod Form. This card does not appear in the television series, but is featured in Hobby Japans Detail of Heroes book on Decade.

"Form Ride: Den-O Ax!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Den-O Axe

Form Ride: Den-O Ax

KRD-Decade Den-O Axe

Kamen Rider Den-O Ax Form

Den-O Ax Form: With the Den-O Ax Form card, Decade assumes Den-O's Ax Form.

Appearances: Episode 19

"Form Ride: Den-O Gun!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Den-O Gun

Form Ride: Den-O Gun

KRD-Decade Den-O Gun

Kamen Rider Den-O Gun Form

Den-O Gun Form: With the Den-O Gun Form card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Den-O Gun Form. This card does not appear in the television series, but is featured in Hobby Japans Detail of Heroes book on Decade.

Decade once transformed into Gun Form when he used the Kotae wa Kiitenai card and uttered Ryutaros' signature phrase and performed his signature pose.

Appearances: Episode 16

"Form Ride: Den-O Wing!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Form Ride Den-O Wing

Form Ride: Den-O Wing

KRD-Decade Den-O Wing

Kamen Rider Den-O Wing Form

Den-O Wing Form : With the Den-O Wing Form card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Den-O Wing Form. This card does not appear in the television series, but is featured in Hobby Japans Detail of Heroes book on Decade.

"Form Ride: Kabuto Masked!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
KRD-Decade Kabuto Masked

Form Ride: Kabuto Masked

Kabuto Masked Form: With the Kabuto Masked Form card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Kabuto Masked Form. This card is not used in the series, but in the S.I.C Hero Saga side story, Masked Rider Decade: World of Stronger where Decade uses this card to protect himself from Delza Army General Steel's steel shaft. Unlike the other Form Ride Cards, this card transforms Decade into the default form of the Rider instead of a mid-upgraded form.

"Kamen Ride: Kabuto!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Kabuto

Kamen Ride: Kabuto

KRD-Decade Kabuto

Kamen Rider Kabuto Rider Form

With the Kabuto card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Kabuto's Rider Form, used once before its power is sealed. Regained when Tsukasa taught Mayu the true meaning about her Grandmother's saying of looks being deceiving while praising Souji's family bonds. As seen in Super Hero Taisen, Decade can access the Kabuto Kunai Gun in this form.

Appearances: Episode 1, 18, All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, Super Hero Taisen

"Final Kamen Ride: Kabuto Hyper!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Final Kamen Ride Kabuto Hyper

Final Kamen Ride: Kabuto Hyper

KRD-Decade Kabuto Hyper

Kamen Rider Kabuto Hyper Form

Kabuto Hyper Form: With the Kabuto Hyper Form card, Decade transforms into Decade Kabuto Hyper Form in SIC Hero Saga, World Of Stronger to fight Stronger Charge Up Form, but was defeated.

"Kamen Ride: Hibiki!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Hibiki

Kamen Ride: Hibiki

KRD-Decade Hibiki

Kamen Rider Hibiki

With the Hibiki card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Hibiki, used once before its power is sealed. Its silhouette turned black after Hibiki's metamorphosis into Gyūki. Regained after Asumu becomes Hibiki and Tsukasa learns the true meaning of the Ongekidō.

Appearances: Episode 1, All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, Super Hero Taisen

Kamen Ride Skull

Kamen Ride: Skull

It is unknown if Decade has the ability to transform into Kamen Rider Skull, as he is only a movie-exclusive Rider, but Skull's card has a black background, similar to the Rider Cards for the main Riders, which may mean it can change Decade.

Like the Heisei Riders, Decade is shown owning Rider Card versions of the 15 Showa Kamen Riders, but is seen only using one of the cards.

"Kamen Ride: 1 (Ichigō)!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Ichigo

Kamen Ride: 1

With the 1 card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider 1. He was never seen using it onscreen, but was seen using this form when fighting a supposed Akarenger from the past in Super Hero Taisen.

Kamen Rider Decade use Kamen Ride 1

Kamen Rider 1

"Kamen Ride: 2 (Nigō)!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Nigo

Kamen Ride: 2

With the 2 card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider 2, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: V3!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride V3

Kamen Ride: V3

With the V3 card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider V3, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: Riderman!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Riderman

Kamen Ride: Riderman

With the Riderman card, Decade transforms into Riderman, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: X!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride X

Kamen Ride: X

With the X card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider X, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: Amazon!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Amazon

Kamen Ride: Amazon

With the Amazon card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Amazon, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: Stronger!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Stronger

Kamen Ride: Stronger

With the Stronger card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Stronger, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: Skyrider!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Sky Rider

Kamen Ride: Skyrider

With the Skyrider card, Decade transforms into Skyrider, but it is never seen in the series. However, in Movie War 2010, Decade defeats and reduces Skyrider to nothing more then a Rider Card

"Kamen Ride: Super-1!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Super-1

Kamen Ride: Super-1

With the Super-1 card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Super-1, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: ZX!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride ZX

Kamen Ride: ZX

With the ZX card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider ZX, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: Black!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Black

Kamen Ride: Black

With the Black card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Black, the first time he received this card it was stolen by Diend to be used to call Black, claiming that Decade can't use the card just yet.

"Kamen Ride: Black RX!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Black RX

Kamen Ride: Black RX

With the Black RX card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Black RX, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: Shin!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride Shin

Kamen Ride: Shin

With the Shin card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider Shin, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: ZO!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride ZO

Kamen Ride: ZO

With the ZO card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider ZO, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kamen Ride: J!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Kamen Ride J

Kamen Ride: J

With the J card, Decade transforms into Kamen Rider J, but it is never seen in the series.

"Kuuga, Agito, Ryuki, Faiz, Blade, Hibiki, Kabuto, Den-O, Kiva! Final Kamen Ride: Decade!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
Strongest Complete Form

Strongest Complete Form

Final Kamen Ride Decade Complete

TV Series: Final Kamen Ride Decade Complete
Novel: Final Kamen Ride Tsukasa Complete

Gold Mode

Complete Form

  • Height: 199cm
  • Weight: 102kg
  • Punching Power: 12t
  • Kicking Power: 16t
  • Maximum Jump Height: 50m
  • Maximum Running Speed: 100m/4

Complete Form (コンプリートフォーム Konpurīto Fōmu?) is the true form of Decade that is able to manipulate the power of other Riders' final forms, accessed through the K-Touch once he regains the powers of all of the Heisei Kamen Riders. Referred to as the "King of the Rider Worlds", he wears the Decade Complete Kamen Ride Card on his helmet, embedded in the Decade Crown, and the others' Kamen Ride Cards on his chest. When Complete Form features the most powerful forms of the Heisei Kamen Riders on the cards (as seen in the Super Adventure DVD, Movie War 2010, and Kamen Rider Wizard Episode 53), this version of Complete Form is called Strongest Complete Form (最強コンプリートフォーム Saikyō Konpurīto Fōmu?). In the novel, Natsumi creates a Kamen Ride card which Tsukasa as Kamen Rider Decade Cyan Version uses it which summons all 9 Heisei Riders to perform their finisher attacks at Narutaki before they could turn themselves into Rider Cards and attached to Decade into becoming Final Kamen Ride Tsukasa which is a cyan version of Decade Complete Form only without the K-Touch.

Appearances: Episode 21 (Ryuki Survive, Faiz Blaster, Kabuto Hyper), 22 (Kiva Emperor), 23 (Hibiki Armed), 24 (Den-O Liner), 25 (Blade King), 26 (Kabuto Hyper), 27 (Agito Shining), All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker (Jumbo Formation), World of Televikun (Strongest Complete Form), 29 (Faiz Blaster), 30 (Ryuki Survive), 31 (Diend) Movie War 2010 (Strongest Complete Form), Kamen Rider Wizard episode 53 (Strongest Complete Form)

"Final Form Ride: De De De Decade!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Kamen Rider Decade Complete Form Jumbo Formation

Final Form Ride Decade Decaderiver

Final Form Ride Decade Decadriver

In Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, Kamen Rider Diend uses a Final Form Ride card that turns Decade into the Jumbo Decadriver (ジャンボディケイドライバー Janbo Dikeidoraibā?), a larger version of the Decadriver which is worn by a Diend Kamen Ride Card-summoned Kamen Rider J to transform into Decade Complete Form Jumbo Formation (ジャンボフォーメーション Janbo Fōmēshon?). This complete form is identical in appearance to the regular, except he is J's Jumbo size, and does not wear the K-touch but the Decadriver on his belt buckle.

"Kamen Ride: Decade!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Decade Violent Emotion

Decadeviolent formfullarmor

Another look of Decade Violent Form

  • Height: 192 cm.
  • Weight: 83 kg.
  • Punching Power: 5 tons
  • Kicking Power: 10 tons
  • Maximum Jump Height: 30 meters
  • Maximum Running Speed: 100 meters per 5 seconds

For most of the first act of Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Double & Decade: Movie War 2010, Decade assumes his dark rider form called Kamen Rider Decade Violent Emotion (仮面ライダーディケイド激情態 Kamen Raidā Dikeido Gekijōtai?). This form is Decade's false final transformation into the destroyer of worlds, with Decade's body in a lighter shade of magenta, the eyes assuming a more sinister appearance, and the normally yellow Signal Pointer (the light on Decade's helmet) is violet. While this form appears similar to Decade's normal form, it is drastically stronger, both possessing greater combat capability (enough to go toe-to-toe with Kuuga Ultimate Form and destroy countless other riders) and able to use Attack Ride cards such as Clock Up without having to transform into the associated Rider first.

Kamen Ride Diend

Kamen Ride: Decade


Kamen Rider Decade Cyan Version

Cyan Decade

Cyan Decade in the net movie.

In the novel, Tsukasa uses Kaito's DiEnd Kamen Ride card which transforms him into a cyan colored Decade.

A cyan Decade was previously glimpsed in the third installment of the net movie series Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders Super Spin-off, Petition! Diend Super Machine Legend!!, when he entered Toei's Rider Machine Planning Room (Color Adjustment Room). There he saw his Machine Decader bike also colored cyan, refered to as the "Machine Diender", it was promptly taken by a green-colored Diend.

"Sword Form!"
―Transformation announcement[src]



Kamen Rider Den-O

  • Height: 190cm
  • Weight: 87kg
  • Punching power: 5t
  • Kicking power: 7t
  • Maximum jump height: 35m
  • Maximum running speed: 100m/5.2s

Tsukasa was also once possessed by Momotaros, who then used the Den-O belt to transform into Sword Form to fight the Mole Imagin.

When possessing Tsukasa (or anyone else) or by himself, Momotaros can assume Den-O's Sword Form through the Terminal Buckle, the first and most used form in the series. When in Sword Form he uses the DenGasher as a standard sword-style weapon. This form is the most balanced among Den-O's forms, probably due to Momotaros' prominence among the other Imagin. He occasionally forms different finishers for defeating enemies, despite parts 2, 3, and 5 being similar to each other. He also uses a Special Version in I'm Born which resembles the aforementioned parts, the only difference is that Full Charge is used twice. There is also a Final Version used against the Death Imagin which uses energy from the other Taros, Sieg, and Kamen Rider Zeronos. In the Cho Den-O series Sword Form also has a triple Roundhouse Rider Kick that Momotaros dubs his "Super Finishing Attack." The DenKamen Mask resembles two halves of a peach, which is based on the story of Momotaro.

Equipment Edit




Main article: Decadriver
  • Change announcement: KAMEN RIDE
  • Form Change announcement: FORM RIDE
  • Attack announcement: ATTACK RIDE
  • Rider Form change announcement: FINAL FORM RIDE
  • Final attack announcement: FINAL ATTACK RIDE
  • Decade Complete announcement: FINAL KAMEN RIDE

Tsukasa transforms into Decade through the use of the Decadriver belt that is based around the Rider Cards. By inserting a card into the Decadriver, Decade can invoke the cards' abilities. In Complete Form, the Decadriver is moved to the right side of his belt where Decade inserts his Final Attack Ride Cards and activates them by touching the Decadriver's window.

Ride Booker Edit


Rider Booker

Main article: Ride Booker

Decade's primary weapon is the Ride Booker (ライドブッカー Raido Bukkā?) which has three modes: the default Book Mode (ブックモード Bukku Mōdo?), which is placed on the left side of his belt and holds the Rider Cards that Decade uses in his arsenal, Gun Mode (ガンモード Gan Mōdo?) which can be used to execute the Dimension Blast (ディメンションブラスト Dimenshon Burasuto?) finisher and Sword Mode (ソードモード Sōdo Mōdo?) which can be used to execute the Dimension Slash (ディメンションスラッシュ Dimenshon Surasshu?) finisher.

When fighting Gyūki, Decade briefly fought as Ryuki with a red bullfighting cape adorning the blade of Sword Mode. In either Mode, Decade primarily uses the Ride Booker in the place of the Heisei Kamen Riders' signature weapons, regardless if in the form of blades or firearms, unless it is weapons with a nature like that of Kuuga's, Agito's, or Kiva's.

Rider CardsEdit

Main article: Rider Cards


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Main article: Final Kamen Terminal K-Touch

The Final Kamen Terminal K-Touch (ファイナルカメン端末ケータッチ Fainaru Kamen Tanmatsu Kētatchi?) is a special touchscreen cell phone. Originally from the World of Negatives in the possession of the Dark Riders, the K-Touch was designed to attach onto the Decadriver replacing the card slot, which is moved to his right hip, allowing Decade to transform into Complete Form. In this form, Decade can still use his Ride Cards by inserting them in the card slot and touching its visor, allowing Decade to summon the powers and weapons of the ultimate form of any of the previous Kamen Riders. When a Rider is summoned, the cards on Complete Form's chest and shoulders change to match the Rider's specific Kamen Ride card and the summoned Rider copies Decade's motions. When activating the K-Touch's functions in Complete Form, any of the Nine Heisei Riders present will be transformed into their most powerful form. In Hyper Battle Video, K-Touch seemed has a function to summon all previous Heisei Riders in their respective ultimate form without Decade pressing the buttons of the K-Touch.

Final Kamen RideEdit

  • Ryuki Survive: Summons Kamen Rider Ryuki Survive, armed with the Drag Visor-Zwei. Using the Ryuki Final Attack Ride Card allows Decade to execute a Burning Saber-style attack alongside Ryuki Survive.
  • Faiz Blaster: Summons Kamen Rider Faiz Blaster Form, armed with the Faiz Blaster. Using the Faiz Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to execute a Photon Buster-style attack alongside Faiz Blaster Form.
  • Kabuto Hyper: Summons Kamen Rider Kabuto Hyper Form. Using the Kabuto Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to execute a double Hyper Kick or a Maximum Hyper Cyclone (armed with the Perfect Zector in Gun Mode) alongside Kabuto Hyper Form. Also used by default form Decade to transform into Decade Kabuto Hyper Form in SIC Hero Saga, World Of Stronger to fight Stronger Charge Up Form, but was defeated. Also used again by Decade Complete to fight Stronger Charge Up Form but unfortunately beaten by Stronger Charge Up' Super Stronger Electric Kick.
  • Kiva Emperor: Summons Kamen Rider Kiva Emperor Form, armed with the Zanvat Sword. Using the Kiva Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to execute a Final Zanvat Slash-style attack alongside Kiva Emperor Form.
  • Hibiki Armed: Summons Kamen Rider Armed Hibiki, armed with the Armed Saber. Using the Hibiki Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to execute an Ongeki Ha: Kishin Kakusei-style slash alongside Armed Hibiki.
  • Den-O Liner: Summons Kamen Rider Den-O Liner Form, armed with the DenKamen Sword. Using the Den-O Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to execute a Train Slash-style attack alongside Den-O Liner Form.
  • Blade King: Summons Kamen Rider Blade King Form, armed with the King Rouzer. Using the Blade Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to execute a Royal Straight Flush-style attack alongside Blade King Form.
  • Agito Shining: Summons Kamen Rider Agito Shining Form, armed with the Shining Caliber. Using the Agito Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to execute a double Shining Clash-style attack alongside Agito Shining Form.
  • Kuuga Ultimate: Summons Kamen Rider Kuuga Ultimate Form. Using the Kuuga Final Attack Ride card allows Decade to channel flames from his hand alongside Kuuga Ultimate Form. This K-Touch option is not used in the television series but however appeared in Kamen Rider Battride War.

In Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story, Kuuga and Den-O's options are changed to Rising Ultimate (ライジングアルティメット Raijingu Arutimetto?) and Super Climax (スーパークライマックス Sūpā Kuraimakkusu?, written as "Chou Climax" on the card) respectively, including the card on Decade Complete Form's chest armor.


Machine DecaderEdit


Machine Decader

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Decade riding the Machine Decader.

Main article: Machine Decader

The Machine Decader (マシンディケイダー Mashin Dikeidā'?) is Decade's personal Honda DN-01. Like Decade himself, the Decader can assume the form of the respective Rider's Machines.The bike can also transforms into previous Rider Machines as it exhibits this ability when Decade (as Faiz) transforms the Decader into the Auto Vajin and Side Basshar (as Decade's Violent Emotion).

Decade Bazooka Edit


Decade Bazooka

Main article: Decade Bazooka

The Decade Bazooka (ディケイドバズーカ Dikeido Bazūka?) is a firearm weapon of Decade's that is only seen in the Kamen Rider Decade: Protect The World of Televi-Kun Super Adventure DVD. To tie in with the DVD, the Decade Bazooka is constructed from cardboard punchouts and glue by Yusuke Onodera, much like prizes given out with issues of the Televi-Kun magazine. Though it expands from its original toy-like size to the size of a full bazooka when given to Decade, it clearly remains a cardboard prop, though this does not impede its functionality as a weapon.



Tsukasa Kadoya is portrayed by Masahiro Inoue (井上 正大 Inoue Masahiro?), who reprised his role in Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen and in episode 52 and 53 of Kamen Rider Wizard. In his appearance in OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders, Decade was voiced by an unidentified voice actor. While disguised as Kamen Rider 1 in Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen, he is voiced by Tetsu Inada (稲田 徹 Inada Tetsu?). In Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z, Kamen Rider Decade's voice was provided by Katsuhiro Suzuki (鈴木 勝大 Suzuki Katsuhiro?), who plays Hiromu Sakurada/Red Buster in Tokumei Sentai Go-BustersIcon-crosswiki.

As Kamen Rider Decade, his suit actor was Seiji Takaiwa (高岩 成二 Takaiwa Seiji?), who has been the suit actor for the majority of leading Kamen Riders in the Heisei era (except Kuuga and Hibiki). In Super Hero Taisen and Kamen Rider Taisen, his suit actor was Jun Watanabe (渡辺 淳 Watanabe Jun?).


Tsukasa's surname translates to Gate (?) Arrow (?) which reference the Dimensional walls he is associated with, while his given name means Gentleman (?).

In Popular CultureEdit

Haiyore! Nyarko-san episode 3 contains an extended reference to Decade in the rooftop lunch scene. Cuuko teases Nyarko with a cake from the legendary space bakery DK-Do, owned by a man named D. Endo. The cake is said to be a limited 10th anniversary special production, and is modeled on the Decadriver; additionally, when Nyarko explains about the bakery to Mahiro, its name appears in black and magenta stripes, while D. Endo's is represented with black and cyan. Later on, Nyarko transforms her pet Shantak-Bird into a motorcycle, with her remarking "This may tickle a bit. Heck, it'll only hurt for a moment;" in the light novels, this Final Form Ride-style forced transformation is explicitly stated to be one of Nyarko's unique special powers.

  • Additionally, Nyarko's favorite television show is Iron Striver, a tokusatsu show made on Earth that serves as an obvious homage to the Kamen Rider franchise. A brief segment of the show seen in the OVA episode "How to Defeat a Kind Enemy" shows it to mostly be based off of Decade, with the main character physically resembling Tsukasa and using with a card-reading belt that forms the word "StriveRide" to transform. Said segment also features direct quotes from Decade, with Striver telling the villains "Bring it on! I'll destroy everything!"

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Decade's name is taken from the English word decade as Decade is the 10th of the Heisei run of the Kamen Rider Series, evidenced by the Roman numeral X (ten) on his chest.
  • His logo features the numbers 453 and 145 below the bar code. These digits correlate to the English letters A, C, D, and E to form the word "DECADE".
  • He is also the first Rider to have a series that crosses over with a Super Sentai TV show, in this case Samurai Sentai Shinkenger, though the honor of being the first Rider to appear in a crossover belongs to his rival Kamen Rider Diend.
  • Even though he can copy all previous riders, he lacks the power of Riders from the Showa Era, any extra Rider, and any Kamen Rider after him.
    • However, he eventually transforms into Kamen Rider 1 in Super Hero Taisen, which shows that he can change into any of the 15 Showa Riders.
  • As said in the Net Movies, Decade is the Heisei Era equivelant of Kamen Rider ZX.
  • The name "Gekijōtai" (激情態?) is a pun on the word for "theater" (劇場 gekijō?), which literally translates as "Fury Form". The May 2010 issue of Hyper Hobby magazine, as well as S.H. Figuarts toyline, officially translates this name as "Violent Emotion", a literal translation of gekijō (激情?) and omitting any translation for tai (?).
  • Ever since Decade, Rider Belts are referred to as "Drivers" until Mage's Belt. Although Kamen Rider Gaim continue this tradition with the Sengoku Driver and Genesis Driver.
  • Tsukasa is the only Rider to have no definitive type, but in the end he always becomes the hero, not an anti-hero through the series until movie war (Super Hero Taisen doesn't count due to it being just his plan to defeat his enemy).
  • When Decade transforms into another rider, usually his belt does not change. But it is revealed that the belt can change appearance in Super Hero Taisen via holographic imaging.
  • Decade is currently the last primary rider to not have multi-forms (this is due to the other form changes considered as just copying and not his actual ability).
  • Tsukasa is the last primary Rider to make his debut in the first episode of his own series, as the following Riders, except for Gaim, make their debut as a cameo appearance in the Summer Movie of their predecessor.
  • He is one of three Kamen Riders to borrow a Super Sentai's power. The other two are Ryuki and Blade.
    • Coincidentally, he has done it twice (the first from Shinkenger).
  • Tsukasa is one of 2 leader figures that are human and not some manner of kaijin, the other being The Real Man and Woman from Kamen Rider Hibiki. Hiroshi Tennoji, Ryubee Sonozaki, Doctor Maki, and Mitsuaki Gamou are also human leader figures but they later became an Undead, a Dopant, a Greeed, and a Zodiarts respectively. Out of all of them Tsukasa is the only one to resign from his leader position.
  • He is the only Primary Rider that doesn't have a primary weapon that suits to his Final Form.


See AlsoEdit


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