List of Kamen Rider Kiva Episodes

List Of Kamen Rider Kiva Episodes

This is a list of episodes of the 2008 Japanese television series Kamen Rider Kiva. Each episode title combines a word or phrase relating to music and a phrase more directly related to the episode. A symbol from musical notation is used to separate these two halves of the episodes' titles (an exception is the finale, which uses the music end barline at the end of the title).

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... Finale "Finale The Inheritors of Kiva" "Fināre Kiba o Tsugu Mono" (フィナーレ・キバを継ぐ者) Toshiki Inoue January 18, 2009 After Wataru has proclaimed himself the new King of ... With the Arms Monsters' aid, the Kivas dispatch of the Fangires before resuming their fight as the Bishop is stopped from meddling by Nago, who trained with Megumi to ... moment to attack, easily beating the two Kivas single-handily before throwing Wataru off a cliff ...

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