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**Interestingly, both episodes are feature the firefighting theme (Mashin Fire in Kiramager and firefighters in Zero-One).
 
**Interestingly, both episodes are feature the firefighting theme (Mashin Fire in Kiramager and firefighters in Zero-One).
 
*'''Pre-Credits Scene''': Mashin Fire asks Juru his would-be-name as a car, but loudly expresses relief and annoyance at being christened "Mashin Makka."
 
*'''Pre-Credits Scene''': Mashin Fire asks Juru his would-be-name as a car, but loudly expresses relief and annoyance at being christened "Mashin Makka."
*This episode title is based on {{Nihongo|''{{W|Makai Tensho}}''|魔界転生|Makai Tenshō|lit. Hell Reincarnation}}, a historical fantasy novel by Futaro Yamada..
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*This episode title is a reference to {{Nihongo|''{{W|Makai Tensho}}''|魔界転生|Makai Tenshō|lit. Hell Reincarnation}}, a historical fantasy novel by Futaro Yamada.
   
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

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Episode 1: The Mashin Are Born![1] (魔進誕生! Mashin Tanjō!) is the first episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager. It features the debut of the Mashin and Juru's full debut as Kiramei Red.

Synopsis

A once peaceful day has now suddenly been lost. The Army of Darkness, Yodonheim, have buried the crystal kingdom of Crystalia into deep darkness, and have set their sights on an invasion of Earth. Descending from the sky comes a fearsome creature known as a Jaguchihirudon who destroys the city alongside several Bechat foot-soldiers on the ground, plunging the city into a massive panic. However, there is no need to fear, for there are heroes on Earth who can save everyone from this unprecedented crisis! The Kiramagers, four warriors with shining spirits, who were granted the power of the Kiramai Stones from the fallen kingdom of Crystalia to fight against the Yodonheim Army. Meanwhile, the princess of Crystalia, Mabushina, searches for a fifth warrior whose spirit resonates with the last Kiramai Stone. It was just then when she noticed an ordinary high schooler by the name of Juru Atsuta, who would always continue to draw even in the midst of a calamity.

Plot

to be added

Cast

Guest Cast

Suit actors

Errors

  • It is shown in the episode that Juru chooses the vehicle for the rangers, but the suits and the changer themselves suggest the vehicles even before Juru becomes a ranger.

Notes

  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider Zero-OneIcon-crosswiki episode 26, Firefighters Battling The BlazeIcon-crosswiki.
    • Interestingly, both episodes are feature the firefighting theme (Mashin Fire in Kiramager and firefighters in Zero-One).
  • Pre-Credits Scene: Mashin Fire asks Juru his would-be-name as a car, but loudly expresses relief and annoyance at being christened "Mashin Makka."
  • This episode title is a reference to Makai Tensho (魔界転生 Makai Tenshō, lit. Hell Reincarnation), a historical fantasy novel by Futaro Yamada.

External Links

References

  1. TV Asahi and Toei TV spell out "Episode" in katakana


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