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Episode 4: Princess of the Lost World (亡国のプリンセス Bōkoku no Purinsesu) is the fourth episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager. It features the debut of Darkness Megabeast Mecha Smog Jouki, the White Kiramai Stone, and a brief appearance of the leader of Yodonheim, Emperor Yodon.


The Kiramagers return to CARAT HQ after successfully defeating a Jamen monster. While there, they take in the information about the Yodon Army's recent attack and seemed to have noticed the lack of a subsequent Jyajyu creature. However, what seemed to have taken its place was a jet-black Kiramai Stone, which is floating ominously in the air. "It can't be..." Mabushina's own anxiety starts to form as she rushes to the scene with the Kiramagers. It was just then that the jet-black Kiramai Stone transforms into a locomotive-type vehicle with a strange face, and is headed straight for the Kiramagers. Then the individual who descends from within it is none other than Mabushina's uncle, and the traitor to Crystallia... now Yodonheim's Demon General Galza, who reveals his scheme to assassinate the princess to ensure her kind's permanent extinction, for she is the sole survivor of her home-planet's massacre.


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Guest Cast

  • Princess Mabushina (Child): Mikoto Sasaki (佐々木美琴 Sasaki Mikoto)

Suit actors


  • Juru exposed Galza's lies by noting that Crystalians make a distinct jingling noise when they laugh. After being exposed Galza laughs and indeed the jingling noise can be heard. However, when he laughs a second time, once gaining his armor, the jingling noise can not be heard. 


  • Viewership: 3.3%
  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider Zero-OneIcon-crosswiki.png episode 29, Our Dreams Don't BreakIcon-crosswiki.png.
  • Pre-Credits Scene: Mabushina and Muryou discuss Sena and Tametomo's argument about the unseen Neanderthal Jamen from the beginning of the episode.
  • The title of this episode is a reference to the film Aegis (亡国のイージス Boukoku no ījisu, lit. "Aegis of the Destroyed Country").
  • The first jersey Muryou wore resembles a jersey that players on the Denver Broncos wear. His second jersey resembles a Cincinnati Bengals jersey.
  • This episode marks the first appearance of the Basra Type Jamen Beasts.

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