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Episode FINAL: You Guys Shined (君たちがいて輝いた Kimitachi ga ite Kagayaita) is the forty-fifth and final episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager. It is the final episode of the show's four-part finale and features the final defeat and death of Emperor Yodon and Yodonna, as well as a brief reappearance of Shadon (via flashback). Although it is only via illustration, the Zenkaigers make a brief cameo in this episode.
Juru has returned. Galza was the one who saved him from the pit of darkness and despair after falling at the hands of Emperor Yodon's vicious attack. The darkness that opposed Juru so many times regained its brilliance in the end. Finding meaning within Galza's tragic and ephemeral life, Juru received the strength to fight for life as Carantula mourns the end of his ally. No one has ever survived going against Emperor Yodon. However, that history is all about to change thanks to Tametomo, Sena, Shiguru, Sayo, Takamichi, and Juru. These are the six shining warriors who were able to change the hearts of their enemies. Meanwhile at CARAT HQ, Mabushina, Mr. Hakataminami, and all the Mashin proudly watch over their beloved team members. "Emperor Yodon, we are the heroes who protect this Earth! Mashin Sentai Kiramager! And we won't let you have your way!"
As the six Kiramagers reunite, Emperor Yodon also regenerates. Carantula comments that as long as the emperor's mask remains intact, he cannot be defeated. He also tells the Kiramagers that Yodon would only take his mask off to feed on their corpses once he defeats them, which angers Takamichi. However, this information gives Juru an idea.
In Emperor Yodon's mind, a dying Yodonna asks what she is to him. The emperor reminisces that he was a snake born from the sea of corruption. After forging and donning his very first mask, Yodon defeated countless foes, who then became his food. As he grew powerful, his mind created two new personalities, Yodonna and Shadon, symbolizing the abhorred companionship that he subconsciously yearned for. Thus, Yondonna represents the weakness in his heart. Hearing that, Yodonna is pleased that with her death, the emperor will become unstoppable. As Yodonna dies and her mask disintegrates, Emperor Yodon celebrates that he is now a singular existence.
At that moment, Mashin Jouki appears and rams into him, but the villain easily repels it. Kiramaizin and Drijan engage the emperor, determining to destroy his mask with all their Kiramental. Mashin Mach, Shovellow, Helico and Jetter take turn to hit the mask with their attacks, which is followed by a Gigant Crash from Drijan, knocking the emperor down. However, Yodon easily stands back up, which shocks the Rangers. He then throws a supercharged Yodon Destroyer at the two robots and seemingly kills them. Pleased with his victory and the defeat of his foes, Emperor Yodon takes his mask off, ready to devour his enemies' remains. Suddenly, unseen attacks hit him and knocks the mask out of his hand. From another direction of the battlefield, Kiramaizin and Drijan appear out of nowhere, completely unscratched. A confused Yodon demands explanation from the heroes. Juru reveals himself at Yodon's feet, holding Illusia Kanaema Stone. The Red Ranger explains that while the team attacked the emperor, he secretly approached and used the stone to cast an illusion on him, making him think that he had defeated them and fooling him into removing his mask. With his mask removed, Emperor Yodon is hit with a real Gigant Crash from Drijan, which destroys his giant form and shrinks the villain to a normal size.
Angered by this sudden development, Emperor Yodon calls the heroes insects, who are nothing but his food. However, Princess Mabushina appears and rebukes his claim, reminiscing how heroic and wonderful the six have been. Six Kiramagers perform once last roll calls before putting their helmets on. Yodon summons several powerful Bechats to assist him fight the Rangers. As a tactical thinker, Kiramai Yellow directs Blue, Pink and Silver to take care of the grunts, while he, Red and Green wait for their chance. Sena is given the Destoria Stone while Juru is asked to charge the Kiraful Go Arrow. As the Yondonheim's line of defense gets thinner, Tametomo sees an opening to the emperor, so he tells Sena to ram the stone at him. However, Yodon easily blocks her attempt and knocks the stone out of her hand. Grabbing this chance, Tametomo uses Kiramai Shot to bounce the falling stone up. Juru then fires the Kiraful Go Arrow through it, creating a Sparkling Phoenix Destoria Special finisher, which hits Emperor Yodon's head. Disbelieving that he has lost, the villain finally collapses and explodes. All the corrupted humans, including Mizuki Kakihara, return to normal. The Rangers and Mabushina burst into tear celebrating their ultimate victory.
Three months later, Juru, using a special projector device developed by CARAT, is able to remotely communicate with his teammates at CARAT headquarters. Juru informs them that Carantula, who is now in charge of Yodonheim and focusing on painting, has promised that the empire would never invade other worlds again. He then asks what they were discussing, to which they answer that they were talking about his mysterious synchronization with King Oradin. However, they come to a conclusion that his synchronization was nothing but a lovely coincidence, much to his disappointment. Mabushina and Takamichi finally appear as projections in the room, but the Kiramai Stones are unable to be displayed. Muryou decides to reverse the display and project the Kiramagers to Crystalia instead. The heroes are happy to reunite with their Kiramai Stones. Mabushina makes an announcement that, after Crystalia Kingdom was restored by the Kanaema Stones, she has decided to step in as the new queen of the kingdom, since their father is still a bird and their mother is still a headdress. She also announces that Crystalia Kingdom has made gigantic statues of the five Kiramages to honor their heroic feats. As the Rangers admire their monument, Mizuki appears in the projection and complains to Juru about his new drawing of her, which is dwarfed by a drawing of some mysterious team. Juru explains that the drawing was inspired by his Kiramental. Mizuki drags Juru out of the meeting to make him draw another one for her, which makes his teammates surprised and delighted. As Juru is so inspired, he runs around the playground in joy as his girlfriend chases after him. The screen is concluded with a Juru's drawing of all six Kiramagers, their Kiramai Stones and their allies.
- Juru Atsuta (熱田 充瑠 Atsuta Jūru): Rio Komiya (小宮 璃央 Komiya Rio)
- Tametomo Imizu (射水 為朝 Imizu Tametomo): Rui Kihara (木原 瑠生 Kihara Rui)
- Sena Hayami (速見 瀬奈 Hayami Sena): Yume Shinjo (新庄 由芽 Shinjō Yume)
- Shiguru Oshikiri (押切 時雨 Oshikiri Shiguru): Atom Mizuishi (水石 亜飛夢 Mizuishi Atomu)
- Sayo Oharu (大治 小夜 Ōharu Sayo): Mio Kudo (工藤 美桜 Kudō Mio)
- Takamichi Crystalia (クリスタリア宝路 Kurisutaria Takamichi): Kohei Shoji (庄司浩平 Shōji Kōhei)
- Muryou Hakataminami (博多南 無鈴 Hakataminami Muryō): Daimaou Kosaka (古坂大魔王 Kosaka Daimaō)
- Princess Mabushina (マブシーナ姫 Mabushīna-hime, Voice): Inori Minase (水瀬 いのり Minase Inori)
- Mashin Oradin (魔進オラディン Mashin Oradin, Voice): Tomokazu Sugita (杉田 智和 Sugita Tomokazu)
- Mashin Fire (魔進ファイヤ Mashin Faiya, Voice): Kenichi Suzumura (鈴村 健一 Suzumura Ken'ichi)
- Mashin Shovellow (魔進ショベロー Mashin Shoberō, Voice): Mitsuo Iwata (岩田 光央 Iwata Mitsuo)
- Mashin Mach (魔進マッハ Mashin Mahha, Voice): Kenji Akabane (赤羽根 健治 Akabane Kenji)
- Mashin Jetter (魔進ジェッタ Mashin Jetta, Voice): Genki Okawa (大河 元気 Ōkawa Genki)
- Mashin Helico (魔進ヘリコ Mashin Heriko, Voice): Yuki Nagaku (長久 友紀 Nagaku Yuki)
- Mashin Zabyun (魔進ザビューン Mashin Zabyūn, Voice): Hiroyuki Yoshino (吉野 裕行 Yoshino Hiroyuki)
- Mashin Hakobu (魔進ハコブー Mashin Hakobū, Voice): Tetsu Inada (稲田徹 Inada Tetsu)
- Emperor Yodon (ヨドン皇帝 Yodon Kōtei, Voice): Kazuhiro Yamaji (山路 和弘 Yamaji Kazuhiro)
- Mask of Darkness Carantula (闇の仮面遣いクランチュラ Yami no Kamen Tsukai Kuranchura, Voice): Yasuhiro Takato (高戸 靖広 Takato Yasuhiro)
- Yodonna (ヨドンナ) : Nashiko Momotsuki (桃月なしこ Momotsuki Nashiko)
- Shadon (シャドン Shadon, Voice): Takaya Kuroda (黒田崇矢 Kuroda Takaya)
- Mizuki Kakihara (柿原瑞希 Kakihara Mizuki): Mizuki Saiba (西葉瑞希 Saiba Mizuki)
- Queen Mabayuine (マバユイネ王妃 Mabayuine Ōhi, Voice): Houko Kuwashima (桑島 法子 Kuwashima Hōko)
- Kiramai Red: Shigeki Ito (伊藤茂騎 Itō Shigeki)
- Kiramai Yellow: Masato Tsutamune (蔦宗 正人 Tsutamune Masato)
- Kiramai Green: Ryoko Gomi (五味 涼子 Gomi Ryōko)
- Kiramai Blue: Yasuhiro Takeuchi (竹内 康博 Takeuchi Yasuhiro)
- Kiramai Pink: Ayumi Shimozono (下園 愛弓 Shimozono Ayumi)
- Kiramai Silver, Mashin Henkei GigantDriller: Masashi Takada (高田 将司 Takada Masashi)
- King Oradin, Mashin Gattai Kiramaizin: Yohei Fujita (藤田 洋平 Fujita Yōhei)
- Princess Mabushina: Mizuho Nogawa (野川 瑞穂 Nogawa Mizuho)
- Mask of Darkness Carantula: Naoko Kamio (神尾 直子 Kamio Naoko)
- Emperor Yodon: Kazuya Okada (岡田 和也 Okada Kazuya)
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- As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider Saber episode 24, Chapter 24: On My Father's Back, the Future He Carried. Starting on March 7, Kiramager will be replaced by Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger in the Super Hero Time line-up.
- This episode title is a reference to You Guys Were Here and Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final, as Kiramager episode titles are references to Toei previous movies or series.
- Unlike the prior episodes, the credits for this episode plays during end of the final scene.
- Just like episodes 34 and 39, the title card appears before the opening song instead of after.
- As an allegory to facets or sides of a person, Emperor Yodon decides to rid himself of the facet of his that represents weakness, in Yodonna. This is in some ways similar to Sena in episode 37 where the fifth facet of Sena, which represented her negativity, attempted to end her existence in order for Sena to be stronger.
- In a first for the Super Sentai series, the next Sentai team is acknowledged within the final episode's story rather than just the handoff tag, with Juru sketching the Zenkaigers in his sketchbook before the end of the episode.
- Clips from Mashin Sentai Kiramager The Movie: Bee-Bop Dream and various other episodes appear in the flashback.
- This is the first finale since Shinkenger where the standard opening is used instead of a shorter version.
- TV Asahi's official preview for 君たちがいて輝いた
- Toei TV's official episode guide for 君たちがいて輝いた
- JAE's official episode guide for 君たちがいて輝いた
- As written on TV Asahi and the episode preview