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|director =[[Katsuya Watanabe]]
 
|director =[[Katsuya Watanabe]]
 
|airdate = November 15, 2015
 
|airdate = November 15, 2015
|previous = Shinobi 36: Kinji, the Glorious Super Star
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|previous = Shinobi 36: Kinji, the Glorious Super Star!
|next =
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|next = Shinobi 38: The Witch Girl Loves Yakumo?
 
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==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
''to be added''
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Nagi has been assigned to write about a career he wants to have. However, he doesn’t have the clearest idea of how he wants to become the Last Ninja. Yoshitaka has him experience this path as if in an RPG. Nagi becomes the protagonist, playing himself. Takaharu is the warrior, Yakumo the wizard, Kasumi the priestess, Kinji the knight, and Fuuka the elf. Their mission is to defeat the great demon king Supparagon. However, the Yokai Mokumokuren appears, plotting to gather the fear of children addicted to video games by trapping them in the game. Nagi and the others encounter Mokumokuren and decide to confront him inside the game.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
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* {{nihongo|[[Kinji Takigawa]]|キンジ・タキガワ}}: {{nihongo|[[Hideya Tawada]]|多和田 秀弥|Tawada Hideya}}
 
* {{nihongo|[[Kinji Takigawa]]|キンジ・タキガワ}}: {{nihongo|[[Hideya Tawada]]|多和田 秀弥|Tawada Hideya}}
 
* {{nihongo|[[Yoshitaka Igasaki]]|伊賀崎 好天|Igasaki Yoshitaka}}: {{nihongo|[[Takashi Sasano]]|笹野 高史|Sasano Takashi}}
 
* {{nihongo|[[Yoshitaka Igasaki]]|伊賀崎 好天|Igasaki Yoshitaka}}: {{nihongo|[[Takashi Sasano]]|笹野 高史|Sasano Takashi}}
*{{nihongo|[[Shishi-Oh]]|獅子王|Shishiō|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Yukio Yamagata]]|山形 ユキオ|Yamagata Yukio}}
 
 
*{{nihongo|[[Kyuemon Izayoi]]|十六夜 九衛門|Izayoi Kyūemon|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Megumi Han]]|潘 めぐみ|Han Megumi}}
 
*{{nihongo|[[Kyuemon Izayoi]]|十六夜 九衛門|Izayoi Kyūemon|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Megumi Han]]|潘 めぐみ|Han Megumi}}
 
* {{nihongo|[[Masakage Tsugomori]]|晦 正影|Tsugomori Masakage|Voice}}: {{Nihongo|[[Ryūsei Nakao]]|中尾 隆聖|Nakao Ryūsei}}
 
* {{nihongo|[[Masakage Tsugomori]]|晦 正影|Tsugomori Masakage|Voice}}: {{Nihongo|[[Ryūsei Nakao]]|中尾 隆聖|Nakao Ryūsei}}
*{{nihongo|[[Advanced Yokai Mokumokuren]]|上級妖怪モクモクレン|Jō-kyū Yōkai Mokumokuren|Voice}}:
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* {{nihongo|[[Ariake no Kata]]|有明の方|Ariakenokata|Voice}}: {{Nihongo|[[Kotono Mitsuishi]]|三石 琴乃|Mitsuishi Kotono}}
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*{{nihongo|[[Yokai Mokumokuren]]|妖怪モクモクレン|Yōkai Mokumokuren|Voice}}: {{Nihongo|[[Kenichiro Matsuda]]|松田 健一郎|Matsuda Ken'ichirō}}
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===Guest Stars===
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*[[Teacher]]: {{Nihongo|[[Kazuki Muramatsu]]|村松 和輝|Muramatsu Kazuki}}
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==[[Nin Shuriken]]==
 
==[[Nin Shuriken]]==
[[File:Image.jpeg|thumb|Shukyoku Shuriken]]
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*[[AkaNinger]] - Goton (Fire Setting), [[Hououmaru]], UFO ([[UFOmaru]])
*[[AkaNinger]] - [[Chozetsu Shoubu Changer|Chozetsu]]
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*[[AoNinger]] - [[Seiryuumaru]]
*[[AoNinger]] -
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*[[KiNinger]] - Shukyoku, [[Genbumaru]]
*[[KiNinger]] - Shukyoku
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*[[ShiroNinger]] - [[Byakkomaru]]
*[[ShiroNinger]] -
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*[[MomoNinger]] - [[Pandamaru]]
*[[MomoNinger]] -
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*[[StarNinger]] - [[Magoimaru]]
*[[StarNinger]] -
 
   
 
==Errors==
 
==Errors==
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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
*As part of [[Super Hero Time]], this episode aired alongside ''{{KR|Kamen Rider Ghost}}'' episode 6, ''{{KR|Destiny! Reviving Melody!}}''.
 
*As part of [[Super Hero Time]], this episode aired alongside ''{{KR|Kamen Rider Ghost}}'' episode 6, ''{{KR|Destiny! Reviving Melody!}}''.
*'''[[Sealing Shuriken]] purified''': 30 out of 48
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*'''Viewership''': 3.8%
** '''In Ninningers' possession: 29'''
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*'''[[Sealing Shuriken]] purified''': 31 out of 48
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** '''In Ninningers' possession: 30'''
 
** '''In Kyuemon's possession: 1'''
 
** '''In Kyuemon's possession: 1'''
 
* '''Most fireworks in closing credits:'''
 
* '''Most fireworks in closing credits:'''
** '''Blue''':
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** '''Blue''': 3
** '''Red''':
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** '''Red''': 4
** '''Green''':
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** '''Green''': 3
** '''Yellow''':
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** '''Yellow''': '''5'''
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*Unlike in most episodes, this episode's scroll title card is in 16-bit pixellated English text due to the RPG video game theme of the episode.
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**During their quest in the computer game, the Ninningers have a random encounter with three Jukkarage. A text box appears on the screen that says ''"Wild Jukkarage draw near!"'' . This is a reference to random encounters in battle strategy RPGs such as the ''Pokémon'' or ''Final Fantasy'' series (the "draw near" string being a direct reference to the ''Dragon Quest'' series).
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**Each of the Ninningers represents a different class of character in RPGs, although Fuuka's is given as "Elf", which is a race (it would be more accurate to refer to her class as Archer or Ranger).
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**The text boxes also appear every time an action is performed in a battle, much like many standard turn-based RPGs.
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**The Item Drop feature of games such as ''Dragon Quest'' is how the Ninningers obtain the Legendary Keys to get the games version of the End Shuriken.
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**Yokai Mokumokuren gives Takaharu, Kinji, Fuuka and Kasumi (and likely Yakumo, when his MP is drained) status effects. Notably, when he "kills" Fuuka, Kasumi and Yakumo, they are simply said to be "trapped" in their coffins.
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*The status effect Yokai Mokumokuren puts upon Takaharu transforms his Ranger suit into the red bell pepper costume he wore in [[Shinobi 23: It's Summer! Ninja Courage Test|Episode 23]]
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== DVD/Blu-ray releases ==
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[[File:DSTD09530-d.jpg|thumb|315x315px|''Ninninger'' Volume 10, DVD cover]]
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Shuriken Sentai Ninninger Volume 10 features episodes 37-40: ''Shinobi 37: Shuriken Legend ~The Road to Last Ninja~'', ''[[Shinobi 38: The Witch Girl Loves Yakumo?]]'', ''[[Shinobi 39: Kibaoni's Son, Mangetsu Appears!]]'' and ''[[Shinobi 40: Look Out For Santa Claus!]]''{{-}}
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[[File:91lYzCdYKdL. SL1378 .jpg|thumb|255x255px|''Ninninger'' Collection 4, Blu-ray cover]]
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Blu-ray Collection 4 comes with 11 episodes.{{-}}
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==See Also==
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{{PR|Game Plan|Super Ninja Steel}} (story)
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{{PR|Tech Support|Super Ninja Steel}} (fight footage and story)
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://www.tv-asahi.co.jp/ninnin/contents/Next/cur/ TV Asahi's official preview for 手裏剣伝説~ラストニンジャへの道~]
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*[http://www.tv-asahi.co.jp/ninnin/contents/Story/0038/ TV Asahi's official preview for 手裏剣伝説~ラストニンジャへの道~]
 
*[http://www.toei.co.jp/tv/ninnin/story/1206521_2393.html Toei TV's official episode guide for 手裏剣伝説~ラストニンジャへの道~]
 
*[http://www.toei.co.jp/tv/ninnin/story/1206521_2393.html Toei TV's official episode guide for 手裏剣伝説~ラストニンジャへの道~]

Latest revision as of 00:30, April 26, 2020

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Shinobi 37: Shuriken Legend ~The Road to Last Ninja~ (手裏剣伝説~ラストニンジャへの道~ Shuriken Densetsu ~Rasuto Ninja e no Michi~) is the thirty-seventh episode of Shuriken Sentai Ninninger.

SynopsisEdit

Nagi has been assigned to write about a career he wants to have. However, he doesn’t have the clearest idea of how he wants to become the Last Ninja. Yoshitaka has him experience this path as if in an RPG. Nagi becomes the protagonist, playing himself. Takaharu is the warrior, Yakumo the wizard, Kasumi the priestess, Kinji the knight, and Fuuka the elf. Their mission is to defeat the great demon king Supparagon. However, the Yokai Mokumokuren appears, plotting to gather the fear of children addicted to video games by trapping them in the game. Nagi and the others encounter Mokumokuren and decide to confront him inside the game.

PlotEdit

to be added

CastEdit

Guest StarsEdit

Nin ShurikenEdit

ErrorsEdit

  • to be added

NotesEdit

  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider GhostIcon-crosswiki episode 6, Destiny! Reviving Melody!Icon-crosswiki.
  • Viewership: 3.8%
  • Sealing Shuriken purified: 31 out of 48
    • In Ninningers' possession: 30
    • In Kyuemon's possession: 1
  • Most fireworks in closing credits:
    • Blue: 3
    • Red: 4
    • Green: 3
    • Yellow: 5
  • Unlike in most episodes, this episode's scroll title card is in 16-bit pixellated English text due to the RPG video game theme of the episode.
    • During their quest in the computer game, the Ninningers have a random encounter with three Jukkarage. A text box appears on the screen that says "Wild Jukkarage draw near!" . This is a reference to random encounters in battle strategy RPGs such as the Pokémon or Final Fantasy series (the "draw near" string being a direct reference to the Dragon Quest series).
    • Each of the Ninningers represents a different class of character in RPGs, although Fuuka's is given as "Elf", which is a race (it would be more accurate to refer to her class as Archer or Ranger).
    • The text boxes also appear every time an action is performed in a battle, much like many standard turn-based RPGs.
    • The Item Drop feature of games such as Dragon Quest is how the Ninningers obtain the Legendary Keys to get the games version of the End Shuriken.
    • Yokai Mokumokuren gives Takaharu, Kinji, Fuuka and Kasumi (and likely Yakumo, when his MP is drained) status effects. Notably, when he "kills" Fuuka, Kasumi and Yakumo, they are simply said to be "trapped" in their coffins.
  • The status effect Yokai Mokumokuren puts upon Takaharu transforms his Ranger suit into the red bell pepper costume he wore in Episode 23

DVD/Blu-ray releases Edit

DSTD09530-d

Ninninger Volume 10, DVD cover

Shuriken Sentai Ninninger Volume 10 features episodes 37-40: Shinobi 37: Shuriken Legend ~The Road to Last Ninja~, Shinobi 38: The Witch Girl Loves Yakumo?, Shinobi 39: Kibaoni's Son, Mangetsu Appears! and Shinobi 40: Look Out For Santa Claus!

91lYzCdYKdL. SL1378

Ninninger Collection 4, Blu-ray cover

Blu-ray Collection 4 comes with 11 episodes.

See AlsoEdit

External linksEdit

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