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Next Time On Kamen Rider Ghost: Episode 42

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Next Time On Kamen Rider Ghost: Episode 42

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The Gamma world is finally explained in Episode 42 of Kamen Rider GhostShocking! The secret of the Hermit!

Episode 42: Shocking! The secret of the Hermit!
Written by Keiichi Hasegawa
Directed by Kyohei Yamaguchi

Aedis makes an attempt to stop Adel but had it not been for Takeru’s intervention, he would have perished. At the Tenkuji Temple, Aedis finally explains the workings of the Gamma world, whose origin is something completely unexpected for the rest. Aedis was behind the creation of the Eyecons and the Gammizers.

Adel makes an appearance again and it is now Makoto who gives his all facing him. However, he is defeated and suffers major injuries.

Adel tries to connect to the Great Eye again and he is rejected.

“The key is Takeru Tenkuji.”

Adel’s anger now fully directed towards Takeru, he makes a third appearance in the human world and this time Alain faces him.

Sources: TV-Asahi, Toei

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