Mind control may be a terrible feeling when it comes to someone forcing you to do something against your own will, but being controlled by a puppet or puppeteer is actually worse than having your brain controlled. Why? Because you are performing terrible actions as you are forced to see it unfold in front of you.
With a hero's job comes the responsibility to track down the source and free those victims from the terrible grasp that binds them. Always on the job, the people of Go-Busters and Kamen Rider Wizard are ready to cut the hands and strings that manipulate innocent bystanders.
Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Episode 34
With eleven Messiah Cards scattered across the city, the Go-Busters are on alert to take down the rest of the Metaroids. Meanwhile, Jin is going through his own little problems that could result in the failure of the mission.
Jin's behavior was a bit of a surprise, since the entire team was on serious alert after the progress of Enter's new plan. Seeing how they extended the Megazord timer for this week, this manages to add a new level of danger to the story. Because those Messiah Metaroids don't play around, these segments will continue to create new ways to put the Go-Busters on high alert.
Part of my assumption was correct when I predicted that more robots will come with the new upgraded form, except that the color coding might open up for a sixth member. If not, then it might end up becoming a second robot for Hiromu to pilot, since Red tends to end up with a second machine in most of the previous shows. Then again, the new Buster Machine might also be a robot with a will of its own, so it might not get a pilot after all.
Kamen Rider Wizard Episode 7
So Manami did have an attachment after all, since she was bent on doing whatever she could to protect her most precious memory. Even though nothing was gained from the ending (In terms of a plot build up.), Medusa and Phoenix might start to take action soon.
If things are going the way I am seeing it, Wizard might start to shed more light on the proper requirements for summoning Wiseman. Either it's based on luck by getting the Gates into despair, or it might have to do with the total number of Phantoms that appear in our world.
Being a fan of dynamic drill attacks, I was a little disappointed with Wizard's finisher, since it lacked that flair that made Fourze's drill kick ridiculous. Since they are two different types of Riders, Wizard still has his own fabulous tricks that make him spectacular in his own way.
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