Kamen Rider Saber Episode 29: Kamen Rider Saber is a Japanese tonkatsu drama set in Toei Company’s Kamen Rider Series. The series premiered on September 6, 2020 and was the first of the Kamen Rider series to debut on TV Asahi. This show also commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Kamen Rider franchise. Kamen Rider Saber follows the story of Kamimaya Touma, a bookstore owner and novelist. He has to save the imaginative world of books from monsters. Touma becomes the main rider, Kamen Rider Saber, who wields a sword with the power of a dragon.
The anime is quite violent, with scenes of blood and character deaths. If such things trigger you, I would recommend that you think twice before watching this anime.
Kamen Rider Saber Episode 28, Chapter 28: Writing the Past, Drawing the Future aired March 28, 2021. In this episode Ryoga Shindai appeared briefly and the sealing of the Fuusouken Hayate took place.
The episode opens with Master Logos cheerful and smiling to himself as he awaits the return of the Omniscient Book. Meanwhile, Kento leaves the guild while on a journey to seal the Seiken. He thinks how important it is for him not to hesitate in his mission. The editor-in-chief, Yuki, asks Mei to ask Touma to write a sequel to his bestselling book “Lost Memory,” which was a hit at the time of its release. She also discussed how Mei had become much stronger after she affected Touma.
Touma defeats Leegilei:
Touma learns that the primitive dragon was very lonely, because all his companions had died. He decides to help him and forges a new Wonder Ride Book. He calls it the Elemental Dragon. With this he beats Leegilei for the last time. Touma is happy to help the Sad Dragon, and happier to now join his friends and help them defeat Zooous, Storious, and the SoL Traitor. They all discuss what the Calibur showed as the future, and what Daichi said to Touma, and how similar it is to what Kento said.
Tetsuo and Yuuri talk about the wise men.
Ren tells Rintaro that he is leaving to find Kento-kun. Even after Rintaro’s memories of Kento’s mission to seal all of the Seiken, Ren is undaunted. He believes he doesn’t need rescue from Kento. Mei, in the north, hesitantly asks Touma to write a sequel at Yuki’s request. Touma agrees, as he believes now is the best time to do so. He goes on to summarize how his first book was the result of his first meeting with Luna and how Kento proposed to him to become a novelist. He sums up the show in its entirety and shows us what he will include in its sequel. Master Logos and Reika also summarize what they know so far. They discuss how it is time to get rid of Touma.
Kento Battles with Ren and Touma:
In the south Ren finds Kento. But Kento apologizes and then attacks him. They fight, even though Ren doesn’t want to. Kento seals one of Ren’s swords and begs him to understand that this is the only way to save the world. Touma arrives and asks Kento what he saw. He doesn’t answer, so Touma has no choice but to fight him.
Kento admits while fighting that he saw the future as his father had, so he knows the only way to save the world was to betray his comrades. Touma still beats him, Kento insists he will go according to his plan, even if it results in his own death. Ren promises to save Kento no matter what. Back to the north, Mei sees the Wonderworld in the sky, but pushes it away as mere hallucination.
The episode ends with Master Logos declaring that the Omniscient Book is ready. A mysterious figure, Ryoga, who should be the last Rider, appears, and Rintaro makes an important decision.