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The 2013-2014 Kamen Rider series and the fifteenth entry in the franchise's Heisei era. It is the twenty-fourth series overall.

In Zawame City, not only are the dance teams the popular ones, but also the Inves Games, which are activated by mysterious devices called Lockseeds. All known lockseeds are fruit-themed. But, little does the public know, that some Inves have evolved and made their way into the city to wreak havoc. Fortunately, Kouta Kazuraba managed to find out about the situation, and uses a Sengoku Driver, and his very own Orange Lockseed to become the fruit and samurai themed Kamen Rider Gaim. But, he's not the only one to figure this out...

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