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Kamen Rider Samurai

By sentairanger

Action / Adventure

Fruitlock One: Orange Arrives From the Sky...Quick Run!

In 2026 in the city of Bunkerdome, the corporation known as Pantheon controls all aspects of life. They sell consumer and military products and are innovators in various fields. Jack Yeager, CEO of Pantheon has always made it his goal to retain all the power he wants and to amass all the wealth in the world. He prepares for a meeting with his shareholders and summons Sarah Storms who is his CFO.

"Tell me Storms, is everything in place?"

"Yes sir."

"Good, we'll do a trial run tonight and see where things go okay?"

"You got it sir."

Sarah welcomes the shareholders and they begin their daily meeting on the stock. Meanwhile, back in the city two dance teams have been duking it out at the park. One dance team led by Xavier Lands and Owen Trusdale and another led by James Dalton and Russell Howard dance off to see who the better dance team is. A crowd had been forming and among the crowd is Cade Winters who has returned from college and is heading to the frozen yogurt place. He meets up with his sister Jane who had returned home from school.

"Hey sis, how was school?"

"Good."

"Did you forget that we have to take shifts back at the shop?"

"No, I didn't forget."

"Good, because we have to look after the shop while mom's out on her errands."

"I got it, sheesh."

"Come on, I'll buy you a froyo."

They head to the frozen yogurt place called Jammin' Froyo and they get their usual strawberry vanilla frozen yogurt. Just as they are enjoying their treats, Cade notices a strange portal near the parking lot. He gets up and gets Jane to join her. They touch the portal and are suddenly teleported.

"Whoa, where the heck are we?"

"I don't know, but let's find a way out of here. Come on, don't get lost."

The two walk endlessly to try to find a way out of the mysterious forest. Suddenly, Jane spots a lock in the shape of an orange and a strange device with a knife.

"Hey look, is that a belt?"

"I don't know, but let's check it out."

Cade checks out the belt and the belt latches itself on to his waist and this scares him.

"Did you see that?"

"I know, and I can't even take it off."

"Maybe you should try this thing, maybe it will take it off."

"I don't know, but-"

A green monster suddenly appears and they run off in fear. They try to find a way out of the forest until another portal appears and they jump into it. Cade and Jade end up at a port where they proceed to find their way back home.

"Okay, let's get the hell out of here."

"Cade, look!"

"Oh great, you gotta be kidding me. Jane, get going. I'm gonna see if I can kill it."

Cade tries to fight the monster, but without any formal martial arts training he falls flat. He begins to bleed uncontrollably and he is about die until a mysterious figure approaches him and points to the fruit lock. Cade is confused to who the young woman is, but he reluctantly activates the switch and suddenly a giant orange appears out of a zipper. He puts the lock into the belt, where it proceeds to say "Lock On!" He then hits the sword switch which activates the belt and the belt says "Orange Arms!" The orange falls on him and forms a samurai suit.

"What the hell am I?!"

The monster tries to fight him, but he shakes him off. Confused at first, he picks up his Orange saber and slashes the monster again and again. Then he pulls out his Musou saber and with the encouragement of the mysterious woman, he combines the swords and realizes that he can use them against the monster. The woman appears again, takes his lock off and places it on the saber. He is still confused, but his sword unleashes an attack that destroys the monster.

"Orange au lait final strike!"

Cade takes the belt and lock off and is confused as to what happened. Jane had been watching him and is surprised that he survived the encounter.

"So what now Cade? How are we supposed to explain this to mom?"

"I don't know, but let's not. I don't even know what happened so let's get back to the shop and never talk about this to anyone."



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