Jet! Defeat the Double Death Blade!
|"Jet! Defeat the Double Death Blade!" |
("JETTO yo sou ya ken wo yabure")
|Production company||Ashi Productions|
|Airdate||25 September, 1986|
|Written by||Hideki Sonoda|
|Directed by||Makoto Nagao|
Rod isn't the only one who likes the ladies.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Gyandlar captain Lord Glovine leads the Devil Satan 6 and other troops to attack a martial arts dojo in Bird ran by Rury, searching for signs of the Wolf Emblem. Glovine is a former student of the dojo, leaving after he became bored of the lack of action, though he still has some noble traits. After stopping One from beating Rury and threatening her young students they find a marking on the building and prepare to investigate it when Rom Stol, Rod Drill and Blue Jet arrive and drive them off before Triple Jim and Leina arrive. Rury collapses from her injuries and is helped by Jet; he and Drill teach the students at the Dojo to allow Rury to rest as Rom, Leina and Jim talk to her about the Wolf Emblem. She tells them it was put there by Kirai 15 years before, but she doesn't know any more about it. Jet meanwhile is romancing her and considering staying on as a teacher at the Dojo when Glovine reappears and challenges him to a duel. Against Rury's wishes he agrees and follows Glovine away from the Dojo.
The duel is a ruse, however, allowing Diondra to lead an attack on the others. She is joined by Garudi, sent down from the Gyandlar ship in orbit. He challenges Rom and seems to be matching him. Jet meanwhile is able to overcome and mortally wound Glovine, despite getting an injured shoulder. The Gyandlar captain tells him of the plan with his dying words and Jet sets off for the dojo. There Rom and Garudi are in a stalemate, but the Gyandlar troopers have seized Leina as a hostage. Jet arrives in time to save her, giving Rom the chance to transform into Kenryū. The Gyandlar retreat but Jet to collapses from his injury. Once he has healed the group moves on, though Jet promises to return to Rury and the dojo once the Gyandlar are defeated. Rom meanwhile reflects on the power and odd familiarity of Garudi.
Featured characters[edit | edit source]
(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Kirai died three months before the events of this episode.
- When he visited the dojo, Rury was just a child; Battle Robo, Supercar Robo and Buggy Robo were among the early students.
- Glovine slices one of One's legs off for his treatment of Rury.
Home video releases[edit | edit source]
- Laser Disc