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|This article is about a/an episode in Battle Fever J.|
Battle Fever discovers a plot by Egos to assassinate people instructed by others at a cost of the requester's willpower.
A student named Miyoko, comes home having been beaten for the top spot in her class by her classmate Hidemi. She prays hard to curse her rival, and Egos answers her prayers by killing Hidemi, making it appear as a suicide. Meanwhile, a businessman named Sakuta wants to be promoted to Chief of Kaguya Commerce. His rival Nakai then mysteriously dies in a car crash, right in front of Battle France and Miss America. Battle Fever traces Miyoko and Sakuta to a place called Future Dojo, where if you pray hard enough all your dreams will come true (because Egos will curse your rivals). This is how Egos recruits members. So Battle France, Shida Kyosuke, infiltrates Future Dojo to expose Egos.
- This episode as one of the first seven episodes (bar 4 and 6), which had Kenji Ushio playing Commander Hedder, was edited so that Ushio was replaced by Masashi Ishibashi as Hedder after he replaced him in the role starting from episode 9.
- During the investigation of Egos' lab, the sound of the TARDIS can be heard in the background.
Battle Fever J Volume 1 features episodes 1-11.