|This article is about a/an episode in Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger.|
Bandora uses a fake Dragon Caesar to draw out Burai from the Lapseless Room, allowing her the means to destroy it even as Burai becomes worried about another who is about to die.
Burai dreams of riding a rickshaw into the land of the dea, and sees a young boy at a stop along the way. When he wakes up, he senses a crazed Dragon Caesar and leaves his 'Lapseless Room' without suspecting anything. When Burai arrives on the battlefield and plays his Zyusouken, the real Dragon Caesar appears. It is revealed that the Dragon Caesar that was running a rampage was in reality DoraGansaku. The whole purpose of the ruse was to pull Burai out of his `Lapseless Room' and trace his energy to detect its location. Bandora swiftly heads to the 'Lapseless Room' and Burai can't stop her from destroying it completely. On the verge of despair, Burai searches for the boy whom he envisioned in his dream. Burai finds the boy, Kouta—none other than a healthy, ordinary child. The hidden truth that innocent Kouta is destined to die soon like himself breaks Burai's heart, and Burai spends his last hours with Kouta. Meanwhile, the core Zyurangers find the last hope to save Burai's life: the life-restoring elixir hidden in the 'Sacred Land'. The core Zyurangers pray for mercy to the Shugozyus to enter the 'Sacred Land' and obtain the elixir. As a result, Goushi and Dan are teleported to the 'Sacred Land'. However, their five Dinobucklers are taken away by the Shugozyus. DoraGansaku in disguise as Daizyujin is still on rampage and its battle with Dragon Caesar causes heavy destruction of the city. Consequently, Kouta gets severely injured.
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- The American DVD release by Shout! Factory misspells Daizyuzin's name as Dairyuzin when DoraGansaku demonstrates his disguising abilities to the Zyurangers.
- Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger Volume 5 features episodes 41-50.
- The complete Zyuranger series was released in America by Shout! Factory in 2015.
- The Green Candle - Power Rangers counterpart in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Season 1). See comparison page.
- Return of the Green Ranger - Power Rangers counterpart in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Season 2). See comparison page. (Dragonzord's eyes gaining pupils while under control of the Wizard of Deception).