Template:ArticleDen-O The movie Farewell Kamen Rider Electric King: The Final Countdown introduces a new system, Kamen Rider Steam Ghost, an evil Kamen Rider system used by those who have control over the Ghost Train, a skull-faced steam-engine that transcends the world of the dead and the flow of time.


  • Nex - user of the Hijack form.
  • Ghost Imagin - user of the Skull form. Has a physical form, but chooses to taunt the Tarōs with Dwayne's body.
  • Dwayne Winfield - captured and possessed by the Ghost Imagin to act as a shield as well as for the 'poetic justice' of having him wipe out his entire ancestry.


Skull Form

Main article: Ghost Imagin
"Skull Form!"
―Transformation announcement[src]
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Skull Form is the form of Steam Ghost that is accessed when Dwayne Winfield is possessed by the Ghost Imagin. In Skull Form, Steam Ghost's Full Charge is the Terminate Flash using the sword of the Ghost Imagin. As the name and design implies, Skull Form's motif is the skeleton.

Hijack Form

Main article: Nex
"Hijack Form!"
―Transformation announcement[src]

Steam Ghost Hijack Form

Hijack Form is the form of Kamen Rider Steam Ghost that Nex accesses on his own. Hijack Form has a black and red color scheme, compared to Skull Form's black and gold color scheme, lacking the skull-theme. Hijack Form also performs the Terminate Flash, but does so with his Savage Gasher sword, which is a reconfigured DenGasher.


Steam Ghost Belt

Main article: Steam Ghost Belt

Like Den-O, by using the Rider Pass and the Steam Ghost Belt, A-Dwayne and Shiro are able to transform into Steam Ghost.

Ghost Train

Main article: Ghost Train

Ghost Train is a skull-faced steam-engine that transcends the world of the dead and the flow of time.


  • Though identified as one Kamen Rider, like Kamen Rider Electric King, Steam Ghost is actually more than one character.
  • Steam Ghost is visually based on a pirate and a killer whale.
  • The Kiba-like armor has an aged appearance, with rust and numerous scratches dotting its surface, keeping with the overall theme of death along with elements of the samurai and steam trains.