Their plan is to collapse the entire city by creating holes and placing bombs in it and once the bombs are simultaneously triggered, the city will fall into ruin and the ones making the holes and placing bombs is the Dorira Dogler, the first Dogler that is not composed on two monsters. Norio discovered the plan by accident and ends up getting attacked by Tube. Norio then became the key element in this episode as he knows the plan and once he reaches any of the Maskmen, this will be the end of their plan.
Turns out that he can obtain the God Hand when a person awakens his Aura Power and since Takeru already did the necessary step to obtain God Hand, the only thing that's left is to unleash it... but Sugata tells us that they only unleashed half of their Aura Power. Wait just a minute, does this mean that the Maskmen still haven't unleashed their full potential yet? Guess I will expect a lot from then as the series progressed.
Takeru's meditation and flash backs on how he obtained the Aura Power made the scene really cool. Causing me to question, can Takeru obtain the God Hand and why the heck the Dorira Dogler didn't disturb Takeru's meditation? Norio witnessing Takeru unleash his Aura Power made him shed tears, it's a nice touch to this scene as it' has been Norio's dream to see the God Hand in action and witnessing the first step in obtaining the God Hand means that someday, he can learn God Hand if he continues to train his body.
The giant fight in this episode is better than the previous two giant fights since they tried using different angles during the scene and that the played more with the one-on-one fight this time, unlike the previous episodes that features two monsters and all I see is them using energy tentacles to fight the Great Five and not double team it. Another thing that I liked about the giant fight is that we see the Great Five perform the God Hand, though not as a finisher, it is just neat to see its hand glows with awesome power and used it to slowly grasp its victory before slashing it with the Photo Electron Riser.