Least of all when you have to face severe dysphoria.
At least it wasn't all bad. I went and spent some time getting stuff for Red Hood Rider done. Albeit stuff that won't appear for a long, long time. Specifically, I outlined each rider's Super Mode, each rider's evolved weapon, each rider's upgraded power, and each rider's unique special ability.
In this case, D.D.'s super mode (which is actually the first super mode shown in-comic!) is Phoenix Flame: her body becomes pure fire, and she sprouts feathered wings of fire. Her evolved weapon is, as previously established, the Behemoth Blade. All riders gain new powers and abilities, but her most notable upgraded power is her mini-nuke. And as previously established, her special ability is basically a form of stealth.
Whitney's super mod is Frost Dragon (which I want to draw today), where her helmet transforms to become more beastly and dragon-like, gaining icy spike protrusions, a blue/green (not quite cyan) eye visor, her arms become icy and fuse with her weapons, which transform to be two gunblades made of ice (longswords which can shoot ice spikes), and she gains frozen bat wings. I don't think she gains any weapons, but then again, she's the most experienced of riders anyway. Similarly so for powers. Her special is, as established, her cloaking ability/sniper mode.
Vili's one of the ones I need to figure out a super mode for. Her weapon is the true form of her shooting star spirit totem, a clawed gauntlet. She gains a lot of powers, but the signature one I'm naming (or renaming) Divine Star, basically a supercharged blast of pure focused energy. Her special ability is, as established, her rifle.
Gary's super, I'm thinking is just his Gaia's Wrath form, but maybe done without needing Hannah/Sally. His weapon would be the jet sword, the focused water basically cutting through intense psi. He gains various powers, but the main upgrade he has is the wave-based powers, like sound. His special is, as established, his healing water.
Sally's super, I blogged about before, but it would be her beehive/queen bee ability with the drone swarm. Her weapon would be turning her threads monomolecular. She doesn't really gain any notable powers, but she grows in a lot of ways so I'm not going to go out of my way to give her some signature power. Her unique special ability is her spirit totem being used as a beam sword when she's not transformed.
Hannah's super, similar to Gary's, would probably just be a more permanent Gaia's Wrath form. I don't think she needs an evolved weapon, especially since said form grants her a really good shield, and she doesn't exactly like fighting in the first place. She explicitly doesn't really gain much in the way of powers, but that's because she's one of the strongest riders already. Her unique power was, as noted, her Unlimited Canvas ability.
Amy's got no super, and I think I'm okay with that, because she unlocks the group super. (Sentinel mode.) I don't think she gains a weapon, but I don't think she needs to gain one. If I think there's a weapon missing from my cast, I'd probably give it to her, but I've covered my bases pretty thoroughly. (I suppose this would allow me to use that twisted sword design?) If I gave her a special unique ability, I don't remember, but it'd be listed with the other powers above when I originally blogged about them, so I'd have to check there.
And Ruby, of course, has her three super modes (more than the others because "duh, Chosen One?"). Arbalest Armor (defensive, but very good offense anyway), Archangel (offensive, but still very good defense), and Dark Messiah (vampire/darkness powers). Her weapons involve various bows, her staff, her claws, and eventually dual monomolecular whips of her own. While she has many various abilities, the only one of real note she unlocks is the sunburst/supernova shot. And, obviously, her special ability is to remain in female form without any magical fatigue.
Most of this is just review, but it's good to have all in one place. (Which would, ideally, be a word document. But here on my blog works, too, I guess.)