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* AdaptationalBadass: Takao had to put very little effort to defeat him in the manga. The anime has Ozuma defeating him on a regular basis.


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** [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in the manga, where during their first confrontation, initially he gives Tyson a good fight, but Tyson [[IAmNotLeftHanded is not even taking the fight seriously]] and then proceeds to unleash Dragoon's tornado attack, [[CurbStompBattle defeating Ozuma easily]]. [[LampshadeHanging Ozuma even remarks]] that he [[UnderestimatingBadassery underestimated]] Tyson. After this, all the four had to gang up on Tyson.


* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Happens to Garry once he unleashes Cyber Dragoon. It comes with free CreepyShadowedUndereyes.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Garry's fate after he collapsed is not given. If Yūya's fate is anything to go by, he's either dead, in coma, or has gone insane.

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* TheCameo: Garry, along with Chameleon and Bat, is among the characters who make a cameo in [=S3E5=]. It answers the WhatHappenedToTheMouse situation that ''V-Force'' left him in.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Happens to Garry once he unleashes Cyber Dragoon. Digital Dragon. It comes with free CreepyShadowedUndereyes.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Garry's fate after he collapsed is not given. If Yūya's fate is anything to go by, he's either dead, in coma, or has gone insane.
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* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Happens to Yūya once he unleashes Cyber Dranzer. It comes with free CreepyShadowedUndereyes.

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* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Happens to Yūya once he unleashes Cyber Dranzer.Digital Bird. It comes with free CreepyShadowedUndereyes.


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* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Forms this with Moses. She and he are the steady center of the Justice 5 and bond because they actually attend whatever the team is supposed to attend.


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* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Forms this with either Monica or Ming-Ming. He and Ming-Ming are the steady center of the Justice 5 and bond because they actually attend whatever the team is supposed to attend.

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* FamilyEyeResemblance: Every single member of the Saint Seals' clan has bright green eyes.


* DubInducedPlothole: In the original version, the Majestic 4 do not have a name. They're simply the Euro Team. The dub gave them the name Majestics. However, the story as it is has the members form a team for the first time, which specifically occurs in [=S1E38=]. A.J. Topper and Brad Best introduce them as the Majestics, which Ralf is surprised by and Johnny indifferent to, while Olivier and Giancarlo talk about how beyblade is not a team sport. Which leaves the question just who came up with "Majestics"? There's some implication Johnny created the name, but that would be at odds with him being the one insistently opposed to what's going on in the first place.



* AmazonBrigade: The Ming-Ming Band is the only all-female blader team in the regular franchise, enjoying only the company of the AlternateUniverse protagonist team of and the possibility of creating an all-female team in ''Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Gekisen! Team Battle!!''.

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* AmazonBrigade: The Ming-Ming Band is the only all-female blader team in the regular franchise, enjoying only the company of the AlternateUniverse protagonist team of ''Beyblade Taisen Seiryūden'' and the possibility of creating an all-female team in ''Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Gekisen! Team Battle!!''.



* PowerGivesYouWings

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* PowerGivesYouWingsPowerGivesYouWings: While beybattling, Brooklyn sprouts wings. He's the only one outside of the Barthez Soldat to do so. His wings are a case of GoodWingsEvilWings, because his white angel wings indicate his supernatural power and when he switches to black angel wings they still indicate his supernatural power and also that he's gone AxCrazy.



* FacialMarkings: A bindi.

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* FacialMarkings: A Garland wears a bindi.



* DarkSkinnedBlond:

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* DarkSkinnedBlond:DarkSkinnedBlond: Monica has medium brown skin and matte blonde hair. It runs in the family, though her hair is the lightest.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Moses and Monica are the only members of the family that are actually in the show. The rest is only shown in a photo. Moses does mention they all do their best to make Monica's treatment affordable, but they're not ever shown to be with her. Not even in the Japanese-only slideshow ending where, instead of Moses and Monica being with their family or something, the two of them attend a concert by the Ming-Ming Band.

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* HeroOfAnotherStory: Moses mentions they all do their best to make Monica's treatment affordable. So, that's their story, which the audience never gets to see a glimpse of.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Moses and Monica are the only members of the family that are actually in the show. The rest is only shown in given screentime as a photo. Moses does mention they all do their best to make Monica's treatment affordable, but they're group photo only. They're not ever shown to be with her. Not even in the Japanese-only slideshow ending where, instead of Moses and Monica being with their family or something, the two of them attend duo attends a concert by the Ming-Ming Band.


* DarkChick: She's the singular female member of the BEGA League, which are the main adversaries during ''G-Revolution''. She's also not on good terms with Hiromi, although this mostly Hiromi's doing.

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* DarkChick: She's the singular female member of the BEGA League, which are the main adversaries during ''G-Revolution''. She's also not on good terms with Hiromi, although this mostly is Hiromi's doing.



* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Venus.
* SomethingAboutARose: In Loli Form, Ming-Ming wears red roses lines with daisies as if it's OdangoHai. Ming-Ming's symbol in Queen Form is a lavender rose. She usually just holds it, but she can also send it off as a non-weaponized [[PetalPower petal storm]].
* TransformationSequence: From pop-star to beyblade fighter, she gains a somewhat more mature look and personality.

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Venus.
* SomethingAboutARose: In Loli Form, Ming-Ming wears red roses lines with daisies as if it's OdangoHai.OdangoHair. Ming-Ming's symbol in Queen Form is a lavender rose. She usually just holds it, but she can also send it off as a non-weaponized [[PetalPower petal storm]].
* TransformationSequence: From pop-star to beyblade fighter, she seems to roughly double in age and gains a somewhat more mature look and personality.the behaviour to match.



* JumpPhysics: He has rather improbable jumping abilities. He can jump from building sized cliffs and somehow slow his descent speed to land harmlessly on the ground.

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* JumpPhysics: He has rather supernatural improbable jumping abilities. He can jump from building sized cliffs and somehow slow his descent speed to land harmlessly on the ground.



* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Poseidon.


* AmazonBrigade: The Ming-Ming Band is the only all-female blader team in the regular franchise, enjoying only the company of the AlternateUniverse ''Saint Lolita'' team and the possibility of creating an all-female team in ''Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Gekisen! Team Battle!!''.

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* AmazonBrigade: The Ming-Ming Band is the only all-female blader team in the regular franchise, enjoying only the company of the AlternateUniverse ''Saint Lolita'' protagonist team of and the possibility of creating an all-female team in ''Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Gekisen! Team Battle!!''.



* ShoutOut: In an interview, director Yoshihiro Nagamori explained that he'd purposefully added elements of [[Anime/SailorMoon Sailor Moon]] to Ming-Ming. This makes it possible the design similarities between the band members and the first three senshi Sailor Moon met aren't a coincidence.

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* ShoutOut: SailorSenshiSendUp: In an interview, director Yoshihiro Nagamori explained that he'd purposefully added elements of [[Anime/SailorMoon Sailor Moon]] to Ming-Ming. This makes it possible the Ming-Ming, like her TransformationSequence. The interview doesn't say more, but Ming-Ming also definitely has traits of Sailor Venus and there are design similarities between the three band members and the first three senshi Sailor Moon met aren't a coincidence.Mercury, Sailor Mars, and Sailor Jupiter.

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The below list contains characters from the ''Anime/BakutenShootBeyblade'' portion of ''{{Franchise/Beyblade}}'' that can be considered of secondary prominence as well as any characters directly related to them.

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!Season 1 teams
!!Shell Killers (Blade Sharks)
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[[caption-width-right:500:The team name is ''Shell Killers'' (シェルキラー) in Japanese, ''Shell Sharks'' on Kai's trading card, and ''Blade Sharks'' in English and derived translations.]]
The initial antagonist team. It consists of three "layers": the leader, which is Kai Hiwatari before he joins the Bladebreakers, the Shitennō (original) or Four Horsemen (dub), the four elite members, and a lot of unnamed mooks whose only real purpose is numbers. The Shell Killers serve as the main opponent during the Japanese tournament.
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* EliteFour: Kai's immediate underlings are called the Four Horsemen in the dub and the Shitennō in the original version.
* GangOfBullies: Hiruta has a habit of acting on his own, but the rest uses numbers to pull stuff like theft, abduction, and bodily harm.
* NeverSayDie: Kai's trading card states he's the leader of the Shell Sharks. This suggests that the reason the team's name uniquely was changed is because of the "killer" part. "Shell" to "blade" was then likely done to sound better.
* StarterVillain: The Shell Killers are the first opposing team that has to be dealt with during a tournament.
* UndyingLoyalty: Not counting Hiruta, who has his own thing going on, but definitely true for the rest of the Shitennō in regards to Kai. It's not that obvious in the anime, but in the manga, not only did Kai kick them out of the Shell Killers for losing to Takao, but Hiruta even pointed out to them that losing to Takao was part of Kai's plan to gauge the other's beyblade skill. Despite this, they remain loyal to Kai and support and worry about him during the Japanese Tournament, while Kai keeps yelling at them that they're beneath him. They are last seen in [=I-V3C2=]. Then in [=I-V14C3=], they make a one-panel comeback as the audience cheering on Kai during the manga's closing match.
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[[folder:Makoto Hiruta (Carlos)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: マコト・蛭田/ Makoto Hiruta / Carlos]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Chiaki Morita (Japanese), Rob Stefaniuk (English)
A high-ranking Shell Killer who got kicked out for being defeated by Takao. Hiruta made it to the Japanese tournament on his own, but lost again. In the manga, he went on to become Daichi's first noteworthy opponent and supporter. He is the younger brother of Ayaka.
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* BackForTheFinale: The Japanese ending of ''G-Revolution'' features shots of many beybladers who have appeared in any of the three seasons. Hiruta hadn't appeared since [=S1E51=] and gets shown battling Rick. In an interview, director Yoshihiro Nagamori has said that they picked him because they wanted an equal, another street kid, to have as Rick's opponent.
* BlackSheep: Of the Shell Killers. He's the only one of the Shitennō who doesn't like Kai and openly rebels against him, though also openly is the one most in tune with Kai's beliefs of power at that time. After his defeat against Takao, he fully breaks with the Shell Killers and sets out on his own. In the manga, he becomes the first "mentor-opponent" to Daichi.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: There'd be many more to come, but Hiruta was the first character to undergo this. He's also one of the very few who doesn't immediately accept Takao's kindness. It's only during the final episode of season 1 that Hiruta is seen cheering for the Bladebreakers, along with the other Shitennō with whom he apparently made up. In the manga, it's Daichi he cheers for.
* EvilCounterpart: To Takao and Daichi, pre-DefeatMeansFriendship. With both, Hiruta takes the role of first "true" adversary, being above the rabble but also not elusive like Kai. Fittingly, Hiruta's (starter) beyblade is Kid Dragoon.
* {{Revenge}}: His beyblade gets destroyed by the other Shitennō and he himself gets kicked out of the Shell Killers. After this he rebuilds with an actual blade in it. He gets to play against his former teammates and makes sure they're an easy kill before going after Takao. The other three actually call him a traitor for it, but he argues he's merely following the Shell Killers' belief that might makes right.
* TheStarscream: To Kai. Hiruta is the most independent and ambitious of the Shell Killers and, unlike the others, not (that) afraid of going against Kai.
* StarterVillain: Overlaps with CompositeCharacter in the anime. He's the first mean opponent Takao deals with in the anime, which he gets to be by taking the role held by Nobuo in the manga.
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[[folder:Suzuka (Stuart)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: 鈴鹿 / Suzuka / Stuart]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Yoshiko Kamei (Japanese), Ari-Paul Saunders (English)
The leader of the remaining Shitennō after Hiruta's removal.
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* BareYourMidriff: Suzuka's style is VisualKei, which in his case includes the midriff look.
* BeautyMark: He's got one under his left eye, unless it's fake and applied as part of his go at Visual Kei.
* BigThinShortTrio: He's the thin one between him, Tsukuba, and Motegi.
* TheDragon: Either always was this to Kai or becomes this after Hiruta's removal.
* FashionableAsymmetry: Rocked the one-legged pants look well before Daichi did.
* TheStarscream: Not explicitly so to Hiruta, but the impression is raised that Suzuka got a promotion out of Hiruta's removal from the gang and was not in the least disappointed by it.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: His hair is a shade of indigo.
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[[folder:Tsukuba (Casey)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: 筑波 / Tsukuba / Casey]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Hitomi (Japanese), Dan Warry-Smith (English)
The smallest member of the Shell Killers, but no less vicious for it.
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* BigThinShortTrio: He's the short one between him, Motegi, and Suzuka.
* ChildishToothGap: Part childish, part rogueish. He's got a gap on the right.
* EyeObscuringHat: His eyes do remain visible, but they are cast in shadow, giving him a decidedly sinister look.
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[[folder:Motegi (Trevor)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: 茂木 / Motegi / Trevor]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Hitomi (Japanese), Dan Warry-Smith (English)
The largest member of the Shell Killers.
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* BigThinShortTrio: He's the big one between him, Suzuka, and Tsukuba.
* TheBrute: With his size and muscles rivaled only by Kai's, when raw strength is required he gets the job.
* DarkSkinnedRedhead: He's got both traits. In his case, it comes with his character role as the gang's muscles.
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!!Majestic 4 (Majestics)
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[[caption-width-right:500:The team name was originally nameless in Japanese, but got named ''Majestic 4'' (マジェステック4) in ''Rising''. In English and derived translations, it's always been ''Majestics''.]]
The Majestic 4 are composed of four of Europe's wealthiest. They're all from old families, from which they inherited their bit-beasts. Although good friends for a long time, their egos made them refuse to be a team. Only after meeting the Bladebreakers did their regard for teamwork improve and they've stuck together ever since.
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* AlphabeticalThemeNaming: The Majestic 4's bit-beasts' names end on "-lyon".
* BlueBlood: As the name points at, all members of the Majestic 4 are heirs to long-standing lineages of name and fortune. They occasionally dress up in their family armor for beyblade matches.
* BreakTheHaughty:
* TheCavalry: Combines with LastStand. The Majestic 4, along with Kiki of the Bái Hǔ Zú, were the only ones whose bit-beasts hadn't been stolen during the Russian tournament. Judy gathered the five and mentally prepared them to step in if Takao would lose his match against Yuriy. Fortunately, it didn't come to that.
* FourElementEnsemble: Ralf/Griffolyon are air, Johnny/Salamalyon are fire, Olivier/Unicolyon are earth, and Giancarlo/Amphilyon are water.
* IneffectualLoner:
* KnightInShiningArmor:
* NamedByTheAdaptation: As with most season 1 teams, the Majestic 4 went by the descriptive "Euro(pean) Team" in the original version. The dub gave the team a proper name, which surprisingly made its way back into the Japanese franchise when the team was named Majestic 4 in ''Rising''.
* RoyalBrat:
* ShoutOut: Doubly so. As per Aoki's website, the first names of the Majestic 4 come from F1-racers from their respective countries and their last names are based on movie directors and actors also from their countries. The F1-racers are Ralf Schumacher, Johnny Herbert, Olivier Panis, and Giancarlo Fisichella. The movie directors and actors aren't specifically mentioned, but can be surmised to be Steffen Jürgens, Ewan [=McGregor=], Richard Bohringer, and Giuseppe Tornatore.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The Majestic 4 are the one team that refuses to fight Borg in the manga. They are dropped from the story upon that choice. When next a tournament is held, there are two new teams to represent Europe: the Barthez Soldats (Region A) and F-Sangre (Region B). What there isn't is any explanation what happened to the Majestic 4.
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[[folder:Ralf Jürgens (Robert Jürgens)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ラルフ・ユルゲンス / Ralf Jürgens / Robert Jürgens]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: グリフォリオン / Griffolyon]]
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->'''Voiced by:''' Yuki Matsuda (Japanese), Vince Corazza (first voice, English), Robert Smith (second voice, English), Craig Lauzon (Episode 114, English)
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* AnimeHair: In the manga and the third season, his hair is more or less normal. It's the first season that styles it as if it's cast. In the dub of [=S1E30=], one of his challengers even asks him if it's his hair or his helmet.
* BlueOni: To Johnny, down to the armor.
* CatchPhrase: He loves to use the word "uncouth" in the dub.
* FeatherFlechettes: Griffolyon's main attack consists of throwing sharp feathers from its wings.
* FourLegsGoodTwoLegsBetter: Griffolyon is most often seen standing on two legs.
* TheLeader: Ralf is the team captain.
* NobodyCallsMeChicken: Ralf didn't accept Takao's original challenge, as he had destroyed enough beyblades that day and was in a hurry, until Takao called him a coward.
* OurGryphonsAreDifferent: His bit-beast Griffolyon is a griffin.
* TheStoic: He only shows emotions during intense matches.
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[[folder:Johnny [=McGregor=]]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ジョニー・マクレガー / Johnny [=McGregor=]]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: サラマリオン / Salamalyon]]
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ChiharuTezuka (first voice, Japanese), Hikaru Tokita (second voice, Japanese), Joanne Vannicola (English)
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* AlchemicElementals: Johnny's bit-beast is Salamalyon, a salamander. Salamalyon is the only bit-beast based on one of the classic elementals.
* AnAxeToGrind: How he launches his beyblade.
* BadassesWearBandanas: He wears one wrapped around his forehead and he's the one who goes for the too-cool-for-school image. Flows into HelmetsAreHardlyHeroic, because while the others wear helmets with their armor, he doesn't, leaving his bandana on display.
* IWorkAlone: While all the Majestic 4 are this, he is specially stubborn (and loud) about it.
* TheLancer:
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In [=I-V1C4=] of the manga, ten silhouettes of potential future opponents of the Bladebreakers are shown against a world map. Four of these are identifiable as Rai, Michael, Yuriy, and Johnny. While each of them represents one of the core teams up to the battle with Borg, Johnny is the only one who is not a team leader.
* NonSpecificallyForeign: In the dub, everything is done to get it across that Johnny is Scottish. Aside from his looks and stereotypical temper, he's referred to as a member of the "Royal [=McGregor=] Clan from the High Lands" in [=S1E37=], mentions going golfing in [=S1E39=], and by his own words that same episode is even called "[[ViolentGlaswegian The Gladiator of Glasgow]]". So it might come as a surprise that no mention at all is made of Scotland in the Japanese version. The term used in [=S1E37=] is "igirisu", which is a term to denote the entire UK. The Japanese don't make a habit of viewing the UK as different countries, hence why his two name inspirations are from England and Scotland and still considered from the same "country". Disregarding that, Johnny still very much reads as Scottish in the original version, but there are details that suggest otherwise, like his deep respect for "[[UsefulNotes/HMTheQueen Her Majesty the Queen]]" or hi battle against Howling at [[CircleOfStandingStones Stonehenge]].
* PlayingWithFire: His bit-beast uses fire-based powers.
* RedOni: To Ralf, down to the armor.
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[[folder:Olivier Bohringer (Oliver Bohringer)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: オリビエ・ポーランジェ / Olivier Bohringer / Oliver Bohringer]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: ユニコリオン / Unicolyon]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S1E33=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/OmiMinami (Japanese), Creator/SusanRoman (English)
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* AgentPeacock: He's one of Europe's finest bladers, but also a bit feminine looking, into pretty things, into cooking, the Majestic who has the most uniform-esque armor, and someone who wields a pink bey he dresses up with a rose.
* NiceHat: Combines with GogglesDoNothing. Olivier wears an outfit that takes design cues of Belle Époque motoring clothes, but with modern-day windshields he never has any need to actually wear the goggles.
* SomethingAboutARose: As shown in [=S1E38=], when Olivier has time to dress up before a match, he'll add a rose to his bey to launch it in a fahsionable but harmless [[PetalPower petal storm]].
* SpellMyNameWithAnS:
** Olivier's last name has been romanized in various ways, among others as "Polanski" and "P/Boulanger", by the fandom over the years, but, even though obscurely, canonically it is Bohringer. This name is present on the trading card and no other romanization matches a (French) actor or movie director, which it has to do according to Aoki. Only... the name as spelled in Japanse consistently starts with "ポ" ("po") instead of "ボ" ("bo"), which is the letter normally used to render the name in kana. The two symbols are alike, sure, but that's no explanation as to why Olivier's last name is spelled like that.
** As well, all attempts to romanize "ポーランジェ" have generally assumed the name had to sound French. But "Bohringer" is of German origin, so that certainly was an unfair start.
* SupremeChef: He works in father's restaurant as vice-chef. Both he and the restaurant have earned awards for the outstanding dishes.
* {{Unicorn}}: His bit-beast Unicolyon is a unicorn.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Olivier has lime green hair.
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[[folder:Giancarlo Tornatore (Enrique Tornatore)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ジャンカルロ・トルナトーレ / Giancarlo Tornatore / Enrique Tornatore]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: アンフィリオン / Amphilyon]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S1E33=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/DaisukeSakaguchi (Japanese), Julie Zwillich (English)
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* AffectionateNickname: In the dub, Bianca and Rosetta refer to him as "Enrique-poo".
* BerserkButton: While Giancarlo much prefers to enjoy the company of his girlfriends and spoil them rotten rather than live up to his title as the best blader in Italy, he does not take well to anyone assuming he's a poser who has no real skill.
* TheDogBitesBack: Amphilyon snaps and turns against its owner because Giancarlo didn't care much for it and treated it as a servant rather than a partner.
* KidAnova: He is introduced skipping lessons, because he has a date with ALadyOnEachArm. Keep in mind this is part of the double theme he has going due to Amphilyon.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Overlaps with MultipleHeadCase. Amphilyon is an amphisbaena, a dragon-like creature which defining trait is the second head at the tip of its tail.
* WingsDoNothing: Even though Amphilyon has wings, it never actually uses them. This is noticeable when Dragoon throws it from the sky in [=S1E36=].
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!Season 2 (''V-Force'') teams
!!Saint Seals (Saint Shields)
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[[caption-width-right:500:In Japan, the team is 聖封士, pronounced ''Saint Seals'' (セント・シールズ), while the kanji means ''Holy Seal Warriors''. In English and derived translations, the team name is ''Saint Shields''.]]
A team whose members come from a dedicated lineage of bladers seeking to seal away all bit-beasts to protect humanity. After their defeat by the BBA Team's strength and ideals, it was decided that instead of aggressively stealing bit-beasts they should assertively keep watch in case they are needed.
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: According to Aoki's website, the four were designed to be from different races and nationalities. However, the anime depicts them as being from one clan and all but directly says they are Chinese in [=S2E33=]. This is despite that not one has a Chinese name and generally sound more Middle Eastern. Of course, it's still possible their clan actively promotes marrying outsiders, which would unite all of the above, but nothing like that is ever said to be the case.
* AncientOrderOfProtectors: Overlaps with WellIntentionedExtremist. The clan the Saint Seals hail from are among the few people who know about the utter destruction brought on when humans first learned to control bit-beasts. For millennia, they've made it their duty to hunt down bit-beasts and lock them in stone tablets. The Saint Seals are the clan's latest champions, fully believing in the clan's methods even though when they stop to think about they'd hate for their own bit-beasts to be harmed or taken away. The BBA Team eventually convinces them to ditch the extremism. From that point on, they vow only to act when a blader fails in their duty to protect their bit-beast or uses it for malevolent purposes.
* {{Invisibility}}: The initial advantage of the Saint Seals is the invisibility of their bit-beasts. None of the BBA Team knew they were even fighting one until Kyōju gathered enough data to make a grainy representation visible on his laptop. Eventually, Hiromi made them visible... somehow.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: With a dose of AlternateCharacterReading. "Saint Seals" is spelled セント・シールズ in [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseWritingSystem katakana]]. シールズ can be [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseRomanization romanized]] two ways: as "seals" and as "shields". Based on the kanji 封, it's "seals". However, both "seals" and "shields" make sense in context of what the Saint Seals do. Why the dub team ended up picking "Saint Shields" is unknown, maybe nothing more than AddedAlliterativeAppeal, but defendable.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitutes: The Saint Seals remind a lot of the Bái Hǔ Zú in terms of looks and ninja-like skills. They're even after the BBA Team's bit-beasts and solely manage to get Driger, while the Bái Hǔ Zú specifically wanted Driger back from Rei.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ozma (Ozuma)]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_ozma.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: オズマ / Ozma / Ozuma]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: フラッシュレオパルド / Flash Leopard]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E1=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/YukiKaida (Japanese), Alex House (English)
----
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: To Takao in Season 2. In fact, he's the only person to beat Takao in said season and no less than three times! He's probably the person with the best win-loss record against the protagonist throughout the entire three seasons. Eventually, though, the WorfEffect hits him when he comes back just to lose to Zeo once the latter becomes the main antagonist of the final arc of the season.
* TheLeader: Ozma is the team captain.
* MultiColoredHair: It's black with a streak of red.
* PantheraAwesome: Flash Leopard is a leopard.
* PlayingWithFire: Flash Leopard handles the element of fire and at its strongest becomes a ball of fire.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Ozma wears a shirt that can only be loosely buttoned up top, thus leaving his chest on display at all times. It's also not a very long shirt, so most shots from below show his midriff.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dunga]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_dunga.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ドゥンガ / Dunga]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: ボルティックエイプ / Voltic Ape / Vortex Ape]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E5=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/YasuhiroTakato (Japanese), Tony Daniels (English)
----
* TheBrute:
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Wavers at times to a genuine DumbMuscle, but ultimately is more than that. He looks like a moron who relies just on strength. Nope! He is the one to eventually seal Driger in the rock.
* DarkSkinnedBlond: His anime self is this. His manga self, which was based on his initial design of light skin and brown hair, wasn't until ''Rising''.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: His Voltic Ape bit-beast is a gorilla.
* TheLancer:
* MightyGlacier: His beyblade is a defense type.
* ShockAndAwe:
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Yusuf (Joseph)]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_yusuf.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ユスフ / Yusuf / Joseph]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: バニシングムート / Vanishing Moot]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E2=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Sachi Matsumoto (Japanese), Jason Barr (English)
----
* PintSizedPowerhouse: Tiny kid with an elephant bit-beast. Yup!
* TheSneakyGuy: Yusuf is the one who infiltrates and HQ of Team Psykick and investigates their means and goals.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Yusuf has green hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mariam]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_mariam.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: マリアム / Mariam]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: シャークラッシュ / Sharkrash]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E2=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/YukaKomatsu (Japanese), Shannon Perreault (English)
----
* CleavageWindow: Right after Ozma, Mariam shows the most of her chest through the open part of her shirt. Surprisingly, this was not edited out for the dub.
* EverythingsEvenWorseWithSharks: Sharkrash.
* GlacierWaif: In a beystadium, as her beyblade is a defense type.
* MakingASplash:
* ShipTease: From the start, there's a little bit of flirting between her and Max, mostly from Mariam's side. Ryūnosuke even congratulates Max on getting a girl like that interested in him in [=S2E13=]. Then in [=S2E36=], Mariam and Max spend time trying to escape a collapsed building and becoming something more tender than FireForgedFriends.
* SugarAndIcePersonality: She can be sweet and motherly or as ferocious as a shark toward ''everyone'', depending on the moment.
[[/folder]]

!!Team Psychic (Team Psykick)
[[folder:General]]
[[caption-width-right:500:In Japan, the team is ''Psychic'' (サイキック), with no pun discernible in the spelling. In the GBA trilogy, they're renamed ''Cyber'' (サイバー). In English and derived translations, the team name is ''Psykick''.]]
One of the two teams ultimately under control of Zagāto Industries, the other being Team Zagāto. Team Psykick is directly led by Gideon, who in turn reports to Zagāto himself. The unit consists of Gideon, Doctor B, spies, scientists, and beybladers. The bladers can be divided in three groups: those without bit-beasts, those who couldn't handle cyber bit-beasts, and those who could handle cyber bit-beasts for about a week. The latter group are the elite.
----
* AnimalThemeNaming: Most trial Psykicks have an animal-based name or something related to an animal. "Snakey", "Chameleon", and "Bat" are obvious. "Figel" comes from "vogel", the German word for "bird". This trend would continue with Team Zagāto.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: This happens to anyone who handles a cyber bit-beast
* CanonForeigner: Everyone but the elite team are an addition by the anime.
* ChildSoldiers: The bladers are this. Some join voluntarily, while others are brainwashed. Some don't survive the unit.
* MultinationalTeam: In Aoki's notes, Team Psykick's elite members are said to have been scouted from all over the world. Kane is Japanese-Australian and Gōki is full Japanese. Salima and Jim were not designed with a particular background in mind, though Salima's name was taken from an African travel guide while her nationality in the anime is Canadian, and Jim's name suggests him to be either American or European.
* PoweredByAForsakenChild: Doesn't do much to make them worse than they already were, but the trope otherwise goes into effect for Gideon, Doctor B, and the other adults involved once everything went wrong for Garry.
* ThePsychoRangers: The elite team, on account of their use of cyber versions of the Bladebreakers' bit-beasts.
* PunnyName: "Psykick" combines "psychic" and "kick" while phonetically being indistinguishable from "psychic". This is a dub invention, because the Japanese katakana holds no pun.
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Bit-beasts in general suffer this trope, but the cyber bit-beasts get a double-down because of JustAMachine.
[[/folder]]
----
[[folder:Snakey]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_snakey.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: スネーキー / Snakey]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: サーベルコブラ / Sabre Cobra]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E6=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Mato Arikawa (Japanese), Peter Cugno (English)
The first blader sent after the Bladebreakers, specifically Takao. He lost.
----
* KnifeNut: Rather like Hiruta early in the first season, Snakey's beyblade excels at sharpness. He does a lot of LickingTheBlade, but just as in season 1, that was cut from the dub.
* ToothyIssue: Has buck teeth to denote he's a meanie.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The two agents ask what to do with Snakey after his loss. They're given the go-ahead to act as they see fit and like most of Team Psykick he's never seen again. The only reason we can assume he was at least not murdered is because the agents express some level of horror in regards to killing people three episodes later.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Daryl]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_daryl.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ダリル / Daryl]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: ダリランザー / Darylanzer]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Daisuke Ishikawa (Japanese), Raoul Bhaneja (English)
The leader of the team that fought the Bladebreakers on the island. He lost against Takao.
----
* TheLeader: Daryl is the team captain of his unit.
* MakingASplash: His beyblade is specialized for battle on moist surfaces. Where other beyblades' can't maneuver as well, his has passages in the tip that let water through and help it stabilize.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Daryl has purple hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Chameleon]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_chameleon.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: カメレオン / Chameleon]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: マーメレ / Mamele / Chameleon]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Sachi Matsumoto (Japanese), Lyon Smith (English)

A member of the team that fought the Bladebreakers on the island. He lost against Max.
----
* ChameleonCamouflage: Blends with HollywoodChameleons. Chameleon and his bey are outfitted in military camouflage pattern. The bey's special ability is becoming invisible at high speed, which is owed to its colors. Don't ask how that's supposed to work against the background of a red stadium.
* CustomUniform: All members of Team Psykick of his level wear duochromatic green uniforms. Chameleon wears a green uniform with green military camouflage pattern.
* HellishPupils: Of the AnimalEyes variety. Chameleon has very large eyes with very tiny pupils, resembling the bulging eyes chameleons have. He is not a good person.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bat]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_bat.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: バット / Bat]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: バットランザー / Batranzer]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Yoshiaki Matsumoto (Japanese), ??? (English)
A member of the team that fought the Bladebreakers on the island. He lost against Rei.
----
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Ostensibly an ordinary human, Bat does have the ability to stand on/hang from the ceiling. It is explained neither in words nor visuals how he does it.
* HairWings: They're not actual wings, but his hair is shaped like a bat with spread wings.
* NightVisionGoggles: Bat wears these so he can battle in the dark and have an advantage over his opponent.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Averted. In ''V-Force'', he isn't shown escaping the cave when it collapses and is not heard from thereafter. He does make a cameo appearance episode 5 of ''G-Revolution'', so that means he survived.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Bat has blue hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Figel]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_figel.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: フィーゲル / Figel]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: フィーゲランザー / Figelanzer]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' ??? (Japanese), Lyon Smith (English)
A member of the team that fought the Bladebreakers on the island. He lost against Kai.
----
* BlowYouAway: Figelanzer can create a tornado.
* DelinquentHair: His hanging mohawk certainly counts. It overlaps with PeekABangs that permanently cover his right eye.
* FacialMarkings: He has a purple slash under his left eye. It might be under his right too, but since it's never shown it's impossible to tell. Like his opponent Kai's facial markings, his are likely painted on too.
[[/folder]]
----
[[folder:Garry (Gerry)]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_garry.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ガーリー / Garry / Gerry]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: デジタルドラゴン / Digital Dragon]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E14=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' ??? (Japanese), Raoul Bhaneja (English)
The first blader chosen to test one of the cyber bit-beasts, specifically Digital Dragon (a prototype of Cyber Dragoon). The creature was too experimental to handle safely and Garry got the full brunt.
----
* BlowYouAway: Unsurprisingly for a copy of Dragoon. Because Garry couldn't handle it, he let the bit-beast do as it pleased with its tornadoes, which resulted in the near-complete destruction of the tournament building.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Happens to Garry once he unleashes Cyber Dragoon. It comes with free CreepyShadowedUndereyes.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Garry's fate after he collapsed is not given. If Yūya's fate is anything to go by, he's either dead, in coma, or has gone insane.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Yūya Minami (Wyatt Smithwright)]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_minami.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ユウヤ・南 / Yūya Minami / Wyatt Smithwright]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: デジタルバード / Digital Bird]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E5=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Akiko Kimura (Japanese), Edward Glen (English)
The second blader chosen to test one of the cyber bit-beasts, specifically Digital Bird (a prototype of Cyber Dranzer). Although refined, the creature was too experimental to handle safely and Yūya could not withstand it.
----
* HeroWorshipper: To Kai.
* SacrificialLamb: Yūya's ordeal is of such little importance that we never even get to see how he ended up with Team Psykick or learn what happened to him after handling Digitla Bird. Meanwhile, everything's angsty with Kai because he didn't give the boy the attention needed to keep him away from Gideon. For the duration of a few episodes, until Kai defeats Gōki and Gideon's terror ends. After that, the boy might as well never have existed at all.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Happens to Yūya once he unleashes Cyber Dranzer. It comes with free CreepyShadowedUndereyes.
[[/folder]]
----
[[folder:Kane Yamashita]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_kane.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ケイン・山下 / Kane Yamashita]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: サイバードラグーン / Cyber Dragoon]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V8C1=]; [=S2E17=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/YuukiTai (Japanese), Peter Cugno (English)
----
* AllThereInTheScript: He's never mentioned to be half-Australian/half-Japanese in the manga, anime, or video games. That info's only in the ''Beyblade'' website blurbs and Aoki's notes.
* ButNotTooForeign: Kane is half Japanese and half Australian.
* DeathFromAbove: The only one who pulls this kind of attack more often than Kai.
* HonorBeforeReason:
* NameOfCain: His name is Kane and in the manga he's straight-up evil before being taught humility through defeat. In the anime, he's kind of heart, but becomes unhinged and dangerous due to Cyber Dragoon's influence.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kane has blue hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Salima]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_salima.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: サリマ / Salima]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: サイバードライガー / Cyber Driger]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V8C1=]; [=S2E17=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ChisaYokoyama (Japanese), Vik Sahay (English)
----
* TheHeart: She's the only one who tries to warn the Bladebreakers of the cyber bit-beasts, believing that's what's best for everyone.
* ShonenHair: Unusual for a female character.
* UndyingLoyalty: Salima sees the writing on the wall when Jim and Gōki get possessed, but still returns to her team and takes Kane's advice to try to change things from the inside rather than get the Bladebreakers involved. The both of them end up possessed as a result. Later, Salima manages to shake off Cyber Driger's influence during a battle with Rei, but part of that is due to her being defeated. Knowing very well that her life and sanity will be at immediate risk if she goes back to her teammates, Salima does anyway, because "they are waiting for [her]".
* ZettaiRyouiki: Salima's default outfit consists of a shirt and a skort. When it's colder, she adds a jacket and thigh-high socks, which adds up to Grade A.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jim]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_jim.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ジム / Jim]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: サイバードラシエル / Cyber Draciel]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V8C1=]; [=S2E17=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Ayaka Yamashita (Japanese), Mary Long (English)
----
* BubblegumPopping: In the manga, he's introduced chewing bubblegum while his team destroys the Saint Seals' beys as if they're nothing.
* DrivenByEnvy: Jim's general behavior and one remark during his battle with Gōki make it seem that he considers himself the team's weak link and thinks the others regard him the same. His wish to be better would then be what made him as susceptible to the cyber bit-beast's influence as he was.
* EvilGenius[=/=]TheSmartGuy
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gōki (Goki)]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_goki.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ゴウキ / Gōki]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: サイバードランザー / Cyber Dranzer]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V8C1=]; [=S2E17=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Yasuhiro Fujiwara (Japanese), Craig Lauzon (English)
----
* TheBigGuy: Becomes TheBrute while under influence of Cyber Dranzer. One of the first things he does in the anime is pull out a whole (if dead-ish) tree from the riverbank and throw it in the water to serve as a bridge for Ryūnosuke, who had fallen in.
* GentleGiant: Right after Salima, he's the kindest member of the team.
[[/folder]]

!!Team Zagāto
[[folder:General]]
One of the two teams ultimately under control of Zagāto Industries, the other being Team Psykick. Team Zagāto's trial team is directly led by Doctor K, who in turn reports to Zagāto himself, while the elite team is led by Zagāto since by then Doctor K went her own way. As with Team Zagāto, the unit consists of spies, scientists, and beybladers.
----
* AnimalThemeNaming: As with Team Psykick before, most trial Zagātos have an animal-based name or something related to an animal. "Foxy" and "Net" are obvious. "Jack" and "Denny" are named after people, namely UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper and Pierre Denys de Montfort.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It is not dwelled upon what happens to any of the bit-beasts utilized by the team after each member's defeat. In most cases, the bit-beast is ripped through and the bit chip destroyed, but there's no word on what this means other than that it is contextually unlikely they are dead, even in Tyranno's case.
[[/folder]]
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[[folder:Foxy]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_foxy.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: フォクシー / Foxy]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: ウイルドフォックス / Wildfox]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E31=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Hikaru Tokita (Japanese), Jonathan Potts (English)
The first blader to be granted a bit-beast taken from the rock. Despite his promising training, he lost to Rei. His bit-beast is Wildfox, a fennec.
----
* CunningLikeAFox: Combines with DoppelgangerSpin. Foxy can make his bey create many illusionary copies of itself to distract from the real deal.
* GigglingVillain: Overlaps with TheQuietOne. Foxy limits his use of words to what is necessary. In part he avoids handing his opponents information, but there are many times he could've said something safely and instead just put up an unsettling grin and giggled.
* ThirdEye: Rather than multiple tails, Wildfox has three green eyes that contrast nicely to its red fur.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Net]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_net.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ネット / Net]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: クリムソンスパイダー / Crimson Spider / Phantom Spider]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E34=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Sayaka Aida (Japanese), Phil [=DeWilde=] (English)
The second blader to be granted a bit-beast taken from the rock, but he too lost; to Tyson. His bit-beast is Crimson Spider (Phantom Spider), a spider.
----
* EvilIsNotWellLit: Net could've chosen to keep fighting in the open like Foxy did before him, but instead he lured Takao into a dark, abandoned building. This probably has to do with his animal theme, because spiders prefer dark hiding places too.
* GiantSpider: Crimson Spider is a huge spider that relies on its webbing to hold down an opponent. And although Net is a human, his spider-like traits do give him some claim to this trope.
* LaughingMad: Net laughs a lot, laughs loudly, and laughs creepily. This comes mixed with his disregard for gravity and a general sense of unhingedness.
* ShoutOut: To ''Franchise/SpiderMan'', of whom he copies his acrobatics and [[BuildingSwing web-swinging skills]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jack]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_jack_9.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ジャック / Jack]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: シザースイング / Scissorswing / Sickle Weasel]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E35=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JunkoMinagawa (Japanese), Eric Woolfe (English)
The third blader to be granted a bit-beast taken from the rock, but his defeat came at the hands of Kai. His bit-beast is Scissorswing (Sickle Weasel), a kamaitachi.
----
* BlowYouAway: On account of Scissorswing being a kamaitachi. Its wind powers are given shape as a whirlwind that serves as a bey-surrounding shield with high offensive qualities. An additional benefit is that the whirlwind hides the bey and the bit-beast, granting a level of {{Invisibility}}.
* KnifeNut: Not surprising for either a kamaitachi or the kind of person who'd command one. Kai and Dranzer may have won, but they were left in pretty bad shape.
* TheSneakyGuy: Jack avoids a direct confrontation at first, preferring to stalk the Bladebreakers until he can catch one alone and attack with his cloaked beyblade. They catch glimpses of him here and there, but it isn't until Kai uses himself as bait that the playing field gets evened.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dennis]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_dennis.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: デニス / Dennis]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: チラノ / Tyranno]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E36=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Mika Matsuoka (Japanese), Jason Barr (English)
The fourth blader to be granted a bit-beast taken from the rock, who was chased off by the joint efforts of Max and Mariam. His bit-beast is Tyranno, a monstrous tyrannosaurus rex.
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* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: It's almost surprising that Tyranno is the only dinosaur bit-beast in the original franchise. There's no shortage of [[DinosaursAreDragons dragons]], but a dinosaur is apparently a little out there.
* EyesDoNotBelongThere: Tyranno has two extra sets of eyes about halfway his snout.
* KickTheDog: No one of the trial team cares about their bit-beast. They view them as tools to get stronger and there's none for who this goes as much as it does for Dennis in regards to Tyranno. Team Zagāto attempts to ensure Tyranno's victory by constantly pumping it up with more energy, even though it is clearly [[ExplosiveOverclocking being hurt and harmed]] by the treatment. In fact, it gets so bad that even Mariam, whose goal is to enact AndIMustScream on as many bit-beasts as she can, is horrified. It is she too who destroys the equipment used on Tyranno.
* NoNameGiven: An ambiguous case for the Japanese version. The trial team are among the few bladers who address their bit-beasts by a different name than their beyblades. The bit-beast's name tends to be spoken, while the bey's name can be read during the rare shot where the bey lies still facing the camera. However, Dennis's bey never does. The one blader following after Dennis, Denny, addresses his bit-beast by the same name as is written on the bey, so it remains possible that "Tyranno" is both the bit-beast's and the bey's name.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Denny]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_denny_0.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: デニー / Denny]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: クラーケン / Kraken / Klarken]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E40=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Wasabi Mizuta (Japanese), Creator/JulieLemieux (English)
The fifth blader to be granted a bit-beast taken from the rock. Two, in fact, as each of his beys contains a Kraken, a kraken. Appropriately, it took the combined might of Rei and Zeo to beat him.
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* CombatTentacles: Combines with TentacleRope depending on the battle needs. Denny had one Kraken hold onto Driger while the other attacked it.
* DualWielding: Denny wields two beyblades and two bit-beasts at the same time, a skill shared only with Hitoshi.
* KrakenAndLeviathan: The Kraken are krakens.
* SailorsPonytail: Counts due to Denny's nautical theme. His hair is tied up in five braids, which mimic tentacles.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Kraken is named after the kraken. "クラーケン" features the elongated ā from ラー for pronunciation, but these kana are also the way Japanese renders er/ar/or. Add to that the [[JapaneseRanguage L/R-matter]] and the conclusion becomes that "クラーケン" got mis-re-romanized as "Klarken" where it should have just been "Kraken". Whether "Klarken" should be considered canon because it is what canon says it is or if a correction should be applied is up for debate.
[[/folder]]
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[[folder:Zeo Zagāto]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ゼオ・ザガート / Zeo Zagāto]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: グケルベロス / Kerberos / Cerberus]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E30=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Hisayo Yanai (Japanese), Tim Hamaguchi (English)
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* WalkingSpoiler: Whether the manga version or the anime version, one can only get so far talking about Zeo before the spoilers start to trickle in.
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* CodeName: In the manga, his blader name is ZO.
* FireIceDuo: He and Gordo form one, respectively representing fire and ice. The usual color schemes are maintained for the beys, but are reversed for the bladers.
* LightIsNotGood: He wears white clothes after turning evil in the anime.
* MultipleHeadCase: As per Ancient Greek mythology, Kerberos has three heads.
* PinocchioSyndrome: In the anime, once Zeo learns that he's an android, he has a massive breakdown over it and then positively flips. He signs up with his father's plan to aggressively take the BBA's bit-beasts, despite that they are his friends, and doesn't stop his emotional rampage until he loses to Takao and thereby comes to terms with his own identity.
* ReplacementGoldfish: Zeo is this to the original Zeo, but how depends on the medium.
** In the anime, Zeo is an android made by Doctor Zagāto after the death of his biological son Zeo. The timeline of death, age of death, creation, and any relation to the bit-beast-holding tablet Zagāto stole decades ago is unclarified. Zagāto treated the android as if he was Zeo himself and hoped to use the power of the four holy bit-beasts to turn the android human. It's not revealed if this was even possible, but Zeo and Zagāto learned to accept his robotic nature as it is.
** Overlaps with DeadPersonImpersonation for the manga, where he's the original Zeo's younger brother Leon. Ten years prior, the original Zeo had died in a traffic accident. Despairing, Zagāto learned of the possibility that the four holy bit-beasts could bring Zeo back to life. Zagāto then began training Leon, at the time two or so, to make him capable of acquiring the quartet by whichever means necessary. In the process, he also manipulated Leon into emulating Zeo as much as possible, styling his hair the same way, wearing the same clothes, becoming a violin player, and even taking his older brother's name, though with the alternative spelling ZO. Leon went along with this because he wished to make his father happy. However, once he realized that Zagāto saw him as a means to an end rather than appreciate him as a son, he rebelled. Zagāto accepted this and apologized, allowing Leon to become Leon again and abandoning his goal of reviving Zeo.
* {{Robot}}: In the anime, Zeo's true identity is that of an android designed in the image of the original Zeo, who has died. The android Zeo didn't know this until his father told him the truth, and very people knew about it prior to Zeo's participation in the World Tournament.
* WickedCultured: True for his manga self. Zeo plays the violin, a hobby copied from his older brother, and is in the middle of a tune when he meets Takao for the first time in [=I-V8C4=] and [=I-V9C1=]. He asks Takao if he likes the requiem he's written for him and Takao's ego takes a jump at someone composing music for him until Kyōju informs him that a requiem is a song for the dead.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Zeo has turquoise (anime) or green (manga) hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gordo]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_gordo.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ゴルド / Gordo]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: オルトロス / Orthros]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E42=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Hisayoshi Suganuma (Japanese), Colin O'Meara (English)
A boy who was handpicked by Doctor Zagāto to be Zeo's beyblade partner during the World Tournament. His bit-beast is Orthros, the two-headed dog of Greek mythology.
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* DarkSkinnedRedhead: Give or take. He's light-skinned in the anime, but his overall look leaves no doubt he was designed to be a dark-skinned redhead, which got confirmed on Aoki's website. He doesn't fit the associated personality, but that might be part of his and Zeo's elemental reversal.
* TheDragon: To Zeo, by combining his role as the other boy's beyblade partner and his role as something of a personal bodyguard as seen in [=S2E45=].
* FireIceDuo: He and Zeo form one, respectively representing ice and fire. The usual color schemes are maintained for the beys, but are reversed for the bladers.
* FlatCharacter: Poor Gordo may have been given a unique design, a cool bit-beast, and been partnered to one of the most important characters of ''V-Force'', but there's almost nothing to say about him personality-wise. Even Aoki's notes show disinterest, as all the mangaka says is that he was asked to design a partner for Zeo and so he did.
* MultipleHeadCase: As per Ancient Greek mythology, Orthros has two heads.
* ShortHairWithTail: He combines ShonenHair with a [[DelinquentHair Mohawk]], but stil has a long tail in the back. The tail is an addition by the anime team, because Aoki's sketches don't include it.
* SuddenNameChange: In the notes on Aoki's website, Gordo's entry is marked as Garuda (ガルダ). This name also shows up in the episode summaries on the official Japanese website. It is clear that Gordo is the final name, but the reason for the change is not. Possibly, him sharing a name with well-known bird deity while wielding a dog-type bit-beast was deemed confusing.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Zagāto (Zagart)]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_zagato.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ザガート / Zagāto / Zagart]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E20=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Kousei Hirota (Japanese), Lawrence Bayne (English)
The head of Zagāto Industries and the father of Zeo and Leon. In the anime, he's also a former research partner of Daitenji. In response to Zeo's death, he's devoted his life to getting his son back by any means available.
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* WalkingSpoiler: Not as badly as his sons, but that's already too much said.
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* AbusiveParents: In the manga. Pushing your youngest son to abandon his own name and identity to take on those of his deceased older brother can only be called depraved. And then he abandoned his decade-long goal of reviving his oldest son because... your guess is as good as any.
* EvilFormerFriend: In the anime, he is this to Daitenji as per [=S2E30=]. They used to be research partners until they got their hands on a stone tablet filled with mysterious energy. Zagāto saw more opportunity than his partnership with Daitenji offered and one night stole the tablet not to be seen again until decades later.
* HighClassGlass: On occasion, Zagāto dons a high-tech monocle on his left eye. It helps establish him as evil.
* KarmaHoudini:
** In the anime, Zagāto has blood on his hands. How much depends on interpretation and then there's situations in which no one died but he wouldn't have been bothered if anyone did that may or may count, but at best he's got responsibility for the deaths of Gideon and Doctor B. There's no sign by the end of ''V-Force'' he'll ever be bothered for that.
** In the manga, Zagāto is in league with Volkov. And as if that's not enough, he's robbed his youngest son from his identity to serve as a living memorial dedicated to his oldest son. He also subjected Leon to a decade-long intense training program so he could take the four holy bit-beasts from whomever would have them, never once caring about the boy's successes other than what they could contribute to the goal of bringing Zeo back to life. He came around, though, and apparently that's all that matters.
* KnightTemplarParent: Is this in the manga to his oldest son Zeo, but explicitly not to his youngest son Leon. He's the trope in full force in the anime, though, where he's willing to sacrifice people left and right just to give the android Zeo a chance to become human, when that, all things considered, would barely change anything for either him or Zagāto.
* SeeksAnothersResurrection: In the manga, he wants the four holy bit-beasts to resurrect Zeo, his oldest son.
* ShoutOut: According to Aoki's website, Zagāto is named after Gepetto of ''Literature/TheAdventuresOfPinocchio'' fame, in reference to him being the father of a boy who is not quite human.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead: He's got (normal) red hair, green eyes, and he's the source of almost all antagonism the BBA Team faces in ''V-Force''.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: ザガート has been romanized as "Zagart" in the English version and derived translations. This is a good romanization, because the elongated ā from ガー is the way Japanese renders er/ar/or and the "o" in ト tends to be omitted if it's at the end of a word. However, what with Aoki's claim that ザガート is inspired by "Gepetto", the literal reading "Zagāto" becomes the more logical option.
[[/folder]]

!Season 3 (''G-Revolution'') teams
!!Barthez Soldats (Barthez Battalion)
[[folder:General]]
[[caption-width-right:500:In Japan, the team is ''Barthez Soldats'' (バルテズソルダ), utilizing the French word for "soldiers". In English and derived translations, the team name is Barthez Battalion.]]
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* MultinationalTeam: Implied. The Barthez Soldats are only defined as being a European team, which, certainly with the Majestic 4 in mind, suggests multinationality, although there's little on where they're from specifically. On his website, Aoki mentions that Michael is named after Michael Schumacher, suggesting German roots in the same way the Majestic 4 are named after race car drivers from their respective countries, and that Aaron is a Jamaican boy. Since ''Rising'', Mathilda is confirmed to be from the UK by use of the same non-specific "igirisu" as is used for Johnny.
* PowerGivesYouWings: In the anime, each member of the team gains wings for the duration of an intense battle. Michael demons wings akin to Death Gargoyle's and Claude get angel wings akin to Killer Eagle's. Despite Pierce Hedehog not having wings, Mathilda gains insectoid wings, seemingly specifically those of a damselfly. The only one not shown to get wings is Aaron, but logically he can too.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Michael Kahn (Miguel Lavalier)]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ミハエル・カーン / Michael Kahn / Miguel Lavalier]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: デスガーゴイル / Death Gargoyle / Dark Gargoyle]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HiroYuki (Japanese), Christopher Marren (English)
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* DarkIsNotEvil
* TheHero
%%* HonorBeforeReason
* OurGargoylesRock: Death Gargoyle.
%%* PlayingWithFire
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mathilda Anchelloni (Mathilda Aster)]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: マチルダ・アンシェローニ / Mathilda Anchelloni / Mathilda Aster]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: ピアスヘッジホッグ / Pierce Hedgehog]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HiromiKonno (Japanese), Katie Griffin (English)
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* HairAntennae: Emily has two strands sticking out at the top of her head.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Pink eyes, pink hair.
%%* GogglesDoNothing
* WithOurSwordsScene: In her last tournament battle, each member of the team gave her a piece of their beyblades so she could fight, since her own had been destroyed.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Mathilda has pink hair.
* ZettaiRyouiki: With shorts
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Claude Dugarry (Claude Tavarez)]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: クロード・デュガリー / Claude Dugarry / Claude Tavarez]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: キラーイーグル / Killer Eagle / Rapid Eagle]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AkiraSasanuma (Japanese), Jason Barr (English)
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%%* TheLancer
* MultipleHeadCase: Rapid Eagle.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Claude has green hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Aaron (Aaron Silva)]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: アーロン / Aaron / Aaron Silva]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: ラッシングボア / Rushing Boar]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Kazuyuki Ishikawa (Japanese), Dan Warry-Smith (English)
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* TheBigGuy
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome
* FlatCharacter
* FullBoarAction: Rushing Boar.
* ReligiousAndMythologicalThemeNaming: SquatsInAName applies because it doesn't mean anything in-universe. Aaron is the one black guy of the main manipulated-into-villainy team of the first half of ''G-Revolution''. Moses is the one of the second half.
[[/folder]]

!!F-Sangre (F-Dynasty)
[[folder:General]]
[[caption-width-right:500:In Japan, the team is ''F-Sangre'' (Fサングレ), utilizing the Spanish word for "blood". In English and derived translations, the team name is F-Dynasty.]]
A Spanish team consisting of sibling bladers and their coach.
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* AdaptationalBackstoryChange: In the manga, F-Dynasty are from an upperclass Spanish family. In the anime this could still be true, but their childhood is switched from living with their biological family to being part of a circus family.
* BlueBlood: As mentioned above, the Fernandez siblings are heavily implied to be nobility in the manga, but this might not be true in the anime. It makes their name in the anime less logical, because "Sangre" (which is Spanish for "Blood") and "Dynasty" suggest lineage of note.
* BrotherSisterTeam: Julia and Raul are twins and form a beyblade team.
* LightningFireJuxtaposition: Julia handles Thunder Pegasus and Raul wields Flame Pegasus. The accents to their hair colors match their signature element.
* MultiColoredHair: Overlaps with ElementalHair. The Fernandez Twins both have brown hair, but they also each have a second color: orange for Julia's thunder and red for Raul's torch. In the anime, they had these colors since early childhood, possibly as part of their circus look.
* ThemeTwinNaming: In honor of Creator/RaulJulia.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Julia Fernandez]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ジュリア・フェルナンデス / Julia Fernandez]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: サンダーペガサス / Thunder Pegasus]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KumikoWatanabe (Japanese), Shannon Perreault (English)
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* BishieSparkle: Most notably, during her bey-battle against Miguel.
* PassionateSportsGirl: Most of her spare time is spent on perfecting blading techniques.
* ProperTightsWithASkirt
* ShockAndAwe: Thunder Pegasus but you only see a few sparks.
* SpicyLatina
* {{Tsundere}}: So much.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Raul Fernandez]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ラウル・フェルナンデス / Raul Fernandez]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: フレイムペガサス / Flame Pegasus]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AkikoKimura (Japanese), Jonathan Potts (English)
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* CryingLittleKid: He grew out of it. Kinda.
* NonActionGuy: At first.
* PlayingWithFire: Torch Pegasus. Again it doesn't really show.
* ZettaiRyouiki: A rare male example. He wears them as part of his matador outfit.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Romero]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ロメロ / Romero]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: ラビアンローズ / La Vie en Rose / Thorn Rose]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V10C2=]; [=S3E11=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/EijiTakemoto (Japanese), Lyon Smith (English)
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* AscendedExtra: You'd be forgiven if you didn't know Romero exists in the manga, because there's exactly one panel featuring him, a little behind Julia and Raul, in [=I-V10C2=]. He's neither named nor introduced. You can sort of infer from his position combined with the information that F-Dynasty is a sibling team that he's the coach, but that's as far as it goes. In the anime, he's got his own bey, was responsible for getting the twins into professional beyblading, and coached Kai for a short period.
* CampStraight: Romero is easily the most swish adult male character of the franchise and the best candidate for the most swish male character period. But he is attracted to women only, to the point that it's a FunnyBackgroundEvent-type RunningGag. Every time there is a slideshow sequence, Romero'll be seen hitting on another woman. In [=S3E26=], he hits on a flight attendant. In [=S3E30=], he hits on Judy and then has to run for his dear life from Tarō. In [=S3E52=], he hits on Keiko with Tarō looking at him incredulously.
* DanceBattler: Averted. According to Aoki's website, Romero was designed with a flamenco dancer in mind and while his design was slightly toned down from that for the anime he still loves dancing. But he doesn't combine it with blading the rare times he enters a beybattle, despite that almost every blader in the show combines blading with another core talent if they have one.
* GetAHoldOfYourselfMan: Of all people, it is him who does this to Kai during his HeroicBSOD after he was defeated by Brooklyn.
* GreenThumb: On the one occasion that he wielded a Beyblade.
* {{Keet}}: A rare adult example. Notable is his reaction to food in [=S3E18=].
* MentorArchetype
* ShoutOut: Romero's bey, La Vie en Rose, is named after the signature song of Music/EdithPiaf. The titular rose is not the flower, but the color, with the title meaning something akin to "Life through Rose-Tinted Glasses".
[[/folder]]

!!BEGA
[[folder:General: Ming-Ming Band]]
[[caption-width-right:500:In any language, the team is the ''Ming-Ming Band'' (ミンミンバンド).]]
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* AmazonBrigade: The Ming-Ming Band is the only all-female blader team in the regular franchise, enjoying only the company of the AlternateUniverse ''Saint Lolita'' team and the possibility of creating an all-female team in ''Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Gekisen! Team Battle!!''.
* AmbiguousSituation: With the exception of Ming-Ming, there's reason not to take their blader rankings in [=S3E41=] seriously. The rankings mostly don't match between the two lists given, making it possible the rankings in the first list were only so to put the names of the Ming-Ming Band and the Training Squad together for the audience's sake.
* GirlPosse: Has shades of this. Ming-Ming is the AlphaBitch, the rest her posse. Chiru-Chiru would be the BetaBitch on the argument she's the one most often depicted next to Ming-Ming.
* InstrumentOfMurder: Each of the band members wields an instrument-shooter hybrid.
* LetterMotif: The band minus Ming-Ming herself all have the letter "M" incorporated in their outfits. Chiru-Chiru's and the drummer's are yellow, while the bassist's is pink.
* ShoutOut: In an interview, director Yoshihiro Nagamori explained that he'd purposefully added elements of [[Anime/SailorMoon Sailor Moon]] to Ming-Ming. This makes it possible the design similarities between the band members and the first three senshi Sailor Moon met aren't a coincidence.
* ThemeNaming: Overlaps with RepetitiveName. We've got Ming-Ming, Chiru-Chiru, one of the other girls is Tam-Tam, and it's probable the fourth band member also has a repetitive name.
* TheVoiceless: Outside of some gasps of surprise, the three instrument wielders never utter a word.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Chiru-Chiru]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E32=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
Chiru-Chiru plays the guitar and wields a red bey. She's ranked #71 among the BEGA bladers.
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* BareYourMidriff: Chiru-Chiru is the only member of the band to show off her midriff.
* BoyishShortHair: She has all of her hair on top and aside, with not a strand flowing free.
* {{Meganekko}}: And how; her glasses are heart-shaped!
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Chiru-Chiru has pink hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bassist]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E32=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
The bassist plays the bass and wields a yellow bey. She's ranked #75 among the BEGA bladers.
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* BeautyMark: She has a beauty mark on the left side of her chin.
* NoNameGiven: The only time the band members are named is in a list in [=S3E41=]. Not only are the names hard to make out through the static, but the bassist and the drummer have the same name listed: Tam-Tam. This means one of them is incorrectly labeled and therefore has no known name.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The bassist has deep green hair.
* ZettaiRyouiki: Combines with HighClassGloves. The bassist qualifies for Grade A regarding the skirt-leg-boots ratio. The length and design of her boots matches the length and design of her gloves.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Drummer]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E32=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
The drummer plays the drum and wields an orange bey. She's possibly ranked #74 among the BEGA bladers.
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* AmazonianBeauty: She's all muscle and has to be considered pretty if she's in the Ming-Ming Band.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: A special case due to her having two hair colors. She has grey eyes and the part of her hair that is grey is the same shade of grey.
* MulticoloredHair: The guitarist has red hair on top while the rest is grey.
* NoNameGiven: The only time the band members are named is in a list in [=S3E41=]. Not only are the names hard to make out through the static, but the bassist and the drummer have the same name listed: Tam-Tam. This means one of them is incorrectly labeled and therefore has no known name.
[[/folder]]
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[[folder: General: Training Squad]]
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* AmbiguousSituation: There's reason not to take their blader rankings in [=S3E41=] seriously. The rankings mostly don't match (Keizō is the sole exception) between the two lists given, making it possible the rankings in the first list were only so to put the names of the Training Squad and the Ming-Ming Band together for the audience's sake.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Keizō]]
Keizō wields Crab Diver. He's ranked #70 among the BEGA bladers.
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* GogglesDoNothing: He wears a pair of goggles on his forehead and not ever on his eyes.
* UncattyResemblance: With a helping of AnimeHair, because his is styled like a crab.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Izam]]
Izam wields Manta Diver. He's ranked either #82 or #76 among the BEGA bladers.
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Izam is mostly a Greater Middle Eastern name and, give or take his light skin tone, his design could be interpreted that way. But without any info on his background, that's.
* BadassesWearBandanas: He wears a yellow one around his neck.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Izam has green hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gamarra]]
Gammara wields Orca Diver. He's ranked either #54 or #73 among the BEGA bladers.
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* BadassesWearBandanas: He wears a red one around his head.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: In the blader rank list in [=S3E41=], his name is written as "Gamarra". In the classification mini-tournament list later that episode, it's "Gamara". Since the second list demonstratably has spelling errors and the first doesn't, "Gamarra" has a slightly better shot at being the correct spelling.
[[/folder]]
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[[folder:General: Justice 5]]
[[caption-width-right:500:In any language, the team is the ''Justice 5'' (ジャスティス5).]]
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* BlindObedience: It isn't until the eighteenth episode of the twenty the team is active in that the "Hey, wait a minute..." kicks in. At this point they've long heard about what Volkov has done as head of Borg and they've witnessed the sheer loathing his old team has for him and still he had to direct his bad side to them for the penny to drop.
* DealWithTheDevil: Their deal with Volkov is this, whom they didn't know was a scumbag. Moses was given an opportunity to earn money for his sister's treatment, Ming-Ming's dream of being an idol was fulfilled, and Garland was given the means to adhere to his family tradition of being a champion. Then came [=S3E50=], and finally they understood how deep they were in.
* FiveManBand: Played with. On the surface, Brooklyn is the leader, Garland is the lancer, Mystel is the smart guy, Moses is the big guy, and Ming-Ming is the chick. However, the roles overlap or are played differently. For the first, an example is that Moses is far more the heart of the team than Ming-Ming even though Ming-Ming still has the heart theme. For the second, an example is that Mystel is the smart guy on account of being the sneaky guy. Notably, while Brooklyn is the leader de iure, Garland is the leader de facto.
* MixAndMatchCreatures: The Justice 5 exclusively use bit-beasts that fall under this category. Poseidon and Apollon are the simplest designs, but even they aren't properly described by means of one (mythical) animal.
* SuperTeam: The closest there is to one among the beyblade teams. Garland is the martial artist, Brooklyn is the gifted one, Ming-Ming has her two selves, gravity has nothing on Mystel, and Moses has raw strength like no other.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Brooklyn]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/SoichiroHoshi (Japanese), Creator/RobertTinkler (English)
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: In his childhood.
* AntiAntiChrist
* AxCrazy: [[spoiler:Thanks, Hitoshi.]]
* BreakTheHaughty: Post Kai's rematch.
* BrilliantButLazy: He'd rather sit in a grassy field and play with small animals than watch a beybattle. But he's the most [[BornWinner naturally gifted blader in the series]], he doesn't ever need to practice anyhow. His immense natural skill even gives him some sort of unexplained powers of prescience that allow him to predict most outcomes of battles.
* BunnyEarsLawyer
* CastingAShadow
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}
* TheDragon: To Volkov.
* FinalBoss
* HellishPupils
* LightIsNotGood: Dresses all in white, a fairly pleasant person. Just don't actually make him serious.
* LonelyAtTheTop
* PersonOfMassDestruction
* PowerGivesYouWings
* RealityWarper
* VillainousBreakdown: During his second match with Kai. [[spoiler:And through it he ended up subverting the above tropes that made him so [[AntiVillain Anti Villain-y.]]]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Garland Siebald]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HiroshiKamiya (Japanese), David Berni (English)
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* TheDragon: To Brooklyn.
* FacialMarkings: A bindi.
* FamilyHonor: Everybody in his family excels at a sport of some kind, and he's very much intent to keep tradition alive.
* TheHeart: He does his best to try to keep his teammates in line and keep up their morale.
* OurGryphonsAreDifferent: Apollon.
* ShockAndAwe:
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ming-Ming]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/AyaHirano (Japanese), Creator/StephanieBeard (English)
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Ming-Ming reads as Chinese, but has a skin tone far darker than is normally incorporated in the design of Chinese characters, let alone [[LightGirlDarkBoy female ones]]. It's unexpected.
* CombatPragmatist: During difficult beyblade matches she sings for two reasons: it helps her fighting better, and it ''drives her opponents mad'', making them more prone to errors.
* DarkChick: She's the singular female member of the BEGA League, which are the main adversaries during ''G-Revolution''. She's also not on good terms with Hiromi, although this mostly Hiromi's doing.
* DecompositeCharacter: According to Aoki's website, Ming-Ming is based on the same concept that was the origin of Mutsuki.
* DeliberatelyCuteChild: Ming-Ming's Loli Form is small, big-eyed, insufferably cutesy, and the version she consciously uses for her career as an idol.
* EvilDiva: Ming-Ming is the lead singer of the Ming-Ming Band.
* GenkiGirl
* MagicIdolSinger
* OdangoHair: Combine with GirlishPigtails. On the front, he hair is in two pigtails that frame her face. Behind those tails, her hair is tied up in buns like this with white cloth that visually forms a second set of pigtails.
* OlderAlterEgo: That and/or SleepModeSize. Ming-Ming has a Loli Form to use for her career as an idol and a Queen Form to use for her career as a beyblader. And while her Loli Form is the one she uses most often, nothing suggests either form to be more true than the other. Her apparent age also stays within the usual range for bladers regardless of her form, making her age change less significant than it normally is for a MagicIdolSinger.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Venus.
* SomethingAboutARose: In Loli Form, Ming-Ming wears red roses lines with daisies as if it's OdangoHai. Ming-Ming's symbol in Queen Form is a lavender rose. She usually just holds it, but she can also send it off as a non-weaponized [[PetalPower petal storm]].
* TransformationSequence: From pop-star to beyblade fighter, she gains a somewhat more mature look and personality.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Moses (Crusher)]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: モーゼス / Moses / Crusher]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: ギガース / Gigas / Gigars]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E33=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Masachika Takatsuka (Japanese), Richard Dumont (English)
----
* BaldOfAwesome:
* {{BFG}}: Follows on DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength. When starting out as a blader, Moses was given a regular shooter by Volkov, but he proved too strong to handle it without breaking it. It might very well be the only time Volkov was genuinely amused. Moses received a massive shooter thereafter, which he carries around in parts and assembles on the spot when he has to battle.
* TheBrute:
* FamilyThemeNaming: In the original version, it's '''Mo'''ses and '''Mo'''nica. Averted in the dub that has him renamed "Crusher".
* HealthcareMotivation:
* ManlyTears: Large, strong, and dangerous, but easily the one character who cries the most in the entire franchise relative to their appearances. He cries during [=S3E33=], his very first episode, when he tells Takao about his sister and how only thanks to Volkov he can help pay for her treatment. He cries in [=S3E44=] when Rei congratulates him on winning the match and commends his love for his sister. And he cries in [=S3E50=] over the conflict between carrying out Volkov's orders full-well knowing they are morally wrong.
* PowerTattoo:
* ReligiousAndMythologicalThemeNaming: SquatsInAName applies because it doesn't mean anything in-universe. Moses is the one black guy of the main manipulated-into-villainy team of the second half of ''G-Revolution''. Aaron is the one of the first half.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Gigas is named after the Greek word "Γίγας", referring to the Giant branch of Ancient Greek gods. "ギガース" features the elongated ā from ガー for pronunciation, but these kana are also the way Japanese renders er/ar/or. Hence, "ギガース" got mis-re-romanized as "Gigars". Whether "Gigars" should be considered canon because it is what canon says it is or if a correction should be applied is up for debate.
* TrenchCoatWarfare: Moses's BadassLongcoat is of practical nature. It's lined with pockets on the inside for all the components of his shooter. The shooter itself is way too large to carry around, so he brings it along in parts. If he's got a match ahead, he can assemble his shooter in seconds.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mystel]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KoukiMiyata (Japanese), Edward Glen (English)
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* BratsWithSlingshots: Mystel's launcher is a slingshot and Mystel himself is definitely a brat, especially because his pseudo-flight allows him to stay out of any retaliation's reach.
* CoolMask: Wears a four-eyed mask.
* DarkSkinnedBlonde
* EvilGenius
* FunPersonified: His reasons for joining BEGA are unknown, but it seems he's just in it to have a good time, and is almost always smiling.
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: Poseidon's attack.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: He has a tendency to say rude or insensitive things to others without knowing he does it.
* JumpPhysics: He has rather improbable jumping abilities. He can jump from building sized cliffs and somehow slow his descent speed to land harmlessly on the ground.
* MakingASplash
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: Poseidon.
[[/folder]]

!Anime solo bladers
[[folder:Nobuo (Billy)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: ノブオ / Nobuo / Billy]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: スタースティンガー / Star Stinger]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V1C1=]; [=S1E1=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' {{Creator/Kujira}} (Japanese), Dan Warry-Smith (English)
Either a member of the Shell Killers (manga) or a good friend of Takao and Akira (anime).
----
* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Goes hand-in-hand with NamedByTheAdaptation, AscendedExtra, and AdaptationalAttractiveness. In the manga, the character is nameless and a member of the Shell Killers (his role as a beyblade thief went to Hiruta in the anime). The anime [[TrickBoss plays with this]] when Nobuo gets onscreen and is made to look like a violent bully. However, a minute or so later it becomes clear that he and Takao are actually good friends, just a tad insistent when it comes to beyblading. Nobuo later also befriends Akira and along with him and Takao helps a little kid get back at his own bully. As for his looks, his nose is more pronounced and somewhat angular in the manga than in the anime and its appearance is used as an insult to him.
* TheBrute: In the manga and faked in the anime, where he turns out to be TheBigGuy.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Becomes this with Akira in [=S1E18=], the BreatherEpisode in which Takao and Kyōju return home for a while.
* SoreLoser: In the manga, Nobuo had taken the beyblades of anyone he defeated. Takao challenged him for it, meaning Nobuo would return all beys if he lost and acquire the beys of all of Takao's supporters if he won. He lost and tried to escape with the beyblades. He did return them grudgingly but willingly when Takao stopped him not to demand the beys back but to hand him his own which he was forgetting about.
* StarterVillain: He's the first mean opponent Takao deals with in the manga. He's also the first opponent Takao defeats in the anime, but the mean factor is fake.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: In the manga, Nobuo disappears from the story after his defeat. It is known that the Shell Killers don't take kindly to losers amidst their ranks, but it's unknown how things played out for Nobuo.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Akira (Andrew)]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: アキラ / Akira / Andrew]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S1E1=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KoukiMiyata (Japanese), Lyon Smith (English)
A local champion of the town next to Akebo and a good friend of Takao, Kyōju, and Nobuo.
----
* GentleGiant: Akira is about 1.5x the size of any other blader in his area. It's unknown if he's also older, but what is known is that he's got about three moods: defensive (of others), protective, and supportive.
* MulticoloredHair: He's got brown hair in the back and a tuft of blond on the front.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: With a little helping of LargeAndInCharge. Akira has his own fanclub which members really looks up to him. He doesn't tolerate them thinking badly of his opponents. And although he took the bait Hiruta laid out, he did it on his own terms, being more amused at Hiruta's insults than, well, insulted. After his loss, he and Kyōju became Takao's support team to ensure he'd win against Hiruta and Akira later got his fanclub together to save Kyōju from the Shell Killers.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Becomes this with Nobuo in [=S1E18=], the BreatherEpisode in which Takao and Kyōju return home for a while.
[[/folder]]

!Manga bladers
[[folder:Kennosuke Shishi]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: 剣之介・獅子 / Kennosuke Shishi]]
[[quoteright:300:Bit-beast: ガーディアンドライガー / Guardian Driger]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V7CSS1=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
A samurai-type beyblader who travels around with his younger brother Tenmaru to further his mastery of the blade, whether that means the sword or the beyblade. His bit-beast is Guardian Driger, a tiger.
----
* TheCameo: Because Daichi's entire journey to catch up with Takao was scrapped for the anime, Kennosuke was scrapped too. However, he, Tenmaru, and Hikaru are featured in one of the slideshow panels at the end of ''G-Revolution''.
* EverythingsBetterWithSamurai: He's a samurai and despite his age fittingly old-fashioned. For instance, he uses the [[UsefulNotes/JapanesePronouns "sessha" pronoun]] and the [[{{Keigo}} "gozaru" verb]]. Also of note is that his name, which means "Herald of the Sword", is very similar to the story's other samurai, Ryūnosuke, which means "Herald of the Dragon".
* PantheraAwesome: His bit-beast, which he only uses in the 2002 GBA title ''Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Fierce Battle! Team Battle!!'', is Guardian Driger. Meanwhile, his last name, "獅子"/"Shishi", means "lion".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tenmaru Shishi]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: 天丸・獅子 / Tenmaru Shishi]]
[[quoteright:300:Bey: サンダードラゴン / Thunder Dragon]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V7CSS1=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
Kennosuke's younger brother, student, and assistant. Tenmaru's only recently entered the scene as a blader himself, having been gifted his bey Thunder Dragon by Kennosuke.
----
* TheCameo: Because Daichi's entire journey to catch up with Takao was scrapped for the anime, Tenmaru was scrapped too. However, he, Kennosuke, and Hikaru are featured in one of the slideshow panels at the end of ''G-Revolution''.
* DistressedDude: Daichi's attempts to get Kennosuke to accept his challenge came very close to seriously injuring Tenmaru. Another time, it seemed Daichi had injured Tenmaru in battle, but the kid had just fallen asleep. Both instances were the closest Kennosuke came to losing his cool.
* TagalongKid: The useful kind to Kennosuke.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Ayaka Hiruta]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Blader: アヤカ・蛭田 / Ayaka Hiruta]]
[[AC:First Appearance: "Spin-Off"]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
Makoto Hiruta's older sister. She's a quality blader, but lacks a bey of her own.
----
* CoolBigSis: Makoto doesn't like that Ayaka takes his bey whenever she pleases, but he's damn proud of her victories.
* FriendlyRivalry: Has one with Mao based on the rivalry-starting comic followed by artwork in which they seem to enjoy each other's company. It has traits of RedOniBlueOni, with Ayaka being the blue one.
* HairDecorations: She has two pins to keep her bangs to the side.
* SpecsOfAwesome: Ayaka looks like a regular nerd with her glasses and school uniform, but she's a vicious blader with not a good word to spare for people she beats.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Ayaka's relation with Mao reminds of the one Emily and Mao had at the end of the anime's first season. This relation does not exist in the manga. Add to that that Ayaka and Emily are not unlike in appearance.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Ayaka has blue hair.
[[/folder]]

!Family
[[folder:Zeo Zagāto]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ゼオ・ザガート / Zeo Zagāto]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V9C3=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
Zagāto's oldest son, who died some time ago. He might (manga) or might not (anime) have a younger brother named Leon.
----
* WalkingSpoiler: This character entry's existence alone is a spoiler, presuming you can count.
----
* DeathByOriginStory: The original Zeo is dead to serve as the motivation for Doctor Zagāto and the second Zeo. According to Aoki's website, the android story was what he originally had in mind for Zeo, hence why "Gepetto" served as basis for "Zagāto". But he got negative feedback on that idea, so for the manga he changed it by making the second Zeo the original's younger brother instead.
* ParentalFavoritism: In the manga, it's hard to argue Zagāto doesn't infinitely love Zeo more than he does Leon, given what he does for the first and what he puts the second through.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bill (William)]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_bill.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ビル / Bill / William]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E41=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Takayasu Usui (Japanese), Tony Daniels (English)
The valet of the Zagāto household and the primary caretaker of Zeo during the day while his father is out running his company.
----
* OldRetainer: Implied, mostly on the grounds that he's one of the few people who knows Zeo is not the original and displays behavior, such as his saddened expression when Zeo practices the violin, that suggests he may have known said original
* ParentalSubstitute: Bill's the "parent" Zeo comes home to while Zagāto is out and about being a CEO. He watches over the boy, supervises his violin lessons, and mediates between Zeo and Zagāto when necessary, which includes keeping Zagāto from expressing his stress with violence.
* SecretKeeper: He's the only person confirmed to know about Zeo being a robot outside of him and Zagāto prior to the World Tournament.
[[/folder]]
----
[[folder:Pablo Fernandez]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beyblademanga_pablo_2.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: パブロ・フェルナンデス / Pablo Fernandez]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V11C2=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
A renowned beyblade craftsman from Spain who only makes beys for whom he deems worthy. He is the grandfather of Julia and Raul, but no less grumpy towards them than to anyone else.
----
* CoolOldGuy: Best bey craftsman in the world, an influential judge of character as a result, and, well, old and a guy.
* NiceHat: He wears a beret. It communicates artistry.
* ThickerThanWater: Averted. Raul and Julia try to shoo away Takao by insisting Pablo won't make any beys for any rival of theirs. Pablo doesn't even look up from his workbench when he corrects that family's got nothing to do it; it's about a heart for beyblading.
* UltimateBlacksmith: Effectively, given how beyblades are considered a genuine weapon. Could be considered more of TheBlacksmith, because while he has a reputation as the very best craftsman and is the only one who can make a bey that contains the power of Dragoon at the time in the manga, there's a few more chapters after that and his isn't the last rebuild Dragoon receives.
[[/folder]]
----
[[folder:Monica]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: モニカ / Monica]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E33=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
Moses's younger sister.
----
* DarkSkinnedBlond:
* FamilyThemeNaming: In the original version, it's '''Mo'''nica and '''Mo'''ses. Averted in the dub that has her brother renamed "Crusher".
* IllGirl:
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Moses's family]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladegrev_mofam.png]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S3E33=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A
The rest of Moses's and Monica's family, which consists of a father, a mother, and an ambiguous amount of children.
----
* AmbiguouslyRelated: The only glimpse at the larger family is a photo that doesn't identify who is who. It can be assumed that the boy opposite Monica is another sibling, but with how close he must be in age to Monica convention raises the unanswered question if they're twins. As for the rest, in Japanese Moses talks about his father, his mother, and his "kyōdai-tachi". "Kyōdai" refers to an older brother and younger brother(s), but can also be used to refer to siblings regardless of age and gender. "Tachi" is an explicit plural. Because he is speaking about how the family is working hard for Monica's sake, Monica isn't included in this use of "kyōdai-tachi". The photo doesn't provide enough detail to tell the age of anyone but the two kids nor do the characters stand in a way that communicates anything. The woman on the right might be the mother, but she also might be another sister, while of the men on the left the blond one only seems slightly older than the brunet.
* HealthCareMotivation: For the whole of ''G-Revolution'', nothing is more important to the family than getting Monica the treatment she needs.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Moses and Monica are the only members of the family that are actually in the show. The rest is only shown in a photo. Moses does mention they all do their best to make Monica's treatment affordable, but they're not ever shown to be with her. Not even in the Japanese-only slideshow ending where, instead of Moses and Monica being with their family or something, the two of them attend a concert by the Ming-Ming Band.
[[/folder]]

!Others
[[folder:Bianca & Rosetta]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beyblade2000_biancarosetta.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: Bianca & Rosetta]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S1E35=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KumiSakuma (Japanese), Creator/JulieLemieux (English)
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/ShihoKawaragi (Japanese), Creator/SusanRoman (English)
Two girls that are close friends and more-or-less jointly dating Giancarlo. Bianca is the blonde one and Rosetta is the redheaded one.
----
* ALadyOnEachArm: They are the ladies in question, with Giancarlo being the hunk. They are nameless in the Japanese version, but not in the dub. The trope also isn't followed to the letter in that arguably they are the ones in control of the relation.
* BareYourMidriff: Rosetta walks around with an exposed belly.
* FanGirl: Waver towards this in regards to Giancarlo. They do not care about beyblading, but do think Giancarlo looks mighty sexy when he beybattles. Even when they barely know what's going on, they're observant enough of his actions that it took Kyōju eavesdropping on them for the BBA to figure out Giancarlo's strategy.
* TheFashionista: Moreso in the original than in the dub. In the former, almost every plan they make with Giancarlo is about going shopping for new clothes and accessories. In the latter, they still make mention of going shopping, but food and going out on Giancarlo's yacht replace some of the dialogue's focus.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: They themselves are the foreshadowing to Giancarlo's double theme.
* GoldDigger: Waver towards this in regards to Giancarlo too, though quite more so in the dub than in the original. They do like him and his money isn't worth it to them without his attention, but they'll milk him for every bit of luxury he can provide.
* HairDecorations: Bianca wears a classy bow, while Rosetta opts for a NiceHat.
* MeaningfulName: Pretend you didn't read the character summary up above and take a wild guess who, between Bianca, Italian for "white", and Rosetta, Italian for "little rose", is the blonde one and who the redhead.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: Bianca & Rosetta aren't named in the original version. The credits only list them as "shōjo A/B", meaning "girl A/B". They are named "Bianca" and "Rosetta" in the dub.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: From what little there is to go on, Bianca is the girly one what with her pink, dress, bow, long hair and so on while Rosetta is the tomboyish one with her blue, pants, medium hair and so on.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Gideon]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ギデオン / Gideon]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E3=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Takashi Matsuyama (Japanese), Len Carlson (English)
An immediate henchmen of Doctor Zagāto, who was the first one tasked with obtaining the BBA Team's' bit-beasts. Within Team Psychic, he concerns himself with blader management; that is, recruitment, training, and disposement.
----
* AccidentalMurder: He pushed Doctor B away from the [[SelfDestructMechanism self-destruct button]], intending nothing more than that. However, Doctor B hits a damaged computer, resulting in electrocution followed by the ceiling collapsing on top of him. Gideon is sufficiently horrified by the result of his action.
* AristocratsAreEvil: He's not outright said to be a nobleman, but his demeanor and fashion sense are a strong hint in that direction. The golden ring he's often seen polishing also strikes as a [[IconicItem family heirloom]]. The fact he's evil needs no argument.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Gideon is not exactly nice, but for most of his early screentime he comes across as composed, a longterm strategist, and a bit of a dandy. Come [=S2E12=], when Doctor B has failed to capture the bit-beasts during the island project, and Gideon again seemingly leisurely advises him to make artificial bit-beasts to battle the real ones with. One hint of doubt on Doctor B's part whether they can and Gideon puts the fear in him by showing a before-unseen aggressive side. Notably, Doctor B is much more stressed during the cyber bit-beast project than during the island project.
* TheDragon: He is under direct command of Doctor Zagāto, who is effectively behind all the trouble the Bladebreakers face in ''V-Force''. It comes in the TheManBehindTheMan variety, because while Gideon is introduced in the third episode, Zagāto's existence is not revealed until the twentieth episode.
* GenericDoomsdayVillain: Gideon dies without there being any explanation why he did what he did. He worked for Doctor Zagāto, but did he have the same goal of making Zeo human or did he think it was something else they were after?
* KarmicDeath: He dies from having the ceiling fall down on him when his lair collapses. How did it come to collapse? Because of the damage dealt by the very cyber bit-beasts he ordered to be created. It also comes close to the way Doctor B died at Gideon's hands.
* ShoutOut: According to Aoki's website, Gideon is designed to be fox- and cat-like as per the duo from ''Literature/TheAdventuresOfPinocchio''. The name "Gideon" comes from the [[{{Disney/Pinocchio}} Disney version of the cat]].
* UndyingLoyalty: In both versions but stronger in the dub. While Gideon's life is on the line when he finds himself in a CollapsingLair, he still worries about his duty to report to Zagāto.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Mixed with MultiColoredHair, because Gideon has purple-and-black hair.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Doctor B]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ドクターB / Doctor B]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E6=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/TsuyoshiKoyama (Japanese), Tony Daniels (English)
One of the main geniuses of Zagāto Industries and Gideon's right-hand man. He created the magtram and the cyber bit-beasts and presumably had a role in the development of Psykick's other tech.
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* BaldOfEvil: He's bald and he's evil.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: For all that he was fine letting children go BrainwashedAndCrazy under the influence of the cyber bit-beasts, he doesn't appear to have been immune himself. When Cyber Dragoon thrashes the facility, putting everyone inside in danger, Doctor B (eventually) responds with delight at having created something so powerful. He's fully prepared to hit the [[SelfDestructMechanism self-destruct button]] then and is only stopped because Gideon isn't as cool with dying. Doctor B subsequently hits a damaged computer, resulting in electrocution followed by the ceiling collapsing on top of him.
* LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine: Doctor B does nothing that requires a labcoat, but almost always wears one. He exchanges it for a suit only when he has to deal with the world outside of Team Psykick, such as when he has to talk with Daitenji.
* MadScientist: The fact he took pride in creating unstoppable, independent, and life-draining bit-beasts should say enough. The list of unethical practices he's dabbled in is significant.
* NumberTwo: He's this to Gideon within their part of Zagāto Industries. Gideon let him take full authority during the island project even.
* OnlyKnownByInitials: Like Mister B before him and Doctor K after him, Doctor B is only ever referred to as "Doctor B".
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: To Mister B from the manga, also a scientist but a good one. It's mostly the curious codename that links the two.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Doctor K]]
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[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ドクターK / Doctor K]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E29=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Hikaru Ikeda (Japanese), Joanne Vannicola (English)
Another of the main geniuses of Zagāto Industries, but one who ended up feeling unrecognized after being told to put the project to steal the Bladebreakers' bit-beasts on hold. She secretly continued, but was discovered and summarily fired along with her assistant Dan. She retaliated by becoming the Parts Hunters' coach.
----
* HotScientist: Doctor K gives Judy a run for her money, even more so after leaving Zagāto's troops. Her new outfit then is positively {{Stripperiffic}}, consisting of ProperTightsWithASkirt, DangerouslyShortSkirt, BareYourMidriff, and a top that leaves a lot of her bra exposed. Het labcoat gets traded in for a BadassLongcoat that affords her some semblance of modesty.
* LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine: Doctor K does nothing that requires a labcoat, but always wears one during her time in Zagāto's employ. Thereafter, she exchanges it for a white BadassLongcoat of similar proportions.
* MadScientist:
* OnlyKnownByInitials: Like Mister B and Doctor B before her, Doctor K is only ever referred to as "Doctor K".
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Dan]]
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/beybladevforce_dan.png]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: Dan]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=S2E29=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Katashi Ishizuka (Japanese), Jonathan Potts (English)
Doctor K's loyal right-hand man and all-around assistant.
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* TheConsigliere: Dan is among the few Doctor K trusts and cares to hear out, as is evident in [=S2E32=], Unfortunately for Dan, Doctor K is a stubborn and arrogant employer.
* ManInWhite: There's a few purple accents on the shoulders and the collar, but otherwise he wears all-white. Notably, this includes gloves, which none of his fellow researchers wear.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: Dan isn't named in the original version. The credits only list him as "sanbō", meaning "advisor" or "(military) staff member". He is named "Dan" in the dub.
* RightHandHottie: To Doctor K, although it does nothing to make her kinder to him.
* SinisterShades: Dan rarely shows his eyes, usually having them hidden behind his shades. It creates a moment of vulnerability in the Japanese version of [=S2E35=] when after another failure he tries to speak confidence into Doctor K She slaps him so hard for it that his glasses are knocked off his head. He only stares at her incredulously.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Doctor K's fate is ambiguous as it is, but Dan's worse off. His last appearance is in [=S2E46=]. He watches the match between the Parts Hunters and the Saint Seals with her and then isn't seen or talked about when Doctor K is brought down an episode later.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jean-Paul Barthez]]
[[caption-width-right:300:Character: ジャンポール・バルテズ / Jean-Paul Barthez]]
[[AC:First Appearance: [=I-V10C2=]; [=S3E7=]]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Hitoshi Bifu (Japanese), Edward Glen (English)
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* AscendedExtra: You'd be forgiven if you didn't know Barthez exists in the manga, because there's exactly one panel featuring him, a little behind the Barthez Soldats, in [=I-V10C2=]. He's neither named nor introduced. You can sort of infer from his position combined with the team name that he's the coach, but that's as far as it goes. It's worth noting that in the manga the Barthez Soldats become evil under influence of the Heavy Metal System, but as it isn't even certain Barthez is still with the team at that point, his exact role is guesswork. In the anime, he's straight-up evil, in league with Volkov, and the reason the Barthez Soldats serve as a villain team for some time.
* DirtyCoward:
* EvilGenius:
* MentorArchetype:
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