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Battle Brawlers

A draconic-looking rogue Bakugan and a White One. He seeks to gain absolute power over all living things.
  • Big Bad: He is the main being driving the plotline of the first series, going after the two cores of Vestroia, throwing the world into chaos, and sending the Infinity Core to Earth.
  • Brains Evil, Brawn Good: As a white Bakugan, he is completely powerless, but he makes up for it by showing himself to be an incredibly capable schemer.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Wyvern, another Bakugan and his twin sister.
  • Don't Make Me Destroy You: He utters this to Wavern when he tries to convince her to give him the Infinity Core.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: He has a very deep voice.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Every time he speaks, his voice is rather calm, even if he is making it clear he is going to kill someone.
  • Flat Character: Doesn't get much onscreen growth, but that's partly because he's controlling things from behind the scenes the entire time.
  • Freudian Excuse: He sought to become the most powerful Bakugan in existence because he resented being born as a powerless White One.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Thanks to his actions in the first season, the main antagonists of the other seasons are able to invade New Vestroia, where as before, it is implied the original Vestroia was shielded from other threats.
  • It's Personal: He does not like Drago, and it probably has to do with his relationship with Wavern.
  • It's All About Me: He tells Wavern that his actions are for the benefits of all White Bakugan, but it becomes very obvious he is really out for power just for himself.
  • Karmic Death: According to Word of God, he was sent to the Doom Dimension upon his defeat, the same place he'd arranged for a great many Bakugan to be sent to.
  • Not Quite Dead: According to Word of God, he was banished to the Doom Dimension... despite the fact he exploded. Fortunately, being sent to the Doom Dimension is actually a Karmic Death, since he attempted to send hundreds of Bakugan there.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Naga starts out as a wyvern but, as the dark powers grown inside him, he becomes more of a humanoid Dracolich.
  • Our Wyverns Are Different: He starts out as a bipedal dragon with bat-like arm-wings, much like his sister Wavern.
  • Phlebotinum Overload: He can absorb energy. So Drago and the other Guardian Bakugan force feed it to him till he explodes.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Why he spares Michael the first time he meets him. He realizes he can use the card Michael brings him by accident, and he decides to use him as his agent on Earth, instead of outright killing him.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He remains inside the Silent Core for much of the first season, before he breaks out towards the finale.
  • We Can Rule Together: He utters this to Wavern, who ignores it.

    Masquerade & Hydranoid 
A duo consisting of Masquerade, a brawler, and his guardian Bakugan, Hydranoid.
  • The Ace: Easily one of the best brawlers in all seasons when it comes to pure skill. During the first season, he was the No. 1 ranked Brawler in the world. Despite having dozens of on-screen matches, he lost only three of them, only one of which was considered a fair loss.
  • Anime Hair: Masquerade's hair is styled up in gravity-defying spikes.
  • Badass Longcoat: He wears a long white coat with a lot of buttons.
  • Cool Mask: Don't you deny it. Although its size may vary.
  • Dark Is Evil: Hydranoid is an evil and powerful Bakugan that looks like a monstrous dragon with a black, purple, and red color scheme. This contrasts Naga, who is an evil white dragon Bakugan.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Hydranoid becomes this, after Masquerade's Heel–Face Turn.
  • Evil Mask: His mask is the source of his existence, allowing his personality to dominate Alice's.
  • The Dragon: To Naga.
  • Gender Bender: Masquerade actually Alice's alter-ego, born through a combination of the Silent Core's negative energy and Michael Gehabich's dimensional transporter.
  • The Heavy: Naga may be the Big Bad and Hal-G may be Naga's partner, but for much of the series it's Masquerade pushing the plan forward.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After losing to Dan, he agrees to help him one last time at Alice's request. After that, he vanishes.
  • Jekyll & Hyde: Masquerade is the Hyde to Alice's Jekyll.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: Masquerade, who wears a mask at all times until he finally takes it off to reveal that he's Alice.
  • Man in White: Masquerade, who usually wears a long white coat.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He twists a lot of people around his finger in his quest to evolve his Hydranoid and defeat Naga's opposition.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: In his first appearance, he nearly sends Drago to the Doom Dimension, but he decides to spare him out of empathy. This later causes a tsunami of problems for him and his masters later on in the season.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Hydranoid, a hydra.
  • Pet the Dog: He chooses to spare Drago at the end of his first appearance, admitting that he did so out of mercy, rather than pragmatism.
  • The Rival: For Dan, in Season 1.
  • Split Personality: He's one for Alice, brought to life by Naga's surge of Negative energy.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Masquerade is this for Alice.
  • Two Aliases, One Character: He and Alice are one and the same. Even Alice is shocked by this revelation.
  • Villainous Breakdown: The most famous one in the entire show. He took his first two on-screen losses in stride and in general next to nothing fazes him, but when Dan and Drago prove his and Hydranoid's equal during their final brawl, he completely loses it.
  • Walking Spoiler: It's nigh-impossible to talk about him without disclosing his real identity.
  • Worf Had the Flu: His first two losses are attributed to being outnumbered two-on-one and facing off against the Infinity Core.
  • Worthy Opponent: He comes to see Dan as this, and ends up saving him when he's in trouble against Naga's henchmen.
  • You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Tells this to Alice before fading away. After all, she is him.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: He sent his first Guardian Bakugan, Reaper, to the Doom Dimension and replaced him with Hydranoid.


The Six Gatekeepers of Dark Vestroia

  • Elemental Powers: Being Bakugan hybrids, all of the Gatekeepers have two elemental powers for each of them, instead of one.
    • Both Rabeeder and her sister, Tricloid, have the Haos and Subterra elements.
    • Both Tayghen and her brother, Hairadee, have the Aquos and Ventus elements.
    • Both Druman and his brother, Centorrior, have the Pyrus and Darkus elements.
  • Monster of the Week: All six of them.

Hairadee's sister.

Tayghen's brother.

Tricloid's sister.

Rabeeder's sister.

Druma's brother.

Centorrior's brother.
  • Blood Knight: He's more eager to fight than Centorrior. It plays into his affinity for the Pyrus element.
  • False Reassurance: Claims to have saved Dan from a horde of [[Mooks Gargonoids]], but then Centorrior points out that he only did so to kill them himself.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: He's a draconic Bakugan.
  • Playing with Fire: Has an affinity for the Pyrus element.

New Vestroia

The king of Vestal, and the father of Hydron, his only son.
  • Abusive Parent: To Hydron.
  • Big Bad: In Season 2.
  • Killed Off for Real: His ship explodes with him still in it.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Gets so fed up with getting his ass kicked multiple times by the heroes that he ends up trying to destroy the whole universe.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: his Bakugan, Farbros, is a gigantic mechanical building blocks dragon.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He doesn't take failure well. Each time his forces are defeated his motivations get more and more overboard. He goes from trying to conquer the Bakugan to trying to perform genocide on them to finally trying to destroy the whole freaking universe! Yeah, he's still pretty composed the whole time, but his motives aren't.
  • Villain Has a Point: At one point during his brawl with Hydron he tells him that he shouldn't care what he thinks of him and considering how he treats him it's hard to disagree.

    Clay Fermin 
  • Mad Scientist: Or For Science!.
    • To give an idea of his technological genius, his list of inventions include mechanical versions of living Bakugan, the Bakugan Termination System, a device designed to exterminate all Bakugan, and the Alternative Weapon System, a massive battleship powerful enough to annihilate entire planets and capable of inter-universal travel if Zenoheld's words are to be believed. While it has not been confirmed, it is likely he is also responsible, at least in part, for the creation of gauntlets and dimension controllers as well.
  • Sanity Slippage: Was more than willing to fire the Alternative's main gun on his own son, all while laughing insanely. Clearly the Vexos' constant defeats and his desire for perfection and knowledge did a number on his sanity.


The prince of Vestal and Zenoheld's only son.

  • Badass Longcoat: In New Vestroia Arc 2, he wears an awesome looking long vest with fur trim all around the collar.
  • Fallen Princess: Male version; he loses his title and privileges after his father ceases to be the king of Vestal.
  • Royal Brat: He's spoiled rotten, and sees Bakugan as things to collect.
  • Sore Loser: Does NOT take losing well, evident by his reaction after he was defeated by Volt.
  • Took a Level in Badass: When we first see him, he is a spoiled rotten prince that waltzes around in a Not So Badass Cape, thinking he's tough stuff. When New Vestroia Arc 2 begins, he seems a lot cooler, calm and collected, plus he has the most awesome Mechanical Bakugan in the series.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Desperately wants Zenoheld's approval and love. Lync mocks him for being this. Eventually he comes to his senses and sacrifices himself to prevent Zenoheld from escaping his battleship.

    Gus Grav & Vulcan

    Volt Luster & Brontes & Boriates

    Lync Volan & Altair & Aluze

    Mylene Farrow & Elico & Macubass

  • Attack Drone: Macubass' ABSIDS ability.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Some fans believe the relationship of her and Shadow Prove is more than friends. Even in episode 37, it's shown they are undercover as a couple and share the same T-shirt.
  • The Baroness: Although her loyalty is to Zenoheld, she's not as evil as him but she's still a competitive brawler.
  • Dark Chick: Of the Vexos faction.
  • Expy: *Cough* Her Macubass. If you are Gundam fans, you will be familiar with it.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Elico.
  • Oh, Crap!: After she realized that her Death Bomb is not working in Bakugan Interspace, which causes her Karmic Death.
  • Redemption Rejection: Keith offers her to join his side, but she rejects it and chooses to die than to face dishonor after her defeat and tries to kill both of them.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only female member of Vexos.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Is her surname "Farrow" or "Pharaoh"?

    Shadow Prove & Hades & MAC Spider

Gundalian Invaders

The tyrannical emperor of the Gundalia in the third season and the leader of the Twelve Order.
  • 0% Approval Rating: Everyone in Gundalia (except Gill, Kazarina, Airzel and Stoica) fear and despise him for being an utterly heartless tyrant. Even the Gundalian Soldiers can't stand Barodius as they all serve him out of fear and try so hard to stay on his good side and not question his orders.
  • Arch-Enemy: Barodius is this to Dan Kuso.
  • Bad Boss: Barodius treats his subordinates like expendable pawns and doesn't give a damn about them. He will also sacrifice his own subjects to destroy both enemies and traitors. He also forces his people to live underground. All this would lead Nurzak and Ren Krawler to switch sides after seeing what a horrible, uncaring tyrant he really is.
  • Big Bad: Of the third season, as he declared war on the Neathians and is the leader of the Twelve Orders. Also in the fourth season, as he was revealed to be Mag Mel's true idenity.
  • Blue Blood: He was a member of a family that ruled Gundalia for generations.
  • Dark Is Evil: He's a Darkus brawler.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Dan in general, as both of their Bakugans have Ultimate Warrior Gene. While Dan treats his teammates like friends and family, Barodius treats his like disposable pawns and cares nothing about them.
  • Evil Overlord: He rules Gundalia with an iron fist.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Has this for both versions, with Ken Narita voicing him in Japanese and Shawn Meunier doing his English voice.
  • Foil: To Spectra Phantom.
  • It's All About Me
  • Lack of Empathy
  • White Hair, Black Heart


  • 0% Approval Rating: None of the other Gundalians like or respect her. They call her names and treat her with barely-concealed fear or contempt. The only one who likes her is Barodius, fittingly, because his is the only opinion she cares about.
  • The Baroness
  • The Dragon: The Emperor seemed awfully fond of her, even stating her name after executing Gill, as he prepares to attack the Brawlers.
    Barodius: Destroy them. For Kazarina!
  • Laser Blade: Briefly wields a rapier-shaped one against Nurzak. Then she loses it, and Gill finds it and uses it to kill her.
  • Light Is Not Good: She's the Haos brawler of the Twelve Orders. She's also sadistic and arrogant.
  • Mad Scientist: For the Twelve Orders. She actually hates being called this, though.
  • The Mole: Pretended to side with Nurzak in his planned coup, but turns him in to the Emperor.
  • Slipknot Ponytail: her ponytail comes loose after Gill strikes her down.
  • Witch with a Capital B: Often referred to as such by her fellow Twelve Orders members. She hates being called that, too.

Barodius' right-hand man and Second-in-command of the Twelve Order.
  • The Dragon: Like Kazarina, Gill shares the role of being one of Barodius' most loyal servants.
  • Driven by Envy: Gill grows incredibly jealous of Barodius favoring Kazarina over him from time to time. Eventually, Gill's jealously consumes him after Barodius promotes Kazarina as his new second-in-command and later Gill kills her in cold blood and tries to frame Fabia for it.
  • Foil: To Gus Grav.
  • Hot-Blooded: Gill is very bloodthristy, ruthless, jealous and merciless as his main attribute is Pyrus.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He tricks Zenet into spying on Kazarina and Nurzak, and give him important news of their plan to overthrow Barodius and after Zenet completes her task, Gill reveals that he tricked her and disposes of her when she is no longer useful.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Barodius. Gill obeys and follows any order Barodius gives him and will execute and attack anyone who disrespects his rule over the Gundalians. But Gill's blind devotion leds to his downfall as his jealously towards Kazarina consumes him and he murders her in cold blood, which Barodius finds out later and kills him for it.
  • Yes-Man: Is this to Barodius.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: To Zenet Surrow after she successfully reported to him that Nurzak and Kazarina were going to overthrow Barodius.

Captain of the Gundalian Forces and Gill's protege.

Youngest member of the Twelve Orders.

Mechtanium Surge

    Mag Mel & Razenoid 

  • Big Bad: Of the fourth season's first arc.
  • Broken Faceplate: His mask gets shattered by Dan, revealing Emperor Barodius underneath it.
  • Chess Master: He's been pretty much one step ahead of everyone the entire season and the one time he actually lost, he still managed to come out ahead.
  • Cursed with Awesome: In Code Eve's defense, being imprisoned for eternity in armor made from your own evil would probably be And I Must Scream turf if Barodius hadn't found out a way to use it to feed off Chaos Energy and become even more powerful.
  • Devour the Dragon: Once Mistress Sellon outlived her usefulness, Mag Mel kills her and absorbs her energy to fuel his rebirth. He does it again to Anubias the very next episode.
  • Disk-One Final Boss: Is beaten half way through Mechtanium Surge after Drago evolves into Fusion Dragonoid.
  • Emotion Eater: As if he wasn't already terrifying enough, he can eat fear in addition to energy.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: His being incapable of understanding that he lost because of Dan and Drago's Heroic Resolve and faith in their friends trumps his Power Of Hate and anger.
  • Hidden Villain: Nothing was known about him at first, and his true identity is only made known when Dan shatters his mask, revealing he's actually Emperor Barodius.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Drago and Dan actually warned him and Razenoid that stolen power which wasn't their own would be their downfall. After Dan and Drago took the Gate and Key away from them, their stolen energy fails them, allowing Drago to kill Razenoid, Mag Mel being mortally wounded in the process.
  • Karmic Death: Subverted. While his own actions did lead to his downfall, he and Razenoid didn't die from those alone. They are the only main villains to date that Dan and Drago actually killed in battle.
  • Knight of Cerebus: His arc is considerably more frightening than the previous villains, do in part to the simple fact that unlike the previous Big Bads, he's not after anything. He's just a murderous Omnicidal Maniac whose goal is to destroy the world. Not to mention the fact he's spent most of his arc performing a truly horrifying Mind Rape on Dan and Drago. To put this in perspective, he attacked Gundalia and began burning it to the ground.
  • Made of Evil: Mag Mel's armor was created by Code Eve from Barodius' evil as a means to imprison him. It backfired.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He's pretty good at manipulating people, having pretty much created his two Co-Dragons to do this in Bakugan Interspace, since he was imprisoned at the time.
  • Mind Rape: Another thing he's been using his Psychic Link with Dan and Drago for. The worst part is, he actually seems to enjoy it!
  • Mook Maker: Can create Chaos Bakugan, mindless monsters existing only to destroy. He also created Anubias and Sellon.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: So far, there's very little known about who or what he is except he was imprisoned for genocide and is an Omnicidal Maniac seeking to destroy Earth. Arguably, this makes him even scarier than the other main villains.
    • In-universe, part of what makes Dan and Drago so unnerved by him is the simple fact they have no idea where he came from or what he wants with them.
  • Not Quite Dead:
    • After Dan and Drago manage to unlock the power of the gate and key they have that he wants, they seemingly vaporize him. But it turns out he escaped and is continuing his plot, and he now has part of Drago's gate. It turns out he was a case of this all along as he's actually Emperor Barodius.
    • This would count to Emperor Barodius, due to everyone believing he and Dharak were killed by Code Eve. They were actually imprisoned in another dimension and became Mag Mel and Razenoid.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: If his minions are to be believed, his goal is to destroy the world. Considering it's said he was imprisoned for genocide, this is a pretty safe bet. And the first thing he did after being unleashed was attack Gundalia with the intent of burning it to the ground. His ultimate plan is revealed to be destroying Earth to let loose a Universe Wrecking Wave that will destroy every living thing in range of it.
  • One-Winged Angel: Turns out he is one for Emperor Barodius and Razenoid is one to Dharak. Razenoid eventually evolves as well.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Dharak, a standard quadrupedal Western style dragon which was a refreshing change of pace. Continued to be different from the others when he evolved into Phantom Dharak. Then he became Razenoid, a freaking spider-legged dragon.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Justified at first because he was literally sealed on his throne. Then it's subverted as he's the first Big Bad to lead his forces on the battlefield the moment he was out of his prison and able to.
  • The Power of Hate: Is a firm believer in this. And is ultimately proven wrong when it's beaten by The Power of Friendship and Heroic Resolve.
  • Psychic Link: Drago's newest evolution resulted in him and Mag Mel being linked in this fashion. Mel is presently attempting to drain his energy to break free of his prison. He's also been using it to Mind Rape them both and later to read Dan's mind to find out what the Brawlers were planning. He eventually cuts it when Dan starts using it against him.
  • The Reveal: He's actually Emperor Barodius, encased in the armor of his own evil by Code Eve and imprisoned in another universe. The genocide he committed being his attempted destruction of Neathia.
  • Sadistic Choice: Makes the Brawlers choose between killing an innocent person and deleting his Chaos Bakugan army. Thankfully, Spectra and Dan both pull Big Damn Heroes moments to stop them from having to make the choice.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Presently imprisoned in another dimmension along with his Guardian Bakugan. Thankfully for him, he's got a Psychic Link to Drago whose got a good bit of excess power to spare. Once he's finally free, his first act was to launch an all-out attack on Gundalia. The reason for his imprisonment is revealed to be his attempted destruction of Neathia when he was Emperor Barodius.
  • Taking You with Me: He tries this on Dan after being defeated in "The Final Takedown." All the energy he's absorbed is released when he's defeated and he tries to use it to take Dan and Drago down with him.
  • That Man Is Dead: Mag Mel says this about his previous self Emperor Barodius.
    Mag Mel: No, Barodius is "dead" and now the mighty Mag Mel lives!
  • Took a Level in Badass: He's gotten much harder to beat now compared to when he was Barodius, not only getting much stronger, but much smarter.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: To Mistress Sellon after she successfully got the Key from Dan. He "rewards" her by slowly killing her and then absorbing her energy. He even told her and Anubias that this would be their fate once they were no longer of use to him. He does it again to Anubias an episode later. It's no suprise, as he's actually Emperor Barodius!

Team Anubias

     Anubias & Horridian 
Voiced by: Rob Greenway

The leader of Team Anubias.

    Jack Punt & Krakenoid 
Voiced by: Gil Anderson

    Ben & Bolcannon 
Voiced by: Drew Nelson

    Robin & Ziperator 
  • The Stoic: Always looks serious and doesn't emote much.

    Noah & Ziperator 

Team Sellon

    Sellon & Spyron 
Voiced by: Katie Griffin

    Chris & Clawsaurus 

    Soon & Krowll 
Voiced by: Alyson Court


    Mechtavius Destroyer 
  • Asshole Victim: He won't be missed, considering he was an Omnicidal Maniac bent on slaughtering humanity, Bakugan, Vestals, Nethians, and Gundalians alike For the Evulz.
  • Big "NO!": Has one as he is finally destroyed by Dragonoid Destroyer in End of the Line, with his extremities in Slycerak, Exostriker and Mandibor being the first to disintegrate, before Coredegon follows, screaming in anguish.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: He was bent on wiping out humanity, Bakugan, Vestals, Nethians, and Gundalians alike just to be supreme Mechtogan.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Has one as his attack is slowly overpowered by Dragonoid Destroyer, before being completely overwhelmed and vaporized, screaming in anguish.

Voiced by: Tyrone Savage, Robert Tinkler (as Wiseman)
  • A Nazi by Any Other Name: He and his fellows intend to perform genocide on the Bakugan to pave the way for their new Master Race of Mechtogan. As can be expected, he considers everyone else, especially Bakugan, inferior to him and the other evolved Mechtogan.
  • Asshole Victim: He won't be missed, considering he was an Omnicidal Maniac bent on slaughtering humanity, Bakugan, Vestals, Neathians, and Gundalians alike For the Evulz.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Is the leader of the four Mechtogan and the most powerful of them. And according to the game, his G-Power exceeds that of a Mechtogan Titan. And that's without turning into Mechtavius Destroyer.
  • Big Bad: Turns out that he and Wiseman were the same person, making him the true Big Bad of the season.
  • Big "NO!": Has one as he is finally destroyed by Dragonoid Destroyer in End of the Line, with his extremities in Slycerak, Exostriker and Mandibor being the first to disintegrate, before Coredegon follows, screaming in anguish.
  • Combining Mecha: Is able to combine with his three fellows to form the Mechtavius Destroyer. It also appears that he's the one who controls the combined form, forming the head, left arm, and core of the body.
  • Devour the Dragon: Does this to the Nonet Bakugan. He actually offers them the option to go willingly, but they try to fight back, only for him to kill them one by one and absorb them.
  • Hero Killer: Literally once he arrives on New Vestoria, he starts murdering previous heroes like they're nothing en masse. Not to mention leveling Bakugan city! Thankfully, the heroes managed to go back in time to stop him.
  • The Juggernaut: After going One-Winged Angel. Even Dragonoid Destroyer can't stop him and he's powerful enough to level an entire island in one strike. What does it take to finally stop him? Dragonoid Destroyer being powered up by the energy of every Bakugan and human bond on earth that rose his power to infinite. Even then, he manages to resist it for a good time, before being overpowered and vaporized once and for all.
  • Manipulative Bastard
  • One-Winged Angel: Mechtavius Destroyer probably counts, considering he controls it. Absorbed most the Nonets to turn into a gigantic version of Mechtavius Destroyer with enough power that, if he wasn't stopped, he could singlehandedly wipe out ALL Bakugan and level an entire city in one attack.
  • This Cannot Be!: He's completely incapable of believing that Dragonoid Destroyer's power has exceeded his own, even when he's being completely overpowered. Once he finally is overwhelmed, he suffers a Villainous Breakdown as he is destroyed for good.
  • Turned Against Their Masters: Inverted; he led his fellow evolved Bakugan against their creators. He later sought to exterminate all the Bakugan.
  • Villain Team-Up: Despite his hatred of Bakugan, he and his fellows are willing to work with Wiseman and his minions simply because they hate the Brawlers more. Subverted because he is Wiseman and it was all part of his plan to gain the power he needed to become completely self sustaining.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: The first thing we see him do is vaporize his creator now that he's evolved to the point he doesn't need him anymore. He now intends to do this to all Bakugan.




    Wiseman and the Nonet Bakugan 
  • Rescued from the Underworld: The Nonet Bakugan were freed from the Doom Dimension by Wiseman.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Were imprisoned in the Doom Dimension by Drago's ancestor for their crimes.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Seems to honestly believe seperating the humans and Bakugan is the right thing to do. Subverted, as it turned out to be Coredegon using the Nonets to get enough power to revive himself.
  • Villain Teleportation
  • Villainous Valour: During their battle with Coredegon. They're completely outmatched, but they fight with everything they've got and one of them even pulls a "Heroic Sacrifice" in a desperate attempt to give one of his "brothers" the openning he needs to fight back. Spatterix even admits this!
    (after a failed attack) Betadron: I can't believe it! Not even a dent! This is hopeless!
    Spatterix: I can't believe you still have doubts, Betadron! You, in the Wiseman suit! Take him to the Doom Dimension! He can help you get your revenge against the Brawlers!
    Gunz: What?! I'm not leaving!
    Spatterix: Quit trying to be a hero! We're a little out-gunned here! If you don't leave now, you may never have another chance!

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