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Blitz Dragonoid Bakugan

Updated on January 5, 2014
Pyrus Blitz Dragonoid
Pyrus Blitz Dragonoid

Blitz Dragonoid is The Latest Evollution of Dragonoid

The latest evolution of Dragonoid is Blitz Dragonoid. It has the same shape of Helix and Lumino Dragonoid, but there are a few modifications to the wings, and armor of the bakugan. It is part of the Bakugan DoubleSrike series, so there is a small button on the back that extends the arms forward. The hands are much larger in comparison.

Blitz Dragonoid has a four winged design, and it has a head like Lumino Dragonoid's. It does not have tail, but there are pop-out feet and it takes up most part of the top. The button also reveals the G-power, which is between 700 and 890G's. There is also another unique feature, where this is another separate small number of G power printed in the upper right wing. The Pyrus versions are 700+50G's and 890+10G's; Subterra has 800G; Ventus has 680G (the larger G-power is under the arms). In the show, Blitz Dragonoid is the most powerful bakugan at 1000Gs. A Deka Blitz Dragonoid has also been released. A suitable battle gear can be placed on his base, but in order to do so, the entire upper body moves forward to make room for it, making the bakugan highly unstable. The most common colors are red, brown, and green.

In episode 29, Lumino Dragonoid evolved into Blitz Dragonoid because Dragonoid Colossus gave him power. It was notified that “Drago was a direct descendant of the first bakugan ever, and possessed the ultimate warrior gene.” Also, in episode 31, Drago battled Dharak for a long time, and one due to a brand new ability card called “Dragon”. It defeated Dharak in an epic blow to the side. This showed Blitz Dragonoid’s power, but it doesn’t directly mean it is more powerful than other bakugan. So far, he hasn’t battled very often, but he probably will soon later on. I believe this bakugan is a B4 bakugan and was released in September-October. It is one of my favorite bakugans because it has lots of features, and is part of the DoubleStrike. They are sold commonly around in stores at present, and are a popular buy on online stores. In conclusion, I would recommend Blitz Dragonoid to be an addition to one's collection.

Green Ventus Blitz Dragonid 680G
Green Ventus Blitz Dragonid 680G
Red Pyrus Blitz Dragonoid 890G
Red Pyrus Blitz Dragonoid 890G
Sub-terra Blitz Dragonoid 800G
Sub-terra Blitz Dragonoid 800G


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