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Bakugan Guides - Naga

Updated on June 5, 2012

Bakugan Guide 2 - Naga

Welcome to our information page, all about the Bakugan, Naga. The main antagonist of the first series of Bakugan, Naga has been central to the plot of the anime, ever since its beginnings. Naga immediately became hugely sought after when it was released for the Bakugan game in the Bakuswap series.

On this page, which follows on from our guide to Dragonoid, you'll find loads of information on Naga, including a background, pictures, videos, collectors information, buying guides and much more besides. Don't forget to vote in our latest Bakugan poll while you're here and to say 'hello' on our guestbook too. Enjoy!

Naga in the Anime
Naga in the Anime

Naga in the Bakugan Anime

In the anime, Naga created and ruled the Doom Beings. A nasty, skeletal dragon with a split nose, he and his sister Wavern weren't aligned to any of the regions of Vestroia and were outcasts as a result.

The split-nosed Naga attempted to steal the poweres of the silent core and infinity core, to gather enough energy to control the universe, leading to a catastrophic energy surge releasing a wave of negative energy which caused Wavern to be sucked through a portal into an alternate world.

It was also this energy surge which brought the Bakugan to planet earth.

Naga Appearances in Video

Here's a few of our favourite Naga videos, for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

White Naga
White Naga

Naga in the Game

Naga was released in the Bakuswap series of Bakugan with Pyrus, Aquos, Subterra, Haos and Darkos attributes. There has not been a Ventus version to date.

A white version of Naga was also released (pictured).

Great Bakugan Deals in the US...

If you live in the United States, here's what's available on Amazon at the moment. (If you're looking specifically for a Naga though, you're best checking the eBay listings at the bottom of the page)

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Bakugan at BSTS
Bakugan at BSTS

About Us

This guide to the Bakugan, Naga, was brought to you by Bus Stop Toy Shop, a wholly independent toy and hobby store based in the United Kingdom.

If you live in the UK (or further afield, if you can't find them locally), you can browse our wide range of Bakugan products here.

Grab Some Naga Bargains...

Here's what's currently on offer on eBay...

Do you have a Naga in your collection? What attribute does it have? Do you use it in game? What's your favourite Naga moment in the anime? These and many other questions, we'd love to know the answer to. Or just say 'hello' - that's cool too.

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      Mary Norton 7 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Am not into anime but I was attracted by Naga as in Cambodian tradition, it is the 5 headed snake that guard the pagoda.

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