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Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Battle Trainer

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Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Battle Trainer

Developer: Magic Pockets
Publisher: Activision
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in US: March 23, 2010
Released in EU: March 23, 2010


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Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Battle Trainer is what happens when you combine Yu-Gi-Oh and Digimon into a minigame simulator. It's also the sequel to Bakugan: Battle Brawlers.

Hmmm...
To do:
More game information will be added later. - DeadSkullzJr

Unused Bakugan

These Bakugan are likely to be leftovers from the prequel Bakugan: Battle Brawlers and were initially planned to be used in this game but was cut from public use. Most of them appear to be using lower poly models and or use placeholder models.

Hmmm...
To do:
I will be filling in the rest of the unused Bakugan data later. - DeadSkullzJr

Dragonoid (Pyrus)

This is the original form of Dragonoid in the Bakugan series. Dragonoid made an appearance in the prequel as a playable Bakugan that Dan uses. It does however exist within this game's code but was left unfinished and cut from normal use due to Ultimate Dragonoid already being an available Bakugan that you earn when playing the game. Dragonoid has a max of 1,300 G-Power just like Ultimate Dragonoid when you max it out to level 12. When used in battle, the Bakugan name is cut off and instead says "Drago" instead of "Dragonoid"; another thing to note is the Bakugan ID is visible just below to the right of the Bakugan. In the Caring Zone, the Bakugan uses the ball model of Blade Tigrerra (Haos). This Bakugan is fully functional in game and can only be acquired by the use of cheat codes.

Dragonoid in the Caring Zone Dragonoid in Battle
Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Dragonoid (Pyrus) Caring Zone.png Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Dragonoid (Pyrus) Battle.png

Delta Dragonoid (Pyrus)

This is an evolution form of Dragonoid in the Bakugan series. Delta Dragonoid made an appearance in the prequel as a playable Bakugan that Dan uses. It does however exist within this game's code but was left unfinished and cut from normal use due to Ultimate Dragonoid already being an available Bakugan that you earn when playing the game. Delta Dragonoid has a max of 1,300 G-Power just like Dragonoid and Ultimate Dragonoid when you max it out to level 12. When used in battle, the Bakugan uses the regular Dragonoid model as a placeholder since it doesn't have a Delta Dragonoid model; another thing to note is the Bakugan ID is visible just below to the right of the Bakugan. In the Caring Zone, the Bakugan uses the ball model of Blade Tigrerra (Haos). This Bakugan is fully functional in game and can only be acquired by the use of cheat codes.

Delta Dragonoid in the Caring Zone Delta Dragonoid in Battle
Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Delta Dragonoid (Pyrus) Caring Zone.png Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Delta Dragonoid (Pyrus) Battle.png

Tigrerra (Haos)

This is the original form of Tigrerra in the Bakugan series. Tigrerra made an appearance in the prequel as a playable Bakugan that Dan uses. It does however exist within this game's code but was left unfinished and cut from normal use due to Blade Tigrerra already being an available Bakugan that you earn when playing the game. Tigrerra has a max of 1,250 G-Power just like Blade Tigrerra when you max it out to level 12. When used in battle, the Bakugan uses the regular Dragonoid model as a placeholder since it doesn't have a Tigrerra model; another thing to note is the Bakugan ID is visible just above to the right of the Bakugan. In the Caring Zone, the Bakugan uses the ball model of Blade Tigrerra (Haos). This Bakugan is fully functional in game and can only be acquired by the use of cheat codes.

Tigrerra in the Caring Zone Tigrerra in Battle
Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Tigrerra (Haos) Caring Zone.png Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Tigrerra (Haos) Battle.png

Preyas (Aquos)

This is the original form of Preyas in the Bakugan series. Preyas made an appearance in the prequel as a playable Bakugan that Dan uses. It does however exist within this game's code but was left unfinished and cut from normal use due to Angelo Preyas already being an available Bakugan that you earn when playing the game. Preyas has a max of 1,250 G-Power when you max it out to level 12. When used in battle, the Bakugan uses the regular Dragonoid model as a placeholder since it doesn't have a Preyas model; another thing to note is the Bakugan ID is visible just above to the right of the Bakugan. In the Caring Zone, the Bakugan uses the ball model of Blade Tigrerra (Haos). This Bakugan is fully functional in game and can only be acquired by the use of cheat codes.

Preyas in the Caring Zone Preyas in Battle
Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Preyas (Aquos) Caring Zone.png Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Preyas (Aquos) Battle.png

Diablo Preyas (Aquos)

This is the original form of Diablo Preyas in the Bakugan series. Diablo Preyas made an appearance in the prequel as a playable Bakugan that Dan uses. It does however exist within this game's code but was left unfinished and cut from normal use due to Angelo Preyas already being an available Bakugan that you earn when playing the game. Diablo Preyas has a max of 1,150 G-Power when you max it out to level 12. When used in battle, the Bakugan uses the regular Dragonoid model as a placeholder since it doesn't have a Diablo Preyas model; another thing to note is the Bakugan ID is visible just above to the right of the Bakugan. In the Caring Zone, the Bakugan uses the ball model of Blade Tigrerra (Haos). Lastly the Bakugan uses a very buggy and early image of Diablo Preyas in the Caring Zone, also the name banner is on the right side of the top screen rather than the usual left side like the other Bakugan. This Bakugan is fully functional in game and can only be acquired by the use of cheat codes.

Diablo Preyas in the Caring Zone Diablo Preyas in Battle
Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Diablo Preyas (Aquos) Caring Zone.png Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Diablo Preyas (Aquos) Battle.png

Gorem (Subterra)

This is the original form of Gorem in the Bakugan series. Gorem made an appearance in the prequel as a playable Bakugan that Dan uses. It does however exist within this game's code but was left unfinished and cut from normal use due to Hammer Gorem already being an available Bakugan that you earn when playing the game. Gorem has a max of 1,250 G-Power when you max it out to level 12. When used in battle, the Bakugan uses the regular Dragonoid model as a placeholder since it doesn't have a Gorem model; another thing to note is the Bakugan ID is visible just above to the right of the Bakugan. In the Caring Zone, the Bakugan uses the ball model of Blade Tigrerra (Haos). Lastly the Bakugan uses a very buggy and early image of Diablo Preyas in the Caring Zone. The name of the Bakugan is Diablo Preyas in the Caring Zone, however in battle the name changes to Gorem. This Bakugan is fully functional in game and can only be acquired by the use of cheat codes.

Gorem in the Caring Zone Gorem in Battle
Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Gorem (Subterra) Caring Zone.png Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Gorem (Subterra) Battle.png

Skyress (Ventus)

This is the original form of Skyress in the Bakugan series. Skyress made an appearance in the prequel as a playable Bakugan that Dan uses. It does however exist within this game's code but was left unfinished and cut from normal use due to Storm Skyress already being an available Bakugan that you earn when playing the game. Skyress has a max of 1,230 G-Power when you max it out to level 12. When used in battle, the Bakugan uses the regular Dragonoid model as a placeholder since it doesn't have a Skyress model; another thing to note is the Bakugan ID is visible just above to the right of the Bakugan. In the Caring Zone, the Bakugan uses the ball model of Blade Tigrerra (Haos). Lastly the Bakugan uses a very buggy and early image of Diablo Preyas in the Caring Zone. The name of the Bakugan is Diablo Preyas in the Caring Zone, however in battle the name changes to Skyress. This Bakugan is fully functional in game and can only be acquired by the use of cheat codes.

Skyress in the Caring Zone Skyress in Battle
Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Skyress (Ventus) Caring Zone.png Bakugan - Battle Brawlers - Battle Trainer - Skyress (Ventus) Battle.png