Their first string is comprised of the Captain Michael Summers, three other Bladers and coached by Judy Tate. The PPB Educational Center is the All Starz's base of operations. The original 4 members are mostly experts at launching their Beyblades at full potential, the exception being Eddy whose Beyblade style is different to the others. This means matches can often end as soon as they begin and it is the goal of their team. Eddy's style is still based on this theory but is not forced base. Michael's launch style is the most notable of their teams preference and he has two levels of attack depending on which arm he uses. It is stated the original 4 members used digitally reproduced Bit-Beasts who are created using data.
Their research team picks out the best strategies for each match and their Bladers pick and choose their opponents as they please based on the data. They like to know every detail of a battle before it begins and regard each match as a chance to gain more data. As a result, the team suffers when it comes to individual Bladers and as they rely on the data so much, they can neglect the Blader's aspects such as willpower and miss their true hidden potential.
In G-Revolution, the attitude of the team changes and the others are forced to step aside for Max and Rick, both being new blood to the team. As Judy stated, they would come around later, which later was proven correct as they are seen on the side lines supporting them. This time their team based itself on Rick's strong offense to match Max's strong defense, both balancing each other out.
|Emily Watson||Trygator S|
|Rick Anderson||Rock Bison||Member||Active|
|Max Tate||Draciel G||Member||Rejoined G Revolutions|
The All Starz reappear in G-Revolution as the PPB All Starz, with a modified player line-up, excluding Steven (who was revealed in the finale to be in the hospital with an injured leg) and adding Max Tate and Rick Anderson. On the first chapters, Rick's win against Michael, this victory bring him the main place in the team, along with Max, who won against Emily. As the world tournament for this series involved teams using only two Bladers, a playoff for the spaces was performed within the team, with Max and Rick defeating Michael and Emily to claim them.
At first, Rick doesn't want to cooperate with Max, and only wants to win by himself. Their first battles against the F-Dynasty and the Barthez Battalion are won with ease. However, due to Barthez's plan, Rick seriously injures Claude, resulting in the team being seen as villainous.
When they fight against the Blitzkrieg Boys, Kai demanded the crowd to show respect to them or else, to Max's delight. He is then defeated by Kai, despite Max's new Draciel G Beyblade. Rick manages to swiftly defeat Tala, but is defeated against Kai, earning them a loss. When it was noted that Max decided not to use any stadium advantage when facing Kai, Rick berated him for doing so.
During the next fight against White Tiger X, Max and Rick face Ray and Lee. During this fight, Rick finally learns how to work in a team, resulting in a victory for them.
Their final match is against the BBA Revolution. Despite having a long and heavy fight, Rick loses to Daichi Sumeragi, with Max also losing to Tyson Granger. Although he didn't win the battle, Max's Draciel G heavily damaged Tyson's Dragoon G.
In the BEGA saga, Max returns to his old team, the newly renamed G Revolutions, resulting in him leaving the PPB All Starz. Michael and Emily later provide Max with new parts for his Draciel, evolving it into Draciel MS. Rick later temporarily teams up with White Tiger X's Lee to prevent Ming-Ming and Crusher's reluctant attempt to incapacitate Tyson, ahead of his Justice Five tie-breaker match against Brooklyn.
In the original ending, Rick battles Carlos in an unknown alley while the rest of the PPB All Starz return to America, where they reunite with Eddy and they all visit Steven at a hospital.
|World Championship (Beyblade)||Loss|
|World Championship (G-Revolution)||Loss|
- Prior to Max and Rick joining in G-Revolution, each member of All Starz used a Bit Beast whose name was prefixed with "Try".
- "Try" comes from "Triathlon", which is a race which involves 3 forms of sport, these are usually running, swimming and cycling. As well as being yet another sports related reference, it is a nod to the tournaments being won in Beyblade as a best 2 out of 3 rounds.
- Each of these members also specialized in a specific sport.