This page contains a list of episodes from Beyblade 2000. This page contains major spoilers.
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|01||The Blade Raider|
Explosive Battle! Go Shoot!
|January 8, 2001||July 6, 2002|
Tyson is at home practicing martial arts with his grandfather when suddenly he realizes he's late for a Beyblade battle with Andrew. As he runs out of his house he's confronted by a couple of bullies who only slow him up for his real battle. But when Tyson does show up, Andrew and his friends are met by a smart mouthed kid named Carlos who's a member of the notorious Blade Sharks.
Carlos challenges anyone to a battle but the winner gets to keep the others Beyblades. Tyson accepts. With the help of Kenny and his Bit Beast Dizzi (Kenny's bit-beast isn't present in the Japanese version), who's trapped inside his laptop, Tyson prepares for the big battle, which he handily wins. But just when the fight is over, the Blade Sharks' leader, a mysterious blader named Kai shows up and a new battle begins between Kai and Tyson.
|02||Day of the Dragoon|
Howl Seiryu! The Birth of Dragoon!
|January 15, 2001||July 6, 2002|
Tyson battles Kai one on one, but to his surprise, Tyson quickly loses. The Chief informs Tyson, that in order to beat Kai, you need a strategy, so Tyson goes home in an attempt to practice until he's perfected his fighting technique. Later that day, Andrew and Kenny, along with Dizzi show up and attempt to increase the power of Tyson's blade to match that of Kai, but with little success.
Tyson is feeling glum about his chances of ever beating Kai, but suddenly, out of nowhere, the Bit Beast Dragoon appears and flies straight towards him and goes directly into Tyson's beyblade. Tyson is stunned after realizing Dragoon does exists and is now inside his beyblade. With renewed confidence, Tyson knows the time is right to challenge Kai once again to do battle.
|03||Take It To The Max!|
A New Friend, His Name is Max
|January 22, 2001||July 7, 2002|
In a moment of heroism, Max, the new Beyblader in town, shows Tyson that with the proper skill and training, anything can be achieved. The two soon become fast friends, leaving Kenny feeling left out.
|04|| The Qualifier Begins|
Opening! Battle Tournament
|January 29, 2001||July 13, 2002|
The Beyblade Regional Qualifying Tournament is underway as Tyson, Max, Ray and even Kenny are entered to see if they can dethrone Kai, the reigning champion. As our announcers, Brad Best and A.J. Topper rev up the crowd, Kenny is first into battle but without a Bit Beast in his blade, he falls quickly to Kai.
The tension builds as Tyson takes on the Blade Sharks in the next round. His biggest competition is against Carlos who breaks team ranks and decides to go it on his own. As the battle progresses, Tyson realizes Carlos is the toughest competitor he's ever faced, Yet with the odds stacked against him, Tyson manages to squeak through to the next round and still to come in the tournament... both Ray and the undefeated Kai.
|05||Draciel of Approval|
Clash! Max vs. Kai
|February 5, 2001||July 20, 2002|
Max is completely overpowered in his semi-finals match against Kai. It is not until the Bit Beast known as Draciel emerges from Max’s grandmother's pendant, to add its power to Max’s Beyblade, that the tables begin to turn. However, Kai still defeats Max with his Dranzer bit-beast.
Sweep! Dragoon Storm
|February 12, 2001||July 20, 2002|
The Qualifying Tournament is in its final stages as Tyson has advanced to face Ray in the semi-finals. As the best of three battles gets underway, Tyson's bravado quickly fades as Ray handily wins the first round when he destroys Tyson's Beyblade with his famous Tiger Claw Attack. After the match, Tyson realizes that if he doesn't fix his blade in time for the second battle, he'll be disqualified. For a minute, Tyson panics, until Kenny shows up with a box of spare parts. With the help of Dizzi, the Chief quickly get Tyson back in the battle. As round two heats up, Tyson reveals his Storm Attack and it turns out to be the decisive factor. But before the third and final battle can take place, Ray concedes defeat stating he doesn't have anything to prove, thus sending Tyson into the finals against Kai.
Takao vs. Kai, Confrontation of Fate
|February 19, 2001||July 21, 2002|
The National Beyblade Championship Match is set, with Tyson facing off against reigning champion, Kai. It is not until Grandpa throws a surprise party for Tyson, that the rookie sensation realises that he has forgotten his own birthday. Tyson manages to defeat Kai and becomes the national champion. It is then revealed to him by Mr. Dickenson that he, Max, Ray and Kai are to become a team called the Bladebreakers to represent Japan in the World Championships.
|08||Bladin' in the Streets|
Formation! BBA Team to the World
|February 26, 2001||July 27, 2002|
Tyson and his team prepare for the Hong Kong world championships. Kai seems to reject his newfound team and leads them on a chase through the streets. That’s where the guys learn some lessons about Beyblading from some very mysterious ‘bladers. After a decisive victory, Tyson and the gang discover that the alley bladers make up the membership of “The White Tiger Team...”
|09||Showdown in Hong Kong|
A New Holy Beast, the White Tiger Family
|March 5, 2001||July 28, 2002|
Our heroes arrive in Hong Kong on a stop-over to the Asian Beyblade Tournament when they run into Ray's old gang the White Tigers. A confrontation quickly ensues with no one coming out the clear winner.
|10||Battle in the Sky|
Run up there! The Asian Tournament
|March 12, 2001||August 3, 2002|
The first round of the Asian Tournament sees the Bladebreakers facing off against the team called the Tall-Boys, with Ray’s ex-teammates, The White Tigers, waiting in the wings.
|11||Bye Bye Bit Beast|
Rei, The White Tiger is lost!
|March 19, 2001||August 4, 2002|
The night before the Asian Tournament, Kevin decides to steal data from Kenny's laptop to get the edge for his White Tiger Team. Unfortunately, Kenny catches him red-handed which sets up a battle between Ray and Kevin, which ends in dire consequences for Ray.
Goodbye, BBA Team!
|March 26, 2001||August 10, 2002|
After realising that his Bit Beast is gone, Ray decides to head for the mountains in an attempt to get it back. Tyson and Mariah give chase and confront Ray to decide which team he wants to be on. Tyson forces Ray into a battle where if he Ray wins, he decides what he wants to do. Ray does manage to win, and he chooses to go back to the Bladebreakers.
|13||Crouching Lion, Hidden Tiger|
Cry Out Rei! Howl White Tiger!
|April 2, 2001||August 11, 2002|
The White Tiger Team faces off against the Spin-Shepards in the quarterfinals of the Asian Tournament. When Ray sees that Lee is also using the ‘Tiger Claw’ attack, he is forced to finally open up to his teammates about his mysterious past.
|14||The Race is On!|
Defaults? A BBA Team Division
|April 9, 2001||August 17, 2002|
It's the morning of the semi-finals at the Asian Beyblade Tournament and Tyson manages to sleep in. The rest of the team leaves early, but Ray stays behind to make sure Tyson wakes up. As the tournament gets underway, Max is the first to battle. Meanwhile, Ray and Tyson are caught up in a traffic jam created by a landslide (Created by Kevin), so they decide to walk. But the shortest route is over a mountain where Ray sprains his ankle and Tyson is left to carrying him all the way to there. Meanwhile, back at the tournament, Team Bladebreakers has heard about the landslide and are worried about their teammates. And to add insult to injury, if Tyson doesn't show up soon, their team will have to forfeit. Time is running out for Tyson and Ray, when Kai uncharacteristically steps up to the plate to stall for time until Tyson shows up.
|15||Going for the Gold|
A Battle to the Finish! For the Top of Asia!
|April 16, 2001||August 18, 2002|
The finals are about to begin in the Asian Qualifying Tournament with the winning team advancing to the World BeyBlade Championships. In the first round, Max goes against Gary from the White Tigers in a best of three battle. The first round goes without a hitch as Max easily takes care of his opponent and with the win, Max becomes a little over confident. Meanwhile, Gary loses it and as his rage intensifies, so does the strength of his Galzzy Bit Beast. In the second round Gary surprises Max his blade's new found power and after Max puts up a respectable defense, Max finally falls prey to Gary's Galzzy. Now the Bladebreakers realise they're not as quite tough as they think they are and when they enter the ring for the final round, they try a new strategy. But Gary has other plans and makes quick work of defeating his inferior opponent handing a first round loss to our heroes.
|16||My Enemy, My Friend|
White Tiger vs. Mountain Cat
|April 23, 2001||August 24, 2002|
During the finals of the Asian Tournament, Ray faces off against his old teammate, and former friend, Mariah. When Galux and Driger team up to show the pair a glimpse of the happiness they shared in the past, Ray and Mariah come to realize how much they have lost, by being rivals. Ray makes a promise to Mariah before he wins the match that no matter what happens, they'll stay friends.
|17||A Score to Settle|
Final Battle! Jet-black Lightning
|April 30, 2001||August 25, 2002|
The final match of the Asian Beyblade Tournament reaches an uncertain conclusion when Tyson and Lee’s decisive battle ends in a draw. The resulting sudden death session between Ray and Lee rekindles the pair's old hometown grievances. Ray manages to defeat Lee and the two of them make up.
|18||A Star is Born!|
He is Defeated! Small Blader
|May 7, 2001||August 31, 2002|
Fresh from the Bladebreakers win in Asia, Tyson comes home and realizes he's front page news. With his ego out of control, Tyson takes on the attitude of a rock star, which upsets Kenny who tries to keep him focused on blading and not his popularity. Meanwhile, at a local playground, the local kids are all out Beyblading when Tyson spots a kid called Nicky, being smoked in the Beystadium by a bully named Riley. After Nicky's blade is completely destroyed, Tyson vows to help the kid fix it and fight his way back. After enlisting the help of Max, Kenny and Dizzi, Tyson manages to rebuild Nicky's blade and they return to the playground where they find Riley and immediately demand a rematch. Needless to say, with the knowledge of the Bladebreakers backing Nicky, he quickly takes care of Riley who learns a harsh, but vital life lesson on being a bully. Meanwhile, in a conspiratorial meeting at Kai's grandfather's mansion, he spells out Kai's next assignment.
|19||Under the Microscope|
Landing, a New Battlefield!
|May 14, 2001||September 1, 2002|
The Bladebreakers arrive in the USA for the American Tournament. During a tour of a BBA research facility, Max is shocked to learn that his Mom works there, and not at the college, like he thought. To make matters worse, the team discovers that they are being tested for weaknesses, by a competing team. Although Tyson and Ray easily beat their opponents, Max is easily defeated by his mother's assistant, Emily.
|20||It's all Relative|
The Shivering American Power
|May 21, 2001||September 7, 2002|
After their non-competition loss to Emily of the All Starz at the BBA Research Center, the Blade Breakers sneak around the high-tech facility, hoping to learn more about their competition. There, they confront two other All Starz called Eddie and Steve, and Max learns more about his Mom's job at the BBA - specifically, a rumour of why Max wasn't asked to join the All Starz Team.
|21||Practice Makes Perfect|
Intensive Training! Seeking New Battle Power!
|May 28, 2001||September 8, 2002|
For some strange reason, Mr. Dickenson sends the Blade Breakers to a remote mountain retreat to hone their blading skills for the upcoming American Tournament as well as to get Kenny and Dizzi to figure out a way to increase Ray's Bit Beast's power. Once there, they meet up with a enthusiastic young boy named Antonio who they think is there to train them. Turns out, Antonio is a pathetic blader. Frustrated, the Breakers question the reason why Mr. Dickenson would send them all the way up to the middle of nowhere to train without any decent equipment. Turns out, the BBA Chairman had an ulterior motive - to teach the boys a valuable lesson about the importance of practice. Even Kenny learns from this and is able to tweak Ray's blade up a few notches.
|22||Blading with the Stars|
President vs. Worldwide Selection
|June 4, 2001||September 14, 2002|
A charity event in the Heartland of America gives the Bladebreakers a taste of the All Starz's prowess. Featuring celebrities in a three-on-three contest against young Beybladers of note, Emily of the All Starz, bullies her way to an easy win. Not until Emily knocks out her own opponent, loses the second match and is on her way to throwing the whole competition, that Max teaches her what teamwork is all about.
|23||Showdown in Vegas|
Opening! American Tournament
|June 11, 2001||September 15, 2002|
The Bladebreakers arrive in Las Vegas for the start of the American Tournament. Tyson looks forward to facing off against the arrogant All-Starz, and their scientifically advanced Beyblades – but first his team needs to get past the ‘Renegades’ in the qualifying round. Kai surprises everyone by stepping into the dish for the first battle.
|24||Viva Las Vegas|
American Hero Michael's Power
|June 18, 2001||September 21, 2002|
The Bladebreakers have advanced to the second round of the American Tournament where they square off against the Savage Slammers. The winner of this round advances to the semi-finals. Their competition first appears to be a bunch of slackers, but when Ray loses out in the first round, they quickly realise what they're up against. Max is next, and for some odd reason, his rival folds under pressure, so the best of three is tied at one a piece with Tyson coming in for the deciding battle. At first it looks like a quick win for the Slammers simply because of the size of his opponents enormous Beyblade and things get even more tense when Tyson begins to lose his temper and his focus. The other Breakers convince him to concentrate and when he does, Tyson pull off the victory. Next, our heroes decide to check out the American Team who are competing in another stadium. That's where they get their first taste of the ultra-inflated ego of the All Starz's captain, Michael.
|25||My Way or the Highway|
Semi-final, Super High-speed Circuit!
|June 25, 2001||September 22, 2002|
It's the Bladebreakers versus Spintensity in the semi-finals of the American Tournament. But before the match can begin, Tyson is forced to withdraw with a stomachache which he got from too much celebratory eating. Max, Ray and Kai must drag race their crafty foes through the whirlwind, highway-themed dish called the New Jersey Turnpike.
|26||Catch a Shooting All-Star|
Crash! The American Tournament Final
|July 2, 2001||September 27, 2002|
Tensions rise as the American Tournament heats up. Max fights for a chance to beyblade against his mother’s team the All-Starz in an upcoming match, while Tyson and the rest of the Bladebreakers realize that the All-Starz are a bigger threat then they previously thought. At the end of two tense rounds, Tyson and Steve are tied one-all.
|27||The Battle Of America|
The Hot, Scorching Scorpion
|July 9, 2001||September 28, 2002|
It's the finals of the American Tournament and the Bladebreakers are going head to head with the All Starz with the winner going to the World Championships. In the first round, Tyson is pitted against Steve and at first things don't appear to be going Tyson's way. But with sheer determination, Tyson pulls out a victory that puts the Bladebreakers ahead one to nothing in the best of three finals. The second round isn't quite so easy as Ray squares off against the NBA wanna-be Eddy whose blazing fast basketball style attack quickly knocks him out and evens the score at two a piece. It looks like the All Starz are shoo-ins to win because of their superior ability to collect data on their opponents. Now the stage is set for the final battle, but the question is, who from the Bladebreakers will take on the All Starz's number one player Michael? Kai or Max? In the end, it's Max who gets the nod.
|28||Bottom of the Ninth|
Conclusion! The American Tournament
|July 16, 2001||October 5, 2002|
The deciding match of the American Tournament Finals comes down to Max vs. Michael of the ‘All Starz’, in a battle that pits science and technology against human spirit. Unfortunately for Max and the Bladebreakers, the trick dish turns out to be a replica of a baseball diamond – where Michael feels right at home. Max wins in the end, however.
|29||Play it Again, Dizzi|
BBA: What's Left After the Heated Battle
|July 23, 2001||October 6, 2002|
After narrowly defeating the All Starz at the American Tournament, Kenny decides he should record a database of the highs and low points of the BladeBreakers since the very beginning. In fact, through a series of flashbacks, the Chief along with Dizzi, takes a trip down memory lane as far back to the first time he ever met Tyson. With clips from various shows, Kenny narrates the progress of his friends who eventually form the Bladebreakers and go on to the Asian Tournament. After watching the progress of his team, evaluating individual battles to eventually winning the American Tournament, Kenny concludes that they really have come a long way in a very short time. And just when he thinks they've reached the pinnacle of their success, Max, Tyson and Ray show up to take Kenny to meet the ship that's about to take them to the World Championships in Russia!
|30||Cruising For A Bruising|
The One Who Follows the Holy Beast
|July 30, 2001||October 12, 2002|
Travelling by boat across the Atlantic, the Bladebreakers must not only deal with Kenny's seasickness, but a gut-wrenching revelation. Tyson's on-board defeat at the hands of a mysterious foe - one wielding a Bit-Beast larger and stronger than any they've ever seen - exposes the team's vulnerability going into the Russian Tournament.
Going on a Journey to Europe, and a Disturbance
|August 6, 2001||October 19, 2002|
The kids are tricked into missing their boat, forcing them to spend the night in London where a mysterious videotape of Tyson's father is delivered to them. Later, Tyson's Beyblade is stolen and the kids are lured into a fight with the evil Cenotaph and his powerful Bit Beast, Sarcopholon. All seems lost until Kai defeats the mummy by using his own strengths against him. The team agree to travel by land, learning from every European Beyblader they can find.
|32||Darkness at the End of the Tunnel...|
Assault! Bladers Of Darkness!
|August 13, 2001||October 20, 2002|
After their train is mysteriously hijacked, the kids find themselves in the dark recesses of a tunnel. This is where the Bladebreakers meet a foursome of zombie-like ghouls, the Dark Bladers! The team are soon forced into a Beyblade match to rescue Kenny from the monsters' evil clutches! But Kenny's not the only prize in this dark match-up. For if the Bladebreakers lose, their Bit Beasts are up for grabs...
|33||Last Tangle in Paris|
The Corps of Black Shadow
|August 20, 2001||October 26, 2002|
As the Bladebreakers make their way to the World Championships in Russia, they are stuck in Paris where they end up wasting a day looking for Kai who had mysteriously disappeared. Tyson comes up with the idea of using the Eiffel Tower as a vantage point to speed up their search. Ray, Kenny, Tyson and Max make their way to the observation deck of the tower where they are again confronted by the Dark Bladers, who have vowed to steal the Bladebreakers Bit Beasts as part of their ultimate plan to capture all Bit Beasts in the world. A massive battle ensues but the odds are against our heroes. Finally, Kai shows up with his newly modified Dranzer and almost single-handedly wins the battle. The Dark Bladers fade away after their humiliating loss and just when you'd think it's over, a mysterious kid named Oliver shows up...
The Gorgeous Holy Beast
|August 27, 2001||October 27, 2002|
The Bladebreakers spend an extra day in Paris and split up to see the sights. Ray catches up with his uncle, Max goes on a wild shopping spree and Kai goes in search of information. Tyson and Kenny try to see the Louvre but end up Beyblading Oliver, the French Champion. At first Oliver's Bit Beast, Unicolyon, is too much for Dragoon. But Tyson soon proves that even the French Champion has a thing or two to learn about Beyblading.
|35||When in Rome... Beyblade!|
Duel in the Coliseum
|September 3, 2001||November 2, 2002|
The Bladebreakers arrive in Rome, searching for the mysterious Enrique. Scoffing at their Beyblade challenge, Enrique decides he would rather spend the day with some of his lady-friends. But Tyson soon convinces him to ‘Let it rip!’ And after seeing Enrique’s personalised BeyStadium, and his outrageous bit-beast Amphilyon, there is a good chance that Tyson may regret his actions.
|36||Déjà vu all Over Again|
Crush It! Anpisbainer
|September 10, 2001||November 3, 2002|
Unwilling to let his initial defeat to Enrique faze him, Tyson gets busy reworking his Beyblade. With Enrique having doubts about his own technique, and Oliver visiting him in Rome from France, the stage is set for a rematch. This time, Tyson pits the two heads of Enrique's Bit Beast Amphilyon against each other, and saves Enrique's life when Amphilyon turns on him.
|37||A Knight to Remember!|
Blader for the Queen
|September 17, 2001||November 9, 2002|
Enrique and Oliver decide to take our heroes on a dirigible ride to visit Robert's castle. The reason - Tyson hopes to avenge an earlier loss to Robert that happened onboard the ship coming to Europe. Tyson's patience, however, is tested when they have to sit and wait for their host who is 'not to be disturbed'. So, Tyson decides to find Robert on his own and ends up getting lost in the medieval castles many eerie secret passages. Finally, everyone converges in the room where Robert is playing chess against Johnny and it's here where Tyson throws down the gauntlet and challenges Robert to a rematch. Robert refuses and goes into a whole history lesson about how 'once you've defeated your enemy, the battle is over'. Meanwhile, arrogant little Johnny decides to pick a battle with the most-worthy opponent in the room and chooses Kai. As the fight begins, it appears to be even, but then Johnny calls out his Bit Beast Salamulyon and totally destroys him. In the end, the Bladebreakers resolve that they have their work cut out for them to become the world champion Beybladers.
Formation! The Strongest European Team
|September 24, 2001||November 9, 2002|
The Bladebreakers have made themselves at home at Robert's mansion, refusing to leave unless the Europeans agree to a final Beybattle. To teach his guests a lesson, Robert agrees to a match at his new stadium. But there's one condition: If the Bladebreakers lose, they have to forfeit their berth at the world Championship. Ray and Oliver battle fiercely and the first round ends in a tie. Johnny and Kai, bitter rivals, step to the bowl. But can Kai get revenge for his previous loss? Or will he once again fall at the hands of Johnny?
|39||A Majestic Battle... a Majestic Victory?|
Decide! Power to Victory
|October 1, 2001||November 9, 2002|
Match two gets underway at the Olympia Coliseum, and with a little unsolicited help by his teammates, Kai walks away with a win. The match is tied and the Majestics grudgingly admit to themselves that the only way they will win the contest is to fight as a team, as the Bladebreakers do. Facing off against Tyson in the final match, will Robert be able to apply the fundamentals of teamwork? And will the Bladebreakers ever discover who sent them on their cross-Europe trip in the first place?
|40||Hot Battle In A Cold Town|
Deciding Area Russia
|October 8, 2001||April 12, 2003|
The Bladebreakers arrive in Moscow on a brisk winter's day in anticipation of the World Beyblading final tournament. As they search for their hotel in the chilly city, they happen upon Boris, a strange man who claims to be the head of a rather eerie Beyblading training center. With the charm of an old world count, Boris invites them to lunch and them brings them to the training facility where they meet the next generation of Beybladers. It's here where Boris decides that one of his pupils should test his blading skills against Tyson. Our heroes are led into a rather stark, castle-like chamber which houses nothing more than a Beystadium and here Tyson takes on a young kid named Alexander. At first the battle is in favour of Alexander, but Tyson quickly turns the tide with Kai's help and wins with his patented Phantom Hurricane Attack. After the match, Alexander's Beyblade is crushed under Boris' foot and the young lad is dragged off in disgrace much to the confusion of the Bladebreakers who quickly leave. At the end of the episode, Kai vows to return and seek retribution.
|41||Out Of The Past|
Here it Comes! The Door of Memory
|October 15, 2001||April 19, 2003|
The Bladebreakers run into some old friends in Russia when the All-Starz and the White Tiger Clan show up for an exhibition match. The Beybattle between the two teams ends in a tie and they become fast friends, except for Emily and Mariah, who refuse to speak to each other. Meanwhile, Kai returns to the Abbey to find out why it fills him with foreboding. He discovers a cruel Beyblade facility in the sub-basements, housing twisted science experiments and an army of children being molded into deadly Beybladers. Kai's lost memories come flooding back as he realises that he was raised in the abbey. But has he discovered the truth too late?
|42||Drawn To The Darkness|
The Person who Desires the Strongest
|October 22, 2001||April 20, 2003|
Kai is torn between escaping the Abbey, or exploring it further in an attempt to unlock forgotten memories from his childhood. The Bladebreakers attempt to enter the abbey to track down their missing teammate, but are denied access by two of its bladers, Ian and Tala, under orders to stall them. When Kai discovers the existence of Black Dranzer, the world's most powerful Beyblade, Boris offers it to him - but only if Kai quits the Bladebreakers forever and rejoins the Biovolt Corporation. Flooded with memories of using Black Dranzer as a child, and the lure of its dark, corrupting power leads Kai to accept Black Dranzer and rejoin Biovolt.
|43||Live And Let Kai!|
The Nightmare Ceremony Match
|October 29, 2001||April 26, 2003|
It's the first day of the Beyblade World Championships in Moscow, and as our heroes leave their hotel, they still haven't been able to locate Kai who's been missing for some time now. Regardless, they arrive at the tournament and meet up with both the White Tigers and the All Starz who invite them to watch their first match against the Demolition Boys. At first things seem fairly normal, that is, until they start to battle. Things go from bad to worse for the All Starz who are no match for the Demolition Boys who quickly go up 2-0 in the best of five events. In the next match, Michael has to square off against a mystery member of the Demolition Boys and it turns out to be none other than Kai, who has defected from the Bladebreakers. In the final battle, Kai takes on all the All Starz at once... and wins!! After his victory, he commands the All Starz Bit Beasts to enter his blade and he announces to the world that he now possesses the most powerful Beyblade in the world!!
|November 5, 2001||April 27, 2003|
Determined to avenge the All-Starz's devastating defeat, the White Tigers face Kai in the Tournament. One by one, they fall before the power of Black Dranzer and watch, horrified, as their Bit Beasts are absorbed into Kai's Beyblade. The Bladebreakers storm the abbey in a desperate attempt to free their teammate. Tyson stumbles into Biovolt's secret lab and learns the truth about Kai's past from a gloating Boris. Tyson refuses to give up on his friend until Kai hands over his old Dranzer Beyblade and tells him to leave. Will the Bladebreakers survive the loss of their most powerful member?
|45||Breaking The Ice|
Duel at Baikal Lake
|November 12, 2001||May 3, 2003|
Downtrodden and dejected, the Bladebreakers ask themselves over and over again: “Why would Kai betray us?” Soon enough, however, the boys get a chance to ask him themselves. Summoned by Kai to Beyblade on a frozen lake, the Bladebreakers must not only win to save their Bit Beasts, but must convince Kai that they will always be his teammates. Can they do it...?
|November 19, 2001||May 4, 2003|
Now that Kai is finally loyal to the 'Bladebreakers', he returns Black Dranzer to Boris, doing severe damage to the enemy headquarters in the process. Voltaire orders the operation to proceed, and Boris brings in the Demolition Boys to get the job done. It is revealed that Biovolt is creating a breed of powerful, savage, Bit-Beasts that are designed for War...and the plan is to use them to take over the entire World. The Demolition Boys attack the BBA bus, and Max bravely battles to save his friends. Unfortunately, he loses his Bit-Beast Draciel in the process.
|47||A Lesson For Tyson|
Meeting Again! European Team
|November 26, 2001||May 10, 2003|
The Bladebreakers are stranded on the barren Russian Tundra after their run-in with the Demolition Boys when the Majestics mysteriously show up in their bus. After picking our heroes up, they stop at an abandoned palace where Robert challenges Tyson to battle. At first it seems strange that Robert would do this, but Tyson accepts and a battle ensues with Tyson losing two straight. He becomes infuriated! Robert then tells Tyson that he must harness his power back into his blade, which totally confuses Tyson. Finally, Kenny tells Tyson to remember the battle he had against Robert back in his castle. That's where Tyson realised he must work together with his Bit Beast. With this knowledge, a third battle takes place and Tyson defeats Robert. But the question still remained, why did the Majestics want to challenge our heroes to a battle for no apparent reason? In the end, it turns out that Mr. Dickenson set this whole 'lesson' up to get the Bladebreakers ready for the final match with the Demolition Boys. Without accessing their 'power from within', the Bladebreakers wouldn't stand a chance against the Demolition Boys in the finals at the World Championships.
|48||Victory In Defeat|
|December 3, 2001||May 11, 2003|
The World Championship Finals are finally here and Kai insists on Beybattling first, hoping his knowledge of the Demolition Boys will give him an advantage over Spencer. But in the first set, Seaborg, Spencer's whale Bit Beast, uses the water in the Black Sea Bowl to create a tsunami, which overwhelms Dranzer. Kai is desperate for victory and Voltaire makes him a tempting offer: the power of Black Dranzer in exchange for betraying his friends and stealing their Bit Beasts, but Kai stays true to his heart and resists his grandfather.
|49||A Wicked Wind Blows|
Scream of the White Tiger
|December 10, 2001||May 17, 2003|
After Kai's first round loss to the Demolition Boys in the World Beyblade Finals, it's Ray's turn to take on Bryan in a best-of-three match. Ray learns the hard way that Bryan is a nasty competitor who'll do anything to win - including putting Ray himself through the wringer. When it's discovered that Bryan's attack includes the ability to manipulate air itself into a weapon, Ray faces a troubling realisation. To negate Bryan's fury, he must put his own well being at risk. But Ray's Bit-Beast Driger has other ideas, and it offers up selfless act of its own.
|50||New And Cyber-Improved...|
The Snowfield of Revelations
|December 17, 2001||May 18, 2003|
After a devastating match puts Ray in the hospital, Tyson trains his heart out to prepare for his battle against Tala, leader of the Demolition Boys. What Tyson doesn't know is that Tala has become one of Boris' weird experiments, uploaded with dangerous Biovolt technology. Meanwhile, Max’s parents work together to come up with an improved Beyblade that can combat the existing threat of the Demolition Boys' prowess. Can it even come close to competing against...Cyber-Tala?
|December 24, 2001||August 24, 2003|
It's the finals of the World Beyblading Championships in Moscow with Tala from the Demolition Boys and Tyson tied at one game a piece in the best of three finals. With the victory, the tide has turned in favor of Tala who warps the two warriors into a giant iceberg where there is no contact with the outside world. The second battle begins, and it takes little time for Tala to combine his multiple Bit Beasts into one and take the lead in the best of three finals. Meanwhile, the evil Voltaire looks on and begins celebrating the victory, which translates into his domination of the corporate world. With the lose, Tyson has fallen into a funk and sees no way of winning, when he suddenly realises the power to win is inside him. With a new outlook and positive thinking, Tyson's confidence translates into a more powerful Dragoon, which handily defeats Tala. With the win, all the stolen Bit Beasts are returned to their rightful owners and in the end, Tyson's friends gather around each wanting to take on the new World Champion Beyblader.