List of Episodes from Beyblade: G-Revolution. This page contains major spoilers.
|#||English/Japanese titles||Original Airdate||English Airdate|
|1||"New Kid in Town"
"Takao, Let's Battle!" (タカオ、勝負だ!)
|January 6, 2003||September 18, 2004|
|Tyson has just returned from the World Championships with another victory and he's decided to teach a class of boys in the neighborhood the fine art of blading. Just as he begins his session, a cocky kid comes down from the hills and challenges Tyson to a battle. His name is Daichi and the battle begins with the challenger going for the jugular and has put the champ in a real spot! And what's worse, Daichi's blade copycats Tyson's every move, stealing power from him as the battle progresses! But it's Tyson who finally wins the battle by calling out his Galaxy Storm. Daichi is humiliated and begs Tyson for another battle. Tyson has had enough of this strange boy and is about to walk away, when, out of the blue, another character appears—Jin of the Gale. Now Tyson is facing another challenger who wants to strip him of his world championship title with Max as his partner.|
|2||"A Team Divided"
"We're Not Friends!" (友達じゃねぇ!)
|January 13, 2003||September 18, 2004|
|Tyson has his hands full when he is confronted by a tough little Blader named Daichi. Just as they are about to battle, another mysterious Blader named Jin shows up and wants to challenge Tyson as well. All three Bladers mix it up but Ray puts a stop to the fight when he realizes that Tyson can’t handle two Bladers at once. Across town Mr. Dickenson calls a press conference to inform all Bladers that the World Championships will begin again but this year there will be an interesting twist. Tag teams will represent the final teams in the championships. This news causes a stir throughout the city and the Bladebreakers are very excited, especially Tyson. Unfortunately Ray and Max don’t share Tyson’s enthusiasm for the new tag team rules of the tournament. They decide to leave the Blade Breakers and represent their hometown teams. Tyson is shocked by this news and confronts his friends but reluctantly agrees to let them go.|
|3||"Invitation to Battle"
"You'll Never Defeat Me" (オレには勝てん)
|January 20, 2003||September 19, 2004|
|Daichi continues to annoy Tyson with his constant battle challenges, which Tyson refuses to give in to – even after an embarrassing confrontation at the public swimming pool proves that Daichi is an impressive and highly skilled Beyblader. Meanwhile, Jin sends Tyson an invitation to a private battle, but Ray intercepts the message, and arrives in Tyson’s place. Ray ultimately loses the grueling match, but Jin is suitably impressed, and decides that Tyson has chosen his friends wisely.|
|4||"We Were Once Bladebreakers..."
"I Will Decide on My Own Path" (オレの道はオレが決める)
|January 27, 2003||September 25, 2004|
|Tyson’s alone and picking up the pieces of what used to be The Bladebreakers. Daichi won’t leave him alone, and Kai is...well, Kai...at least he has the championships to look forward to, right? Meanwhile, both Ray and Max are going through the growing pains of being part of a new team. Ray, back with his old friends from his hometown, re-unites with the strange mystical sensei, Tao, and Max realizes that new teammate Rick, is more trouble than he could have bargained for. Last but not least, Kai deals with his own inner turmoil, trying to decide if he really wants to be a Bladebreaker at all anymore...Will he ‘blade next to Tyson at the preliminary round...or leave him to fight for himself?|
|5||"A League of His Own"
"One Hundred Years Too Early!" (100年早いぜ!)
|February 3, 2003||September 26, 2004|
|At the preliminaries for the World Championships, Daichi wins his matches easily, establishing himself as a new powerhouse on the Beyblading scene. Kenny also competes, defeating his opponents with such skill that even Tyson is impressed. Nobody thinks anything when a fan named Kotaro asks for an autograph and takes advantage of the opportunity to examine Tyson, Kenny and Daichi’s Beyblades. But when he shows up as competitor and defeats Kenny with the Chameleon Fake, everyone is alarmed. Does Kotaro’s Chameleon Bey have the ability to copy attacks as well as colors and will this spell defeat for Tyson?|
|6||"You're The Man, Kai!"
"No One But Kai!" (カイしかいねぇ!)
|February 10, 2003||October 2, 2004|
|There's only one round left in the tournament to decide who's going to partner up with Tyson in the World Beyblade Tag Team Championships and it's between Daichi and Kai. When Daichi finds out it's a tag team event and he's not going to go up against Tyson, he's totally enraged, but decides to beat Kai anyway. Meanwhile, the mysterious Jin is lurking around the dressing room listening in on our hero's conversations. When the finals in Block B begin, a radical jungle dish is revealed which gives Daichi the edge. Quickly, the underdog starts slamming and attacking Kai while Kai does nothing to defend himself. As Tyson and his friends watch, they nervously yell out for Kai to attack, but he doesn't listen. Suddenly, as if struck by a bolt of lightning, Kai calls out for his Dranzer to attack. In one swoop, he destroys Daichi. After the battle, Kai is announced as Tyson's partner for the Tag Team Finals, but Mr. Dickenson makes an announcement that their new team, the BBA Revolution, will have two alternate players- Daichi and Kenny. And the announcement is made by Jin. But that's not the only surprise. It turns out Jin is actually Hiro, Tyson's older brother who has come back to coach Tyson and his team.|
|7||"Take Your Best Shot!"
"Depending on You" (オマエしだいだ)
|February 17, 2003||October 3, 2004|
|The Block A and Block B finals of the Beyblade World Championships are underway. Max wins his match and finds himself partnered with a real bully of a blader named Rick. Tyson watches the event on TV anxious to get in the stadium and unleash his blade Dragoon. Meanwhile Kenny discovers the real physical aspects of Beyblading. Kai watches as his friends Max and Ray win the final matches of their respective blocks for other teams. This causes him to question his loyalty to Tyson. To make matters worse, a new team comes out of nowhere and poses a threat to Tyson and his dream of winning the championship title.|
"This Isn't Training!" (合宿じゃねぇ!)
|February 24, 2003||October 9, 2004|
|The BBA Revolution Team heads to a remote training camp to prepare for the upcoming tournament. When they first arrive, Hiro tells Tyson that Kai has quit the team. Tyson is ready to quit to, but Hiro convinces him to choose a new partner. Tyson picks Daichi, then whisks him off into the wilderness to teach him survival skills as they relate to Beyblading. The plan works well until Tyson strays from the main path, and gets himself and Daichi hopelessly lost. From there it is one disaster after another: They fall in the river, lose all their equipment, and eventually get trapped by a raging forest fire. Only by working together, and using their Beyblades in perfect unison, can they save themselves and the forest. Of course that is easier said than done when it comes to Tyson and Daichi. In the end, however, they get the job done – and Tyson realizes that Daichi does in fact have what it takes to be his partner in the championship tournament.|
|9||"Swiped On The Streets"
"1 + 1 is Infinity!" (1+1は無限大だぜ!)
|March 3, 2003||October 16, 2004|
|The BBA Revolution team fly to New York City for the Beyblade World Championships. The normally feisty Daichi proves to be afraid of flying, and once in the city, he becomes overwhelmed by the size and scope of things in the Big Apple. While eating lunch in a sidewalk café, Tyson and Daichi have their beyblades stolen by a young pickpocket and together they scouring the streets for the culprit. Tyson meanwhile, exhibits his first real sympathy for his diminutive teammate, and vows to go easier on him. Just as the pair are about to give up the search, Tyson hears the unmistakable sounds of Dragoon coming from a nearby alley. There, they find the boy who robbed them using Dragoon to battle Rick of the PPB All Starz in a street match. Rick wins and prepares to leave with his stolen bounty. Tyson and Daichi try to convince Rick to give back their blades, but Rick will only return them if they defeat him in a match. The three bladers engage in battle, with Tyson and Daichi tag-teaming Rick. Rick is on the verge of defeating them when a surprise fourth blader jumps in – Max. The match ends in a draw, and Rick leaves empty-handed. Max vows to try and improve his relationship with Rick, who's his PPB All Starz teammate. Back at their Hotel, the BBA Revolution team watch the sports news on TV, and learn that the other teams in the Championship Tournament have all arrived in New York City. But the most shocking news, is that a surprise addition has been made to the mysterious Blitzkrieg Boys team – their former teammate Kai.|
|10||"It's a Battle Royale...!"
"Come and Finish This!" (まとめてきやがれ!)
|March 10, 2003||October 17, 2004|
|The teams have been selected and the finals are about to begin. Unfortunately Tyson finds himself facing all of his former friends, each part of a team that he will eventually have to ‘blade against. The biggest blow that Tyson receives, is seeing Kai as a member of the Blitzkrieg Boys! After confronting his sullen, ex-teammate, Kai suggests to Tyson that the reason he left is because his old team just wasn’t good enough! Tyson is insulted to the core; even more so when Ray chooses to let Lee face off against Tyson in the first match, White Tiger X versus BBA Revolution! In an attempt to prove his worth, Tyson makes an arrogant demand: he insists on ‘blading the two White Tiger X team members at the same time! Can Tyson and his relatively untrained partner Daichi even hope to succeed?|
|11||"The Blame Game"
"It's Not My Fault!" (オレが悪いんじゃねえ!)
|March 17, 2003||October 23, 2004|
|Tyson blames his embarrassing loss to Ray on Daichi, telling the team he is better off competing alone. As Tyson runs away, the US Finals continue with Rick of the PPB All Starz against Claude of Barthez Battalion. Claude’s skill gives him the upper hand until Rick’s unleashes his full power, destroying the stadium to get to Rapid Eagle. Barthez orders Claude not to avoid the shrapnel and he is injured, turning the crowd against the PPB All Starz. Despite losing, Barthez is delighted to have undermined the US’s popularity. Hiro finds Tyson and challenges him to a duel, defeating him easily. Tyson makes more excuses – the World Champion can never show weakness. Hiro walks away... until Tyson allows himself to admit his weakness, he will never grow stronger.|
|12||"When in Rome... Let it Rip!"
"An Opening Play Turnaround" (逆転劇の幕開けだ)
|March 24, 2003||October 30, 2004|
|The Beyblade World Tag Team Championships are about to start in Rome as Barthez busily prepares his team for the big event. He's even invited a television news crew to document his efforts as a coach. Unfortunately, Barthez's personality slips through on occasion revealing the truth about how much a tyrant he really is. The Italian tournament begins and it's Barthez Battalion against White Tiger X. Ray starts for the Tigers going up against Claude. In mere seconds, Ray pulls off a victory that sets off alarm bells among the other competitors who think something is fishy. The second battle has Lee and Miguel pitted against each other. It doesn't take long for Miguel to win the match for Barthez Battalion which sets up the third and final round- Miguel against Ray. This battle starts off with Ray on the offensive, but suddenly, blades spring out of Miguel's blade, meaning that Miguel wins. Kenny, watching this on a monitor, is very suspicious of the victory just as Hiro enters to give the line-up for the next battle, which doesn't include Tyson.|
|13||"Kenny's Big Battle"
"Professor is Professor" (キョウジュはキョウジュだ!)
|March 31, 2003||November 6, 2004|
|Tyson fumes and leaves the team after he is dropped from the lineup against the Blitzkrieg Boys. This leaves Kenny and Daichi to pick up the slack against their opponents. Feeling rejected, Tyson wanders off and runs into a strange old man named Tao who takes him shopping. Meanwhile the competition rolls on and the PPB All Stars are victorious. Next up, the Blitzkrieg Boys face off against the BBA Revolution without Tyson. Daichi wins his match and Kenny nervously goes to the beystadium to face his opponent Tala. During the battle, Kenny finds himself way out of his league but when Tala starts to insult Tyson he discovers his blading spirit and vows to never give up and win the match for his friend!|
|14||"Picking Up The Pieces"
"Do it For Me!" (オレにやらせろ!)
|April 7, 2003||November 7, 2004|
|In the second of a best of three match, Tala thinks he’s broken Kenny down, but Kenny summons his inner strength and attacks with all of his combined power. Unfortunately, it’s not enough, and Tala shatters Kenny’s Hopper into pieces with his Novae Rog attack. Kenny loses the match, but in the process spots a major weakness in Tala’s game. Daichi is called to take on Tala in the tie-breaker. Tyson is desperate for battling, and tries to convince Tala to let him fight in Daichi’s place. Tala refuses, and Daichi cannot believe that Tyson has lost faith in his abilities. Meanwhile, Kenny adjusts Daichi’s Beyblade with a special part to help him in the battle. He convinces Daichi to follow his game plan, and stay away from Tala’s bey until the perfect moment. Daichi agrees, but it goes against his natural style and it takes all his strength just to keep from attacking. Finally Kenny spots the opening, and Daichi takes advantage. Daichi defeats Tala, and the BBA Revolution is awarded the victory. Tyson is amazed, and promises not to underestimate his team in the future.|
|15||"Sleepless in Madrid"
"'Aren't We Partners!?" (パートナーだろ!?)
|April 14, 2003||November 13, 2004|
|In Madrid for the Spanish leg of the World Championships, the hard-of-sleeping Lee has a nightmare that Ray kicks him off the team for his poor play. The day before their next match, White Tiger X encounters a pair of beyblading jugglers in Madrid's main square, who also happen to be trick bladers. When Lee criticizes their performance, he and Ray are challenged to an impromptu match. The jugglers beat them handily, which only exacerbates Lee's insecurity about his skills. Ray suspects that Lee's problem stems not only from a lack of sleep lately, but from a lack of communication between the two. Ray discusses the problem with Tyson, who suggests that Ray be more confrontational. Mr. Dickenson meanwhile, ponders whether to grant F Dynasty their request for a two-on-two match. Turns out it was Raul and Julia of F Dynasty who posed as the street jugglers in order to goad Lee and Ray. When the day of the match arrives, and White Tiger X faces F Dynasty, Lee and Ray discover the jugglers' true identities. Wanting payback for their earlier loss, Lee and Ray accept the two-on-two challenge and the match format is set. F Dynasty dominates the contest, causing Lee to go batty in fear of letting Ray down yet again. Coming loose at the seams, Lee's reckless blading becomes a serious concern. To save his fragile-minded teammate from further distress, Ray knocks out Lee's blade himself and accept his team's loss. Discussing the incident afterward, Lee acknowledges his mistake, and he and Ray vow to be more communicative in the future.|
|16||"Fire and Water"
"Do Not Interfere!" (邪魔するな!)
|April 21, 2003||November 20, 2004|
|As Max prepares to face Kai in the next round, the members of BBA Revolution overhear a confrontation between Johnny and Robert of the Majestics and Barthez Battalion. It turns out Barthez Battalion won their qualifying tournament through trickery. Thanks to Kenny, the teams find proof of Barthez’s underhanded tactics but it’s too late to disqualify them from the Championships. Armed with his new Draciel Gravity, Max takes Kai to the edge of defeat only to end up defeated himself. Rick uses his frustration at the loss to overcome Tala and goes on to face Kai in a tiebreaker. Despite his great power, Rick loses to the more experienced Kai. Inspired by the match, Tyson vows to face Barthez Battalion with everything he’s got.|
|17||"Same Old Dirty Tricks..."
"Watch Out, Daichi" (気をつけろ、大地)
|April 28, 2003||November 27, 2004|
|The BBA Revolution are slated to face the sneaky Barthez Battalion, but while Hilary and Kenny want to report their dirty deeds to the authorities, Tyson believes the best way to teach them a lesson is to beat them fair and square…But that’s before he really sees how low the team will sink to win. When Mathilda blows up her beyblade on purpose, just to cause damage to Daichi’s Strata Dragoon, Tyson and his team are shocked…But Tyson stands his ground! Although Daichi wants to give Jean Paul Barthez himself a piece of his mind…Tyson holds him back, knowing that all will be decided in the beyblade dish…or will it? Tyson prepares to face off against Miguel, but how will he fare against the team leader’s own dirty tricks…?|
|18||"Beyblade Like an Egyptian"
"You Look Good!" (いい顔してるね!)
|May 5, 2003||December 4, 2004|
|Our heroes land in Egypt for the next leg of the tournament where the first two teams going up against each other are the Blitzkrieg Boys against the Barthez Battalion. But as Barthez readies his team, we learn he's devised a special spider web-like tape that is supposed to shoot out of his team's blades and trap their opponents in an inescapable web. Miguel is torn and knows that if they follow his coach's plan they could win, but he feels he'd rather lose with respect than cheat. In the first battle, Aaron goes up against Tala. Barthez tells his players to just act natural and he would operate the spider webbing by remote control. As the battle begins, Barthez desperately pushes the remote control, but nothing happens. Turns out Aaron refused to use the 'fixed' blade. Barthez is furious. Miguel is defiant and tell Barthez that they aren't going to be 'his puppets anymore.' As Barthez leaves, Miguel steps into the ring against Kai. The battle doesn't last very long as Kai wins handily. But Miguel has lost with dignity and that's just the way he wants it!|
|19||"One For All...Free For All"
|May 12, 2003||December 11, 2004|
|Max is having trouble convincing Rick that he is truly dedicated to the PPB All Starz. Max just wants to play for love of the game but Rick thinks he should do anything to win. When the competition continues Max demands they fight a "pairs" match so that he and Rick are forced to work as a team. Rick’s ego gets the best of him and soon he finds himself not only battling the White Tiger X team but Max as well. Mariah tells Ray and Lee of White Tiger X that they should battle each other and find out who is the best blader out of the four of them. A beyblading free for all ensues until the final climactic battle when only one blade is left spinning. The winner, Lee is surprised as everyone else to learn that he is the best blader of them all!"|
|20||"Burdens of a Champion"
"Don't Lose... Takao" (負けるなよ…タカオ)
|May 19, 2003||December 18, 2004|
|The Egyptian leg of the World Championships culminates with the final match highlighting F Dynasty against the BBA Revolution. The day before the match, Tyson has Daichi practice moves with him that they’re not usually accustomed to doing: namely, tag-team attacks. F Dynasty is renowned for their tag-team abilities, and Tyson wants nothing more than to beat them at their own game. He knows this will be a challenge, as F Dynasty has already used the tag-team format to defeat White Tiger X earlier in the tournament. But as the former Beyblade world champion, Tyson feels it’s his duty to prove that he’s the best, no matter what the format is. F Dynasty meanwhile, foregoes practicing in favor of another fantastic street show of their beyblading skills for a crowd of onlookers. In a flashback to their childhood, we learn that Raul and Julia have been performing as a duo since their formative years growing up in the circus. The introduction of beyblades to their act only solidified their skills. When the day of the match arrives, Tyson specifically requests the two-on-two format and F Dynasty agrees. The sand-filled Sahara dish gives Tyson and Daichi the pre-battle advantage, but during the match, Tyson’s beyblade has trouble keeping up. Coach Hiro realizes that the pressure Tyson is feeling to carry his team as the former Beyblade champion is affecting his performance. But this realization comes too late. Raul and Julia pull off another spectacular tag-team assault and defeat Tyson and Daichi. This results in an unusual predicament. All teams remaining in World Championship tournament now stand at two wins and two losses – meaning none of them have been eliminated yet.|
"You're So Lame!" (ダサダサだぜ!)
|May 26, 2003||December 25, 2004|
|Tyson is feeling the pressure of being World Champion. Despite Hiro’s warning, a television crew follows him around for a day, taping his every move. Daichi feels jealous and tries to compete for the camera’s attention. Finally, BBA Revolution holds a three-way match between Tyson, Daichi and Kenny for the cameras and Tyson loses like an amateur. Tyson contemplates quitting and wanders to the Beystadium to be alone with his thoughts. Daichi confronts him and challenges him to a match. During the beybattle, Tyson is reminded of how it feels to beyblade for the pure love of the game. The pressure disappears when Tyson realizes he doesn’t have to beyblade like a champion. He just has to beyblade like himself! Tyson meets Kai, Max and Ray ands tells them that, from now on, they are all challengers and any one of them could end up as champion.|
"I Know You Can Win!" (アンタなら勝てる!)
|June 2, 2003||January 1, 2005|
|The final elimination round is underway, with F Dynasty trying to earn the last play-off slot, while their opponents, the already mathematically eliminated Barthez Battalion try to spoil their chances. Feeling like the weak link of the team, Raul surprises Julia by insisting he battle solo for F Dynasty, in order to prove his worth. Julia reluctantly agrees. In the first match Julia easily defeats Miguel, piling even more pressure on Raul. Raul is up against Mathilda of Barthez Battalion (who is using a combination of parts from her team’s Beyblades) in the second match. Raul freezes under the pressure, and it looks like he is a sitting duck. But Julia steps in to explain to Raul that the only reason she has so much confidence in battle is because she has him at her side. This fires Raul up, and he battles back to steal the victory. The Barthez Battalion team are eliminated, but they are very gracious in defeat.|
|23||"Ray and Kai: The Ultimate Face Off!"
"Once More...!" (まだだ…!)
|June 9, 2003||January 8, 2005|
|With Lee losing to Tala early in the match, White Tiger X is a game down, and Kai now steps up to battle for the Blitzkrieg Boys. This round is sure to be intense, as old teammates face off in the dish. Ray will represent White Tiger X, and the world is watching. The pressure seems too much for the players, as Ray collapses from the strain. Somehow he finds the strength to keep going, and the desire to bring Kai down! The intensity rises as the battle continues, with both players on either side of the dish so evenly matched, who can predict which one will walk away with the victory?|
|24||"Down Under Thunder"
"Full Power Ahead!" (パワー全開だ!!)
|June 16, 2003||January 15, 2005|
|The tournament in Australia continues and this round pits the PPB All Starz against Tyson and the BBA Revolution. The first battle sees Daichi playing against Rick. Daichi seems a little overconfident going into battle as his sights are set on the bigger prize, fighting in the finals with Tyson. Rick on the other hand is more realistic. He understands where he comes from and that he's lucky to be where he is, yet he too wants to get this battle behind him. The fight is a tough one. In fact, the combatants are going at it so hard that the entire arena is filled with the acrid smell of burnt metal. This seems to be a battle of wills rather than blades as each Blader attempts to summon every ounce of power that they can. In the end, Daichi proves to be the winner, and Rick is devastated. Daichi on the other hand has used so much energy that he passes out. Now it's time for the next round, and it pits Tyson against his former teammate, Max!|
|June 23, 2003||January 22, 2005|
|Tyson and Max face off against each other in the semi-final of the World Beyblading Championships. The two old friends use two totally different blading styles in the dish. Tyson takes the offense while Max hangs back and chooses for a more defensive style. Tyson has a tough time battling Max and when Dragoon starts to lose power he starts his engine gear. When he goes in for the final hit, Max suddenly goes on the offense and starts Draciel’s engine gear. Just when it looks like Dragoon is going to be knocked out Tyson cleverly uses Draciel’s own power against it and defeats Max! This allows Tyson’s team, the BBA Revolution, to move on to the final round of the competition!|
"All Right!" (よっしゃー!)
|June 30, 2003||January 29, 2005|
|With three teams qualifying for the finals of the World Beyblade Championships – the Blitzkrieg Boys, the BBA Revolution, and F Dynasty - the BBA must make a decision. Only two teams can play in the finals, and a format to determine which ones will compete must be decided. Will they stage a mini-round robin tournament between the three teams? Or will the BBA Revolution and F Dynasty, who are both tied for second place battle, battle each other with the winner moving on to face the Blitzkrieg Boys in the finals? These questions will all take time to answer - time the various competitors use to catch up with family members. With the PPB All Starz eliminated from the tournament, Max visits his folks and then drops by the local community center where he and Ray first told Tyson they were leaving the Bladebreakers. Tyson goes home to visit Grandpa, and Daichi tags along, making himself a little too at home in the process. Grandpa is impressed by Tyson’s newfound seriousness when it comes to his martial arts training. Coach Romero of F Dynasty gives Raul and Julia a surprise when he brings them to visit the circus, which just happens to be in town. The circus is where the siblings grew up, and a heartfelt reunion ensues. At BBA Headquarters, Mr. Dickenson announces the finals format. The two second place teams will indeed face each other first, with the victor getting to advance. Tyson surprises everyone by requesting that his match be a tag-team battle. Kenny gives Tyson his newly created Dragoon Galaxy Turbo, an improved version of Dragoon, which performs well in tag-team practice. Tyson and Daichi are pumped - they couldn’t be more ready for their upcoming rematch against F Dynasty.|
|27||"What a Blast!"
"The Most Fun Ever!" (最高に面白いぞ!)
|July 7, 2003||February 5, 2005|
|The entire city is pumped for Tyson and Daichi’s rematch with F Dynasty in double-team play. At first, the awesome power of BBA Revolution has Raul and Julia on their heels. Raul manages to save Julia from a stadium out and his big sister lets him take command. Encouraged by the support of their circus family, the brother and sister use their experience and teamwork to push the BBA Revolution to the brink of defeat. Tyson and Daichi are losing strength when they realize they are having the time of their lives. There’s nothing like competing against powerful, skilled opponents. The BBA Revolution has one last shot at victory. Can Daichi and Tyson manage to use a risky move from F Dynasty’s playbook to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat? When Tyson’s gambit wins the match, Raul and Julia are stunned to hear the crowd cheering for the BBA Revolution and F Dynasty! They are overwhelmed with pride as Kai leaves the stadium. At last, he will face Tyson for the World Championship.|
"Not Yet!" (まだかよ!)
|July 14, 2003||February 12, 2005|
|The finals have finally arrived and BBA Revolution gets ready to face the Blitzkrieg Boys in a heated battle. But before that can happen, a routine check-up of Tyson’s Beyblade turns up a faulty gear assembly, which needs to be repaired! Time is running out, and Daichi has to stretch out his match with Tala to give Kenny the time he needs to fix Dragoon! Just when things look their bleakest, Kenny brings Dragoon back to its former glory, which gets Daichi off the hook! And now, instead of running away from Tala, he comes back with an intense attack! But is it too late to get back the advantage over his crafty opponent?|
|29||"And Then There Were Two"
"I'm Right Here" (オレならここだ)
|July 21, 2003||February 19, 2005|
|Daichi and Tala have both been thrown from the dish at the same time, resulting in a tie game. Because they are in no condition for a rematch, Mr. Dickenson rules that the next match will determine the new tournament Champion. It all comes down to Kai and Tyson. Kai shows up for the match battered and bruised from his training session with Spencer and Bryan, just so he can put himself at Tyson’s level of physical exhaustion, since Tyson had already battled earlier in the day. Kai wants them to be evenly matched so that he won’t have any advantage in battle. Because of the power levels involved, Mr. Dickenson unveils a new stadium dish, hidden under the floor of the main stadium. It is a square mile large, and in the style of an outdoor environment. Tyson is used to more traditional indoor stadium designs, but feels he is up for the challenge. Tyson begins to draw on the skills he learned from his previous battles, while Kai’s focus is on his exceptional abilities and his single-minded desire to be the best. The battle rages on…|
|30||"Let the Games Begin...Again!"
"It's Not Over!" (終わりじゃねえ!!)
|July 28, 2003||February 26, 2005|
|It’s the finals of the World Beyblading Championships and the final battle pits Kai against the defending world Champion, Tyson. The fight is incredibly intense and what’s even more amazing, it looks like the two combatants are so evenly matched, there might not be a winner. And that’s exactly what happens! At the end of the battle, Kai and Tyson drop out at the exact same time! Now a dilemma arises. Mr. Dickenson has to make the final decision and he’s leaning toward calling it a tie because he’s afraid that if they continue the battle, someone could get hurt. But Kai steps up to the plate and pleads his case for the battle to continue, which it does! As the fight resumes, the intensity is felt throughout the arena. Again they are evenly matched and it looks like no one will take it, when… they both mount a final assault! It’s huge! In the end, Tyson comes out on top and Daichi and Tyson become the new Beyblade Tag Team World Champions!!|
"See Ya!" (じゃあな!)
|August 4, 2003||March 5, 2005|
|Tyson and Daichi win the Beyblade Tag Team World Championship but Daichi is jealous that Tyson is getting all the attention. He decides the only way he can get the respect he deserves is to go on a training mission and come back and defeat Tyson on his own. He hitches a ride on a truck and falls asleep but wakes up far away from home, alone and hungry. Luckily he runs into Max and his father who invite him back to their house for dinner. During the meal Max squirts mustard on Daichi’s steak telling him it will make it taste better. This disgusts Daichi, and in his anger he insults Max and his father. Max takes offense and challenges Daichi to a Beyblade battle. The match is a close one and Daichi is confident he can beat Max but he was beaten by Max’s strength. He decides that the only way he can become a better Blader is to start training with Max. Meanwhile Tyson discovers Daichi gone and wonders why and where his Blading partner has gone.|
"I Don't Get It!" (わけわかんねえ!!)
|August 11, 2003||March 12, 2005|
|A news bulletin announces that the BBA has been bought and transformed into a new, professional league, named the BEGA League and that Mr. Dickenson has resigned from his position as Chairman. The kids go off in search of their old friend and demand an explanation. Ashamed, Mr. Dickenson reveals that the board of the BBA had completed the plans to sell the league while he was occupied with the World Championships. Tyson resolves to show up at the press conference the next day and discover who is behind the plot. But at the press conference, he is faced with the new singing sensation, Ming-Ming who announces that not only is she the official mascot of the BEGA League but also its top ranked professional Beyblader. Tyson challenges her to Beybattle and Ming-Ming accepts under the condition that Tyson beat her entire Ming-Ming Band. Will Tyson, Max and Daichi be able to beat the Beybattling band and face off against an old foe?|
|33||"Out of Their League"
|August 18, 2003||March 19, 2005|
|Tyson, Max, Kenny and Daichi are invited by Boris to take a tour inside his new BEGA headquarters. Hilary isn’t allowed inside until the official public opening, and is sent away, much to her chagrin. The boys find that the BEGA building is unparalleled in the quality of its Beyblade training and facilities. Impressive as it is however, Tyson is still highly distrustful of Boris, who was responsible for trying to take over the world two years ago by using his team the Demolition Boys as soldiers. Boris tries to convince Tyson that he’s changed. Ever since his scheme was uncovered, he roamed throughout his homeland doing some soul searching. There, while watching some village children Beyblade, he had an epiphany. He realized that Beyblading is all about honor and individuality, and he made it his new goal to bring Beyblading to the masses. That’s why he took over the BBA and turned it into BEGA – as a way to give children around the world that had no exposure to the game a chance to better their lives and become champions themselves. Tyson is still skeptical, and his bad-mouthing of Boris draws the ire of a top BEGA prospect – a juggernaut named Crusher, whose Beyblade launcher is the biggest one the boys have ever seen. When grilled by Tyson about his motives for joining this professional league, Crusher admits he’s doing it for the prospect of getting rich, but only so he can afford to pay his younger sister’s hospital bills. A Beybattle ensues, and Crusher shows he’s even more powerful than he looks. Tyson is nearly defeated, but he summons his will and narrowly defeats his jumbo-sized opponent. When Boris asks Tyson if he now believes he’s sincere in his reasons for creating BEGA, Tyson still isn’t sure. But Tyson does admit that if spirited and honorable Blader’s like Crusher are in it, maybe there is some merit in the new league after all.|
|34||"The Mysterious Mystel"
"My Name Is ..." (キミの名は…)
|August 25, 2003||March 26, 2005|
|A mysterious stranger wanders the woods of White Tiger Hills, the headquarters of the White Tiger X team, and although this strange young man performs incredible good deeds, Lee and the rest of the team are suspicious, and tell their leader Ray, all about him. It isn’t long until the entire team meets up with him again, and Ray comes face to face with the stranger’s incredible abilities like leaping, flying and jumping through the air, not to mention Beyblading like a world champion. He calls himself Mystel and amazes Lee and Ray with the mixture of his incredible acrobatics and Beyblading skills. Lee imagines how good the White Tiger X team would be if they knew how to move like Mystel, and, after challenging their new guest to a battle, has high hopes that he’ll share his secrets. But Lee is humiliated by a quick loss, and now it’s up to Ray to represent the team in its own backyard! Can he beat Mystel, and more importantly, can he find out the secrets behind this mysterious young Beyblader?|
|35||"Pros and Ex-cons"
"Nice To Meet You" (おまえに会えてよかったぜ)
|September 1, 2003||April 2, 2005|
|Tyson can’t seem to make up his mind whether or not to trust Boris and go pro. When the team is visited by a rabid pack of sponsors who want to sign them to product contracts, Grandpa is forced to step in and recommend that Tyson have a talk with his more experienced brother, Hiro. While looking for Hiro, Tyson and friends come across Tala, Bryan and Spencer, who are on their way to get revenge on Boris by bringing the BEGA league down around him. Tyson is torn between following Tala, and respecting Tala’s wish that he stay out of it. At BEGA headquarters, Tala, Spencer, and Bryan confront Boris and demand to face his top Beyblader’s. Boris accepts their challenge, but puts them up against some first-level recruits instead to make them feel overconfident. After Tala and the Boys have defeated the BEGA team, Garland challenges them to a battle. Boris promises to dismantle the league if they beat Garland, but they have to join his pro league if Garland beats them. Tala refuses the deal, but Garland decides to battle anyway as a point of pride. Tyson and the gang arrive just in time to see Garland destroy Bryan and Spencer in a two-on-one battle. Now it’s Tala’s turn…|
|36||"Boris, The Blade Stops Here!"
"Don't Be Stupid!" (ふざけるな!)
|September 8, 2003||April 9, 2005|
|Without warning, a match is announced in town featuring Blader’s from the new BEGA League run by Boris. Tyson and his crew are skeptical of this new band of Blader’s, so they decide to go scope out the event. Once there, they find Garland and Tala going head to head all under the supervision of Boris who observes from the wings. An intense battle is played out on the stadium floor, when, it looks like Tala is about to lose, bars rise up out of the floor and keep him in the dish. As they continue to battle, Tala becomes weaker and weaker and collapses. Tyson's had enough. He yells out at Boris telling him his whole BEGA outfit is bogus and he challenges the shadowy figure to a battle. Boris accepts the challenges and at stake is the future of the BEGA and Tyson's future as a Beyblader!! Most of Tyson's friends surround him in a show of support, except one. Kai walks out of the stands and walks right by Tyson leaving him high and dry!|
|37||"The BEGA Challenge"
|September 15, 2003||April 16, 2005|
|Boris announces the challenge suggested by Takao will be a five-beyblader team fight. Takao's team include Max, Rei and Daichi, but they are clueless as to who can be their fifth element, since Kai joined BEGA. The sponsors that once knocked at Takao's door to offer him lucrative deals appear again to announce they are withdrawing their proposals since Takao is now up against BEGA. Kaichou also reveals that beybladers not enlisted on Bori's organization are unlikely be able to buy new parts. Hiromi goes on search for a shop that still sells beyblade parts for non-members of BEGA. A special news bulletin announces BEGA has called a press conference to announce their new special coach, who will prepare their bladers for the challenge. Everyone is surprised that the mysterious coach is Hiro, BBA Revolution's former coach. Takao is shocked that even his own brother has switched sides and goes to a park, where he punches a tree in anger (for some reason, this was not shown in the English dub and the versions based on it). Rei, who followed him, advices him not to be so angry on Kai and Hiro and grabs his jacket (for some reason, this was not shown in the English dub and the versions based on it), demanding him to understand that he is the one everyone wants to defeat. Takao asks if he and Max are going to leave him too, and Rei says he's got no intention of doing it, but challenges Takao for a battle in order to find "something" out. A furious battle ensues and Kyojyu is worried that if they damage their beyblades too much, they won't be able to repair it with new parts in time for the competition, since BEGA now controls everything - indeed, Hiromi is seen trying to buy parts to no avail, since she's not registered with BEGA. Takao and Rei launch their final attacks and Takao hardly wins, leaving Dragoon and Driger severely damaged. Max then deduces Rei wanted to battle Takao because he was the only former Bladebreaker who didn't have the chance to battle Takao at his best (check episode 10 above for details), which Rei confirms. Kyojyu is horrified to find out that Dragoon and Driger are unusable and unable to be repaired since they ran out of parts - a situation that is worsened as Hiromi returns and says she couldn't find any store willing to sell parts for non-BEGA members. Daichi then suggests they make their own beyblades from zero, which the team accepts.|
|38||"BEGA on the Rise"
"Look to Hell" (地獄を見るぞ)
|September 22, 2003||April 23, 2005|
|Hiro stuns the world by joining the BEGA League and coaching Brooklyn, their secret weapon. As the popularity of the new league rises, BBA Revolution find themselves unable to practice because Boris has cornered the market on new parts. Boris is satisfied with the progress of his top Blader’s, who are training heavily in a series of practice and exhibition matches. Ming Ming and the rest of her teammates easily dispatch the competition. After meeting an exceptional Blader named Garland, Kai is warned not to go head to head with Brooklyn – the most powerful Blader at BEGA. Even Hiro is astounded by Brooklyn’s abilities. Kai warns Hiro to stay out of his way and plans to uncover the truth about Brooklyn.|
"BBA's Ultimate Weapon" (BBAの最終兵器)
|September 29, 2003||April 30, 2005|
|Tyson and Daichi disguise themselves in an effort to get badly needed replacement parts for their damaged Beyblades. But without an official BEGA I.D. card signifying membership in the new league – something they steadfastly refuse to get - they’re shut out from getting parts at any store. Despairing about how they’ll solve this dilemma, they’re visited by members of various teams they fought against in the World Championships: White Tiger X, PPB All Starz, Barthez Battalion, and F Dynasty. These former foes don’t like Boris and his professional BEGA league either, seeing this new entity as a threat to the sport of Beyblading. They vow to help Tyson and the other members of the BBA Revolution in whatever way they can to overthrow BEGA. Boarding a bus to the location Tyson and Daichi trained at, two questions remain unanswered. Which players from this talented assemblage will form the new five-player team to contend against BEGA’s best? And can they create a new, more powerful Beyblade with which to accomplish this task? Hilary surprises all by displaying her new ‘Hilary Star Flash’ persona in an attempt to secure a spot on the team as a player. Her skills are lacking however, and she’s relegated to helping Mr. Dickenson, Grandpa and Mr. Tate prepare food for the group. But despite Hilary’s setback, Mariah, Julia and Matilda show the boys that the girls can indeed compete for one of the five player positions on the squad. Practice, battling and training is the order of the day as everyone vies for one of the coveted spots, which have yet be decided. As for the Beyblade situation, Kenny, Miguel and Emily succeed in utilizing data from past battles and leftover parts to create the revolutionary new Beyblade they’ve been seeking – Dragoon Metal Storm.|
|40||"Back to Basics"
"You Give Up?" (ギブアップか?)
|October 6, 2003||May 7, 2005|
|The good news is, the Hard Metal Beyblades are ready to go…the bad news: no one knows how to control them! Tyson, Daichi, Ray and Max each spend the day trying to learn the delicate new intricacies of the Hard Metal Beyblade, but the new blades seem to get the better of our heroes over and over again…some even wind up headfirst in the lake…No real progress is being made…It isn’t until the gang remembers what it was like when they first started Beyblading, including all the roadblocks that they once came across, that they realize the secret of reining in their new spinners…|
|41||"And Justice-Five For All"
"What Are You Planning?" (なんのつもりだ)
|October 13, 2003||May 14, 2005|
|Tyson, Max and Ray struggle to learn the "Hard Metal" system with the help of some of their friends from the World Championship tournament. They still need one more member for the team, and Rick, Lee and Michael have all volunteered to fill the remaining slot. But first they have to prove they can master the new system…which proves a lot tougher than they thought. Meanwhile, Hiro and Boris decide to hold a tournament to give some unknown Beyblader’s a chance to try and make the "Bega Bladers" team. Boris knows that they probably won’t be able to beat his Pro’s (Garland, Crusher, Ming Ming, Kai and Mystel… etc.) but Hiro wants to give everyone a fair shot, and Boris wants to see the mysterious Brooklyn in action. The tournament plays out as expected with the original BEGA pros all securing a spot on the team. Only one match left: Kai Vs. Brooklyn – with the final spot on the team hanging in the balance!|
|42||"When You Wish Upon A Star"
"It's Mr. X!" (ミスターXだ!)
|October 20, 2003||May 21, 2005|
|The Bega Bladers have one more Blader to pick for the BEGA 5 Justice Tournament and it's between the up and coming Brooklyn and Kai. As their elimination battle begins, Kai tried his best but failed to put even a scratch on Brooklyn and his beyblade. Brooklyn imitates Kai's every move even better than original, Brooklyn effortlessly knocked down kai and shattered dranzer to countless pieces. Kai realises that this time he is going up against someone completely out of his league. Brooklyn wins with no effort, much to Boris's liking and Kai is thrown out of BEGA. So the BEGA Blader’s team has been picked, now it's up to Tyson and his crew to pick a team. After much discussion about it, they all agree it should be up to Tyson to choose, but Tyson (even though he wants to pick Kai), doesn't say anything. The next day the tournament begins and our hero’s new team (now named the 'G Revolutions' by Mr. Dickenson) arrive at Bega Stadium. At first they present only four Blader’s, however, they finally reveal their fifth… they call him 'Mr. X' but it's really Grandpa in a mask. Now the first battle is about to begin and it pits Daichi against Ming Ming!|
|43||"Sing Ming Ming Sing!"
"Are You Ready?" (アーユーレディ?)
|October 27, 2003||May 28, 2005|
|It’s the start of "Justice 5" and Daichi is set to battle Ming Ming, the crowd favorite because of her cute demeanor and sensational singing voice. Daichi’s goal is to prove that Ming Ming doesn’t take Beyblading seriously and he vows to knock her out of the stadium early in the match. However, when Ming Ming gains the upper hand this makes Daichi very annoyed. Worst of all, Ming Ming has the nerve to break into song as if to mock Daichi. Even worse, her singing seems to make her Blading improve and she slams Strata Dragoon relentlessly. Kenny, a devoted fan of Ming Ming’s, realizes that it’s her voice that helps her concentrate on her blade and Tyson tells Daichi of her secret. Daichi uses his own voice to unleash the full power of Strata Dragoon but in the end Ming Ming proves to be the better blader and wins the match. Daichi is disappointed but being a good sportsman he congratulates Ming Ming. Tyson and the others realize that the Bega Bladers intend to fight fairly and they all vow to do their very best to win the next battle!|
|44||"Refuse to Lose"
"I'll Definitely Win!!" (絶対に勝つ!!)
|November 3, 2003||June 4, 2005|
|It’s the second match of the Justice Five Battle and Ray and Crusher are facing off against each other. With Ming Ming’s win against Daichi in the previous match, the BEGA League is already ahead by one so the pressure is on Ray to take the match. But Crusher is feeling the pressure too, not only for himself and his teammates but for his sister, Monica, who is undergoing surgery at the very same time. From the beginning, the battle is fierce with both Blader’s inflicting significant damage. But Ray quickly gains the upper hand and it looks like its game over. It is only once Crusher calls upon the spirit of his brave, little sister that he is filled with the courage and strength necessary to match Ray. But with so much at stake, which Blader will emerge victorious?|
|45||"Max to the Max"
|November 10, 2003||June 11, 2005|
|The first two matches of the ‘Justice 5’ tournament are complete, and things aren’t looking good for Tyson’s squad, G Revolutions. BEGA’s team is up two games to nil in the best-of-five series. If they lose another match, BEGA will be victorious and have complete control over the sport of Beyblading. This puts a lot of pressure on Max to win game three against Mystel. Tyson and the others argue whether Max’s signature defensive style will be enough to overcome Mystel’s unpredictable and overpowering attack. Max takes this as a sign that his teammates only think he can win if he changes the way he Beyblades altogether. His confidence shattered, Max isolates himself and does some soul-searching. He receives a morale boost from an unlikely source – Rick, his contentious PPB All Starz partner. Rick helps Max realize that his trademark style is what made him so successful as a Blader, and it would be foolish not to use it just because the odds are against him. Max never wanted to give up his defensive tactics in the first place, so Rick’s advice only strengthens his resolve to simply do what he does best. When the time comes for his battle against Mystel, Max uses his time-tested strategies. He’s quickly overwhelmed by Mystel’s wild, hard-hitting attack, and defeat seems eminent. But Draciel’s spectacular defense curtails the downward spiral, and the match ends in a draw. The stalemate result isn’t the victory that Max desired, but it successfully postpones any chance of losing the tournament for at least one more match. For the underdog G Revolutions team, momentum has finally turned in their favor.|
|46||"The Return of Kai"
"Tres Bien!" (トレビア〜ン!)
|November 17, 2003||June 18, 2005|
|With three rounds already played, the G Revolutions team finds themselves with an unimpressive record… two matches lost, and one ending in a draw. Tyson and the rest of the team are practicing furiously to guarantee a check in the win column for tomorrow’s big match. The bad news is, no one on the team has the same skill with the Hard Metal Beyblade as Tyson does… or at least that’s what he thinks, and he refuses to choose any of his teammates to Blade in the last round of the tournament, insisting instead to blade both rounds himself. As all of the others vie for the last spot, Kai’s frustration at his lack of control with his new Hard Metal Beyblade reaches an all-time high, combine that with his anger at what happened to Tala, and Kai’s mood is even less cheery than usual. It isn’t until he connects with an unlikely Blading opponent that he gains the technique he’s been seeking for so long…the real question is, will Tyson and the rest of the gang welcome Kai back after all they’ve been through in the past?|
|47||"Now You're Making Me Mad"
|November 24, 2003||June 25, 2005|
|It's the continuation of the Justice 5 Tournament with the BEGA Blader’s leading the battle with two wins and a tie. If G Revolutions lose the next battle, they're out and BEGA (led by the evil Boris) takes over the Beyblading Empire. The next battle is set to pit Tyson against Garland, but when the G Revolutions enter the stadium, they reveal their fifth team member- KAI!! Everyone is stunned, except for the BEGA Blader’s who see him only as a loser. Kai is out for revenge because a few days earlier he lost a battle to Brooklyn. So, wanting to save face, Kai calls out Brooklyn, who accepts his challenge. A massive battle ensues with Kai trying desperately to somehow attack his opponent, but nothing seems to work. And what's worse, Brooklyn seems to be copying Kai's every move. Kai becomes frustrated and realizes he must dig deep within himself to draw out more power. He does, however, it's making him weaker and weaker. The rest of the G Revolutions team wants him to quit. Kai refuses and in the end, he prepares for a final assault against his foe!|
|48||"The Beyblading Spirit"
"It's Love ...!" (愛だ…!)
|December 1, 2003||July 2, 2005|
|The battle of "Justice 5 Tournament" continues and Kai is clearly overwhelmed by the power of Brooklyn of the BEGA Bladers. Attack after attack sees Kai barely hanging on as he fights to stay in the match. Tyson and his team mates nervously watch, but vow to stay out of the battle because of a promise that Tyson made to Kai. Pleased with the progress of the battle and confident that Brooklyn will win, Boris watches from the sidelines with delight. Kai’s determination to win against these unbeatable odds begins to frustrate Brooklyn and he increases the intensity of his attacks. Suddenly, when it seems that Kai can’t take any more he manages to draw upon his Beyblading spirit and defeat Brooklyn. The crowd goes wild at this dramatic upset and Kai leaves the stadium only to collapse into Tyson’s arms, battered and bruised. Brooklyn remains in the stadium, stunned and confused after suffering the first defeat of his Beyblading career. Kai assures his concerned team mates that he is all right and tells Tyson that he should be more concerned with his upcoming battle against Garland. Tyson, as confident as ever, shrugs Kai’s advice off but secretly hopes he can summon the same amazing strength that his old friend showed in his battle. Kai walks unsteadily out of the stadium alone, collapses again, and then watches as Dranzer disintegrates in front of him.|
|49||"Principles of Victory"
|December 8, 2003||July 9, 2005|
|All of G Revolutions hopes now rest on Tyson’s match with Garland. Tyson is determined to make sure Kai’s brave victory over Brooklyn isn’t wasted. Garland is confident he will win. His family have been sports champions for centuries thanks to a book containing the Tzebult Principles of Victory. Those who follow the principles never lose! Tyson seeks the help of his friends to prepare, finding comfort and focus in their company. The match begins and Garland seems unbeatable due to the family principles. But Tyson isn’t satisfied… he wants to fight the real Garland, not a book of rules. Tyson convinces Garland to abandon the family code and Beybattle like a true Blader. But can he withstand the full force of Garland unleashed?|
|50||"Welcome to my Nightmare!"
"You Underdog!" (この負け犬が!)
|December 15, 2003||July 16, 2005|
|Brooklyn has gone a little loopy after his loss against Kai. And the loss means either BEGA or the G Revolutions need one more victory to win the Justice 5 Tournament. To determine a winner, one battle is left and it will pit Tyson going up against one of the BEGA Blader’s. But who will it be? Garland offers his services, but Hiro turns him down cold saying they need Brooklyn to fight this battle. Brooklyn's on the brink of a breakdown and now it's up to Hiro to get him back into fighting form. Meanwhile, Boris has taken matters into his own hands and dispatches Crusher and Ming Ming to knock Tyson out before he even has a chance to battle the BEGA Blader’s. Crusher and Ming Ming arrive and straight away challenge Tyson to a battle. Rick and Lee step in to protect Tyson. At first it appears Crusher and Ming Ming are going to go through with their attack, then stop when they realize Tyson isn't their enemy. Now the stage is set for the big showdown between Tyson and Brooklyn!|
"You Annoy Me!" (ウザいんだよっ!)
|December 22, 2003||July 23, 2005|
|The final match between the G Revolutions and the BEGA Bladers has arrived. Tyson prepares for the contest, unsure of whom he will ultimately face. It isn’t until he steps onto the stadium floor when he discovers that he will go face to face, against Brooklyn himself. Brooklyn shows off his incredible powers immediately, stunning both teams on either side of the Beystadium. After losing to Kai, Brooklyn's dark side took control and he became far more powerful than he already was before. But no one has any idea of the true extent of Brooklyn’s powers until he creates a wormhole and a whole new dimension! The freak out continues as Brooklyn destroys from huge buildings, ships, military helicopters! Tyson has never faced an opponent like this! He thinks "I have never felt like this in any battle before, Brooklyn is in a league of his own." Does Tyson stand a chance, or will BEGA continue its evil infection of the Beyblading community?|
|52||"Beybattle for the Ages"
"GO! Shoot!!" (GO!シュート!!)
|December 29, 2003||July 30, 2005|
|It’s mid-way through Tyson and Brooklyn’s final tie-breaking ‘Justice 5’ match which could give BEGA a stranglehold on the entire sport of Beyblading. Brooklyn’s thirst for revenge takes the form of an unearthly power. Not only has his Beyblade Zeus given Brooklyn sinister black wings with which to fly, it has generated a giant vortex in the sky that is wreaking havoc on the world. Buildings are crumbling everywhere. The entire world is being enveloped by the growing darkness. Only Tyson can stop Brooklyn before it’s too late. Summoning his own formidable power from Dragoon, Tyson flies into the sky to convince Brooklyn to cease the negative emotions that are causing the havoc. When reasoning fails, the pair continues their battle above the ever-crumbling city. The tide turns in Tyson’s favor when he is able to summon the spirits of his friends’ blades like Dranzer, Driger, Draceil, Strata Dragoon and Wolberg and merge them with Dragoon. By probing deeper into Brooklyn’s psyche, Tyson learns that his foe's anxiety stems from childhood isolation at being a genius so early in life. Tyson makes Brooklyn see that Beyblading is a pure sport to be enjoyed for one reason alone – the love of the game. Brooklyn calms down. The chaos ends. And the pair continues their match simply for enjoyment. With BEGA's HQ in shambles, the upstart league and its owner Boris are ruined. Mr. Dickenson’s BBA league restarts, but in a much more modest form. And kids everywhere – including Tyson and his friends - return to the simple, purest form of Beyblading. Then Tyson and Kai battle one last time.|