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Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Battle Trainer is the second Bakugan video game, developed by Magic Pockets and published by Activision for the Nintendo DS in 2010. It is a mini-game based training simulator that has you train various Bakugan in order to make them stronger.


One month ago, a spaceship called the Dark Star has abducted most of the Earth's Bakugan. To make matters worse, Dan Kuso has forgotten all of that! In order to rescue the captive Bakugan, Dan Kuso will have to train himself and his Bakugan in order to beat the kidnappers, who call themselves the Regulars.

Near the finale, the Brawlers discovered that Professor Trecov is Vector, and he stole all Bakugan from Earth with his pals Aurock, Viper and Mantis. Vector reveals his plan to take the Silent Core and create the Ultimate Bakugan. After the final battle, he escaped while claiming revenge on Dan.

In the game's ending, Masquerade appears angered because of the Regulars' failure, revealing that they were working for Naga and the Doom Beings. Masquerade claimed to take down the Brawlers himself.

The game takes place between Bakugan Battle Brawlers episodes You Say You Want An Evolution and Behind the Mask of Masquerade.


Before every battle, Dan returns to the Caring Zone, where he can see what Bakugan he has in his possession. There, he can increase the Bakugan's mental power by keeping them in their attribute zone, collecting yellow discs that appear around the field, answering trivia questions, blowing on them, rubbing them, or bouncing them. He can also train his Bakugan by completing various mini-games; by doing so, he can increase their maximum G-Power and give them more skills (up to five).

Once you feel that your Bakugan are sufficiently trained, you can travel to the Dark Star to challenge one of the Regulars. Defeating them nets you a new Bakugan that you've rescued from their side.

Attribute Relations:
In battle, certain Attributes will be more powerful or weaker than another, which can turn the tide of battle. All calculations are done when the Bakugan are on the field, before picking skills.



  • When you get Ultimate Dragonoid it is actually a Pyrus Naga in ball form.
  • When you train Angelo on "Defense", it shows Preyas, not Angelo.
  • When you train Warius on "Defense", it shows a Pyrus Warius rather than the Darkus one in the game.
  • When training a Subterra Bakugan on "Attack", the hologram is a Pyrus Saurus not a Subterra Saurus.
  • When using the Pyrus Siege, the game uses Tentaclear's defeat sound effect for some reason.
  • The unused Serpenoid shows it being Pyrus instead of Subterra when in Bakugan form.
  • One question being "Which Battler did Dual Hydranoid not defeat," with the selectable options being Dan, Klaus or Billy. Dan is the supposed correct answer, but Dual Hydranoid did defeat Dan before when sending Drago to the doom dimension, so Billy should have been the correct answer.

Bakugan and How to Unlock Them[]







Max Power Level[]

Type Pyrus Subterra Haos Darkus Aquos Ventus
Name Ultimate Dragonoid Griffon Fortress Terrorclaw Siege Gargonoid Hammer Gorem Cycloid Manion Saurus Hynoid Preyas Angelo Blade Tigrerra Laserman Centipoid Warius Sringlash Fear Ripper Alpha Hydranoid Juggernoid Robotalion Reaper Sirenoid Storm Skypress Ravenoid Bee Striker Monarus Falconeer Harpus
Base 200 150 200 370 110 550 600 300 560 200 170 510 250 250 190 350 500 650 1100 130 860 610 80 260 850 340 400 550 150
LVL 2 ////// 230 ///// ///// ///// ///// ///// ///// ///// ///// ///// ///// 200
LVL 3 ///// 210 ///// ///// 300 260 ///// ///// 260 /////
LVL 4 ///// ///// ///// 400 ///// ///// /////
LVL 5 470 420 ///// ///// 470 500 410 ///// 410 390 ///// 410 ///// 450 400
LVL 6 560 560 ///// ///// 600 ///// 500 450 560 ///// ///// 510 500
LVL 7 610 ///// ///// 700 600 ///// ///// 550
LVL 8 760 700 ///// 800 780 700 ///// ///// 700
LVL 9 880 ///// ///// 800
LVL 10 920 ///// /////
LVL 11 ///// ///// 1000
LVL 12 1300 1250 1400 1200 1230


  • In the coding, there is an unused Subterra Serpenoid, along with a 3D model of its ball form.
  • There is an unused tic-tac-toe styled mini-game in the coding named Reveal the Portal Card.