Clayf is one of The Six Legendary Soldiers of Vestroia and is the strongest of all the six soldiers. It battles with a large, multi-pronged lochaber axe that also works as a shield. It absorbs any ability that is given to its opponents during battle.
Bakugan Official Handbook
One of the six legendary soldiers of Vestroia, Clayf is a Subterra Bakugan. Clayf is said to be the strongest of the six soldiers. This warrior has a rock-hard body made of clay.
Bakugan New Vestroia Handbook
Clayf is a towering stone giant and is the strongest of the legendary warriors. The big axe in his hand doubles as a shield. In battle, Clayf can absorb any abilities given to his opponents.
Bakugan Ultimate Handbook
This massive warrior is the strongest of the legendary soldiers. Clayf uses a long-staffed lochbar axe to pummel his opponents and shield itself from attacks. But that's not all Clayf can do. If an opponent gets an ability on the field, Clayf can absorb that ability!
He, alongside his comrades, appeared to the Brawlers in the Doom Dimension but disapproved of asking them for help. He used an imitation of Julie's elder sister, Daisy, who would always beat her at everything, to battle her in a fake, abandoned ghost town. Clayf eventually revealed his true form. Julie learned to not compare herself to her older sister and Gorem, her Guardian Bakugan, evolved into Hammer Gorem thus passing Clayf's test and defeating him.
- Atomic Brave: Clayf gains the same amount of G-Power as the opponent.
|Pyrus:||310 Gs (Pyrus/Subterra Dual Attribute), 390 Gs, 520 Gs, 570 Gs (Pyrus/Subterra Dual Attribute), 590 Gs|
|Aquos:||310 Gs, 650 Gs|
|Subterra:||440 Gs, 700 Gs|
Clayf was released as part of the BakuSwap Series. An Aquos version comes with 310 Gs or 650 Gs, a Pyrus version comes in 390, 520, or 590 Gs, and a Subterra version comes in 440 Gs or 700 Gs. Pyrus/Subterra Dual Attribute versions come in 310 Gs or 570 Gs.
Bakugan Battle Brawlers
While the Legendary Soldiers of Vestroia are mentioned by Naga in the game, Clayf is the only Legendary Soldier who doesn't appear on an Ability or Gate Card.
- Clayf is based on a Japanese clay figurine called a dogū, specifically a Shakōkidogū from the Jōmon period.