Destrakon Gear has a triple strike attack. The sharp pincers cut up an opponent's swords and then the arms wrap around them to nullify their abilities. The arms can split apart and attack from three different angles confusing the enemy. The body core is capable of ramming an opponent.
It is used yet again with Rubanoid in episode 8, but still did not win, even though the command card Ruby Storm enabled a Level 2 Battle Gear Ability.
- Ability Cards
- Destrakon Gear Brinel (Destrakon Gear Waveform): Adds 400 Gs to Destrakon Gear. (Level 1 class ability)
- Destrakon Gear Vickers: Transfers 400 Gs from the opponent to Destrakon Gear. (Requires Gate Card Ruby Storm) (Level 2 class ability)
It was released in late October. It is available in Deka and regular size. The Silver Deka version has 90 Gs. Regular, the Gold version has 90 Gs, the Copper version has 100 Gs and the Silver version has 110 Gs.
|Silver:||110 Gs, 90 Gs (Deka)|
- Darkus: Flip 3 coins. For each heads, lower your enemy's Gate Bonus to the next highest.
- Subterra: Flip 3 coins. Your Bakugan gets +50 G-Power for each heads.
In Japan, the Gold version in CS-009 has 180 Gs.
Ability Cards (Japanese)
- Gidora Gear (Red): Only the Battle Gear "Gidora Gear" may use this Ability Card. Use before you roll a Bakugan that can carry Battle Gear. If you succeed to stand your Bakugan, place the Battle Gear "Gidora Gear" on it. Add the Gear Bonus to the Bakugan's G-Power. You must take it off when you win a battle or get a double stand with that Bakugan.
- Gidora Gear Brinell (Green): Only the Battle Gear "Gidora Gear" may use this Ability Card. Play during a battle. If your Bakugan is equipped with GIDORA GEAR, you gain 200 G-Power.
- Destrakon Gear is similar to Orochi, a Japanese myth creature with eight heads, the eighth head being that of Rubanoid when combined.
- Destrakon Gear is also a good reminder of the Hydra, a giant sea snake with nine heads (even though the gear only has 7 heads)
- Equipped with Destrakon Gear, Rubanoid is the only Bakugan besides Exedra and Phosphos to have more than three heads.
- Destrakon Gear can also stand for 'destruction gear'.
- Its Japanese name is 'Gidora Gear', referring to King Ghidorah, Godzilla's greatest arch-enemy.
- The anime depicts the gear as being translucent to match Rubanoid, but it was never released in translucent in the physical game.