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Life Force is a Battle System featured in Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia, Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders, and Bakugan: Mechtanium Surge.

Information[]

How it is shown[]

Life Force is shown as a meter of Life Points, similar to the Yu-Gi-Oh universe. They are shown on a Gauntlet or BakuMeter in the Bakugan series. They go down by the difference between your Bakugan's Gs, and the opponent's Bakugan's Gs.

How It Works[]

Normal Battle[]

The players only get 500 points in the Life Force. If the opponent's Power is higher than yours by more than 500 Gs, your Bakugan are taken, or if the opponent has Mechanical Bakugan, they are destroyed.

Tag Battle[]

Almost the same rules apply but in a Tag Battle there is one change: If your Bakugan and Partner's Bakugan Power Levels are combined and so are the opponent's. If one team's Power exceeds another's and their Bakugan get wiped out, each player takes half of the difference. For Example: In Earth Invaders (episode 34 of New Vestroia), Lync Volan, and Mylene Farrow's Bakugan combined power were 1500 Gs, where's Runo Misaki and Mira Fermin's combined Power Levels were 800. The combined difference is 700 Gs, but Runo and Mira are in a Tag Battle, so they both take half the difference, in this case 350 Gs, they both lose 350 points. This rule can also apply if by chance your opponent and their partners still each have their individual Bakugan standing and your partner has been wiped out and by chance if you beat both the Bakugan with their Power Levels combined, your opponent takes half the difference. Even if your opponent's power levels are separate the same, it counts as combined and half the damage.

Anime[]

This system was introduced in Bakugan: New Vestroia throughout every episode and is now used in Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders and Mechtanium Surge. When someone loses Life Force, a computer will say how much Life Force they have left.

System[]

Meter[]

This is the relation between bars of Life Force and percent left:

  • 5.00 bars = 100% life force
  • 4.75 bars = 95% life force
  • 4.50 bars = 90% life force
  • 4.25 bars = 85% life force
  • 4.00 bars = 80% life force
  • 3.75 bars = 75% life force
  • 3.50 bars = 70% life force
  • 3.25 bars = 65% life force
  • 3.00 bars = 60% life force
  • 2.75 bars = 55% life force
  • 2.50 bars = 50% life force
  • 2.25 bars = 45% life force
  • 2.00 bars = 40% life force
  • 1.75 bars = 35% life force
  • 1.50 bars = 30% life force
  • 1.25 bars = 25% life force
  • 1.00 bar = 20% life force
  • 0.75 bar = 15% life force
  • 0.50 bar = 10% life force
  • 0.25 bar = 05% life force
  • 0.00 bars = 00% life force

Trivia[]

  • Although, it is not shown, every 5 Gs is 1% life force.
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