Sabator is partners with Nurzak of the Twelve Orders but is now sided with the Brawlers. Sabator is a powerful fighter; he manipulates the energy of the ground and unleashes attacks from every direction. He spins the drills and saws on his body to charge at his opponent. Sabator is a bit of a wild one that enjoys taking risks.
In Final Fury, Sabator was seen with Dharak, Krakix, Strikeflier, Lumagrowl, and Lythirus battling and winning against the Castle Knights in a video that Professor Clay received from Fabia Sheen (although at the time, it was from an anonymous source).
In The Sacred Orb, he fought against the Battle Brawlers and Castle Knights to try and destroy the Second Security Shield. He beat many Neathian Bakugan with ease. He ended up battling Coredem and Nurzak realized Sabator was evenly matched in the battle. Later on, he was transported back to Gundalia by the Sacred Orb with the rest of the Twelve Orders.
Sabator later battled against Akwimos and Aranaut alongside Linehalt in The Secret of the Orb. But before they could finish their battle the Sacred Orb sent out a Dimensional Twister and he and Linehalt were forced to retreat or they would have been bounced around Dimensions.
In Divide and Conquer, he battled Dharak with Chompixx. He won the first round by using a Level 3 Class Battle Gear ability, but near the end of the battle, when Dharak used AirKor, he and Nurzak were transported to an unknown place between dimensions.
In Redemption, he battled against Lythirus and Lumagrowl alongside Aranaut. During Round 2 when Plitheon Phosphos and Contestir join their opponent's side, Lythirus tries to drown the group, but he grabs Nurzak hoping to rescue him, but when Nurzak goes to help Fabia he and Nurzak ended up being swept down the channel, and are presumed dead for a while.
In Code Eve he and Nurzak start his ship while Aranaut and Avior fight Gill and Krakix, before heading off to Neathia. He then battled Phantom Dharak, Strikeflier, Lythirus and other Gundalian Bakugan alongside Rubanoid, Phosphos, Blitz Dragonoid, Raptorix, Contestir, Akwimos, Hawktor, Coredem, Plitheon, Linehalt, Dragonoid Colossus Avior, Aranaut and other Neathian Bakugan. He later tried to battle Phantom Dharak but was defeated by Lythirus.
In Destiny Revealed he headed back to Gundalia along with Nurzak and Ren's Team to help form a new government.
- Ability Cards
- Brutecam Wilder (Japanese version: Brucam Wilder): Adds 500 Gs to Sabator.
- Destroy Horn: Subtracts 400 Gs from each opponent.
- Range Sonic (Break Sonic, Japanese version: Buster Sonic)
- Tough Rock: Nullifies the opponent's abilities for a short time.
- Darkus Matter: Transfers all the G-Power of a Darkus Bakugan to Sabator. (If Sabator absorbs too much, he'll be destroyed).
- Force Chaser (Japanese version: Power Chaser): Reflects the opponent's ability.
Sabator was released along with Lumino Dragonoid, Akwimos, Aranaut, Hakapoid, and Krakix in North America. In the combat set, Ventus and Subterra are seen with a Copper Chompixx, a Gold Chompixx and a Silver Vilantor Gear. Its Subterra version has 830 Gs in BakuBoosts and 650 Gs in the BakuTriads, 740 Gs in the combat set, and 800 Gs in BakuStealth. Its Aquos version has 630 Gs in BakuTriads. The Aquos and Pyrus versions are rare. Its Ventus version has 800 Gs and 770 Gs. It can be attached to Battle Gear by pulling its arms down and flattening its tail and legs backwards. It can evolve into Gren in the game.
- Sabator is based off the Minotaur, a Greek mythological creature with head of a bull and body of a man.
- His real form is considerably darker than his ball form, like most season 1 Subterra Bakugan.
- In Bakugan form he looks similar to Saurus.