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Bakugan Explanation copied from Wikipedia...cuz I don't watch that show....Ha ha...Have you seen an episode? It REALLY didnt make any sense... It's like Beyblade and Yugi-Oh got it on to reproduce this show...

Don't be hatin', I just don't understand this.... And you know the Original kings of Shameless Sellout's wouldn't understand it either...

5 minute Doodle-Gotta go finish some Bday gifts and arttrades...


PS: for the, 10 years, I thought it was called "BYAKUGAN" lols... :iconhinataplz:
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Sigfriedofgaea Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Man, what a vague explanation...
azher00uzumzki Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013
pphhht ...bakugan beyblade -_- really stupid does those small things have that much power
TheImpossibleBoy Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Aha, the only reason I watched/played Bakugan was for the monsters.

Drawer-Y Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I feel ashamed I used to love Bakugan when I was 12-14. :XD:

But Season 1 was pretty epic. The character designs were cute, and the female characters didn't give "friendship speeches."
Alman001 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I think my brain just dieded from reading that explanation XO
DestinedOneofIce Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
I love this and it is so funny because it is all complicated if you don't know what you are doing.
WinxPossible Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist
I've seen the show and it'š not that bad. It's pretty simple when you get down to harder then Yu-Gi-Oh.
rozensouseiseki Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
ash' faceXD.
dualakatsuki Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2012
lovin ash's face thru out this XD
lindaofcc Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
You got that from the Wikipedia? This is what I got:
A strategic game called Bakugan was developed by Sega Toys and Spin Master and released in conjunction with the anime series, albeit beginning a year before the anime even started (2006). The game uses spherical, spring-loaded miniature figures, representing the Bakugan, which pop open when rolled onto special metal Gate cards. The objective of the game is to capture three Gate cards. You can change the rules of battle with ability cards. Battle is engaged when opposing Bakugan magnetically pop open on the same Gate card. Each Bakugan has an attack strength called "G-Power", which can be modified by the Gate card landed on, Ability cards from players' hands,special optional pieces called Traps and some Bakugan carry Battle Gear and bakunano. To win a Gate card, you need to use the gate card's G-power boost added to the G-Power score of your Bakugan. The Bakugan with the highest combined G-Power wins the battle and captures the Gate. Some bakugan are called Mechtogan. These are bakugan action figures, they do not fold up to a ball, but instead, you slap the card onto its back to show its secret functions and G-power. Your bakugan's G-power combine with the Mechtogan's G-power to make the total g-power, e.g.: bakugan g power; 600g, mechtogan g-power: 150g = 750g, so you will have 750g power. The game can also be played with up to four people. The rules remain the same as a regular game. Bakugan may also be played in Big game style where players use six Gate Cards, six Ability Cards and six Bakugan, instead of three of each as in a normal game. Instead of capturing three Gate Cards, a player must capture six to win the game.
This explanation makes more sense.
And really? A Beyblade an Yu-Gi-Oh love child? It's nothing like Beyblade!
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