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Helix Dragonoid is the evolution of Cross Dragonoid and Dan Kuso's Guardian Bakugan in Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia and Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders.

InformationEdit

DescriptionEdit

Helix Dragonoid is a humanoid, dragon Bakugan that looks like a combination of Neo Dragonoid and Apollonir, with the only difference is that more red than orange than Apollonir. He still carries the Perfect Core in his chest. In this form Drago has only one set of wings, and a simple spear head his tail. It is unknown if he become a Maxus form just like Neo Dragonoid, and Cross Dragonoid, with the six Bakugan Traps that form Maxus Dragonoid. His main Battle Gear is JetKor. He looks very similar to Lumino Dragonoid in the metallic series.

AnimeEdit

Bakugan: New VestroiaEdit

Helix Dragonoid first appears after Drago carries the Bakugan Termination System into the atmosphere of New Vestroia, attempting to save the Bakugan that weren't going to have the time to be saved. When the BT system activated, Drago seemingly died, but he actually saw the Perfect Core inside of him; Wavern. Wavern told Drago not to give in to death, and then vanished. Drago awoke and absorbed all of the Attribute Energies and evolved into Helix Dragonoid.

Helix Dragonoid battles Helios MK2 and Twin Destructor. He wins, and Helios MK2 admits that Drago is the Ultimate Bakugan and falls down. Drago then helps Helios stand up, and Helios renounces his evil ways as Spectra reverts into Keith.

In episode 45, Drago gets his own Battle Gear, JetKor, thanks to Keith and Helios's help. He wasn't able to control the Battle Gear at first because his body rejected it. Later after facing Keith again Drago manage to conquer it.

In episodes 51-52, Drago teamed up with some of the Brawlers Bakugan in battle against Farbros and the Alternative Weapon again, and with the combined effeorts of himself, Master Ingram, Ancient Nemus, and Midnight Percival, they finally destroy the Alternative.

Bakugan: Gundalian InvadersEdit

In episode 1 he battled Linehalt in Bakugan Interspace but their power was to great so Marucho had to shutdown Bakugan Interspace.

In episode 2, he fought Rubanoid and Phosphos. He managed to survive every attack they even threw at him and wins.

In episode 3, he battles Aranaut and found out that he was the real Aranaut. He later defeats him in battle.

In episode 5, he battled Rubanoid and Contestir and lost due to Linehalt backing down and a two on one.

In episode 8, he battled Avior and Venoclaw with Hawktor's help and won.

In episode 9, he and Coredem battled Volt Elezoid and Ventus Longfly. Then a Ventus Ziperator and Darkus Ramdol.

In episode 12, he will evolve into Lumino Dragonoid because Neo Zipertor gave him The Element


Ability Cards
  • Dragon Hummer: Nullifies the opponent's ability
  • Firim Tornado: Nullifies the Gate Card, and tranfers 400 Gs from the opponent to Helix Dragonoid.
  • Galactic Dragon: Adds 500 Gs to Helix Dragonoid.
  • Helix Shield (Hyper Helix Shield): Helix Dragonoid gains the same amount of Gs as the opponent.
  • Burning Reflector: Nullifies the opponent's ability
  • Spinning Wall: Transfers 500 Gs from the opponent to Helix Dragonoid.
  • Dragon Phalanx: Nullifies the opponent's ability, and transfers 300 Gs from the opponent to Helix Dragonoid.
  • Strike Tornado: Subtracts 400 Gs from each opponent and adds 400 Gs to Helix Dragonoid.
Fusion Ability Cards
  • Power Glazer: Adds 500 Gs to Helix Dragonoid.
  • Dragon Impulse (Dragon Surge): Nullifies the opponent's ability and, adds 500 Gs to Helix Dragonoid.

Bakugan DimensionsEdit

  • Helix Dragonoid is shown on many Pyrus and Ventus abilities on BD. They often make him look twisted, evil, or desperate.
  • In the intro of a battle, the player on the right is throwing a Pyrus Helix Dragonoid.

GameEdit

Like Lumagrowl, Dharak, Avior, and Phosphos, Helix Dragonoid can combine with an array of Battle Gear. There is a metal cylinder inside Helix Dragonoid's back that can activate most Battle Gear when combined. In order to do this, you need to pull its wings back.

Its Pyrus version comes in five variations, with 600 Gs in BakuTriads Game Packs, 700 Gs in BakuBoost, 720 Gs Crimson and Pearl, 750 Gs in Combat Sets, and 800 Gs in BakuBoost. It doesn't come in Subterra. Its Haos version comes in three variations, with 630 Gs in BakuTriad, 710 Gs in Game Pack, and 780 Gs in BakuBox. Its Darkus version comes in only one variation, with 750 Gs in Aquos BakuTins. Its Aquos version comes in only one variation, with 620 Gs in BakuTriads. Its Ventus version comes in three variations, with 640 Gs in BakuTriads, 720 Gs in BakuBoosts, and 740 Gs in BakuCamo.

TriviaEdit

  • It is the only evolution of Drago introduced in New Vestroia that doesn't spin.
  • He, Dryoid, and Midnight Percival are currently the only Bakugan with more than one fusion ability.
  • Helix Dragonoid creates a fire tornado like Neo and Cross Dragonoid, but his body does not spins.
  • It Dryoid, Neo Dragonoid and Midnight Percival are the only Bakugan with more than two fusion abilities.
  • Kazarina's research said that a Bakugan on like Helix Dragonoid doesn't exist.
  • Dan used a Gate Card in episode 5 that changed Drago to Subterra for the first time without hurting him.
  • It is revealed that he might take naps in GI episode 6 but he might not because he had used it as an excuse.
  • Helix Dragonoid is the third non-Gundalian Invaders Bakugan to support Battle Gear after Helios MK2 and Aranaut.
  • The Helix Dragonoid Evil Twin Pack shows Lumino Dragonoid instead of Helix Dragonoid for some reason.
  • On Bakugan Dimensions, when you start a battle, the brawler on the left throws a Helix Dragonoid.

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