Please follow one of the disambiguation links below or search to find the page you were looking for if it is not listed. Like his Battle Brawlers counterpart Dan Kuso, Dan can sometimes be overconfident and has shown that goes on his knees when he loses a battle. When he finds him, they begin to battle each other but are evenly matched. In The Ancient Elder, Dan found another Bakugan named Gillator. However, he tends to be impulsive and rash, which often leads him to trouble when his overconfidence gets the better of him. A while later, Stoica and Jesse appear to stop the Brawlers. Feeling sympathy for her, Dan challenges Jesse to a fight, but Ren tries to dissuade him. The battle is very fierce, as Betadron wants to destroy Drago because the original Dragonoid sent the Nonets to the Doom Dimension, while Gunz wants revenge on Dan for turning Reptak against him. In Chaos Control, he and Drago split up after the last one said he has to be alone for a while. In Interspace Under Siege, he and Drago returns to Bakugan Interspace alongside Spectra Phantom and Infinity Helios after sensing danger within the Interspace. Dan is a boy who really loves Bakugan and aspires to be the best brawler to ever live, which he achieves in the last episode of Bakugan Battle Brawlers. Later, they meet up with Preyas and Amazon at one of Drago's training grounds. His goggles are similar to those worn by the main protagonists of Digimon seasons 1-4 and 6-9. He is partnered with a Pyrus Dragonoid named Drago (who eventually evolved into Fusion Dragonoid). From The Bakugan Wiki. He wears this over a light blue sleeveless shirt. He is later present when Alice visits the team. He then defeats Marucho, Preyas, and Angelo/Diablo Preyas. He has brown hair in which he wears hexagonal shaped goggles. Dan is athletic, outgoing, inclusive and supportive— a natural leader, even though he doesn’t think of himself as one. 1 Anime 1.1 Bakugan Battle Brawlers 1.2 New Vestroia 1.3 Gundalian Invaders 1.4 Mechtanium Surge:Arc 1 1.5 Mechtanium Surge Arc 2 2 Other Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo to this gallery is the main protagonist in Bakugan Battle Planet. Finally, he battled Shun. Once at the park, Dan challenges Marco to a brawl, where Marco uses underhanded tactics against him, such as preventing his Bakugan from rolling over the initial BakuCore, or attacking Dan directly. He managed to defeat him with ease. The team takes down their prank videos, losing a large amount of views, but retaining the trust of Trox. Male Aim a camera at this kid, give him a task and he’s sure to deliver a “like”-worthy performance. They played baseball, but when Dan left Runo never caught his name. With the Vexos seemingly out of the way, Spectra challenges Dan to one last battle to see who is number one. Dan is a boy who really loves Bakugan and aspires to be the best brawler to ever live, which he achieves in the last episode of Bakugan Battle Brawlers. Dan activated Dragon Eternal Force to ensure they all made it through. The Bakugan break free, and Kravitz escapes. Seeing that Cyndeous is no longer fighting back, Dan calls the brawl over, much to Marco's dismay. Veronica Venegas approaches the Awesome Ones, asking if they could do a story about their Bakugan. However, Spectra acquires Drago when he used a Forbidden Ability Card to boost Helios' strength. Dan returns to headquarters and discusses the possibility that Gunz could be brainwashed. He was the #1 Brawler in Bakugan Interspace until he was disqualified in a brawl against Anubias. He meets Fabia's sister, Queen Serena, and allies with the Neathians. When they return to the HQ, Dan wonders what he'll use the remaining 10% for. In episode 5, he received a Trap Bakugan, Scorpion, from Mira. In Gunz Lives, Reptak tells Dan a story about Gunz. Ren escapes, followed by Marucho, who believes that Ren is innocent. Dan has a vision of Mag Mel and his plan to attack the capital of Gundalia. However, he tends to be impulsive and rash, which often leads him to trouble when his overconfidence gets the better of him.