Dragonoids are the most popular, powerful, and wide spread famous warriors ever existed in the history of bakugan. They come in over 30 variations, including ones out of existence such as Mock Dragonoid. He has the longest list of evolutions to ever be achieved, including ones that don’t exist in bakugan ball form such as Hex Dragonoind and Mock Dragonoid. The first ever released Dragonoid bakugan is Dragonoid himself (or Drago, nicknamed by the main character Dan). It led to many other creations such as Dharak Drago, Longfly, and a lot more.
So far, there are many unspecified species of Dragonoid. For example, Flare Drago is an original bakugan made in Japan (Part of the BakuTech series). The normal version has a white trimming, silver sides, and a blue diamond on the head. However, a rare color has a pure gold trimming with jet black markings on its head, a red outer coating, and a green diamond. It is a similar bakugan to Destroy Munikis, who is also a Japanese styled bakugan. It’s basically a remake of Dharak Drago. They are capable of exchanging parts, so having both makes them very valuable.
Dragonoid bakugan have had the center of attention for a long time, because there are so many types. The newest as of this writing are Battalix Dragonoid and Dragonoid Colossus which contains a transformation hub piece and other battle gear. They are currently sold for about $30-40 in stores and online, including ebay and Amazon. Because they are so popular, Drago became the bakugan to evolve the most, and was seen in all three bakugan seasons. Many people became aware that Dragonoid was becoming very powerful, and so they denied the fact that he was the best. But Dragonoid in fact is the most popular and it seems never go wrong to buy any of them.
Sky and Gaia Dragonoid
Sky & Gaia Dragonoid is a pair of bakugan made up of two bakugans. Only Gaia, the four-legged monster has magnet. The structure of the bakugan is fairly complex, but the game rules are fairly easy to understand.
Chance Dragonoid is one of the three dice thrower bakugans available today. It looks pretty close to the original form of Dragonoid but there is a dice shot out when opened. The dice has 6 different G power numbers printed so the G power is randomly chosen during games.
The latest evolution of Dragonoid is Blitz Dragonoid. It looks similar to Helix and Lumino Drago but with no tail designed. It was released in DoubleSrike series, therefore there is a button on the back that you can push to extend the arms forward. A Deka version of Blitz Dragonoid is also available.
Names of All Dragon Bakugan
Other drago will be added with details over the time. For now, here is a list of all the currently available Dragon bakugans, in random order (few have already been detailed in their own hub):
- Delta Dragonoid
- Ultimate Dragonoid
- Blitz Dragonoid
- Spin Dragonoid
- Infinity Dragonoid
- Iron Dragonoid
- Meta Dragonoid
- Neo Dragonoid
- Neo Dragonoid Vortex
- Neo Dragonoid (7 in 1 Maxus)
- Helix Dragonoid
- Lumino Dragonoid
- Quake Dragonoid
- Chance Dragonoid
- Dragonoid Colossus
- Ultimate Weapon 6 in 1
- Pyro Dragonoid
- Hyper Dragonoid
- Hyper Dragonoid Cyclone (Cyclone Dragonoid)
- Ultra Dragonoid
- Ultra Dragonoid Typhoon
- Turbine Dragonoid
- 7 in1 Maxus Dragonoid
- Cross Dragonoid
- Mock Dragonoid
- Maxus Cross Dragonoid
- Sky & Gaia Dragonoid
bakucollector on August 09, 2013:
Search for www.bakugan.com or free online bakugan games if you wanna play bakugan games.
Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) (author) from Boston, MA, USA on February 01, 2011:
You should check out another hub of mine: https://hubpages.com/hub/Dragonoid-Delta-Dragonoid... It is actually linked in this hub somewhere in the intro at the beginning. Because I've had that written separately, I kind of skipped it here with only a brief mention.
Marqaun on February 01, 2011:
what about dragonoid not whatever than dragonoid just regular dragonoid!
Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) (author) from Boston, MA, USA on January 08, 2011:
I'm hoping to write information for the rest of the dragonoid, so to complete the entire dragonoid family. If there are new dragonoid out, I'd try to add them to it.
Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) (author) from Boston, MA, USA on December 28, 2010:
Yeah, dragonoids stay forever:)
shadow963 on December 20, 2010:
sooooo beast i love dragonoids
Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) (author) from Boston, MA, USA on December 10, 2010:
Yes, indeed they are. I hope it stays the same always :)