The BEST Episodes of Beyblade

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Sep 17, 2020

Network: TV Tokyo

Beyblade is an anime series about a group of kids battling with highly powerful spinning tops enchanted with sacred Bit-Beasts or spirits of mythical ideaology. The show focuses on the battles between Beyblading teams as they compete to become the world champions.

I am the Champion!

#1 - I am the Champion!

Season 6 - Episode 17 - Aired Jul 24, 2011

It's the final round of the Sphere 360 competition. The A Block winners (Toby, Zeo, and Tsubasa) are joined with the B block winners (Jigsaw, King, and Masamune) to face off in the final battle royale. King and Masamune continue to fight over who will win but Jig Saw interjects claiming he'll best the both of them. Tsubasa also reminds them about Jigsaw's special move that ended the B Block round. Gingka, Yuki and Madoka are watching from the sidelines, keeping their eyes on Jig Saw whom they suspect may be a Legend Blader while cheering for their friends. Jigsaw uses the invisible move with his Forbidden Eonis when Zeo attempts to attack him. Tsubasa then uses a new special move that cancels out the waves created by Forbidden Eonis and becomes visible again. Jigsaw goes after Tsubasa but Zeo and Toby stops him with a combined special move. However, it is not enough to defeat Jigsaw. In turn, Jigsaw launches his powerful special move. King, Masamune and Tsubasa are able to protect their beys but Zeo and Toby are eliminated. Masamune goes after Jigsaw to avenge his friends' defeat but King cuts in and defeats Jigsaw which also inadvertently begins to crack the stadium support beams. This is when Gingka, Madoka, Yuki, Masamune and Tsubasa realize that Variares is spinning to the left. Yuki, Gingka and Madoka try to figure out more about this beyblade. It can spin either to the left or to the right and the group wonders whether there is some connection with bi-directional spinning beyblades and European beys like Gravity Destroyer and Variares. They also begin to suspect that King is the Legendary Blader and not Jig Saw whom they had previously thought might be one. King and Masamune continue to battle it out when Tsubasa joins in. Even with the joint attacks from Masamune and Tsubasa, King is still holding strong and loving every minute of the battle. Finally, Tsubasa launches his special move and King gets so pumped from the battle, his hair turns white as he execute

star 10.00
2 votes
Break the Iron Wall's Defense

#2 - Break the Iron Wall's Defense

Season 7 - Episode 12 - Aired Sep 9, 2012

Zero, Ren, Shinobu and Mal relax at Bull Burger after Zero's battle against Ren and Shinobu. Eating the favourite of his idol's, the triple-beef burger, Zero notices how his wrist starts hurting as he indulges to eat his burger. He realized he obtained it from the difficult and endearing match. Despite this he continues to eat with a full round of more food, shocking his friends. At the Bey Park, Akuya returns with his gang, back to wreck more havoc and intimidate new Bladers as he is ready to fight. Soon enough, Yoshio arrives there as well and introduces himself. Surprised by this new Blader, Akuya challenges Yoshio to a Beybattle in a test of might, after one of his gang members commented how Yoshio greatly resembles a "living golem". The two set up their Beybattle as they stand atop the platforms opposite of one another with the Zero-G Stadium set and ready for battling. As Akuya shows off his Archer Gargole, intending to scrape Yoshio with it, Yoshio in turn brings about Bandid Goreim. Interested in this Bey, they begin their match as Gargole clashes in combat with Goreim. After a few hits and misses, Akuya is shocked to discover that Goreim seems to be the ultimate Defense-Type, judging from its extreme ability to withstand even the most harsh attacks of the Attack-Type Gargole. Akuya feels intimated that he commands his five gang members to launch out their own beys and duke it out with Goreim as they protect Gargole. Though suited for the fight, they like Gargole, are still not a single match to withstand any of Goreim's solid iron wall of defense. One by one, each bey is knocked out of the Stadium until only Gargole is left, with Akuya in deep fear. A blader dashes off to the Bull Burger, announcing to everyone how Yoshio is very unbeatable, with nobody's beyblade able to stand a worthy opponent for Bandid Goreim. Zero and Co. are greatly concerned about this but decide to run off to the Bey Park so that Zero may finally meet is goal of defeating Yoshio. As

star 10.00
1 votes
Final Showdown!

#3 - Final Showdown!

Season 1 - Episode 51 - Aired Dec 24, 2001

It's the finals of the World Beyblading Championships in Moscow with Tala from the Demolition Boys and Tyson tied at one game a piece in the best of three finals. With the victory, the tide has turned in favor of Tala who warps the two warriors into a giant iceberg where there is no contact with the outside world. The second battle begins, and it takes little time for Tala to combine his multiple Bit Beasts into one and take the lead in the best of three finals. Meanwhile, the evil Voltaire looks on and begins celebrating the victory, which translates into his domination of the corporate world. With the lose, Tyson has fallen into a funk and sees no way of winning, when he suddenly realises the power to win is inside him. With a new outlook and positive thinking, Tyson's confidence translates into a more powerful Dragoon, which handily defeats Tala. With the win, all the stolen Bit Beasts are returned to their rightful owners and in the end, Tyson's friends gather around each wanting to take on the new World Champion Beyblader.

star 9.55
33 votes
Writers: Eun-Mi Lee, Kazuhiko Soma, Tatsuhiko Urahata, Tomoyasu Okubo
The Crimson Flash

#4 - The Crimson Flash

Season 6 - Episode 8 - Aired May 22, 2011

Chao Xin is taking a walk with his many fans. However, he hears a disruption near them. Chao abruptly leaves them and runs at the roof of houses to find out what the commotion is. He finds two expelled Beylin Bladers attempting to attack innocent boys. Just when Chao is about to launch his Bey to stop the two Bladers, another Bey is launched instead. It knocks out the two Bladers in a crimson red hue and returns to its owner. Chao finds a group of mysterious Bladers, all wearing robes. They have small grins on their faces and leave, prompting Chao to question what is going on. Meanwhile, Gingka and co are traveling on a quest to China. Gingka and friends received a message via webchat by Dashan Wang who tells them about a rumor. The rumor is that an anonymous Blader who keeps finding expelled Beylin Bladers and defeating them. They travel to Dashan's place judging on whether it is a Legend Blader or not. As they arrive, they have a reunion with Team Wang Hu Zhong, Dashan Wang, Mei Mei and Chi-yun Li, however Chao is not there at the moment. The team are amazed as the Bey while Kyoya does not think it is that impressive. Gingka and co see how after the tournament, Big Bang Bladers, Team Wang Hu Zhong have started to train monks in learning how to fight. Da Shan then tells them that the anonymous Blader might be participating in a tag-tournament just a few days away, called the "Gateway to Success". Gingka is very excited, and show them his Pegasus. Da Shan and the others are stunned, but Kyoya is not, and left with Benkei to practise for the competition. Gingka decides to have a little training as he launches Pegasus. Pegasus knocks out practice targets and finishes off in a success. Yuki decides to go out and try it with his Anubius but fails as he misses one target. He tries again but fails. Chi-yun said that he expected more from a Legendary Blader, but Dashan noticed that all the targets hit by Yuki was hit at the bullseye. Gingka and co congratulate him despite

star 9.50
2 votes
The Island of No Return

#5 - The Island of No Return

Season 2 - Episode 10 - Aired Mar 11, 2002

The Bladebreakers are trapped on a mysterious island and not sure how to get off, so they decide to split up. Hilary, Kai and Kenny head for the lighthouse where they hope to find a way to communicate with the outside world and call for help, while Tyson, Ray and Max accidentally find themselves at the site of their next battle. Kai’s gang faces difficult obstacles when their mysterious captor tries to dissuade them from reaching the lighthouse, and they barely escape in one piece. On the other side of the island, Tyson, Ray and Max are lead into a cave and right into a trap. They are challenged by Bat, a blader with the ability to see in the dark. Because Tyson’s ankle is sprained, Ray steps up to the plate. He almost loses Driger to his opponent… but Tyson’s quick thinking helps him win. By focusing on what he can hear instead of what he can’t see, Ray manages to target Bat’s Batranzer Beyblade and defeat him. Meanwhile, just as it looks like Hilary and gang have found a way to the lighthouse, a new blader challenges Kai to a battle…

star 9.00
2 votes
Bring Me Dranzer

#6 - Bring Me Dranzer

Season 2 - Episode 12 - Aired Mar 25, 2002

Tyson recuperates in the hospital after being rescued from the island where he fought Team Psykick. Away from school, Tyson discovers he really likes hospital life until Hilary shows up with all his homework assignments. Meanwhile Gideon, frustrated with his attempts to capture the BladeBreakers Bit Beasts, hatches a sinister new plan. He demands that Doctor B and his team create powerful Cyber Bit Beasts using the data they have gathered on the Blade Breakers. The only problem is their data is incomplete. They need to analyze Kai’s BeyBlade Dranzer to complete their plan. Across town the Saint Shields gather and plot their own strategy to get the BladeBreakers Bit Beasts. It all comes to a head when Dunga challenges Kai to a surprise battle while Gideon’s henchmen record the whole event.. Kai and Dunga’s battle ends in a draw but not before Doctor B and his team acquires the necessary data to create the Cyber Bit Beasts!

star 9.00
2 votes
Testing One, Two, Three

#7 - Testing One, Two, Three

Season 2 - Episode 13 - Aired Apr 1, 2002

Joseph of the Saint Shields infiltrates the Psykicks’ laboratory and discovers their latest, sinister plan. Gideon and Doctor B are using the data they collected on the Blade Breakers to create Cyber Bit-Beasts based on the ones our heroes use. But the Doctor’s first test ends in disaster; the Cyber Bit Beasts aren't quite ready yet. As for the BladeBreakers, they learn that the group who've been using invisible Bit Beasts against them - the Saint Shields - are all in the vicinity. With the Psykick’s still after them as well, the BladeBreakers hold a full-on practice to prepare themselves for all potential threats. During their session, Max is lured away by Mariam, who initiates a battle with him in the woods. When Ray comes looking for Max, he ends up encountering Joseph. Together, the four combatants have a rare, two-on-two beybattle that’s secretly being observed by the other Saint Shields, who are testing them for some unknown reason. The two-on-two match ends with Max and Ray losing decisively as a result of Mariam and Joseph’s heightened team play.

star 9.00
3 votes
Kronos, The Saturn God

#8 - Kronos, The Saturn God

Season 6 - Episode 12 - Aired Jun 19, 2011

The finals of the Gateway To Success tournament have arrived! Gingka and Yuki will be battling against the team of Aguma and Bao. This is their chance to find out if Bao or Aguma are Legendary Bladers. The Stadium rises, much to the shock of Gingka and Yuki as they see walls and barriers on the Stadium, giving it a maze-like appearance. This will hinder the Beys movement and possibly make them prone to ambush. The Bladers ready their Beys and launch them at full force. Yuki chooses to attack Bao's Bey, Hell Crown while Gingka decides to attack Aguma's Bey, Scythe Kronos. The Bey Forest Fist Team gain the upper hand against Gingka and Yuki; pushing them around and ramming them against the walls of the stadium. Gingka and Aguma even glow with their Legendary Blader aura. This makes it even harder to give a chance for Gingka and Yuki to fight back. Yuki won't let this happen and unleashing his Legendary Power, giving Anubius the boost is needs ram Hell Crown against rocks which trap Hell Crown. With this, it allows Yuki to join Gingka in defeating Aguma. Despite two against one, Aguma does not seem to mind and fights back. Big Bang Pegasus and Mercury Anubius keep striking and ramming Scythe Kronos that it might as well seem that Gingka and Yuki will win. This of course does not last very long as Hell Crown gets out of its trap and helps Scythe Kronos. Madoka notices via her computer that Scythe Kronos has flipped its PC Frame, possibly giving it a mode-change. Aguma unleashes his full potential and dodges the opposing Beys' attacks. Scythe Kronos unleashes a hurricane of rocks that fly everywhere and just then, Scythe Kronos' Beast appears striking at Pegasus' Beast. In one final clash, the three beys go flying as they stop spinning except for one, Scythe Kronos. This gives Aguma and Bao the win they need to win the Gateway To Success Tournament. Gingka and Yuki rise from their injuries and cannot believe the power Aguma contains with Scythe Kronos. The two teams star

star 9.00
2 votes
The New Striker is Complete!

#9 - The New Striker is Complete!

Season 6 - Episode 16 - Aired Jul 17, 2011

Before Block B's Match, Masamune clashes with King, who boasts that he will win the tournament. Furthermore, Jigsaw , a mysterious boy who despises the two of them, stirs things up between them. A battle royal which includes the three members of the Russian Team and Jack against them as so began. As all bladers launch their blades, Unicorno and Variares go directly head to head. However King then attacks the Russian Team as the Masamune's three friends team up to attack Jack (with a new look) and Evil Befall but Jack unleashes his special move Beafowl Ripper followed by his Upper Wing spin track attack and takes out one of them. Jack then moves on to attack Jigsaw and his blade, Forbidden Eonis ED145FB but his opponent blocks it with the ED145 track and attacks with a special move and Befall is knocked out. Variares then attacks Eonis but ED145 fails the attack. Masamune attacks too but the same thing happens. King unleashes Ares who attacks with his sword but Eonis dodges all those attacks. Blitz Unicorno then zips in between and switches to Assault Attack Mode and attacks Eonis but fails. King and Masamune then recklessly attack Eonis but it is useless against the ED145 track. The boy then uses a special technique that causes his bey to become invisible and attacks Masamune's friends. Madoka then analyzes Eonis and finds out how it is doing that by using mirages. King goes back to Unicorno and the two continue fighting while the Russian Team trash-talks/introduce themselves to Jigsaw who attacks Nowaguma. Dora then has Scorpio attack by first having a small tornado surrounding itself then turning into a giant boulder which shakes and vibrates the Sphere 360 stadium and cancels out Jigsaw's invisible technique. She wraps it up with a new Ultimate Attack that uses Escolpio's tail which spins and sends pink round sonic-like aura's to disable his technique and succeeds. King and Masamune are very impressed as Dora brags to Jigsaw. The boy is not agitated and decides t

star 9.00
2 votes
Assault! The Mysterious Blader

#10 - Assault! The Mysterious Blader

Season 7 - Episode 8 - Aired Jul 15, 2012

At the WBBA, Tsubasa tells Zero and co. that Zero-G stadiums are spreading around the world and wants them to demonstrate it to other bladers. They accept it and split up to different places to show how the Zero-G stadium works. Zero arrives at a different BeyPark and the bladers challenges him to a battle. Shinobu defeats a blader and the others are ready to challenge after watching to use the Zero-G stadium. Kite and Eight arrives at another BeyPark and battle each other to show the Zero-G stadium. They launch their beys and the bladers become amazed by the battle. Pirates Orojya attacks Guardian Revizer but it has no effect on it. Kite sends Revizer to the center of the stadium, but Eight has Orojya to stop it. A blader in the shadows launches his bey and knocks Orojya and Revizer out of the stadium. His bey returns to him and leaves. Ren arrives at BeyPark and finds Takanosuke there defeating a blader. He is training to defeat Zero and Shinobu. Ren decides to him battle again to demonstrate the Zero-G stadium. They launch their beys and Thief Phoenic spins around the stadium to attack Archer Gryph but is countered. Gryph attacks Phoneic but its spin track changes to counter the attack and pushes back Gryph. As both beys push each other back, a bey is launched into the stadium and attacks both of them. The blader appears and his bey, Dark Knight Dragoon, is spinning in left rotation shocking Ren and Takanosuke. It stops the Zero-G stadium and attacks Gryph and Phoneic defeating both of them. Dragooon returns to the blader and Takanosuke asks who he is. The blader tells them his name is Sayko Kuroyami.

star 9.00
1 votes
Getting Fired Up! The Finals

#11 - Getting Fired Up! The Finals

Season 7 - Episode 16 - Aired Nov 4, 2012

Coming up on stage are none other than the Top Eight, the top eight competitors of the tournament full of hype that is, Neo Battle Bladers. With Zero, Shinobu, Kite, Sakyo, Yoshio, Kira, Takanosuke and Captain Arrow making it front-and-centre to the audience's applause. Blader Gai announces these eight Bladers, expressing the complete strength and endeavors these persons had to make in order to make their way to the best. The mass audience cheers in delight and enthusiasm, as Mal, Madoka, and Benkei watch from the sidelines as they cheer on Zero and Shinobu. After the applaud and mood starts to calm down, Gai goes on to announce the first battle of the Best Eight, beginning with the Invincible Salamander, Shinobu against the golem-wielding, Yoshio. Each Blader makes their way to the Zero-G platforms, rising up to Zero-G Stadium and ready to fight face-to-face. Though not surprised of his opponent, Yoshio shows no fear in his current battle while Shinobu feels the same. Getting into launching stance, they Go Shoot! and the battle begins. Shinobi Saramanda facing off with Bandid Goreim. The Beyblades first reach contact in a single smack that ricochets both of them. Knowing no fear, the Invincible Salamander quickly offers some hits and smashes to the defendable Goreim, as the latter tries to keep up with every hit that comes in. Shinobu decides to follow this up with his special move, Infinite Fire Stream Assault, creating multiple copies of Shinobi Saramanda to in an attempt to fool Yoshio. Yoshio commands Bandid Goreim to go blow away all of the Saramanda copies. Yoshio believes he has won when Saramanda seems to be circling the stadium creating more and more copies trapping Goreim. Finally Shinobu calls a new special move, Soul Ring Assult, creating a burning ring around Goreim that closes in and sucker punches Goreim into the air giving Shinobu a win by stadium out. Blader Gai subsequently proceeds to announce the follow-up with Kite against the Dragon-Killer, Ki

star 9.00
1 votes
The Evil Island of Dr. B

#12 - The Evil Island of Dr. B

Season 2 - Episode 11 - Aired Mar 18, 2002

Our heroes are still trapped on a deserted island and are puppets of the evil Doctor B who's intent is to steal the Bladebreakers Bit Beasts. But he does make a deal with the kids that if each member of the Bladebreakers can defeat a member of Team Psykick, he'll release them. Only two haven't fought yet- Tyson and Kai. The first battle is between Kai and Figel that Kai wins handily. After the battle, Kenny, Kai and Hilary resume their quest to the lighthouse to get a clear satellite signal to get help from the outside. Finally they make contact, but not before they return to find Tyson in battle against another member of Team Psykick, Daryl. This battle won't be so easy to win, as Tyson has a swollen ankle from a previous accident. But Tyson is determined to take the victory and free everyone from the island. In the end, Tyson pulls off a win and Doctor B's laboratory is blown to bits by his computers overloading on him! After the dust settles, Mr. Dickenson and Grandpa arrive in a helicopter to rescue the kids!

star 8.50
2 votes
Last Battle of the Spirit

#13 - Last Battle of the Spirit

Season 5 - Episode 43 - Aired Jan 30, 2011

star 8.50
2 votes
Conclusion! Ginga VS Damian

#14 - Conclusion! Ginga VS Damian

Season 5 - Episode 44 - Aired Feb 6, 2011

star 8.50
2 votes
The Miraculous Spiral Force

#15 - The Miraculous Spiral Force

Season 5 - Episode 45 - Aired Feb 13, 2011

star 8.50
2 votes
Beybattle for the Ages

#16 - Beybattle for the Ages

Season 3 - Episode 52 - Aired Dec 29, 2003

It’s mid-way through Tyson and Brooklyn’s final tie-breaking ‘Justice 5’ match which could give BEGA a stranglehold on the entire sport of Beyblading. Having suffered his only previous defeat at the hands of Kai, Brooklyn’s thirst for revenge takes the form of an unearthly power. Not only has his Beyblade Zeus given Brooklyn sinister black wings with which to fly, it has generated a giant vortex in the sky that is wreaking havoc on the city. Buildings are crumbling everywhere. The entire world is being enveloped by the growing darkness. Only Tyson can stop Brooklyn before it’s too late. Summoning his own formidable power from Dragoon, Tyson flies into the sky to convince Brooklyn to cease the negative emotions that are causing the havoc. When reasoning fails, the pair continues their battle above the ever-crumbling city. The tide turns in Tyson’s favor when he is able to summon the spirits of his teammates’ blades and merge them with Dragoon, which evolves into the most powerful Beyblade ever. By probing deeper into Brooklyn’s psyche, Tyson learns that his foe's anxiety stems from childhood isolation at being a genius so early in life. Tyson makes Brooklyn see that Beyblading is a pure sport to be enjoyed for one reason alone – the love of the game. Brooklyn calms down. The chaos ends. And the pair continues their match simply for enjoyment. With BEGA's HQ in shambles, the upstart league and its owner Boris are ruined. Mr. Dickenson’s BBA league restarts, but in a much more modest form. And kids everywhere – including Tyson and his friends - return to the simple, purest form of Beyblading.Then Tyson and Kai battle one last time

star 8.00
4 votes
The Persistent Challenger

#17 - The Persistent Challenger

Season 5 - Episode 2 - Aired Apr 11, 2010

Masamune jumps incredibly high from the rock he had been standing onto and lands behind Gingka, Madoka, Kenta, Hyoma, and Hokuto. Doubting his credibility, the group of friends crouch to make a cocus about him. Masamune gets irritated and runs towards Gingka. Both of them begin to talk back to each other heatedly, and both end up wanting to battle the other. They go to a man-made hole in the ground that will serve as a stadium. Both launch and Gingka's Galaxy Pegasus quickly starts showing its untamed strength. At one point, it decides to go straight into the walls of the Beystadium, making big explosions of dirt. One of the rocks it destroys though lands back on its Face, making it immobile while still spinning. Masamune sees this opportunity to strike, however Galaxy Pegasus starts emitting blue light and seems to explode in a huge fireball. The rock on top of it disintegrates in the explosion and Galaxy Pegasus has enough time to nonchalantly hit Ray Striker backwards at full force, knocking it way out of the stadium. Masamune runs after it. After searching a lot, he finds it in a river, stuck to a surfacing rock, so he plunges into the water to get it. He is happy to have got his Beyblade back and he is still ready to fight Gingka again, but he soon notices that standing in the water has made his back cold. At the other location, Gingka grabs his new Beyblade in his hand, and he observes it silently while the others cheer for him. After a moment, he faces them and expresses his irritation at not being able to control Galaxy Pegasus at all. He won, however he felt no passion in his play, and therefore he is very upset by his performance and he knows he has to practice more with Pegasus all over again. At the train station, Hokuto and Hyoma stay behind, but they encourage Gingka by giving him wise words, also inviting him to come back whenever he wants. Unknown to them, Masamune is also in the train with them, eating some weird spicy orange sticks. At the basement

star 8.00
2 votes
The Hawk Has Landed

#18 - The Hawk Has Landed

Season 7 - Episode 6 - Aired Jun 17, 2012

Zero, Mal, Shinobu, Kite, and Eight enter a Beyblading park where a training session hosted by Benkei to strengthen their skills is about to begin. Ren however, interrupts them as she decides to join in it too. Benkei explains the session to everyone as Eight goes rambling about his opinion at the training, at hand. Benkei explains that Synchrom is forbidden, shocking everyone else, including Mal, who wanted to collect data on different combinations. The training unfolds with a battle between Shinobu and Ren. The battle seems very one-sided, with Shinobu putting in no effort and knocking Phoenic out quickly, thinking of how to create his own special move to contest with Zero. Zero trains his bey's reflexes by steering around the boulders and hitting the bulls-eye. Benkei realizes he is late for work and dashes off, with Kite losing all his stamina and collapsing, leaving a bucket to cover his face with water. Later, the gang travel to Benkei's burger shop when much to their surprise, they find a very busy day for them. Benkei asks that Zero, Mal and Ren help him for the evening and get a free meal afterwards. While preparing, Ren spots the key to the local BeyPark hanging up and quickly grabs it, being as discreet as possible in the process. After the work is done, Ren immediately leaves, puzzling Benkei, who thought she would at least stay and have a meal on the house. Zero expresses concern as she leaves. Shinobu begins training against a boulder, trying to increase his strength for a special move. However, Saramanda quickly spins out with barrage attacks, much to his dismay. Nonetheless, he continues his training with his goal in mind. Ren enters the BeyPark using her stolen key. After running onto the platform and launching, Ren begins training her Phoenic's speed around the stadium, taking joy in being able to practice alone in the Zero-G Stadium. A boy walks in and observes Ren, mistaking her for Zero. Ren becomes annoyed as the boy explains that he plans to c

star 8.00
1 votes
Run, Gingka!

#19 - Run, Gingka!

Season 4 - Episode 38 - Aired Dec 20, 2009

Everyone has gained 50000 points apart from Ginga who is only 3000 off. After learning of a nearby tournament, they all head there but are intercepted by Tsubasa. The others send Ginga on ahead whilst they distract Tsubasa, but this turns out to be what he wants. After Phoenix saved him, Tsubasa vowed to defeat Ryouga, but he was told to get to know Ginga's friends first. Kenta is willing to sacrifice everything for Ginga, but then the latter turns up, claim he couldn't leave his friends behind. Tsuabsa becomes confused, but then Phoenix appears...

star 7.67
3 votes
Clash! The Fireblaze vs The Pegasus

#20 - Clash! The Fireblaze vs The Pegasus

Season 4 - Episode 39 - Aired Dec 27, 2009

After Tsubasa is easily defeated by Phoenix, Ginga is also challenge. The rules are simple: if he wins he gets his lost points back, if he looses he is forced to quit beyblade. Everyone comes to show support for Ginga, even Kyouya. Fianlly Tsubasa understands what Phoenix had tried to tell him, and reveals his identity to the others.

star 7.67
3 votes
Cruising for a Bruising

#21 - Cruising for a Bruising

Season 1 - Episode 30 - Aired Jul 30, 2001

Travelling by boat across the Atlantic, the Bladebreakers must not only deal with Kenny's seasickness, but a gut-wrenching revelation. Tyson's on-board defeat at the hands of a mysterious foe - one wielding a Bit-Beast larger and stronger than any they've ever seen - exposes the team's vulnerability going into the Russian Tournament.

star 7.60
5 votes
Writers: Eun-Mi Lee, Kazuhiko Soma, Seishi Minakami, Tatsuhiko Urahata
Darkness at the End of the Tunnel...

#22 - Darkness at the End of the Tunnel...

Season 1 - Episode 32 - Aired Aug 13, 2001

After their train is mysteriously hijacked, the kids find themselves in the dark recesses of a tunnel. This is where the Bladebreakers meet a foursome of zombie-like ghouls, the Dark Bladers! The team are soon forced into a Beyblade match to rescue Kenny from the monsters' evil clutches! But Kenny's not the only prize in this dark match-up. For if the Bladebreakers lose, their Bit Beasts are up for grabs...

star 7.60
5 votes
Writers: Eun-Mi Lee, Kazuhiko Soma, Seishi Minakami, Tatsuhiko Urahata
Breaking the Ice

#23 - Breaking the Ice

Season 1 - Episode 45 - Aired Nov 12, 2001

Downtrodden and dejected, the Bladebreakers ask themselves over and over again: “Why would Kai betray us?” Soon enough, however, the boys get a chance to ask him themselves. Summoned by Kai to Beyblade on a frozen lake, the Bladebreakers must not only win to save their Bit Beasts, but must convince Kai that they will always be his teammates. Can they do it...?

star 7.50
4 votes
Writers: Eun-Mi Lee, Kazuhiko Soma, Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, Tatsuhiko Urahata
London Calling

#24 - London Calling

Season 1 - Episode 31 - Aired Aug 6, 2001

The kids are tricked into missing their boat, forcing them to spend the night in London where a mysterious videotape of Tyson's father is delivered to them. Later, Tyson's Beyblade is stolen and the kids are lured into a fight with the evil Cenotaph and his powerful Bit Beast, Sarcopholon. All seems lost until Kai defeats the mummy by using his own strengths against him. The team agree to travel by land, learning from every European Beyblader they can find.

star 7.40
5 votes
Writers: Eun-Mi Lee, Kazuhiko Soma, Tatsuhiko Urahata, Tomoyasu Okubo
Last Tangle in Paris

#25 - Last Tangle in Paris

Season 1 - Episode 33 - Aired Aug 20, 2001

As the Bladebreakers make their way to the World Championships in Russia, they are stuck in Paris where they end up wasting a day looking for Kai who had mysteriously disappeared. Tyson comes up with the idea of using the Eiffel Tower as a vantage point to speed up their search. Ray, Kenny, Tyson and Max make their way to the observation deck of the tower where they are again confronted by the Dark Bladers, who have vowed to steal the Bladebreakers Bit Beasts as part of their ultimate plan to capture all Bit Beasts in the world. A massive battle ensues but the odds are against our heroes. Finally, Kai shows up with his newly modified Dranzer and almost single-handedly wins the battle. The Dark Bladers fade away after their humiliating loss and just when you'd think it's over, a mysterious kid named Oliver shows up...

star 7.40
5 votes
Writers: Eun-Mi Lee, Kazuhiko Soma, Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, Tatsuhiko Urahata