Helios MK2

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Helios MK2
Helios MK2 (toy).png
Anime
Attribute Pyrus Pyrus
Power 800 Gs

Variations Viper Helios
Cyborg Helios
Helios MK2
Turbine Helios
Orbit Helios
Maxus Helios
Maxus Helios MK2
Infinity Helios
Mutant Helios

Battle Gear Twin Destructor
Series
First appearance Spectra Rises
Voiced by Takashi Matsuyama (Japanese)
Ayumi Tsunematsu (FARBAS voice, Japanese)
Rob Tinkler (English)
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Don't think you're special just because you were given an Attribute Energy by the ancient!
—Helios' first words in Spectra Rises

Helios MK2 (Mark 2) (ヘリオスMKⅡ, Heriosu MK II?) is a cyborg Bakugan and Spectra Phantom's Guardian Bakugan. He unnaturally evolved from Cyborg Helios in the second arc of Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia in his and Spectra's attempts to make him into the ultimate Bakugan.

Sometime between New Vestroia and Bakugan: Mechtanium Surge, he evolved into Darkus Infinity Helios.

Information

Description

Helios was upgraded with new mechanical parts to try to make him the Ultimate Bakugan. As Drago noted, his evolution was not natural. In this new form, Helios is much stronger, with more highly advanced weapons. For example, he now has one fully mechanical rocket arm that detaches, and fires lasers and reveals a cannon on Helios' arm that shoots lasers too, but this feature can be only activated by activating the ability Dragon Pounce. Helios no longer has a spinning ring in his chest, it was replaced by a hidden chest laser that can be activated by the ability Ragnarok Cannon. His mechanical eye is now more advanced now, as it resembles a multi-celled lens instead of a camera lens. He also can combine with Fencer, Scraper, Spindle, Foxbat, Leefram, and Klawgor to form Maxus Helios MK2. He was later upgraded with fewer spikes and has human hands instead of claw hands. He can now be equipped with Twin Destructor and Zukanator. He hated Drago, but after losing his last battle to him he admits Drago is the Ultimate Bakugan.

Ball Form

In both the original and Battle Gear-compatible version, Helios MK2 opens up similarly to Aluze and its hidden chest laser in ball form can be seen. In this form, it more resembles Viper Helios.

Helios MK2's ball form first appears in the anime in its original version. Its arms, with three-fingered claws, are placed on the back. The Battle Gear-compatible version of Helios MK2's toy is simply a slightly modified version of the original, whereas after he gains the ability to use Battle Gear in the anime, his ball form completely changes, giving him side wings that open from the outside instead of the inside, opening arms, and different designs on the wings.

Helios MK2's ball form is later changed in the anime. Its wings fold down to allow Twin Destructor and Zukanator to attach to him. Its arms are placed at the side of the main body instead of on the back, with human-like hands instead of claw-shaped hands in original version. The structure of the wings and some details are also changed compared with original version. Whenever he stands after being rolled a ring of fire and magma appears around him.

Stats

Offensive Power 5/10

Phylactic Power 5/10

Occupation Force 7/10

Control Force 5/10

Stand Force 6/10

Anime

Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia

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In Helios MK2's debut, he battled Cross Dragonoid, Magma Wilda, and Minx Elfin. He managed to defeat the last two, but lost to Drago.[1] Helios MK2 and Drago later rematch for information on the Vexos Motherpalace was; in order to find it, Dan Kuso sought out Spectra, who was the only one who knew where it is. Drago won and Spectra upholds his end of bargain by taking them to the Motherpalace.[2]

There, he and Spectra helped Dan and Drago battle Zenoheld's Farbros and Hydron's Dryoid. At some point earlier, he received an upgrade to become Battle Gear-compatible. Even with Twin Destructor's aid, however, the two lost, though destroyed Farbros and heavily damaged Dryoid in the process.[3]

In spite of the Battle Brawlers' efforts, the Bakugan Termination System was activated, so Helios MK2 and Drago attempt to destroy it in New Vestroia. When neither of their attacks worked, Drago flew to the atmosphere with the BT System. The BT System was destroyed and Drago absorbed all the attribute energies, evolving into Helix Dragonoid. After the destruction of the BT System, Helios and Spectra left the Brawlers on New Vestroia.[4]

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With the Vexos out the way, Helios confronted Drago for one last battle.[5] Once again, Helios lost, and in his broken state, he accepted Drago as the ultimate Bakugan, abandoning his evil ways and permanently siding with the Bakugan Battle Brawlers Resistance. Later on, he and Spectra—now going by his original name, Keith Fermin—help Drago make his own Battle Gear: JetKor.

When Mylene Farrow and Shadow Prove track down the Resistance to their hiding spot, Spectra and Helios easily destroyed Shadow's MAC Spider by using the FARBAS RX Fusion Ability.[6] Since joining the Resistance, he has grown much calmer and has lost some of his callousness, as he helps Magma Wilda defeat Mylene's Macubass and saves Mira Fermin from getting blasted by Macubass. However he still remains serious and battle-focused, as he quickly tires of Runo and Julie's girlish antics. He later battles Zenoheld and his remade Farbros a second time. During the battle, he was able to damage Farbros, and, together with Rex Vulcan, held his ground against Assail Farbros, thus making him the second Bakugan (after Dryoid) to win against Farbros.[7]

When Zenoheld unleashes his Alternative Weapon System, Helios teams up with the other Brawlers' Bakugan to fight it. He also used his Twin Destructor briefly before replacing it with Zukanator, which was able to generate enough fire power to blow a hole through the Alternative's hull, allowing him and Wilda to invade it from the inside.[8] After the Alternative is destroyed, he bids farewell to Drago, saying that they would meet again and hoped they would still be on the same side. Together with the rest of the Vestals and their Bakugan, they return to their home planet.[9]

Ability Cards
  • Defuse Quasar: Returns the opponent's power level back to its base level and adds 300 Gs to Helios MK2.
  • Chaos Power Cannon: Subtracts 400 Gs from the opponent.
  • Chaos Boost Cannon (also known as Chaos Cannon in the dub): Transfers 400 Gs from the opponent to Helios MK2.
  • Dragon Pincer (Dragon Claw in the Japanese version; also known/mistranslated/mispronounced as Dragon Pounce/Dragon Pulse in the dub): Adds 600 Gs to Helios MK2.
  • Blackout Cannon: Subtracts 400 Gs from each opponent and adds 400 Gs to Helios MK2.
  • FARBAS EM: Repairs all damage done to Helios MK2's body and makes his power level equal to his opponent's.
  • Ragnarok Cannon (also known/mistranslated/mispronounced as Laguna Rock Cannon/Rang Rock Cannon/Quanar Cannon in the dub): Transfers 600 Gs from the opponent to Helios MK2.
  • Chaos Hyper Cannon: Nullifies the opponent's Gate Card and transfers 600 Gs from the opponent to Helios MK2.
  • Precipice Shield (Prominence Shield in the Japanese version): Nullifies the opponent's ability and transfers 200 Gs from the opponent to Helios MK2. Also it adds 200 Gs to every Bakugan on his team.
  • Hyper Electric Cannon: Transfers 500 Gs from the opponent to Helios MK2.
  • Pulsing Twister: Subtracts 500 Gs from the opponent.
  • Discharger: Transfers 300 Gs from the opponent to Helios MK2.
  • FARBAS RX: Nullifies the opponents Gate Card, returns both Helios MK2 and the opposing Bakugan to their base level and nullifies all the new opponent's abilities for a limited time.
  • Exceed Charger: Makes Helios MK2's power level equal to his opponent's.
  • FARBAS D2: Repairs all damage done from Helios MK2's body, nullifies all of the opponent's abilities and all those abilities that have been activated by its opponent, Helios MK2 becomes immune to all of them for a simple period of time.

Physical Game

Helios MK2 is exclusive to Japan. It was first released in Japan on October 8, 2010 in Pyrus in Entry Value Pack. It was later released in Pyrus (black as main color), Aquos, Ventus, and Darkus in Japanese Starter Pack: Evolution Kit 2 (BBT-07). These versions are all non-Battle Gear Compatible. Its G-Power in Pyrus in the BBT-04 Entry Value Pack, which has silver as its main color, is 540 Gs. The Darkus from the BBT-07 Special Evolution Pack C has 520 G.

As of January 8, 2011, a Battle Gear Compatible Version of Helios MK2 was released with the catalog number of CS-001. Its G-Powers are 520, 540, or 560 Helios MK2 (Battle Gear Compatible-anime version upgraded) is exclusive to Japan. The Battle Gear Compatible Version was reissued as a rare find in the BCV-1.5 booster packs.

Trivia

  • Unlike other mechanical Bakugan, Helios MK2 has only one weakness: FARBAS EM will not work against very powerful abilities like Helix Dragonoid's ability Galactic Dragon. Helios will automatically lose the battle because of his safety protocols. To counteract this, Helios removed his safety circuits in the second round of his final battle against Drago, so it is highly unlikely he still had that weakness.[5]
  • Darkus Helios MK2 is in Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders' Darkus color scheme that is black, green, and yellow.
  • Helios MK2 is the first non-Gundalian Invaders Bakugan that can connect with Bakugan Battle Gear and the only one who does not appear in the aforementioned season.
  • He is the only Bakugan to change ball form, even slightly, without going through an evolution.
    • This excludes BakuMutants, whose ball forms temporarily change when they mutate.
  • He has double-jointed legs like Contestir, Titanium Dragonoid, Aranaut, and Cross Dragonoid.
  • The molds for regular and Battle Gear compatible versions of Helios MK2 are basically identical. However, the Battle Gear version is missing the springs that keep its wings from instantly falling down. This can easily be seen by looking at the back of the closed marbles.

Etymology

The name Helios comes from Greek mythology, from a titan who personified the Sun.

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