Gone, Gone Bakugan
|Gone, Gone Bakugan|
|Season||Bakugan: New Vestroia|
|Previous||Dude, Where's My Bakugan?|
Gone, Gone Bakugan is the 18th episode of Bakugan: New Vestroia. It aired on September 5, 2009.
Dan with the help of Apollonir, brawls against Spectra but Drago is not himself anymore. Spectra has turned him into a corrupted black dragon - Hex Dragonoid. Dan tries to reach out to his friend, but Drago is unable to listen. Spectra uses the power of many Forbidden Cards to access Drago's Perfect Core abilities but it puts Drago's body under mounds of stress. The Ancient Warriors conclude that Drago should not have been able to access the Perfect Core power or change attributes while in his new body but the power of the evil Forbidden Cards allows him to do so. Things look bad for Apollonir as Drago seems unstoppable with all this power. Dan then notices that Drago is crying tears of suffering and that if he doesn't stop Spectra from giving Drago so much power, Drago could die. Apollonir believes that the only way to help Drago is to transform himself into pure energy and enter Drago's body to absorb the extra energy, however Apollonir will not be able to attack or defend himself. Also, Dan must throw Apollonir into Drago's chest, but if he misses, Drago's condition could worsen and Dan may end up killing Drago and New Vestroia may turn back into six separate worlds once again or worse, destroyed. Dan successfully launches Apollonir into Drago's chest and Drago falls defeated returning to his normal self. Dan and Drago are happily reunited, while Spectra does not seem that affected by the loss, and only insists that things will be different the next time they meet.
- Drago is revealed to have been corrupted by the Forbidden Cards.
- Apollonir turns himself into a spear, which Dan throws into the diamond on Drago's chest to free him from the Forbidden Cards' control.
- Dan regains possession of Drago.
- Vexos Dragonoid
- Neo Dragonoid
- Viper Helios
- Thunder Wilda
- Mega Nemus
- Lars Lion
- Wontu (Japanese Version)