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BK CD Monarus.jpg
Attribute Ventus Ventus
Attribute Variations Haos Haos
Power 330 Gs
Variations Monarus
Moonlit Monarus
First appearance Just For The Shun Of It

Monarus, Fairy (フェアリー, Fearī?) in the Japanese version, is a butterfly-like Bakugan.


Monarus is a Bakugan that resembles a butterfly. It is one of the fastest Bakugan thanks to its large wings and ultra light weight. It has the ability to fly beyond Gate Cards. Its enormous butterfly wings create a mighty hurricane wind to defeat opponents.

Bakugan Official Handbook[edit]

Don't let the pretty Monarus fool you. Just because this Bakugan resembles a butterfly with its beautiful wings doesn't mean it can't do real damage in a brawl.

Bakugan: Ultimate Handbook[edit]

This Bakugan looks like a beautiful butterfly, but don't be fooled by its good looks. When it flaps its wings, it can create a mighty hurricane wind to blow its opponents away! Lightweight Monarus is a super fast flyer, and it can soar right over a Gate card to escape its effects.


Bakugan Battle Brawlers[edit]

Shun uses a Ventus Monarus several times in the series; in its first appearance, Monarus fought and saved Drago from being sent to the Doom Dimension.[1] Later, it once again saves a Bakugan from being sent to the Doom Dimension, this time Gorem.[2] In Shun's battle against Komba, it defeats Harpus and El Condor with Blow Away.[3] Shun later uses it against Oberus' illusory young Shiori, but it was defeated by Bee Striker.[4]

When Runo decided to quit playing Bakugan, a Haos Monarus can be seen in her basket of Bakugan.[5]

A Ventus Monarus was seen with Harpus trying to fend off Tayghen.[6]

Ability Cards[edit]

  • Scarlet Twister (Crimson Twister): Monarus can move any Bakugan on the field to any Gate Card, but defeats Monarus if the Bakugan that was moved was about to being defeated by another Bakugan.
  • Air Battle: Monarus can fly beyond Gate Cards and nullifies the Gate Cards that it lands on. (Ventus)
  • Blow Away: Moves the opponent to another Gate Card. (Ventus)
  • Backdraft: Removes Monarus or the opponent Bakugan from the current brawl, making the battle a tie. (Ventus)

Physical Game[edit]


G-PowersThe listed G-Powers are what we know exist. "N/A" means we do not have any confirmation of a Bakugan existing, not necessarily that none exist. If you have a Bakugan that is not listed here and would like to add it, please upload an image of it and the G-Power for verification.
Pyrus.svg Pyrus 470 Gs (Pearl), 700 Gs
Aquos.svg Aquos 570 Gs
Subterra.svg Subterra N/A
Haos.svg Haos 590 Gs
Darkus.svg Darkus N/A
Ventus.svg Ventus 200 Gs (Japan), 380 Gs (Japan), 440 Gs (Pearl), 560 Gs, 640 Gs (Pearl)
Clear N/A

North America[edit]

Monarus was released in the BakuClear/BakuPearl series, in all Attributes, except Darkus and in Pearl as Pyrus, Ventus, and Subterra.


In Japan, its Ventus version in BCV-07 comes with 200 Gs or 380 Gs.

Trading Card Game[edit]

Image Card Name Card Type Card Series
BA216 GA SM earth wind fire.png
Earth, Wind & Fire Copper Gate Card 21/48b
BA252 GA monarus 09.png
Monarus Gold Gate Card 9/48c
BA321 AB mirage 30d.png
Mirage Red Ability Card 30/48d
BA388 AB 41 GBL.png
Solar Winds Green Ability Card 41/48e

Video Games[edit]

Bakugan Battle Brawlers[edit]

Monarus is available in Pyrus, Ventus, and Haos. Chan Lee and Dan use a Pyrus Monarus, Runo and Julio both have Haos Monarus, and Shun and Komba both have Ventus Monarus. Monarus starts with 300 Gs when purchased, making it the second strongest non-Partner Bakugan in the video game, the first being Laserman with 320 Gs.

Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Battle Trainer[edit]

Monarus is available in Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Battle Trainer. Ventus Monarus is unlocked after beating Arena 15.


  • Its name and appearance are based on the Monarch Butterfly.
  • There are a variety of things about Monarus that change, such as, the ovals on the back of its wings sometimes vanish, they are also sometimes diamond-shaped, also the yellow is sometimes close together, or spread out, its head is sometimes smaller, sometimes one of its eyes is bigger than the other, and a few other things.
  • In the DS version of the Video Game, a Pyrus Monarus is orange with red on the top screen, but it is red with orange on the touch screen, a Haos Monarus has a bit of an inverted color scheme and a Ventus Monarus appears normal, probably because it is Ventus in the anime.
  • In the anime, Ventus Monarus has red eyes, but while in the game, it has yellow eyes.
  • Monarus and Ravenoid are the only two minor Bakugan from season 1 that have an game exclusive evolution in season 2.
  • Monarus' rising battle cry in the Wii video game sounds like something Sirenoid might make.