Perfect Dragonoid

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For the Heavy Metal variation of Dragonoid, see Infinity Dragonoid.
"You're right, Dan... an Ultimate Bakugan has no ability limits!"
—Infinity Dragonoid
Perfect Dragonoid
Infinity drago.jpg
Attribute Infinity Core
Attribute Variations Pyrus Pyrus
Subterra Subterra
Haos Haos
Darkus Darkus
Aquos Aquos
Ventus Ventus
Power 1000 Gs
Variations Dragonoid
Delta Dragonoid
Ultimate Dragonoid
Perfect Dragonoid
Neo Dragonoid
Infinity Dragonoid
Hyper Dragonoid
Pyro Dragonoid
Ultra Dragonoid
Spin Dragonoid
Neo Dragonoid Vortex
Ultra Dragonoid Typhoon
Turbine Dragonoid
Cyclone Dragonoid
Neo Dragonoid (7in1 Maxus)
Maxus Dragonoid
Cross Dragonoid
Maxus Cross Dragonoid
Helix Dragonoid
Lumino Dragonoid
Blitz Dragonoid
Sky & Gaia Dragonoid
Chance Dragonoid
Quake Dragonoid
Battalix Dragonoid
Dragonoid Colossus
Titanium Dragonoid
Fusion Dragonoid
Meta Dragonoid
Iron Dragonoid
Mercury Dragonoid
Commandix Dragonoid
Dragonoid Destroyer
Blast Dragonoid
Torpedor Dragonoid
First appearance The Final Brawl
Voiced by Jason Deline (ENG)
Keiji Fujiwara (JP)

Perfect Dragonoid (パフェクト・ドラゴノイド, Pafekuto Doragonoido?), Infinity Dragonoid (インフィニティ・ドラゴノイド, Infiniti Doragonoido?) before acquiring the Silent Core, is the third and the final evolution of Dragonoid in Bakugan Battle Brawlers.


Infinity Dragonoid is dragon-like Bakugan, very similar to Ultimate Dragonoid in its appearance. The only notable differences in its monster form are the diamond-shaped crystal on his chest and sun-like patterns replacing attribute symbols on its wings.


Bakugan Battle Brawlers[edit]

Infinity Dragonoid after absorbing the Silent Core

Ultimate Dragonoid uses the power of the Infinity Core that Wavern gave him to defeat Naga.[1]

He continues his battle against Silent Naga and ends up winning, thanks to the other Bakugan (Alpha Hydranoid, Blade Tigrerra, Hammer Gorem, Preyas, Storm Skyress, and Preyas II).[2]

After he absorbed both cores, Drago became complete by evolving into Perfect Dragonoid. After this, he said farewell to Dan and opens up a Dimension Tunnel to the core of Vestroia. He then returned both of the cores, creating New Vestroia and becoming the Perfect Core.

Infinity Dragonoid (spirit form after becoming the Perfect Core)
Ability Cards
  • Flame Strider: Nullifies the opponent's ability. (Haos)
  • Dive Fleet: (Aquos)
  • Fire Grandam: (Subterra)
  • Aero Dragon:  (Ventus)
  • Burning Dragonia: (Pyrus)
  • Lunatic Burst: (Darkus)
  • Infinity Demon: (Infinity Dragon in the Japanese Version, Infinity Core)

Fusion Ability Cards:

  • Dextra Attack: (Six Attributes)
  • Melting Burst: (Pyrus)

Physical Game[edit]

Presumably, either Ultimate or Perfect Dragonoid (which are barely different in ball form) was planned to release along with Silent Naga, but was cancelled due to end of Bakugan Battle Brawlers toyline and start of New Vestroia. During BakuGlow set, a toy called Infinity Dragonoid was released, but it was too different from its show counterpart, looking more like Leonidas.


  • He is the only Dragonoid from Season 1 that does not appear in a video game.
  • His Bakugan form looks almost the same as Ultimate Dragonoid but with small added colors and features.
    • There is virtually no difference between Ultimate Dragonoid's ball form and Infinity Dragonoid's, the only distinguishing features being the Perfect Core gem on his chest and sun-like pattern on his wings.
  • It is the only form of Drago that was able to use all six attributes (besides Neo Dragonoid, who was forced against his will).
  • He is the second Bakugan to have a spirit form, the first is Wavern.