Rubanoid

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Rubanoid
BK Rubanoid.png
Anime
Attribute Pyrus Pyrus

Battle Gear Destrakon Gear
Series
First appearance Revelation
Voiced by Andrew Jackson
Cry
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Rubanoid, Rubianoid (ルビアノイド, Rubianoido?) in the Japanese version, is a ruby-coated, dragon-like Bakugan. He plays a major role in Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders, where he was Sid Arkale's Guardian Bakugan before Sid's passing, and was entrusted to Ren Krawler until he became Linus Claude's new Guardian Bakugan after the death Neo Ziperator. His Battle Gear is Destrakon Gear.

He was a playable Bakugan in Bakugan Dimensions.

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Bakugan.com[edit]

Crimson armor protects Rubanoid effectively from attacks. He shoots red energy waves from his mouth and attacks by shooting hard blades fast and mercilessly.

Bakugan Dimensions[edit]

Rubanoid attacks by shooting his hard claws out fast and mercilessly, and his crimson armor protects him effectively from opponent's attacks.[1]

Anime[edit]

Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders[edit]

He first appeared being used Sid Arkale and was equipped with Destrakon Gear. He can talk, meaning that he is infact a real Bakugan, and not mechanical.[2]

He appeared again fighting alongside Contestir against Linehalt and Drago. He and Sid won while Zenet and Contestir lost (Zenet sacrificed Contestir to take out Drago's JetKor).[3]

He appeared again, fighting alongside Buz Hornix against Coredem and Akwimos. He and Sid lost, but they told the brawlers their secret, which was to stall time so that Ren could kick the brawlers out of Bakugan Interspace and not allow anyone from the outside of Bakugan Interspace to come in except the Gundalians and their brainwashed human army.[4]

He appeared to face Drago and lost when Drago evolved after merging with the Element, back in Gundalia after Emperor Barodius dismissed Sid, Rubanoid was furious saying that their loyalty and services demands respect, but was knocked out by Krakix and Kazarina said that she could use him in her experiments before transporting him. He was transported to her lab for experiments.[5]

Sid, Lena, Jesse, and Zenet were shown to not be dead but trapped in Kazarina's Lab. Sid and Rubanoid were the only ones to escape. He then battles alongside Ren and Linehalt against Dan and Drago. After losing, he was given to Ren before Sid was disposed of.[6]

He was used by Ren to battle against Aranaut after Linehalt lost. He lost too, even though he used Destrakon Gear's Level 2 Class ability.[7]

In the final events of Gundalian Invaders, Linus and him team up to help fight the Gundalians. When the Brawlers arrive, he says "A couple minutes earlier would've been helpful!"

In the Japanese version, he appeared in a special tank with Linus because he was badly damaged by Aranaut's Battle Crusher attack in Forgiveness.[8]

He decides to stay on Neathia as a Castle Knight along with Linus Claude.[9]

Ability Cards
  • Corundum Tusk: Adds 300 Gs to Rubanoid.
  • Joule Deeper: Adds 400 Gs to Rubanoid.
  • Mirage Field: Nullifies the opponent's ability and prevents them from activating new ones.
  • Crimson Defense: Nullifies the opponent's ability.
  • Scarlet Plate: Transfers 300 Gs from the opponent to Rubanoid.
  • Red Deeper: Subtracts 400 Gs from the opponent.

Physical Game[edit]

It seems to be a mixture of Hawktor and Ravenoid in ball form. In Bakugan form, it looks like a dragon made of jewels. After pressing down its wings, Battle Gear can be mounted on its back like other Gundalian Invaders Bakugan. It was released in every Attribute in Wave 3. It is in the BakuExo-Skin series due to his textureless skin.

Image G-Power Special Feature Notes
PTRubanoid540.jpg 540 Gs Japanese
PRubanoid750.jpg 750 Gs None
???.png 850 Gs None
???.png 900 Gs Part of BakuSuper G series, aviable in Europe
PTRubanoid950.jpg 950 Gs Part of BakuSuper G series, aviable in Europe

Image G-Power Special Feature Notes
ATRubanoid520.jpg 520 Gs None
ATRubanoid620.jpg 620 Gs None
ARubanoid770.png 770 Gs None
ARubanoid890.jpg 890 Gs None
???.png 900 Gs Part of BakuSuper G series, aviable in Europe

Image G-Power Special Feature Notes
SRubanoid800.jpg 800 Gs None
CRubanoid800.jpg 800 Gs None
SRubanoi800.jpg 800 Gs None

Image G-Power Special Feature Notes
HTRubanoid580.jpg 580 Gs None
HRubanoid630.jpg 630 Gs None
???.png 790 Gs None
HRubanoid800.jpg 800 Gs None
HRubanoid900.jpg 900 Gs Part of BakuSuper G series, aviable in Europe

Image G-Power Special Feature Notes
DTRubanoid650.jpg 650 Gs None
DTRubanoid750.jpg 750 Gs None
DRubanoid750.jpg 750 Gs None
DRubanoid790.jpg 790 Gs None
DTRubanoid850.jpg 850 Gs None
DRubanoid920.jpg 920 Gs Part of BakuSuper G series, aviable in Europe

Image G-Power Special Feature Notes
VTRubanoid630.jpg 630 Gs None
VRubanoid780.jpg 780 Gs None
VRubanoid900.jpg 900 Gs Part of BakuSuper G series, aviable in Europe

Trivia[edit]

  • Rubanoid is one of the two only non-Mechanical Bakugan illustrated with computer graphics. The other is Dragonoid Colossus.
  • In Bakugan Dimensions, he and Viper Helios had the same attack action.
  • Along with Aranaut, he is the only Bakugan to have three owners.
    • Coincidentally, both of their first brawlers are deceased and the second one gave it to a Castle Knight.

Etymology[edit]

The "Rub-" prefix of his name is derived from the Latin word rubeo, which means "to be red." (The word "ruby," present in his Japanese name, is derived from the same Latin word.) The suffix -oid means "to bear a likeness to."

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