|Season||Bakugan Battle Planet|
Dan attempts to focus to evolve Drago once again but continues to fail. Lia and Shun talk about Duran Dane and discuss if he told the truth about everything at the Dane mansion was set up by Benton Dusk. If they asked Benton, they probably wouldn’t get a straight answer. Shun then says they should keep quiet about this before now and they’ll work with Benton like usual until they learn more. Wynton comes to the park with a new device he built called the Core Cell Capturer, the device catches the energy of the Core Cell, so they can find the Core Cell. In order to get a Bakugan to evolve, it seems you have to draw the power of the Core Cell. If they find a spot where the energy feels strong, then their Bakugan can evolve. Wynton and Dan leave to search for an energy source to evolve their Bakugan.
Meanwhile, Col. Tripp still wants to capture Lupitheon, the AAAnimus grunts tell Tripp about an energy reading due to Wynton’s device setting off. Dan and Wynton find the location of the Core Cell, with Drago and Trox sensing the Maze. Dan and Wynton fight over the BakuCore so they can evolve their Bakugan when Pandoxx and Col. Tripp suddenly appear. Drago and Pandoxx clash while Dan and Wynton are distracted trying to evolve their Bakugan, but they are unsuccessful, Wynton then uses his device to draw the Core Cells energy, allowing the BakuCore to glow, Wynton throws a BakuCore to activate Ventus Evolution, evolving Trox into Hyper Trox. Wynton tells Hyper Trox to use Mega Impact, which easily finishes off Tripp, surprising him. After the battle, Dan wants to try the device, but it breaks, reverting Trox back to his standard form. Wynton gets disappointed and gets angry at Dan because he broke his device.
- Dan Kouzo
- Wynton Styles
- Lia Venegas
- Shun Kazami
- Col. Armstrong Tripp
- Benton Dusk (flashback)
- Duran Dane (flashback)
- Mr. Dane (flashback)
- Mrs. Dane (flashback)
- Dan Kouzo (Drago) and Wynton Styles (Trox) vs. Col. Armstrong Tripp (Pandoxx) = Dan and Wynton win
- Wynton hums the theme song for the original Bakugan series, specifically the part: Two worlds collide, on the inside.