Vexos Dragonoid

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Vexos Dragonoid
Vexos Dragonoid.JPG
Physical Game
Debut set BCV-02: Exploding! Brawlers (Bakugan Expansion Pack)
Attribute Pyrus Pyrus
Attribute Variations Subterra Subterra
Haos Haos
Darkus Darkus
Aquos Aquos
Ventus Ventus
Power 400-3100 Gs
Variations Dragonoid
Delta Dragonoid
Ultimate Dragonoid
Perfect Dragonoid
Neo Dragonoid
Vexos 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 Dude, Where's My Bakugan?
Voiced by Jason Deline (ENG)
Keiji Fujiwara (JP)

Vexos Dragonoid, Hex Dragonoid (HEXドラゴノイド, HEX Doragonoido?) in the Japanese version, is a momentary form/evolution of Drago after he was captured by Spectra and forced to tap into the Perfect Core as he did in his previous form, Perfect Dragonoid.


Bakugan: New Vestroia[edit]

He battled Viper Helios and Metalfencer alongside Scorpion. He lost even though he used a Perfect Core Ability and was taken by Spectra due to a Forbidden Ability Card that Spectra used on Viper Helios.[1]

After losing to Helios, Drago was corrupted due to the use of the Chaos Ability X card, gaining similar coloring to Helios. While being in this state, Drago lost his free will and was in full control of Spectra. This new form of Drago was known as Hex Dragonoid.

After Helios was defeated by Apollonir, Spectra decided to use Neo Dragonoid, willing to see the capabilities of the Perfect Core.[2]

During the battle with Apollonir, Spectra made Drago use multiple Forbidden Abilities, which called upon the attribute powers of the Perfect Core, which could have destroyed Drago's new body. Later in the episode, he is defeated by Apollonir via Dragon Proudia, absorbing extra energy from Drago and reverting effects of the Chaos Ability X, bringing his original colors back. Afterwards, Drago returned to Dan.[3]

Physical Game[edit]

Vexos Dragonoid was released as a Japanese-exclusive Bakugan in Expansion Packs. First, he was released in BCV-02: Exploding! Brawlers and then again in BCV-14: Bakugan Best Selection 1, alongside Viper Helios in its own Special Color Version (anime accurate coloring). It came with 560 Gs.