Crash B-Daman

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Crash B-Daman
爆球Hit! クラッシュビーダマン
(Bakukyū Hit! Kurasshi Bīdaman)
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Sports
Manga
Written by Tomoya Kuratani
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Children
Magazine CoroCoro Comic
Original run January 2006March 2007
Volumes 3
Anime television series
Directed by Yoshiaki Okumura
Studio Nippon Animedia
Original network TV Tokyo
Original run January 9, 2006December 25, 2006
Episodes 50
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Crash B-Daman (爆球Hit! クラッシュビーダマン, Bakukyū Hit! Kurasshi Bīdaman?) is the third comic adaptation of the B-Daman toy, first serialized in the January 2006 issue of Coro Coro Comic. The television series started on January 9, 2006, replacing Battle B-Daman on TV Tokyo. It was the last television series of B-Daman until B-Daman Crossfire was announced on June 3, 2011.

Story[edit]

Hitto Tamaga living on his own after his father had gone missing. He receives his first Crash B-Daman, Magnum Ifit, a B-Daman that was made by his own father as his birthday present. Holding this message from his father in his heart, Hitto grew up as he meet many friends, rivals, and enemies along his journey. He also began to uncover the truth about his missing father.

The anime and manga follows a different storyline.

Characters[edit]

Hitto Tamaga (玉賀必人, Tamaga Hitto?)
Voiced by: Kahoru Sasajima
  • Uses Magnum Ifrit (power type); later Justice Ifrit (power type).

In the anime, he is a strong person that never gives up and willing to face any obstacles in life. His favorite phrase is "overcome the difficulties", a message which was left by his missing father. Though unskilled and can be a bit reckless at times, he owns a burning,passionate spirit when it comes to B-Daman battles. His favorite food is chilli dog. He receives a B-Daman on his birthday, which was made and sent by father himself. He is also wearing a hair-clip which belongs to his father. He loses the B-1 Crash Cup tournament in the final round, but won the World Crash Grandprix and the East VS West B-Battle Festival in Hell Island, as a part of the East village team. He also joins the national B-1 Crash Cup, but the tournament was cancelled due to Saionji Konzern's interruption. Around the end of the anime series, he became one of the Seven Legendary B-Ders and faces Saionji Konzern's War Weapon along with the Seven Legendary B-Ders, fought with Kyousuke Arasaki in a 1-vs-1 battle, and gains victory. He reunites with his father in the end of the anime series.

In the manga, he owns a strong eyesight. He always tries to help the villagers to find anything missing with his eyesight, but requires money as a reward. His favorite food is grilled onigiri. On his birthday, his father made and gift him a B-Daman and got kidnapped when Hitto wasn't at home. To save his father, he entered the tournament held by Evil Gods organization, and discovers that he is the true successor of Evil Gods organization and possess the Evil Gods crest around his arms, legs and forehead. He defeated Shō in the end and reunites with his father the others after the Evil Gods castle was collapsed.

Kodoh Kuraki (蔵木コドウ, Kuraki Kodō?)
Voiced by: Urara Takano
  • Uses Rave Pegasus (right spin power type) and Shade Wyvern (left spin rush type); later Shining Pegasus (balance/power type) and Reflect Wyvern (control/rush type), which combine into Eclipse Dragon (perfect type)

In the anime, he is one of the Four Kings in Saionji Konzern's Dark Lizards. He loves beautiful things and have a deep hatred for things that are "not beautiful". A very strong B-Der himself, but he is the type that rather be alone instead of making friends. His personality is also very cold, but he can be a bit nice at times when he's helping Hitto, but he never admits his generosity. He won the B-1 Crash Cup tournament, but surprises the audiences by shooting the trophy after receiving it. In the Crash World Grandprix, he enters the semi-finals and fought Hitto, but he surrender himself in the end, without entering the finals. Later in the story, he started to rebel against Saionji Konzern, and helped Hitto to save his father. It is revealed that he is one of the Seven Legendary B-Ders, which surprised the others.

In the manga, he is an assassin and one of the eight successors of the Evil Gods organization. Unlike the anime, he is 13 years old. Have an Evil Gods crest on his upper left arm. He often interrupts Kyousuke when Teruma gets bullied, and this shows that Kodoh actually have a soft side despite being an assassin. He was an orphan ever since he was younger, and often felt lonely, but in the end, he was adopted by Tycoon Shō and was trained to become an assassin. He has the same past in the anime, but he was adopted by two agents from Saionji Konzern instead and became a part of Dark Lizards. After the castle of Evil Gods organization was collapsed to the sea, Kodoh lives with Hitto along with Teruma and Hitto's father.

Nana Sendo (仙堂ナナ, Sendō Nana?)
Voiced by: Akemi Kanda
  • Uses a custom pink-colored generic B-Daman.

An original anime character that only appears in the anime adaptations, replacing her manga counterpart Mamoru Matoba. A daughter of Hitto's landlord, and also Hitto's cousin.

Often seen with Hitto and owns a pretty bossy personality. She doesn't have much interest in B-Dabattles even though she does own a custom B-Daman, so she never participated in any tournaments except for the East VS West B-Battle Festival in Hell Island, as a part of the East village team. She is also bad at shooting and aiming in B-Daman. She have a strange style of twintails, with a long hair at the right side and short hair at the left side. Ever since she was younger, she loves listening to her grandfather reading a storybook titled "The Seven Legendary B-Ders", and after knowing from Hitto's father that the Seven Legendary B-Ders exists, she always tries to find or guess who is the next Seven Legendary B-Ders, which turns to be Hitto and his friends. Though she was a bit disappointed that she wasn't one of them.

Konta Tsukino (月野コン太, Tsukino Konta?)
Voiced by: Misato Fukuen
  • Uses Blitz Garuda (rush type); later Mach Garuda (rush type).

In the anime, he claims himself as a "B-Daman Hunter", a B-Der that hunts for strong B-Ders to fought with. He is a calm person that never rushes at all when B-dabattling. Calls Hitto as a "gacha-gacha" (「ガチャガチャ」, roughly means "clatter"), though not many people understand the meaning of what he's trying to imply. He often gets tired of Hitto's reckless personality. He is afraid of dogs, high places and his 3 older sisters. He was in the semi-finals of B-1 Crash Cup and World Crash Grandprix, but was defeated by Kodoh in the B-1 Crash Cup, and Daizo in the World Crash Grandprix and thus, he was unable to enter the finals. He also entered the East VS West B-Battle Festival in Hell Island, as a part of the East village team and the national B-1 Crash Cup which was cancelled due to Saionji Konzern's interruptions. He has always been with Hitto together to defeat the War Weapon created by Saionji Konzern. He is also one of the Seven Legendary B-Ders.

In the manga, he is the leader of a gang named "BLOODIES" and challenges Hitto while Hitto and Mamoru was trapped by the other member of BLOODIES. He owns a mischievous and unpredictable personality which differs from the anime adaptions'. Sometimes wear a cap on his head. His hobby is strolling around the moonlit night.

Jubee Sanada (真田銃兵衛, Sanada Jūbee?)
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama, Sachi Matsumoto (young)
  • Uses Bal Tauros (control type); later Assault Tauros (control type).

In the anime, he fought B-Dabattles in an honorable manner and a fair way. Fights in his own pace and is very good at aiming. His biggest weakness was he can easily panic and can't swim. Was in the semi-finals of B-1 Crash Cup, but loses to Hitto. He participated in the World Crash Grandprix along with the others but he had to drop himself out of the tournament due to injuries. He also entered the East VS West B-Battle Festival in Hell Island, as a part of the East village team and the national B-1 Crash Cup which was cancelled due to Saionji Konzern's interruptions. One of the Seven Legendary B-Ders. Also fought alongside Hitto until the end to defeat Saionji Konzern's War Weapon.

In the manga, he was a good friend of Konta, and was amazed by Hitto's Magnum Ifrit. He became friends with Hitto after they fought in a B-Dabattle and sometimes become Hitto's training coach. His hairstyle in the manga differs from the anime. According to a post from the manga-ka's blog, Kuratani Tomoya, his name is a reference to Yagyu Jubei Mitsuyoshi and Yukimura Sanada.[1]

Karashu (カラッシュ, Karashū?)
Voiced by: Yoshiro Matsumoto

Jubee's pet crow. Like a dog, he can detect a person's location by their smell. His name seems to be a play on the Japanese pronunciation of the word "Crash" and the Japanese word for crow, "Karasu".

Teruma Kamioka (神岡テルマ, Kamioka Teruma?)
Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya (eps 4-34, 50), Kenji Nojima (eps 38-47)
  • Uses Sturm Griffon (balance [of power/rush] type).

In the anime, he may seem like a kind-hearted and gentle teenager who takes cares of the children in the orphanage, but since he has a split personality, he can change his personality into an evil person who is trying to steal B-Damans, along with an evil laughter, known as "Devil B-Der". His split personality is often called the "angel" side and the "devil" side. He is often change personality when he is B-Dabattling or when his "angel" side got nauseous when riding boats. It was revealed that his real personality is his "angel" side. He was disqualified in the first round in B-1 Crash Cup because of his "devil" side cheating when battling with Jubee. In the World Crash Grandprix, he was defeated by Joe in the first round. Also participated in the East VS West B-Battle Festival in Hell Island, but as a part of the West village team instead. He didn't participate in the national B-1 Crash Cup, but appeared for a while around the tournament battling with Kodoh. After gained his true heart, he was the last to join Hitto as the Seven Legendary B-Ders to destroy the War Weapon by Saionji Konzern, and this surprises Nana a lot.

In the manga, he doesn't have any split personality unlike the anime. He is a very gentle and nice person, and he was Hitto's house helper and "student". Calls Hitto as his "master", but Hitto dislikes it. He is one of the members Evil Gods organization with an Evil Gods crest behind his neck and often got bullied by Kyousuke, which results to countless wounds on his body. He betrayed and left the Evil Gods organization after he didn't want to steal Hitto's Magnum Ifrit, even though Kodoh ordered him to. He lives with Hitto, Hitto's father and Kodoh after the Evil Gods organization's castle was collapsed to the sea.

Daizō Oka (岡大蔵, Oka Daizō?)
Voiced by: Eiji Takemoto

Anime-only character. One of the Four Kings in Saionji Konzern's Dark Lizards. A hot-blooded B-Der who prefers destroying things with his B-Daman rather than uses it in battles, yet he still fought battles in an honor. It is implied that he died falling from the Crash Tower after his final battle with Hitto during the final round of World Crash Grandprix.

Hanpei Takeichi (竹市伴平, Takeichi Hanpei?)
Voiced by: Sayaka Aida
  • Uses Iron Odin (control type)

Anime-only character. One of the Four Kings in Saionji Konzern's Dark Lizards. In order to persuade Hitto to join Dark Lizard, he pretended to be a big fan of him. Despite his physical body and innocent looks, he is actually quite strong and haughty, and succeeded in his plans of kidnapping Prof. Tamaga and Prof. Trigger. At the quarter-final of World Crash Grand Prix, he won against his match with Darami but was fell off the cliff along with Darami, and later saved by Darami's maids.

Princess Darami (プリンセス・ダラミ?)
Voiced by: Saori Yumiba
  • Uses a custom Valkyrie-themed B-Daman.

Anime-only character. The fourth Four King in Saionji Konzern's Dark Lizards. A rich woman who's always accompanied by her two maids. She is the only custom B-Daman user (which was made by Prof. Trigger, as ordered by Darami herself) among the Four Kings. Most of her battles consists her battling against Teruma. At the quarter-final of World Crash Grand Prix, she lost against her match with Hanpei but she later clings onto Hanpei on the battle arena, making both of them fell off the cliff, but later saved by Darami's maids.

Joe Fukairi (深入ジョー, Fukairi Jō?)
Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano
  • Uses a customized Iron Odin (control type)

Only appears in the anime adaptation. Is a fatalist, a person that have a huge beliefs in fates and often says the phrase "this is also fate". He joined the World Crash Grandprix and defeated Teruma in the first round, but he end up being injured and have to drop himself from the tournament. He fell in love at first sight with a nurse named Maria (Voiced by: Aya Sawano) when he was being treated for his injuries. He reunites with Hitto before the national B-1 Crash Cup starts, and proposes to Maria. He participated the cancelled national B-1 Crash Cup. After that, as one of the Seven Legendary B-Ders, he joins Hitto and the others to destroy the War Weapon by Saionji Konzern.

Kaito Namihira (波平海人, Namihira Kaito?)
Voiced by: Mayumi Asano
  • Uses a customized Evil Levioth (rush type)

Another character who only appears in the anime adaptation. He calls Hitto as "the friend of the sea". His father is a fisherman. He joins the B-1 Crash Cup but loses to Hitto in the 2nd round. Later, he also joined the national B-1 Crash Cup, which was cancelled. He is another Seven Legendary B-Ders that joins Hitto to destroy the War Weapon by Saionji Konzern.

Kōtarō Tamaga (玉賀光太郎, Tamaga Kōtarō?)
Voiced by: Shuma Shiratori

Hitto's father. A B-Daman researcher known as "Professor Tamaga". In the anime, after he read an old book that he found somewhere, he suddenly went missing without any sign the next day. He sent a box with Magnum Ifrit inside it for Hitto's birthday, along with a letter that ends with the phrase "overcome the difficulites". He later send another letter in the middle of the serires, and the letter made Hitto started on his journey. After Hitto found him, he gave a new B-Daman to Hitto and went missing again. He appears again and gave a new B-daman to Konta, but later, he was kidnapped by Dark Lizards and told Jubee to find his new B-Daman in the north. He was saved by Kodoh later, but in order to save Kodoh, he surrenders himself to the Saionji Konzern and gave new B-Damans to Kodoh. He and Prof. Trigger was forced by Saionji Konzern to create a strong B-Daman to destroy the world. In the end, he escaped along with Prof. Trigger from Saionji Konzern and reunites with Hitto.

In the manga, he spends his money for his B-Daman researches. He made and gifted Magnum Ifrit to Hitto, and when Hitto wasn't at home, his house got destroyed and he got kidnapped by the Evil Gods organization. He was seen in the jail of Evil Gods organization's castle. He was bombed and killed by Tycoon Shō when Hitto was battling with Kyousuke. The truth revealed, the one that was in jail and got "killed" wasn't Kōtarō, but it was a doll that was made to look like him. He actually escaped himself from being kidnapped by the Evil Gods organization. It was revealed that he is not Hitto's actual father, but rather, his uncle who pretends to be his father. He is actually the older brother of Hitto's real mother. In the end, he helps Hitto and the others to escape the collapsing Evil God Organization's castle and lives a normal life with Hitto, Kodoh and Teruma.

Kyousuke Arasaki (荒崎キョウスケ, Arasaki Kyōsuke?)
Voiced by: Kousuke Toriumi, Rika Morinaga (younger)
  • Uses Omega Bahamut (revolver type) and Alpha Bahamut (rush type); which combine into Ultimate Bahamut (perfect revolver type)

In the anime, he is the secretary of Saionji Konzern. He is the second character in the anime to uses two B-Damans at once with Kodoh being the first. He first obtained his Omega Bahamut in episode 40, and later, his Alpha Bahamut in episode 43. His past shows that his father held a grudge against Saionji Konzern for being thrown away. His father told him to never trust in anyone and wants to rule the world, but died in the end with Kyousuke burying his father's own grave. For his father's sake, he works with Saionji Konzern and betrays them in the later story, became the new president of Saionji Konzern. In the end, his plan to rule the world failed when Kyousuke was defeated by Hitto in the last episode and fell into an explosion. He suddenly reappears and told Hitto's father that he will not lose to Hitto next time, and disappears in the light.

In the manga, he is the oldest of the eight successors of Evil Gods organization. The Evil Gods crest is on his forehead. He often bullies Teruma by using a whip, and kicks Kodoh on the head. He also calls Kodoh by the name "Kodoh-chan". He has a strong desire to become Tycoon Shō's successor. He owns a bad personality and calls Hitto as "that toy". It was revealed that he is Shō's second experiment to create a very strong B-Der. While battling Hitto, he got thrown in the sky and fell into the sea, and as the Evil Gods organization's castle collapse to the sea, he holds against a floating driftwood in the middle of the sea and made himself to the land. In the end, he swears that he will return and get his revenge on Hitto and Shō.

Product List[edit]

  • 001: Magnum Ifrit
  • 002: Blitz Garuda
  • 003: Bal Tauros
  • 004: Crash Weapon Grenade Shot
  • 005: Crash Weapon Triple Launcher
  • 006: Loading Magazine
  • 007: Power Long Barrel
  • 008: Cartridge Adaptor Barrel and Server
  • 009: Crash Tower
  • 010: Magnum Ifrit Starter Set
  • 011: Crash B-Daman Tower Battle Try Set
  • 012: Crash B-Daman Bullet Set Vol. 1 (.98)
  • 013: Sturm Griffon
  • 014: Crash Weapon Wide Cannon
  • 015: Tripod
  • 016: Rave Pegasus
  • 017: Shade Wyvern
  • 018: Crash Weapon Reload Launcher
  • 019: Cyber Scope Server
  • 020: B-1 Crash Cup Try Set
  • 021: Crash B-Daman Bullet Set Vol. 2 (.67)
  • 022: Evil Levioth
  • 023: Crash Weapon Panzer Faust
  • 024: Crash B-Daman Custom Try Set
  • 025: Iron Odin
  • 026: Crash Weapon Trick Cannon
  • 027: Justice Ifrit
  • 028: Mach Garuda
  • 029: Synchro Weapon Beat Launcher
  • 030: Synchro Weapon Tactical Shot
  • 031: SWS Crash B-Daman Justice Ifrit Power Try Set
  • 032: Assault Tauros
  • 033: Synchro Weapon Mega Grenade
  • 034: Synchro Server
  • 035: SWS Crash B-Daman Mach Garuda Rush Try Set
  • 036: Shining Pegasus
  • 037: Reflect Wyvern
  • 038: Omega Bahamut
  • 039: Eclipse Dragon
  • 040: Final Battle Box

Terms and Names[edit]

  • B-Daman,

The B-Daman is the main item in the game. It is a figure designed to fire spherical marbles, called B-Dama

  • B-Dama (ビー玉 Bīdama)

The official marbles for B-Daman are .67 of an inch; most marbles in the world are .5 of an inch. Biidama is the Japanese word for "marble."

  • Strike Shot

A change on the official marble for B-Daman. They are .67 of an inch, but have different properties. Like being clear, plastic, metal, or being able to split.

  • Grenade shot,

The official marble for .98 Caliber Crash Weapons. They are .98 of an inch, and have holes in them like a wiffleball. Some have Strike Shots inside them.

  • Crash Tower,

The item used in battle, has six pillars that can fill up with two marbles each. Has three guard rails on top, connected to a Guard Pillar, that if falls so do the guards.

  • Crash Weapon,

The item that can go on the side of the B-Daman, adding a different type of fire to the B-Daman.

  • Stadium,

Where the battles take place, they are approx. 4'x1'

  • Hold Parts,

Keeps marbles from falling out of the B-Daman, creates force.

  • Claw,

Prong on a Hold Part, Crash B-Daman have 2-9 Claws.

  • Battle Coin,

a coin shaped circle loaded into a "Rush Thrower" (Unknown Name); used in Super Rush Battle

  • "Rush Thrower" (Unknown Name),

item that throws Battle Coins in Super Rush system super crash game.

Rules of Crash Battle[edit]

  • B-Daman cannot be kept in the air during battle.
  • Do not hide the Crash Tower or press it down with your hands.
  • When gathering marbles, do not put your hand in front of the Crash Tower.
  • Do not tilt or lean the B-Daman and release marbles in the air.
  • Do not release marbles towards the opponent's/partner's hand or face intentionally.
  • B-Daman feet parts should not come out of the shooting area.
  • When using a 008 Cartridge Adaptor Barrel and Server, only one System Barrel may be attached.
  • One Crash Tower must have six pillars.
  • You may use two B-Daman with either a Synchro Weapon, or a Double Adaptor piece.
  • All B-Daman must have all three Parts

How to Play[edit]

  • Crash Battle

The point of this game is to take down the marbles on top of the opponent's Crash Tower before he/she does the same to you. You can topple with your B-Daman/Crash Weapons, following the above rules.

  • Super Rush Battle

The point of this game is to shoot as many Battle Coins as you can on your opponents side. You load ??? number of Battle Coins into the "Rush Thrower" (Unknown Name), and it fires them out one by one. Each player tries to fire at the Battle Coin and knock it on the opponents side.

  • Shoot the Gap

See B-Daman

  • Bowling

See B-Daman

  • Crash Battle X(Unknown Name)

Same rules as Crash Battle, using Crash Blocks in front of each Crash Tower to block B-Dama

Types of B-Daman[edit]

There are four types of Crash B-Daman;

  • Power: Focuses on a lot of strength behind a shot, making it easier to knock down Crash Towers. Having too much power can severely lower Rush, because of how hard it is to fire.
  • Rush: Focuses on firing many B-Dama, at a very fast rate. They normally have either Roller Holds, or Balance Holds.
  • Control: Focuses on hitting a specific target. They need to have a bit more power than other types to travel down the directed barrel, since normally the barrel is longer than most. The most common holds for them are either Balance Holds, or Round Holds.
  • Balance: Focuses on a balance of certain types; however, on Shining Pegasus, it describes a B-Daman with Balance Holds. (Of course, this could have been just to get all four types on Shining Pegasus and Reflect Wyvern so that their combined form, Eclipse Dragon, could boast of having all types [making it a Perfect type.]) Normally have Balance Holds.
  • Perfect: As opposed to Balance, a Perfect type B-Daman has a combination of all four major types.
  • Revolver: Uses a .67 Revolver barrel. Has no hold parts.
  • Perfect Revolver: Used to describe Ultimate Bahamut (Alpha Bahamut + Omega Bahamut). It is not a combination of Perfect and Revolver type. It is a Revolver type with a Double Synchro Grip.

3 Block Gear System[edit]

3 Block Gear System is the name for the first series of Crash B-Daman. They used three "blocks", Block 1: Barrel, Block 2: Core, and Block 3: Grip. There is a slot for a server built into every grip. Along with that, there are two slots on the arms of the Core for a Crash Weapon.

  • Barrel: The piece that determines how much control you have of the shot. They come in many different lengths. The longer the barrel, the higher the control, and the lower the power.
  • Core: The piece that determines what type of B-Daman it is; Power, Rush, Control, or Balance. They have different hold parts that correspond with the types.
  • Grip: The piece that determines how easy it is to fire, sometimes they can increase Power or Rush. They have different types of grips as well, to determine how comfortable it is to hold.

Synchro Weapon System[edit]

Synchro Weapon System is the name for the second series of Crash B-Daman. It enhances on the 3 Block Gear System. The Grip Block is now further advanced with a second trigger, called the Synchro Trigger. It activates Synchro Weapons Attached, allowing for a shot without using your non-firing hand. The gimmicks are more complex, like a Triple Roller Hold, or an Astral Drive Hold.

Parts List and Parts Overview[edit]

Barrels

Barrels give you accuracy, or can increase power

  • .67 Short

A Short Barrel. Available on Magnum Ifrit

  • .67 Medium

A Medium Barrel. Available on Blitz Garuda

  • .67 Long

A Long Barrel. Available on Bal Tauros

  • .67 Power Short

A Short Barrel, shorter than .67 Short Circuit. Available on Strum Griffon

  • .67 Light

A Powerful and Long Barrel. The weight of this barrel is what gives it the power. Available on Rave Pegasus and Shade Wyvern

  • .67 Compact

A very Short Barrel. Available on Evil Levioth

  • .67 Fore Grip

A Medium Barrel, allows for a second barrel to be attached to it. It has a handle for increased control. Used on Control/Power/Rush/Balance Customs. Available on Iron Odin

  • .67 Suspensions

A Short Barrel equipped with springs on either side. The springs hold onto the hold parts to increase power. Available on Justice Ifrit

  • .67 Rollers

A Short Barrel equipped with rollers on either side. The rollers increase ease of shot. Available on Mach Garuda

  • .67 Bipod

A Long Barrel equipped with a stabilizer on the end. It can be flipped from Roller Mode to Stabilizer Mode. Available on Assault Tauros

  • .67 Front

A Long Barrel with no special features. Available on Shining Pegasus

  • .67 Rear

A Short Barrel with an adaptor for a second barrel. Available on Reflect Wyvern and Alpha Bahamut (Alpha Bahamut found in Final Battle Box)

  • .67 Revolver

A barrel that uses some methode to fire B-Daballs from itself rather than the core. Can fire three shots at once. Available on Omega Bahamut

  • .67 Union

An extra long barrel made from .67 Front and .67 Rear. Available on Eclipse Dragon

Cores

Cores determine the type of B-Daman it is

  • Ifrit

Drive Holds, 3 Claws. Available on Magnum Ifrit

  • Garuda

Roller Holds, 2 Claws. Available on Blitz Garuda

  • Tauros

Round Holds, 2 Claws. Available on Bal Tauros

  • Griffon

Balance Holds, 2 Claws Available on Strum Griffon

  • Pegasus

Right Spin Drive Holds, 2 Claws. It has a Drive Strip on the right side. Besides that, it is a Balance Hold. Available on Rave Pegasus

  • Wyvern

Left Spin Roller Holds, 2 Claws. It has a Roller on the right side. Besides that, it is a Balance Hold. Available on Shade Wyvern

  • Levioth

Power Roller Holds, 2 Claws. It has one roller on each side, but with a Drive Strip in the middle, adding Power. Available on Evil Levioth

  • Odin

Fore Holds, 2 Claws. It has one Drive Strip on each side. Roller Holds, see Blitz Garuda. Available on Iron Odin

  • Ifrit 2

Astral Holds, 9 Claws. It has four claws on each side, and one on the bottom with a Drive Strip. Available on Justice Ifrit

  • Garuda 2

Triple Roller Holds, 3 Claws. It has one claw on each side, and one on the bottom, each with a Roller. Available on Mach Garuda

  • Tauros 2

Triple Round Holds, 3 Claws. It has two round holds on the side, and an extra claw on the bottom with a grove on it to guide the shot in a straight line. Available on Assault Tauros

  • Pegasus 2

Balance Holds, two claws. See Griffon Available on Shining Pegasus

  • Wyvern 2

Round Holds, two claws. See Tauros Available on Reflect Wyvern

  • Bahamut

No holds. Available on Omega Bahamut

  • Dragon

Round Holds, two claws. See Tauros or Wyvern 2 Available on Eclipse Dragon

  • Alpha (no name given)

Round Holds, two claws. See Tauros, Wyvern 2, or Dragon Available on Alpha Bahamut (found in Final Battle Box)

Grips

Grips determine the comfort of your shot, and some increase power

  • Trigger Grip A

Basic grip with a rough grip for ease of hold. Available on Magnum Ifrit

  • Trigger Grip B

Basic grip with a smooth grip for smoother shots. Available on Blitz Garuda

  • Trigger Grip C

Basic grip with a semi-rough grip for balance hold. Available on Bal Tauros

  • Tigger Grip D

Basic grip with lines for a good grip. Available on Sturm Griffon

  • Power Grip

Has an extra gear for extra power. Available on Rave Pegasus and Crash B-Daman Custom Try Set

  • Speed Grip

Has no gears for easier shots. Available on Shade Wyvern

  • Trigger Grip E

Basic grip Available on Evil Levioth

  • Trigger Grip F

Basic grip with a small grip line on it. Available on Iron Odin

  • Synchro Grip (Fire)

Same use as Power Grip, has a Synchro Trigger. Available on Justice Ifrit

  • Synchro Grip (Thunder)

Similar to Synchro Grip (Fire), but it has a smooth gripping end and a bigger Synchro Trigger pad for Rush. Available on Mach Garuda

  • Synchro Grip (Ground)

Similar to Synchro Grip (Fire), but has a gripping end designed for a firmer hold. Available on Assault Tauros

  • Synchro Grip (The Sun)

A basic Synchro Grip with a gripping end designed to fit the hand. Available on Shining Pegasus

  • Synchro Grip (The Moon)

A basic Synchro Grip with a gripping end designed to fit the hand. Available on Reflect Wyvern

  • Synchro Grip (Dark)

A Synchro Grip with a large, lined handle to provide a firm grip. Available on Omega Bahamut and Alpha Bahamut (Alpha Bahamut only found in Final Battle Box)

  • Synchro Double Grip (Eclipse)

A Double Synchro Grip (formed by Synchro Grips Sun/Moon and Reflect Wyvern's Connect Server). By using both hands, shots are fired more smoothly. Available on Eclipse Dragon

  • Synchro Double Grip (no extra title given)

A Double Synchro Grip (formed by two Synchro Grips (Dark) and Alpha Bahamut's Connect Server). By using both hands, shots are fired more smoothly. Available on Ultimate Bahamut (found in Final Battle Box)

Crash Weapons/Synchro Weapons

Crash/Synchro weapons are a secondary form of fire on either side of the B-Daman

  • Grenade Shot

Can fire a .98 bullet. Has 4 claws and a drive strip on one. Revolver Style.

  • Triple Launcher

Can fire three .67 bullets at a time. Has a drive strip at the front.

  • Wide Cannon

Can fire two .67 bullets side-by-side at a time. Has two drive strips.

  • Reload Launcher

Fires two .67 bullets at a time, is reloadable through a server.

  • Panser Faust

Fires a newly designed .67 bullet built just for it.

  • Trick Cannon

Fires two .67 bullets at a time, it has adjustable spin on each one.

  • Beat Launcher

Same use as Reload Launcher, except it only fires one at a time. Attaches to Tactical Shot to form Hybrid Cannon. Synchro option available.

  • Tactical Shot

Has a barrel, fires one .67 bullet at a time. Attaches to Beat Launcher to form Hybrid Cannon. Synchro option available.

  • Mega Grenade

Fires one .98 bullet at a time, and is reloadable through a server. Synchro option available.

Servers and Barrels

Servers increase the amount of B-Dama you can hold

  • Loading Magazine

Holds seven extra shots.

  • Power Long Barrel

Increases Control and Power.

  • Short Magazine Server

Holds three extra shots. Available on Sturm Griffon

  • Cyber Scope Server

Has a mirrored sight to give a great shot. Can hold three extra shots.

  • Stock Server

Holds three extra shots and gives a better grip. Available on Evil Levioth

  • Synchro Server

Holds a large amount of extra shots. When out of shots, it will rotate to refill.

  • Connect Server

Holds two extra shots in Server Mode, and has a second use as a stand in Stabilizer Mode. Also used to attach a second grip when in Stabilizer Mode. Available on Reflect Wyvern

B-Dama, Strike Shots, and Bombs

B-Dama

  • Standard Shot, made out of glass

Weight: 2, Speed: 2, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 2, Attack Range: 2

Strike Shot

  • Drive Shot, made out of plastic with a rubber strip

Weight: 1, Speed: 4, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 4, Attack Range: 2

  • Random Shot, half plastic and half metal making it unpredictable

Weight: 2, Speed: 2, Power: 3, Attack Distance: 1, Attack Range:4

  • Metal Shot, completely metal making it extremely strong, but quite slow

Weight: 3, Speed: 1, Power: 3, Attack Distance: 1, Attack Range: 2

  • Speed Shot, made of hollow plastic making it extremely fast with low power

Weight: 1, Speed: 5, Power: 1, Attack Distance: 3, Attack Range: 2

  • Stealth Shot, same attributes as Speed Shot, except it is clear making it near invisible when shot

Weight: 1, Speed: 5, Power: 1, Attack Distance: 3, Attack Range: 2

  • Spike Shot, made of plastic with a strip of hard plastic spikes for a long shot

Weight: 1, Speed: 4, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 5, Attack Range: 2

  • Impact Shot, made of plastic with a metal ball inside; same has Hasbro's new B-Dama that replaced the Standard Shot

Weight: 1.5, Speed: 4.5, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 2, Attack Range: 2

  • Split Shot, made of plastic with a metal ball inside; splits open throwing the metal ball out and the plastic snaps back in place

Weight: 2, Speed: 2, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 2, Attack Range: 4

  • Stealth Drive Shot, mixes the accuracy of Drive Shot with the invisibility of Stealth Shot

Weight: 1, Speed: 4, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 5, Attack Range: 2

  • Dark Drive Shot, recolor of Drive Shot

Weight: 1, Speed: 4, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 5, Attack Range: 2

  • Dark Stealth Shot, a darker version of Stealth Shot, still near invisible

Weight: 1, Speed: 5, Power: 1, Attack Distance: 3, Attack Range: 2

  • Metal Spike Shot, same as Spike Shot with metal for the spikes

Weight: 1, Speed: 3, Power: 2.5, Attack Distance: 5, Attack Range: 2

  • Aurora Shot, a heavier version of Standard Shot

Weight: 3, Speed: 2, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 2, Attack Range: 2

Grenade shot

  • Standard Grenade shot

Weight: 3, Speed: 1, Power: 3, Attack Distance: 2, Attack Range: 4

  • Speed Grenade shot

Weight: 2, Speed: 2, Power: 2, Attack Distance: 3, Attack Range: 4

  • Heavy Grenade shot

Weight: 5, Speed: 0, Power: 4, Attack Distance: 2, Attack Range: 4

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