Bakuten Shoot Beyblade G Revolution

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Alternative Titles

English: Beyblade G Revolution
Synonyms: Beyblade Revolution, Beyblade GRevolution
Japanese: 爆転シュート ベイブレードGレボリューション

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 52
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2003 to Dec 29, 2003
Premiered: Winter 2003
Broadcast: Mondays at 18:00 (JST)
Producers: d-rights
Licensors: Nelvana
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Manga
Duration: 20 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

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#29 - And Then There Were Two

Ore Nara Koko Da (オレならここだ)

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Duration: 00:23:24
Aired: Jul 21, 2003(JST)

Synopsis

Daichi and Yuri have both been thrown from the dish at the same time. Because they are both exhausted and their beyblades have taken too much damage for a rematch, Kaichou rules that the next match will determine the new tournament Champion. Takao walks up to the dish and a visibly battered and bruised Kai shows up and announces Takao wasn't the only one to have fought that day. He also unveils his new Dranzer Gigs Turbo. Some images of Sergei and Brian passed out and their heavily damaged Fallborg and Seaborg are shown (for some reason, these were cut from the English dub and the versions based on it). Everyone deduces he had a fight just so he could have put himself at Takao's level of physical exhaustion. Because of the power levels involved, Kaichou unveils a new stadium dish, a large rocky terrain hidden under the floor of the main stadium, which Blader DJ introduces as "the largest indoor beystadium ever used". Takao recalls some of his fights throughout the championship (Japanese dub exclusive), while Kai recalls taking Sergei and Brian to the room where he battled them (English dub exclusive). Yuri is then shown locating his teammates, though in the English dub and in the versions based on it their bodies are not shown. As the battle starts, both opponents are so determined to win that every time their beybaldes collide, energy shock waves are generated and affect the entire stadium and its audience. Kai eventually has Takao fall of the edge and into the stadium, rolling down the rocks, which causes his team mates to come check at him (for some reason, this is not shown in the English dub and the versions based on it; instead, Takao is simply shown about to fall and then gets up back on his feet. Kai then sets Dranzer on fire (for some reason, this is not shown in the English dub and the versions based on it) and attacks Takao, which escapes and generates a tornado, bringing Kai down to the stadium the same way he did (and again, for some reason, Kai's rolling down is not shown in the English dub and the versions based on it). Kai and Takao assemble their final forces and head for the final part of the match.

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