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Beyblade v force
Beyblade V-Force is the second installment of the original Beyblade series. Beyblade V-Force is directed by Yoshio Takeuchi, and produced by Shin'ichi Ikeda, Susumu Matsuyama, Kanehide Sai, and Eun-Mi Lee. The anime was written by Yoshifumi Fukushima. The show aired 51 episodes from January 7, 2002 to December 30, 2002.

PlotEdit

The Bladebreakers have gone their separate ways, but when Team Psykick and the Saint Shields attack the Bladebreakers, and try to steal their bit-beasts for their own reasons, the Bladebreakers assemble once again to defeat the new enemies. Tyson's classmate Hilary Tachibana joins the Bladebreakers, but takes time to learn the fact that Beyblade isn't just a stupid game as she thinks it is. In an attempt to steal the four bit-beasts from the Bladebreakers, Team Psykick creates four cyborg copies of the Bladebreakers' bit-beasts and recruit four skilled bladers named Kane, Salima, Goki and Jim to control the bit-beasts and their respective blades. These teenagers were actually pure hearted and innocent bladers with high ambitions, but the dark power of the cyborg bit-beasts gradually take over their minds and turn them evil. The first half of the second season ends with the Bladebreakers defeating Team Psykick. Tyson, Ray, Kai and Max battle Kane, Salima, Goki and Jim respectively and defeat them. After the cyborg beasts are destroyed Team Psykick come back to their normal selves and regain consciousness. The second half of Season 2 deals with the truth of why the Saint Shields and Team Psykick are after Bladebreakers' bit-beasts and about a rock that Max's mother found that contains bit-beasts, which is stolen by Team Psykick. The Saint Shields' reason behind attempting to steal the bit beasts is because they wish to seal the Bladebreakers' bit-beasts in a rock because they fear that the bit-beasts could get out of control like they did in the past, the saint-shields battle the Bladebreakers and manage to seal off Ray's bit-beast Driger in a rock but later Ray reclaims Driger and defeat all the Saint Shields in a team face off. Team Psykick's reason in trying to steal the bit-beasts is because the Psykick's leader, Dr. Zagart, wants the bit-beasts to turn his android son Zeo (an exact replica of his actual son who died in an accident) into a real human. After defeating the Saint Shields, Tyson and co meets Zeo and befriends him without knowing the fact that he is the son of Team Psykick's leader. Zeo also is unware of the fact that he is a cyborg and not a human and that his father is behind all of Team Psykick's plans. Later Zeo finds out about his past and decides to help his father in his plans. Dr. Zagart gives Zeo a bit beast named Cerberus, the strongest bit-beast sealed in the rock. Zeo enters the world Beyblade tournament with the motive of defeating all the Bladebreakers members and stealing their bit beasts. In the tournament Zeo defeats Kai and Max and steals their bit-beasts Dranzer and Draciel. But in the final battle Tyson and Dragoon (Tyson's bit beast) defeat Zeo and Cerberus. In the process Tyson and Max's team win the world tournament. Dranzer and Draciel come back to their original bladers, Kai and Max.

CharactersEdit

Tyson

Max

Ray

Kai

Kenny

EpisodesEdit

Related SeriesEdit

Beyblade V-Force is followed by the film; Beyblade: Fierce Battle.

Voice CastEdit

ProductionEdit

ReceptionEdit

Broadcast HistoryEdit

America

ABC Family

Jetix

Toon Disney

Australia

Cartoon Network

Network Ten

Japan

TV Tokyo (January 7, 2002 to December 30, 2002)

Wiki LinkEdit

Beyblade Wiki

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