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|First appearance||The Day New Vestroia Stood Still|
'Aluze' (アリューズ) is the spiritual bird looking successor to Altair and the second Guardian Bakugan to Lync Volan in Bakugan: New Vestroia. It faced the Battle Brawlers on a couple of occasions but never took any Attribute Energies on its own and was ironically eliminated later on by a fellow Mechanical Bakugan.
As the successor to Altair, Aluze has a number of identical features, albeit each are upgraded or simply built differently. It has extended peripheral vision due to a greater range of optical sensors, having triple the amount that Altair did. Aluze's body is bulkier and is likely built to withstand stronger attacks than Altair could endure. Aluze's frame also sports four outward-facing spikes. Its wings are slanted, square-like, and closed, each housing individual cannons. Its most unique feature is extended flight, allowing Aluze to travel far above the atmosphere to launch satellite attacks at a safe distance from its adversaries. Aluze's most powerful ability appears to be Sky Impact.
Aluze first appears in The Day New Vestroia Stood Still, where Lync debuts it in an attempt to seize Master Ingram's Attribute Energy. Despite being outnumbered three-to-one (Storm Skyress and Hylash joined Master Ingram) Aluze manages to knock out both Ingram and Hylash before finally losing to Skyress. Ingram, feeling insecure about his new powers, sits out of the second round, leaving Skyress to face Aluze alone, who almost effortlessly overwhelms her from the start. Ingram finally joins the brawl again and unleashes Shadow Wing. The pair combine and successfully defeat Aluze.
In Earth Invaders, Aluze tags with Macubass to face Magma Wilda and Blade Tigrerra and take the Subterra Attribute Energy. Aluze is the last Bakugan to join the first round, waiting it out until Macubass sets up their opponents for Aluze's satellite strike, which wipes out both Tigrerra and Wilda. Aluze joins the start of the second round, but is almost immediately ambushed by Tigrerra, who leaps onto its back and begins to tear apart its hull. Despite its teammate being outnumbered, Macubass crushes Tigrerra and later uses its ABSIDS abilities to outmatch Wilda and take his Attribute Energy.
In Ambush, it joins with MAC Spider to fight Knight Percival and Minx Elfin. Aluze focuses on Elfin and, after revealing the Trap Field's powers, defeats her and leaves Percival to MAC Spider, who takes the Darkus Attribute Energy upon defeating him.
In Payback, Aluze and Lync battle Hydron and his Dryoid. By staying out of Dryoid's reach, Aluze manages to zone its opponent out and win the first round through its Sky Impact attack. Hydron then catches onto Aluze's strategy and orders Dryoid to focus on getting in close. His Bakugan is successful and Aluze is knocked out of the sky and into the ground, whereupon the sudden impact defeats it. Having suffered critical damage from the previous round, Aluze proves to be no match for Dryoid in the final round and is subsequently destroyed by Dryoid while Hydron disposes of Lync with the Death Bomb.
- Ability Cards
- Giga Armor: Transfers 300 Gs from the opponent to Aluze.
- Thunder Stripper: Subtracts 200 Gs from each opponent.
- Sling Boomerang: Subtracts 200 Gs from each opponent.
- Blaster Bind: Nullifies all abilities the opponent.
- Air Lance: Subtracts 200 Gs from the opponent.
- Dora Cannon: Adds 400 Gs to Aluze.
- Drive Storm: Nullifies the opponent's Gate Card and subtracts 300 Gs from the opponent.
- Mega Bind: Adds 300 Gs to Aluze.
- Sky Impact: Adds 500 Gs to Aluze.
- Fusion Ability Cards
- Aero Aegis: Nullifies all of the opponent's abilities.
- Despite being the supposed superior to Altair, Aluze ironically shares many of its faults, such as its fairly lightweight armor and reliance on speed and aerial combat. Should an opponent manage to reach Aluze, its options are severely limited. Blade Tigrerra was fast enough to reach Aluze and, while she didn't destroy it, she was able to knock it out in one successful strike. Dryoid took it one step further and managed to completely ground Aluze before annihilating it entirely.
- Aluze's primary weak point is seemingly its underbelly cannon. Damaging it inhibits Aluze's flight capabilities and can even short circuit it entirely.
- In a aerial combat, Aluze is unrivaled, however in a ground combat situation, it is almost completely useless, especially due to the two above weakness. Hydron exploit this weakness by using Land Pressure to change the gravity low for Aluze to fall on the ground, before being defeat by Dryoid.
- Aluze, Dryoid, and Boriates are the only Mechanical Bakugan to have Fusion Abilities.
- Aluze technically never won a fair and concise brawl on-screen; its only two "victories" came from Earth Invaders, where Macubass defeats both of their opponents after Aluze is knocked out, and Ambush, which involved the usage of the Vexos Trap Field.