Blade Tigrerra evolved from Tigrerra. Standing on her hind legs, Blade Tigrerra can judge the right moment to pounce on foes. Blades all over Tigrerra's body gleam with menace to intimidate her foes. When provoked, Blade Tigrerra’s strong, sharp fangs can shred an opponent in an instant.
Bakugan Official Handbook
Forget about claws! Blade Tigrerra is ready for battle with a body studded with super-sharp blades. The evolved form of Tigrerra, this tigerlike terror walks on two legs.
Bakugan Ultimate Handbook
When Blade Tigrerra evolves, she can stand on her hind legs. This allows her to better lock in her opponent's position on the battlefield. When Blade Tigrerra pounces, she slashes at foes with her sharp claws, long fangs, and the curved blades that protrude from her body.
Runo Misaki's Haos Tigrerra became a Haos Blade Tigrerra after evolving. She took on this form when she and Runo went to the Doom Dimension, in an attempt to rescue Dan and Drago. When she and Runo were forced to battle a younger version of Dan and Lars Lion, she was almost defeated. Fortunately, Runo was able to confess her feelings, which allowed Tigrerra to evolve into Blade Tigrerra. When Dan was battling everyone to help Drago evolve, Tigrerra wanted to battle Drago but was afraid that with Shun and Storm Skyress before them, she may not get her chance, so she requested that they battle first, which everyone was okay with. She lost however. She has been in multiple battles since then, mostly in order to restore Vestroia. She stayed in this form up to the point where she must return to Vestroia.
In the first episode of Bakugan: New Vestroia, Blade Tigrerra is seen as one of Baron's Bakugan battling with Mega Nemus against Viper Helios. She was defeated trying to defend Baron's Guardian Bakugan, Mega Nemus. Blade Tigrerra was later turned into a statue and stayed there for most of "New Vestroia." She was the last of the Six Fighting Bakugan who were captured. It was her capture that prompted the Legendary Soldiers of Vestroia to send Drago back to Earth to get help.
Also, at the beginning of the first episode, when the Bakugan are being turned in to balls by the Dimension Controller, you can see Blade Tigrerra in the background. Later she is freed along with the rest. Runo and Mira used Blade Tigrerra and Magma Wilda against Mylene's Macubass and Lync's Aluze after the Resistance travels back to Earth. However, Tigrerra lost defending Wilda against Macubass with the ability Hyper Velocity Fang.
Before the rest of the Brawlers tried assaulting the Alternative Weapon System after Spectra did, she and Hammer Gorem announced that, due to they're not evolving like the others, they wished to stop brawling because they considered it foolish to put their partners in danger. It is unknown where she was during Gundalian Invaders, but she is most likely alongside Runo.
Sometime before Mechtanium Surge, Tigrerra returned to New Vestroia.
Blade Tigrerra appeared for the first time since New Vestroia in Jump to Victory as Aerogan's mistress. Tigrerra wishes Runo and the other brawlers luck and to stay safe no matter what.
- Ability Cards
- Velocity Fang: Nullifies the opponent's ability and subtracts 100 Gs from the opponent.
- Lightning Shield: Nullifies the opponent's Gate Card.
- Lightning Tornado: Transfers 100 Gs from the opponent to Blade Tigrerra.
- Shade Ability: Nullifies all the opponent's abilities.
- Hyper Velocity Fang: Nullifies the opponent's ability and subtracts 300 Gs from the opponent.
- Saber Glowcer: Transfers 400 Gs from the opponent to Blade Tigrerrra.
- Metal Fang: Adds 400 Gs to Blade Tigrerra.
- Volting Fang
Ability Card (Bakugan Video Game)
- Velocity Fang: Adds 200 Gs to Blade Tigrerra.
- In her ball form, she looks like Battle Ax Vladitor.
- Blade Tigrerra has a fishing rod, which was seen at the end of the first half of New Vestroia before she returned to Earth. This makes her the second Bakugan to have an item. The first is Elfin, who has her tiny parasol.
- The character's gender was changed between the Japanese and English version. In Japan, Blade Tigrerra is known as "Blade Tigress" and is male while in the English dub, Tigrerra became female. This gender swap would also be applied to Ingram and Avior in the subsequent seasons.