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|“||I am ready to serve you whenever the time comes, Master Barodius.||”|
|First appearance||Final Fury|
|Voiced by||Tony Rosato|
Gundalia's strongest Bakugan and the partner of Emperor Barodius. He is from the same lineage as Drago, and has inherited the DNA of the biological makeup of one of the two original Bakugan. He projects a dark energy blast from his mouth to devastate his opponents and only Emperor Barodius can bring out the best of his abilities.
Dharak's rivalry with Drago mirrors the latter's former rivalry with Hydranoid and Helios in the first two series, but unlike them, Dharak can't be turned good, as he only serves Emperor Barodius and the Twelve Orders of Gundalia. Also, his voice does not sound as sinister as Hydranoid's or Helios', having a calmer tone to that deep serious voice like Hydranoid when he first appeared. His personality also appears to be similar to his brawling partner, Barodius, being devious, quiet and hot-tempered.
In Final Fury, he was shown on a video that Professor Clay received from an unknown source, which was later revealed to be Fabia. He was at war alongside Lumagrowl, Strikeflier, Sabator, Lythirus, and Krakix. He also combined with his Battle Gear (AirKor) and defeated a large number of Neathian Bakugan.
In episode 5, Dharak only appeared for a few seconds talking to Emperor Barodius.
In episode 8, he appears by Barodius' side again, commenting that the human brawlers stolen from Earth were efficient.
In episode 10, he appears once again talking about Drago possibly being tough for Linehalt to defeat.
In The Sacred Orb, he battles on Neathia with the rest of the Twelve Orders and uses Exokor to become Dharak Colossus for the first time. He uses his armor to destroy the Second Security Shield. He also met Drago for the first time, calling him a "Worthless lizard." They end up battling, but when they both get close to each other, a bright light (Code Eve) appeared, and all Gundalians were sent back to Gundalia.
In Divide and Conquer, he battled against Sabator and his Battle Gear Chompixx. He lost in the first round due to Sabator using a Level 3 Class Battle Gear Ability Card but in the second round he defeated Sabator, who managed to survive due to the Sacred Orb transferring him between dimensions.
In Sid Returns, he attacks Sid because he escaped from Kazarina's Lab, which causes Sid to fall to his death trying to save Ren. When Dan tries to convince Ren to switch sides, he tells Dan that his efforts to turn Ren are useless, and to save his insults for the battlefield.
In Colossus Dharak, he merges with his upgraded Colossus Armour to permanently destroy the restored Second Shield and ends up facing Drago again. He easily defeats him and punctures a hole in the Second Shield. But before he can continue Ren switches sides and Linehalt attacks him.
In Dragonoid Colossus (episode), he detaches from his Colossus parts and then attached to AirKor to battle Ren and Linehalt. He won the first round but in the second round Linehalt unleashed his Forbidden Power, causing Dragonoid Colossus to appear and stop the battle.
In True Evolution, he battled Blitz Dragonoid, who used his Axator Gear and Jakalier. He defeated Jakalier and his Battle Gear (AirKor) defeated Blitz Dragonoid's Battle Gear (Axator Gear), though he later lost the battle to Drago.
In Jake's Last Stand, he appeared talking to Emperor Barodius and Kazarina about Drago.
- Ability Cards:
- Darkness Waver: Subtracts 500 Gs from the opponent.
- Thunder Probe (Thunder Prowl in the Japanese version): Nullifies the opponent's ability, and transfers 500 Gs from the opponent to Dharak.
- Evil Blow (Evil Blast): Adds 500 Gs to Dharak.
- Evil Glow: Subtracts 300 Gs from the opponent.
- Westwall Shield: Nullifies all the opponent's abilities.
- Darkness Glow: Transfers 500 Gs from the opponent to Dharak.
- High Skewed Waver: Nullifies the opponent's ability, and subtracts 600 Gs from the opponent.
- Exodus Waver: Adds 700 Gs to Dharak.
GameDharak was released with Lumagrowl, Avior, Snapzoid, Coredem, Phosphos, Strikeflier, and Helix Dragonoid.
Like Helix Dragonoid, Lumagrowl, Avior, Strikeflier, and Phosphos, Dharak is Bakugan Battle Gear compatible. With the metal cylinder inside Dharak's back, Battle Gear can be activated when they combine. In order to do this, you pull down its wings and tail.
The Subterra version comes in two variations, with 620 Gs in BakuTriad and 720 Gs in Game Pack.
The Haos version comes in four variations, with 640 Gs in BakuTriad, 660 Gs with a Bakuclip, 690 Gs in the Target-exclusive "Evil Twin" pack and 750 Gs in BakuGranite.
The Darkus version comes in nine variations, with 610 Gs, 620 Gs and 750 Gs, 790 Gs in BakuTriad, 670 Gs in the Target-exclusive "Evil Twin" pack, 750 Gs in Combat set/Game Pack, 800 Gs or 600 Gs in Brawler Game Pack and 790 or 750 Gs in BakuBoost.
The Aquos version comes with 720 Gs in Bakutriad and Bakuboost and in BakuTin he comes in 700 Gs. It is also available with the Gundalian Invaders BakuClip.
His Translucent Darkus version has 720 Gs.
It is one of the few Bakugan who have also been released in BakuMorph.
In Japan, the Darkus version in GP-001 comes with 520 Gs.
Dharak was also going to be remade as a Baku Sky Raider with a small adjustment to the feet so it can jump, but it was never released.
|Pyrus:||660 Gs, 700 Gs, 770 Gs (Crimson and Pearl)|
|Aquos:||700 Gs, 720 Gs|
|Subterra:||620 Gs, 720 Gs|
|Haos:||640 Gs, 660 Gs, 690 Gs (Evil Twin)|
|Darkus:||520 Gs (Japan), 600 Gs, 610 Gs, 620 Gs, 670 Gs, 720 Gs (Translucent), 750 Gs, 790 Gs, 800 Gs|
|Ventus:||660 Gs, 700 Gs, 870 Gs (BakuBlue)|
'Dharak' is derived from the Japanese for corruption, 堕落 (daraku), which likely refers to Dharak's corrupted, power-hungry personality.
- His voice in ball form is different from his voice in Bakugan form.
- As Dharak Colossus, he seems to have the same abilities, but with greater strength.
- When he merges with Airkor as Dharak Colossus, the middle part of Airkor is left out.
- It seems that his Darkus toy in Evil Twin Pack and regular version have inverted detail colors. These color errors might be manufacture errors.
- He is one of the few Bakugan to have four legs that open in ball form, along with Hynoid, Terrorclaw, Mantris, Kilan Leoness, Brawlacus Dharak and Damakor.
- Of all the Gundalian Invaders Bakugan, Dharak has been released in the most alternately colored forms (BakuGranite, BakuBlue, Crimson & Pearl, and Evil Twin).
- He and his evolution Phantom Dharak are the only Bakugan belonging to the Twelve Orders whose G-Power was not shown.