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Falconeer (Japanese version Raptor (ラプター, Raputā?)) is a humanoid falcon-like Bakugan with fast speed and attacks with feathers.


Falconeer can fly amazingly fast with great maneuverability, targeting its prey from high above. It is a Bakugan with extreme vision, seeing things at a great distance. Most importantly, this special Bakugan can resurrect itself and right any wrong it may have experienced. Defeating it once is simply not enough.

Bakugan Official Handbook

Terror from above! This Bakugan targets its prey from the sky. Magical and mysterious, Falconeer has powerful psychic abilities that enables it to see though things, no matter how far away or what may be blocking it. If you defeat Falconeer, don't celebrate just yet. This phoenix-like creature can resurrect itself and heal any damage it may have obtained.

Bakugan Ultimate Handbook

It's not easy to defeat Falconeer. This fast-flying Bakugan can maneuver at high speed. It uses superior vision to target prey form a distance. And if you are lucky enough to bring Falconeer down-watch out! This amazing creature can resurrect itself and right any wrong it experienced during battle. Only the best brawlers can take Falconeer twice.


Bakugan Battle Brawlers

Shuji's Ventus Falconeer from Masquerade Ball could talk and was a tough foe, but Dan and Drago defeated it. Shun also had a Ventus Falconeer, but it was sent to the Doom Dimension by Masquerade, then returned in Home Sweet Home. Another one was shown trapped in ice in A Fish Called Tayghen.

Dan had a Pyrus Falconeer. Takashi also had a Pyrus one to fight Runo and Marucho Fight or Flight.

A Haos Falconeer was seen in Runo's basket of Bakugan in Home Sweet Home. Another one was seen in Ground Control to Major Dan, used by an unnamed brawler, and in the first season's introduction.

A Subterra Falconeer was seen among Klaus' wall decorations in BFF Best Friends Forever.

An Aquos Falconeer was seen in the box in Runo Rules.

Bakugan: New Vestroia

A Ventus Falconeer was captured by a Vestal Destroyer in the first episode, Invasion of the Vestals.

Ability Cards

  • Jump Over: Allows Falconeer to move to a different Gate Card and adds 50Gs to Falconeer. (Ventus)
  • Frame Fire: Reflects the opponent's ability. (Pyrus)

Physical Game