|“||You're just as easy to control as those kids we stole from Earth!||”|
|Battle Gear||Barias Gear|
|First appearance||Final Fury|
|Voiced by||Dan Petronijevic|
Lumagrowl (Japanese version Wolfang (ウルファング Urufangu)) is a wolf/fox-like Bakugan with six tails who when in Bakugan form almost resembles Hynoid. He was partnered with Kazarina and together they made up the Haos team for the Twelve Orders.
Lumagrowl was partners with Kazarina of the Twelve Orders. He hardly ever shows emotion, making it difficult to tell what it's thinking. The swords, which equip Lumagrowl's tail, attack all round from close to intermediate range making it a lethal foe. Spreading out the tails in a special way unleashes a strong lightning bolt to immobilize its opponents. He also creates a cage around his body with the tail, which illuminates and blocks the opponent's attack. He holds a large rivalry with Aranaut, which comes to a head when they battle on Gundalia, but he does show a sense of honor when he surrenders after Kazarina's death.
In episode 1, he was seen in Dan's illusion alongside all of the Twelve Orders Bakugan.
In episode 14, he battled Aranaut and Raptorix alongside Krakix when all of the Twelve Orders came to destroy Neathia's Second Shield and get to The Sacred Orb. He was doing very good until the Sacred Orb sent all the Gundalians back to Gundalia.
In episode 17, he battled Lumino Dragonoid alongside Phosphos. He won the first round but lost in the second round due to Dan and Hawktor appeared to help Lumino Dragonoid. So Shun and Dan switch back Bakugan and Lumagrowl lost in the third round of the battle. When Kazarina was about to punish Lena for their loss, Lena summoned Phosphos to attack her, but Lumagrowl appeared and knocked Phosphos out.
In episode 25, he defeated Aranaut but was defeated by Hawktor's Battle Gear, Swayther.
In episode 32, he battled Aranaut and Sabator alongside Lythirus in the first round and used his Battle Gear (Barias Gear). When he uses Barias Gear he made the ground break to make Fabia, Nurzak, Aranaut and Nurzak die alongside Lythirus. In the second round he battles Sabator and Aranaut alongside Lythirus. Also when they were shown losing he was joined by Phosphos, Contestir, and Plitheon. He later retreats alongside Kazarina, Plitheon, Jesse, Phosphos, Lena, Contestir, and Zenet due to Stoica used a deadly ability card that Lythrius would drown everyone in the battle called Death End Merman.
In epsidoe 34, he watched Dharak evolve into Phantom Dharak alongside Barodius, Kazarina, Krakix and Gill. Also when Barodius renamed him Phantom Dharak (even though that is his real/true name), Lumagrowl approved of it.
In episode 35, he battled Aranaut and Aranaut's Battle Gear (Battle Crusher). He also used his Battle Gear (Barias Gear) and he and Kazarina fled the battle though but later he used his Battle Gear Level 2 to defeat Aranaut, Blitz Dragonoid and Coredem. He later battles Dragonoid Colossus alongside Lythirus, Strikeflier and Krakix but the battle didn't start due to the episode finishing.
In epsidoe 36, he battled Blitz Dragonoid, Dragonoid Colossus, Akwimos, Hawktor, Aranaut, Linehalt, and Coredem alongside Krakix, Strikeflier, and Lythirus. His associates were defeated, but as the Brawlers retreated, he grabbed hold of Aranaut to prevent him from leaving, resulting in a brawl between the two. During the fight, when Kazarina starts to grow impatient, she summons several Mobile Assault Vehicles, which upsets Lumagrowl.
In episode 37, he continues his battle against Aranaut and uses his Battle Gear (Barias Gear). When Kazarina activates Barias Gear Lightning he destroys his back-up Mobile Assault Vehicles since he wanted to destroy Aranaut himself, prompting his brawler to leave him to battle alone. He was winning, until being distracted by Kazarina's death, and immediately defeated. He later surrenders, and then walks off into the shadows with Kazarina's body, mourning the loss of his partner.
- Arcadia Sword: Has two different effects. (The brawler decides what effect it does).
- Transfers 500 Gs from the opponent to Lumagrowl.
- Nullifies the opponent's ability.
- Fang Dome: Adds 300 Gs to Lumagrowl.
- Flashing Peaker: Nullifies the opponent's ability. (The ability can only be activated if Lumagrowl makes physical contact with his opponent.)
- Spiral Blade: Transfers 300 Gs from the opponent to Lumagrowl.
- Blade Fantasma (Plain Fantasma): Subtracts 400 Gs from the opponent.
- Wolf Howler: Subtracts 500 Gs from each opponent.
- Garm Shield (Garm Shield, Guard Palan, Guard Place, Garuru Shield (Japanese version)): Nullifies the opponent's ability.
- Skoll Fang (Skull Fang): Subtracts 300 Gs from the opponent.
- Deadly Fantasma (Death Fantasma): Transfers 400 Gs from the opponent to Lumagrowl.
- Time Warp: Turns back time until the brawler stops it.
Lumagrowl was released together with Avior, Dharak, Snapzoid, Coredem, Phosphos, Strikeflier, and Helix Dragonoid. Like most Gundalian Bakugan, Lumagrowl can combine with the Bakugan Battle Gears. With the metal cylinder inside Lumagrowl's back, the Bakugan Battle Gears can be activated when they combine. To do this, you have to pull the tail back.
Its Pyrus version comes in two variations, with 650 Gs in BakuTriad and 800 Gs in the BakuBoost+Supper Assault pack.Subterra version comes with 680 Gs in BakuTriad. Its Haos version comes in seven variations, with rarely 900 but most of the time 770 Gs 630 or 800 Gs in BakuBoost and 630/660 Gs in BakuTriad and 700 Gs and 660 Gs in Bakugan Battle Arena. Its Clear comes in one variation 780. Its Darkus version comes in only one variation, with 700 Gs in BakuTins. Its Aquos version comes in three variations, with 600/730/740 Gs in BakuTriad/Game Pack and 730 Gs or 700 Gs in BakuBoost. Its Ventus version comes in two variations, 730 Gs and 780 Gs. Its BakuCamo version is 790. Clear Lumagrowl has 700 Gs. The Haos version included in the Bakugan vs Marvel pack along with Red Skull, comes with 930 Gs.
- Lumagrowl in Bakugan form resembles Hynoid with wolf-like characteristics.
- Lumagrowl partially resembles Ninetales from Pokémon, the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox from Naruto and Kyubimon from Digimon. All of them are based on kitsune, from traditional Japanese folklore.
- Luma means old in Tagalog.
- Although Bakugan don't usually have pegs for Battle Gear in the anime, it has been seen with pegs in ball form.
- He is the third Bakugan to have his partner die. The first being Aranaut, and the second being Rubanoid.
- Lumagrowl is the only surviving member of the Twelve Orders. Nurzak, Sabator, and the minor twelve orders do not count as they had defected to Neathia.
- Lumagrowl has a lot in common with Aranaut: they are both voiced by Dan Petronijevic, have lost their partner and are both Haos attributed Bakugan. They also seem to have some sort of pride and honor in both of them as well but come from different backgrounds.
- Lumagrowl is the only Bakugan so far that has demonstrated time-warping abilities.