|“||Ever heard the saying; 'Seven heads are better than one'?||”|
|Voiced by||Andrew Jackson|
He is part of Lena's team. Crafty and cheeky, he spits out toxic venom decreasing a battler's power. He rips his opponents apart with stretchable, lethal nails, or shoots out an electromagnetic beam from his mouths. He also uses disguises like trees, stones, and metals for sneak attacks.
Phosphos appeared again in Escape from Darkness using Terrorcrest. Even though Contestir was battling alongside him against Aranaut, Phosphos was the one who defeated Aranaut without any additional help.
Phosphos appeared in episode 17 where he battled Drago. Despite his poison attacks, he was defeated very easily by Drago. Lena had him attempt an attack on Kazarina, but he was taken out by Lumagrowl.
In episode 32, he appeared again under hypnosis by Kazarina's control.
In episode 36, he is seen battling Castle Knights. He also used Terrorcrest's Level 2 ability.
In episode 38, he is seen hiding behind a Neathian building until he is defeated by Phantom Dharak.
In episode 39, he, Lena, and the rest of the Gundalians return to Gundalia.
- Ability Cards
- Tri Viper: Prevents the opponent from activating any more abilities and subtracts 300 Gs from the opponent.
- Gorgon Viper: Subtracts 500 Gs from each opponent.
- Spit Poison: Subtracts 300 Gs from the opponent.
- Poison Rip: Prevents the opponent from activating any more abilities and nullifies the opponents Battle Gear. (The Battle Gear doesn't return to their brawler)
- Hunter Rip: Subtracts 300 Gs from the opponent.
- Stealth Claw: Transfers 300 Gs from the opponent to Phosphos.
- Head Plasnar:
Like Helix Dragonoid, Lumagrowl, Dharak and Avior, Phosphos can combine with an array of Bakugan Battle Gear. There is a metal cylinder inside Phosphos's back that activates said Gear when combined. There are some parts of him that have chrome on them. Also, when Phosphos is opened, it is not opened whole. There is a small button under its (said) tail that you push to open the other four heads.
Its Aquos version can be found in a BakuTin pack at 680 Gs and in a Combat Set at 750 Gs. Its Pyrus version has three variations, 760 Gs in BakuTriad and BakuBoost and 770 Gs in Combat Pack, in the Combat Pack but it isn't chrome plated for some reason and 790 + 50 Gs in a newer BakuBoost. Its Ventus version has one with 750 Gs in BakuBoost and BakuTriad, with a rarer version with 800 Gs in BakuBoost. A true DoubleStrike version was released in Wave 4 with 670+80 Gs. Its Darkus version has 650 Gs in BakuTriad. The Subterra version has 790 +120 Gs or 700 Gs + 50 Gs or the Stealth version has 790 Gs and its Haos G-Power is 860 + 40 Gs and 680 + 20 Gs.
- He somewhat resembles Alpha Hydranoid or Exedra, because they have multiple heads.
- When he equips Battle Gear after using Gorgon Viper, his other four heads are shown to be much smaller than normal.
- In the anime, his ball form's "tail" doesn't open up like it does on the toy version.
- Phosphos's name, like Rubanoid's, sounds similar to an element in the Periodic Table of Elements, phosphorus (phosphoric acid is used in soft drinks and other beverages.)
- His waiting position on Bakugan Dimensions is almost exactly the same as Breezak's.
- On Bakugan Dimensions in ball form, his "tail" and feet are not chrome or silver, but rather just colored normally.
- In the anime, Phosphos resembles the creature from the movie Alien.
- Phosphos holds the record for having the second most heads for a Bakugan, the first being Exedra.