|Angelo & Diablo|
|First appearance||I am Marucho, Hear Me Roar|
|Voiced by||Shawn Meunier|
'Preyas Angelo' (プレデター エンジェル Puredetā Enjeru, Japanese version Predator Angel) and 'Preyas Diablo' (プレデター 悪魔 Puredetā Akuma, Japanese version Predator Devil) (Nicknamed Preyas II, Japanese version Predator Two プレデター 両者 Puredetā Ryōsha), Dual Preyas (Japanese version Dual Predator デュアル プレデター Dyuaru Puredetā) and Double Head (BakuTech series Double Head ダブル・ヘード Daburu He~do) are the second and third Guardian Bakugan of Marucho Marukura.
Preyas Angelo/Diablo spawned from a Preyas egg which hatched into two brothers - one good and one evil. Angelo is kindhearted and shaped like an angel, with large powerful wings on its back and smaller wings on its forearms and legs. Diablo is a tough, devilish Bakugan with an appetite for fiery destruction. Diablo's horned head has fearsome fangs and its winged body is covered in spikes.
Preyas Angelo politely refers to Marucho as “Young Master”. According to Angelo, he tires very quickly and requires constant breaks. He “gets every second Monday off” but “doesn't do windows”. Angelo supposedly has mixed Attributes, part Aquos part Haos. Diablo, on the other hand, is a tough smack-talking devil version with a hot temper to match. He has opposite Attributes being Aquos and Pyrus. Each switch places, regularly taking turns. While one side is active the other lies dormant and unaware of its surroundings.
In Blast from the Past, Diablo appears along with several past Bakugan to prevent Mechtavius Destroyer from destroying New Vestroia. Overpowered, the Bakugan are unsuccessful and Diablo is one of the first to perish.
- Ability Cards
- Water Refrain: Nullifies and blocks the opponent's abilities from activating for a short time. (Aquos)
- Aquos Quadruple Chain Attack - Blue Lagoon Force Gate Special: (requires 4 Aquos Bakugan on your team to activate) (Aquos)
Preyas II was released as a Series 1 Special Attack Bakugan. This is a two sided Bakugan- one side baring Angelo with Diablo on the opposite pole, each with its own G-Power. Player’s have a 50/50 chance of landing a specific side. It is available in all Attributes except Pyrus.
The Aquos version has 700 Gs (Angelo)/500 Gs (Diablo) or 660 Gs/550 Gs, the Darkus version has 510 Gs (Angelo)/680 (Diablo), the Haos version 410 Gs (Angelo)/640 Gs (Diablo), the Subterra version has 720 Gs (Angelo)/300 Gs (Diablo), and the Ventus version has 650 Gs (Angelo)/450 Gs (Diablo).
Single sided Preyas Diablo was released as part of the BakuPearl Series. The Aquos version has up to 610 Gs, the Darkus version has up to 580 Gs, the Haos version has up to 480 Gs and the Subterra version has up to 580 Gs. The Ventus version has 570 Gs
Preyas Diablo was later re-released as part of the Bronze Attack Series. Aquos Preyas Diablo has 630 Gs.
In Japan, its Aquos BakuTech version in BTC-07 comes with 380G/460 Gs, 280G/480 Gs and 260G/500 Gs. In Japan, its Aquos version (Diablo only) in BST-05 comes with 340 Gs and 380 Gs.
|Aquos:||260/500 Gs, 280/480 Gs (Japan, 380/460 Gs (Japan)|
- In Bakugan Battle Brawlers (Video Game), he and Angelo have separate bodies.
- Angelo Preyas was never released in his own ball like Diablo.
|Bakugan types (Bakugan Battle Brawlers)|
Apollonir • Bee Striker • Blade Tigrerra • Centipoid • Centorrior • Clayf • Cycloid • Dragonoid • Druman • El Condor • Exedra • Falconeer • Fear Ripper • Fifth Paladin • Fourtress • Frosch • Gargonoid • Gorem • Griffon • Hairadee • Hammer Gorem • Harpus • Hydranoid • Hynoid • Infinity Dragonoid • Juggernoid • Lars Lion • Laserman • Limulus • Manion • Mantris • Monarus • Naga • Oberus • Perfect Dragonoid • Preyas Angelo • Preyas Diablo • Rabeeder • Rattleoid • Ravenoid • Reaper • Robotallion • Saurus • Serpenoid • Siege • Silent Naga • Sirenoid • Stinglash • Tayghen • Tentaclear • Terrorclaw • Tigrerra • Tricloid • Tuskor • Ultimate Dragonoid • Warius • Wavern • Wormquake
|Video Game Exclusive|