Stinglash is a scorpion with two massive pincers that can cut through almost anything. A titanium exoskeleton gives Stinglash extremely good protection. Its tail is slow moving, but contains poisonous venom for which there is no cure.
Bakugan Official Handbook
When this Bakugan lashes out with its tail, opponents feel the sting. Stinglash looks like a scorpion with a humanoid face-pretty creepy! But looks don't matter when your warrior is delivering damage on the field.
Bakugan Ultimate Handbook
This scorpion-like Bakugan has two major methods of attack: It can slice through obstacles with its powerful pincers or poison its opponents with its sharp tail. For defense, Stinglash counts on its exoskeleton, which is made of nearly indestructible titanium steel.
Marucho and Klaus both had Aquos Stinglashes and Jewels had a Subterra Stinglash. Shuji had a Darkus Stinglash and Dan had a Pyrus Stinglash which was sent to the Doom Dimension by Masquerade's Laserman, as it could not protect itself from the lasers. Tatsuya also had a Pyrus Stinglash which got sent to the Doom Dimension by Masquerade's Centipoid. Klaus von Hertzon has an Aquos Stinglash, which got send to the Doom Dimension. In the Bakugan Nintendo DS video game, before Marduk's Vladitor became Battle Ax Vladitor, he had a Darkus Stinglash.
- Ability Card
- Abyss Ruler: Adds 100 Gs to Stinglash. (Aquos)
Stinglash was released in all Attributes. In Japan, its Subterra version in BCV-07 comes with 480 Gs or 500 Gs. The Darkus version has 400 Gs. Another Subterra version has 250 Gs, and an Aquos version also has 250 Gs.
Stinglash is introduced early in the first video game. It is available in all attributes and starts with 210 Gs. Dan and Chan Lee had a Pyrus Stinglash, Marucho and Klaus had Aquos Stinglash, Runo had a Haos Stinglash, Julie had a Subterra Stinglash, Komba had a Ventus Stinglash, Masquerade, Marduk and Shuji had Darkus Stinglash.
- In the Bakugan Official Handbook, Stinglash was accidentally called Stingslash.