Arthur Peregrine, known as Arthur Percival (アーサー・パーシヴァル, Āsā Pāshivuaru) in Japan, is a character in the anime/manga series, Beyblade Burst Rise. He fights with his Beyblade Prime Apocalypse 0Dagger Ultimate Reboot'. He refers himself as the King of Hell (ヘルの王, Heru No Ō) and the Beyblade King (ベイブレードの王, Beiburēdo No Ō).


Arthur is a tall, built man with tan skin, medium-length prussian-blue hair that cover his green hair on the other side with green highlights at the end, turquoise eyes, and red and yellow paint marks on his face. His attire consists of a full black-olive bodysuit with blue and yellow wavy markings, white wraps around his wrists and neck, reddish feathers on the right collar of his bodysuit, a cerulean kilt with dark-red borders connected to cyan dots and held by a white belt, and dark-indigo boots with lavender cuffs and dark-green lines. His color scheme is similar to that of a blue-and-yellow macaw parrot.


Arthur is very rebellious; showing no respect for any rules or etiquette as he barges in the stadium and interrupt the blader's battle. He also showed no interest in the World Champion title.

Arthur is shown to be very arrogant and self-confident, referring to himself as the Beyblade King and authoritatively stating that the weak have no right to Beyblade and decrees all Bladers must follow his rule. His self-confidence is also what caused him to become angry when he lost to Dante Koryu and later Delta Zakuro and start to revenge.



Beyblade Burst Rise


Special Moves

  • Dark Turbo: Prime Apocalypse surrounds itself in a dark crimson with black aura, and is able to consume an opponent's Hyper-Flux.
  • End Blaster: Prime Apocalypse uses the protruding blade on its layer to deal a devastating attack on the opposing bey, causing it to burst and resulting in a massive explosion. In the anime, the impact was shown to be powerful enough to destroy Beystadiums. This move is similar to Xander Shakadera's Saber Strike.
  • Final Blaster: Apocalypse channels more power to the protruding point on its layer to deal a more devastating blow than End Blaster.
  • Prime Reboot: The semi-flat tip on Apocalypse's Ultimate Reboot' driver retracts and the rubber becomes exposed, resulting in a boost that grants Apocalypse more speed and power as it rushes into its opponent like Valt Aoi's Genesis Reboot and Ultimate Genesis Reboot.


Beyblade Burst Rise
Opponent Episode Result
Delta Zakuro 14 Win (2-0)
Aiger Akabane 15 Win (2-0)
Dante Koryu and Delta Zakuro 15 Win (4-0)
Delta Zakuro 17 Win (2-0)
Dante Koryu 18 Lose (1-3)
Delta Zakuro 20 Lose (0-3)
Gwyn Reynolds 21 Lose (0-2)
Dante Koryu, Delta Zakuro, and Arman Kusaba (with Gwyn Reynolds and Blindt DeVoy) 22 TBA

Anime Appearances

Beyblade Burst Rise


Dante Koryu

Delta Zakuro

Blindt DeVoy

Joe Lazure

Gwyn Reynolds


  • "My name is Arthur Percival! I am the King of Beyblade and the wielder of Prime Apocalypse!" - Arthur introducing himself after interrupting the battle in Beyblade Burst Rise - Episode 14.
  • "Too bad for you. Apocalypse has an infinite lock system." - to Aiger after he failed to burst Apocalypse.
  • "It's useless. Give up. I am the king!" - Arthur before he unleash his avatar power.
  • "No matter how bright you shine... The darkness consumes all!" - to Dante and Delta before unleashing his avatar power.
  • "Let light be swallowed by the darkness!" - Arthur before destroying Erase Devolos.
  • "No light can escape the darkness of Apocalypse!" - to Delta after he destroyed Erase Devolos.
  • "It's useless! A king can never lose!" - Arthur to Dante as he activates Prime Reboot.



  • Arthur is one of the three Beyblade Burst Rise characters whose initials are the same as his Bey: Prime Apocalypse, the others being Pheng Hope and Blindt DeVoy.
  • Arthur‘s launch in episodes 14 and 21 of Beyblade Burst Rise is the same as Aiger’s after he obtained Turbo Achilles.
  • He is the second Rise character to own a Dash Performance tip, first being Lodin Haijima.
  • He was the first character to ever defeat Delta Zakuro.
  • Arthur is voiced in Japanese by Shouma Yamamoto, who previously voiced Sakyo Kurayami in Shogun Steel. Additionally, Arthur made his debut by interrupting a battle, similarly to Sakyo.


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