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The '''original Beyblade series''' consists of the three seasons, [[Beyblade (First Anime Series)|Beyblade]], [[Beyblade: V-Force]] and, [[Beyblade: G-Revolution]], based on the original manga, Beyblade. The series ran from 2001 to 2003. The story follows a team called the [[Bladebreakers]] who try to win a World Championship with spinning tops called Beyblades which hold beasts inside. Along the way they make new enemies and allies. It aired on TV Tokyo in Japan and was licensed for distribution by Nelvana for other territories. Each season consists of 51 episodes with the exception of G-Revolution which contains 52 episodes. Bringing up to a total of 154 episodes produced. A new series entitled, [[Beyblade: Metal Fusion]], a spin-off of the original Beyblade anime and based on the manga, Metal Fight Beyblade debuted in 2009 (2010 in other territories) with a whole new cast of characters and a new story. And even Beyblade: Shogun Steel.
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The '''original Beyblade series''' consists of the three seasons, [[Beyblade (First Anime Series)|Beyblade]], [[Beyblade: V-Force]] and, [[Beyblade: G-Revolution]], based on the original manga, Beyblade. The series ran from 2001 to 2003. The story follows a team called the [[Bladebreakers]] who try to win a World Championship with spinning tops called Beyblades which hold beasts inside. Along the way they make new enemies and allies. It aired on TV Tokyo in Japan and was licensed for distribution by Nelvana for other territories. Each season consists of 51 episodes with the exception of G-Revolution, which contains 52 episodes, bringing it up to a total of 154 episodes produced. The series released since then are set in alternate continuities from the original Beyblade series with new characters and storylines. These series include [[Beyblade: Metal Fusion]], [[Beyblade: Metal Masters|Metal Masters]], [[Beyblade: Metal Fury|Metal Fury]], and [[Beyblade: Shogun Steel (anime)|Shogun Steel]] (informally known as the [[Metal Saga]]) and [[Beyblade Burst]].
   
 
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===''Beyblade: V-Force''===
 
===''Beyblade: V-Force''===
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''Main Article: [[Beyblade: V-Force]]''
   
The Bladebreakers have disbanded but their enemy teams reunite them quickly enough. Two new teams, [[Team Psykick]] and [[Saint Shields]] attack them by trying to steal their Bit-Beasts' for their own purposes. [[Hilary Tachibana]] joins the team and throughout the season she learns Beyblade isn't a stupid game.
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The Bladebreakers have disbanded but their enemy teams reunite them quickly enough. Two new teams, [[Team Psykick]] and [[Saint Shields]] attack them by trying to steal their Bit-Beasts' for their own purposes. Beyblade skeptic [[Hilary Tachibana]] joins the team and throughout the season she learns the true value of Beyblading.
   
 
===''Beyblade: G-Revolution''===
 
===''Beyblade: G-Revolution''===
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''Main Article: [[Beyblade: G-Revolution]]''
   
Tyson, Max, Ray and Kai have once again disbanded the team and rejoined their old teams so they have a chance to beat each-other at the World Championship. This leaves Tyson, Kenny and Hilary left on the team but a new Blader, [[Daichi Sumeragi]] and Tyson's older brother [[Hiro Granger]] join them. However when the team needs new Bey's, the shops only sell them to another team, BEGA. But, Kenny makes new Beys for the team using different parts. However the team needs one more member to get in the World Championship. Kai, returns to the group after failing to join team BEGA. The team then partake in the World Championship to become the best Beyblader in the world.
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In order to face each other at the World Championship, Tyson, Max, Ray and Kai have once again disbanded the team and rejoined their old teams. With only Tyson, Kenny and Hilary left in the Bladebreakers, a new Blader, [[Daichi Sumeragi]] and Tyson's older brother [[Hiro Granger]] join them. Soon after the World Championship, the evil Boris creates BEGA as a replacement to the Beyblade Battle Association and to take control of all Beyblade activity. In order to stop Boris, Tyson challenges him, which leads to the creation of the Justice 5 tournament with the fate of Beyblade in the balance.
 
===''Beyblade: Rising''===
 
===''Beyblade: Rising''===
   
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Beyblade

The original Beyblade series consists of the three seasons, Beyblade, Beyblade: V-Force and, Beyblade: G-Revolution, based on the original manga, Beyblade. The series ran from 2001 to 2003. The story follows a team called the Bladebreakers who try to win a World Championship with spinning tops called Beyblades which hold beasts inside. Along the way they make new enemies and allies. It aired on TV Tokyo in Japan and was licensed for distribution by Nelvana for other territories. Each season consists of 51 episodes with the exception of G-Revolution, which contains 52 episodes, bringing it up to a total of 154 episodes produced. The series released since then are set in alternate continuities from the original Beyblade series with new characters and storylines. These series include Beyblade: Metal Fusion, Metal Masters, Metal Fury, and Shogun Steel (informally known as the Metal Saga) and Beyblade Burst.

Tag Line: Let it Rip!

Seasons

Beyblade

Main Article: Beyblade
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U.S. Beyblade Logo.

Tyson Granger, a young boy and his friend, Kenny enter the Japanese Regional Qualifying Beyblade Tournament. There he meets Ray Kon, Max Tate and, Kai Hiwatari and organize a team called the Bladebreakers in order to win the Beyblade World Championship.

Beyblade: V-Force

Main Article: Beyblade: V-Force

The Bladebreakers have disbanded but their enemy teams reunite them quickly enough. Two new teams, Team Psykick and Saint Shields attack them by trying to steal their Bit-Beasts' for their own purposes. Beyblade skeptic Hilary Tachibana joins the team and throughout the season she learns the true value of Beyblading.

Beyblade: G-Revolution

Main Article: Beyblade: G-Revolution

In order to face each other at the World Championship, Tyson, Max, Ray and Kai have once again disbanded the team and rejoined their old teams. With only Tyson, Kenny and Hilary left in the Bladebreakers, a new Blader, Daichi Sumeragi and Tyson's older brother Hiro Granger join them. Soon after the World Championship, the evil Boris creates BEGA as a replacement to the Beyblade Battle Association and to take control of all Beyblade activity. In order to stop Boris, Tyson challenges him, which leads to the creation of the Justice 5 tournament with the fate of Beyblade in the balance.

Beyblade: Rising

Beyblade Original Series Complete Bit beasts, Attacks And Launching Styles

Beyblade Original Series Complete Bit beasts, Attacks And Launching Styles

Main article: Bakuten Shoot Beyblade: Rising

A manga-only sequel to the series, following the characters after G-Revolution.

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