Rashad Goodman (ラシャド・グッドマン, Rashado Guddoman) is the main antagonist of the anime/manga series, Beyblade Burst QuadDrive. Inspired by Valt Aoi, Rashad fought with his own Brave Valtryek Evolution' 2A, and later his own Salvage Valtryek Shot-7. He later becomes known as the High Prince, or the Supreme King (覇王, Haō) in Japan, and replaces his Salvage Valtryek with his new Overdrive Quad Beyblade, Glory Regnar Over High Xtend+'.
Rashad is a tall teenager with tan skin, red eyes, long red hair with six flame-style bangs and light-red tips, a pink band tied around the hair, and mint-green markings on his face: a small upside-down triangle on each cheek and a Beyblade symbol on the forehead. His attire consists of an orange gi shirt, with the right sleeve being short and the left long, a red robe with only a left sleeve, yellow border along the flaps with loose ends, azure, green and pink sections on the back, and a maroon inside, a white sash belt, a cerulean undershirt with white markings under the collar, dark-blue compression pants, burgundy boots with orange sections and yellow tips, and a burgundy fingerless gauntlet with a yellow section and wrist cuff.
After winning the Dynamite Battle Tour, Rashad altered his attire: a white robe with an orange border along the flaps, a red right short sleeve and a yellow spiked pauldron on the left shoulder, a red gi shirt, a purple undershirt that retains the markings from his cerulean shirt, and maroon pants.
Beyblade Burst QuadDrive
- Brave Valtryek Evolution' 2A: Rashad's primary Lightning Beyblade in Beyblade Burst QuadDrive.
- Salvage Valtryek Shot-7: Rashad's primary Quad Beyblade in QuadDrive.
- Glory Regnar Over High Xtend+': Rashad's Overdrive Quad Beyblade in QuadDrive.
- Lightning Launch: When a Blader has achieved complete synchronization with his Beyblade, the Launcher will illuminate and sparkle, granting the bey a temporary increase in speed and power.
- Salvage Whip: Utilizing the speed it builds up with the Shot Driver and its jump feature, Salvage Valtryek strikes the opposing Beyblades with the three blades and the three red rubber blades on the Salvage Blade, dealing massive damage.
- Ultra Flying Upper: Utilizing the jump feature of the Shot Driver in its Awakened State, Salvage Valtryek delivers an even powerful slash that causes the opposing Beyblade to Burst seconds after being struck.
- Ultra Salvage Whip: After shedding the extra rubber blades on the Salvage Blade as proof of its Awakening, Salvage Valtryek strikes the opposing Beyblades with the remaining three blades to deal even more damage to the point of an instant Burst.
- Greatest Lord: As Raphael's stamina runs low in Defense Mode, the 2 armor pieces on its energy layer move upward and clasp together, then projects a halo to increase its stamina and deflect an opposing Beyblade's attack.
- Greatest Breaker: After its layer has transformed to Defense Mode, Raphael channels energy to the aura created to knock opposing Beyblades backwards.
- Greatest Dagger: Greatest Raphael utilizes the short blades on the Armor to deflect the opposing Beyblade's attack.
- Greatest Pendulum: With the Greatest Armor raised, Raphael moves in a circle around the center of the Beystadium and strikes the opposing Beyblade every time it bounces back toward Raphael.
- Greatest Spear: Raphael gathers energy and manipulates the small halo formed with the Greatest Armor to form an energy cone and strikes the opposing Beyblade with full force.
- Greatest Slam:
|Beyblade Burst QuadDrive|
|Valt Aoi||08||Lose (0-2)|
|Bel Daizora||10||Win (2-1)|
|Bel Daizora, Ilya Mao, Ranzo Kiyama, and Bashara Suiro (Battle Royale)||11||Lose|
|Bel Daizora||14||Win (2-1)|
|Bashara Suiro||14||Win (3-0)|
|Valt Aoi||15-16||Win (2-0)|
|Bashara Suiro and Ilya Mao||16||Win (2-0)|
|Bel Daizora, Valt Aoi, and Ranzo Kiyama (with Bashara Suiro and Ilya Mao)||17||Win (1-0)|
|Bashara Suiro and Ilya Mao||18||Win (4-0)|
|Valt Aoi||18-19||Win (0-1)|
|Bashara Suiro and Ilya Mao (Battle Royale)||20||Win|
|Phenomeno Payne||23||Win (2-1)|
|Bel Daizora and Valt Aoi||24||Lose|
|Bel Daizora||25||Win (2-0)|
|Valt Aoi||25||Lose (0-3)|
|Rashad Goodman||26||Lose (0-2)|
A rising star at BC Sol, Rashad Goodman is seen by many as Valt’s successor. It’s no surprise—with his blend of passion and tact, Rashad is a natural-born leader. He looks up to Valt as a brother, but also as a rival to transcend.
- Episode 05 - To the Skies! World Domination!
- Episode 06 - The Other Valtryek!
- Episode 07 - Flipping the Script! Belfyre vs. Fafnir!
- Episode 08 - Dragon's Howl! Roar Balkesh!
- Episode 09 - Lift Off! The Great Aerial Tour!
- Episode 10 - Novas Collide! Bel vs. Rashad!
- Episode 11 - The Dark Prince Strikes! Bel vs. Free!
- Episode 12 - Dark Prince One Day! Minion the Next!
- Episode 13 - Knight of Dragons! Guilty Lúinor!
- Episode 14 - MVP! Great Aerial Tour's Landing!
- Episode 15 - The Demon King's Return! Dangerous Belial!/The Supreme King of Light's Descent!
- Episode 16 - Halo! Greatest Raphael!/Demon King vs. Supreme King! The Deciding Battle for the Strongest Team!
- Episode 17 - Reverse! Reverse! A Great Counterattack!/3rd Round! Battle Royale!
- Episode 18 - The Demon King, Leaves the Team!?/Pumped Up! Overthrow the Monarchy!
- Episode 19 - Rage! Greatest Pendulum!/The Ultimate Bond! Ultimate Valkyrie!
- Episode 20 - Runaway Panic! Full Custom BeyLauncher!/High and Low! The Hybrid Stadium!
- Episode 21 - Immortal Bird! Prominence Phoenix!/Dangerous! It's An Explosive Breakthrough!
- Episode 22 - Wild Crimson Dance! Prominence Shaker!/The Shield Trap of Hatred!
- Episode 23 - Perfect Gear! Chase the Phoenix!/Scorching-Hot! Battle with the Supreme King!
- Episode 24 - A Great Uproar! Hell's Gate!/My Partner! Extreme Battle!
- Episode 25 - Great Clash! Bomber and Halo!/Bonds! Valt vs. Rashad!
- Episode 26 - Dangerous vs. Greatest!/Explosion! The Final Battle!
Rashad harbours a lot of admiration for Valt, even going as far as using a Valkyrie just like him. The respect is also mutual, with Valt even encouraging him to make his own Bey. Even during the Dark Prince vs High Prince battle, the two are still on good terms. However, Rashad has expressed disappointment in how Valt failed to care for his Salvage Valtryek due to it being destroyed, giving him an unwanted free victory.
Initially, the two were on neutral terms, but their opposite personalities rubbed each other the wrong way, resulting in a rivalry that ended in Destruction Belfyre's destruction. However, episode 36 suggests they are on good terms outside of battle.
Bashara is shown to be very respectful toward Rashad, for Rashad pushed him to abandon Demise Spellcreeper for Roar Bahamut to get stronger, as well as helping Bashara become so strong he was able to place 2nd in the world youth tournament, losing to only Rashad himself.
Rashad and Phenomeno battled each other in the finals of the European Junior League, after losing to Rashad, he called Phenomeno's battle style boring. Since then Phenomeno holds a grudge against Rashad for saying those words.
- "This is not the victory I wanted." - Rashad after he breaks Salvage Valtryek.
- "You are the one responsible for breaking Valkyrie!" - Rashad reprimanding Valt over how the latter caused Salvage Valtryek's destruction.
- "Is this your way of Beyblade?"
- Rashad is the second character to own a recolored Valtryek, the first being Azure Eye.
- Rashad is the third character to own a non-generic Beyblade where the avatar's initial is different from his first initial (Rashad and Valkyrie), first being Lain Valhalla and his First Uranus and second being Bashara Suiro and his Death Solomon.
- Rashad is the second of four QuadDrive characters whose initials are the same as their Bey: Glory Regnar, the others being Bel Daizora, Ilya Mao, and Phenomeno Payne.
- After Rashad obtained Glory Regnar, he can be seen as a direct foil to Bel:
- Rashad gained a new title, the "High Prince", which contrasts with Bel's "Dark Prince" title.
- Bel is mischievous and immature while Rashad is serious.
- Glory Regnar is based on angel, while Belfyre is based on a demon.
- Rashad is the first antagonist to own a motif that was originally owned by a main protagonist, being Valt Aoi's Valtryek.
- Initial English dub information provided in official materials stated his dub title to be the same "Supreme King" title as the Japanese version. However, his finalized title in the dub is "High Prince" instead.