|“||They say the best offense is a good defense, and Satomb and I know just when to turn the tables.||”|
- Silas Karlisle, Burst Evolution Episode 1
Silas Karlisle, known as Sisco Karlisle (シスコ・カーライル, Shisuko Kārairu) in the Japanese version, is a character appearing in the anime/manga series, Beyblade Burst Evolution and later appears in Turbo and Surge. He is a member of BC Sol and was briefly a member of Sunbat United. His current Beyblade is Curse Satomb Hurricane Universe 1D.
- 1 Appearance
- 2 Personality
- 3 Biography
- 4 Beyblade(s)
- 5 Beybattles
- 6 Official Descriptions
- 7 Relationships
- 8 Quotes
- 9 Video
- 10 Gallery
- 11 Trivia
- 12 References
Silas is a tall teenage boy with blue eyes, messy green hair with a yellow lightning-shaped streak bang, purple-tinted triangular glasses, and sharp teeth, like Xander Shakadera and Lui Shirosagi. He also has a purple circle tattoo with a black Beyblade symbol on his left shoulder.
In Evolution, Silas wears a sleeveless black fur-trimmed green jacket over a black shirt, with a rip that goes across the bottom of it, exposing his midriff, a brown studded belt with a purple "S" design in the center, long black gloves, brown boots, and dark brown pants.
In Turbo, Silas retains his green jacket and a brown belt with the purple "S" buckle, but now wears a medium-aquamarine turtle-neck shirt, black gloves with a lime stripe from the middle and ring finger sleeves and extending up to the v-shaped cuff, brown pants with two diagonal lime stripes on each thigh area, and dark-gray boots with knee pads.
In Surge, Silas wears a black fur-trimmed green jacket with white vertical stripes without a shirt underneath, dark-green pants, a brown belt with studs, and he adorns his black gloves and brown boots from Evolution, and his purple "S" buckle.
Silas is quite rude and arrogant. He is a confident Blader and doesn't care about other's Beys as seen when his Bey, Kinetic Satomb, flings Valt's Victory Valtryek into a pillar, cracking its Layer. Silas only truly tries his hardest against opponents that he believes are strong, as when he faces Valt Aoi for the first time and other Bladers he usually disrespects their abilities or doesn't see them as true opponents.
Silas also has a habit of getting the cricks out of his neck when he is trying to intimidate the Bladers that he is facing or when he is sure that he will triumph over them. When he is bothered, Silas becomes much more rude and snappish, and doesn't answer any questions.
Silas also is known across the world as a powerful Blader, as before he joined BC Sol, he visited many dojos and battled to improve his skills. There, he met and defeated scores of Bladers, not caring about how they were hurt or if he burst their Beys.
Silas's downfall is his cockiness. His arrogance is almost as high as Lui's and has cost him important matches. One good example of this is during the World League, where Silas battled Free De La Hoya and lost simply because of his overconfidence, becoming blind that when he used Cyclone Loop his rollers nullified Drain Fafnir's Drain Spin but moved his Layer causing Satomb to Burst.
However, over the course of the series, Silas eventually mellows out and becomes kinder towards his peers, especially towards Valt Aoi, though he still retains some of his original arrogance at times such as when he faced Lui in the International Blader's Cup.
Silas also has trouble fitting in and making friends due to his arrogance. He sometimes is annoyed when his teammates are cheering for him, but not always. He also keeps his distance from others with for example crossing his arms, which can be whether seen as him being disrespectful or even as a secret insecurity, since he has trouble getting along with others and he doesn't seem to like nice talk and body contact. Later in Evolution though, he starts getting along more with his peers, giving Valt advice and indirectly supporting his teammates.
In Surge, Silas became friendlier and started to accept battles from his friends with polite behavior.
Silas is introduced in the first episode of Beyblade Burst Evolution. He’s first seen challenging one of the strongest Bladers in the neighborhood, Pablo, while Valt and Kit watch. After easily winning the match with a Burst Finish, he is challenged by Valt. Just like the battle against Pablo, Silas manages to beat Valt with a Burst Finish as well. The Burst Finish causes Valtryek to go flying into a nearby pillar, cracking it. Silas taunts Valt and leaves shortly after. Silas is approached by Valt later on in the episode who demands a rematch after evolving his Bey into Genesis Valtryek. During the rematch, Valt beats Silas with a Burst Finish, making Silas genuinely surprised at his loss. Silas leaves the stadium claiming that he’ll remember the match.
Silas is next seen when BC Sol goes against Sunbat United. He loses a round and gets scolded by Wakiya who says that his team has no room for losers. This prompts Silas to leave Sunbat United when the friendly exhibition matches are over.
During his time in BC Sol, he gets chosen to battle for his team in the World League. He is the one who wins the last battle of the finals against the Raging Bulls and Joshua Burns, thus launching his club to the podium.
He is later chosen to participate in the International Bladers' Cup, and ends up winning fifth place.
In Turbo, he is seen challenging Valt Aoi, a teammate, to the World Champion title but loses 2-3.
In Surge, he makes his first appears battling against Valt and Rantaro with his evolved Bey Curse Satomb Hurricane Universe 1D; the outcome of that battle is unknown, however. Later on, he witnesses Hyuga Hizashi and Hikaru Hizashi's battle against Valt Aoi. He starts taking interest in the brothers, especially Hyuga, and challenges them to a series of matches. He is joined by Rantaro, and the two end up winning 333 times and not losing once against the Hizashi brothers. After that point, he is usually seen training at the National Training Center in the Rainbow Tree Arena. He does several intense exercises, and when Hyuga joins him in training, he starts to speed up, causing the young Blader to also pick up the pace and fall. Hyuga later challenges Silas to a battle, with the former Blader winning. This causes Silas to see him as a formidable rival instead of a newbie Blader. Later in Surge, Silas participates in the Legend Festival and is teamed up with Rantaro Kiyama and Dante Koryu. While he works well with them, he is still eliminated from the festival. He teamed up with Free De La Hoya for the Legend Super Tag League. However, during the events of the Legend Super Tag League, he becomes warmer to Free, despite their rivalry.
- Kinetic Satomb 2Glaive Loop: Silas' primary Beyblade in the Beyblade Burst Evolution anime. Silas once removed the Glaive frame during his battle against Joshua Burns, Before he use Valt's Vortex frame.
- Kinetic Satomb 2Vortex Loop: Silas uses this Beyblade after him borrowed Valt's Vortex frame.
- Curse Satomb Hurricane Universe 1D: Silas' Lightning Beyblade in the Beyblade Burst Surge anime.
- Right-handed Launch: Similar to Shu, Silas holds his launcher in his domiant hand, being his left hand. This allows Satomb to have a more stable and controlled spin.
- Left-handed Launch: With Silas' launcher in his non-domiant hand, being his right hand, Satomb spins at a faster speed and gains more power.
- Lightning Launch:
- Roller Defense: Satomb uses the rollers on its Layer to deflect incoming attacks.
- Roller Drift: Satomb falls on the curved edge rollers on its Loop Performance Tip, allowing it to drift back around and counter-attack.
- Cyclone Loop: Satomb uses the curved edges on its Loop Performance Tip to drift in a circle around the stadium, gaining speed and power, and then it attacks.
- Universe Drift: Satomb falls on the curved edge of its Universe Driver, allowing it to drift back for a counter-attack.
- Triple Twister: Satomb uses the 5 rollers on the Curse Ring, the Hurricane Disc's free-spinning feature and the curved edge of the Universe Driver to create three layers of Rings capable of deflecting opposing Beyblades or can be used as a attack, but this can cause Satomb to lose Stamina.
|Beyblade Burst Evolution|
|Valt Aoi||01||Win (2-0)|
|Valt Aoi||01||Lose (1-2)|
|Valt Aoi||05||Win (3-1)|
|Free De La Hoya||05||Lose (0-2)|
|Django Del Toro||06||Win (2-0)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||06||Win (2-0)|
|Rantaro Kiyama||07||Lose (0-2)|
|Wakiya Murasaki||11||Win (2-0)|
|Ghasem Madal||14 (Flashback)||Win (2-0)|
|Ghasem Madal||14||Lose (0-2)|
|Ghasem Madal||15||Win (2-0)|
|Unknown Blader||25||Win (2-0)|
|Ghasem Madal||26||Lose (0-2)|
|Xander Shakadera||29-30||Lose (1-2)|
|Free De La Hoya||34||Lose (0-2)|
|Joshua Burns||35||Win (2-1)|
|Xander Shakadera||42||Win (2-1)|
|Wakiya Murasaki||42 (flashback)||(1-1) (Unknown winner)|
|Lui Shirosagi||43||Lose (0-2)|
|Free De La Hoya||44||Lose (0-2)|
|Valt Aoi||45||Lose (0-2)|
|Joshua Burns||45||Win (2-0)|
|Ren Wu Sun||46||Win (2-0)|
|Beyblade Burst Turbo|
|Valt Aoi||13||Lose (2-3)|
|Beyblade Burst Surge|
|Valt Aoi & Rantaro Kiyama||01||Result Unknown|
|Hyuga Hizashi & Hikaru Hizashi (with Rantaro Kiyama)||02||Win (Battle Unseen) (333-0)|
|Hyuga Hizashi||03||Win (2-0)|
|Hyuga Hizashi||03||Lose (0-2)|
|Hyuga Hizashi||04||Win (2-0)|
|Hikaru Hizashi, Dante Koryu, Lui Shirosagi, & Lain Valhalla (Battle Royale)||11||Lose (0-4)|
|Valt Aoi & Free De La Hoya (with Rantaro Kiyama)||12||Lose (2-3)|
|Aiger Akabane & Lain Valhalla (with Dante Koryu)||13||Lose (0-4)|
|Aiger Akabane & Ranjiro Kiyama (with Free De La Hoya)||19||Lose (1-2)|
|Dante Koryu & Lui Shirosagi (with Free De La Hoya)||21||Win (2-1)|
|Valt Aoi & Rantaro Kiyama (with Free De La Hoya)||22||Lose (0-2)|
|Shu Kurenai & Lain Valhalla (with Free De La Hoya)||23||Lose (0-2)|
|Hikaru & Hyuga Hizashi (with Free De La Hoya)||24||Lose (0-2)|
Hailed as a Beyblade genius, Silas seeks out strong Bladers to battle because he believes this to be the best way to improve his skills. Silas is an arrogant Blader who thinks the world revolves around him—let’s just say the word ‘sorry’ is not in his vocabulary.
Another Blading legend from the illustrious BC Sol, the powerhouse known as Silas Karlisle has dominated countless tournaments. Years ago, he helped bring the club to prominence alongside Valt Aoi and Rantaro Kiyama. Insolent and unapologetic, Silas believes the world revolves around him.
Silas and Valt's relationship first started out a rocky one, as Silas damaged Victory Valtryek. He got shocked, however, when Valt burst his Satomb with his newly upgraded Genesis Valtryek. After Sunbat United and BC Sol's friendly match, Silas joined BC Sol, and while he got along well with Valt for the most part, there were moments where the two had disagreements. However, by the time of the World League, Silas eventually came to accept Valt's leadership, especially after borrowing Valt's Vortex Frame for his final battle against Joshua Burns.
During the International Blader's Cup, Silas told Valt he would win his matches, and wanted the both of them to reach the finals. Silas even advised Valt to remove the Strike God Chip for his match against Boa Alcazaba.
Silas has respect for Free De La Hoya's skills, being the best Blader in the World, and fights hard to beat him, thinking of him as one of the only worthy opponents. But, he hates how Valt Aoi, Rantaro Kiyama, and BC Sol as a whole depend on him for his skills so often, and after Free's transfer to the Raging Bulls, Silas takes leadership of the team and works to make it better. Silas also has more urge than anyone to defeat Free, as seen when he used his Roller Defense in the World League to prevent Fafnir's Drain Spin and went as far as to reverse spin steal from Fafnir in the International Blader's Cup.
Silas does not think much of Ghasem at first. During their first encounter, Ghasem was desperate to defeat Silas for humiliating his friends in a battle, despite not knowing much about Beyblade himself. After Silas Burst and destroyed his Bey, Ghasem became bent on revenge, due to the fact that the Bey was given to him by his late father.
During their first battle in the European League, Silas launched with his right hand because of his lack of respect for Ghasem. After he lost, he gained some respect for Ghasem and decided to go all out and battle against him with a left-handed launch. Silas eventually won in the battle and got BC Sol into the World League.
Silas and Wakiya were both briefly teammates for Sunbat United. However, Silas was shown to disapprove of Wakiya's bossiness, calling him a 'spoiled brat' and saying that he hates how Sunbat United is a team for losers. Despite there being friction between the two, Wakiya at one point helped convince Silas to return to BC Sol after the latter couldn't find any opponents who could challenge him. Wakiya later helps Silas train to win against Xander in the International Blader's Cup.
At first Silas regards Hyuga as a rookie Blader not worthy of his time, but when Hyuga tried to keep up with him during their training and later is able to beat him, Silas slowly becomes nice to him and starts to him as a worthy rival, even congratulating him for winning the the second Battle Royale of the Legend Festival. He is also shown to ask Hyuga to train with him, and he looks for the young Blader when he doesn't show up to the National Training Center. Despite, their improving relationship, Silas continues to ignore Hyuga and not show his feelings towards him in front of others.
- "You know what to do, Satomb!" - in his first ever match with Valt
- "And that's how we do it in the big leagues, kid."
- "Show no mercy! Unleash your power!"
- "Kid, you're getting on my nerves!"
- "I'll finish him off before you can even bat an eye."
- "What is that? Some kind of ancient relic?"
- "Will you two stop?! You take annoying to a whole new level!"
- "Say good night, Satomb!"
- "That is the lamest thing I've ever heard." - hearing about Rantaro's fear of unicorns
- "I WANT MY LIFE BACK!" - After finding Cuza above his bed
- "This team is a perfect fit for you, it's made for losers." -to Wakiya
- "You've gotta be kidding me!" - after losing to Free in an embarrassing, unexpected way
- "It's all because of the great advice I gave him! He can thank me later." -after Valt defeats Boa
- "Well, I guess they didn't get the memo." -after Valt and Shu decide to have a battle right after the International Blader's Cup final.
- "Who are you and what did you do to the Free we know?" - after Free apologized to BC Sol.
- "Battling against me is a privilege. You better keep up!"
- "Heh. He certainly reminds me of someone." -comparing Hyuga to young Valt
- "Forget it. You lost 333 times to me already. Did you come back for 334?"
- "Heh. That Bamboo Shoot actually pulled it off." -when Hyuga won
- "Keep it up, Dante!"
- "I won't! Triple Twister!"
- "D-Does my journey end here?!" -after losing the Legend Festival
- "Maybe it's cause he has a terrible teacher." -to Rantaro when Hyuga disappeared right before the start of the Legend Festival.
For a full gallery of images of Silas, see Silas Karlisle/Gallery.
- Silas is the only Group B Blader of the International Blader's Cup who isn't a member of the previous Big Five.
- In Evolution, his ranking after the international Blader's cup was number 5, making him ranked 5th in the world at that time.
- Silas is the third Blader after Michael Summers and Shu Kurenai who can launch their Beyblades with both of their hands.
- Silas is the first Burst blader to have borrowed a part from another Blader's Beyblade, followed by Dante Koryu in Beyblade Burst Rise.
- In both the manga and anime, he likes to refer to himself as "oresama" which means "great me" in Japanese, befitting his arrogant attitude.
- He can be considered to be Burst counterpart of Kyoya Tategami:
- Both have green hair.
- Both wear similar clothes.
- Both start out as rude and arrogant, but eventually mellow out and become nicer over time.
- Both use Defense type Beys.
- Silas could also be considered Kite Unabara's Burst counterpart due to his striking resemblance to the latter both in appearance and personality. Also, both characters are voiced by Takuma Terashima in the Japanese version.
- And again, they also both use defense-types.
- He is also similar to Lui in that they are both rude and arrogant, left-handed (although Silas is ambidextrous), have sharp teeth and also cause harm or destruction to a main character's Bey (e.g. Silas damaged Valt's Victory Valtryek and Lui destroyed Shu's Storm Spryzen)
- Silas, along with Shu and Valt, is a new member of the Big Five after the International Blader's Cup.
- Silas is one of three major characters who wear glasses in the Burst series, along with Naoki Minamo and Fumiya Kindo.
- Though Silas is ambidextrous, he generally prefers to use left-handed launches. Additionally, his Bey is based off of Satan, who is often considered left-handed.
- Silas is one of twelve Beyblade Burst Evolution characters whose initials are the same as their evolved Bey: Kinetic Satomb, the others being Free De La Hoya, Cuza Ackermann, Daigo Kurogami, Xander Shakadera, Boa Alcazaba, Ghasem Madal, Joshua Burns, Ren Wu Sun, Clio Delon, Norman Tarver, and Kurt Baratier.
- Silas is one of ten characters who did not make an anime debut in Beyblade Burst Rise, but made an appearance in the manga: the six others being Lui Shirosagi, Kristina Kuroda, Trad Vasquez, Shu Kurenai, Rantaro Kiyama, Ken Midori, Raul Comas, Kit Lopez, and Daigo Kurogami.
- Silas and Delta Zakuro wield demon based Beys and are yet not antagonists, in this case Satomb (Satan).
- Silas is the only member of the Big Five after the International Blader's Cup to not own a Turbo Bey.
- Silas's Zodiac is a Cancer.
- Silas can be seen on the cover for the very first chapter of the Beyblade Burst manga, despite not making his official debut until Beyblade Burst Evolution.