|Special Move/s|| Rising Overdrive (Emblem Charge/Double Emblem Charge) |
Extreme Dragon Overdrive (Version-Up Double Emblem Charge)
|First Appearance||Episode 11 (FBE11)|
|Japanese CV||Kentaro Ito|
Body Set: Dracyan 2
Head Part: Dracyan Head 2
The Head Part of the Dracyan 2 Body Set is redesigned from the one on the original Thunder Dracyan, featuring translucent Head Armor, whose central part can be re-positioned downwards at the front of the Core Part to increase its power by building up friction. It can also be removed and placed on the Head Part of Spike Phoenix as part of its Super Fusion.
Unlike with most Emblem Charge System B-Daman, Rising Dracyan has a set of four Emblems instead of two. Two Emblem Parts on the shoulders of the Arm Parts, and the other two at the back of the Leg Part's feet. Should all four Emblem Parts be pressed, the user can perform a "Double Emblem Charge".
This B-Daman has solid red Stud Parts.
Arm Parts: Dracyan Arm 2
They are a re-designed version of Dracyan's Arm Parts with the upper Emblems at the front of the shoulders.
Leg Parts: Dracyan Leg 2
This Leg Part is a re-designed version of that on the original Thunder Dracyan, including the lower Emblem Parts.
Core Part: Rising
Rising takes Accele, and improves upon it to an entirely new level. This Core Part's gimmick is that of a set of Hold Parts made of rubber, including a new Drive Strip with a ridged design for a better drive spin effect than the original. By performing an Emblem Charge with the Emblem Parts on the shoulders, the upper Hold Parts can be squeezed in. The Drive Strip can be raised (hence the Core Part's name) by performing an Emblem Charge with the lower Emblems on the Leg Part. To bring out the full power of Rising, the user must perform the Double Emblem Charge by pressing all four Emblems.
- It was revealed in the last episode that Dracyan has a younger brother, who is partners with Tamada.
- Similar to it's predecessor, the Drive Strip of this B-Daman is the same color as the Spike Core that comes with the Garuburn Ultimate.
- As with its predecessor, Rising=Dracyan is voiced by Kentaro Ito in the Japanese version.
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