Bit Beasts

Some articles on bit, bit beast, bit beasts:

Teams - Season Three - BEGA League
... Their bit-beasts are named after the Greek and Roman gods ... First appearance G Revolution Japanese name Ming-Ming Bit-beast Venus Ming-Ming (voiced by Stephanie Beard in the English version and Aya Hirano in the original Japanese version) Ming-M ... Like Tyson, he is at one with his bit beast, but Brooklyn forms physical traits of his bit beast, for instance wings form on his back that reflect his bit ...
Lee Wong - Teams - Season Three - BEGA League
... Their bit-beasts are named after the Greek and Roman gods ... character First appearance G Revolution Japanese name Ming-Ming Bit-beast Venus Ming-Ming (voiced by Stephanie Beard in the English version and Aya Hirano in ... Like Tyson, he is at one with his bit beast, but Brooklyn forms physical traits of his bit beast, for instance wings form on his back that reflect his bit ...
Beyblade - Plot - Beyblade: V-Force
... Saint Shields, attack the Blade-breakers by trying to steal their bit-beasts for their own reasons ... Saint Shields and Team Psykick are after their bit-beasts and about a rock that Max's mother found that contains bit-beasts, which is stolen by Team Psykick ... The Saint Shields' reason is because they wish to seal the bit-beasts in a rock because they fear that the bit-beasts could get out of control like they did ...
Lee Wong - Teams - Season Two - Saint Shields
... reveal that they want to capture the four sacred bit beasts in order to prevent them from falling into wrong hands ... All members wear similar clothing and have Bit-Beasts at first invisible for the Bladebreakers ... His bit-beast is Flash Leopard ...

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