Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits! (partially found English dub of second season of anime; mid-late 2000s)

Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits! (English Dub)
Still from the series.
Still from the series.
Status Partially Found

Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits! is the second season of the anime series Battle B-Daman. The series surrounds a universe of creature battling comparable to Pokemon or Yu-Gi-Oh. In the first season, the protagonist Yamato Delgado builds up his skills and goes up against the Shadow Allegiance. In the second season, Yamato participates in a Winners Tournament with old friends and rivals.[1] The dub of the second season was done by Etcetera Group and was licensed by Hasbro.[2]

The English dub of the first season aired numerous times in many countries, and it's widely available. However, the dubbed second season only aired in Canada on YTV, in Singapore on OKTO, as well as in the Philippines and India on Cartoon Network. Of the 51 dubbed episodes produced, 23 have been found. The found and lost articles are available to view in the table below.


1 "Wishes of the Stars." Found
2 "Two-boy Crash." Found
3 "The Great Brave." Found
4 "Gold Rush." Missing
5 "Encounters." Missing
6 "Battle Runner." Missing
7 "The Chucker-out in the Wilderness." Missing
8 "The Flame." Missing
9 "No Mercy." Missing
10 "Reunion." Found
11 "Goodbye Friend." Found
12 "Count to three." Found
13 "Whiteout." Found
14 "Elergy for the Guys." Found
15 "Countdown." Found
16 "The Way to the Dragon." Found
17 "Youth Carnival." Found
18 "The Qualifiers." Found
19 "Hard to Hit." Found
20 "Hot Shot." Found
21 "Swallow Tail." Found
22 "Inside the Labyrinth Found
23 "Rules to be a Hero." Found
24 "Days of Anger." Found
25 "Semi-Final." Found
26 "Glory with Wounds." Found
27 "High Noon." Missing
28 "Trading Places." Missing
29 "The Fugitive." Missing
30 "Wings of Friendship." Missing
31 "Spider." Missing
32 "End of the World." Missing
33 "Closed Forests." Missing
34 "Caveman." Missing
35 "Twins." Missing
36 "Melody of Betrayal." Missing
37 "Breaking The Waves." Missing
38 "Dagon's a close call." Missing
39 "Day of Revival." Missing
40 "Bonnie and Clyde." Found (LQ)
41 "Howling." Found
42 "When Time Ran Out." Found
43 "Independence Day." Missing
44 "We Are Not Angels." Missing
45 "Please Give Me Wings." Missing
46 "Reviving Ferocious Wolf." Missing
47 "Brainstorm." Missing
48 "Gone with The Wind." Missing
49 "Is There Tomorrow." Missing
50 "Heaven and Hell." Missing
51 "Shoot Facing Tomorrow." Missing

See also

  • Crash B-Daman - The successor to Fire Spirits was dubbed into English exclusively for the South East Asian TV market and is entirely lost.


  1. Wikipedia article. Retrieved 17 Mar '17.
  2. Anime News Network article about the dub. Retrieved 27 Dec '16.



Anonymous user #1

10 months ago
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And nothing of value was lost.


9 months ago
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YTV only aired the first 26 episodes.

Anonymous user #2

8 months ago
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I thought this was the lost dub in English of Bomberman B-daman Bakugaiden

There is only one fragment on YouTube about Chapter 4, although there are dubbing that was lost on YouTube, apparently the series reached the Spanish audio, I would like someone to let me know if dubbing in English and Spanish are lost


8 months ago
Score 0++
It would be nice if you could link to that video.


8 months ago
Score 0++
You want to know something even more lost? I'm from Canada and I remember seeing Fire Spirits B-Daman toys in stores with the correct English packaging, but if you look online, no reference to that happening.


3 months ago
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How do you know the dub episode titles?
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