Tyson and Daichi disguise themselves in an effort to get badly needed replacement parts for their damaged Beyblades. But without an official BEGA I.D. card signifying membership in the new league – something they steadfastly refuse to get - they’re shut out from getting parts at any store. Despairing about how they’ll solve this dilemma, they’re visited by members of various teams they fought against in the World Championships: White Tiger X, PPB All Starz, Barthez Battalion, and F Dynasty. These former foes don’t like Boris and his professional BEGA league either, seeing this new entity as a threat to the sport of Beyblading. They vow to help Tyson and the other members of the BBA Revolution in whatever way they can to overthrow BEGA. Boarding a bus to the location Tyson and Daichi trained at, two questions remain unanswered. Which players from this talented assemblage will form the new five-player team to contend against BEGA’s best? And can they create a new, more powerful Beyblade with which to accomplish this task? Hilary surprises all by displaying her new ‘Hilary Star Flash’ persona in an attempt to secure a spot on the team as a player. Her skills are lacking however, and she’s relegated to helping Mr. Dickenson, Grandpa and Mr. Tate prepare food for the group. But despite Hilary’s setback, Mariah, Julia and Matilda show the boys that the girls can indeed compete for one of the five player positions on the squad. Practice, battling and training is the order of the day as everyone vies for one of the coveted spots, which have yet be decided. As for the Beyblade situation, Kenny, Miguel and Emily succeed in utilizing data from past battles and leftover parts to create the revolutionary new Beyblade they’ve been seeking – Dragoon Metal Storm.