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Break Ogre (Japanese: ブレイクオーガ, Bureikuōga, Breakogre) is a Power-Type B-Daman in the Zero 2 Strike Shot series. It was released in Japan in February 2005, and sold for 819円. It's included strike shot is the Metal Shot.

It is Gunnos' second B-Daman in the Blaster Core System, after Gun Breaker.

Special Features

The Break Ogre is a power-oriented B-Daman, and features a Delta Core and the Power Trigger. It also includes a Metal Shot as its strike shot.


  • B-Daman Zero Body: Break Ogre features a metallic gray skeleton, of a similar shade to Mega Diabros.
  • Core - Drive Core: Like Cobalt Saber Fire, Break Ogre has a Drive Core in which case is of a gray coloration with red Hold Parts, Trigger, and a white Drive Strip.
  • Head Armor and Visor - Ogre Visor: Despite the name, the Ogre Visor is designed like the head of an elephant. It has two white tusk-like pieces, on the front, along with a blue visor, red eye designs, camouflage on the ears, and an elephant trunk curving backwards. On the top of the head sits a small white bit that the elephant truck curves towards.
  • Shoulder Armor - Break Shoulder: Each Break Shoulder armor piece is broad, reaching up to 1/3 the height of the Ogre Visor's elephant ears, also featuring camo stickers with Gunnos' name on them. On the sides, are elephant tusks that reach up a bit higher.
  • Wrist Armor - Break Arm: The Break Arm pieces are white, with two claws and stickers forming a vented design on each arm. They serve no purpose, other than aesthetics.
  • Foot Armor - Ogre Foot: The Foot Armor of Break Ogre, each Ogre Foot piece is green-blue with a two-toed design with bits resembling knee guards.
  • Trigger - Power Trigger: An alternative trigger featuring a spring-loaded gear system that converts a longer movement of the trigger into a shorter movement of the pusher, resulting in more leverage. The result is a feeling of smoother and easier shots, at the cost of slower pusher motion which tends towards lower muzzle velocity. Thus, the "power" referred to in the name of the trigger is the power of the trigger push, rather than the power of the resultant shot - the trigger grants one more power to push the trigger, making it easier to shoot. Due to the gearbox the trigger is greatly extended, increasing its length to 90mm. To prevent wobbling, the Power Trigger features a small gear system that ensures that it presses smoothly. It also features a small fin on its underside for stability, as well as two small ledges on the back, allowing it to be used as a one-handed grip.


  • Break Ogre Black Ver. - Limited edition with a black, red and yellow color scheme. Second tournament prize for Winners Battle Colosseum in Japan.
  • Break Ogre Clear Green Ver. - Limited clear green armor with clear IBA body. Sold for 920円 in March 2005.
  • Power Trigger Cyclone Ver. - Sold separately. Recolor based on Chrome Raven Cyclone. Comes packaged with a Delta Core.
  • Berserk Ogre - Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits! GBA game only.


Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits!

Break Ogre debuts in Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits! when Gunnos saves the people of a B-DaCrafting town. Out of gratefulness they give him their prized and newly-crafted B-Daman; Break Ogre. After realizing that this was actually a carved stone prototype, Gunnos returns it and leaves. He would soon be approached by a gang bent on revenge and would be forced with his back against the wall. With the help of the villagers and Yamato, Gunnos combines his Metal Shot and the stone prototype to create an actual Break Ogre. He would then invent his new special move, the "Metallic Stamp" to win the match. Gunnos and Yamato would next head to the voice of the wind, in search for another Strike Shot. There, they found a new challenge, Aqulas and his new found Revolver Hades. Gunnos would challenge Aqulas to prove Break Ogre's power. Gunnos took what seemed to be the advantage with Break Ogre's incredible power, but was defeated due to Aqulas' overwhelming strategic genius and the Stealth Shot's cloaking ability.