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Revision as of 17:05, 14 March 2013

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Aquagon was a sea creature that was transformed by a Brain.


<spoiler>Aquagon was formerly a peaceful creature that lived in the sea. After the invasion of the Brains, it was possessed and transformed into a dangerous sea serpent creature.

After being transformed, Aquagon and its species attacked the water system of Makuhero City in an effort to destroy the city. Hero Factory sent Nathan Evo to the water circuit to defend the city's sewers from Aquagon's attack. Evo was chased by Aquagon and his species in the service channels, but Evo managed to fend them off using his Vortex Staff.

Aquagon and his species kept chasing Evo through the channels. After the Hero was contacted by Dunkan Bulk, Evo managed to free Aquagon from the Brains. While Evo returned to the surface, Aquagon's species returned to their habitat in the ocean.</spoiler>

Abilities and Traits

Before getting possessed, Aquagon was a peaceful and shy sea creature. After it got transformed by the Brains, Aquagon was turned into a dangerous and vicious enemy.

It also possesses a pair of tentacles on its feet and spikes on its shoulders.


Aquagon possesses a double sword staff that can be split into two ultra-sharp blades.

Set Information

The set 44013 Aquagon will be released in mid-2013, as part of the Brain Attack series. It contains a blue Brain that attaches to its head and consists of 41 pieces, including a Hero Core not used on the model, but instead printed with a code for use in Brain Attack to earn 400 game points. The Aquagon set can be combined with 44012 Evo to create a non-canon combination model.