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BEYBLADE BURST app

Create, customize and battle your BEYBLADE BURST tops in the BEYBLADE BURST App. Challenge your friends in over 90 countries worldwide to global multiplayer online matches, with leaderboards, personalized profiles, an enhanced digital top selection and the capability of earning achievements to level up from Rookie to ultimate BEYBLADE Master! Compete to win matches and unlock virtual pieces! The BEYBLADE BURST App brings the excitement and energy of BEYBLADE BURST to your own personal device

BATTLE LEAGUE CREATE A LEAGUE OF YOUR OWN

-START A LEAGUE WITH YOUR FRIENDS: Create a league, invite your friends, and BATTLE in multi-round tournaments for the title of top Blader.

-CHOOSE A SEASON: Choose season lengths of 1 day, 1 week, or 1 month.

-YOUR SCOREBOARD: Earn points by challenging your friends to 2 different types of battles:
1. COMPETE ONLINE WITH DIGITAL BATTLES: Challenge your friends to digital battles that add points to your Blader score.
2. COMPETE FACE-TO-FACE WITH TOY BATTLES: Battle your friends face-to-face with your Beyblade Burst top toys, then enter the results into your Battle League!

-GATHER YOUR LEAGUE FOR TOURNAMENT DAY: Create a 1 day season and host a bracketed toy tournament party!

-Scan a BEYBLADE BURST Energy Layer to unlock BLUETOOTH enabled digital controls within the BEYBLADE BURST app.

-Swipe left or right onscreen to change spin direction and speed of your BLUETOOTH enabled BEYBLADE BURST top

-Charge up power during battle and unleash mighty Avatar attacks!

BEYBLADE BURST TURBO SLINGSHOCK!

BEYBLADE BURST TURBO SLINGSHOCK features a rail system that propels digital tops through the Beystadium rails and into the Battle Ring in the app.

-HEAD-TO-HEAD BATTLE CLASHES: Faceoff in intense battle clashes to build power and launch your digital SLINGSHOCK top through SLINGSHOCK Beystadium rails for special powerup bonuses in the app!

CONTROL RC BLUETOOTH ENABLED BEYBLADE BURST TOPS!

BLUETOOTH enabled BEYBLADE BURST tops sold separately. Not available in all languages or markets. BEYBLADE BURST™ app works with select Android™ devices. Updates affect compatibility. Check beyblade.hasbro.com for details and device compatibility.

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This app requires access to your device’s camera to scan the code on your BEYBLADE BURST products. Visit your device's privacy settings to enable the camera. RC BLUETOOTH enabled BEYBLADE BURST tops controls on Android 6.0+ devices requires the location permission (per Android OS requirement).

Features such as multiplayer online, friends leaderboard and progress restore require an internet connection. Ask a parent first.

Supported Devices
- Android 4.4+
- Samsung Galaxy S4+
- Samsung Galaxy Note 3+

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The 18 Best Beyblades (Updated 2021)

Beginning the search for a good Beyblade? There are vast numbers of them available, so here are the best Beyblades you can find.

By Emily BrettUpdated

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Beyblades have acted as one of the most quintessential toys for children far and wide. For kids everywhere, it was fun just to launch tops into it and wait to see which would duke it out until the very end. Needless to say, the best beyblades, as well as other things like video games, were a huge focal point for kids during the Summer months.

And while the Beyblades of yesteryear may have been somewhat simpler than today’s offerings, the tiny tops remain a classic toy room staple. They’ve got everything a good toy should have; they’re colorful, competitive, and cheap enough that almost every member of the household can have their own. Plus, the logistics of the game are simple enough for any young child to understand; you’re literally just launching tops into a box to see whose Beyblade lasts the longest. However, it's also compelling enough that older kids don’t get easily bored of gameplay.

Check out our list for some of the best beyblades on the market today for you, your kids, your kids’ kids, or anyone else who might want one.

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This B-148 Pegasus top is a powerful stamina Beyblade crafted to outlast its enemies even when battles drag on past their typical duration. Unlike some of the Hasbro-ified tops on this list, the B-148 comes directly from Takara Tomy in Japan. Users have found Takara Tomy tops to be sturdier, better constructed, and, historically, vastly more successful in battle. The B-148 is balanced around a powerful core and keeps a nice speed going without losing too much power to friction or to rival tops— though when played against a powerful attack type it may not be able to hold out. The metallic tip is finely honed to provide precision balance and support the top’s weightier frame. The top also boasts strong defense mechanisms— it’s from the Beyblade Burst line so it can shatter in battle, but it’ll hold up its structural integrity and absorb most attacks from lightweight and speed tops with minimal detriment.

The Heaven Pegasus is outfitted with yellow wings that release after the top has been struck multiple times in order to aid in recovery and offense, but they seem to be more of an aesthetic choice than a practical one. Also, the B-148’s low driver sometimes allows it to be knocked out by tops it really should be able to hold its own against.

But if it’s a long-lasting top you’re looking for, the B-148 is a great option. Between its balance, strength, and capacity to absorb hits in a long-lasting battle, it’s an all around solid stamina top that can carry you to the finish line.

Key Features
  • Powerful stamina top
  • Yellow wings release after absorbing damage
  • Metallic highlights
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 2 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 3
  • Launcher Included?: No
  • Brand: Tamara Tomy
Pros
  • Well-balanced
  • Resistant to attacks
  • Equipped with prevision tip
Cons
  • Low-riding driver not always successful

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The Master Diabolos is a new and improved version of Beyblade’s old Venom Diabolos, a top that has received criticism for its inferior stick driver and weakly-crafted components. But the Master Diabolos is vastly superior to its predecessor. It retains the Venom’s dual-layer capability but adds improved stamina, strength, and endurance, capable of easily booting tops out of the ring that the Venom could barely hold its own against.

The Master Diabolos is able to spin as either a right spinning top or a left spinning top, which will also change its orientation from defense to offensive. The chip itself is also both left and right spinning, and can be utilized for either orientation. There’s a small metal weight mounted within the Master Diabolos’ plastic base to help give the top a bit more heft. The changing orientation of the top will also affect the location of the weight, as it can be moved slightly up or slightly down. This will change the top’s center of gravity as it goes into battle.

An additional feature of the Master Diabolos Beyblade is its ability to switch gears mid-battle. It starts off as an attack top, with a high spin-rate on its driver, but as the battle drags on, it’ll switch it up and become more focused on sustaining momentum and outlasting the competition.

Like the Zillion Zeus, the Master Diabolos is also part of Beyblade’s starter line so itcomes with both a ripcord and a launcher and new Beybladers don’t have to worry about purchasing their own separately.

Key Features
  • Ability to switch modes mid battle
  • Dual-layer capability
  • Can switch between right and left spinning capacity
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 2.17 x 6.69 x 5.91 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 3
  • Launcher Included?: Yes
  • Brand: Takara Tomy
Pros
  • Comes with sturdy launcher
  • Great starter top
  • Well balanced between stamina and offense
Cons
  • Not a lot of metal incorporated

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The Beyblade Burst Evolution Spryzen S2 is a solid starting top at a significantly lower price point than the majority of the Beyblades on this list. Unlike most Beyblades, which are offered by Takara Tomy, the Spryzen S2 is a Hasbro top, which means it’s not imported from Japan but available in toy stores in the United States. While Hasbro tops are often known for being of a lower quality than their Japanese counterparts, the Spryzen S2 is a well constructed attack top that should be a suitable alternative for beginning Beybladers.

The Spryzen S2 is a lightweight top intended for the offensive. This might seem contradictory at first, but the Spryzen’s lighter structure means that it’s capable of amassing a decent speed boost. This also means, if launched strategically, it can dart around the stadium and evade attacks from enemy tops, which will help it outlast them in the long term. Unfortunately, the top’s light weight also makes it more susceptible to knockouts, especially if it’s played against offensive, metal-oriented attack tops that can kick it out of the stadium.

The top is outfitted with a rubber spiked driver, which wears down over the course of time, making the top more aggressive the more you use it. It doesn’t have much metal on its base, which is part of why it remains in a lighter weight class, but it does have a decent quality metal ring at its center for the sake of balance.

Key Features
  • Offensive specs
  • Translucent green exoskeleton
  • Rubber-spiked driver
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 1.18 x 3.5 x 7.76 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 3
  • Launcher Included?: No
  • Brand: Hasbro
Pros
  • Digital code included
  • Clean lines
  • Solid price point
  • Speedy attack top
Cons
  • Minimal defense
  • Light weight class

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The B-59 Beyblade Burst Stamina Starter Zillion Zeus is a great top for beginning Beybladers. It’s a stamina top, so you don’t have to worry as much about maneuvers or trying to attack your rival Beyblades; it’s designed to keep its head down and stick it out 'til the end of battle. It holds its own in battle without being overly offensive or glitzy and clocks fairly impressively without rival tops in the ring trying to knock it out. Moreover, it’s capable of holding out for over a hundred and twenty seconds of total spin time.

Drawing from old-school Beyblade design, the Zillion Zeus has metal balls installed in to help with the top’s stamina. But unlike older Beyblades, the balls are mounted prominently on the Beyblade’s top, contributing to its dark, edgy aesthetic look. When it spins at a higher velocity, the balls move to the outer edges of the top’s rim to help it continue to maintain its speed as the game wears on. As the Zeus starts to wind down, the balls move back to the center of the top to help it hold out in those crucial final moments. The driver also has a stationary metal ball inserted deep in the driver, intended to help with balance and weight distribution.

The Zillion Zeus is also part of Beyblade’s starter line, which means it comes with both a ripcord and a launcher. As such, new Beybladers don’t have to worry about purchasing their own separately.

Key Features
  • Comes with a ripcord and launcher
  • Excellent stamina stats
  • Doesn't have NFC chip
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 2 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 3 pieces
  • Launcher Included?: Yes
  • Brand: Takara Tomy
Pros
  • Great starter top
  • Metal installed within driver
  • Long lasting in battle
Cons
  • Not a particularly strong top

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An older Beyblade, the Beyblade Burst B-103 Screw Trident has been around since 2018 but has solid specs and can still hold its own against the Beyblades of today. The external layer of fiery orange and bright yellow frame a well outfitted Beyblade with long-lasting power. The Screw Trident’s focus may be longevity, but it’s also equipped with mild attack stats, including a bump frame with over 14 ridges that can be utilized against rival Beyblades in battle.

And yet, despite the bump frame, at its core, the Screw Trident is a solid stamina top that will make a bee line right to the center of the stadium. It has a driver that’s significantly taller than the majority of Beyblade drivers, which allows it to harness lots of momentum, and a tip that's intended to reduce friction, as it’s coated in metal instead of rubber or plastic.

Unfortunately, when played against more severe attack types, the height of the Screw Trident’s driver can also work against it and make it more susceptible to being thrown off balance, so be sure to try to head straight for the center of the stadium and avoid major bounce attacks if at all possible.

This isn't to say that the Screw Trident wasn't designed to defend itself. Its top layer is equipped with shock absorption and intended to take the brunt of the damage from other tops. This helps divert attacks from the bottom half of the top so that the metal driver can just keep spinning away.

Key Features
  • Metal driver
  • Ridged bump frame
  • Outfitted with shock absorption
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 2 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 4
  • Launcher Included?: No
  • Brand: Takara Tomy
Pros
  • Stamina top with attack capabilities
  • Really tall driver
  • Defensive top layer

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Since its launch in March 2018, the Burst Winning Valkyrie 12.V has earned a reputation as one of the most potent Beyblade starter tops on the market. The top packs a high offensive punch with absurd spin power and stamina, pairing the best of old-school Beyblade with some stylish aesthetic developments.

The Winning Valkyrie is fairly hefty, with a bulkier base and colorfully designed exoskeleton. It features three large wings, each of them with metal elements that make them heavier than standard-issue wings and increase their knockout potential. This also contributes to the top’s inertia, making it more likely to KO other tops with its high powered offensive capability.

Winning Valkyrie also features a Volcanic tip, one of the more aggressive, high-speed tips that can be found in Beyblade. It can reach speeds so high that it’d make sense to be concerned about the potential of self-knock-outs; however, the Valkyrie has a textured ring providing friction to keep the Volcanic from spinning out of control. This can vary, depending on the quality of Volcanic tip you purchase, but all tips should have a level of equilibrium— the slower they spin, the longer their stamina

The top also features Forge Disc 12, one of the lightest discs available for Beyblade. While it was a great achievement in its time, today’s Beyblade discs tend to be weightier, so be wary if you’re going up against newer tops that you may want to either trade out your disc or put another top in play.

Key Features
  • Metal elements in blades
  • Bargain top price
  • Strong offensive capacity
  • High-powered spin rate
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 9.8 x 3.1 x 2 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 4
  • Launcher Included?: Yes
  • Brand: Takara Tomy
Pros
  • Unique armored design
  • Speedy Volcanic performance tip
  • Aggressive core disc
Cons
  • Unbalanced design can contribute to burst risk

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This Death Quetzalcoatl 125RDF top is a powerful metal balance Beyblade crafted with an even keel and an ability to succeed in both attack and defense mode. Its fusion capabilities make it the perfect Beyblade for when you’re not sure what type top you’ll be up against and you want to cover all your bases. Unlike some of the Hasbro-ified tops on this list, the B-148 comes directly from Takara Tomy in Japan. Users have found Takara Tomy tops to be sturdier, better constructed, and, historically, vastly more successful in battle. The 125RDF is balanced around a powerful, spiked core and keeps a nice speed going without losing too much power to friction or to rival tops— though when played against a powerful attack type it may not be able to hold out. The top boasts decent attack mechanisms— it can’t latch on to another Beyblade, but it can grind against its opponents with decent stamina— but its defense is where it truly shines. It’ll hold up its structural integrity and absorb most attacks from lightweight and speed tops with minimal detriment. Plus, its fusion design means that it has the stamina for long-lasting battles, even after fending off blows from enemy tops.

The Death Quetzalcoatl is designed to reflect the mythological beast creature Quetzalcoatl, whose face is emblazoned on the top’s core. Its yellow rim also reflects this, featuring a pattern of wings and talons that seem to continue the Mesoamerican aesthetic of the top’s origins.

Key Features
  • Fusion top
  • Mythological origins
  • 4D variation of Quetzalcoatl 90WF
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 5.4 x 2.7 x 1.8 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 3
  • Launcher Included?: Yes
  • Brand: Takara Tomy
Pros
  • Balanced design
  • Solid metal structure
  • Capable of succeeding against both attack and defense Beyblades
Cons
  • Doesn’t shine offensively
  • Can lose steam against tough opponents

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One of the latest releases from Beyblade, the B-161 Booster Glide Ragnaruk vastly improves on prior versions of the Ragnaruk Beyblade. The new Ragnaruk Glide comes with far more pieces than most Beyblades, featuring four elements that can be mounted on the driver and varied for customization depending on user preference. Another great customizable feature for this Ragnaruk is its singular chassis, which means it can be paired with any disc, as users aren’t forced to deal with a disc that’s already been built in.

The Ragnaruk also has significantly more heft than its previous renditions, which helps it hold out against other, more aggressive tops. It’s also outfitted with an old school revolve driver, which is definitely not the latest and greatest of Beyblade technology, but it can be traded out and matched with another driver if that’s your preference.

The body of the Beyblade itself is a neon orange that stands out in the stadium and really makes a statement on its own, which is probably part of the reason the designers chose to make other portions of the top transparent or duller in coloring. It retains the matte coating of its predecessors while adding glossy highlights, like flames on the transparent border of the exoskeleton.

Other distinguishing features of the Ragnaruk include a Superking chip that is vastly thinner than previous renditions and teeth on the chassis that are significantly tighter than previous Ragnaruks, holding the layers together more closely.

Key Features
  • Tri-wing feature
  • Single chassis
  • Weighted wheel disk
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 1.57 x 2.36 x 2.36 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 5
  • Launcher Included?: No
  • Brand: Takara Tomy (Korean)
Pros
  • Solid stamina
  • More options for customization
  • Vastly better than prior Ragnaruk renditions

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The B-59 Beyblade Burst Stamina Starter Zillion Zeus is a great top for beginning Beybladers. It’s a stamina top, so you don’t have to worry as much about maneuvers or trying to attack your rival Beyblades; it’s designed to keep its head down and stick it out 'til the end of battle, without being overly offensive or glitzy. The Zillion Zeus clocks fairly impressively without rival tops in the ring trying to knock it out— and it’s capable of holding out for over a hundred and twenty seconds of total spin time.

Drawing from old-school Beyblade design, the Zillion Zeus has metal balls installed to help with the top’s stamina. But unlike older Beyblades, the balls are mounted prominently on the Beyblade’s top, contributing to its dark, edgy aesthetic look. When it spins at a higher velocity, the balls move to the outer edges of the top’s rim to help it continue to maintain its speed as the game wears on. As the Zeus starts to wind down, the balls move back to the center of the top to help it hold out in those crucial final moments. The driver also has a stationary metal ball inserted deep in the driver, intended to help with balance and weight distribution.

The Zillion Zeus is also part of Beyblade’s starter line, which means it comes with both a ripcord and a launcher. As such, new Beybladers don’t have to worry about purchasing their own separately.

Key Features
  • Comes with a ripcord and launcher
  • Excellent stamina stats
  • Doesn't have NFC chip
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 2 inches
  • Number of Pieces: 3
  • Launcher Included?: Yes
  • Brand: Takara Tomy
Pros
  • Great starter top
  • Metal installed within driver
  • Long lasting in battle
Cons
  • Not a particularly strong top
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Beyblade

For the manga series, see Beyblade (manga).

Beyblade (ベイブレード, Beiburēdo, diminutive Bey, from the diminutive of beigoma) is a line of spinning-top toys originally developed by Takara, first released in Japan in July 1999, along with its debut series. Following Takara's merger with Tomy in 2006, Beyblades are now developed by Takara Tomy. Various toy companies around the world have licensed Beyblade toys for their own regions, including Hasbro in Western countries, Sonokong in South Korea, and Takara Tomy for Eastern countries.

Both the toys and their names were inspired by beigoma, a traditional spinning top. The concept is similar to Battling Tops, a board game developed by Ideal Toy Company in 1968. The toy line was introduced with an accompanying manga series of the same name in 1999. In 2002, Hasbro began to sell Beyblade toys internationally (under license from Takara) along with a coordinated country-by-country release of localized versions of the TV series. In August 2008, Takara Tomy released Metal Fight Beyblade; the first incarnation of the toy in three and a half years. A third incarnation, titled Beyblade Burst was released by Takara Tomy in July 2015.

Game and rules[edit]

Aside from formal play, a game with specific rules was published for the initial toyline. The formal game is played with two players or more. Each player is allowed up to three Beyblades, but may not switch parts once a match has started. Players may choose from any of the three Beyblades they have with them for any battle in a match.

In Metal Fight Beyblade, a points system was introduced. In the Beyblade Burst line of toys, Hasbro releases its own ruleset for its toyline. In general, the first player to 3 points will win a match.[1]

Points are awarded to a player based on how their Beyblade looks because some Beyblades’ names vary depending on the region; the following uses the Hasbro terminology followed by the Takara Tomy ones.

  • One point is awarded if the opponent's Beyblade stops spinning (Survivor/Spin Finish).
  • One point is awarded if the opponent's Beyblade is knocked out of the stadium or falls into a pocket in the stadium (Ring Out/Over Finish/KO/Knockout Finish).
  • Beginning with Beyblade Burst, two points are awarded if the opponent's top is "burst" during a battle (Burst Finish).

In the event of a draw (both Beyblades are knocked out of the ring, stop spinning simultaneously, or burst at the same time), no points are awarded to either player.

Types of Beyblades[edit]

Three of the main types of Beyblades have rock-paper-scissors style effectiveness, with Attack generally being weak to Defense, Defense to Stamina, and Stamina to Attack. However, due to the high variability of the custom designs, this is not a hard rule. Balance types may be strong or weak to any of the others depending on specific parts.

Attack
These Beyblades specialize in attacking other Beyblades. They battle fiercely and try to knock out the other Beyblade as fast as they can, but at the cost of having poor stamina. They tend to outperform Stamina-Type Beyblades due to their lack of defense. Attack type beys also have to be heavy too to be able to knock others out. They usually have flat or rubber performance tips and have layers which can grip onto the opponent.
Defense
These Beyblades specialize in knocking back attacks. They tend to travel slowly and are heavier than other types, resulting in opponents being deflected. Their weight also causes them to launch slower, resulting in less stamina. They tend to wear down Attack-types but are outlasted by Stamina. They are also very thick in terms of metal, and have wide ball-like performance tips.
Stamina/Endurance
These Beyblades specialize in stamina. They are used so they can out-spin the enemy top and win. In exchange for a lack of power, their stamina lasts longer against other Types of Beyblades, making them naturally advantageous over Defense-Types, which focus on resisting hits. They have sharp cone shaped performance tips.
Balance
These Beyblades specialize in a combination of the other three types listed above, giving them no glaring strengths or weaknesses. They use a mix of Attack, Defense, and Stamina Types put together but do not excel in any particular trait. Some Balance Types have Attack, Defense, and Stamina Modes. And their performance tips can vary.

Ishan[edit]

This type of Beyblade is extremely defensive. It is extremely difficult to stop, and has been banned from tournaments due to its extreme power.

Stadium[edit]

An arena called a Beystadium is sold by both brands Takara Tomy and Hasbro. It is primarily a shallow plastic tub but may have other features dependent on the purpose of the particular stadium. Different stadiums were released in different markets. Brands Takara Tomy and Sonokong produce Beystadiums similar to those featured in the manga and anime adaptations, with open sections in the walls and openings on the sides to launch into. Hasbro produces stadiums with walls that are about 4.7 inches tall and pockets that count as a ring-out instead.

Common features of a Beystadium include a shallow impression called a cyclone/tornado ridge, which allows Attack type Beyblades to move around quickly without accidentally knocking themselves out, and cyclone/tornado points, which are recessed disks in the stadium floor that spin freely to add randomness to a battle. Other features may be specific to the series that the Beystadium is released in, like the rails from the Beyblade Burst Slingshock toy system, the large, almost bowl-like HyperSphere toy system.

Launching[edit]

A Beyblade Launcher (often referred to as a BeyLauncher) is used to launch the user's Beyblade into battle. Select launchers have different levels of power depending on the gears inside of them and the user's own launch strength. Launchers differ in size and shape, with some of them using Ripcords (long sticks of plastic with grips on the end and teeth on the sides to strike the gears that launch the user's Beyblade when pulled) and others using Strings (launchers that are built with a retractable string inside of them that launch the user's Beyblade with slightly more power when pulled). String Launchers are preferred by most players because of their launch power. Different series such as 2000/Original, Metal Fight/Fusion, and Burst launchers cannot be used with others.

Launching is often accompanied with a catchphrase. In the Takara Tomy version, this would be "3, 2, 1, Go Shoot!" (3、2、1、ゴーシュート!); in the Hasbro version, this would be "3, 2, 1, Let it Rip!"[1]

Systems[edit]

The "Basic System" tops are the first generation of Beyblade tops. They are made entirely of plastic, with the exception of Weight Disks and some Blade Base components. These Beyblades consist of four basic parts, the "Bit Chip," the "Attack Ring," the "Weight Disk," and the "Blade Base

Magnacore System (MG)[edit]

Introduced with the V-series, the "Magnacore" line of Beyblade toys featured magnetic Spin Gears and Weight Disks to attract or repel blades from each other. Additionally, certain Beystadiums had points to attach magnets, which affected the movement pattern.

Engine Gear System (EG)[edit]

Engine Gear tops were introduced with the G-series, and retain the same major design of a typical Beyblade, including a Bit Piece, an Attack Ring, a Weight Disk, and a Blade Base; Engine Gear tops, however, replace the typical Spin Gear with a more advanced Engine Gear, which affects the movement of the top during the battle. Each Engine Gear includes a Turbo Winder to wind-up the engine core. When in action, the Blade Base releases the Engine Gear determined by the Blade Base's clutch lock system. This series of Beyblades were the last ones to be made of plastic parts with the exception of the weight disks. The later ones were semi-metal or completely metal.

Heavy Metal System (HMS)[edit]

The Hard Metal System (HMS) is a line of Beyblade toys released after the Engine Gear line. It was released exclusively in 2008 by Takara Tomy. This series uses smaller pieces made mostly of metal. HMS Beyblades have a distinct advantage over previously released Beyblades, that being that their spin velocities are 1.5-2× faster. The parts of this system cannot be used in customization with those of past systems.

Metal/Hybrid Wheel System[edit]

This system was released in 2008 in Japan under the name "Metal Fight." A sub-system, the "Hybrid Wheel System," was released in 2009 in Japan, and was imported by Hasbro in 2010. The main difference of this sub-system from the earlier Metal System is the replacement of the lone die-cast Wheel with a combination of a plastic "Energy Ring/Clear Wheel" and "Metal/Fusion Wheel". This was done to prevent the breakage of launcher parts.

Names of Beyblades can now be determined by their parts. For example, Storm Pegasus 105RF has a 'Pegasus' Energy Ring/Clear Wheel, 'Storm' Fusion Wheel/Metal Wheel, '105(10.5mm)' Spin Track/Track, and an 'RF (Rubber Flat)' Bottom/Performance Tip.

4D System[edit]

4D system Beyblades were introduced in March 2011. It is an expansion of the Hybrid Wheel System which introduced new parts including the 4D Fusion Wheel and 4D Bottom. Additionally, the plastic parts of the wheels are made of a heavier, stronger material.[2]

The 4D Fusion Wheel replaces the standard Fusion Wheel, and is made of multiple parts - the PC Frame, Metal Frame, and Core. Some omit a standard frame and core design, such as L-Drago Destructor which has an upper metal frame to replace the Energy Ring and a lower PC core with rubber inserts to replace the Fusion Wheel, essentially flipping the common construction of most tops from this system.

The 4D Bottom replaces the Spin Track and includes a built-in gimmick involving the tip, such as being quickly changed between battles without disassembly, changing performance based on stamina, or spinning freely on a bearing.

Zero-G System[edit]

The Zero-G System continues the trend of the Hybrid Wheel System by using compatible parts. In uses the same engineering for the Spin Track and Performance Tip while introducing parts that can be used in place of others. The Crystal Wheel and Warrior/Chrome Wheel replace the Fusion Wheel and Energy Ring, while a similar but slightly longer Face Bolt is used due to the extra thickness of the new wheels. Stadiums for this system have rounded bottoms that cause them to pivot, which changes the movement patterns of the battling Beyblades. Additionally, the Crystal Wheel may be replaced with a second Warrior Wheel to create a heavier "Synchrome" Beyblade.

Extreme Battle System[edit]

The Extreme Battle System released by Hasbro in Beyblade: Metal Masters. They are separated into four groups, "Tornado Battlers" (taller, all plastic), "Electro Battlers" (light and sound effects), "IR Spin Control Beyblades" (remote controlled), and "Stealth Battlers" (hidden weapons released by centripetal force). None of these can be customized.

Burst System[edit]

These toys are designed so that the top may separate if it has sustained enough hits, which creates a "burst" gimmick due to a spring in the Performance Tip. The Burst System consists of 3 parts, the "Energy Layer," the "Forge Disc," and the "Performance Tip."

Toys R Us started distributing this system in Canada in September 2016[3] and Hasbro started distributing the toys in the United States in January 2017.

Dual Layer System[edit]

The Dual-Layer is a system by Takara Tomy and Hasbro where the energy Layers are made of multiple, not separable parts. It is not notably different from the original "Single-Layer" or standard Burst system.

God Layer/SwitchStrike System[edit]

The SwitchStrike system is a system by Takara Tomy and Hasbro, where each Beyblade has its own gimmick and most of them, have the disc with a disc frame which is introduced in this system by adding a frame to the disc to increase stats.

Turbo/Cho-Z System[edit]

The Turbo/Cho-Z system is used by Takara Tomy and Hasbro. The difference between both of them is that Takra Tomy features metal and gimmicks on the layers while Hasbro removes metal from the layers and almost all gimmicks other than Turbo Spryzen and that the drivers can change between battle ring mode or sling shock mode. This allows beyblades to ride on the sling shock rails and shoot back into the stadium.

GaTinko/HyperSphere/Rise System[edit]

The GT System was used by Takara Tomy. It removes the Level Chip and adds the GT Chip, Layer Base, and Layer Weight instead. GT chips determine the locking strength of a bey, Layer Bases determine shape, and Layer Weights determine weight and weight distribution. Its Hasbro equivalent, the HyperSphere system, swaps out customizable Energy Layers for large, dome-like Performance Tips and removes the layer weight. These bulky performance tips allow Hypersphere beyblades to climb the walls of the Hypersphere stadium and attack the opponent powerfully.

Superking/Sparking/Speedstorm System[edit]

The Superking System was used by Takara Tomy. It has a Ring, Sparking Chip, Chassis, Disc, and Driver. The Ring acts similarly to a layer base, but it has a different locking system for the Chip and can be dual-spin. Sparking Chips are similar to GT chips, but do not help the locking mechanism and are purely for looks. Chassis attach to the Ring, and determine the locking mechanism. They typically house gimmicks or otherwise alter the shape of a bey. The Hasbro equivalent system, the SpeedStorm system, instead focuses on taller tops with the drivers being taller and that they remove the chassis which then is replaced by discs. These taller drivers allow Speedstorm beyblades to change direction or speed up from small pockets built into the stadium.

Dynamite Battle/Quad Drive[edit]

The DB System is use by Takara-Tomy, and uses parts such as a Core, Blade, Armour, Disc, Driver, and Evolution gear. This Beyblade Series does not include a Chassis unlike its predecessor, the Superking system. These beys have high and low-mode, sometimes making it incompatible with older Discs. Older Discs can be used on the DB system but they have to be in high mode. The locking for the Core and the Armour is similar to the GT System.

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beyblade
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