Ocean Wrath G

Picture provided by @steffennlsieg

Attack Ring: Trident Vector

Weight: 5.4g

    • Extremely Aggressive design with numerous thick contact points on a very large Attack Ring.

    • High recoil in either spin direction

Right Spin:

    • Most contact points are very outward-angled, resulting in massive recoil.

    • Respectable power in spite of heavy rotational recoil, however even on the best recoil control setups the Beyblade often ends up flying backwards as or more often than its opponent.

    • Horrendous rotational recoil means it only gets one or two hits in before being out of spin. It is less awful than Cybernetic Dragon in this regard, but is also capable of the same violent disassembly on contact as that AR from time to time.

    • Despite its fearsome looks, Trident Vector is an example of the effects of bad contact point angles and how badly they can ruin a part - it is not a good part.

Left Spin:

    • Lower recoil than Right Spin, however it is still a very recoil-heavy AR.

    • In addition, in Left Spin Trident Vector packs much less power as the contact points are generally ineffective.

    • A mediocre choice at best in this direction.

Mold Differences:

  • The Hasbro version of Trident Vector, used in Ocean Wrath G, has somewhat smoothed out underside details. There is no significant performance difference, however.

Weight Disk: Ten Heavy

Weight: 16.1g

  • Heaviest legal Weight Disk.

  • Compact size and weight distribution makes it excellent defensively but not useful for Attack

  • Excellent for sustaining RPM – helps with defense, grinding, force smash, upper, and also defending against the last three.

  • Primary choice for Compacts, Traditional Upper Attack, Weight Defense, Circle Survivor Defense, and a competitive choice for Force Smash and Driger V2 combos.

  • With faster Attack Blade Bases (i.e. Defense Grip Base (Tip Inverted) and SG Grip Change Base Tip setups), Ten Heavy can be used without loss of speed, and its high weight becomes quite useful with Attack Rings such as Square Edge and Hayate Attack Ring, improving their rotational Smash characteristics however the reduction to the flywheel effect otherwise provided by Wide Defense or Ten Wide tends to result in more recoil KOs. It is nonetheless an acceptable option.

  • Overall a very versatile Weight Disk and a must-have part, outclassing both Heavy and Eight Heavy in all aspects, as well as being generally superior to Heavy Attack.

Weight: 6.7g

    • A regular right-spin Engine Gear that uses Customize Engine Weights

    • The engine gear gimmick does very little of use - if it activates early it breaks flower pattern and sometimes self-KO's, if it activates late it causes major instability in most cases, and in the case of Attack Types where it can cause a late game burst of movement (albeit usually an ineffectual one), it lacks a suitable tip to work with.

    • You're usually better off not winding the SG, rendering it an excessively tall combo, prone to attacks from lower attackers and struggling to hit anything without using an overhanging AR such as Triple Tiger.

    • Sadly, the only rubber tipped CEW, Metal Grip, is quite slow without the speed of Left Engine Gear (Turbo), and the only Engine Gear tip that was actually decent for Attack, Right Engine Gear (Metal Flat), was never made into a CEW, rendering any offensive usage moot.

Weight: 6.9g

Customize Engine Weight: Metal Semi-Flat

Weight: 3.6g

    • Slightly more of a Semi-Flat tip than the Engine Gear tip it is based on, as it actually has bevelled edges

    • Too aggressive for survival customs and not able to take hits well enough for defensive ones.

    • The fact Engine Gears are so tall, combined with the poor grip and limited speed and aggression of the tip limits usefulness for Attack type customisations.

    • Overall, not a useful part.


  • As one of the rarest and most highly prized Beyblades in Plastics, it would be truly criminal if Trident Vector, the one unique part of Poseidon and Ocean Wrath G were competitive. Luckily for everyone but people who bought it to test in the hopes it was (*cough*me*cough*), it is a woeful mess. As such, there is no reason to spend the hideous amounts of money asked for this Beyblade - Ocean Wrath G after all was only released by Hasbro in a single wave (per @4d_fury's careful research) and thus commands an even higher price than the Beyblade it was based on. Leave this one to deep-pocketed collectors.