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Attack Ring: Cross Dragon
Right Spin Only
Two molds, second is thicker due to reinforcement to address breakage issues
Flat faces produce a fair amount of recoil without providing worthwhile contact points for attack.
Despite the small size, the flat faces and slight protrusion past Wide Survivor result in excessive recoil for use in survival or spin stealing customizations.
No competitive use.
Weight Disk: Magne Weight Disk
AKA: MG WD, MGWD, Magne WD, Magneweight Disk, Magnetic Weight Disk, MagnaWD, MagneWD, Magna Weight Disk, MG Weight Disk.
Note on Legality: (Provisional - Check with your Judge) Magne Weight Disk may not be used without the soft plastic outer shell parts. Magne Weight Disks lacking these are considered to have been modified/damaged to the extent that they no longer perform as intended and as a result are illegal.
Weight (Mold 1): 14.3g
Weight (Mold 2): 14.8g
Relatively light, with an even weight distribution over a large area, making for rather unspecialised performance.
Gimmick serves little use in battle but can interfere with bearings of the combo it is used with, slightly reducing survival ability.
Soft plastic shells/outer part provide a slight ability to take hits but shape means it still has more recoil than Wide Defense and Wide Survivor.
Light weight and unspecialised weight distribution further reduce usefulness for any type
Ten Wide works better for all purposes except defensive zombies, though Magne Weight Disk doesn't work particularly well there either, due to its light weight.
Nonetheless, a somewhat usable alternative for Zombie and Defensive Zombie customizations.
There are two versions, a later one with a continuous outer plastic shell, and an earlier one where it is split into two halves. The latter are very prone to flying off Beyblades at launch due to the weak adhesive with which the plastic parts are attached. As such, the non-split version is always preferred, and the Split Version is best not used for competitive play. It is also worth noting that Mold 2 tends to be slightly heavier.
Blade Base: Flat Base
Right Spin Only (Built in Spin Gear)
Very low height allows it to get under things but lack of compatibility with an Heavy Metal Core removes any use for Traditional Upper Attack.
Limited recoil control due to light weight and poor grip.
Somewhat difficult to flower pattern.
Decent LAD means it can be used to some effect similarly to a Semi-Flat Base Stamina setup, though due to its aggression it makes better use of Wide Defense - a viable setup would be this and a Compact or smaller-sized Defensive AR.
While this is not that competitive a setup, it is able to outspin a surprising number of opponents and KO weaker combos, thus giving Flat Base some semblance of use.
Overall not a great part, but usable.
Only worth buying for its value as a collection piece, though the Weight Disk is more interesting than the original.