• From Random Booster 12, one of three Prize Beyblades for that Random Booster, alongside Apollon and Poseidon, the three came in Yellow, Blue and Mauve, with Mauve being the prize color for this Beyblade.

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Attack Ring: Mirage Goddess

Weight: 7.8g

    • Wide, heavy, thick Attack Ring. Interestingly, it is a top tier Attack AR in Right Spin and a top tier Weight Based Defense and Spin Stealing Attack AR in Left Spin - a deceptively well-rounded Attack Ring.

Right Spin:

    • Thick contact points with good range, angled a little more inward than ideal.

    • Its sheer size allows it to be effective despite this, and the additional bulk can be reassuring for recoil - especially if using Grip Base.

    • Power increases with good rotational recoil control - a Heavy Metal Core can be quite helpful.

    • Overall a top tier choice for Right Spin Smash Attack, though given the price and variety of alternatives, it is not worth buying just for this.

    • Too aggressive for Weight Based Defense in this direction, being rather heavily outclassed, but feasible if you want a very aggressive setup - one could use a heavy Attack combination such as Customize Grip Base, Heavy Metal Core and SG Grip Base Tip to interesting effect, however Force Smash combinations using Smash Turtle generally use these parts better.

    • Gentle slopes on tips do sometimes provide destabilisation just based on the slope of the stadium, but this is pretty negligible.

Left Spin:

    • Heavy, low recoil, and thick, perfect for Weight Based Defense in this direction.

    • Generally left spin is not particularly good for Weight Defense however, due to their poor properties in spin equalising battles, making this a rather niche choice.

    • Nonetheless, there are situations where they are useful (often when you are likely to face Left Spin opponents that might outspin a Right Spin Weight Base Defense combo, or with bluffing etc.) so Mirage Goddess is a competitive part.

    • In addition, it is a surprisingly effective choice for Spin Stealing Attack despite its large size, with its size allowing it to push around opponents and somewhat defensive profile allowing a degree of spin-stealing, making it a competitive choice for this type in Left Spin.

Weight Disk: Random

Spin Gear: Neo Right Spin Gear (Metal Weight Version)

Spin Gear Shells: Neo Right Spin Gear Shells

Weight: 1.15g ea (total 2.3g)

  • Generally preferred to regular Right shells due to being compatible with all SG-Compatible bases, in particular for being compatible with Neo SG Cores and the Heavy Metal Core.

  • This means they are a necessity for Compacts, Weight Based Defense, Force Smash, Traditional Upper Attack and Driger V2 Combinations, at least aside from the rare occasions Left Spin is desired for one of these types, in which case Neo Left Shells are preferred.

  • Overall a crucial competitive part, but thankfully exceedingly common.

Spin Gear Core: Metal Weight Core

Weight: 2.5g

  • Only compatible with Neo Shells.

  • Has a cylindrical metal part in the centre to add weight

  • Slightly lighter than Magnecores, which limits its usefulness, even for Attack Types where the small difference between it and other cores in terms of weight means it generally fails to find a niche, or at least fails to stand out as significantly better in most cases.

  • This does not mean it is outclassed for all setups, however, odds are it provides the right mix of recoil control and speed for some setups, it is just that the difference it would be best by would inevitably be quite small.

  • Does still work well for Attack Types in general, despite usually being outperformed by other options the difference is quite minimal.

Blade Base: SG Sharp Base

It is possible to get alternate Blade Bases with Random Booster beys, especially with non-prize Beyblades. In Venus' case, the most common alternates are SG Flat Base and SG Semi-Flat Base.

Weight: 6.6g

  • SG version of Sharp Base.

  • Tall base, with sharp tip.

  • Two molds, albeit only minor differences, with the second having smaller tip retention pieces and a reinforced rim in the underside groove.

  • Incredibly poor stability resulting in poor longevity against all opponents

  • Niche use in Defense combinations aiming to maintain high RPM, but Weight Based Defense and Compacts both do this better, and in any case there are better alternatives, such as Customize Metal Sharp Base. This may nonetheless be the closest thing this Blade Base has to usefulness and one of the only historical uses for it.

  • Outclassed for everything, generally severely so.


  • While Mirage Goddess is a competitive part, the rarity and price of this beyblade and the availability of alternatives mean this is primarily a Collector's blade.

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