Attack Ring: Reverse Wolf
Small, mostly round-edged 4-sided AR with contact points facing counter-clockwise, with two longer protrusions behind each wolf head that appear to exist solely to inhibit effective Spin Stealing.
Acceptable for Spin-Stealing in this direction as the wolf heads have limited recoil and the protrusions which do cause it are angled backwards thus suffer less recoil.
Nonetheless, the high recoil that remains from those two points as well as the slightly worse profile of the heads mean it is not a competitive choice for Spin Stealing or defensive/compact purposes.
No use for attack due to the lack of viable contact points.
The two protrusions cause significant recoil for Survival types, preventing any viable use here.
Contact points are not angled effectively for attack, and the range is too limited to be useful.
Some use for more aggressive Left-Spin compacts, but generally the design has too much recoil to be worthwhile here.
Contact Point Comparison between Hasbro (Top) and Takara (Bottom)