Spark Attack Ring

Attack Ring: Spark Attack Ring

Weight: 5.3g (Core Part: 1.6g | Outer Part: 3.7g)

  • Right Spin only

  • Considered a single part (similar to Dual Dragon) and the centre part does not have the same width and depth as SAR-compatible ARs, meaning it does not fit with most of them even if it were legal, and in many cases poses a disassembly risk. As a result of this it must also be used with both parts.

  • Small inner section encased in a semi-free-spinning (free spinning but with significant friction) outer shell.

  • Takara version has a flint/sandpaper based spark gimmick. Hasbro's doesn't. This makes the Hasbro version marginally, but not significantly, more effective.

  • A fully free spinning Attack Ring may seem useful, but Spark Attack Ring's implementation is not very effective.

  • Too much friction for free-spin to be worthwhile, with or without spark gimmick

  • Design of outer part is far too recoil-laden to be competitive even with the semi-free spin gimmick.

  • Can be used as an option for defensive combinations, however it is heavily outclassed by a huge number of alternatives, including the readily available Roller Defense Ring

  • Small Size does allow some use for Right Spin Zombie and Defensive Zombie customizations, however as it loses speed the outer ring tends to go off centre, causing balance issues. It remains an acceptable choice, but not a top-tier one.

  • Thin plastic sections on underside of outer part break easily

  • Not Competitive

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