Wow that is ridiculously dangerous.
But what would a dangerously ridiculous beyblade look like?
He sees your miserable little top, and approaches you, requesting a challenge. You had no idea what you were getting into, and accept. You both let loose at the same, and you could've almost sworn you heard thunder cracking. Sparks fly when his abomination hits the floor, and as soon as it makes contact with your plastic piece of shit, it throws it against the wall. It's remains are in pieces, and his top keeps spinning, as if nothing had touched it all.
He waits for it to wind down before picking it up, and it feels like an hour passes in silence. Done playing around with you, he shakes your hand and walks away. You never see him again. Today a similar device gathers dust in your closet, waiting for a rematch.
Holy crap that video was bad. There's never a need to replay the same thing 4 times in a row, especially not if you're gonna do it in slow motion. It went from being a novel idea to just being tedious because of this asshat's poor editing choices.
I don't understand why anything about this is a thing.
Needs shorter blades and to be put in a real beyblade bowl. That would've been cooler.
Put it up against the defense type Golem.
I thought the thread title said Keyblade :I