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'''Elements''' are a rather minor feature introduced in the ''[[Beyblade: Shogun Steel|Beyblade: Shogun Steel series]]''. Essentially, they are symbols of classical elements found on the underside of a Beybattle Top's Element Wheel that once placed in Crystal Up Mode, reveal the symbol signifying that Beyblade's Element.
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! align="middle" style="width:16%;"|[[File:MFBZG attribute fire icon.png|60px]]
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! align="middle" style="width:16%;"|[[File:MFBZG attribute water icon.png|60px]]
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! align="middle" style="width:16%;"|[[File:MFBZG attribute sky icon_v2.png|90px]]
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! align="middle" style="width:16%;"|[[File:MFBZG attribute earth icon_v2.png|65px]]
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! align="middle" style="width:16%;"|[[File:MFBZG attribute darkness icon.png|65px]]
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! align="middle" style="width:16%;"|[[File:MFBZG attribute god icon.png|100px]]
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|}
   
The Elements show no changes in a Beyblade's performance; neither helping nor hindering it, and as such are merely used for aesthetic purposes.
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{{Translation|'''Attributes'''|Japanese: {{Ruby|属性|<small>ぞくせい</small>}}|zokusei}} are the "elemental" properties associated with Takara Tomy's Chrome Wheels and Crystal Wheels, part of the [[Synchrome System]] toyline. This gimmick featured special emblems on each Element Wheel which indicated their Attribute.
   
==List of Elements==
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==Overview==
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[[File:4すくみ.jpg|thumb|Attribute Correlation Diagram]]
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With the introduction of the [[Synchrome System]], Takara Tomy introduced the player community to new types of Wheels that featured elemental associations. The Synchrome System enabled players to combine a [[Synchrome System#Warrior Wheel|Warrior Wheel]] and [[Synchrome System#Element Wheel|Element Wheel]] which could be flipped over to utilize either sides (Chrome/Crystal Up Mode). Element Wheels, in particular, featured a elemental ''Attribute'' crest. By the end of the toyline's production life, Takara Tomy released a total of 6 attributes: {{Attribute|Fire}}, {{Attribute|Water}}, {{Attribute|Sky}}, {{Attribute|Earth}}, {{Attribute|Darkness}}, {{Attribute|God}}. Most of Attributes were released in starter and booster packs, with only {{Attribute|Darkness}} Element Wheels being released in special package sets.
   
===Fire===
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In a game designed for competitive play, Attributes served no practical function in real-world Beyblade battles and became a novelty in the franchise overall. Under the Hasbro brand, the concept of '''Attributes''' were completely absent in their marketing, leaving many to speculate what Takara Tomy had planned for the concept.
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==Etymology==
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With the inclusion of the Japanese hiragana along with the kanji in the logos of each Attribute, readings for their transliteration is simplified. While some are easily translated, the original Japanese term for other Attributes cannot be translated neatly into English:
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! scope="row"|Kanji
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|火
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|水
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|天
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|地
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|闇
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|神
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|-
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! scope="row"|Hiragana
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|ひ
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|みず
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|てん
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|ち
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|やみ
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| style="text-align: center; width:16%;"|かみ
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|-
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! scope="row"|Romaji
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| style="text-align: center;"|Hi
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| style="text-align: center;"|Mizu
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| style="text-align: center;"|Ten
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| style="text-align: center;"|Chi
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| style="text-align: center;"|Yami
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| style="text-align: center;"|Kami
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|-
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! scope="row"|Literal translation
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| style="text-align: center;"|Fire, flame
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| style="text-align: center;"|Water, cold water
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| style="text-align: center;"|The sky; the heavens
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| style="text-align: center;"|Earth, land, ground
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| style="text-align: center;"|The dark; darkness
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| style="text-align: center;"|A deity; a god; spirit
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! scope="row"|Translation
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| style="text-align: center;"|Fire
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| style="text-align: center;"|Water
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| style="text-align: center;"|Sky
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| style="text-align: center;"|Earth
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| style="text-align: center;"|Darkness
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| style="text-align: center;"|God
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|}
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While the kanji used for each attribute can be translated and interpreted simply, the kanji for "''kami''" (which usually means "deity" or "(a) god") can be used in slang, changing its meaning to "amazing", "great", "fantastic", or "awesome".
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==Beyblades With Attributes==
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Fire
 
[[File:Fire.png|60px|right|Fire.]]
 
[[File:Fire.png|60px|right|Fire.]]
 
*[[Samurai Ifrit W145CF]]
 
*[[Samurai Ifrit W145CF]]
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*[[Saramanda Balro DF145SWD]]
 
*[[Saramanda Balro DF145SWD]]
 
*[[Gargole Ifraid SA165GCF]]
 
*[[Gargole Ifraid SA165GCF]]
===Water/Aqua===
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Water
 
[[File:Water.png|60px|right|Water.]]
 
[[File:Water.png|60px|right|Water.]]
 
*[[Pirate Orochi 145D]]
 
*[[Pirate Orochi 145D]]
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*[[Killerken Balro A230WB]]
 
*[[Killerken Balro A230WB]]
 
*[[Goreim Revizer E230SB]]
 
*[[Goreim Revizer E230SB]]
===Air (Sky)===
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Sky
 
[[File:Sky.jpg|60px|right|Sky.]]
 
[[File:Sky.jpg|60px|right|Sky.]]
 
*[[Archer Griffin C145S]]
 
*[[Archer Griffin C145S]]
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*[[Gryph Girago WA130HF]]
 
*[[Gryph Girago WA130HF]]
 
*[[Gargole Ifraid SA165GCF]]
 
*[[Gargole Ifraid SA165GCF]]
===Earth===
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Earth
 
[[File:Earth.png|60px|right|Earth.]]
 
[[File:Earth.png|60px|right|Earth.]]
 
*[[Bandit Golem DF145BS]]
 
*[[Bandit Golem DF145BS]]
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*[[Bandid Genbull F230TB]]
 
*[[Bandid Genbull F230TB]]
 
*[[Goreim Revizer E230SB]]
 
*[[Goreim Revizer E230SB]]
===Dark (Darkness)===
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Darkness
 
[[File:Darkness.jpg|60px|right|Darkness.]]
 
[[File:Darkness.jpg|60px|right|Darkness.]]
 
*[[Saramanda Balro DF145SWD]]
 
*[[Saramanda Balro DF145SWD]]
 
*[[Killerken Balro A230WB]]
 
*[[Killerken Balro A230WB]]
===God===
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God
 
[[File:God.png|60px|right|God.]]
 
[[File:God.png|60px|right|God.]]
 
*[[Samurai Pegasis W105R²F]]
 
*[[Samurai Pegasis W105R²F]]
 
*[[Gladiator Bahamut SP230GF]]
 
*[[Gladiator Bahamut SP230GF]]
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</includeonly>
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*All Japanese official logos of all known elements feature a Kanji character for their name.
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*The [[File:MFBZG attribute sky icon_v2.png|20px]] lightning bolt featured in the "<font color="#9B8F42">'''Sky'''</font>" logo led many to speculate that the attribute would be called "Thunder".
**Fire: '''火'''
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*{{Attribute|Water}} is the only attribute that did not have a Random Booster release.
**Water: '''水'''
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*Takara Tomy promoted the Synchrome System with a {{Translation|"Correlation Diagram"|相関図|sōkanzu}} for the Attributes. Given the structure, one could assume that a possible scoring system was devised but never implemented.
**Sky: '''天'''
 
**Earth: '''地'''
 
** Darkness: '''闇'''
 
** God: '''神'''
 
*Strangely, the symbol for Sky features a lightning bolt which falsely suggests the element as "Thunder".
 
*Water is the only element that did not introduce a Water-element Beyblade from a Random Booster; instead originating from a set.
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 17:00, October 31, 2019

MFBZG attribute fire icon MFBZG attribute water icon MFBZG attribute sky icon v2 MFBZG attribute earth icon v2 MFBZG attribute darkness icon MFBZG attribute god icon

Attributes (Japanese: 属性(ぞくせい), zokusei) are the "elemental" properties associated with Takara Tomy's Chrome Wheels and Crystal Wheels, part of the Synchrome System toyline. This gimmick featured special emblems on each Element Wheel which indicated their Attribute.

OverviewEdit

4すくみ

Attribute Correlation Diagram

With the introduction of the Synchrome System, Takara Tomy introduced the player community to new types of Wheels that featured elemental associations. The Synchrome System enabled players to combine a Warrior Wheel and Element Wheel which could be flipped over to utilize either sides (Chrome/Crystal Up Mode). Element Wheels, in particular, featured a elemental Attribute crest. By the end of the toyline's production life, Takara Tomy released a total of 6 attributes: MFBZG attribute fire icon Fire, MFBZG attribute water icon Water, MFBZG attribute sky icon v2 Sky, MFBZG attribute earth icon v2 Earth, MFBZG attribute darkness icon Darkness, MFBZG attribute god icon God. Most of Attributes were released in starter and booster packs, with only MFBZG attribute darkness icon Darkness Element Wheels being released in special package sets.

In a game designed for competitive play, Attributes served no practical function in real-world Beyblade battles and became a novelty in the franchise overall. Under the Hasbro brand, the concept of Attributes were completely absent in their marketing, leaving many to speculate what Takara Tomy had planned for the concept.

EtymologyEdit

With the inclusion of the Japanese hiragana along with the kanji in the logos of each Attribute, readings for their transliteration is simplified. While some are easily translated, the original Japanese term for other Attributes cannot be translated neatly into English:

Kanji
Hiragana みず てん やみ かみ
Romaji Hi Mizu Ten Chi Yami Kami
Literal translation Fire, flame Water, cold water The sky; the heavens Earth, land, ground The dark; darkness A deity; a god; spirit
Translation Fire Water Sky Earth Darkness God

While the kanji used for each attribute can be translated and interpreted simply, the kanji for "kami" (which usually means "deity" or "(a) god") can be used in slang, changing its meaning to "amazing", "great", "fantastic", or "awesome".

TriviaEdit

  • The MFBZG attribute sky icon v2 lightning bolt featured in the "Sky" logo led many to speculate that the attribute would be called "Thunder".
  • MFBZG attribute water icon Water is the only attribute that did not have a Random Booster release.
  • Takara Tomy promoted the Synchrome System with a "Correlation Diagram" (相関図, sōkanzu) for the Attributes. Given the structure, one could assume that a possible scoring system was devised but never implemented.
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