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Bump King, known as Pumping (パンプキング) in Japan, is a Beyblade released as part of the Spin Gear System. It was released in Japan on November 1999.

Bit-Chip: Bump King

The Bump King Bit-Chip features a Bit-Chip from Jisedai Begoma Battle Beyblade. This would be the last Beyblade to do so, as after this Bit-Chip, Beyblades that were released further into the Spin Gear System would include Bit-Beasts from Beyblade Fighting Tournament.

Attack Ring: Upper Force

Main article: Attack Ring - Upper Force

Weight: 4 grams

This AR has three triangle shaped wings that would be used for Smash Attack in left spin. However, due to first generation limitations, this AR may only be used in right spin. In this spin direction, the large and flat projections create incredible amounts of recoil while providing minimal Attack; essentially nullifying any potential use it may have had. Useless and fragile, this is often considered one of the worst ARs ever created.

Weight Disk: Wide

Main article: Weight Disk - Wide

Weight
Attack
Defense
Stamina
13 grams
★★★

Wide is both the first Weight Disk ever produced and the first Wide Weight Disk. As its name suggests, this Weight Disk is very wide and has six sides forming a hexagonal shape. It is also the Wide Weight Disk with the least amount of sides, compared to its later successors, Eight Wide and Ten Wide.

Blade Base: Semi-Flat Base

Main article: Blade Base - Semi-Flat Base

  • Weight: 7 grams

This part's tip is what gives this BB its uniqueness. It is sharp but flattened on the very end. The movement pattern exhibited when launched straight into a BeyStadium is best suited for Endurance purposes. However, when launched on a slant it begins to move in an extremely controlled, circular attack-type pattern. Seeing as a flat tip would sacrifice all of its Survival ability while a sharp tip would sacrifice its Defense ability. Being a mixture of both allows it to have Balance. Here are two sample customizations:


Other Releases

Purple (Fukubako 2000)

Green (Random Booster I)

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