- This article is about the Hasbro release. For the Takara Tomy release, see Bushin Ashura Hurricane Keep Ten.
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Bushin Ashindra A5 Hurricane Keep-H is a Defense Type Beyblade released by Hasbro as part of the Burst System as well as the HyperSphere System. It was released in western countries as a part of the Vertical Drop Battle Set for USD$34.99 in the United States and in a HyperSphere Starter Pack for USD$9.99 in the United States. The Starter Pack version of Bushin Ashindra A5 was later re-released as a part of the Battle Hunters 3-Pack for USD$24.99 in the United States.
GT Chip - Ashindra A5
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Layer Base - Bushin
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Forge Disc - Hurricane
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Hasbro's Hurricane Forge Disc is based on Takara Tomy's Forge Disc of the same name. As such, its shape resembles the design of its Takara Tomy counterpart. However, instead of consisting of a metal core and plastic piece, Hasbro's Hurricane is a single metal piece, with a perimeter mimicking the saw blade design of the plastic piece. Compared to its Takara Tomy counterpart, the number of protrusions has been reduced from 16 to 12. Furthermore, like all HyperSphere Forge Discs, Hasbro's Hurricane is able to use a Disc Frame, like the Core Discs. The underside of the Forge Disc has been hollowed out, reducing its weight to the standard 20 grams of HyperSphere Forge Discs.
Performance Tip - Keep-H
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- Ashindra is likely a portmanteau of "Ashura" (the original Takara Tomy name) and Indra who is a Vedic deity in Hinduism and the leader of the Devas. Indra and other Vedic gods in early Vedic texts and scriptures were called "asuras" hence the connection in the name.