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Cosmo Dragon Vanguard Revolve Retsu (コスモドラゴン・バンガード・リボルブ・烈, Kosumo Doragon Bangādo Riboribu Retsu) is a Stamina Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy as part of the Burst System as well as the Gatinko Layer System. It was released in Japan on October 19th, 2019 for 6458円 as a part of the Gatinko Customize Set.

Gatinko Chip - Dragon

Main article: Gatinko Chip - Dragon 1
The motif is of the legendary phantom beast, Dragon. A right-spin Gatinko Chip with four standard locks.
— Official Description

In-depth information for Takara Tomy's first Dragon Gatinko Chip will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.

Layer Weight - Retsu

Main article: Layer Weight - Retsu
A Weight built into a Layer. A heavy Weight that creates a blurred attack with its three weight points.
— Official Description

Retsu has three hexagons, one on the right side and two on the left side. That means most of the weight will be concentrated on one side of the Beyblade the Retsu weight is on. Also, the Retsu weight's hexagons don't have that much detail, they are just basic, thus having less weight than detailed weights like Sen and Goku. Being that the weight of Retsu is low compared to more-detailed layer weights stated in the previous sentence, Retsu is heavily outclassed and has no use in combinations.

Layer Base - Cosmo

Main article: Layer Base - Cosmo
A Stamina Type Base that does not receive any friction with its lower blade that is as smooth as possible while increasing the centrifugal force with its upper blade divided into two layers.
— Official Description

In-depth information for Takara Tomy's Cosmo Layer Base will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.

Forge Disc - Vanguard

Main article: Forge Disc - Vanguard (Takara Tomy)

Takara Tomy's Vanguard is a six-bladed Forge Disc that slopes downwards, similar to Armed and Vertical. The inner and bottom edges of Vanguard consist of plastic riveted to a metal frame. Two of the six blades are larger than the others.

The low-lying shape of Vanguard makes it excellent to use in Life-After-Death (LAD) Stamina Combinations, often being used alongside the Bearing' and Rise Performance Tips. Its performance is comparable to 00/10Wall in this aspect, sharing similar roles. Vanguard can also be used in Attack Combinations, although a Blader must be careful to avoid scraping the Stadium floor. Among Gatinko Layer System Forge Discs, Vanguard is a decent all-around Forge Disc.

Performance Tip - Revolve

Main article: Performance Tip - Revolve

Revolve features a sharp tip of a small diameter surrounded by a free spinning ring, akin to the Around Sharp Performance Tip from the Metal Fight Saga. The sharp tip of Revolve provides low friction with the stadium floor, resulting in high Stamina and Burst Defense properties. While the small diameter of the sharp tip may imply easy Destabilization, the wide diameter of the free spinning ring helps maintain Stability. The wide diameter of the ring also provides Revolve high Precession time which is useful against Opposite-Spin and Mobile Stamina Combinations. Furthermore, when launched at an angle, the free spinning ring of Revolve makes more contact with the stadium floor resulting in decent Knock-Out Resistance, however said Knock-Out Resistance still lags behind that of Orbit and Atomic due to the lower surface area and some Beyblades that are off center are easier to Burst. 

In the current metagame, Revolve is best suited for Pure Stamina Combinations due to the release of Atomic. However, Revolve's spring lock is stronger than that of Atomic and Orbit's, allowing it to be a safer choice for Layers with weak teeth such as Deep Chaos.

Due to considerable manufacturing variations, Bladers must be careful when using this Tip. Some variations of Revolve do not spin freely as they should, and the disc becomes very stiff to tilt. Others have the disc pop out after significant usage. For competitive use, the most free spinning one is ideal. The chances of obtaining one, however, are random.



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