<onlyinclude>'''Ogre O4''' is an Attack Type Energy Layer that'sprimarily triangular in shape. Its design consists of three large primary blades and three pairs of two smallsecondaryblades;allof which are made of colored plastic. The primary blades are made at a taller height than the secondaryblades,are raised upwards at the ends, and has translucent-black and metallic-painted plastic blades stacked on top of them that also surround the center rim of the Layer;two of the plasticblades are molded into the shape of bony tails or spines. In the center of the Layer is a beast-like head that's depictedfromasidewaysprofile; with a large primary plastic blade protruding from its forehead, and foursmallspikesprotrudingfromthebackofitshead.Thesedetails represent the Layer<nowiki/>'s namesake; the Ogre, a man-eating giant in mythology. As a part of the SlingShock System, '''Ogre O4 '''features regular plastic instead of metal in its design; in this case, the bony blades and protrusions are made of plastic. The inclusion of plastic makes '''Ogre O4 '''fast enough to ride the Rail System of the [[SlingShock Beystadium]]/[[Rail Rush Battle Set|Rail Rush Beystadium]], albeit at the cost of being lightweight; lighter than most SwitchStrike Layers.
<onlyinclude>'''Ogre O4''' is Attack Type Energy Layer that three pairs of two of the blades the center of the Layer the of a beast's with a protruding from forehead and the namesake; the Ogre, a man-eating giant in mythology.
Akin to most other Cho-Z Layers, '''Ogre O4'''is compatible with a [[Level Chips|Level Chip]] that can be fitted underneath the Layer.</onlyinclude>
Akin to other Cho-Z , '''Ogre O4'''is compatible with a Level Chip that can be fitted underneath the Layer.</onlyinclude>
Ogre O4 is a triangular-shaped Attack Type Energy Layer that features three pairs of two jagged protrusions between each gap of the Layer’s three large blades. In the center of the Layer is the sideways angle of a beast's head facing the left, along with a spikes protruding from is forehead and backside, along with two skeletal-like tails that circle the perimeter, all representing the Layer’s namesake; the Ogre, a man-eating giant in mythology.