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This article is about the Hasbro release. For the Takara Tomy release, see Lucifer The End Kou Drift.
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Evo Lucius Endbringer L6 Vertical Drift-SP is a Defense Type Beyblade released by Hasbro as part of the Burst System as well as the SpeedStorm System. It was released in western countries as a part of the Motor Strike Battle Set for USD$69.99 in the United States.

Storm Chip - Evo Lucius L6

Main article: Storm Chip - Evo Lucius L6

Hasbro's Evo Lucius L6 is a right-spin Storm Chip that features the face of the Storm Chip's namesake, a fallen angel. Evo Lucius L6 has a standard weight for Hasbro Storm Chips, but has average Burst Resistance. Thus Evo Lucius L6 is outclassed by other right-spin Storm Chips such as Dragon D6.

Ring - Endbringer

Main article: Ring - Endbringer

In-depth information for Hasbro's Endbringer Ring will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.

Forge Disc - Vertical

Main article: Forge Disc - Vertical

Vertical is shaped somewhat like an upside-down funnel, similar to its predecessor Armed. However, unlike Armed, which has a more gradual and rounded slope, Vertical’s slope begins at a sharper angle and continues downward in a straight line. Vertical also sports a jagged, line-like design, which forms the outline for several holes on the disc’s exterior and eight protrusions on its underside. Despite resembling Armed in terms of shape, Vertical does not offer the same resistance to Bursting that Armed is notable for, while also possessing less Stamina than top-tier Forge Discs such as Spread and Gravity.

Performance Tip - Drift-SP

Main article: Performance Tip - Drift-SP

Drift-SP is Hasbro's SpeedStorm version of Takara Tomy's Drift Performance Tip, and thus features a similar round and wide shape. Unlike its regular counterpart, Drift-SP has a non-movable tip that lacks the ability to free spin, and is instead molded into the rest of the Performance Tip. In addition, the tip is no longer sharp, and has been flattened.

Like other SpeedStorm Performance Tips, Drift-SP is taller than the standard Performance Tip height, which makes it easier to Destabilize.

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