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Karma (カルマ, Karuma) is a Forge Disc released by Takara Tomy as part of the Burst System as well as the Dynamite Battle Layer System. It debuted in Japan with the release of the B-189 Booster Guilty Longinus Karma Metal Destroy-2 on September 11th, 2021.


A disc that supports Low Mode. Karma has 10 upward blades that create a downward force when rotating counterclockwise to increase mobility.
— Official Description

Karma is a DB Disc with ten upward sloping blades along its perimeter, meant to create Upper Force in Left-Spin and Down Force in Right-Spin. It is essentially the Dynamite Battle Layer System version of Nine. In theory, the blades increase the grip of the Beyblade on the stadium floor with Down Force and decrease the friction between the Beyblade and the stadium floor with Upper Force. In practice however, the effect is negligible and the blades reduce the Life-After-Death (LAD) of Karma. Due to its shape and weight distribution, Karma works best in Attack Combinations.


Karma is outclassed in Attack Combinations by other DB Discs such as Fortress, Giga, and Over, which have higher Stamina, heavier weights, and more versatility.

As such, Karma is not a must have but is instead a welcome addition to a blader's collection.

Karma is not legal in the WBO's Burst Limited Format.

As such, Karma is recommended for collection purposes only.

Karma is not legal in the WBO's Burst Classic Format.

As such, Karma is recommended for collection purposes only.


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