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This article is about the Takara Tomy release. For the Hasbro release, see Fusion Wheel - Variares (Hasbro).

Variares is a Fusion Wheel released by Takara Tomy. It debuted in Japan with the release of the BB-114 Starter Variares D:D on July 16, 2011 and in western countries with the release of the BB-114-FX Starter Pack Variares D:D in January 2013.


Variares is a thick, three-winged, Dual Spin Fusion Wheel. Like L-Drago Destructor, another 4D Metal Wheel, Variares replaces the Energy Ring as well. Each of the three wings end in a sharp point that provides intense Smash Attack in either spin direction. In addition to this, along each wing there are six indents of varying sizes that provide Spike Attack which works in tandem with the sharp Smash Attack points on the ends of each wing. While Variares' attack power is high, it does suffer from huge amounts of recoil, due to its aggressive design.

Between each wing is a large gap. Fitted in between these gaps is a yellow PC Frame, that protrudes outwards in a triangular shape as far as the Metal Frame. Unlike other 4D Metal Wheels, Variares' PC Frame is assembled in conjunction with the Metal Frame.

When Variares is spinning at high spin speeds, the springs of the PC Frame protrusions retract towards the centre of Variares due to the centrifugal force. This exposes more metal, and therefore producing more Smash Attack. This is considered Variares' "Attack Mode". As Variares' spin velocity lowers, the three protrusions of the PC Frame extend out to its full length, allowing for more plastic contact in an attempt to reduce Recoil. This is considered "Defense Mode".

Variares was consistently a top tier Attack Type part due to its Smash Attack, and despite its Defense Type classification, found use in many Attack Type combinations. It was later outclassed by the release of another 4D Metal Wheel, Flash, and Synchrome System parts.


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