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This article is about the Takara Tomy version. For Hasbro's HyperSphere Chip, see GT Chip - Balkesh B5. For Hasbro's Pro Series Chip, see GT Chip - Balkesh.

Bahamut (バハムート, Bahamūto) is a Gatinko Chip released by Takara Tomy as part of the Burst System as well as the Gatinko Layer System. It debuted in Japan with the release of B-143 Random Layer Vol. 1 Dread Bahamut Ten on May 25th, 2019.

Description

The motif is of the god dragon, Bahamut. A left-spin Gatinko Chip with seven fine locks.
— Official Description

Takara Tomy's Bahamut is a left-spin Gatinko Chip that depicts a dragon-like creature in the form of Bahamut, a monster from Arabic folklore. The design is reminiscent of its predecessor, Arc Bahamut. Bahamut has a standard weight for Gatinko Chips, and average Burst Resistance. Its mediocre Burst Resistance is due to its seven fine locks, and thus a Dash Driver is recommended if Bahamut is being used.

Overall

Due to its mediocre Burst Resistance, Bahamut is outclassed by other Gatinko Chips such as Longinus. Furthermore, Gatinko Layer System Energy Layers are too light to be competitive in the current metagame.

As such, Bahamut is recommended for collection purposes only.

Due to its mediocre Burst Resistance, Bahamut is not recommended if Blader plans to use the Erase Layer Base in the WBO's Burst Limited Format.

As such, Bahamut is recommended for collection purposes only.

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

As such, Bahamut is recommended for collection purposes only.

Products

Takara Tomy

Gallery

Takara Tomy

Trivia

References

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