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Guilty Longinus Karma Metal Destroy-2 (ギルティロンギヌス・カルマ・メタルデストロイ-2, Giruti Ronginusu Karuma Metaru Desutoroi-2) is an Attack Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy as part of the Burst System as well as the Dynamite Battle Layer System. It was released as a Booster in Japan on September 11th, 2021 for 1650円.

It is the successor to Rage Longinus Destroy' 3A.

DB Core - Longinus

Main article: DB Core - Longinus
The motif is of the spear of ruin, Longinus. A left-spin DB Core with two metal dragons and a super heavy weight.
— Official Description

In-depth information for Takara Tomy's Longinus DB Core will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.

Blade - Guilty

Main article: Blade - Guilty (Takara Tomy)
Guilty is a left-spin Attack Type Blade with four dragons on the top and two dragons on the reverse, which can make heavy metal attacks and Upper Attacks, in addition to attacks from above.
— Official Description

In-depth information for Takara Tomy's Guilty Blade will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.

Armor - 2

Main article: Armor - 2
The 2 Armor provides the Beyblade with an increase in attack power by focusing the center of gravity at two opposite points.
— Official Description

Takara Tomy's 2 is an Armor with two pointed ends opposite to each other. The two-sided shape has an even weight distribution at two opposite points to increase Attack.

Forge Disc - Karma

Main article: Forge Disc - Karma
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.

Performance Tip - Metal Destroy

Main article: Performance Tip - Metal Destroy
An Attack Type driver with improved performance with reinforced springs and a metal lock cap. It keeps rampaging for a long time due to the jagged shaft tip and guard parts.
— Official Description

Metal Destroy features an eight-pointed star tip, akin to Jaggy, under a free-spinning plate that sits at a standard height. It is the Metal Lock Driver version of the Destroy Performance Tip, featuring a Metal Lock and a stronger spring, increasing weight and Burst Resistance. The Metal Lock has shorter tabs than standard and Dash Locks, resulting in lower Burst Resistance, despite the stronger spring. There is a mold variation of Metal Destroy: initial releases of Metal Destroy have the original Metal Lock design, which can damage a Layer's teeth. All subsequent reprints of Metal Lock Drivers from October 2021 onward feature a running change that shortens the tabs, reducing Burst Resistance but also the likelihood of causing damage to a Layer.

Due to the tip's shape and diameter, Metal Destroy will create an aggressive movement pattern equivalent to Jaggy with the same moderately controllable movement pattern and speed.

What sets Metal Destroy apart from Jaggy is the free-spinning plate that is meant to stabilize a Beyblade if it is knocked off balance by creating a second point of contact with only minimal Stamina loss due to its free spinning nature. Unlike other Tips with similar gimmicks such as Cycle and Guard, the low placement of Metal Destroy's plate ensures that lock up does not occur, meaning that Destroy's gimmick works as intended.

While Metal Destroy has poor Stamina from the star shaped tip, the smooth perimeter and free-spinning nature of the plate also grants Metal Destroy high Life-After-Death which can allow Combinations to potentially Out-Spin their opponent if a Burst or Knock-Out has not been achieved.



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  • Like its predecessors Lost Longinus Nine Spiral, Nightmare Longinus Destroy, Bloody Longinus 13 Jolt, Zwei Longinus Drake Spiral' Metsu, and Rage Longinus Destroy' 3A, Guilty Longinus' name is based on the word "guilty", a term to describe a culpable of or responsible for a specified wrongdoing, and St. Longinus, the Roman soldier who pierced Jesus during his Crucifixion in Christian mythology.
  • Guilty Longinus' avatar is similar to Rage Longinus' avatar with alterations:
    • The entire body frame is now sleeker.
    • The wings are now armored with five plating.
    • A completely white head with four red eyes, violet crests with gold borders, and white extension on each cheek.
    • Violet sections on the base of the neck behind the head, the jagged collar around the clavicle area, the hip region and upper leg, the sharp calves, the inner tail, and the two large, and the jagged extensions at the two lower wing plating.
    • Gray upper arms and nails on each upper and lower claws.
    • Gold sections on the wings, hip region and each knee pad.
    • A flame-style tail stinger.
    • Two violet orbs: one on the chest and the second on the tail stinger's base.
    • Four silver blades with cerulean markings as part of the wings.
    • Cyan flames on the back of each neck spine toward the spines running down the tail, lower mandible, inner neck, torso, each inner toe and inner claw, and the base of the tail stinger.
    • And each thick forearm has two dragon heads.
  • Guilty Longinus is the last of four Dynamite Battle System Beyblades to include an Evolution Gear add-on piece for Dynamite Belial Nexus Venture-2, the first being Vanish Fafnir Tapered Kick-3, the second being Savior Valkyrie Shot-7, and the third being Astral Spriggan Over Quattro-0.
  • This Beyblade reuses the 2 Armor from Dynamite Belial Nexus Venture-2.