L-Drago Destroy DF105LRF Gold Armored Ver. (エルドラゴデストロイゴールドアーマードVer., Erudorago Desutoroi Gōrudo Āmādo Bājon) is a limited edition Attack Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy in Japan. It briefly appears in the manga as an upgraded variant of L-Drago Destructor F:S, owned by the series' deuteragonist, Ryuga.
Face Bolt - L-Drago III
- Main article: Face Bolt - L-Drago III
The L-Drago III Face Bolt depicts "Draco", one of the 88 constellations in space. The design features a dragon facing the left. The Metal Face Bolt version released with L-Drago Destroy DF105LRF (Gold Armored Ver.) is a Chinese dragon head design, facing downwards. This version is the heaviest Face Bolt in the Metal Saga toyline.
Fusion Wheel - L-Drago Destructor
- Main article: Fusion Wheel - L-Drago Destructor
Unlike most Fusion Wheels, L-Drago Destructor also replaces the Energy Ring. It is comprised of two parts, the Metal Frame (Energy Ring) and the Core (Fusion Wheel). Like previous L-Drago Wheels, the three-sided Metal Frame is shaped to resemble three dragon heads. It is much wider, has larger gaps between each head, and is significantly heavier than the previous L-Drago Wheels, many of which were notorious for their light weight. The Core contains rubber similar to that of Meteo L-Drago LW105LF, which allows for spin absorption. Takara Tomy gives L-Drago Destructor an "Absorb" stat of 6. The Hasbro release of L-Drago Destructor replaces the stickers with paint.
Spin Track - Down Force 105
- Main article: Spin Track - Down Force 105
Down Force 105 (DF105) is similar to Down Force 145 and Wing 105, with four wings meant to provide extra weight and push air upwards. However, this effect is negligible, and thus Down Force 105 is outclassed by other Attack Type Spin Tracks like 85.
Performance Tip - Left Rubber Flat
- Main article: Performance Tip - Left Rubber Flat
Left Rubber Flat features six curves going in a left-ward motion, giving it a star-like shape. This provides the Beyblade with fast and aggressive movement. This is due to the added friction that is created as a result. However there is a downside; despite its fast movement, it has low Stamina, much lower than that of Rubber Flat. When first used, LRF will be too fast and hard to control, so it is recommended that a Blader wears it down with a few practice battles for it to become more controllable.
- It features the same Spin Track and Performance Tip combo as Ultimate Meteo L-Drago Absorb DF105LRF.
- This Beyblade was released with the June 2011 issue of the CoroCoro Comic magazine.