Face Bolt: Scorpio/Escolpio
This face depicts Scorpius, one of the 88 constellations in space. It is green on a brown face. Scorpius is the 8th Zodiac sign of all 12.
Energy Ring: Escolpio
The energy ring is a brownish red color and represents a scorpion's stinger. It is the second lightest energy ring, being heavier than the Gemios clear wheel by 0.01 grams. It has white lines on its 'heads".
Attack: 2 - Defense: 4 - Stamina: 1
Fusion Wheel: Crash
Based off the Pre-HWS Bull, they do have many similarities in the wings; both having large slopes and nose rings. Though called useless by many, it does better than its predecessor and outclasses Storm as well. It shows a great resemblance to Vulcan, the only difference being weight. If Crash was heavier, it would have done much better. It is able to lift the opposing Bey into the air. Due to this, it has some potential in upper attack or as a destabilizer. However, with head on collisions, Crash has a lot of recoil, enough to knock it out of the stadium.
Attack: 3 - Defense: 2 - Stamina: 1
Spin Track: 125
- Weight: 1.1 grams
The 125 spin track is utilized in mid-height attack combos. It is more difficult to destabilize compared to 145 height stamina combos. It has declined in popularity as the choice of mid-height tracks due to the release of T125 and D125.
Performance Tip: Jog Ball (JB)
Jog Ball is the same size as Wide Ball, but with more defense due to the little rounded spikes on it to grip onto the stadium when hit. This Performance Tip acts more like a balance type bottom as it moves with notable aggression and grips for strong hits. When spinning solo, the spikes will not grip and will instead lessen floor contact. It has more stamina than Rubber Ball.
This Performance Tip does have one downfall. That is because while roaming around, it sets itself up for a K.O. The closer it is to the penalty pockets, the higher the chances are for stadium outs. Its performance dramatically changes depending on how you launch it.
Attack: 2 - Defense: 4.5 - Stamina: 0.5
- Midnight was renamed to Crash by Takara-Tomy in the Random Booster Vol. 9 Fusion Hades.
- This bey was originally going to be released by Hasbro in the Ascent Spark 2-Pack with a recolored Death Quetzocoatl 125SF.
- It's the second Beyblade to have a Midnight / Crash Fusion Fusion Wheel. The first was Midnight Bull 125SF.