Mugen, unlike other Performance Tips, is not compatible with a Forge Disc, Left-Spin Layer or Launcher as the weight and prongs of a Forge Disc have been integrated directly into Mugen, the thickness of the right sides of the prongs and the width of the prongs prevents a launcher from fitting inside. This is due to the fact that the Tip must be used with the Mugen and/or Musou Beystadiums.
Mugen’s bottom features a wide, low angled cone tip, akin to a larger Wide Defense from Metal Fight Beyblade, that is magnetized, akin to Prototype Nemesis from Metal Fight Beyblade. The magnetic tip connects with the center of the Mugen and/or Musou Beystadiums and keeps the Mugen Beyblade fixed in place and spins with the stadium’s motorized center, when knocked off of its perch, the wide cone tip creates a stable, Stamina-conserving spin and brings the Mugen Beyblade back to the spinning center and the heavy weight resists KOs.
Furthermore, the spring of Mugen is much stronger than that of other Performance Tips which increases the Burst resistance of the Layer it’s paired with. Such features are meant to simulate a strong Stationary Defense/Stamina/Attack Type depending on the Layer used in order to practice Banking Shoots with Attack Combinations or test a Combination’s Burst and/or KO resistance.
Since Mugen cannot be used with a Launcher, it cannot be used in tournaments, making it competitively worthless.
However, Mugen’s worth lies within how useful the Mugen Beystadium is to a blader, thus it is completely up to the buyer’s jurisdiction on whether or not to purchase Mugen.
- B-96 Mugen Beystadium DX Set - Strike God Valkyrie Mugen
- B-126 Cho-Z Musou Beystadium - Right Artemis Mugen