Phoenic depicts the Phoenix, a mythical firebird which rises from its ashes for in some way, immortality. In a stylized design, it has the phoenix screeching upwards, with its curved beak and eye. It is surrounded by a region of inferno, yet creates an illusion of the phoenix's wings. The wings are large, curved and explicit; giving way to the phoenix in all its glory.
Warrior Wheel: Phoenic
Phoenic is as its name suggests, influenced by the phoenix. Being three-sided; made of three "wings", all facing to the right, and interestingly, all feature a various amount of varying sizes of the heads, of a phoenix. It is also like the Shogun Steel Version of Blitz, from Blitz Striker 100RSF. The heads are detailed with a pointed beak, an elongated back head, as well as decals creating the phoenix's eyes. Feathers also appear; between each phoenix face, with a fire detail keen to them. When looked from a certain glance though, the Chrome Wheel as a whole, appears as three phoenix wings.
The phoenix faces are all specifically designed, in a similar, yet different manner. The faces to the far left are all looking to the right, while the faces at the far-right, appear to be looking downwards. Lastly, the faces at the bottom, are facing the right, yet their eyes are looking in the opposite direction. There are four phoenix faces on each side, making a total of twelve heads, though one face at the right is only compromised as a sticker, with no actual detail.
Element Wheel: Pirates
The Pirates Crystal Wheel mirrors the Orojya Chrome Wheel in size almost perfectly, which gives Pirates Orojya 145D more Stamina in the Zero-G stadium. It depicts many different etchings related to actual Pirate. On it is shown a skull, the ocean, a tentacle of a sea creature, a doubloon and a mast of a ship.
Spin Track: Wide Defense 145 (WD145)
Wide Defense 145 is a lot like Eternal Defense 145, but ED145 is free spinning, while WD145 is more stable, giving more protection from Upper Attacks. Like ED145, it features 3 'wings' that sit on the Spin Track to protect it from low attackers. The disadvantage of the wings on WD145 is that they are locked onto the Track, and do not spin freely. This creates a lot of recoil when hit by low attackers, and often sends the WD145 user either flying or sends it dangerously off Balance or even breaking it in rare cases. One advantage WD145 has over the free-spinning ED145 is that now Beys are less likely to get caught in the 'hooks' at the end of each wing. This will stop rare self-KO's that ED145 provided. The T125 Spin Track that comes with the alternate version of Grand Ketos is less flawed and is recommended over this version, which comes with WD145. However, Since Grand is so light, you would want to stick to the WD145 ver. because WD145 has more weight and is taller for more Defense. It is outclassed by TR145/R145/SW145/UW145/C145/ ED145/M145/BD145/GB145/CH120 (In CH145 mode) due to high recoil.
Performance Tip: Semi Flat (SF)
SF is wider than Sharp but not as wide as any Flat Bottom. It produces a movement pattern that, while it is aggressive, is much slower than any Flat Bottom. The increased friction with the stadium floor due to the wider tip both increases its Defense and Stamina in comparison to a bottom similar to S or ES. However, it is in absolutely no competition with bottoms similar to WD for Stamina or RS for Defense. Semi-Flat is meant to be used in Balance type Beyblades, as it combines aspects of Attack, Defense and Stamina. Bull is the first Bey to use this performance tip. Big Bang Pegasus F:D's Final Drive 4D bottom uses this tip. This tip can be replaced with Ray Gil's performance tip.