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Pirates Phoenic WD145SF (パイレーツフェニックWD145SF, Pairētsu Fenikku WD145SF) is a Water Element Attack Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy in the Zero-G Random Booster Vol. 3 Bandid Genbull F230TB on October 20, 2012 in Japan.

Shogun Face Bolt - Phoenic[]

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Main article: Shogun Face Bolt - Phoenic

This Shogun Face Bolt depicts "Phoenix", a mythical bird that resurrects from the dead. The design of Phoenix features a phoenix screeching upwards, surrounded by fire that creates the shape of wings.

As with all Shogun Face Bolts, the Hasbro release of Phoenix is cross-shaped rather than the round diamond shape of its Takara Tomy Stone Face counterpart.

Warrior Wheel - Phoenic[]

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Main article: Warrior Wheel - Phoenic

Phoenix is a three-sided Warrior Wheel, made of three "wings", facing the rightward direction. All three wings feature a varying amount of sized heads of a phoenix as well as smooth, leftward pointing feathers. The mostly vertical, straight continuations of the feathers on the top, create a jagged pattern meant for Attack Type combinations.

Phoenix has a lot of contact points and immense Smash Attack potential due to its protrusions, but it is too light by itself to be competitive. All of its contact points are exposed when paired with the Thief Element Wheel, but this only provides a meagre weight of 35.1 grams, which puts it at an immense disadvantage when compared to top-tier attack Fusion Wheels like Flash, Variares and Blitz.

Element Wheel - Pirates[]

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Main article: Element Wheel - Pirates

The Pirate Element Wheel is designed to mirror and boost the Orochi Warrior Wheel. It depicts many motifs related to Pirates, showing a skull, the ocean, a tentacle, and a mast. It lacks meaningful contact points and as such is irrelevant for competitive play, as any Combinations making use of an Element Wheel must be useful for Attack to be competitive, given the nature of Warrior Wheel/Element Wheel Combinations being imbalanced.

Spin Track - Wide Defense 145[]

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Main article: Spin Track - Wide Defense 145

Wide Defense 145 (WD145) features three “wings”. The wings are similar to that of ED145, the only difference being that its wings cannot spin freely. The defensive capabilities of this part are outclassed in all areas by other Defensive Tracks, such as C145, GB145, BD145, and 230, as it does not absorb hits as successfully. Furthermore, it is easy for the low attacker’s Wheel to be caught between the Wheel and WD145, causing a lot of recoil and spin reduction in the process.

Performance Tip - Semi-Flat[]

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Main article: Performance Tip - Semi-Flat

Semi-Flat (SF) is a sharp tip with a flattened end. As a result, Semi-Flat displays a combination of Attack and Stamina qualities, moving in a semi-aggressive pattern. Because of this however, the two attributes are compromised, resulting in an average performance in both categories.

Semi-Flat produces a movement pattern that, while aggressive, is much slower than any flat Performance Tip. 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 Spike (S) or Eternal Spike (ES). However, it is in absolutely no competition with Performance Tips such as Wide Defense (WD) for Stamina or Rubber Spike (RS) for Defense.

Semi-Flat found a niche use in Destabilizer combinations, where a low Spin Track combined with Semi-Flat's balanced qualities allowed the Beyblade to destabilize the opposing Beyblade.

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