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Roar Balkesh B7 Giga-Q Edge-Q+Moment-10 is a Stamina and Defense Type Beyblade that is a part of the Burst System as well as the QuadDrive System. It was released in western countries as a QuadDrive Starter Pack for USD$11.99 in the United States.

Drive Chip - Balkesh B7

Main article: Drive Chip - Balkesh B7

Hasbro's Balkesh B7 is a left-spin Drive Chip that features a dragonic head representing the Drive Chip's namesake. Balkesh B7 has an above average weight for Drive Chips, and average Burst Resistance. Like other Drive Chips, its Burst Resistance is not comparable to GT Chips released in the HyperSphere System, which have higher Burst Resistance. The issue of low Burst Resistance is compounded by the light weight of QuadDrive System Layers, making them even easier to Burst than usual.

Blade - Roar

Main article: Blade - Roar (Hasbro)

In-depth information for Hasbro's Roar Blade will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.

Gravity Ring - 10

Main article: Gravity Ring - 10

Hasbro's 10 is a Gravity Ring based on Takara Tomy's 10 Armor. As such it retains the same general shape as 10, with triangular shapes at ten points. Unlike its Takara Tomy counterpart however, it is made of plastic instead of metal, and as such its weight has been reduced. In theory, 10 is stable due to an even weight distribution at ten points. In practice however, since all Gravity Rings are plastic instead of metal like Takara Tomy's Armors, they are all around the same weight and offer no differences in performance, with the main difference between them being only aesthetic. As any differences in the weight distribution of a Combination are negligible, it is difficult to suggest using a particular Gravity Ring over another. Furthermore, most QuadDrive System Layers are lightweight and thus outclassed by heavier Layers.

Forge Disc - Giga-Q

Main article: Forge Disc - Giga-Q

Hasbro's Giga-Q is a symmetrical, octagon-shaped QD Disc based on Takara Tomy's Giga. It retains the same diameter and general shape as its Takara Tomy counterpart, but is thinner overall with a hollowed out underside; it is consequently about 8 grams lighter. Its weight is comparable to the likes of the Core Discs 0 and 00; however the aforementioned Core Discs can facilitate Disc Frames, which can increase their weight further, while Giga-Q cannot. As Giga-Q is purely a weaker version of Giga, there is no reason to use Giga-Q over the latter.

Performance Tip - Edge-Q

Main article: Performance Tip - Edge-Q

Edge-Q is Hasbro's QuadDrive counterpart to the Edge Performance Tip, and thus features 4 edges that descend toward a point, creating a sharp bottom. Due to its shape, Edge-Q has poor balance, causing it to tilt on its axis and topple over.

Unlike its normal counterpart, Edge-Q features a slightly modified shape and two attachment points to accommodate the use of an Armor Tip. Like all QuadDrive Performance Tips, an Armor Tip can be attached to Edge-Q, switching it to "Plus Mode". In this mode, Edge-Q is essentially replaced by the Armor Tip, and the height becomes similar to a SpeedStorm Performance Tip. Edge-Q features high Burst Resistance comparable to Assault-Q, and thus it is recommended to use Edge-Q as the base QuadDrive Performance Tip for an Armor Tip.

Armor Tip - Moment

Main article: Armor Tip - Moment

In-depth information for the Moment Armor Tip will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.