- This article is about the Hasbro version. For the Takara Tomy version, see Superking Chip - Spriggan.
Spryzen S6 is a Storm Chip released by Hasbro as part of the Burst System as well as the SpeedStorm System. It debuted in western countries with the release of the Betromoth B6 & World Spryzen S6 Dual Pack.
Hasbro's Spryzen S6 is a Storm Chip that features a face representing the Storm Chip's namesake. Like previous Spryzen Layers, Spryzen S6 has a dual-spin gimmick that allows the spin direction of the Storm Chip to be changed with a dedicated tool found on Hasbro's launchers. Unlike its Takara Tomy Superking Chip counterpart, Spryzen S6 lacks the metal Chip Core. Despite this, Spryzen S6 is the heaviest Storm Chip released, outweighing most other Storm Chips by half a gram. Spryzen S6 in right-spin has average Burst Resistance and is outclassed by other Right-Spin Storm Chips such as Dragon D6. However, in left-spin Spryzen S6 the highest Burst Resistance out of all the left-spin Storm Chips.
Although Hasbro's Spryzen S6 only has average Burst Resistance in right-spin, its high Burst Resistance in left-spin outclasses all other left-spin Storm Chips. Furthermore, Spryzen S6 has additional versatility due to its heavy weight and dual-spin gimmick.
As such, Hasbro's Spryzen S6 is a must-have for competitive bladers.
- Unlike other Storm Chips, Spryzen S6 lacks the two holes that are located in the center. This is likely due to the fact that their omission is required for the incorporation of the dual-spin gimmick.