Storm Fireblaze 130B is a Balance-type Beyblade found in Random Booster Vol. 5 Grand Cetus.

Facebolt: Fireblaze/Phoenix

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It depicts a phoenix one of the 88 constellation in space and phoenix is also the fiery bird which is shown on the bolt. The phoenix is an immortal bird who rises up from the ashes it dies in.

Energy Ring: Fireblaze/Phoenix


Fireblaze has originally a flame orange fire-like, design and is rather light. It is orange with black spots around it. Hasbro's release is the same but on the sides of the Face it doesn't say Phoenix on the stickers. Takara Tomy's Clear Wheel has yellow paint on it. It has good centrifugal force. This version is a light blue shade.

Attack: 0 - Defense: 2 - Stamina: 5

Fusion Wheel: Storm

  • Weight: 30.4 grams

Storm Fusion Wheel

Storm has a three-wing design with the gap between each wing ,which represents Pegasus (having come with Storm Pegasus originally). The wings are much flat and do not carry as much detail. The wings still resemble the wings of Pegasus however. Storm also features curvy wind-like patterns around.

Performance-wise, Storm is a decent Attack-Type Fusion Wheel. It's gaps serving as it's primary contact point, allow it to conduct decent Smash Attack capability.

Storm alongside Pegasus has been greatly outclassed by dozens of Attack-Type Fusion Wheels; with Variares and Blitz currently at the top. Spiral is, in a way, an upgraded and much better version of Storm.

Overall, Storm was a moderate Attack-based Fusion Wheel at it's release. Although it failed to live up to it's predecessor and has been outclassed, it still managed to provide decent Smash Attack and obtained in some way, a spot in the metagame.

Attack: 5 - Defense: 1 - Stamina: 1

Spin Track: 130

  • Weight: 1.29 grams
130 is a Spin Track of medium-high height. The only other tracks with a height of 130 are S130 and WA130. It is a pearl white color.

Performance Tip: Ball

  • Weight: 0.6 grams

Ball Tip

The Bottom Ball’s tip is, as its name suggests, shaped like a ball. This hemispherical shape provides a large area for the Bottom to make contact with the Stadium floor; hence increasing friction and making it more difficult to knockout. B’s shape also makes it likely to stay in the central areas of the Stadium, hence maximizing the customization’s distance from the Stadium exits.

B is therefore suitable for defensive purposes, although has been outclassed with the release of WB. One advantage it holds over Wide Ball is that it has more Stamina, and does not require a weakened launch; B can be used if WB is not available.

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