Face Bolt - Fireblaze
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The Fireblaze Face Bolt depicts "Phoenix", one of the 88 constellations in space. The design features the flame-like head of a phoenix, along with the words "Phoenix" inside its beak. The original Takara Tomy release of Fireblaze features a tattooed Face Bolt, while Hasbro's Metal Fusion release is blank. The words "Phoenix" have also been removed on the Metal Fusion release. The Face Bolt in the Metal Masters re-released is identical to Takara Tomy's original release, while the Beyblade Legends re-release is a tattooed Face Bolt with the modified Hasbro design, albeit black instead of orange.
Energy Ring - Fireblaze
- Main article: Energy Ring - Fireblaze
Fireblaze's design consists of the wings and tails of "Phoenix". Yellow details are painted on the wings, with black stickers applied on the tail feathers. Later releases of Fireblaze by Hasbro omit the yellow painted details.
Fusion Wheel - Storm
- Main article: Fusion Wheel - Storm
Storm is the first Attack Type Fusion Wheel released in the Hybrid Wheel System. As the successor to the Pegasis Wheel, it features a similar three-winged design, although these wings are flatter compared to Pegasis. Each of the wings have slightly jagged ends, which are used for mediocre Smash Attack. When paired with low Spin Tracks like 90 and 100, Storm was once a top-tier Attack Type part. However, it has since been outclassed by countless other Fusion Wheels, such as Vulcan, Lightning and later Blitz and Flash. In addition, Spiral can be considered the successor to Storm, with a similar shape and superior attack capabilties.
Spin Track - 130
- Main article: Spin Track - 130
130 is a Spin Track of medium height, primarily used for Defense Type combos. It is a basic all-around Spin Track that also has uses in Attack and Stamina Type combinations. The 130 height is also found in Spin Tracks like Shield 130 (S130) and Wing Attack 130 (WA130).
Performance Tip - Ball
- Main article: Performance Tip - Ball
Ball (B) is a hemispherical plastic tip, providing a large area for contacting the stadium floor, hence increasing friction. Ball's shape also makes the Bey tend to stay in the center of the stadium, making ideal for use in Defense combinations.