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Wizard Fafnir Ratchet Rise Sen (ウィザードファブニル・ラチェット・ライズ・閃, Uizādo Fabunīru Rachetto Raizu Sen) is a Stamina Type Beyblade released as part of the Burst System as well as the Gatinko Layer System. It was released as a Starter in Japan on April 27th, 2019 for 1728円.
Gatinko Chip - Fafnir
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Layer Weight - Sen
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Layer Base - Wizard
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Forge Disc - Ratchet
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Performance Tip - Rise
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- Like its predecessor Fafnir F3 8 Nothing, Fafnir F4 8' Absorb and Fafnir F4 8'Proof Absorb, Wizard Fafnir's name is based off of Fafnir, a son of the dwarf king Hreidmar, in Norse mythology. Fafnir was cursed by Andvari's ring and gold, turning him into a dragon, which is enforced by Fafnir's dragon avatar.
- The "wizard" portion of its name is based from wizard, a man in legends and fairy tales, who's skilled in the arts of magic.
- This is the first Fafnir Beyblade not to be owned by Free De La Hoya.
- Like Free, Fumiya rarely uses a Bey Launcher to use Wizard Fafnir, but instead of spinning it from his hand like Free, Fumiya places the Beyblade on the Beystadium's center, letting it absorb spin from the opponent's Beyblade's attacks.