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Zwei Bahamut Outer Assault' Zan (ツヴァイバハムート・アウター・アサルトダッシュ・斬, Tsuvuai Bahamūto Autā Asaruto Dasshu Zan), stylized as Zwei Bahamut Ωuter αssault' Zan, is an Attack Type Beyblade released by Takara Tomy as part of the Burst System as well as the Gatinko Layer System. It was released as a wbba. Store Exclusive Booster in Japan on November 30th, 2019 for 1320円.
Gatinko Chip - Bahamut
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Takara Tomy's Bahamut is a Gatinko Chip that depicts a dragon-like creature in the form of Bahamut, a sea monster from Arabic folklore. The design is similar to its predecessor, Arc Bahamut.
Layer Weight - Zan
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In-depth information for Takara Tomy's Zan Layer Weight will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.
Layer Base - Zwei
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In-depth information for Takara Tomy's Zwei Layer Base will be placed here once drafting has been completed for it. Please be patient.
Forge Disc - Outer
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Outer features a wide, almost perfectly circular shape with large gaps separating the center from the edge, these gaps are mean to increase Outward Weight Distribution (OWD) to increase Stamina while the circular perimeter increases Life-After-Death. Outer boasts the highest Stamina and Life-After-Death in the game, outclassing 2/4/5/7 Cross/Glaive Core Disc and Disc Frame Combinations while not presenting the same Burst risk as the aforementioned Core Discs and Disc Frames or similar Forge Discs such as Ring due to its weight.
Performance Tip - Assault'
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Assault' is a wider version of Accel. It is a flat-based Performance Tip and is the same height as all previous Performance Tips released in the Beyblade Burst series. The top of the Driver features a symbol called alpha (α, the first letter of the Greek alphabet) which represents "αssault", for easy recognition between other Performance Tips. While Bladers commonly spell it as Assault, the use of the α in the official spelling ensures that the one-part-per-letter rule gets followed in the Burst System, instead of doubling the As.
Assault' performs like a standard flat tip, but it is just much faster around the stadium compared to previous releases because of its tip's wider circumference. The enhanced speed makes Assault' great for Attack Combinations, but this comes with sacrifices of control of the Beyblade. Due to the speed this Driver produces, it makes it a lot harder to pull off a flower pattern by Banking or performing a Sliding Shoot. As such, it is mostly only good at defeating Mobile Combinations that wander close to the Tornado Ridge, which it follows wildly once it catches onto it. The larger surface of contact's higher friction also comes at the expense of lower Stamina, with Assault' losing spin velocity earlier than smaller flat tips and delivering mediocre hits by the time it reaches the center of the stadium.
Like other Dash Performance Tips, Assault' features a stronger spring lock, increasing the Performance Tip's Burst Resistance.