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Zwei Longinus Drake Spiral' Metsu (ツヴァイロンギヌス・ドレイク・スパイラルダッシュ・滅, Tsuvuai Ronginusu Doreiku Supairaru Dasshu Metsu) is an Attack Type Beyblade released as part of the Burst System as well as the Gatinko Layer System. It will be released as a Booster in Japan on June 22nd, 2019 for 1296円.

Gatinko Chip - Longinus

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Layer Weight - Metsu

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Layer Base - Zwei

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Forge Disc - Drake

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Performance Tip - Spiral'

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Trivia

  • Like its predecessors' Japanese namesake, Luinor L2 Nine Spiral, Luinor L3 Destroy, and Luinor L4 13 Jolt, Zwei Longinus' name is derived from "zwei", 2 in the German language, and St. Longinus, the Roman soldier who pierced Jesus during his Crucifixion in Christian mythology.
    • Zwei Longinus' avatar's snout structure and dual jaws is reminiscent to the head and two jaws of the Celestial Dragon of Osiris Egyptian God card from the first Yu-Gi-Oh! anime and card game.
  • The word "zwei" in its name is further enforced by the two dragon heads on the Gatinko chip.
  • This is the first Longinus Beyblade from Beyblade Burst to not be owned by Lui Shirosagi.

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