Bandid Genbull F230TB

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Bandid Genbull F230TB
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Number: BBG-23
System: Beyblade Zero-G
Type: Stamina
Element: Earth

Stone Face: Genbull

  • Weight: 1.2 grams

The sticker on this Stone Face represents a comical illustration of a turtle shell with an eye peering from the hole. Genbull is based on Genbu, or Xuan Wu, the black tortoise with a snake coiling around it in Chinese mythology.

Chrome Wheel: Genbull

  • Weight: grams

Sat atop a very circular base is a mostly hexagonal shape. Four straight lines, to on each side, create a design reminescent of the Libra Wheel. Another mostly straight edge is built at the top of the Genbull Chrome Wheel, where the Crystal Wheel's orb is inserted. At the bottom, however, there is a small turtle head designed but it does not protrude that much from the overall circular shape of the real bottom of this Chrome Wheel.

Crystal Wheel: Bandid

  • Weight: 4.8 grams

Its original color is green. A clear derivative of a "bandit", Bandid oddly does not have a design reminescent of those characters. It vaguely illustrates some longer daggers, but it mostly complements Goreim's shape entirely: like the latter, this Crystal Wheel has block shapes with ridges in them.

Track: Free 230

  • Weight: grams

This Track's gimmick is that it is seemingly completely free-spinning. It is implied that it can make the Chrome Wheel it is attached to rotate in the opposite direction to the one it was launched in, simply after a hit with another Beyblade of the same original spin. However, in practice this would both be impossible, and, due to the fact the Beyblade would momentarily be stationary as it changed directions, result in an automatic loss. F230's core section is larger than regular tracks such as 145 and 230 to accommodate the free-spinning mechanism, while the end of the Track bears a much larger version of the irregular structure used for the base of most Bottoms.

Bottom: Twin Ball

  • Weight: gram

TB is simply a Wide Ball Bottom with a smaller ball at its tip. This causes it to wobble slightly.

Other Versions

  • Shinobi Genbull 130W²D - BBG-23 Random Booster Vol. 3 Bandid Genbull F230TB (Yellow and blue stickers)