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The interest of this beyblade is only if you don't have better parts. Death, 125 and RDF confirms this constat. Death have use in defence due to it's weight if you don't own Basalt or Diablo, 125 does have use in attack if you don't have CH120 and RDF has poor stamina, due to be a rubber tip, and do have floor scraps when stamina becomes low. Even that, it can be used in replacement of WD or EWD. '''Every blader should own at least one copy of this beyblade.
[[Category:Metal Fight Beyblade]]
[[Category:Metal Fight Beyblade]]

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Death Quetzalcoatl 125RDF
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Number: BB-119
System: Metal Fight Beyblade
Type: Balance

Face: Quetzalcoatl

The Face depicts Quetzalcoatl, the Mesoamerican feathered serpent deity. This Face mark differs from the Metal System Quetzalcoatl Face however. It resembles more its first Face mark, but it has more colours, exaggerated traits, a more fierce design, as well as patterns in the sticker's background that got inspired by the Mesoamerican civilization's cultures.

4D Clear Wheel: Quetzalcoatl

  • Weight: 2.6 grams

The Quetzalcoatl Clear Wheel is of a pale golden colour and illustrates two winged serpents with a head more like that of a cobra.

4D Metal Wheel: Death

  • Weight: 43.6 grams

The gimmick introduced in this 4D Metal Wheel is that one of the two metal parts, the Metal Frame, can be flipped to form another mode. Death has no PC Frame, only metal pieces, which makes it one of the heaviest 4D Metal Wheels available.

Metal Frame

When put in Attack Mode, the Metal Frame shows details of several serpent heads with fangs, enhancing the term "attack".

If the Metal Frame is completely flipped to be in Defense Mode, this other side reveals a design of serpent scales, which relates to the term "defense" and how animals defend themselves with their back, their scales, etc.


As with any other Core in 4D, this part connects the Wheel with the Track. Its design is based on wings, so the combination of the Metal Frame and the Core indeed illustrate a winged serpent, which is the representation of Quetzalcoatl.

Track: 125

  • Weight: 1.0 gram

The 125 Track is a midway between the 105 and the 145 Tracks. Utilized in mid-height stamina combos, it is more difficult to destablize compared to 145 height stamina combos. It has declined in popularity as the choice mid-height track due to the release of gimmicked tracks of the same height, such as T125 and D125.

Bottom: Rubber Defense Flat

  • Weight: 1.1 grams

RDF is an odd combination of shapes to hypothetically form a tip with both Defense and Attack abilities. This Bottom consists of a very wide plastic encasing which holds a rubber tip with a large, flat surface and a small protuberance in the middle which ends in another flat point. The rubber, which constitutes the actual tip, comes very flush with the plastic structure that contains it.

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