Killer Gemios DF145FS

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Killer Gemios DF145FS
Number: BB-56
System: Hybrid Wheel System
Type: Balance

Name Change

Killer Gemios was renamed Evil Gemios for the Hasbro release.

Face: Gemios

The Face depicts Gemini, the Twins and is the third astrological sign in the Zodiac.

Clear Wheel: Gemios

  • Weight: 2.2 grams

Gemios follows the same aesthetic principles as the Gemios Metal Wheel, and Killer, with a similar two-winged design. It is the lightest Clear Wheel available.

Metal Wheel: Killer

  • Weight: 31.2 grams

Like its Metal System predecessor Gemios, Killer has a textured, bumpy, two-winged design that ends in two rounded edges. However, unlike its predecessor, it is considerably thinner even with a smaller amount of metal dropping below the base of the Wheel. Being so thin, the edges of each wing do not apply as much force as those of the Gemios Metal Wheel; as a result, Killer loses any of the potential Smash Attack the first incarnation had.

Being so thin negates any possible defensive qualities, and though it may seem suited for Stamina, it preforms poorly compared to the top-tier Stamina Wheels such as Virgo, Burn, and Earth.

Track: Down Force 145

  • Weight: 3 grams

DF145 has four upward facing wings protruding from the top of the Track, which aside from giving it extra weight are meant to push air downwards. It is on par with 145 in Stamina combinations.

Use in Stamina Customization

DF145 can be put to good use in the custom, Burn Bull DF145SD.

Bottom: Flat Sharp

  • Weight: 0.6 grams

FS features a flat tip with a smaller, sharper tip in the center. As a result, when launched at a straight angle, the Beyblade spins on this sharp tip, with very little movement. However, when tilted, either from the contact of an opposing Beyblade or from the launch, the Bottom moves in an offensive pattern. However, it suffers from the same problems as other Balance Bottoms, in that the two qualities are compromised, resulting in mediocre performance in both fields.



Killer Gemios DF145FS has no real competitive value except for DF145 (which can be obtained in much more useful Beys) and should only be bought for collection.