Roller Defenser

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Roller Defenser
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Number: 26
System: 4-Layer
Type: Defense

Attack Ring (AR): Roller Defense Ring

  • Weight: 7 grams

Roller Defense Ring is a compact AR built for Defense. Its gimmick is to deflect attacks with use of its two wheels. On paper, this may seem useful for Defense, however, the wheels work as a force against the AR. When in contact from a hit, the wheels are supposed to spin in order to deflect attacks. Depending on the parts used with it, the wheels can stay fixed causing it to recoil and lose balance. This also strains the AR which is one of the main causes of it breaking.

Using Roller Defense Ring in Left Spin

NOTE: The following has been officially declared illegal under WBO rulings, and is being kept here for informational purposes. Although it can not fit into a Left SG properly, it is still possible for it to work in left spin. By placing the wheels on top of the AR instead of the spot where they belong, the gap where the launcher fits into the AR becomes tight enough for it to stay on.

Use in First Generation Zombies

Although Wing Cross (Bistool, Gekiryu-oh, Ultimate Frostic Dranzer) was available for use, spin direction was more essential to stealing spin than the alignment of the Zombie Beyblade as a whole.

An example combo would be:

Roller Defense Ring is compact enough that it would mostly rely on the Wide Survivor for taking the hits in order to steal spin.

Weight Disk (WD): Heavy

See Heavy (WD).

Blade Base (BB): Semi-Flat Base

See Semi-Flat Base.


Now out of date, Roller Defenser was primary used for Zombie customizations. Its AR, Roller Defense Ring was the predecessor to Zombie ARs such as Tiger Defenser (Driger S) and War Lion (Galeon) in the sense that it could be used in Left spin - though the legality of this after Takara's switch to a stricter ruleset is questionable, and it has since been declared illegal by the World Beyblade Organization. Although its gimmick was not effective, it would be used once again with Spike Lizard as well as the HMS Beyblade Advance Guardian, and the MFB Divine Chimera TR145FB's Triple Roller 145 Track. There is no reason to buy this Beyblade outside of collection purposes.