Thief Phoenic E230GCF

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Thief Phoenic E230GCF
Number: BBG-09
System: Beyblade Zero-G
Type: Attack
Element: Fire

Stone Face: Phoenic

  • Weight: 1.2 grams

This Stone Face's sticker illustrates the simplistic form of a phoenix, another mythical creature.

Chrome Wheel: Phoenic

  • Weight: 29.8 grams

The Phoenic Chrome Wheel has three wings formed of big, smoothed feathers pointing towards the left, therefore contrary to its spin direction. Engraved claws appear to clutch the orb from the Crystal Wheel that protrudes through Phoenic, while the heads of the two other wings represent the beaks of birds, essentially. The relief on this Chrome Wheel isn't overly complicated: in fact, its sides are mostly vertical, straight continuations of the feathers on the top, creating a jagged pattern meant for Attack.

Crystal Wheel: Thief

  • Weight: 5.3 grams

Just like Phoenic, Thief is shaped in an odd way with some longer parts but also numerous circular protrusions. Its initial release colour is grey yellow.

Track: Elevator 230

  • Weight: 7.4 grams

E230 is a mechanical upgrade to the regular 230 Track. Its core is modified to accomodate, along its whole height, the ascent and descent of a free-moving disk, hence the term "elevator". This disk however does not freely-rotate around the Track like ED145, and its vertical position cannot be fixed. E230 works almost essentially for the Zero-G Stadiums, because its gimmick requires a lot of movements up and down to function well. As the Beyblade comes down, E230 comes in contact with the sides of the stadium, and this contact is maintained all the way to the bottom, which theoretically allows the Combination to keep its balance despite the erratic movements of the Zero-G Stadiums. This allows it to stumble over even less, which is useful since it isn't a rare occurence in those stadiums.

Bottom: Gear Circle Flat

  • Weight: 2.5 grams

As an upgraded version of Circle Flat, GCF is a Flat Bottom with a slightly larger tip, mounted by a huge disk. Instead of its circumference being smooth like CF however, its edges are cut in places to form the shape of a mechanical gear. This gimmick is meant to embrace the curve of the Zero-G stadiums and also create less smooth movement patterns around the stadium for the Beyblade using GCF.

Other Versions

  • Pirates Phoenic WD145SF - BBG-23 Random Booster Vol. 3 Bandid Genbull F230TB (Blue, green-yellow stickers)
  • Archer Phoenic 125B - BBG-23 Random Booster Vol. 3 Bandid Genbull F230TB (Orange, pink, yellow, blue and green stickers)