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T Pisces T125ES Draft
|Thermal Pisces T125ES|
|System:||Hybrid Wheel System|
The Face on this Beyblade depicts Pisces, a constellation of the zodiac. Its name is the Latin plural for fish.
Clear Wheel: Pisces
- Weight: 2.7g
Pisces is a navy blue Clear Wheel with decorations resembling fish scales and shark fins.
Metal Wheel: Thermal
- Weight: 30.3
This metal wheel was first released with Thermal Pisces T125ES. It has 2 main sections, each resembling a shark. Despite being lighter than Flame, it has less undisturbed spin time, despite being only for a second. This is actually a trade of sorts, for this beyblade has superior defense to Flame while retaining great Stamina.
Use in Stamina Customization
Thermal Pisces DF145SD is a top tier Stamina customization, with a hint of defense provided in this very wheel. Thermal and Flame are interchangeable in customization depending on what a blader is looking for in a customization. Flame Sagittario DF145SD has a little bit more Stamina, but looses that much defense in turn.
Track: Tornado 125
- Weight: 1.7g
Originally released with the Booster Flame Libra T125ES, T125 is supposedly a Stamina type track. However, there is still the standing issue of how it is almost identical to D125, a fairly useful part released with Wolf D125B, in performance and use. The "Tornado" part, however, is a bit akin to those on DF145, so there is a possibility that it has some relevant Stamina uses. Then again, whether or not the gimmick of DF145, pushing down air, is truly what makes the part remarkable for Stamina, or some other unknown element. It is also unknown if T125 has that element if it is not truly the pushing down of air.
Use in Beyblade Customization
Flame Libra T125SD and Thermal Pisces T125SD are decent Stamina type Beyblades, and MF Rock Aries T125WB also has a level of defense, though non of the listed customizations are top tier.
Bottom: Eternal Sharp
- Weight: 1g
The Eternal Sharp bottom is surprisingly heavy, clocking in a whole Gram, but still lacks use. The Sharp family is known for horrid balance issues, and ES is no exception whatsoever. The bottom, oddly, is able to retract itself inside slightly, though this makes little to no difference. ES is a much better alternative to BS, but the D series bottoms are much more acceptable in a Beyblade Customization.
Use in Defense Customization
If you were to be at a shortage of B Series bottoms, MF Rock Aries C145ES would be plentifully heavy, but retain that horrible S Series balance issue. Despite being lighter, a Ball bottom would be much wiser for use.
Thermal is an amazing part for Stamina, but the rest of the lot is fairly useless. Thermal is the only relevant part imn this set, but invaluable all the same. Every Blader should own at least one of this Beyblade.
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--Firelord767 11:27, 23 January 2010 (CST)