Monday, October 31, 2011

BB-119 Death Quetzalcoatl 125RDF

Next bey after all the Bearing Madness...

BB-119 Death Quetzalcoatl 125RDF

Contents Include:
FaceBolt (Blank)
Quetzalcoatl Clear Wheel
Death 4D 2-Tier Metal Wheel
125 Track
Rubber Defence Flat Bottom
Light Launcher 2 with Ripcord
Stickers & Instructions

The Death MW is known as the "wall" in the 4D series of Bey due to its high MW height (in Attack Mode).

Death 4D MW is a 2-Tier inter flip capable MW system that ables 2 mode changes, Attack and Defence.

In Attack Mode, the Death is a tall, metal 'Wall' with many indents and jaggered design on its surface. Its 'crown-like' design maximises its attack capabilities to taller opponents and the hollow grooves in the lower tier depletes opponents spin ratio greatly when in contact with another MW.

In Defence Mode, the top metal ring is flipped over to conceal the hollow grooves on the lower metal wheel forming a thick and round MW. The small displacement between the 2 MWs retains a little 'Recoil' capability.

The Qestzalcoatl also introduce yet another new Rubber-based bottom after the Rubber Ball, the Rubber Defence Flat (RDF). the RDF, in a simple way is a crossover between the Flat bottom and a 'seasoned' Rubber Sharp bottom.

When launched, the RDF performs similar to a Flat, making small circular motion around the mid section of the Bey Stadium.

When countered by another Bey, the RDF functions like a Rubber Sharp, making it very difficult for the opponent Bey to move the Quetzalcoatl from its position.

The RDF, surprisingly holds a little Stamina capability in it despite it being a rubber Flat bottom, of course don't expect any fantasic Bearing Drive like stamina ya.

Overall, the Death Quetzalcoatl 125RDF is quite an all rounder when it comes to Attack and Defence capabilities. With the right Track and Bottom configurations could be quite a good Attack or Defence Bey. The design on the Death MW also make it a must have for any collector. Good Bey to add to the stash~  

1 comment:

  1. Wow! Cool, I've got Death Quetzalcoatl, but it does not perform very well. You see, even in his Defense Mode, Death Quetzalcoatl always ends up losing by an beyblade. He's the most lame beyblade in my sight.