BB-113 Scythe Kronos T125EDS Draft

Just a small grammar mistake: in the beginning of the 4D Metal Wheel section, you typed 'gimiick' where it should be 'gimmick'. Aside from that and what Ultra mentioned, I don't see anything else that needs to be fixed.
I have made the changes, but perhaps the odd sentence from the Fang Leone draft would be more appropriate here ? "Any Blader with an adequate collection is advised to buy this Beyblade."
I don't think that ''Every Blader should own one of this Beyblade.'' is the best conclusion for this Beyblade.
It's been outclassed from a lot of components, and I don't think that "Any Blader with an adequate collection is advised to buy this Beyblade." is a sentence that can help bladers to understand something about this Beyblade. I think that in the Overall Section should be wirtten that it's been outclassed by Duo and Phantom and that there's no reason to purchase this Beyblade.
I agree with Galaxy on this one, it's significantly outclassed.
Scythe can be used competitively still yes, but it isn't top tier, so it really comes into question, which you'd prefer have up, something that says it's good and competitive, or something that says it's outclassed thoroughly by Duo and Phantom. EDS is a good stamina part, but other tips (such as D, WD, ect) are more widely available and do just as good a job as EDS, which is really the only part worth getting since Scythe is outclassed. So yeah, it should probably be said that this isn't a very worthwhile purchase.
OK, how about this now, hah ?


Quote:Face: Kronos

This Face depicts Kronos, the Greek God/Titan of agriculture and time, or Saturn in Roman terms, which was believed to be dwelling in the depths of Tartarus.

Clear Wheel: Kronos
-Weight: 2.63 Grams
-Diameter: 3.7 cm

Kronos was believed to carry a scythe, which explains the two scythe-shaped sides on the Clear Wheel. It is a translucent, dark-purple color. It was built for Stamina and performs relatively well in this domain.

Metal Wheel: Scythe

-Weight: 37.33 Grams
-Diameter: 4.9 cm

As a 4D Metal Wheel, Scythe has a mode-changing gimmick and has two pieces in its composition : a Core, which is the main piece of the Metal Wheel made of metal, and a PC Frame, which is positioned on top of the Core.

===Core===
This Metal Wheel is very thin and wide. It is almost perfectly circular and has some sharp, square-shaped bumps on the top. There are rectangular-shaped slots to keep the PC frame stable while in Attack Mode on top of its structure too. Due to how round and relatively heavy this Metal Wheel is, it is able to have high amounts of Stamina. In the shape of a disk, it is very thin, leading it to have minimum Metal Wheel contact, which helps to preserve Spin Velocity.

===PC Frame===
-Weight: 2.39 Grams

Scythe is also comprised of a PC Frame. Being able to counter opponents' attacks, this PC Frame is quite light. It is round and contains two small protruding wings on the side. In an overview, there are two tabs on the center of each wing that fit into the two slots on the Core’s top side. When this part is flipped, Scythe's mode is changed.

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*'''Attack Mode:''' In this mode, the PC Frame is fixed and therefore serves to attack more than absorb shocks, since it is very accessible on top of the Core's flat, disk-like shape.
*'''Stamina Mode:''' When flipped, the PC Frame's tabs are not stuck in the Core’s holes anymore, so the only thing keeping it in place is the Clear Wheel, which only stops it from coming off the Beyblade entirely. Consequently, the PC Frame becomes free-spinning in this mode. Stickers applied on the small wings of the PC Frame also help identifying the different modes, just like with [[Poison Serpent SW145SD|SW145]].
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The free-spinning Stamina Mode is superior to the Attack Mode, because the PC Frame, once shifted into Stamina Mode, is able to counter another Beyblade's attack during a battle by absorbing some of the impact. Thus, it will have more high-speed spin velocity, and it could even steal spin from an opposing Beyblade to an extent, although never as well as Meteo L Drago with its rubber. However, those abilities are not really comparable to Phantom and Duo's Defensive and Stamina skills, so Scythe should only be used if Synchrom Wheels and those two Metal Wheels are unavailable, because otherwise it's completely outclassed.

===Use in Defense Combination===
With its wide and circular circumference, the BD145 Track is able to fit underneath Scythe snuggly. Matched with high Defense Bottoms, combos such as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145CS''' can overcome top-tier Attack customizations comfortably.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===
Scythe's round and wide shape, as well as its thinness, give it a lot of endurance, even against Attack combinations. Customizations like '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS''' are easily top-tier or very close to this category.


==Track: Tornado 125==
*'''Weight:''' 1.7 grams

T125 has four upward-facing wing protrusions spaced apart widely. The Track is designed to work in a similar way to DF145, although this effect of downward force it produces is highly negligible. The performance of this Track is similar to D125, and as a height, is generally overshadowed by CH120.

===Use in Attack Customization===
Although CH120 is considerably more versatile than T125, T125 can still be used to a moderate degree of effectiveness in '''MF Gravity Perseus T125R²F''' (Attack Version, Counter Mode). Metal Wheels that were released subsequently to Gravity and that do better in Attack, like VariAres and Blitz, can also fit well with T125 and other 125 Tracks, however the combination of Gravity and T125 is notable because Gravity cannot perform as well at any other height.


Bottom: Eternal Defense Sharp

-Weight: 1.13

EDS possesses great Balance and Stamina thanks to the free-spinning Defense Sharp tip it has. This Bottom is extremely helpful for Stamina combos with a BD145 in Normal Mode. The interior of this Bottom consists of a small, metal bar that makes a sonic-like sound when it makes contact with the stadium floor because of the double friction created: the normal friction of the tip with the stadium floor, but also the slight friction of the metal rod with its plastic casing. With such contact and hover-like feature, it is able to keep great Balance, while preserving a high amount of Stamina during battle, which helps BD145 to avoid scraping the stadium floor. EDS is also taller than WD, but it wears down easily.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===

EDS' great Stamina and affinities with Tracks like BD145 make it a perfect Bottom for such top-tier Stamina combinations as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS'''.


Overall:
Scythe Kronos is a Beyblade with a lot of great Stamina parts. The wide Metal Wheel, free-spinning PC frame and the function of the EDS Bottom are all great assets for a Stamina customization. Scythe Kronos can also endure Attacks well, but other Metal Wheels are much more decent at it. In general, Scythe Kronos T125EDS is however a second-tier choice, since it is outclassed by a couple of Metal Wheels, notably most Synchrom Wheels from Beyblade Zero-G, and [[Duo Uranus 230WD|Duo]]. Despite the considerable potential of Stamina in almost all of its parts, unfortunately '''there is little to no reason to own this Beyblade outside of collection purposes'''.
Hmm, looks good. BeyCenter has not been online since August 12th, just so you know ...
I assume you can, but if you want, I can put it on the Wiki ...
I want to get feedback from those who thought it was not ready last time I posted.
The defence section is definitely wrong. That combo would get owned by Attack types just due to how bad it is for Defence. Maybe if it weighed more it would have use but sadly not. Also for the stamina I think it should be altered. Considering it gets majorly owned by both Duo and Phantom I wouldn't consider it top tier at all. Keep the close to it bit but take out the bit about that combo easily being top tier.
Hm, somehow, I had forgotten that Scythe was not even in the top-tier list anymore.


Quote:Face: Kronos

This Face depicts Kronos, the Greek God/Titan of agriculture and time, or Saturn in Roman terms, which was believed to be dwelling in the depths of Tartarus.

Clear Wheel: Kronos
-Weight: 2.63 Grams
-Diameter: 3.7 cm

Kronos was believed to carry a scythe, which explains the two scythe-shaped sides on the Clear Wheel. It is a translucent, dark-purple color. It was built for Stamina and performs relatively well in this domain.

Metal Wheel: Scythe

-Weight: 37.33 Grams
-Diameter: 4.9 cm

As a 4D Metal Wheel, Scythe has a mode-changing gimmick and has two pieces in its composition : a Core, which is the main piece of the Metal Wheel made of metal, and a PC Frame, which is positioned on top of the Core.

===Core===
This Metal Wheel is very thin and wide. It is almost perfectly circular and has some sharp, square-shaped bumps on the top. There are rectangular-shaped slots to keep the PC frame stable while in Attack Mode on top of its structure too. Due to how round and relatively heavy this Metal Wheel is, it is able to have high amounts of Stamina. In the shape of a disk, it is very thin, leading it to have minimum Metal Wheel contact, which helps to preserve Spin Velocity.

===PC Frame===
-Weight: 2.39 Grams

Scythe is also comprised of a PC Frame. Being able to counter opponents' attacks, this PC Frame is quite light. It is round and contains two small protruding wings on the side. In an overview, there are two tabs on the center of each wing that fit into the two slots on the Core’s top side. When this part is flipped, Scythe's mode is changed.

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*'''Attack Mode:''' In this mode, the PC Frame is fixed and therefore serves to attack more than absorb shocks, since it is very accessible on top of the Core's flat, disk-like shape.
*'''Stamina Mode:''' When flipped, the PC Frame's tabs are not stuck in the Core’s holes anymore, so the only thing keeping it in place is the Clear Wheel, which only stops it from coming off the Beyblade entirely. Consequently, the PC Frame becomes free-spinning in this mode. Stickers applied on the small wings of the PC Frame also help identifying the different modes, just like with [[Poison Serpent SW145SD|SW145]].
----
The free-spinning Stamina Mode is superior to the Attack Mode, because the PC Frame, once shifted into Stamina Mode, is able to counter another Beyblade's attack during a battle by absorbing some of the impact. Thus, it will have more high-speed spin velocity, and it could even steal spin from an opposing Beyblade to an extent, although never as well as Meteo L Drago with its rubber. However, those abilities are not really comparable to Phantom and Duo's Defensive and Stamina skills, so Scythe should only be used if Synchrom Wheels and those two Metal Wheels are unavailable, because otherwise it's completely outclassed.

===Use in Defense Combination===
With its wide and circular circumference, the BD145 Track is able to fit underneath Scythe snuggly. Matched with high Defense Bottoms, combos such as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145CS''' can overcome some decent Attack customizations, but struggles a lot against real top-tier Attack combos.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===
Scythe's round and wide shape, as well as its thinness, give it a lot of endurance, even against Attack combinations. Customizations like '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS''' are very close to being top-tier.


==Track: Tornado 125==
*'''Weight:''' 1.7 grams

T125 has four upward-facing wing protrusions spaced apart widely. The Track is designed to work in a similar way to DF145, although this effect of downward force it produces is highly negligible. The performance of this Track is similar to D125, and as a height, is generally overshadowed by CH120.

===Use in Attack Customization===
Although CH120 is considerably more versatile than T125, T125 can still be used to a moderate degree of effectiveness in '''MF Gravity Perseus T125R²F''' (Attack Version, Counter Mode). Metal Wheels that were released subsequently to Gravity and that do better in Attack, like VariAres and Blitz, can also fit well with T125 and other 125 Tracks, however the combination of Gravity and T125 is notable because Gravity cannot perform as well at any other height.


Bottom: Eternal Defense Sharp

-Weight: 1.13

EDS possesses great Balance and Stamina thanks to the free-spinning Defense Sharp tip it has. This Bottom is extremely helpful for Stamina combos with a BD145 in Normal Mode. The interior of this Bottom consists of a small, metal bar that makes a sonic-like sound when it makes contact with the stadium floor because of the double friction created: the normal friction of the tip with the stadium floor, but also the slight friction of the metal rod with its plastic casing. With such contact and hover-like feature, it is able to keep great Balance, while preserving a high amount of Stamina during battle, which helps BD145 to avoid scraping the stadium floor. EDS is also taller than WD, but it wears down easily.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===

EDS' great Stamina and affinities with Tracks like BD145 make it a perfect Bottom for such top-tier Stamina combinations as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS'''.

===Faulty Productions===
EDS is notably known to have more faulty production molds compared to other Bottoms which incorporate similar free-spinning system. There have been numerous reports which indicate that the metal shaft inside the casing was off-centered to a highly visible degree. These irregularities translate directly into its stamina performance. Some extreme cases will yield up to one-two minute less in terms of Solo Spin tests. A sudden and mildly aggressive evasive movement upon contact before balancing itself is also a good indicator of the off-centered metal shaft.

Overall:
Scythe Kronos is a Beyblade with a lot of great Stamina parts. The wide Metal Wheel, free-spinning PC frame and the function of the EDS Bottom are all great assets for a Stamina customization. Scythe Kronos can also endure Attacks well, but other Metal Wheels are much more decent at it. In general, Scythe Kronos T125EDS is however a second-tier choice, since it is outclassed by a couple of Metal Wheels, notably most Synchrom Wheels from Beyblade Zero-G, and [[Duo Uranus 230WD|Duo]]. Despite the considerable potential of Stamina in almost all of its parts, unfortunately '''there is little to no reason to own this Beyblade outside of collection purposes'''.
IMO, there should be a note there somewhere stating that EDS is one of the bottoms that have the most faulty productions.

Quote:EDS is noticeably known to have more faulty production molds compared to other bottoms which incorporate similar Free Spinning system. There have been numerous reports which indicate the metal shaft inside the casing to be off-centered to a highly visible degree. These irregularities translate directly into its stamina performance. Some extreme cases will yield up to one-two minute less in terms of Solo Spin tests. A sudden and mildly aggressive evasive movement upon contact before balancing itself, is also a good indicator of the off-centered metal shaft.
Should the Metal Fury Equivalent be added what so ever? They have the same name so I thought it would make sense but The "Fury" Sythe isn't a 4D metal wheel... and is significantly different but I think It might be worth mentioning... I would view the Fury Scythe as another mold.
All the hasbro versions are completely different so they'll be getting seperate articles.
(Sep. 07, 2012  1:19 PM)Ultra Wrote: All the hasbro versions are completely different so they'll be getting seperate articles.

Hm, yes and no. Technically, since it is the same name for the Metal Wheel, we should also have a section inside the Scythe Kronos T125EDS article to discuss the Hasbro version too.



Uwik, I will add it.
I think making a different article on it and then putting Hasbro at the end of the name in brackets is better. Most of them have completely different parts and pretty much all of them are worse. Another reason for my thinking is that considering a large portion of a our membership will buy them and only them they deserve than just being stuck as part of the original versions articles.
But nobody will search "VariAres (Hasbro)", hah. Obviously, most of them have different Tracks and Bottoms now, so they will indeed have a separate article, but "Scythe Kronos" will have a default redirect to the general Scythe Kronos article, and as such we cannot just not have any information on the Hasbro mold of Scythe in there.
I made some small edits to this draft, but nothing that I could see needed to be changed drastically. Kudos to the people that originally worked on this! Smile

Quote:Face: Kronos

This Face depicts Kronos, the Greek God/Titan of agriculture and time, or Saturn in Roman terms, which was believed to be dwelling in the depths of Tartarus.

Clear Wheel: Kronos
-Weight: 2.63 Grams
-Diameter: 3.7 cm

Kronos was believed to carry a scythe, which explains the two scythe-shaped sides on the Clear Wheel. It is a translucent, dark-purple color. It was built for Stamina and performs relatively well in this domain.

Metal Wheel: Scythe

-Weight: 37.33 Grams
-Diameter: 4.9 cm

As a 4D Metal Wheel, Scythe has a mode-changing gimmick and has two pieces in its composition : a Core, which is the main piece of the Metal Wheel made of metal, and a PC Frame, which is positioned on top of the Core.

===Core===
This Metal Wheel is very thin and wide. It is almost perfectly circular and has some sharp, square-shaped bumps on the top. There are rectangular-shaped slots to keep the PC frame fixed while in Attack Mode on top of its structure as well. Due to how round and relatively heavy this Metal Wheel is, its Stamina is nearly comparable to Wheels such as Phantom and Duo. In the shape of a disk, it is very thin, leading it to have minimum Metal Wheel contact, which helps to preserve Spin Velocity.

===PC Frame===
-Weight: 2.39 Grams

Scythe is also comprised of a PC Frame. The color of this PC Frame is a translucent pale puprle. Being able to counter opponents' attacks, this PC Frame is quite light. It is round and contains two small protruding wings on the side. In an overview, there are two tabs on the center of each wing that fit into the two slots on the Core’s top side. When this part is flipped, Scythe's mode is changed.

----
*'''Attack Mode:''' In this mode, the PC Frame is fixed and therefore serves to attack more than absorb shocks, since it is very accessible on top of the Core's flat, disk-like shape.
*'''Stamina Mode:''' When flipped, the PC Frame's tabs are not stuck in the Core’s holes anymore, so the only thing keeping it in place is the Clear Wheel, which only stops it from coming off the Beyblade entirely. Consequently, the PC Frame becomes free-spinning in this mode. Stickers applied on the small wings of the PC Frame also help identifying the different modes, just like with [[Poison Serpent SW145SD|SW145]].
----
The free-spinning Stamina Mode is superior to the Attack Mode, because the PC Frame, once shifted into Stamina Mode, is able to counter another Beyblade's attacks during a battle by absorbing a portion of the impact. Thus, it will have more high-speed spin velocity, and it could even steal spin from an opposing Beyblade to an extent, although never as well as Meteo L Drago with its rubber. However, those abilities are not quite comparable to Phantom and Duo's Defensive and Stamina skills, so Scythe should only be used if Synchrom Wheels and those two Metal Wheels are unavailable, because otherwise it's completely outclassed.

===Use in Defense Combination===
With its wide and circular circumference, the BD145 Track is able to fit underneath Scythe snuggly. Matched with high Defense Bottoms, combos such as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145CS''' can overcome some decent Attack customizations, but struggles to a large degree against top-tier Attack combos.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===
Scythe's round and wide shape, as well as its thinness, give it a lot of endurance, even against some Attack combinations. Customizations like '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS''' are very close to being top-tier.


==Track: Tornado 125==
*'''Weight:''' 1.7 grams

T125 has four upward-facing wing protrusions spaced apart widely. The Track is designed to work in a similar way to DF145, although the effect of downward force produced by this Track is highly negligible. The performance of this Track is similar to D125, and as a height, is generally overshadowed by CH120.

===Use in Attack Customization===
Although CH120 is considerably more versatile than T125, T125 can still be used to a moderate degree of effectiveness in '''MF Gravity Perseus T125R²F''' (Attack Version, Counter Mode). Metal Wheels that were released subsequently to Gravity and that do better in Attack, like VariAres and Blitz, can also perform well with T125 and other 125-height Tracks, however, the combination of Gravity and T125 is notable because Gravity cannot perform as well at any other height.


Bottom: Eternal Defense Sharp

-Weight: 1.13

EDS possesses great Balance and Stamina thanks to the free-spinning Defense Sharp tip it has. This Bottom is extremely helpful for Stamina combos with a BD145 in Normal Mode. The interior of this Bottom consists of a small, metal bar that makes a sonic-like sound when it makes contact with the stadium floor because of the double friction created: the normal friction of the tip with the stadium floor, but also the slight friction of the metal rod with its plastic casing. With such contact and hover-like feature, it is able to keep great Balance, while preserving a high amount of Stamina during battle, which helps BD145 to avoid scraping the stadium floor. EDS is also taller than WD, but it wears down easily.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===

EDS' great Stamina and affinities with Tracks like BD145 make it a perfect Bottom for such top-tier Stamina combinations as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS'''.

===Faulty Productions===
EDS is notably known to have more faulty production molds compared to other Bottoms which incorporate similar free-spinning system. There have been numerous reports which indicate that the metal shaft inside the casing was off-centered to a highly visible degree. These irregularities directly and noticeably affect its stamina performance. Some extreme cases will yield up to one to two minutes less in terms of Solo Spin tests. A sudden and mildly aggressive evasive movement upon contact before balancing itself is also a good indicator of the off-centered metal shaft.

Overall:
Scythe Kronos is a Beyblade with an abundance of useful Stamina parts. The wide Metal Wheel, free-spinning PC frame and the function of the EDS Bottom are all great assets for a Stamina customization. Scythe Kronos can also endure Attacks well, but other Metal Wheels are much more decent at it. In general, Scythe Kronos T125EDS is, however, a second-tier choice, since it is outclassed by a couple of Metal Wheels, notably most Synchrom Wheels from Beyblade Zero-G, and [[Duo Uranus 230WD|Duo]]. Despite the considerable potential of Stamina in almost all of its parts, unfortunately '''there is little to no reason to own this Beyblade outside of collection purposes'''.

No mention of its wearing issues?
The quic wearing of it is mentioned in there somewhere. It may not jump out at you, but it's included.
Found it. Though, I fell like the wearing is much more than what is in there.
(Dec. 19, 2012  3:26 AM)*Ginga* Wrote: No mention of its wearing issues?

(Dec. 19, 2012  3:11 AM)Primal Wrote: EDS is also taller than WD, but it wears down easily.

Not much, but it's in there.

EDIT: I see you found it. Smile
I fixed a grammatical error, and I also changed the order of the PC Frame and Core paragraphs, because the former is on top of the latter ...


Quote:Face: Kronos

This Face depicts Kronos, the Greek God/Titan of agriculture and time, or Saturn in Roman terms, which was believed to be dwelling in the depths of Tartarus.

Clear Wheel: Kronos
-Weight: 2.63 Grams
-Diameter: 3.7 cm

Kronos was believed to carry a scythe, which explains the two scythe-shaped sides on the Clear Wheel. It is a translucent, dark-grey color. It was built for Stamina and performs relatively well in this domain.

Metal Wheel: Scythe

-Weight: 37.33 Grams
-Diameter: 4.9 cm

As a 4D Metal Wheel, Scythe has a mode-changing gimmick and has two pieces in its composition : a Core, which is the main piece of the Metal Wheel made of metal, and a PC Frame, which is positioned on top of the Core.

===PC Frame===
-Weight: 2.39 Grams

The color of this PC Frame is a translucent pale purple. Being able to counter opponents' attacks, this PC Frame is quite light. It is round and contains two small protruding wings on the side. In an overview, there are two tabs on the center of each wing that fit into the two slots on the Core’s top side. When this part is flipped, Scythe's mode is changed.

===Core===
Scythe is also comprised of a Core, which is very thin and wide. It is almost perfectly circular and has some sharp, square-shaped bumps on the top. There are rectangular-shaped slots to keep the PC frame fixed while in Attack Mode on top of its structure as well. Due to how round and relatively heavy this Metal Wheel is, its Stamina is nearly comparable to Wheels such as Phantom and Duo. In the shape of a disk, it is very thin, leading it to have minimum Metal Wheel contact, which helps to preserve Spin Velocity.

----
*'''Attack Mode:''' In this mode, the PC Frame is fixed and therefore serves to attack more than absorb shocks, since it is very accessible on top of the Core's flat, disk-like shape.
*'''Stamina Mode:''' When flipped, the PC Frame's tabs are not stuck in the Core’s holes anymore, so the only thing keeping it in place is the Clear Wheel, which only stops it from coming off the Beyblade entirely. Consequently, the PC Frame becomes free-spinning in this mode. Stickers applied on the small wings of the PC Frame also help identifying the different modes, just like with [[Poison Serpent SW145SD|SW145]].
----
The free-spinning Stamina Mode is superior to the Attack Mode, because the PC Frame, once shifted into Stamina Mode, is able to counter another Beyblade's attacks during a battle by absorbing a portion of the impact. Thus, it will have more high-speed spin velocity, and it could even steal spin from an opposing Beyblade to an extent, although never as well as Meteo L Drago with its rubber. However, those abilities are not quite comparable to Phantom and Duo's Defensive and Stamina skills, so Scythe should only be used if Synchrom Wheels and those two Metal Wheels are unavailable, because otherwise it's completely outclassed.

===Use in Defense Combination===
With its wide and circular circumference, the BD145 Track is able to fit underneath Scythe snuggly. Matched with high Defense Bottoms, combos such as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145CS''' can overcome some decent Attack customizations, but struggles to a large degree against top-tier Attack combos.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===
Scythe's round and wide shape, as well as its thinness, give it a lot of endurance, even against some Attack combinations. Customizations like '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS''' are very close to being top-tier.


==Track: Tornado 125==
*'''Weight:''' 1.7 grams

T125 has four upward-facing wing protrusions spaced apart widely. The Track is designed to work in a similar way to DF145, although the effect of downward force produced by this Track is highly negligible. The performance of this Track is similar to D125, and as a height, is generally overshadowed by CH120.

===Use in Attack Customization===
Although CH120 is considerably more versatile than T125, T125 can still be used to a moderate degree of effectiveness in '''MF Gravity Perseus T125R²F''' (Attack Version, Counter Mode). Metal Wheels that were released subsequently to Gravity and that do better in Attack, like VariAres and Blitz, can also perform well with T125 and other 125-height Tracks, however, the combination of Gravity and T125 is notable because Gravity cannot perform as well at any other height.


Bottom: Eternal Defense Sharp

-Weight: 1.13

EDS possesses great Balance and Stamina thanks to the free-spinning Defense Sharp tip it has. This Bottom is extremely helpful for Stamina combos with a BD145 in Normal Mode. The interior of this Bottom consists of a small, metal bar that makes a sonic-like sound when it makes contact with the stadium floor because of the double friction created: the normal friction of the tip with the stadium floor, but also the slight friction of the metal rod with its plastic casing. With such contact and hover-like feature, it is able to keep great Balance, while preserving a high amount of Stamina during battle, which helps BD145 to avoid scraping the stadium floor. EDS is also taller than WD, but it wears down easily.

===Use In Stamina Customizations===

EDS' great Stamina and affinities with Tracks like BD145 make it a perfect Bottom for such top-tier Stamina combinations as '''MF Scythe Kronos BD145EDS'''.

===Faulty Productions===
EDS is notably known to have more faulty production molds compared to other Bottoms which incorporate similar free-spinning systems. There have been numerous reports which indicate that the metal shaft inside the casing was off-centered to a highly visible degree. These irregularities directly and noticeably affect its stamina performance. Some extreme cases will yield up to one to two minutes less in terms of Solo Spin tests. A sudden and mildly aggressive evasive movement upon contact before balancing itself is also a good indicator of the off-centered metal shaft.


Other Versions:
*Scythe Kronos T125EDS - Hasbro Metal Fury (Printed Face, blue Track and Bottom)
*Scythe Kronos T125EDS - Faceoff: Great Ring of Destruction (Blue Clear Wheel with silver highlights, blue Track and Bottom)



Overall:
Scythe Kronos is a Beyblade with an abundance of useful Stamina parts. The wide Metal Wheel, free-spinning PC frame and the function of the EDS Bottom are all great assets for a Stamina customization. Scythe Kronos can also endure Attacks well, but other Metal Wheels are much more decent at it. In general, Scythe Kronos T125EDS is, however, a second-tier choice, since it is outclassed by a couple of Metal Wheels, notably most Synchrom Wheels from Beyblade Zero-G, and [[Duo Uranus 230WD|Duo]]. Despite the considerable potential of Stamina in almost all of its parts, unfortunately '''there is little to no reason to own this Beyblade outside of collection purposes'''.
Quote:Other Versions:
*Scythe Kronos T125EDS - Hasbro Metal Fury (Printed Face, blue Track and Bottom)
*Scythe Kronos T125EDS - Faceoff: Great Ring of Destruction (Blue Clear Wheel with silver highlights, blue Track and Bottom)


Made an other versions section.
(Dec. 19, 2012  3:54 AM)Kai-V Wrote: The color of this PC Frame is a translucent pale puprle.

You misspelled purple.


Also, Kronos is a black-grey colour, not dark purple.
Great, I have made both edits. By the way, I think that the purple part was just a copy-paste from the old draft.