[Humor] What if another company you dislike took over the Beyblade license?

Let's say that Hasbro lost the license to produce Beyblades outside of Japan, and TT sold the license to someone else. Entirely hypothetical, unfortunately that's not likely at all. What's the worst that could happen?

Well, I'll tell you:

Adobe: Instead of being sold in single or dual packs, Beyblades are now sold in entire sets (like all of Cho-Z or God at once). But aside from having to purchase it, you have to pay a monthly license to play with them, or they won't work. They're decent quality and mostly true to the TT originals.

Tesla: Comes out with new innovative designs, but they're so innovative that not only are they completely illegal for tournament play, but they have a rare tendency to burst into jagged shards that harm you.

LEGO: The good news is that you now have way more branded layers and themes! The bad news is that they lock together with LEGO studs, and the Beystadium is full of studs.

Keurig: Single use layers. Or maybe single use tips. Or both.

Rapidity: Mass lead poisoning.

Games Workshop: Turn based Beyblade. Rulebooks hundreds of pages long. And lore, so much lore.

What other alternate and/or Beyblade manufacturers could you think of, and how badly would they mess it up?
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:12 AM)DeceasedCrab Wrote: Let's say that Hasbro lost the license to produce Beyblades outside of Japan, and TT sold the license to someone else. Entirely hypothetical, unfortunately that's not likely at all. What's the worst that could happen?

Well, I'll tell you:

Adobe: Instead of being sold in single or dual packs, Beyblades are now sold in entire sets (like all of Cho-Z or God at once). But aside from having to purchase it, you have to pay a monthly license to play with them, or they won't work. They're decent quality and mostly true to the TT originals.

Tesla: Comes out with new innovative designs, but they're so innovative that not only are they completely illegal for tournament play, but they have a rare tendency to burst into jagged shards that harm you.

LEGO: The good news is that you now have way more branded layers and themes! The bad news is that they lock together with LEGO studs, and the Beystadium is full of studs.

Keurig: Single use layers. Or maybe single use tips. Or both.

Rapidity: Mass lead poisoning.

Games Workshop: Turn based Beyblade. Rulebooks hundreds of pages long. And lore, so much lore.

What other alternate and/or Beyblade manufacturers could you think of, and how badly would they mess it up?
McDonalds: Cheap terrible Metal-less (no metal on layers disk or driver) BEYBLADES
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:15 AM)CheetoBlader Wrote:
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:12 AM)DeceasedCrab Wrote: Let's say that Hasbro lost the license to produce Beyblades outside of Japan, and TT sold the license to someone else. Entirely hypothetical, unfortunately that's not likely at all. What's the worst that could happen?

Well, I'll tell you:

Adobe: Instead of being sold in single or dual packs, Beyblades are now sold in entire sets (like all of Cho-Z or God at once). But aside from having to purchase it, you have to pay a monthly license to play with them, or they won't work. They're decent quality and mostly true to the TT originals.

Tesla: Comes out with new innovative designs, but they're so innovative that not only are they completely illegal for tournament play, but they have a rare tendency to burst into jagged shards that harm you.

LEGO: The good news is that you now have way more branded layers and themes! The bad news is that they lock together with LEGO studs, and the Beystadium is full of studs.

Keurig: Single use layers. Or maybe single use tips. Or both.

Rapidity: Mass lead poisoning.

Games Workshop: Turn based Beyblade. Rulebooks hundreds of pages long. And lore, so much lore.

What other alternate and/or Beyblade manufacturers could you think of, and how badly would they mess it up?
McDonalds: Cheap terrible Metal-less (no metal on layers disk or driver) BEYBLADES

Like a fusion of Hasbro and Rapidity?
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:17 AM)Dt20000 Wrote:
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:15 AM)CheetoBlader Wrote: McDonalds: Cheap terrible Metal-less (no metal on layers disk or driver) BEYBLADES

Like a fusion of Hasbro and Rapidity?

No it would be 100 times worse
This is great
It's Fun
Apple
You have to sell your kidney to buy one bey, and they release another shortly after
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Apple: $1,000 Banned RC beyblades
Google: Selling Beyblade information instead of personal information to companies who track you.
Fortnite: Legendary beys along with pay to win limited edition skins...not to mention...battle royale stadiums.
Bethesda: Accidentally ships several people a set which hasn't even been teased yet. (making fun of Fallout 76's secret dev room here)

EA: Half of all released parts are unusably broken and incompatible with anything akin to "Shadow Amaterios Mistake Version". Also contains a great number of "Upgrade" parts that all cost extra.

Facebook: Shares which beys you own and what combinations you've assembled automatically for the whole world to see.

Any major airline: Only lets you battle after your beys have gone through a stringent security check, along with a valid proof of ownership.

Microsoft: Automatically forces you to update your parts to the newest version every month or so.
United: When you lose, they drag the enemy bey down the stadium

Samsung: 50/50 chance they explode the first time you launch them
Amazon: It connects to every electronic in the building and can only be launched with voice commands. When launched it turns everything off.
Im pretty sure SpaceX would like to try/attempt something where they incorporate a Beyblade design onto a rocket (or at least, make some satallite or planet exploration robot off a Beyblade). Seems funky

For fun: For the anime, I would seriously blow up if 4Kids took over dubbing the ENTIRE Beyblade anime franchise (like they did with Yu-Gi-Oh!). They would probably censor legitimately everything, to be honest (The plot would be destroyed because of this)
EA games: Sells every part separately. Metal on Cho-Z is 19,99$ DLC. 4,99$ to launch with a PROTO launcher. 49,99$ to getting access for making custom combos. Montly pay of 29,99$ to participate in tournaments.
FlexTape products: All Beyblades are made out of boats sawed in half and Phill Swift personally attends every tournament

Nintendo: Beyblades each have incredibly colorful products gimmicks that are cool and never work, and don’t burst- because that’s not kid friendly

ToysRUs:  ...
AliExpress: Very cheap Beyblades and very long shipping time.
EA: Swipe credit card to make it spin faster. Makes you feel a sense of pride and accomplishment.
SouljaBey: You can buy every Beyblade but then immediately have them recalled because even though they have the license, they STILL get sued. By rapidity no less.
Supercell: you can get free beyblades, but you need know and use Supercell rules and terms
Nintendo: far fewer beys get released per generation, slowly, but they're all fairly true to the TT originals.
The Pokémon company will probably find a way to make the BitBeasts into collectable creatures like Pokémon
(Feb. 06, 2019  5:30 AM)Infinite.Zero Wrote: Google: Selling Beyblade information instead of personal information to companies who track you.
Fortnite: Legendary beys along with pay to win limited edition skins...not to mention...battle royale stadiums.

haha lol fortnite bad lmao haha amirite guys
(Feb. 06, 2019  4:40 AM)Adarsh Abhinav Wrote: It's Fun
Apple
You have to sell your kidney to buy one bey, and they release another shortly after

No, just no XD. I don't want to see Light Launchers go (even though I'm a string user.

Okay lemme try.

(Feb. 06, 2019  10:09 PM)DaJetsnake Wrote:
(Feb. 06, 2019  5:30 AM)Infinite.Zero Wrote: Google: Selling Beyblade information instead of personal information to companies who track you.
Fortnite: Legendary beys along with pay to win limited edition skins...not to mention...battle royale stadiums.

haha lol fortnite bad lmao haha amirite guys
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(Feb. 07, 2019  10:56 AM)BounduAtakku Wrote:
(Feb. 06, 2019  10:09 PM)DaJetsnake Wrote: haha lol fortnite bad lmao haha amirite guys
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