Plastic, HMS, MFB or Burst?

Poll: Wich is your faviourite type of beyblade?

HMS
26.98%
85
Plastic
25.71%
81
MFB
41.27%
130
Burst
6.03%
19
Total: 100% 315 vote(s)
Plastic because as of now i haven't tried the MFB
(Jan. 17, 2009  5:41 AM)EverlastingBlader Wrote: For me it's HMS. Even thought the "newest" HMS blade I have is Advance Guardian, I feel secure when launching my BEY. I feel like it's a powerful launch.

With MFB, if I pull too hard, the winder just scratches through the shooter. so I have to launch lightly.

If it wasn't for that, then MFB all the way.

Sounds like something is wrong with your shooter.
hms are heaps better..i cant win against them Unhappy only my driger s sometimes tho..
MFB!!!! the most interesting
This makes me think.
Assuming you didn't get kicked out of the shop, you could probably use HMS blades on the Bey Tai 1 arcade machine.
Rack up those points real easy.
wow
good idea Prince
DEMS 4 da win lol
(Jan. 21, 2009  3:47 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: This makes me think.
Assuming you didn't get kicked out of the shop, you could probably use HMS blades on the Bey Tai 1 arcade machine.
Rack up those points real easy.

Hahaha

I wonder if anybody has actually tried this.
seriously if u took DEMS or WBMS then u basically get a free Quetz
Didn't japbeyblade say you don't get a quetz for wining of the Bey Ta?
(Jan. 21, 2009  10:47 PM)shikamaru526 Wrote: Didn't japbeyblade say you don't get a quetz for wining of the Bey Ta?

Ya, I think you just got points or a card to help get it. =/ Still though.
(Jan. 21, 2009  10:30 PM)Kei Wrote:
(Jan. 21, 2009  3:47 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: This makes me think.
Assuming you didn't get kicked out of the shop, you could probably use HMS blades on the Bey Tai 1 arcade machine.
Rack up those points real easy.

Hahaha

I wonder if anybody has actually tried this.
As far as I know, this is 'illegal', the same way recent tournaments have been Metal Fight Beyblade only.


shikamaru526 Wrote:Didn't japbeyblade say you don't get a quetz for wining of the Bey Ta?
happyeric12, I think.


Pichuscute Wrote:Ya, I think you just got points or a card to help get it. =/ Still though.
Only points. Cards come in exchange for multiple points, or multiple cards.
Thanks for clearing that up Kai-V. =)
(Jan. 21, 2009  11:58 PM)Kai-V Wrote:
(Jan. 21, 2009  10:30 PM)Kei Wrote:
(Jan. 21, 2009  3:47 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: This makes me think.
Assuming you didn't get kicked out of the shop, you could probably use HMS blades on the Bey Tai 1 arcade machine.
Rack up those points real easy.

Hahaha

I wonder if anybody has actually tried this.
As far as I know, this is 'illegal', the same way recent tournaments have been Metal Fight Beyblade only.

Oh, no doubt in my mind that it is.
However, short of having a camera set up to view the dish, or trusting anyone that might report you and somehow identifying you via your beypointer, there's nothing to stop it being done.

I'm not condoning such actions, just pointing out that it's a superior strategy.
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:53 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: I'm not condoning such actions, just pointing out that it's a superior strategy.

Using giant illegal weight disks is a "superior strategy."

See how dumb this sounds?
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:54 AM)Bey Brad Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:53 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: I'm not condoning such actions, just pointing out that it's a superior strategy.
Using giant illegal weight disks is a "superior strategy."

See how dumb this sounds?
I think that would cause a self-KO, given that the blade in the arcade machine is in a fixed position.

What's dumb about playing to win?
Again, I'm not saying people should do it, but I really don't see any drawbacks to the approach I mentioned.
Worst case scenario: you get barred from one shop before you learn not to do it again.
(Jan. 22, 2009  3:03 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:54 AM)Bey Brad Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:53 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: I'm not condoning such actions, just pointing out that it's a superior strategy.
Using giant illegal weight disks is a "superior strategy."

See how dumb this sounds?
I think that would cause a self-KO, given that the blade in the arcade machine is in a fixed position.

What's dumb about playing to win?
Again, I'm not saying people should do it, but I really don't see any drawbacks to the approach I mentioned.
Worst case scenario: you get barred from one shop before you learn not to do it again.

well jesus if you want to cheat just throw rocks at it
HMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The only reason MFB is even close in the running is because of it being "new"
Besides HMS has been around a while and can last a long time anyway its the old goody =D
(Jan. 22, 2009  3:05 AM)Bey Brad Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  3:03 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:54 AM)Bey Brad Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:53 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: I'm not condoning such actions, just pointing out that it's a superior strategy.
Using giant illegal weight disks is a "superior strategy."

See how dumb this sounds?
I think that would cause a self-KO, given that the blade in the arcade machine is in a fixed position.

What's dumb about playing to win?
Again, I'm not saying people should do it, but I really don't see any drawbacks to the approach I mentioned.
Worst case scenario: you get barred from one shop before you learn not to do it again.

well jesus if you want to cheat just throw rocks at it
Or adapt a blade to fit an electric drill.
Dude those are some harsh words bra.
And don't be a hater bra.
Plastics for me, I just love the variety of customisation out there, sure it wasnt perfect, but at the end of its run the amount of Layers on the Blades were nice.
PLASTIC... I only have plastic...
(Jan. 22, 2009  3:03 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:54 AM)Bey Brad Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:53 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: I'm not condoning such actions, just pointing out that it's a superior strategy.
Using giant illegal weight disks is a "superior strategy."

See how dumb this sounds?
I think that would cause a self-KO, given that the blade in the arcade machine is in a fixed position.

What's dumb about playing to win?
Again, I'm not saying people should do it, but I really don't see any drawbacks to the approach I mentioned.
Worst case scenario: you get barred from one shop before you learn not to do it again.

Well, the game is governed with some rules that you should apply, if you say rules are to break, then another rule-breaker would break your head with a fake big metal attack ring using Beyblade...
(Jan. 23, 2009  9:00 AM)ZenX Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  3:03 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:54 AM)Bey Brad Wrote:
(Jan. 22, 2009  2:53 AM)PRINCEcharming Wrote: I'm not condoning such actions, just pointing out that it's a superior strategy.
Using giant illegal weight disks is a "superior strategy."

See how dumb this sounds?
I think that would cause a self-KO, given that the blade in the arcade machine is in a fixed position.

What's dumb about playing to win?
Again, I'm not saying people should do it, but I really don't see any drawbacks to the approach I mentioned.
Worst case scenario: you get barred from one shop before you learn not to do it again.

Well, the game is governed with some rules that you should apply, if you say rules are to break, then another rule-breaker would break your head with a fake big metal attack ring using Beyblade...

oohhhh! thats such a good idea....but where would i find one of those? oh well...... *goes in search of a life size fake metal attack ring to break PRINCEcharming's head with*
Plastics will always have a place in my heart, especially the 4-Layer and S Series; but I had the most fun with HMS. This might be tested by MFB once I get a hold of some, but for now HMS. They were my best memories playing, and its when I was the most active in the community.