[Unanswered]  BeyBlade & Bladers how much they matter?

How much the Blader actually matter in a match? Be honest please!
I would say Blader is 40% and Bey is 60% of it!
Let me hear your opinions!
I'd say the blader does a bit more. they make the bey combo,choose the angle they launch the bey,and how hard they launch it.
(Nov. 13, 2019  9:10 PM)Instarez Wrote: I'd say the blader does a bit more. they make the bey combo,choose the angle they launch the bey,and how hard they launch it.

Honestly Beyblade requires very little skill to use when it comes to execution. The combo really matters the most. Choosing a good deck is a different story, however.
This is an interesting topic that is bugging me for some time. I saw many kids play in tournament, with their parents buying and building the deck for them.

The question is who deserve more credit, the parents (manager & combo builder) or the kids (executor)?
Beyblade anyday, I would agree with Armor, it takes less skill
Definately Beyblade and more specifically combination. Let's face it hK.3.Sw is never going to defeat LS.0W.Br no matter how good the Kerbeus blader is and how bad the Spriggan blader is.
Most of the skill in blading comes with the use of attack combinations. Other blader skills like combination and counter decisions along with balance tuning etc make a difference meta vs meta.
Let's put the questions in a slightly different way.

If 2 decks are identical (same top meta combo, well-tuned), what is the odd of a highly skilled blader winning against a intermediate skill blader?

50:50 ? 75:25 ? 90:10 ?
(Yesterday  3:45 PM)DinoBurst Wrote: Let's put the questions in a slightly different way.

If 2 decks are identical (same top meta combo, well-tuned), what is the odd of a highly skilled blader winning against a intermediate skill blader?

50:50 ? 75:25 ? 90:10 ?

Then it really depends on reading your opponent. I would assume the intermediate skill blader would know how to use his beys, so there isn't really much of a difference here.
(Today  3:53 AM)Armor Wrote:
(Yesterday  3:45 PM)DinoBurst Wrote: Let's put the questions in a slightly different way.

If 2 decks are identical (same top meta combo, well-tuned), what is the odd of a highly skilled blader winning against a intermediate skill blader?

50:50 ? 75:25 ? 90:10 ?

Then it really depends on reading your opponent. I would assume the intermediate skill blader would know how to use his beys, so there isn't really much of a difference here.
I agree.

There are 2 main category of the skill/knowledge: pre-match and in-match.

Pre-match: (1) combo deck building (2) tuning of bey (3) use best launcher (4) launch angle and strength for each bey. These are more bey related. Intermediate blader can do all these homework. If they can't they easily get help or google. So this part of skill/knowledge is an even playing field. No diff between intermediate vs advanced bladers.

In-match: 
(1) arrange the best deck sequence by judging the opponent
(2) vary the launch strength and tilt angle depends on opponent bey 
(3) determine target bey landing location 
(4) use body language to deceive your opponent 
(5) stay composed and not to make launch error
All in-match skill cannot be done ahead of time, need on-the-spot decision and execution.


I would say pre-match knowledge 70% (bey related), luck 20%, in-match skill 10% (blader related).