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Cake


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Country: Registration Date: Feb. 20, 2012 Age: Hidden

I started Beyblade in the summer of 2011 with MFB, the latest in a long string of weird new toy lines a friend of mine introduced me to. Thanks to my obession with thoroughly researching any topic before diving in, I discovered a whole world of competitive Beyblade that looked at the silly spinning tops in a far more scientific, practical manner than I thought possible. I was immediately hooked, and was eventually led to the WBO, where I've spent far too much of my time researching and discussing Beyblade ever since.

I'm particularly fond of the physics aspect of Beyblade, and I like to use unique and unusual combos, using parts in unexpected ways to win. Limited Format is an amazing arena for creative combos, so naturally it has become my favorite format, ahead of Standard MFB.

Ranking

Format BeyRank Wins Losses
Burst 978 BR 1 4
Metal 1,333 BR 36 25
Country: Registration Date: Feb. 20, 2012

I started Beyblade in the summer of 2011 with MFB, the latest in a long string of weird new toy lines a friend of mine introduced me to. Thanks to my obession with thoroughly researching any topic before diving in, I discovered a whole world of competitive Beyblade that looked at the silly spinning tops in a far more scientific, practical manner than I thought possible. I was immediately hooked, and was eventually led to the WBO, where I've spent far too much of my time researching and discussing Beyblade ever since.

I'm particularly fond of the physics aspect of Beyblade, and I like to use unique and unusual combos, using parts in unexpected ways to win. Limited Format is an amazing arena for creative combos, so naturally it has become my favorite format, ahead of Standard MFB.