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Country: Japan (日本) Registration Date: May. 05, 2010 Birthday: Aug. 31, 1996 (27 years old)

It has been a long time since I was active here - or in the Beyblade hobby - but I do like to check in from time to time and see how things are going. Beyblade was an important part of my childhood and as a result it holds a special place in my heart. Metal Fight Beyblade in particular was very exciting. Like many others who were a part of this forum at that time, I watched the first season in Japanese because there was no English version or subtitles available at that time. That was a very influential time in my life and I believe this was one fo the factors that led me to move to Japan in my late teen years. At this point I have spent the entirety of my adult life in Japan and it seems I will be here forever. I don't play Beyblade anymore, but I am active in Beigoma (ベーゴマ) which is the Japanese game which serves as the origin of Beyblade. The rules of the game are very similar, but the tops are spun using a string, and it requires more skill than Beyblade. You have to practice your throwing technique and aim, as well as learning how to properly customize your top. You have to use a metal file and shave off pieces of the top to change its shape. If you like Beyblade you will love Beigoma. But unfortunately I haven't had the chance to play Beigoma in quite some time due to the ongoing pandemic. My favorite Beyblades are Pegasus and Quetzalcoatl. I used to think Ginga was so cool, and back when I was active in the community Quetzalcoatl was considered the strongest Beyblade for a long time. I love the designs of both Beyblades.

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