Jun. 20, 2016 8:51 PM

Okay, I know the title sounds like a spammy thread that someone who joined a few days ago might make, but bear with me for a second. Earlier I was thinking about ways to make Beyblade battles more about part knowledge and less about what's frequently used in tournaments or the tier list, and I came up with a few fun challenges to make free play more interesting. The ones I have so far apply mostly to MFB, but feel free to share your own ideas for any of the other series as well~

Match "Challenges"

Construct a Beyblade using one chrome wheel and one crystal wheel

Construct a Beyblade using a wheel from the first season

Construct a Beyblade that uses a 4D wheel (not Duo) in attack mode

Construct a Beyblade comprised of Attack, Stamina, and Defense parts (at least one of each)

Construct a "Tornado Staller" (must have either a stamina or defense wheel and a fully flat performance tip)

Construct a Beyblade with a rubber performance tip (can be either attack or defense)

Construct a Synchrom with two of the same chrome wheel

Construct a Beyblade with a spin track of 170 or higher (F230 is not allowed)

Construct a Beyblade with a spin track of 105 or lower

Construct a Beyblade with any 145 spin track

Construct a Beyblade with a performance tip from the B series

Construct a Beyblade with a performance tip from the S series

Construct a “stock” Beyblade (a Beyblade that can be found with all the same parts in a starter or booster set - random booster stocks not included)

Bonus: Construct a Beyblade whose parts have all been used by the same person throughout the anime (For example, Cosmic Pegasis 105 R2F)

Match "Challenges"

Construct a Beyblade using one chrome wheel and one crystal wheel

Construct a Beyblade using a wheel from the first season

Construct a Beyblade that uses a 4D wheel (not Duo) in attack mode

Construct a Beyblade comprised of Attack, Stamina, and Defense parts (at least one of each)

Construct a "Tornado Staller" (must have either a stamina or defense wheel and a fully flat performance tip)

Construct a Beyblade with a rubber performance tip (can be either attack or defense)

Construct a Synchrom with two of the same chrome wheel

Construct a Beyblade with a spin track of 170 or higher (F230 is not allowed)

Construct a Beyblade with a spin track of 105 or lower

Construct a Beyblade with any 145 spin track

Construct a Beyblade with a performance tip from the B series

Construct a Beyblade with a performance tip from the S series

Construct a “stock” Beyblade (a Beyblade that can be found with all the same parts in a starter or booster set - random booster stocks not included)

Bonus: Construct a Beyblade whose parts have all been used by the same person throughout the anime (For example, Cosmic Pegasis 105 R2F)