Outlined below are several important new ruling additions, updates, and clarifications to the WBO Organized Play Burst Format rulebook and the Organizers' Guide. View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here, and a summary of the changes below:

Rule Updates Overview
  • Burst Format: Spriggan Requiem – Mode Changing Between Rounds is Now Banned
  • Burst Format: Maximum Garuda – Now Unbanned
  • All Rulebooks: Gameplay Appendix – Clarification of “Spinning” Definition
  • Organizer’s Guide: Tiebreaking Clarifications



Burst Format Updates

Spriggan Requiem Layer – Mode Changing Between Rounds is Now Banned
As has been recently demonstrated, Spriggan Requiem has proven it is immensely competitive. However, it has been made even more powerful due to the mode changing for parts which require disassembly ruling we introduced in October of 2017.

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After seeing Spriggan Requiem in action with mode switching in between rounds permitted, we’ve decided to ban such mode changes for Sr specifically. Having a Layer with good spin stealing abilities that can switch spin directions has produced an unhealthy scenario where counters to one spin direction are immediately made irrelevant by swapping direction. You may of course change the mode of Sr in between matches, but effective immediately you may no longer switch modes within a single match between rounds.

Other Layers such as Alter Chronos and Legend Spriggan which also have mode changes which require disassembly are unaffected by this ruling; you may still switch the mode of those Layers between rounds up to once per match.


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Maximum Garuda Layer – Now Unbanned
The previously announced trial ban of Maximum Garuda for ten tournaments has now been completed. After evaluating its performance against newer parts and combinations in testing posted here, we have decided to unban Maximum Garuda as it now has several more reliable counters than it did previously when it was first banned. However, we will continue to monitor its performance moving forward.

See the winning combinations lists from the ten events hosted during the trial period:

Please feel free to continue posting your thoughts on Maximum Garuda and any tests you might conduct in the Maximum Garuda Testing/Discussion thread or in commentary related to a specific tournament in the Winning Combinations thread!






Updates to All Rulebooks

Gameplay Appendix – Clarification of “Spinning” Definition
With the recent introduction of parts like Bearing into Beyblade Burst, the classic debate over what the definition of ‘spinning’ is has continued recently. As such, we felt it would be prudent to take some of what we’ve learned from discussions like this to revise and clarify what the intention of our definition of ‘spinning’ means.

The definition now reads:

Gameplay Appendix – Spinning Wrote:A Beyblade is still considered to be spinning as long as it is visibly rotating to any degree along the axis running directly through the center of the Beyblade faster than the rotation along the stadium floor. A complete full rotation around this axis is not needed to be considered spinning. Rotation along the stadium floor alone is considered ‘rolling’ and is therefore no longer considered to be spinning.

Some Beyblades have parts that allow the upper half to continue rotating after the bottom half has stopped; these are still considered to be spinning. Once a Beyblade stops spinning, the round ends. If a Beyblade starts spinning again after it has stopped, the round does not resume.

Bold denotes new additions. The key takeaway here is that Beyblades are only considered to be spinning when they are visibly rotating along the axis of their tip; if they aren’t doing this, it doesn’t matter if they are moving or rolling in any other fashion, they are not considered to be spinning by our definition.




Organizer’s Guide Updates

Tiebreaking Clarifications
We have made some clarifications to the tiebreaking procedures for both Swiss and Round Robin-based events regarding the proper application of the TB column value, the application of seeding as a tiebreaking factor in some specific situations, and the rare occurrence of a necessary tiebreak match for Swiss Format when determining who moves on to the Final Stage of WBO Organized Play Events.

The easiest way to understand these changes is to review this updated list of tiebreaking factors which is organized from the first which should be applied, all the way down to the final tiebreak factor only if necessary to break the tie. Bolded text denotes new additions or clarifications:

Round Robin/Block Round Robin
1. Overall score/win record
2. TB column (Only if the players in question have match history)
3. Tiebreaker match

Swiss Format
1. Overall score/win record
2. TB column (Only if the players in question have match history)
3. Buchholz
4. Seeding: Higher seed retains higher spot if above factors are all tied (Only if determining the order of two participants already guaranteed a spot in the finals).
5. Tiebreaker match (Only if there is a tiebreak which involves two or more players on the edge of making the finals or not)

For more background on this change, please see both Wombat’s and my post here.




Feedback?
If you have any feedback on these particular changes, or any questions or suggestions for further adjustments or additions, please post your thoughts below or in the WBO Organized Play Rules thread.

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of WBO Organized Play! We appreciate any and all feedback and are always looking to improve and clarify things where possible.

View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here.

WBO Contributor Group Expansion

  • Kei
  • Jan. 15, 2018  8:40 PM
With all of the changes the WBO has undergone since our eighth anniversary–both in terms of the site itself and our team–and the fact that there is still much work to be done and many areas in which we know we can be better, over the past several months we came to the realization that in order to continue making progress, we would need more help.

Expanding the WBO Contributor Team
Our solution to this has been to expand the WBO Contributor team. This team’s primary focus will be the critical role of maintaining our vast number of existing practices from Youtube videos, to social media posts, Beyblade news, reviewing Organizer’s Quiz submissions, approving event proposals, and more.

Quite simply, without these people, the WBO Committee wouldn’t have the time to continue making progress on further improvements to the site, such as the long awaited new theme and all of the functionality that is going to be bringing (more on that soon in a future announcement!) or think about bigger picture projects to improve the community.



Existing Contributors
The existing WBO Contributor team consists of the following:
  • @[TrainiacJ] - Youtube Contributor
  • @[juncction] - Social Media Contributor
  • @[Wombat] - Organized Play Contributor
New Contributors
And we are pleased to announce that the following members will now be joining the team!:
  • @[OldSchool™] - Organized Play Contributor
  • @[ThaKingTai] - Organized Play Contributor
  • @[Alta] - Organized Play Contributor
  • @[Hato] - Social Media & Beyblade News Contributor
  • @[Jinbee] - Forum Moderation Contributor (Global Moderator)
  • @[Mage] - Forum Moderation Contributor (Global Moderator)
  • Jojo [Jp0t] - Youtube Contributor
  • @[MonoDragon] - Beyblade Wiki Contributor



What do they do?
The Organized Play Contributors will be focusing their efforts on reviewing Organizer’s Quiz submissions, event proposals, assisting new players on the forums looking to host tournaments, providing feedback to the Committee on rule changes (of course, we will still discuss big changes with the community as well!), and helping to keep our tournament data archive up to date. In short, they are experts in everything WBO Organized Play. If you have any questions about tournament rules or hosting your own event, don’t hesitate to ask them.

Social Media Contributors are focused on producing new content for our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter). Some might specialize in photography like juncction, and others might be focused on writing posts regarding Beyblade News, like Hato will be. That being said, as always we still accept submissions of photos and video from our official events!

Youtube Contributors dedicate themselves to helping manage and produce new content for our Youtube Channel, Beyblade Channel. TrainiacJ will continue producing Beyblade Review videos as he has been for a while, and will also work on new video ideas as well. Additionally, Jojo [Jp0t] will bring her expertise from her own Youtube channel and helping with videos as well.

And finally, Jinbee and Mage will be joining as a pair of Global Moderators to ensure our Community Rules are enforced fairly and the forums stay organized.

With this expanded version of the WBO team for 2018, we will continue striving to be the best Beyblade community in the world. You can count on better organization, efficiency, responsiveness, activity, and improvements as the new team members get acclimated to their new roles.

We will also continue looking at ways in which we can improve even further and bring more Contributors onto the team. We are open to ideas for areas in which improvements could be made, but please understand that we do not take applications for becoming a Contributor officially. We will contact you! That being said, helping out members around the forums and promoting the WBO in your local community are all things you can absolutely do nevertheless.

Thank you everyone!

9th Anniversary: Commence!

  • ~Mana~
  • Dec. 04, 2017  8:55 PM
Hey there World Bladers!

As we come to the end of another year of Beyblade, we look back at everything that has happened in the world of Beyblade this year. Takara-Tomy and Hasbro both launched their God Layer System series, mixing up the metagame immensely. The WBO has continued to grow, with activity staying strong and discussions ongoing! You guys have also made 95 WBO sanctioned events possible so far this year, which is a number that continues to astound us! 

But now, the time has come to celebrate our 9th Anniversary! This year, we've prepared a number of festivities to celebrate:

First, creator of Metal Fight Beyblade–Adachi Takafumi–has drawn up the fantastic new character art of Taka & Fumithe WBO mascots we unveiled last year–that you see in our Anniversary logo! You'll see this used more across the site this coming year, and will also be featured on brand new shirts in our store very soon! And we're also bringing our beloved BeyLotto out again for the third time this year and opening it up to all Bladers! Be sure to enter, we've got some fantastic prizes this year!

Our Instagram contests have been a hit this year, so we're bringing out another one: the #WBOMemories contest! We're finally publishing HMS & Plastics Remembrance BeyLotto Results (sorry for the delay!), and providing a few of rule updates to our Competitive Play rulebooks. There's something for everyone this year!

We had also planned to launch our rewrite of the current site theme today as well, but circumstances mean that this isn't possible today. However, when we do launch this later this month, you can look forward to a number of old features returning to the site, as well as a number of new ones, such as Battle Histories on profiles, tournament invitations, and what we feel will have the largest impact: Organizer tournament processing! We'll have more information on this when it launches, so stay tuned for the full details!

And as usual, let's not forget that we're waiving the fees for all WBO tournaments between December 4th and January 4th! Make the most of this time to host a few tournaments and bring new Bladers to each of our communities!

The past year hasn't been smooth. We've had a number of site issues to fix (and still do!), but you've all been understanding and helped to make the process as smooth as possible. As our dedicated community, thank you for sticking with us; joining in discussions, writing Wiki articles, participating in events worldwide, and making the WBO the place to be for Beyblade fans for the ninth year in a row!

Here's to another year! (Oh god, we're 10 next year...better plan something big...)

Check out this year's content!



WBO IX Anniversary BeyLotto

To celebrate the WBO's 9th anniversary, enter this awesome giveaway for a chance to win prizes such as the God Customize Set, Spriggan Requiem, Nightmare Longinus, and more!

BeyLotto Rules
  • This BeyLotto is open to all WBO members.
  • You are automatically entered by posting once in this thread (multiple posts will not add multiple entries).
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Prizes are limited to Blader Passport Holders.
  • The entry period will end on January 4th, 2018 at 11:59PM EST.

Earn Extra Entries
Prizes
9 lucky winners will earn themselves some sweet physical prizes!

9th: B-101 Random Booster Vol. 9 Beat Kukulcan.7U.Hn

8th: B-101 Random Booster Vol. 9 Beat Kukulcan.7U.Hn

7th: B-101 Random Booster Vol. 9 Beat Kukulcan.7U.Hn

6th: B-101 Random Booster Vol. 9 Beat Kukulcan.7U.Hn

5th: B-97 Nightmare Longinus.Ds

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4th: B-00 Amaterios.7M.X

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3rd: B-100 Starter Spriggan Requiem.0.Zt

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2nd: B-100 Starter Spriggan Requiem.0.Zt + BG-08 Random Layer Collection Vol. 8 Full Set

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1st: B-98 God Customize Set

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The top 9, and 21 additional randomly-picked winners will receive their choice of the following huge list of Bit Boosters:
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

And finally, all winners, tournament participants, social media, and video contributors during the BeyLotto period will receive the commemorative Anniversary Bit 2017!

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Good luck, everyone!
Outlined below are several important new ruling additions, updates, and clarifications to the WBO Organized Play Burst Format rulebook and the Organizers' Guide. View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here, and a summary of the changes below:

Rule Updates Overview
  • Burst Format: Mode Changes For Parts Which Require Disassembly – Launcher Switching Restrictions
  • Burst Format: Status Report - Trial Ban: Maximum Garuda Layer



Burst Format Updates

Burst Format: Mode Changes For Parts Which Require Disassembly – Launcher Switching Restrictions

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As was announced in our rule updates in October, parts which require disassembly to change their mode–like Alter Chronos, Legend Spriggan, or the upcoming Spriggan Requiem–may now be changed once per match at any time.

As an added clarification to this update, we wanted to be clear how launcher switching works in the case of Beyblades like Legend Spriggan which can change spin directions.

First Stage Matches
In any first stage match, if you are using a Beyblade that has a spin direction switching gimmick, you may change your launcher to one of the opposite spin direction when you make the mode switch. However, the launcher switched to must be of the same type/power as the one you previously used. To be precise, here is an outline of the legal launcher switches possible:

✓ Switching Permitted
  • BeyLauncher LR (from one spin direction to another on the same launcher)
  • Digital Sword Launcher (from one spin direction to another on the same launcher)
  • Light Launcher LR (from one spin direction to another on the same launcher)
  • Light Launcher to Light Launcher L + Standard Winder
  • Light Launcher to Light Launcher L + Long Winder
  • BeyLauncher to BeyLauncher L
  • Proto/Entry Launcher R to Proto/Entry Launcher L
  • Regular Launcher + Short Winder (Hasbro) to Regular Launcher L + Short Winder (Hasbro)
  • Regular Launcher + Long Winder (Hasbro) to Regular Launcher L + Long Winder (Hasbro)
  • Switchstrike Launcher (Hasbro, from one spin direction to another on the same launcher)
✗ Switching Not Permitted
  • BeyLauncher Speed Ver.
  • BeyLauncher Heavy Ver.
  • Sword Launcher
  • String Launcher (Hasbro)
  • Supergrip Launcher + Short Winder (Hasbro)
  • Supergrip Launcher + Long Winder (Hasbro)
If you plan on using a Beyblade with a spin direction switching gimmick and plan to change modes, do not choose one of the above launchers under "Switching Not Permitted" as you will not be permitted to switch as you will not have a launcher to use.

Final Stage Matches (Deck Format)
In the final stage Deck Format matches, switching between the two launchers of different spin directions initially selected for the match is permitted. You cannot pick another, third launcher.

Status Report - Trial Ban: Maximum Garuda Layer
As previously announced, we are currently in the midst of a trial ban of the Maximum Garuda Layer. Since our announcement, the results have been rather promising. See the winning combinations lists from the four events hosted thus far:

However, as announced we will be continuing with this trial until 10 Burst Format tournaments have been successfully completed. So in the mean time, please feel free to continue posting your thoughts on Maximum Garuda and any tests you might conduct in the Maximum Garuda Testing/Discussion thread or in commentary related to a specific tournament in the Winning Combinations thread!






Organizers’ Guide Updates

New Launchers Added to Rotation Chart
We have added in the proper number of launcher rotations for the Light Launcher LR to the chart in the Organizers’ Guide. We would also like to add the Hasbro String and Switchstrike Launchers; and if anyone knows the number of rotations on those, please let us know!




Feedback?
If you have any feedback on these particular changes, or any questions or suggestions for further adjustments or additions, please post your thoughts below or in the WBO Organized Play Rules thread.

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of WBO Organized Play! We appreciate any and all feedback and are always looking to improve and clarify things where possible.

View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here.
Happy 9th anniversary, everyone! Over the many years we've shared at the WBO, we've made tons of memories both online and in person. Fellow Bladers who met at tournaments have, in some cases, become lifelong friends, and many of our Beyblades have led us to exciting victories! To celebrate the memories we've made as a community, it's time for the Favourite WBO Memory instagram contest:

Post Your Favourite WBO Memory on Instagram
From today until January 4th, 2018 @ 11:59pm EST, we want to hear about your favourite WBO memory! We encourage you to be creative with your interpretation of this theme: make it fit your own unique experience in the community! Not sure what to post about? Here are just a few ideas:
  • A silly photo of you and your Beyblade friends at a WBO tournament
  • A picture of a Beyblade you took home a special prize with
  • An image that reminds you of a fun moment you had browsing the WBO forum
  • A video of your most epic tournament victory
Contest Rules
One grand prize winner will be picked randomly at the end of the contest, and a committee panel of judges will determine two other winners who will earn a Bit Booster, B-100 Spriggan Requiem.0.Zt, and have their memory reposted on the @worldbeyblade Instagram account. Here are the few rules you have to follow to enter this contest:
  • Your entry must be posted on your Instagram account (so yes, you do need Instagram to participate!)
  • If your Instagram is private, you can still enter! Post a screenshot of your private Instagram entry in the comments of this thread, and we will count it as your entry
  • You must be following @worldbeyblade to enter
  • Make sure the photo and description are appropriate for all ages
  • Only one entry will count per person
  • Make sure to tag your photo with these two hashtags: #WBOMemories #WorldBeyblade
  • It's not required to enter, but you can also tag @worldbeyblade in your post and photo!
  • Not required, but please include your WBO username in the description of your entry, if you can! That way we know who on the forum to credit with prizes
Win a Bit Booster & B-100 Spriggan Requiem.0.Zt!
The winner will receive a brand new B-100 Starter Spriggan Requiem.0.Zt and one of the following Bit Boosters for their user profile!:
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

Comment in this thread with any questions, and best of luck to everyone! We can't wait for your entries, and for all the new, great memories we'll make in the WBO's 9th year.
Hey World Bladers!

This has been long overdue, but we're finally here to announce the results of our Remembrance BeyLotto and Generations contest! So, without further ado...




Remembrance 2017 BeyLotto Results!

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It's here! It's finally here! We know how hyped some of you Bakuten lovers were for this giveaway, so let's get this underway!

Our 8 winners are...

8th Place: Driger MS, Flash Leopard
...@[Ashmit Mohanty]!

7th Place: Dranzer F, Master Dranzer, Death Driger
...@[Basedsamuraij]!

6th Place: CLASSIC Set
Bakushin-Oh! (Black and Bronze), Salamalyon, Sparkling Attacker, Ultimate Dragoon
...@[Syphon]!

5th Place: DEFENSE Set
Sea Drake, Advance Guardian, Draciel V, Draciel V2
...@[Hunter08]!

4th Place: ULTIMATE UPPER Set
Driger V2, Dark Effigy MS, Kids Dragoon, and Dranzer GT
...@[Sayantan sen]!

3rd Place: ENDURANCE Set
Galeon, Vortex Ape, Guardian Driger, and Bearing Stinger, Zeus (Hasbro)
...@[Tushar Verma]!

2nd Place: ATTACK Set
Dragoon MS, Trygle, Dragoon G, Griffolyon, and Strata Dragoon G
...@[SayakNath]!

And our main prize winner...

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1st Place: SCARlet’s Custom 3D Printed Black Dranzer + Case

...it's @[DSiks]!

Congratulations to all our winners! As a reminder, in addition to your prizes, all 8 of you can also choose a Bit Booster from below!
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]



Beyblade Photography Contest 5: Generations Results!

We had many stunning entries, and it was difficult to choose a Top 3 for this contest! So much that we've decided on a Top 4 for this contest instead! But the question remains; who wins that elusive Venusian G..?

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...@[ronitnath], it's you!

Congratulations! Make sure to pop us a message with your full name, shipping address, and phone number and we'll get that Venusian G out to you!

As for our runners-up...

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...@[SUGOI-KONICHEWA]!

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...@[Kevo]!

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...@[Newtype]!

Congratulations to you all! Be sure to pick a Bit Booster from the ones listed in the BeyLotto section above for your prize!



Thank you to everyone who took part in this year's Remembrance festivities! We hope you enjoyed reliving the glory days of the past with us!

Tune in next year for MFB Remembrance 2018! :djdisappointed:
Outlined below are several important new ruling additions, updates, and clarifications to all WBO Organized Play rulebooks and the Organizers' Guide. View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here, and a summary of the changes below:

Rule Updates Overview

  • IMPORTANT: Trial Ban – Maximum Garuda Layer
  • IMPORTANT: The Ωuter Disk is Now Banned
  • IMPORTANT: Burst Format: Mode Changes For Parts Which Require Disassembly – 1 Allowed Per Match
  • IMPORTANT: Beyblade Selection: Parts Borrowed at Any Point Must be Announced
  • IMPORTANT: Burst Deck Format: Non-Contact Bursts = 1 Point
  • Burst Format: God Chip Use in Mandatory
  • Burst Deck Format: Regular God Chips May Be Repeated
  • Organizers’ Guide: New Launchers Added to Rotation Chart



Burst Format Updates

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IMPORTANT: Trial Ban – Maximum Garuda Layer
Given Maximum Garuda's immense dominance in WBO Organized Play events since being introduced this past July, the decision has been made to proceed with a trial ban of mG so that we can observe what the metagame would look like without it in play. This trial ban will last for approximately 10 Burst Format tournaments (in at least 3 separate regions). After the 10 tournaments have been completed, we will re-evaluate the status of the ban with the following being determining factors:

  • The Winning Combinations from each event
  • Take into consideration the impressions of any players who played in each event (please post your thoughts if you play in an event during this trial ban! The WBO Tournament Reports forum is a good place to do so)
  • Discussion in the community
  • Any new parts released since the beginning of the ban which might make mG less dominant

In the mean time, please also feel free to continue posting your thoughts on Maximum Garuda and any tests you might conduct in the Maximum Garuda Testing/Discussion thread!

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IMPORTANT: The Ωuter Disk is Now Banned
Until further notice, the Ωuter Disk is now banned from all WBO Organized Play events. We will re-evaluate this ban when Ωuter becomes more easily obtainable.

In addition to dominating G2 and G3 tournaments in Japan, the Ωuter Disk has been proven to be a dominating force in the few WBO events it has been present at; it is undeniably the best Disk for Stamina in the game currently. However, because it is only available through Ωrichalcum Ωuter Ωcta in the RARE BEY GET BATTLE on the TAKARA-TOMY Beyblade Burst website/app, and because it has been proven to be much more difficult to win than αmaterios or βaldur, we have decided that for the sake of fairness to all players that the Disk will be banned until it becomes more readily available.

IMPORTANT: Burst Format: Mode Changes For Parts Which Require Disassembly – 1 Allowed Per Match
Parts which require disassembly to change their mode–like Alter Chronos or Legend Spriggan–may now be changed once per match at any time. This means that for example, you can change Legend Spriggan from left- to right-spin once per match. If two players wish to change modes at the same time, they must turn around and do so in secret before continuing the match.

We welcome feedback on this rule change once you've had a chance to try it in a WBO Organized Play event and will be evaluating how effective or fair it is moving forward. Our hope however is that it will make Attack types like Legend Spriggan slightly more viable, which is important for Burst Format.

This change currently only applies to Burst Format.

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God Chip Use in Mandatory
We have clarified that the use of a God Chip in all Layers that accept them is mandatory.

Deck Format: Regular God Chips May Be Repeated
We have clarified that the repetition of regular God Chips in your Deck is permitted. Metal God Chips may not be repeated.

Deck Format: Non-Contact Bursts = 1 Point
Burst Finishes that occur without any contact with the opposing Beyblade are now worth 1 Point instead of 2.




Updates to All Rulebooks & Organizers’ Guide

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IMPORTANT: Beyblade Selection: Parts Borrowed at Any Point Must be Announced
If a player does not own a part that they are using in a tournament battle and are borrowing it from someone else, it must be announced who they are borrowing from during the Beyblade Selection phase before the match begins regardless of when the part was borrowed.

Judges: When the Beyblade Selection phase begins, ask each player if they are borrowing parts or receiving help from another person. If one or both players are, you must inform them who is helping or lending parts to their opponent.

Players: If you are borrowing part(s) or receiving advice from someone, you must tell the judge who the person is when he or she asks you. Parts borrowed at any point during the event for future use must be announced as well. The exact part(s) do not need to be announced, just the person they are being borrowed from.

This update has been made to further clarify the new rule from our August 2017 update regarding receiving help before a match begins. There is no longer any ambiguity regarding whether or not parts borrowed before the Beyblade Selection phase begins need to be announced or not: they do.

Original August 2017 Rule Update (Click to View)





Organizers’ Guide Updates

New Launchers Added to Rotation Chart
We have added in the proper number of launcher rotations for the BeyLauncher LR (7.5) and the Digital Sword launcher (TBD) to the chart in the Organizers’ Guide.




Feedback?
If you have any feedback on these particular changes, or any questions or suggestions for further adjustments or additions, please post your thoughts below or in the WBO Organized Play Rules thread.

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of WBO Organized Play! We appreciate any and all feedback and are always looking to improve and clarify things where possible.

View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here.
Outlined below are several important new ruling additions, updates, and clarifications to all WBO Organized Play rulebooks and the Organizers' Guide. View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here, and a summary of the changes below:

Rule Updates Overview

  • IMPORTANT: Deathscyther & Dark Deathscyther Layers Unbanned
  • IMPORTANT: Burst Format KO Ruling Changes
  • Painting/Decorating Launchers, Grips, and Accessories Clarification



Burst Format Updates

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IMPORTANT: Deathscyther & Dark Deathscyther Layers Unbanned
Effective immediately, the Deathscyther and Dark Deathscyther Layers are now unbanned and legal for use in Burst Format tournaments.

After banning Deathscyther and Dark Deathscyther back in May, Beyblade Burst has underwent some of the most dramatic changes in its history to date with the newest releases in the God Layer System finally overtaking parts that had been dominant for well over a year. The ban of Deathscyther and Dark Deathscyther served to help make this progression faster by forcing players to look forward and find new strategies, but now with the new and powerful parts of the God Layer System running rampant throughout our tournaments, the time now seems right to unban Deathscyther and Dark Deathscyther.

We believe that both parts no longer pose the same threat that they once did, but look forward to seeing how you all utilize them (if at all)! Please feel free to post tests in the Burst Customizations forum as well.

IMPORTANT: Burst Format KO Ruling Changes
Burst Format Rulebook - Gameplay Appendix: Knocked-Out Wrote:A Beyblade is now considered knocked-out when it exits the play area. Beyblades that bounce back into the stadium after exiting the play area are still considered knocked-out.

However, if a Beyblade exits the play area and bounces back in before touching the opposing Beyblade in any fashion, the round will continue.

This means that if a Beyblade hits the back wall of the stadium cover in one of the three exits of the TAKARA-TOMY BeyStadium Standard Type and immediately bounces back in, it will have already been considered knocked-out unless it did so before touching the opposing Beyblade.

Previously, our rules stated that a Beyblade is considered knocked-out when "it exists the play area and cannot return". The key here is essentially the removal of the phrase "cannot return"; if a Beyblade exits the stadium after touching the opposing Beyblade in any fashion, it is considered knocked-out.

This particular update in reality will likely not have a dramatic effect on most tournaments, as was demonstrated to us in the two most recent Toronto tournaments where we gave it a trial run; it only happened a handful of times. However, even if only slight, what it does do it make Attack types in Burst Format just a little bit more viable competitively.




Updates to All Rulebooks

Painting/Decorating Launchers, Grips, and Accessories Clarification
All Rulebooks Wrote:Launchers, Grips, and Accessories may be painted or decorated for aesthetic purposes only. Any paint or decoration added must not affect the performance or originally intended functions or gimmicks of the part and should not obstruct your opponent’s ability to launch properly in any way. If a judge determines your launcher, grip, or accessory has been modified to the point of illegality due to such modifications, they may tell you to you switch to a new version of that same part.

We realized that some of the current verbiage in our rulebooks was slightly vague as it only mentioned "parts", so we have now added the above ruling to each rulebook in order to clarify that painting/decorating of launcher, grips, and accessories is permitted to the above degree.




Feedback?
If you have any feedback on these particular changes, or any questions or suggestions for further adjustments or additions, please post your thoughts below or in the WBO Organized Play Rules thread.

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of WBO Organized Play! We appreciate any and all feedback and are always looking to improve and clarify things where possible.

View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here.
Hello there Bladers!

This has been long overdue, and we apologise for the delay! Naturally, we wanted to wait until we had all the spreadsheets in from the BeyDays events to ensure that everyone who participated in our festivities was entered into our BeyLotto! We'll be starting with our #BeybladeInAction results first!



#BeybladeInAction Results!

We had many action-packed entries, and it was great to see everyone's creativity! In particular, we were looking for images that stood out without needing to be edited, but some of our edited submissions were fantastic as well. But who will our prestigious Thief Phoenix go to...?

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...@[Forbidden 1]!

Congratulations! Make sure to pop us a message with your full name, shipping address, and phone number and we'll get your Phoenix out to you!



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Yes, we've finally drawn the winners for our BeyLotto! We had an incredible 164 entries in this year's BeyLotto, with most coming from our 12 BeyDays events as well! Thank you all our participants this year!

As a reminder, we have 30 winners of Bit Boosters, and 10 of these will also win physical prizes! As a reminder of the Bit Boosters available...
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

And our 30 lucky winners are...!

@[Morkad]
@[ClaraM]
JoJo [Jp0t]
@[Sniper]
@[ronitnath]
@[Antonio8]
@[FIREFIRE CPB]
@[CookieLonginus]
@[PrestyPirouette]
@[TourePilot]
@[volt aoi]
@[sagyking]
@[Naru Blader]
@[U wot m8]
@[1234beyblade]
@[byonicboy]
@[MegaBlueScyther]
@[Dewyou]
@[Dark Soul]
@[Chimera]
@[HarryAlchemist]
@[ashton pinto]
@[Cake]
@[Solarus]
@[Hato]
@[Ninja Blader]
@[ThaKingTai]
@[Bey Bread]
@[Patricksawesome]
@[Tsunagu]

Congratulations! Make sure to leave a comment with your Bit Booster choice!

But who are our 10 physical prize winners? Without further ado...

10th: Wyvron W2 Booster
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...ashton pinto!


9th: Doomscizor D2 Starter
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...sagyking!


8th: Nepstrius N2 Starter
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...PrestyPirouette!


7th:  Kerbeus K2 and Yegdrion Y2 2-Pack
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...Dark Soul!


6th: Doomscizor D2 and Unicrest U2 2-Pack
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...MegaBlueScyther!


5th: one B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4, B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T
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...Tsunagu!


4th: one B-67 Random Booster Vol. 5, B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T
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...Chimera!


3rd: B-00 Driger Slash .H.F (Darkness Ver.), B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T
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...ThaKingTai!


2nd: B-00 Dragoon Storm .W.X (Gold Ver.), B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T
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...Sniper!


1st: B-00 Premiere Set!
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...Bey Bread! (Wait, you're not Brad...)

Congratulations to all our winners! Make sure to pop us a message with your full name, shipping address, and phone number and we'll get these out to you!



And once again, thank you to everyone who participated in our BeyDays festivities! Here's to next year!
We have some exciting news to announce today! In collaboration with @[TrainiacJ], the WBO will now be producing Beyblade Reviews for our Youtube Channel, Beyblade Channel!

Check out our first review below for B-86 Starter Legend Spriggan.7.Mr:




Our goal here is to provide succinct and informative (in terms of competitive relevancy) reviews for Beyblades, a type of video which we felt–generally speaking–is currently underrepresented on Youtube. And at the same time, we feel that this type of video is reflective of our goals in promoting Beyblade on a competitive level worldwide.

For the time being, we will be focusing on producing reviews for the newest releases in the Beyblade Burst series. We hope you all look forward to more reviews in the coming months. If you liked the video, please be sure to leave a like it and Subscribe to Beyblade Channel to be sure you don’t miss any of our future videos!

Finally, huge thank you to TrainiacJ for donating his time and making this possible in the first place! And also to @[juncction] for the above photo of Legend Spriggan (and your help with our social media)! We are working on a new approach to our idea of the "Contributors" user group and will be adding both of you soon to recognize your contributions to the team.


Outlined below are several important new ruling additions, updates, and clarifications to all WBO Organized Play rulebooks and the Organizers' Guide. View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here, a summary of the changes below:

Rule Updates Overview

  • IMPORTANT: Maximum Garuda God Chip Restrictions
  • Disassembling or Swapping Layer Components is Illegal
  • Receiving Help Before a Match: Must be Announced
  • Judge Neutrality: Advice Restrictions
  • Incorrect Seeding Issues & ‘Random’ Seeding Clarification
  • Dropped Participants Clarification
  • Event Proposals: Required Interest Now 4 Players Minimum



Burst Format Updates

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IMPORTANT: Maximum Garuda God Chip Restrictions
Effective immediately, the Maximum Garuda Layer in Beyblade Burst cannot be used with any other God Chip except for the default God Chip that comes with stock mG–Maximum Garuda.8F.Fl from B-87–or the soon to be released B-91 Metal God Chip.

It was recently announced by TAKARA-TOMY that they would be implementing this same change after the discovery of a particular mold of God Chip fitting much, much tighter with other parts than other molds. You can read more about the different molds of God Chips here.

Disassembling or Swapping Layer Components is Illegal
It is now officially illegal to disassemble all Beyblade Burst Layers or swap components between them. This means that you may not, for example, take the clear ‘over Layer’ from one Layer such as Victory Valkyrie and swap it with one from another Layer.




Updates to All Rulebooks

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Receiving Help Before a Match: Must be Announced
To allow for an even playing field where both players have a fair chance of knowing what they are up against, it is now mandatory for players to announce to the judge and their opponent if they are receiving advice or parts from someone else during the Beyblade Selection phase of a match.

We don’t want to discourage communication between players at our events, but the disadvantage created for Bladers  playing someone who they don’t know are receiving advice or parts from someone else is apparent. If your opponent is receiving help, you can’t make an informed Beyblade selection if you’re making that decision based on what you know solely about your opponent, and not based on what you know about the person helping them.

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Beyblade & Launcher Presentation
Like Deck Format, players are now required to present both their Beyblade and Launcher to their opponent before the first round of every match.

Beyblades (with mode changes that do not require disassembly) and Launchers with multiple spin directions available may be changed after the presentation phase.

Players do not need to present their Beyblade or launcher prior to subsequent rounds in the same match.



Organizers' Guide Updates

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Judge Neutrality: Advice Restrictions
This almost goes without saying, but we have added additional clarification to the Organizers’ Guide for judges regarding neutrality. All WBO Organized Play judges are expected to exert a neutral, unbiased stance for everything that may occur during any given match.

✗ Judges May Not
Give any advice to either player as it pertains to the battle itself. Some examples of this include combo selection advice or telling one player to “weak launch” to have a better chance of winning.

✓ Judges May
Give technical equipment-related advice to players. Some examples of this include an observation that something may be broken with their launcher, if their Beyblade is not properly attached prior to the beginning of a round, and so forth.




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Incorrect Seeding Issues & ‘Random’ Seeding Clarification
After a recent event in which the seeding was handled incorrectly by accident, we have revised our Organizers’ Guide to specify precisely what is meant by “random seeding” and expanded slightly upon why seeding is incredibly important. You can read the full update in the section below, but here is a quote from the tournament report I wrote outlining why proper seeding is paramount:

Incorrect Seeding Issues (Click to View)

While there is unfortunately some room for interpretation currently as the BeyPoint System Queue is not up to date yet, we expect Organizers to make smart decisions about where certain players are seeded; the most obvious and clear cut being that returning players should not be given the bottom seed in an event ahead of new players.



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Dropped Participants Clarification
One thing which has never really been clear in our rules is how Organizers should deal with players who–for one reason or another–drop from tournaments and have to leave before their matches have been completed. We have now addressed this in the Organizers’ Guide with specific rulings

For all formats, if a player drops before the conclusion of the event their battles played will be ultimately processed into the rankings as normal. However, for the following formats:

Round Robin & Block Round Robin
If a player drops from an event before completing all of their matches in a Round Robin-based event, they will be given "losses" for every match both played and unplayed.

What this means is that the matches the dropped player has played will be counted for the WBO Rankings, but will all be considered "losses" within the context of the event. If someone wins four matches in an eight-player round robin and drops, they'll get the four wins (for the matches played) and three losses (for the matches missed) within the WBO Rankings, but will receive seven losses within the context of the tournament. This will ensure that the flow of the tournament is not disrupted in any way; players who lost to the player that dropped won't be at a disadvantage compared to the players who didn't and get free wins as a result.

Swiss Format
If a player drops from a Swiss tournament, they will retain their wins but receive match losses for the remainder of the tournament. Players who drop from a Swiss event will not be eligible for additional Credits beyond the +1 Participation Credit due to the greater inconvenience it places on the tournament organizer and all participants in comparison to other formats.

However for all formats, if a player stays to complete their round robin/swiss round matches and makes the finals, they will only be given losses for their battles in the finals.

To help avoid the possibility of participants dropping from your event, we encourage all Organziers to announce the estimated length of the tournament before it begins.





Event Proposals: Required Interest Now 4 Players Minimum
The minimum required number of confirmed participants for members planning to schedule an event and become an Organizer is now 4. However, anybody proposing an event with less than 8 participants (the threshold where your event becomes eligible for ranked status, prize reimbursement, etc), must be doing so with the intention of trying to gather more participants and to grow their community.

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Submit Social Media Content, Help Your Community Grow!
We understand that the best way to get your event noticed is to have it posted in our official WBO Beyblade Tournaments forum, and hope that this change will allow for more communities to host events and grow.

To allow us to help you do this, remember that all Club Format events are required to submit a group photo. This photo, along with any other photos or video you can submit to us to post on our social media are one way we can help promote your community after each of your events. This also applies to all Organizers in general, regardless of the size of your event!




Feedback?
If you have any feedback on these particular changes, or any questions or suggestions for further adjustments or additions, please post your thoughts below or in the WBO Organized Play Rules thread.

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of WBO Organized Play! We appreciate any and all feedback and are always looking to improve and clarify things where possible.

View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here.
Flash! HMS & Plastics Remembrance 2017 is here, and we're shaking it up!

Breaking with the tradition of past years, our celebration of the series that started it all will go on for not just one weekend or even two: this year's HMS and Plastics Remembrance will span four weekends lasting from July 15 to August 6!

Some things never change, though, such as the extra +1 credit for participants of HMS and Plastic events during the celebratory period. For anyone planning to attend multiple old school events, this will be a great chance to rack up those credits!

As of now, these areas will be holding events as part of HMS & PLA Remembrance:

– Saturday, July 15th –

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– Sunday, July 16th –

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– Sunday, July 16th –

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– Saturday, July 29th –

[Image: ca.png] - PLASTIC'S NOT DEAD! 4 at High Park in Toronto, ON


- Saturday, August 12th -

[Image: gb.png] - Wait, this isn't Burst?! at Regent's Park in London, UK


(We'll update this list and feature new events here as they're approved, so get on it, Organizers! :P)






And as if BeyDays wasn't long enough past...

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It's time for another BeyLotto! Every member who participates in a HMS or Plastic Format event between July 15th and August 6th will be entered. Unlike that of BeyDays, though, this one is stacked (literally) with Beyblades from the first generation...

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...Plus something extra special for the top winner...


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1st Place: SCARlet’s Custom 3D Printed Black Dranzer + Case

2nd Place: ATTACK Set
Dragoon MS, Trygle, Dragoon G, Griffolyon, and Strata Dragoon G

3rd Place: ENDURANCE Set
Galeon, Vortex Ape, Guardian Driger, and Bearing Stinger, Zeus (Hasbro)

4th Place: ULTIMATE UPPER Set
Driger V2, Dark Effigy MS, Kids Dragoon, and Dranzer GT

5th Place: DEFENSE Set
Sea Drake, Advance Guardian, Draciel V, Draciel V2

6th Place: CLASSIC Set
Bakushin-Oh! (Black and Bronze), Salamalyon, Sparkling Attacker, Ultimate Dragoon

7th Place: Dranzer F, Master Dranzer, Death Driger

8th Place: Driger MS, Flash Leopard



And of course, all 8 randomly-picked winners of the above prizes will receive their choice of the following huge list of Bit Boosters:

  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]
  • Bit Booster RISING [Image: 00-Face-Booster-RISING.png]




Beyblade Photography Contest 5: Generations

On top of this all, we're swinging another Bit contest your way! With the continuation of the Bakuten Shoot: RISING manga, this year's theme is aptly "generations." The three best entries will each receive their choice of a Bit Booster from the same list as the winners of the BeyLotto above.

And for the top prize? Why, a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet...

Venusian G!

For full details and entry, head on over to the contest's topic in the Beyblade General forum:

<div class="text-center"><a href="https://worldbeyblade.org/Thread-Beyblade-Photography-Contest-5-Generations" class="btn btn-primary btn-lg" target="_blank"><i class="fa fa-external-link"></i> Enter Contest</a></div>





Organized Play Rule Changes

  • The Burst Standard Type BeyStadium is now legal for HMS and PLA Formats!

  • Deck Rotation Finals is no longer mandatory for HMS and PLA Formats!


These changes are effective immediately, so hopefully they will make HMS and PLA Formats easier to put together for everyone!

<div class="text-center"><a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/15b3nO9q9qq_gkCCqxURAf7-In92NdHrbV4HRl3esCag/edit?usp=sharing" class="btn btn-primary btn-lg" target="_blank"><i class="fa fa-external-link"></i> Read Updated Rulebooks</a></div>




New Promo Cards Featuring Taka and Fumi!

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As some of you may have seen at Anime North in Toronto back in May, the much-needed redesign of our WBO Promo Cards is now complete! We're excited to start sending these out to potential representatives from around the globe to help grow their local communities!

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Want promo cards for your local Beyblade community?

<div class="text-center"><a href="https://worldbeyblade.org/Thread-WBO-Promo-Card-Campaign-Looking-for-west-coast-NA-Representatives-08-03" class="btn btn-primary btn-lg" target="_blank"><i class="fa fa-external-link"></i> Request Cards Here</a></div>





Plastics & HMS on Social Media!

Lastly, keep an eye on the WBO's social media pages for plenty of Plastics & HMS related content over these next few weeks!

And don't forget to share your favorite Beyblade memories and celebration plans with the hashtag:

#HMSPlasticsRemembrance


HMS and Plastic Format tournament participants who do that and tag us @worldbeyblade on Twitter or Instagram get 1 extra entry in the BeyLotto!


Best of luck to everyone, and happy HMS & Plastics Remembrance!



P.S. Stay tuned for the winners of the BeyDays BeyLotto to be announced very soon...!!

Outlined below are several important new ruling additions, updates, and clarifications to all WBO Organized Play rulebooks and the Organizers' Guide. View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here, and a summary of the changes below:


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  • Following in TAKARA-TOMY’s footsteps, we have decided that effective May 15th, the Dark Deathscyther and Deathscyther Layers are now banned from Burst Format in WBO Organized Play Events. Both Layers have been banned due to their extreme overall power, versatility, and unhealthy influence on the diversity of Burst Format. These bans will be reviewed as new products are released. To help our continued review of these parts easier, we encourage everyone to continue testing with them and posting results in the Burst Customizations forum. However, for the time being we are optimistic that their absence from the game will allow for new parts and strategies to shine that may not have been viable before. Note: this ban does not include Hasbro’s Dark Doomscizor or Doomscizor Energy Layers.
  • Foreign Substance - Nail Polish Clarification: We have added clarification stating that it is legal to apply a thin coat of nail polish to the stickers of your Beyblades for aesthetic purposes to protect them.
  • Foreign Substance - Marking Parts Clarification: We have added clarification stating that making small marks on parts with pen/marker for the purpose of identification and being able to maintain parts orientation in the event of your Beyblade bursting/disassembling during a round is legal.
  • Homemade/Unofficial Stickers: We have added clarification that only stickers included with officially released or licensed by Hasbro or TAKARA-TOMY (and SONO KONG in the case of Plastics/HMS/MFB) may be used on your Beyblade.
  • Sticker Placement: We have added clarification regarding where stickers may be placed on your Beyblades. Generally speaking, you must follow the positioning as is outlined with the instructions included in each product. For more precise details, see the rulebooks or description below.
  • Brand Incompatibility (Burst Format): We have added clarification regarding the usage of parts that have been previously mixed with other brands. This means you cannot use a Hasbro Energy Layer in WBO Organized Play if it has been previously used with a TAKARA-TOMY Driver in testing or free-play and vice-versa with TAKARA-TOMY Layers and Hasbro Performance Tips. Particularly in the case of using a Hasbro Energy Layer that has been forced to fit on a TT Driver with a Hasbro Driver again, a higher burst resistance is created as a result of the damage that is inevitably created by forcing it onto a TT Driver previously.
  • Hasbro Burst Format: This was made official a while back, but we have now added a section to the Burst Format Rulebook outlining the rules.
  • Organizers’ Guide - Beyblade Inspection: We have made some significant structural updates and additions to the “Judging a Match” section. It is now split into two major sections: “Before the Match” and “During the Match”. There are clearer and more detailed instructions and expectations for judges regarding Beyblade selection and inspection contained within the “Before the Match” section. All organizers, judges, and players should read the detailed description below or in the Organizers’ Guide before their next event.



You can find the exact wording included in the rulebooks below. There may be slight variations in these descriptions depending on the format. Please reference the full rulebooks for each format.

’Burst Format Rulebook - Legal Equipment Section’ Wrote:Banned Layers: Deathscyther & Dark Deathscyther
The Layers Deathscyther & Dark Deathscyther are currently banned from use in World Beyblade Organization events due to their extreme overall power, versatility, and unhealthy influence on the diversity of Burst Format.

These bans will be reviewed as new products are released. Note: this ban does not include Hasbro’s Dark Doomscizor or Doomscizor Energy Layers.

’All Rulebooks - Legal Equipment Red Illegal Section’ Wrote:Foreign Substances: Beyblade parts cannot be painted, coated, or physically modified in any way except in the methods explicitly outlined in the green section below. Bladers who intentionally modify the performance illegally of their equipment will be disqualified and potentially banned from future WBO events.

Burst Format Rulebook - Legal Equipment Red Illegal Section’ Wrote:Sticker Placement: Stickers cannot be placed anywhere where two parts of the Beyblade come into contact with each other. You must respect the legal sticker positioning as instructed by TAKARA-TOMY in each Beyblade Starter and Booster product. In other words, these are the only placements accepted: for Layers, follow the sticker guide of that specific Layer; for the Disk, apply star stickers only on the bottom, outward ring, not inner, and ideally just on the embossed stars; for the Driver, only on the small center with the embossed letter.

As the only exception to this rule, you may place one star sticker on the top of a Layer near the center and on the outward perimeter on the bottom of a Driver for identification purposes.

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Burst Format Rulebook - Legal Equipment Red Illegal Section Wrote:Brand Incompatibility: Hasbro Energy Layers cannot be used with Takara-Tomy Drivers, and Takara-Tomy Layers cannot be used with Hasbro Performance Tips.

This applies to official battles in WBO events, and parts previously used in testing in a mixed brand combination. The slopes on Hasbro Energy Layers that have played with TAKARA-TOMY Drivers inevitably are damaged, increasing their burst resistance illegally.

Burst Format Rulebook - Legal Equipment Red Illegal Section Wrote:Homemade/Unofficial Stickers: Only stickers included with officially released Hasbro or TAKARA-TOMY products (or products licensed by these companies such as stickers by ensky for Beyblade Burst, or stickers included in Coro Coro magazines) may be used on your Beyblade. If a judge determines you have used homemade/unofficial stickers, you will be obligated to switch out the part for another version of the same part with no homemade/unofficial stickers applied. If you cannot, you will be given a match loss.

Burst Format Rulebook - Legal Equipment Green Permitted Section Wrote:Applying Nail Polish to Stickers: Applying a thin coat of nail polish to protect the stickers of your Beyblade for aesthetic purposes is permitted. However, if a judge determines you have applied a copious amount of nail polish to the point where it might significantly impact the weight of your Beyblade, you will be obligated to switch out the part for another version of the same part with no nail polish applied. If you cannot, you will be given a match loss.

Burst Format Rulebook - Legal Equipment Green Permitted Section Wrote:Marking Parts: Parts may be marked in order to differentiate parts from your opponent’s in the event of a double Burst Finish, or to maintain the orientation of your combination’s parts should it burst and need to be re-assembled. Stickers may be used to do this, but must follow the rules outlined under “Sticker Placement” above.

Alternatively, you may apply minor markings (single lines or dots) to them with a pen or marker. Marking parts in this manner is permitted, but you may not draw on your parts for aesthetic purposes. Other methods of marking not explicitly outlined here are not permitted and will be considered a “foreign substance” as defined by the section above.

Burst Format Rulebook - Hasbro Only Format Wrote:Hasbro Only Format
In this variant of Burst Format, the following equipment is legal for use:

✓ Legal:
Hasbro Energy Layers & Performance Tips
Both TAKARA-TOMY & Hasbro Launchers/Grips
Both TAKARA-TOMY Disks (that have been released by Hasbro) & Hasbro Forge Disks
TAKARA-TOMY Standard Type BeyStadium

✗ Illegal:
TAKARA-TOMY Layers & Drivers

Organizers’ Guide - Judging a Match Section Wrote:Judging a Match
You may also appoint other judges to assist you, which will be necessary if you are participating in your tournament. Appointed judges must fully understand the rules of play outlined in the format’s rulebook and the judging guidelines listed below:

Before the Match

1. Beyblade Selection
During this phase, ensure that players are positioned across from each other at the designated BeyStadium, with their backs turned. Bladers have 3 minutes to complete their selection.

2. Beyblade & Launcher Inspection
After a blader has announced they are set, judges must perform a Beyblade and Launcher inspection to ensure all parts are legal and have not been tampered with. First, disassemble the Beyblade if it is not already. Then, proceed with the inspection using the following guidelines:
  • Verify that parts are not fake. Parts must be produced by Hasbro or TAKARA-TOMY (or SONOKONG in the case of Plastics, HMS, and Metal Fight Beyblade).
  • Verify that parts have not been tampered with. Any foreign substance applied to a Beyblade part other than those explicitly outlined in our rulebooks (for Burst Format specifically, minimal nail polish for stickers, minimal pen/marker for marking parts, or official stickers in their proper spots as defined by TAKARA-TOMY are permitted. See other rulebooks for additional format-specific rulings) are considered illegal.
  • In Burst Format, Verify TAKARA-TOMY Layers & Drivers and Hasbro Energy Layers and Performance Tips are not and have not ever been mixed. TAKARA-TOMY Layers have teeth on their underside, while Hasbro’s have slopes. TAKARA-TOMY Drivers have slightly taller teeth on top of them than their Hasbro counterparts and will produce a tighter fit with Hasbro Energy Layers. And vice-versa with Hasbro Performance Tips; because of their shorter teeth, the fit with TAKARA-TOMY Layers will be looser. Even if the combination presented by a player does not mix brands, inspect the parts to ensure that they have not previously done so in other matches or testing. The slopes on Hasbro Energy Layers that have played with TAKARA-TOMY Drivers inevitably are damaged, increasing their burst resistance illegally.
  • After completing the inspection of the Beyblade Parts, give them back to the player, unassembled.
  • Test the number of rotations on their selected launcher (30+ Participants: Mandatory, 29 or less participants: Optional). If there is any more or less than the amount specified below, the player must change their launcher to one that has a legal number of rotations.
[VIEW CHART IN THE ORGANIZERS’ GUIDE]

During the Match
  • Once you have inspected the selected Beyblades and launchers of both players, have them turn around to face each other at the BeyStadium.
  • Ensure that neither blader takes up more than half of the play area while positioning their launcher.
  • Quickly ask bladers if they are ready before calling down “3–2–1 go shoot.” Bladers must launch as the word shoot is called.
  • Always keep your eyes on the battle. Battles can end suddenly or be decided by a fraction of a second difference.
  • During and after each round, ensure that players do not touch the BeyStadium.
  • After each round, ensure that the orientation of the BeyStadium as it was when the players arrived and positioned themselves before the match. The BeyStadium–especially in Zero-G Format–can shift dramatically from round to round depending on the battle in play.
  • After each round, players may not touch their Beyblades until the judge has announced the winner.
  • In the case of Burst Format, a judge must inspect the winning Beyblade to ensure that it did not skip all of its teeth and remain intact. If this is the case the result of the round is reversed and the “losing” Beyblade is then considered the winner for the round. If it is found that a Layer has skipped all of its teeth and did not burst after the conclusion of a round, the player using that Layer must then replace it with another version of the same Layer. If the player cannot do this, they are given a match loss instead of a round loss.


View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of WBO Organized Play! We appreciate any and all feedback and are always looking to improve and clarify things where possible.

Feedback?
If you have any feedback on these particular changes, or any questions or suggestions for further adjustments or additions, please post your thoughts in the WBO Organized Play Rules thread.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's BeyDays, and it's soaring into regions near you!

With last year's double weekend being so popular, we're back again for more! BeyDays will again be active across two weekends, so you have no excuses for being too busy to attend an event! We're doing it for you guys!

As with last year, each region may only organise BeyDays events during one of the two weekends. Events held on the other weekend will not be counted towards any of our BeyDays festivities! Sorry!

But which regions are running BeyDays events? Well, feast your eyes on this selection!

– Saturday 27th May –
[Image: ca.png] - Beyblade North 2017 (Burst) at Anime North in Toronto, ON
[Image: us.png] - BEYWATCH at Mishap Games in Roanoke, VA
[Image: in.png] - The BeyDay FIRESTORM II: Explosion at Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai, India
[Image: in.png] - The BeyDay FIRESTORM II: The Day of Reckoning!! at Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai, India
[Image: in.png] - The BeyDay FIRESTORM II: Bakushin Bakuten at Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai, India

– Sunday 28th May –
[Image: ca.png] - Beyblade North 2017 (Metal Fight) at Anime North in Toronto, ON
[Image: ca.png] - Beyblade North 2017 (Club Burst) at Anime North in Toronto, ON
[Image: us.png] - Beyblade: ReVolt at Grand Park in Los Angeles, CA

– Saturday 3rd June –
[Image: gb.png] - Beyblade Prime 2017 at Regent's Park in London, UK

– Sunday 4th June –
[Image: us.png] - Climber's High! at Hecksher Playground in Manhattan, NY
[Image: in.png] - BeyDays Thunderstorm at Dhakuria Lake in Kolkata, India
[Image: in.png] - BeyDays Thunderstorm Zero Gravity at Dhakuria Lake in Kolkata, India

As always, participants at any of these BeyDays events will grab you a shiny new Bit of Days VIII! Oooo!


If you're in the area and free to join one of these events, be sure to hit the "Join Tournament" button on that tournament's thread! BeyDays events are always a blast, so don't pass up this opportunity!

Don't see your region up there? You still have time! Gather some Bladers and submit an Event proposal! And don't forget...

Waived Credit Limit

As usual, all BeyDays events are exempt from the limit of Credits of 8 per weekend. That way, there's no limit to your dedication to Beyblade!

Waived Entry Fee for Emerging Areas

Any region that has been unable to host a tournament in the last 6 months will see the entry fee waived for its Bladers on this occasion!

Extra Prize Reimbursement for Raffles!

That's right, we're doubling the prize reimbursement for BeyDays events! 

As part of this promotion, we expect Organisers to use some of this to run a BeyRaffle at their events, with one random participant winning the prize chosen by the Organiser!

This only applies to one event in each region, so make sure you're making the most of this! Get that raffle going!



Ruling Updates: Rule Clarifications & Deathscyther/Dark Deathscyther Ban

You all gave your opinions, and we wholeheartedly agree. As of today, Deathscyther & Dark Deathscyther are now banned in WBO Competitive Play! This was long overdue, but we feel this is the best choice to return to a healthy metagame.

Alongside this, we've also taken the opportunity to clarify a number of rules in both our Organiser's Guide and our format-specific rulebooks, including more information of foreign substances, regulations on launcher checking and more!

Hop on over to Kei's update post for more information on all of these new rulings! Organisers, make sure you're aware of these changes as they'll be effective as of Monday 15th May!



Instagram Campaign: Beyblade in Action!

Following the success of our previous Instagram campaigns, we're back again with another one: Beyblade in Action!

It's simple! Until June 4th, post a picture of a Beyblade in action to your Instagram account! It could be a perspective shot of an intense battle, or even a mid-air shot of a Beyblade in motion! As long as it's in action, use your imagination and go for it!

Of course, we're setting a few rules for this event:
  • Keep the photograph appropriate for all ages
  • Incorporate something clearly Beyblade-related
  • Only one entry per person. Your first entry will be the only one we'll accept, but think carefully before your submit your entry!
  • You must be following the official @WorldBeyblade Instagram account
  • Make sure you're including the following hashtags in your post: #BeybladeInAction #WorldBeyblade
One lucky winner will get their hands on a Thief Phoenix E230GCF, courtesy of ashton pinto! What a guy! 

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 And to sweeten the deal even more, why not have a Bit Booster with that! 
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
Good luck to all Bladers! We're looking forward to seeing what action-packed entries you'll submit!



BeyLotto — Win Huge Prizes!

It wouldn't be BeyDays without a BeyLotto after all!

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All participants in a BeyDays tournaments are automatically going to be entered in this crazy giveaway. Therefore, the more events you participate in, the more chances you have at winning a prize! 

On top of that, a participation in the aformentioned "Beyblade in Action!" campaign will grant you one entry in the BeyLotto as well! No matter where you are, you can have a shot at the prizes!


As usual, Passport Holders are given the priority for the top prize, as thanks for their continued support!


All 30 randomly-picked winners will receive their choice of the following huge list of Bit Boosters: 
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]
And 10 lucky winners will also earn themselves some awesome physical prizes!

10th: Wyvron W2 Booster

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9th: Doomscizor D2 Starter

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8th: Nepstrius N2 Starter

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7th:  Kerbeus K2 and Yegdrion Y2 2-Pack

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6th: Doomscizor D2 and Unicrest U2 2-Pack

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5th: one B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4, B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T

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4th: one B-67 Random Booster Vol. 5, B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T

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3rd: B-00 Driger Slash .H.F (Darkness Ver.), B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T

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2nd: B-00 Dragoon Storm .W.X (Gold Ver.), B-00 Booster Dranzer Spiral .S.T

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1st: B-00 Premiere Set!

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Submit tournament footage, gain extra BeyLotto entries!

On top of that, this year once again, if you film scenes at the BeyDays tournament you attend and put the footage together for the BeyChannel, you'll get an extra entry in the BeyLotto! Show us the fierce competition in your community!

If you have footage please follow the guidelines outlined here and send it to Kei. If you do not have enough footage to put together for a 2-4 minute video as is described in that thread, send the raw footage to Kei through a file sharing website instead.

New Forum: Beyblade Hobby Q&A!

  • ~Mana~
  • May. 09, 2017  7:17 PM
We've recently been reviewing the site and looking for ways that we can improve the overall quality-of-life for you guys when browsing through. At the moment, we feel that our existing "Ask a question, get an answer" thread is an area that could do with an overhaul; asking question after question in the same thread isn't efficient and, as much as we encourage looking back through the thread to see if a question has already been asked, it's not easy. There's 1260 pages after all!

So, as of today, we're closing our existing "Ask a question, get an answer" thread and opening a new Forum specifically for Questions & Answers!


Within this Forum, each question is fully deserving of it's own thread, so don't feel that your question isn't worth asking! Questions will no longer overlap in the same thread, and no question will be lost or unseen! We've also created tags for the thread creators to set on threads to show whether they are answered or unanswered, making it easier to see at a glance whether threads still need attention.

And naturally, the search bar and sort feature will wholeheartedly complement this. The search bar will now check thread titles, allowing you to easily find a previously asked question (much better than crawling through a 1260 page thread!), and the sort feature also allows you to filter out results based on whether a question has been answered or not! In the future, we'll also be looking into allowing thread creators to tag their questions with the type of topic being asked (anime, toyline, competitive play etc), allowing for even deeper question filtering!

We hope that you'll all make full use of this new Forum, and we'll be keeping a close eye on it to ensure that things are going smoothly!

Thanks everyone! Please look forward to our next update, coming this week! BeyDays season is almost upon us after all...
April 2017 Beyblade Burst Giveaway:
B-79 Starter Drain Fafnir.8.Nt

BLADER PASSPORT HOLDERS ONLY


Beyblade Burst God's first left-spin Beyblade–one with rubber on its Layer too!–B-79 Starter Drain Fafnir.8.Nt–will be released on April 29th! To celebrate its release, we're giving away one exclusively to a lucky Blader Passport holder. If you're a Passport Holder, please post once in this thread to be entered in the April 2017 Beyblade Burst giveaway for a chance to win this new Beyblade!

Remember, this giveaway is only open to Passport Holders. If you hold one of these, simply post in this thread once for a chance to win! If not, your post will unfortunately be deleted.

But that's not all! We'll even give the winner a Bit Booster of their choosing!
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER [Image: h9jFJhE.png]
.. or try one of our newer Bit Boosters!:
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

This Beyblade giveaway will run until April 30, 2017, 23:59:59 EST. Entries after that date/time will not be entered. The winners will be announced shortly after the closing date and will have their prize shipped to them free of charge!

Good luck everyone!

New Sub-Forum: WBO Tournament Reports!

  • Kei
  • Apr. 02, 2017  5:55 AM
When we launched the new version of the WBO last year on our 8th anniversary, included in that massive update were a few changes to the structure of the forums.

However, with this change we’ve realized now that there is no clear place for Organizers and members to share their experiences at WBO Organized Play events with the entire community in the forum of tournament reports! Posting in event threads doesn’t work so well because most people outside of those communities don’t necessarily look at those threads. So, the solution was simple: a Tournament Reports sub-forum! We have moved all existing tournament reports from the “Discuss worldbeyblade.org” forum to this new sub-forum contained within the main WBO Beyblade Tournaments category.

View the Tournament Reports Sub-Forum Now

Also, please take a look at the Tournament Report Forum Guidelines.

To celebrate the addition of this forum, @[Mitsu] prepared a brand new tournament report for a recent event in Toronto just on time! Check his report for WELCOME TO A&C GAMES IV!

In the future we plan to take a look at other ways to promote tournament reports (or specific threads in general) in different ways like in a box along the side of the index, so please look forward to that!

Tournament reports don’t necessarily have to be extremely long and complex: even just a summary, a stream of photos, or some battle clips compiled into a thread is great! If you write a report, make sure you encourage everyone else who participated to post their thoughts as well.

We hope that with this update all Organizers and tournament players will feel more encouraged to dive into and discuss what’s happening at WBO events around the world and that it’ll ultimately bring us all just a little bit closer together.
March 2017 Beyblade Burst Giveaway:
B-73 Starter God Valkyrie .6V.Rb

BLADER PASSPORT HOLDERS ONLY


Beyblade Burst God is finally here, and to celebrate it's release, we're giving away a shiny new B-73 Starter God Valkyrie.6V.Rb! Pretty godly, right? If you're a Passport Holder, please post once in this thread to be entered in the March 2017 Beyblade Burst giveaway for a chance to win this new Booster! 

Remember, this giveaway is only open to Passport Holders. If you hold one of these, simply post in this thread once for a chance to win! If not, your post will unfortunately be deleted.

But that's not all! We'll even give the winner a Bit Booster of their choosing!
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER [Image: h9jFJhE.png]
.. or try one of our newer Bit Boosters!:
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

This Beyblade giveaway will run until March 31, 2017, 23:59:59 EST. Entries after that date/time will not be entered. The winners will be announced shortly after the closing date and will have their prize shipped to them free of charge!

Good luck everyone!
As a result of recent discussions over the past couple months, we have now implemented some important new ruling additions, updates, and clarifications to all WBO Organized Play rulebooks and the Organizers' Guide. View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here, and a summary of the changes below:


  • Round Result Clarifications: Bladers must now refrain from touching their Beyblades until the judge has announced the winner of the round. In Burst Format specifically, judges must inspect the winning Beyblade to ensure that it is not in a position where it has skipped all of its teeth and should have bursted. If this is the case the result of the round is reversed and the “losing” Beyblade is then considered the winner of that round.

    If it is found that a Layer has skipped all of its teeth and did not burst after the conclusion of a round, the player using that Layer must then replace it with another version of the same Layer. If the player cannot do this, they are given a match loss.

    This rule is being introduced primarily to combat the known issues with some Dark Deathscyther Layers (like B-61 blue/yellow D2s and the BG-05 red D2) and the new Mad Minoboros Layer, however the rulebooks do not explicitly mention these Layers because this rule is meant to be applied universally for the sake of consistency.

    Bladers and spectators must also refrain from announcing their own opinion after each round until the judge has rendered their decision.

  • Participant Capping Clarification: We have clarified in the Organizers' Guide that capping the number of participants on your event is not permitted for the sake of inclusiveness to all WBO members. This means that you may not intentionally host Club Format events currently. We will explore the possibility of allowing for Club Format events to be hosted intentionally in a limited number, so please stay tuned.

  • Tiebreak Battles and Credits Clarification: We clarified that the battles won and lost for tiebreak battles do not count towards the final overall record used when determining if a blader will receive the majority win Credit or not.

    This clarification is included in a rather extensive section we added to the Organizers’ Guide outlining the rules for Credits for Blader Rewards in WBO Organized Play events.

  • Club Format Victor Clarification: We added in clarification stating that the victor of a Club Format event in Unranked Round Robin Deck Format is determined by the final overall records at the end of the round robin. There is no finals technically speaking, unless there is a tie for the top spot at the end of the round robin (this also applies to the Winning Streak Format). See the descriptions below or the Organizers' Guide for more details.

  • Repeating Faces and Zero-G/Shogun Steel Chrome/Warrior Wheels in all Metal Fight Deck Formats: We clarified that using the same Regular Face or Stone Face multiple times within your Deck for all MFB Deck Formats (MFB, Limited, Zero-G) is OK. Metal Faces and Metal Stone Faces of all kinds may not be repeated. Zero-G/Shogun Steel Chrome/Warrior Wheels may be repeated, but within the same combo.



You can find the exact wording included in the rulebooks below:

All Rulebooks - Round Results Wrote:After each round, bladers must refrain from touching their Beyblade until the judge has announced the winner.

Both bladers and all spectators must also refrain from influencing the judge’s decision by announcing their own opinion before the judge has rendered theirs.

Burst Format Rulebook - Round Results Wrote:After each round, bladers must refrain from touching their Beyblade until the judge has announced the winner.

Judges must inspect the winning Beyblade to ensure that it is not in a position where it has skipped all of its teeth and should have bursted. If this is the case the result of the round is reversed and the “losing” Beyblade is then considered the winner for the round. If it is found that a Layer has skipped all of its teeth and did not burst after the conclusion of a round, the player using that Layer must then replace it with another version of the same Layer. If the player cannot do this, they are given a match loss instead of a round loss.

Both bladers and all spectators must also refrain from influencing the judges decision by announcing their own opinion before the judge has rendered theirs.

Organizers Guide - Participants Wrote:Most WBO formats require a minimum of eight participants. Before you schedule a tournament, you should have confirmed interest from at least eight people. However, if at least eight participants confirm, and then less than that show up, you can still host Club Format with between 4-7 participants. See the "Special Formats" section below for more details.

It is not permitted to place a cap on the number of participants in any event.

Organizers Guide - Club Format Wrote:In the event that less than eight players show up for an event, this format allows for groups of 4-7 Bladers to play in free-to-enter, unranked tournaments. Prize reimbursement is not provided for these events, but the winners of each event have an opportunity to earn a Credit and a series of special Club Format Bits.

Organizers Guide - Club Format Wrote:Unranked Winning Streak Format: Players line up and compete is single round BeyBattles (one at a time) for 20 minutes. After the first round (match up is determined by BeyRank as described below or randomly), the winner stays at the stadium, loser goes to the back of the line and the winner plays the next person in line. 30 seconds maximum for both players to choose combinations before each round. At the end of the 20 minutes, the player with the most round wins is the victor. If there is a tie, a final playoff tiebreak match (best 3 of 5 using standard WBO tournament match rules) will be played to determine the victor.

Unranked Round Robin Deck Format: Each player in the event plays each other once using the regular Deck Format rules specified here in the Organizers’ Guide. At the end of the round robin, the player with the best overall record is the victor. If there is a tie, a final playoff tiebreak match (using standard Deck Format rules) will be played to determine the victor.

Organizers Guide - Credits Wrote:Credits are our way of rewarding Bladers for participating in or hosting WBO sanctioned events in their communities. Bladers can trade their credits in for various rewards, like Bit Boosters and physical Beyblade prizes!

Earning Credits
There are currently six ways to earn credits from an event:

[SEE CHART IN ORGANIZERS’ GUIDE]

Weekly Credit Limit
Bladers can only earn a maximum of eight credits per week. Any credits earned above that will not be counted. This restriction may be lifted during special events, such as BeyDays.

Tiebreak Battles & Credits
Battles won or lost during tiebreak battles do not count towards the final record used to determine eligibility for the Majority Win Credit.

Credits are added manually by the WBO Committee when a tournament is processed, so if a blader is missing a few earned credits from an unprocessed event, don’t worry, they’ll be awarded soon!

Please check the BeyPoint Queue if you are unsure whether or not a tournament has been processed.

Awarding Credits in the Spreadsheet
As an organizer, you are expected to list each participant’s earned credits in your Tournament Results Submission Sheet. Please ensure that you are listing each individual condition met within the sheet, and totalling the number of credits next to that list.

An example of a completed entry can be seen below:

[SEE EXAMPLE IN ORGANIZERS’ GUIDE]

Redeeming Credits for Bits & Prizes
Credits can be redeemed for both physical prizes and Bit Boosters. Bladers can redeem their credits by contacting a WBO Committee member with their choice of prize from the Blader Rewards list, alongside their name, address, and phone number. If requesting a Bit Booster, just send your Bit Booster choice.

Please ensure you have enough credits for the prize you are requesting by checking the number in your profile.

Metal Fight & Zero-G Format Rulebooks - Deck Format Wrote:During deck building, you build up to 3 Beyblades with no repeated parts that will make up your deck. Zero-G/Shogun Steel Chrome/Warrior Wheels are exempt from this rule and may be repeated within the same combo. Regular Faces and Stone Faces are also exempt from this rule in general.

View all WBO Organized Play Rules & Resources here

Thank you to everyone for your continued support of WBO Organized Play! We appreciate any and all feedback and are always looking to improve and clarify things where possible.

Feedback?
If you have any feedback on these particular changes, or any questions or suggestions for further adjustments or additions, please post your thoughts in the WBO Organized Play Rules thread.
February 2017 Beyblade Burst Giveaway:
B-71 Booster Acid Anubis.Y.O

BLADER PASSPORT HOLDERS ONLY


After months of waiting, B-71 Booster Acid Anubis.Y.O has finally arrived, and what better way to celebrate the final Dual Layer release than to give you a chance to win one! If you're a Passport Holder, please post once in this thread to be entered in the February 2017 Beyblade Burst giveaway for a chance to win this new Booster! 

Remember, this giveaway is only open to Passport Holders. If you hold one of these, simply post in this thread once for a chance to win! If not, your post will unfortunately be deleted.

But that's not all! We'll even give the winner a Bit Booster of their choosing!
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER [Image: h9jFJhE.png]
.. or try one of our newer Bit Boosters!:
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

This Beyblade giveaway will run until February 28, 2017, 11:59:59 EST. Entries after that date/time will not be entered. The winners will be announced shortly after the closing date and will have their prize shipped to them free of charge!

Good luck everyone!
It looks like we do have the worst marketing team in both of the biggest Beyblade companies, because we just now learn that a white recolour of the Burst version of Dragoon Storm Wing Xtreme will be released as a wbba.-store exclusive on March 4th!





The box will feature an old picture of Takao, like Dranzer S's box did but with Kai. It will just be a Booster, therefore you still need Lost Longinus's BeyLauncher L to be able to launch it.

[Image: Burst_Dragoon_Swhite_boxsmall.jpg]

[Image: Burst_Dragoon_Swhite_video.jpg]
After much deliberation sorting through all those Beyblade Wiki drafts (thanks again so much!) and much time spent reading and replying to all those private messages, the results are finally ready!


But first, let's see what the answers to those damn questions were!

  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Which Face Contest received the lowest number of entries? Face Contest: MFB Opening Karaoke
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Which Face Contest received the most entries? Face Contest: Design a Metal Fight Beyblade... again!
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Name at least 4 entities we collaborated with in the past 8 years. Many, many options, but the best ones are: EARTHBEND, Rising Stars Games, Toywiz, conventions, etc. People such as Zankye, dimsum2u, etc. were accepted.
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Name all sprites we used as forum icons.  Pegasis and Big Bang Pegasis.
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: What is many Bladers' favorite song for Beyblade AMVs? EARTHBEND's "Too Many Stars". Oddly, nobody got this question right, even though some of you named EARTHBEND as an entity and even when I specified that it had to be a fact found on worldbeyblade.org, as the task mentioned.
  • Find the fact on the WBO's Instagram account: Which of our Instagram posts has the most likes? The gold Dragoon S Burst Ver. scans, with over 140 likes.
    Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Whose writing was the color of Yggdrasil? Takeru, who wrote in green.
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: What had Anubis gifted Bey Brad? The Carbon Tempst, a very cool custom grip.
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Who built a real-life Cyber Dranzer? Trick question since we wanted all names, which are, as far as we know: dio, Captain Chris and Cannon.
  • Find the fact on Beyblade Wiki: Which three articles were the most visited in November 2016? Gingka Hagane, Ryuga and Kai Hiwatari.
  • Find the fact on Beyblade Wiki: What is Kai and Dranzer's unlucky number in the anime? Officially 48, but some people pointed out 49 too, so we accepted both.
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Who created Beyblade? Osamu Mashimo.
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: This composer for Bakuten Shoot Beyblade also worked on an infamous Japanese RPG. Yoshihisa Hirano.
  • Find the fact on worldbeyblade.org: Which WBO Committee member has been on the team the longest? Kei... and Blader DJ?! Kei alone was accepted too hah.
  • Find the fact on Beyblade Wiki: As of November 2016, what single letters are yet to be used for Forge Discs? E,Q,X,Y,Z
  • Find the fact on Takafumi Adachi's websites: When did Metal Fight Beyblade author Takafumi Adachi switch to illustrating digitally? When he started drawing Zero-G.
  • Find the fact on Takafumi Adachi's websites: When asked the question “Is Ryuuga alive or dead?” by fans, how did Metal Fight Beyblade author Takafumi Adachi respond? He actually answered that question twice, differently, so we accepted both "It looked like it", "In the manga he is still alive", "I don't know", etc.
  • Find the fact on Takafumi Adachi's websites: Which Metal Fight Beyblade characters did author Takafumi Adachi say were his favorite to draw? Ginga, Kyouya and Ryuuga
 


We're hoping that not too many of you are biting your fingers from how close you could have been to getting those answers right. At least, now you have got a full year to discover some old, classic topics and posts as well as get familiar with Beyblade Wiki and all of our assets. You know how it works now!


That's not to say that you all missed out on some opportunities for points though. Many of you did a great job and accumulated a lot of points, enough for the following Bit Booster prizes!



Prizes
 
These Bit Boosters cost 5 points each.
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER [Image: faceboosterdriver.png]
 
 
And you can get the following for 7 points each:
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: Bit-Booster-Azurite.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: Bit-Booster-Garnet-2.png]
 

Finally, you can get the exclusive Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]  in exchange for 8 points:
 
[Image: wbbaldragoface.png] [Image: wbbacaesarface.png] [Image: corodragonface.png] [Image: poseidonface.png] [Image: samuraipegasiswboface.png]
 
 
 
Additionally, all of those with at least 3 points will automatically get the Anniversary Bit 2016, which will randomly be either the Taka or the Fumi version!
 
[Image: Anniversary-Bit-2016-Taka-Ver.png] [Image: Anniversary-Bit-2016-Fumi-Ver.png]
 
 
 
 

Results
 

Those who will be able to redeem their points for the glorious Bit Boosters above are...

Alex Mercer : 27
Ryuk_Shinigami : 24
BriskAquarioHD : 26
HarryAlchemist : 21
Roux : 20
SharinganBlader : 19
Naru Blader : 18
Manicben : 17
Jksiddh : 16
SUGOI-KONICHEWA : 15
Maximum Dranzer : 14
UGottaCetus : 13
Achi-baba : 10
Stormscorpio1 : 7
Top beyblader10 : 7
Chrisnemisis : 7
The Real Libra : 6
Hato : 6


To claim your Bit Booster, just reply in this topic and eventually the BeyGods will smile upon you and we will reveal which Bits you've won!
 


And now, for the big big winners of this Scavenger Hunt...
 
 
[Image: ViraYAp.png]
 
In 8th Place, winning a B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4 + free Bit Booster
 
...

Oi Shinji with 29 points!





[Image: 80RhGyQ.jpg] [Image: ViraYAp.png]
 
In 6th & 7th Places, winning Booster Dranzer S.S.T + B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4 + free Bit Booster
 
...

Arijit Sarkar with 33 points and @[Ninja Blader] with 32 points!





[Image: qYVXevl.png] [Image: ViraYAp.png]
 
In 5th Place, winning B-66 Starter Lost Longinus.N.Sp + B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4 + free Bit Booster
 
...

FIREFIRE CPB with 37 points!





[Image: 0I8OkRB.png] [Image: ViraYAp.png]
 
In 3rd & 4th Places, winning Booster Dragoon S.W.X Gold Aniki Ver. + B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4 + free Bit Booster
 
...

Wombat with 55 points and @[AaryanBITW] with 45 points!





[Image: Oo07PQy.png] [Image: ViraYAp.png]
 
In 2nd Place, Gold God Bey Zillion Zeus.M.V + B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4 + free Bit Booster
 
...

ashton pinto with 74 points!!






[Image: Tris_Retirement_Set2.jpg] [Image: ViraYAp.png] [Image: B_000019.png]
 
In 1st Place, winning Tri's MFB Collection + B-61 Random Booster Vol. 4 + B-15 Random Booster Vol. 1 Full Set + free Bit Booster
 
...

...

...

Jimmyjazz39 with 77 points!!!





Congratulations to all of you for yet another awesome Scavenger Hunt this year! It was a very tight race until the very end, but ultimately we hope that you had fun!

As always, to claim your prizes, send a private message to Kei with what you won as well as your shipping address.




Happy WBO Anniversary again!
January 2017 Beyblade Burst Giveaway:
B-69 Booster Jail Jormungand.I.Cy

BLADER PASSPORT HOLDERS ONLY


The exciting new Booster–B-69 Booster Jail Jormungand.I.Cy–with the re-released version of the rare Jail Jormungand Layer and brand new Cycle Driver was just released and we would like to give you a chance to win one! If you're a Passport Holder, please post once in this thread to be entered in the January 2017 Beyblade Burst giveaway for a chance to win this new Booster! 

Remember, this giveaway is only open to Passport Holders. If you hold one of these, simply post in this thread once for a chance to win! If not, your post will unfortunately be deleted.

The fun doesn’t just stop there, the winner can also claim one Bit Booster of their choice:
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
.. or try your luck with our new selection of Bit Boosters!:
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

This Beyblade giveaway will run for 10 days until January 31 2017, 11:59:59 EST. Entries after that date/time will not be entered. The winners will be announced shortly after the closing date and will have their prize shipped to them free of charge!

Good luck everybody!
December 2016 Beyblade Burst Giveaway:
Dragoon S CoroCoro Aniki Ver. & B-66 Starter Lost Longinus .N.Sp

BLADER PASSPORT HOLDERS ONLY


Happy Anniversary World Bladers!

Continuing on from the amazing anniversary celebrations, we’re giving three of you lucky Passport Holders a chance to win some new Burst releases! One of you lucky members will receive the coveted Dragoon S CoroCoro Aniki Ver., and two runner-ups will receive the slick B-66 Starter Lost Longinus .N.Sp! Three prizes? Wow!  

Remember, this giveaway is only open to Passport Holders. If you hold one of these, simply post in this thread once for a chance to win! If not, your post will unfortunately be deleted.

The fun doesn’t just stop there, the winners can also claim one Bit Booster of their choice:
  • Bit Booster RED [Image: faceboosterred.png]
  • Bit Booster BLUE [Image: faceboosterblue.png]
  • Bit Booster GREEN [Image: faceboostergreen.png]
  • Bit Booster ORANGE [Image: faceboosterorange.png]
  • Bit Booster YELLOW [Image: FaceBoosterIconYellow.png]
  • Bit Booster PURPLE [Image: FaceBoosterIconPurple.png]
  • Bit Booster CRIMSON [Image: faceboostercrimson.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURE [Image: faceboosterazure.png]
  • Bit Booster AMBER [Image: faceboosteramber.png]
  • Bit Booster VIOLET [Image: faceboosterviolet.png]
  • Bit Booster JADE [Image: faceboosterjade.png]
  • Bit Booster JET [Image: faceboosterjet.png]
  • Bit Booster VIVID [Image: faceboostervivid.png]
  • Bit Booster AMETHYST [Image: Face_Booster_AMETHYST.png]
  • Bit Booster SAPPHIRE [Image: Face_Booster_SAPPHIRE.png]
  • Bit Booster EMERALD [Image: Face_Booster_EMERALD.png]
  • Bit Booster RUBY [Image: Face_Booster_RUBY.png]
  • Bit Booster ONYX [Image: Face_Booster_ONYX.png]
  • Bit Booster DRIVER[Image: h9jFJhE.png]
.. or try your luck with our new selection of Bit Boosters!:
  • Bit Booster GENERATIONS Vol.1 [Image: TAFQJN6.png]
  • Bit Booster GARNET [Image: TPWnL0l.png]
  • Bit Booster AZURITE [Image: btnxiVU.png]

This Beyblade giveaway will run for an extended period until January 1 2017, 11:59:59 EST. Entries after that date/time will not be entered. The winners will be announced shortly after the closing date and will have their prize shipped to them free of charge!


Good luck everybody!
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