Yeah, no video yesterday, didn’t have internet. Anyway, here’s part three, in which we watch 10bBistool face off against Driger G Uncustomized (more on that after the break) and a Driger S Compact – something it’s supposed to beat! Will 10bBistool finally win a match, having come so close last episode? What? If I told you it’d spoil the video, why are you even asking? Exactly! Video after the break!
Okay, so I guess I’ll ramble some more about Driger G, seeing as I didn’t really explain it that well in the video. Driger G is a great out of the box purchase if you’re on a tight budget. The big issue is that it generally doesn’t come with a ripcord and launcher. MFB LL1 Ripcords are only slightly shorter than dragon winders (as in, one to three teeth, I forget the number, but it’s really inconsequential). As for launchers, that’s the hard part, but many plastic bladers will have extra.
Anyway, the AR’s low reach compensates for the EG’s height, and it’s a reasonably aggressive tip (though Gaia Dragoon G’s EG is better). 10 balance is a decent WD though 10 Wide would do better. Nonetheless, compared to most out of the box beys, and everything in its price range it’s amazing, and the AR is one of the best ever made (and the WD is handy too). It’s still an uncustomized beyblade so it isn’t exactly a beast but it’s great value for money.
Anyway you all know what 10bBistool is by now so I won’t go over that.
Again, if you want to know what beyblade a part comes from, use the search function of your browser on the BeyWiki Beyblade Parts List, which I’ve recently updated and corrected: http://wiki.worldbeyblade.org/index.php/Beyblade_Parts_List
10bBistool Vs Driger G
AR: Triple Tiger
WD: 10 Balance
SG: Right EG (Metal Semi Flat)
BB: First Clutch Base (Driger G Version)
Concept: Value for money, good first beyblade, though you’ll need to get a ripcord and launcher. AR is excellent, WD is handy.
10bBistool vs Driger S Compact
Driger S Compact:
AR: Tiger Defenser
WD: 10 Heavy
SG: Neo Right SG (Heavy Metal Core)
BB: Metal Change Base
Concept: Compact, all around good performance and reliability. Launched with a sliding shot to take advantage of Metal Change tips ability to change between stamina and attack for a good balance of both. Metal Change rewards knowledge and skilful launching and is the key in this battle.
NOTE: In this battle I stated I was launching the compact as to give it the best chance of winning. To clarify, I am launching it as it should be launched in a competitive situation against 10bBistool, not giving it an unfair advantage, that would undermine the entire video and just be disgusting behaviour overall.
Anyway, Metal Change Base is harder to use than other compact base options but it rewards skill. Beywiki currently says SG Semi Flat is usually preferred – it could be preferred if you like uneccessary losses and using second tier parts instead of top tier parts like a fool but okay.
We’ll look at the other two top tier compact bases in a later video, too.
Anyway yeah, I hope people are enjoying these :)