Brave (Ring)

WEIGHT : Approx. 12,2 g
Release Date : April 25th, 2020

Description of the Brave Ring

First released with the B-163 Brave Valkyrie Evolution’ 2A Booster as part of the Superking Layer system on April 25th, 2020, Brave is a right-spin attack type Ring.

Brave has three large wings acting as the main contact points. Rubber is used to cover the gaps between each contact points, and also covers a very small part of each wing.

According to Takara Tomy, the rubber’s elasticity is meant to trigger “Bound Attacks”, a gimmick previously used on God Valkyrie, from the God Layer system. Rubber could also create “Bound Defense”, a gimmick previously used on Screw Trident, also from the God Layer system. While these gimmicks could work in theory, the rubber used on this Ring is too hard to absorb and repel opposing Beyblade attacks.

Furthermore, rubber only covers a small part of the wings, which means it does not cover contact points completely. While the three wings are large, the actual contact points are not very aggressive, not protruding enough to create high recoil and very powerful strikes.

The result is a Ring with decent attack potential, especially when combined with the 2A Chassis, whose design lines up perfectly with the Brave Ring shape. Furthermore, it has decent stamina potential and high burst resistance, making it a fairly versatile option. While this Ring does not have top tier attack potential, it is decent enough to work well in a good variety of match-ups. Moreover, its high burst resistance allows players to launch a Brave combo with force.

Final Thoughts on Brave Ring

Overall, Brave Ring has decent attack potential, making it a nice right-spin attack type option, albeit not top tier. Its overall performances are improved when combined with the 2A Chassis.

Therefore, this Ring is not a must have, but it remains a decent alternative in right-spin attack type combinations.

List of Beyblade Burst Products

You can find the Brave Ring in the following products :


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