History Anime / MetalFightBeyblade

9th Jun '16 11:55:55 PM gewunomox
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* {{Phoenix}} One mysterious character is named Phoenix, who uses a Phoenix beyblade. [[spoiler: He's also Ginga's NotQuiteDead father!]]

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* {{Phoenix}} ThePhoenix One mysterious character is named Phoenix, who uses a Phoenix beyblade. [[spoiler: He's also Ginga's NotQuiteDead father!]]
16th Jan '16 1:36:23 PM Anddrix
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* ViewersAreMorons: Apparently, Nelvana still thinks viewers don't understand Japan enough to pronounce certain names correctly, hence we have "JIHN-ga" (not to mention a "k" added to his name, becoming "Gingka"), and "Rye-OO-ga".
** Really? Because this viewer thought that "''Rye''-OO-ga" was the perfect name for a blader with ''Lightning'' L. Drago. An unintentional BilingualPun?
** Also, while the North American toys have the Japanese spellings of the characters and Beyblades, Hasbro seems to figure that since most "Americans" can't make heads or tails of Japanese anyway, they probably won't notice the [[GratuitousJapanese Japanese rendering]] of "RETTO ITTO RIPPU" ("Let it rip"), which is only used in North America. In Japan, they say "Go shoot" when they want to start a Bey battle. They even have the "Gasher" Beyblade rendered as "Gasshah"; it's known as "Cancer" (as in the crab constellation) in Japan.
4th Jan '16 7:29:39 AM SeptimusHeap
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* GratuitousJapanese: The NA toys hope you'll "RETTO ITTO RIPPU!" (In Japan, as with the [[{{Beyblade}} previous incarnation]], the phrase for starting a battle is "Go Shoot!"). [[DudeNotFunny Not funny]], Hasbro.

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* GratuitousJapanese: The NA toys hope you'll "RETTO ITTO RIPPU!" (In Japan, as with the [[{{Beyblade}} [[Anime/{{Beyblade}} previous incarnation]], the phrase for starting a battle is "Go Shoot!"). [[DudeNotFunny Not funny]], Hasbro.
4th Jan '16 7:22:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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''Metal Fight Beyblade'' (known in the West as ''Beyblade: Metal Fusion'') is a SpinOff of the ''{{Beyblade}}'' franchise and co-produced by the company that dubs it, Nelvana. It's the story of Ginga Hagane, an apparent drifter with no home. One day, he rescues a boy named Kenta Yumiya from some members of the Face Hunters gang and the pair bond under the stars. The next day, Ginga's cornered by the entire Face Hunters gang and defeats them all. Then he has to go up against their leader Kyoya Tategami...

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''Metal Fight Beyblade'' (known in the West as ''Beyblade: Metal Fusion'') is a SpinOff of the ''{{Beyblade}}'' ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'' franchise and co-produced by the company that dubs it, Nelvana. It's the story of Ginga Hagane, an apparent drifter with no home. One day, he rescues a boy named Kenta Yumiya from some members of the Face Hunters gang and the pair bond under the stars. The next day, Ginga's cornered by the entire Face Hunters gang and defeats them all. Then he has to go up against their leader Kyoya Tategami...
14th Sep '15 12:16:13 PM Willbyr
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29th Jun '15 12:39:47 PM DanGanGalaxy
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* YouFailPhysicsForever: Specifically, in the episode "Shine, Virgo!", they say that dancers put their arms out to go faster. In all actuality, you pull ''in'' to go faster. Try it with a simple rolling chair, or even spin around your room. You get the opposite effect by pushing out.

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* YouFailPhysicsForever: Specifically, in the episode "Shine, Virgo!", they say that dancers put their arms out to go faster. In all actuality, you pull ''in'' to go faster. Try it with a simple rolling chair, or even spin around your room. You get the opposite effect by pushing out. This is actually shown with the Bey Jade Jupiter.
4th Sep '14 8:36:57 AM MajinAkuma
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Kyoya is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Sai]], Blader DJ is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Sasuke]], Ryuga is [[Anime/YuGiOh Seto Kaiba]], Phoenix/[[spoiler:Ginga's dad]] is [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Aizen]] and Doji is......well, [[TakehitoKoyasu look for yourself.]]
** Tobio is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Gaara]], Tsubasa is [[SpiritedAway Haku]], Hyoma is [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Simon]], Kenta is [[Manga/SoulEater Blair]], Benkei is [[Anime/DigimonFrontier Dynasmon]], Yu is [[Anime/CodeGeass Nunnally]], Masamune is [[EurekaSeven Renton]], Busujima is [[Manga/DragonBall Trunks]], Reiji is [[WitchHunterRobin Robin]], and Dan & Reiki are [[MahouSenseiNegima Negi]]
** In a rather disturbing twist of fate, Yu Tendou is [[WesternAnimation.WaysideSchool Maurecia]]. I wish I was kidding.
** It's quite unsettling to watch the English dub if the voices of BakuganBattleBrawlers characters are imbedded to your head...
*** And then most of the female beybladers are also quite well known, namely Creator/MaiNakahara, Creator/MarinaInoue, Creator/EriKitamura,
** The dub also has some veterans of the older Beyblade seasons, such as Brooklyn, Mathilda, Fernando/Kevin/Michael, Mariah, Kai, and even Mr. Dickenson
** Ginga is [[SamAndMax Max.]] and Watarigani is [[TotalDramaIsland Owen.]]
18th Aug '14 2:44:47 PM rexpensive
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* FiveManBand
** In ''Fusion'':
*** Ginga: TheHero
*** Kyoya: TheRival, TheLancer
*** Benkei: TheBigGuy
*** Kenta: CheerfulChild / KidSidekick
*** Madoka: A combination of TheChick, TheMedic, and TheSmartGuy.
*** Tsubasa: SixthRanger
** In ''Masters'':
*** Ginga: TheHero
*** Masamune: TheLancer
*** Tsubasa: TheBigGuy
*** Yu: TheSmartGuy and TagAlongKid
*** Madoka: TheChick and TheMedic
30th Apr '14 11:36:54 AM Ntroper
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* SoLastSeason: The WD performance tip Tsubasa's Earth Aquila possessed in the first season was hyped as the ultimate performance tip and the rarest there was, with Tsubasa being the only one possessing it. It held true for the entirety of the first season and gave Tsubasa his own gimmick along with his refined technique. Then from the second season ownwards Alexei's Burn Wolf, Julian's Gravity Perseus, Zeo's Flame Byxis, Motti's Flame Cancer, Kenta's Flash Saggitario and Da Xian's Rock Zurafa all have the same WD performance tip. And then there's Jack's EWD performance tip, Kyoya's Fang Leone's W2D performance tip...WD isn't as unique now.

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* SoLastSeason: The WD performance tip Tsubasa's Earth Aquila possessed in the first season was hyped as the ultimate performance tip and the rarest there was, with Tsubasa being the only one possessing it. It held true for the entirety of the first season and gave Tsubasa his own gimmick along with his refined technique. Then from the second season ownwards Alexei's Burn Wolf, Julian's Gravity Perseus, Zeo's Flame Byxis, Motti's Flame Cancer, Cancer and Kenta's Flash Saggitario and Da Xian's Rock Zurafa all have the same WD performance tip. And then there's Jack's EWD performance tip, Kyoya's Fang Leone's W2D performance tip...WD isn't as unique now.
29th Apr '14 7:14:48 PM Ntroper
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* SoLastSeason: The WD performance tip Tsubasa's Earth Aquila possessed in the first season was hyped as the ultimate performance tip and the rarest there was, with Tsubasa being the only one possessing it. It held true for the entirety of the first season and gave Tsubasa his own gimmick along with his refined technique. Then from the second season ownwards Alexei's Burn Wolf, Julian's Gravity Perseus, Zeo's Flame Byxis, Motti's Flame Cancer, Kenta's Flash Saggitario and Da Xian's Rock Zurafa all have the same WD performance tip. And then there's Jack's EWD performance tip, Kyoya's Fang Leone's W
D performance tip...WD isn't as unique now.

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* SoLastSeason: The WD performance tip Tsubasa's Earth Aquila possessed in the first season was hyped as the ultimate performance tip and the rarest there was, with Tsubasa being the only one possessing it. It held true for the entirety of the first season and gave Tsubasa his own gimmick along with his refined technique. Then from the second season ownwards Alexei's Burn Wolf, Julian's Gravity Perseus, Zeo's Flame Byxis, Motti's Flame Cancer, Kenta's Flash Saggitario and Da Xian's Rock Zurafa all have the same WD performance tip. And then there's Jack's EWD performance tip, Kyoya's Fang Leone's W
D
W2D performance tip...WD isn't as unique now.
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