If you love the game of Beyblades and you must know that it is inspired by a Japanese anime franchise named 'Beyblades.' In this anime series, the story revolves around the players who use their Beyblades to battle with each other. It is surprisingly a very engaging anime series. Thus, seeing the popularity of the series, the spinning-top toys developed by Takara were released in Japan in July 1999, along with its debut series.
This famous anime series released many successful seasons, and its success led to an increase in the sale of Beyblade metal masters online. There are many interesting facts about this series that only die-hard fans would know.
The' Beyblade' series is not just about seeing two spinning tops bumping into each other. There are also spirits or avatars residing in the Beyblades, and they battle with one another.
These spirits boost up the intensity of the entire anime and make viewers curious about what super-power the spirit has.
- 'Ray Kon' always lost the first Match.
Ray Kon is the main team member of the team "Bladebreakers' and his spinning top had the spirit animal, a white tiger, known as Driger. He was Beyblade metal masters and performed well, and had a lot of winning under his belt. However, he lost his first match of the season.
- Aiger Broke the Tradition
The cast was changed in every season, but in all this, the series managed to keep one thing common for all protagonists that they used the attacker type Beyblade.
However, this changed when the main lead of 'Beyblade Burst Turbo,' Aiger Akabane, broke the tread using the balance type Beyblade. Aiger is also one of the most famous protagonists of the anime series.
- Max Tate's Weird Eating Habits
In the entire series of 'Beyblades,' there was only one American, Max Tate, with blond hair. He was a member of the 'blade breakers' team. He was the owner of spirit Draciel and had a very easy-going and cheerful personality.
However, he had a very weird obsession with noodles and mustard. He ate the noodles by adding mustard to them and encouraged others to try it out.
- Bit-Beast is inspired by Chinese Mythology
As I have already told you, the spinning tops consisted of the spirits or, as they were called in the series 'Bit-Beasts.' It consisted of a dragon called Dragoon, a phoenix named Dranzer, a tiger known as Driger, and a turtle called Draciel. However, these dragons were highly inspired by Chinese mythology.
The Bladebreakers Bit-Beasts are based on the four symbols in the Chinese conversations, consisting of an azure dragon, a white tiger, a red bird, and a black tortoise, that were said to be guardians of the world.
So, these were the top 5 fun facts about the Beyblades anime series what is even more fun than you can purchase these spinning toys and experience the world of Beyblades battles!