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Diablo Nemesis X:D

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Diablo Nemesis X:D
Face Bolt: Nemesis
Energy Ring: Nemesis
Fusion Wheel: Diablo
4D Bottom: X Drive (X:D)

Diablo Nemesis X:D
Beyblade Details
Type Balance[[File:Example.jpg]]
Release Dates & Price
Country Release Date Price
JapanFlag Japan
UnitedStatesFlag United States January 2013
International Names
Language Name
JapanFlag Japanese (Kanji)
JapanFlag Japanese (Romaji)
UnitedStatesFlag English Diablo Nemesis X:D
Product Codes
Manufacturer Product Code
Takara Tomy

Diablo Nemesis X:D
Anime & Manga Information
Owner Rago
Anime Debut Beyblade: Metal Fury - Episode 38
Manga Debut

Diablo Nemesis X:D
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  • Diablo is Spanish for "devil".
  • The dragon featured on the Nemesis 4D Energy Ring might be a homage to the mythical Greek symbol, "Ouroboros", which was of a dragon swallowing its own tail.
  • S²D (Stern Semi Defense) is quite fitting as stern is another name for Nemesis in German astrology and in English astrology, the definition of Stern is "hypothetical star", also known as Nemesis.
  • Although illegal, Twisted, Duo, Crash, and in some conditions Vulcan can be placed on Diablo.
  • You can only use Ultimate Balance Mode with X:D.
  • Hasbro has changed all the colors on this Beyblade, so it doesn't look menacing overall.
  • When launched in Ultimate Balance Mode, the Hasbro mold loses a large amount of stamina, as the metal frame slips more than on the Takara Tomy mold.
  • Diablo Nemesis X:D can also fit a Shield 130 spin track.

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