The Face depicts Gemini, the third astrological sign in the Zodiac. The face itself depicts 2 spirits (fire and ice). It looks a bit like Ying and Yang. The face is manufactured with the Pre-HWS design printed on, and a new, more colorful version can be added with one of the 2 Gemios Face Stickers in the Hybrid Wheel Reshuffle Set Attack and Balance type. Each one shows a number (blue is 1, red is 2)
Energy Ring: Gemios
Gemios follows the same aesthetic principles as the Gemios Metal Wheel, and Killer, with a similar two-winged design. It is the lightest Clear Wheel available, however, it can be used in Stamina combos with a heavier track too.
Fusion Wheel: Evil
Evil (or Killer in Japan) has a textured, bumpy, two-winged design that ends in two rounded edges. However, unlike its predecessor, it is considerably thinner, even with a smaller amount of metal dropping below the base of the Fusion Wheel. Being so thin, the edges of each wing do not apply as much force as those of the Gemios Fusion Wheel; as a result, Evil loses any of the potential Smash Attack the first incarnation had.
Being so thin negates any possible defensive qualities, and though it may seem suited for Stamina, it preforms poorly compared to the top-tier Stamina Fusion Wheels such as Virgo, Burn, Flame, and Earth. Although this Fusion Wheel is extremely outclassed, it does show promise for Barrage Attacks and can be put in destabilizer combos, it is slightly better than Dark in terms of stamina.
Spin Track: Down Force 145
DF145 has four upward wings protruding from the top of the Track, which aside from giving it extra weight, are meant to push air downwards. It is now outclassed for use in Stamina combinations, instead, Tracks such as AD145, 145, 100, 90, and even 85 are used but is a good spin track.
Performance Tip: Flat Sharp
FS has a flat tip with a small, spike tip in the center. As a result, when launched at a straight angle, the Beyblade spins with very little movement. However, when tilted, either from the contact of an opposing Beyblade or from the launch, the Bottom moves in an offensive pattern. However, it suffers from the same problems as other Balance Bottoms, in that the two qualities are compromised, resulting in mediocre performance in both fields. When eroded, however, it will act like a defense tip, with hardly no 'attack mode' at all.
Evil Gemios CH120HF/S may seem to be a more appropriate combination for this Beyblade, for it gives it the option to actually switch from Attack (CH120HF) to Stamina (CH145S) like it does in the anime.
If you used DF145 in left spin mode, then it will have a slightly different effect.
Evil Gemios is the only Beyblade to have the same bottom parts as its Metal System predecessor, Gemios DF145FS.
Evil Gemios is the only shared Beyblade. It is shared by Dan Sodo and Reiki Sodo, twin brothers.
Evil Gemios has the same DF145FS combo as Dark Wolf.
Evil Gemios was re-released in Beyblade: Metal Masters' red Beylocker.
In the anime it is similar to Dark Wolf while spinning.
It is the first Bey to have the Evil fusion wheel. The second being Evil Befall. The Evil Fusion Wheel for Befall is slightly thinner than that of Gemios.
The evil fusion wheel slightly resembles the gemios face bolt design, which was the first kind of beyblade to feature this fusion wheel.
Although this bey is a Balance Type, it is listed as a Defense Type on BeybladeBattles.com.