The Face Bolt depicts Draco, one of the 88 constellations in space. The design is similar to Meteo L-Drago's Face Bolt with the difference being a lighter blue hue. It also makes L-Drago show both of its hands to make it look more ferocious. The dragon is also more detailed than the other L-Drago Face Bolts.
Energy Ring: L-Drago III
Weight: 28.7 grams
L-DragoIII is made completely out of metal and highly resembles the L-Drago I Energy Ring in that it features three dragon heads going in a circular motion. L-Drago III can also be rotated 180 degrees just like the previous L-Drago Energy Rings, in order to change between two modes, "Attack Mode" and "Absorb Mode". Unlike the other L-Drago Energy Rings L-Drago III is much wider. It is also much more lighter than the L-Drago Destroy Metal Frame, and features printed decals rather than stickers
Fusion Wheel: Destroy
Weight: 5.8 grams
The Core has six protrusions going around in a circular manner. Being made of rubber, it is used to absorb hits and obtain more Stamina, as well as providing extra weight. Unlike Takara Tomy's version which has red rubber, the entire core is blue. The rubber is softer than the Takara Tomy version, which gives it greater spin steal other beys abilities.It also has a little bit of plastic
Spin Track: Left Wing 105 (LW105)
Weight: 1.5 grams
LW105 has 3 small wings protruding from its circumference opposite to W105 which has 2 wings facing to the right. These are facing diagonally downwards in the left spin direction, in order to stabilize the Beyblade in which it is being used. However, this effect remains negligible, and LW105 has found no competitive usage, a part from being used as a regular 105 Track. It is the opposite of W105. It is grey in color.
Attack: 1 - Defense: 1 - Stamina: 0
Performance Tip: Left Flat (LF)
Weight: 0.71 grams
LF is a mirrored version of R2F, however is made completely out of plastic. Due to the nature of rubber Bottoms, R2F is tall relative to plastic Bottoms, and consequently, so is LF. Its rubber counterpart is LRF. LF appears to be a Flat Bottom with 6 equal protrusions facing the counter-clockwise direction (when viewed on an upright Beyblade). LF is a tip for left spinning Beys due to its highly aggressive movement. When comes in contact with the ridge of the stadium it starts to move around very fast. It usually ends up losing if it goes crazy. LF also makes quite a lot of noise due to its plastic protrusions. Like all Flat plastic Performance Tips, it fails to fully retain a flower-like pattern when used with the Sliding Shoot. As a result it has found recreational use for players who wish to have a more controllable Bottom than RF/R2F/LRF with increased Stamina. LF can still be used for Right Spin Beyblades. This tip is currently outclassed in the metagame, also it is grey in color. Though HF/S is preferred, because it is like F:S, just has to be manually switched.
L-Drago actually has a Energy Ring design because of Hasbro not putting stickers, other than the Takara Tomy and Sonokong ones, where you had to put the stickers on the 4D System Version's Metal Frame.
Destructor is the first Energy Ring made of metal. The second being Proto Nemesis AD145D.
The L-Drago III Fusion Wheel is compatible with the L-Drago II Energy Ring and its variants (Absorb, Assault, and Rush). Doing so creates an incredibly light build.
However, the underside of the Destructor Energy Ring prevents if from being used with anything other than L-Drago III, since it is technically a 4D Metal Frame/Core set. Therefore, any combination of Destructor or L-Drago with parts other than each other is illegal.
L-Drago III is currently the 2nd lightest Fusion Wheel, after Cloud/Torch.
L-Drago Destructor can be considered a 4D Beyblade, seeing as the 4D Fusion Wheel with a Metal Frame and Core, and the Energy Ring is made of metal (Metal Frame) and the Fusion Wheel is made of rubber and plastic (Core).
It was originally thought that the L-Drago III core would be made entirely of plastic. However, the rubber on this core is actually softer than the rubber on Takara Tomy's L-Drago Destroy core, therefore allowing better spin-stealing capabilities.
L-Drago Destructor has high Attack power, but has very low Defense and almost no Stamina. Use in stadiums with penalty pockets is not recommended.
This version of L-Drago Destructor is lighter than the one released with L-Drago Destructor F:S due to Hasbro removing a large amount of metal from the Metal Frame.