The Face on this Beyblade depicts Pisces, a constellation of the Zodiac. Its name is the Latin plural for Fish. The face itself actually depicts a shark, though a Shark is technically a Fish. 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 Pisces Face Stickers in the Hybrid Wheel Reshuffle Set: Defense & Stamina. The Takara-Tomy version has the word Pisces on it, while the Hasbro version has it blacked out.
Energy Ring: Pisces
Pisces is a navy blue Clear Wheel with decorations ressembling fish scales and shark fins. The upward protrusions are actually designed as shark teeth, thus making the Clear Wheel resemble an open shark's mouth. When in motion, it appears to have a "fence" surrounding the face, which is good for Defense but since it's on the inside, it really doesn't help with defense at all.
Fusion Wheel: Thermal
Thermal is based on it's predessor, Pisces. This Metal Wheel was first released with Thermal Pisces T125ES. It has 2 main sections, each resembling a fish/shark. Despite being lighter than Flame, it has less undisturbed spin time, despite being only for a second. This is actually a trade of sorts, for this Beyblade has superior Defense/Attack when compared to Flame while retaining great Stamina. It's Attack power is above average for a Stamina Type.
Spin Track: Tornado 125
Originally released with the Booster Flame Libra T125ES , T125 is supposedly a Stamina type Track. However, there is still the standing issue of how it is almost identical to D125, a fairly useful part released with Wolf D125B, in performance and use. The "Tornado" part, however, is a bit akin to those on DF145, so there is a possibility that it has some relevant Stamina uses. Then again, whether or not the gimmick of DF145, pushing down air, is truly what makes the part remarkable for Stamina, or some other unknown element. It is also unknown if T125 has that element if it is not truly the pushing down the air. It is outclassed by UW145 and is a Light Green/ Yellow colour. This is a decent substitute for the better CH120.
Performance Tip: Eternal Sharp
With Flame Libra T125ES being the first to use the T125ES combo, The Eternal Sharp bottom is surprisingly heavy, clocking in a whole Gram, but still lacks use. Eternal Sharp features a free-spinning Tip attached to a metal shaft which is held by the Performance Tip. The part was one of the most heavily anticipated parts in the Metal Fusion lineup, when first announced, but ES is actually a hugely disappointing part in terms of performance.
Firstly, ES lacks a metal bearing, which would significantly reduce the friction between the free-spinning Tip and the rest of the Bottom. All of the best free-spinning Tips, notably Bearing Core, had NSK Shield bearings which allowed unhindered spin. Secondly, the Tip shape of ES is not conducive to optimum Balance; the Sharp nature of the Bottom means it is easily destabilized.
As all Sharp Tips do (Excluding AS), Eternal Sharp also has trouble regaining Balance, hence making this a poor choice for Stamina. That said, ES still remains superior to BS/MS/S/DS/EDS/D/SD/HF\S/PD as Stamina Bottoms. This bottom allows the user to tilt at extremely low angles without floor scrapes, however, it cannot regain its balance in this state unless it hits its opponent and having the impact bounce itself back up. If it is hit from behind when tilting like this, it has a 95% chance of being outspun unless used with ED145. For unknown reason(s), some users experience lots of movements from this tip, giving the Bey both Attack and Stamina. By using that movement/speed, it can weaken the impact if its is attacked by an Attack type. Its Stamina levels reign superior even to SD . As a Stamina bottom, It is outclassed by B:D, EWD, and AS due to more Stamina (B:D can spin over 7 mins if undisturbed, EWD combines the amazing Defense of WD while retaining ES's superior Stamina, AS is regains balance quickly and has equal Defense to EWD but with more height but not as much as ES). However, these bottoms do not provide the speed/movement/height ES provides. The height of ES can turn a 125 height-user to a 155 height. It is the opposite of the AS bottom. This is a good Performance Tip/bottom for Starters who would like to focus on Stamina.