Variares D:D (ヴァリアレスD:D, Variaresu D:D), often stylised as VariAres D:D in Takara-Tomy merchandise, is a Defense-type Beyblade released as part of the 4D System. It was first released in Japan on July 16, 2011 as a Starter for 1365¥.

Hasbro released this Beyblade as a lessened, Metal Fury equivalent, Variares 145WB, and later as a Hyperblade using the original Takara-Tomy model.

Face Bolt: VariAres

Main article: Face Bolt - Variares
Face Bolt - Variares

4D Metal Wheel: VariAres

Main article: 4D Wheel - Variares
4D Wheel - Variares

4D Bottom: Delta Drive

Main article: 4D Bottom - D:D
4D Bottom - D:D

Other Versions

  • Variares D:D Mars Red Ver. – CoroCoro Magazine (Red)
  • Variares D:D Phantom Blue Ver. - CoroCoro Magazine (Blue)
  • Variares D:D - WBBA G4 Prize (Gun Metallic)


VariAres quickly found its home in Smash Attack customs, however it has since been outclassed by Flash and Wyvang, among others. The mechanism within D:D is an improvement over the classic Flame Change Base, but like Flame Change Base, it is almost as useless competitively. Therefore, this Beyblade should only be considered if all preferred alternatives cannot be purchased, or for collection purposes.


VariAres D:D (regular)

VariAres WBBA Exclusive Colour (purple)

Other pictures


Thanks to AkirasDaddy for the permission for this video.

Vari Ares D D Commercial

Vari Ares D D Commercial

Variares D:D Commercial

Vari Ares

Vari Ares

Variares D:D - by AkirasDaddy

Beyblade Legend 4D Guide BB-114 Variares Vari Ares D D

Beyblade Legend 4D Guide BB-114 Variares Vari Ares D D. ベイブレード

Variares D:D Beyblade Legend 4D Guide


  • Variares D:D is the first 4D three-layer Bey to be produced, Face, Wheel, Track/Bottom.
  • Variares is the second Metal Saga Beyblade to be multidirectional. The first was Gravity Destroyer AD145WD.
    • Similarly, Variares D:D and Gravity Destroyer AD145WD both have a relation to Mars. Mars Ultor is Ares' Roman counterpart and Destroyer/Perseus is Mars' half brother in Roman mythology, justifying Madoka's belief
  • In the manga, Variares's beast is completely different from the anime.
  • In the anime, Variares D:D never used the Sharp tip on it's 4D Track, preferring to use Flat and Wide Ball instead.
  • It is the first Beyblade to have three tips in one. The second is Diablo Nemesis X:D.
  • In the anime, Variares stays in Attack Mode when it is not spinning. This doesn't occur in the real life, as it's only in Attack Mode when it is spinning.
  • Hasbro initially released Variares as Variares 145WB, with the mode change disabled to keep it in Defense mode. It was later released as Variares D:D with its mode change intact as part of the 4D Hyperblades series.
  • In the anime, it is classified as an Attack-type by Madoka.
  • Variares's 4D Performance Tip, D:D, is the only mode changing tip were the flat tip does not have a hole.