The rings do not interchange with all Beyblades, since some Beyblades were manufactured with "non-traditional" parts (such as Hayate 2). We designed the rings to fit on all of the "basic" Beyblades such as Knight Dranzer, Bump King, Dragoon Storm etc. (the ones where you snap the attack ring on and then twist it). In terms of limitations, we eliminated the ability to attach a "bit beast" to the attack ring.
The Player's Club FAQ
Once the tournaments are scheduled, TPC members will be notified of events via e-mail. A tournament schedule is posted on the club website.
Party Poker Promotions - FAQ
The Grand Final will take place in Rio de Janeiro in late June. We will be announcing the exact dates shortly, so keep an eye on your inbox.
SCSD: Frequently Asked Questions
If you would like to locate an individual, you can call the Records Division. For inquiries regarding the House of Correction call (617) 635-1000 x2017 and for information about an individual at the Jail call (617) 635-1100 x3005.
Xonitec Inc. has no affiliation with Hasbro Inc. (manufacturers of Beyblades™ under license from Takara Co., Ltd). The products on this page are authentic Xonitec components. They are designed to work with authentic basic BeyBlade™ tops, but are not licensed as BeyBlade™ components. BeyBlade™ is the registered trademark of Takara Co., Ltd and is licensed to Hasbro Inc. Relative to plastic and cheaply cast metal parts, we can see how our parts would seem expensive.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the University of Conn...
If you want to. We participate in a number of regular competitions as a supplemental form of training and a means to test skills. Competition is stressed as an important, but optional, training opportunity. Tournament prowess is not a goal in traditional karate. More important is development of body, mind and a non-violent philosophy.
Ragnarok XXII - Frequently Asked Questions
Dagorhir always needs help marking weapons and running errands. Olaf is looking for participants who would like to help out by carrying messages and announcements to the outlying camps. If you'd like to help out, speak up to the Heralds, Troll, Security or Weapons Check staff!
Play in as many or as few as you would like. The Tour does not require any set amount of tournaments, but to qualify for your local finals and the Tour Championship you will need to play more often.
All the tournaments are played on the weekends, with the majority being played on Saturday. Tee times vary but are posted on the website for you to plan your tournament schedule accordingly.
Tournaments are generally held at league middle schools, although they may also be held at high schools, colleges, or universities. A league schedules its tournaments up to a year in advance. Every league has a different schedule, so it is best to ask child's coach or a league administrator for a copy of the year's schedule.