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The Core Change System is the second system in B-Daman Crossfire, released in 2011 in Japan and 2013 overseas. Unlike the previous Pen-B series, the Core Change System allows B-Ders to disassemble their B-Daman to the core for true customizability.

Parts[]

All Core Change System B-Daman consist of five parts, held together by the bolt-like Stud Parts, which can be removed and replaced with a plastic tool, making customization a breeze. It also allows players to mix and match parts to create their own unique B-Daman.

Head Part[]

The Head Part acts as a magazine for the B-Daman. As with the older generation B-Daman toys, B-Ders can load marbles from the back of the Head Part into the core. Magazine-based Tune-Up Gear pieces can be added to it, to increase the B-Daman's holding capacity for marbles.

Arm Parts[]

The Arm Parts attach to the sides of the B-Daman's core, and can act as grips to hold it with.

Core Part[]

The core of the B-Daman, which has the barrel and firing mechanism, which is operated by a push-trigger in the back. The Core Part can be customizable, too, with Tune-Up Gear pieces like the Power Mantle, Straight Barrel, among others. Each Core Part also comes with a power block, which prevents it from firing a marble with its normal firing strength, if the B-Daman itself is held in mid-air. As a matter of fact, it is recommended to fire the B-Daman at ground level in the playing field, if they are to get the Core Part to its normal firing strength.

Leg Part[]

The Leg Part is attached to the bottom side of the B-Daman's core, acting as its base.

List of B-Daman in the Core Change System[]

Power Type[]

Rapid Fire Type[]

Precision Type[]

Duel Type[]

Special-Type[]

Naming[]

Similar to the parts systems for Metal Fight Beyblade, a B-Daman's Japanese name can be determined by this order; [Core Part Name]=[B-Animal Name], and English name by this order; {Lightning for Rapid-fire/Strike for Control/Thunder for Power/Double/Drift/Smash} {B-Animal Name}. The Japanese naming carried over to the Emblem Charge System.

Overall[]

While the concept of interchangeable cores is nothing new (it was first seen in the Blaster Core System), the introduction of the Stud Parts is a wonder for preventing the B-Daman from falling apart. The naming method also takes away the strenuous task of having to come up with names for B-Daman customizations.

Trivia[]

  • In addition, the concept of using plastic screws and tools to put together and disassemble B-Daman originally came from Super B-Daman's Revolution System.
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