Takara TOMY 2012 Beyblade Zero G BBG-02 Shinobi Saramanda SW145SD booster set
Ninja Salamander uses a Metal Stone Face, rather than a regular one. In Zero-G, Metal Stone Faces are the equivalent of Metal Faces from the HWS. While the Metal Stone Face depicts the mythical Salamander, of which Ninja Salamander is based on, the design has a cartoonish depiction of the salamander, with its head grinning and glaring to the right, with fiery eyes. It shows its lizard-like body ending in its tail curving behind it. The salamander has small arms and legs, with fire-like details; while the salamander itself is engulfed in flames. The design overall, is black with orange fumes and a lime-green outline. It appears as a sticker on the Metal Stone Face. It resembles the original Striker (Unicorno) motif.
2) Some of the V-Force (MG) Beyblades that use the magnetic spin gear core may have slight cosmetic wear to them being over a decade old the metal surface plating of the core may have degraded (delaminated) off, but is covered by the outer spin gear so you don't really see it. Slight tarnishing may have occurred to the weight disks, spin gears and other metal parts. Metal polish can be used to bring back the shine.
3) These Beyblades being over a decade old you may find that the decal stickers might have little tack to them and have dried out a little, simply just use a thin layer of stick glue to increase the adhesive on the sticker decals.
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