Dinosaur King
Dinosaur King

Blazing Spin Attack (Fright Blaze Spin フライトブレイズスピン in the Japanese arcade) is a Fire Move Card.


Arcade Stats[]


Blazing Spin Attack arcade card (Japanese Gekizan 3rd Edition, variant)

It is the third and final Attack Move for Fire.

  • Names:
    • Japanese Kanji: 灼熱大車輪 (Burning Large Wheel)
    • Taiwanese: 燃燒風火輪 (Burning Hot Wheel)
  • Attribute: Fire
  • Sign: Paper
  • Strength boost: 200 (Non-Critical); 300 (Critical)
  • Technique boost: 50
  • Usage Condition: This Move activates when you win at Paper.
  • Effect: With flames in your mouth, bite your opponent's neck and spin them around before letting go and having them slam into a wall!


Anime Stats[]

Fire Move Card back

Blazing Spin Attack's anime card's front is never seen

TCG Stats[]

Blazing Spin TCG Card

Blazing Spin TCG card (DKCG)

+1000; (Only a Scissors Fire Dinosaur can use this Move.)


  • Though Terry never actually used it, he did make a similar attack without the fire against Torosaurus in Rhino or Dino?.
  • In the DS Game and TCG, it is simply called "Blazing Spin".
    • Interestingly, Rod also called it this when trying to use it for Terry, though he may simply have stopped halfway through the name when he realized Helga was arriving.
  • Artwork from one of its arcade cards is also seen on the TCG Move Card Meteor Strike (07 4th(+)), and an altered one is on Boiling Bite (06 5th).
  • Practically speaking, this is a rather difficult Move to conduct, the Fire Dinosaur needing to have enough bite strength and momentum to keep a grip and keep spinning. Large sauropod opponents, such as Jobaria and Isisaurus, would pose a particular problem.
  • In the arcade, when viewed in slow motion, the Fire Dinosaur using the Move seems to "lose its grip" on the attacked dinosaur or to not have a grip at all due to the size differences between the dinosaurs and thusly the relative locations of the attacker's jaws and target's neck, as there is only one animation sequence used by any of the dinosaur models, with the victim always spinning at the same height and distance. This mismatch becomes most obvious with large Fire Dinosaurs and small opponents, though the issue is usually hidden from view by the speed of the attack's rotations and the fire particles emitted.
    • Sometimes, if the Fire Dinosaur is attacking a larger opponent, Ampelosaurus for instance, it would appear that the chest was bitten. Regardless, the animation can be overlooked and forgiven.



p · e · t Fire Move Cards
Super Moves: Blazing Spin Attack · Burning Dash · Fire Bomb · Fire Cannon · Fire Scorcher · Flare Sword · Heat Eruption · Magma Blaster · Volcano Burst
Special Moves: Crimson Flame · Ultimate Fire · Spectral Lancer · Omega Phoenix
DS Fire Moves / TCG Fire Moves