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                              Dragonball Z: Legacy of Goku
                                    FAQ/Walkthrough
                              By: Dark Vortex (Quan Jin)
                               darkvortexfaqs@ymail.com
                                      Version 1.3
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      1- Introduction
      2- Basics
                2.1- Controls
                2.2- Main Menu
                2.3- Basic Strategy
      3- Ki Abilities
                3.1- Ki Blast
                3.2- Solar Flare
                3.3- Kamehame Ha
      4- Level Gain and Experience
      5- Walkthrough
      6- Enemy List
      7- Boss List
      8- Item List
      9- Credits and Thanks
      10- Version History
    
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    This FAQ features something that is also found in many other FAQs and that is
    a search string. Simply copy and paste the section number and name exactly as
    it is and press ctrl+F to bring up the find box. Type that string in to be
    warped to the section.
    
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    --< 1- Introduction >--------------------------------------------------------
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    Dragonball Z (or DBZ for short) was a japanese cartoon created early in the
    80s. The craze came to America shortly afterwards and following was a trek of
    new commercial developments including the well known show and many games.
    This game, DBZ: Legacy of Goku is one of the newer ones after a major break
    in production. Created by Infogrames, this is one of the few "American"
    attempts to master the series. Despite my opinions on these American attempts
    to master the series, I will try to stand at an unbiased point of view
    throughout the walkthrough.
    
    This guide is designed to help you in any way possible. This is not a very
    complicated game and there are points where you may ponder the question, "Is
    a walkthrough really necessary?" The answer is yes, every game, no matter how
    hard or how easy deserves a well written walkthrough to represent it and this
    game, although simple, is no exception. There are already numerous guides
    for this game that are extremely well written. Check those out! I hope you
    enjoy this guide.
    
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    --< 2- Basics >--------------------------------------------------------------
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    There are a few aspects of the game that could use some clarifying. If you
    are already mastered in the game, there's no need to read through this
    section. Most of this can be found in the manual.
    
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      < 2.1- Controls >
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                 L Button ---|                         |--- R Button
                          ___|_________________________|___
                        .'______/ _________________ \______`.
                       /    _    |                 |         \
                       |  _| |_  |                 |     _   |
        Directional -----|_ O _| |                 |  _ |_|----- A Button
           Pad         |   |_|   |                 | |_| ----- B Button
                       |         |                 |         |
            Start ------------ o |                 |         |
            Select ---------- o  |________|________|        /
                         `._______________|_______________.'
                                          |
                                          |----Screen
    
    Directional Pad
    ---------------
    ~ Moves Goku through environments either on the ground or flying.
    ~ Select options in menu.
    
    A Button
    --------
    ~ Punch in whichever direction you are facing. (note: it's best to aim your
      punches well to avoid wasting it.)
    ~ Interact with a character.
    ~ Pick up an item.
    ~ Select menu selection.
    
    B Button
    --------
    ~ Activates selected Ki attack.
    ~ Scroll through text boxes quickly.
    ~ Decline options in the menu.
    
    L Button
    --------
    ~ Cycles through available Ki attacks (3 in all).
    
    R Button
    --------
    ~ Activates flying mode.
    
    Start
    -----
    ~ Brings up the in game menu.
    
    Select
    ------
    ~ Displays flight charges (Amount left/Maximum Amount)
    
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      < 2.2- Main Menu >
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    The main menu is a pretty straight forward section. Nevertheless, if you
    need some clarifying, here it is. If you need any more clarification, it's
    best to check out the basic strategy section.
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              |  [12] Level :    1                                    |
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              |  [13] Experience :     0                              |
              |                                                       |
              |  [14] To Next Level:      350                         |
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                ___________________________________    ______________
               /                                   \  /              \
              | 0 [8] Quests [1]                    ||  HP :          |
              |       Inventory [2]                 ||     [9]   105  |
              |       Attacks [3]                   ||  Ki :          |
              |       Save [4]                      ||    [10]   100  |
              |       Options [5]                   ||                |
              |       Credits [6]                   ||  Time :  [11]  |
              |       Exit [7]                      ||  00 : 00 : 00  |
               \___________________________________/  \______________/
    
    [1]  This section lists all the quests that you have completed. Why it only
         lists completed quests however is beyond me. Any pending quests won't be
         listed in this section so it's pretty useless.
    
    [2]  Your current inventory. Certain items can only be viewed while others
         like healing items have to be selected to be used.
    
    [3]  Lists whatever Ki abilities Goku has learned. This section is also
         pretty useless as there are only three attacks anyway.
    
    [4]  Saves the game in either of the two save files. If there is already a
         game in the file, you will be prompted to overwrite.
    
    [5]  You change all the game's technical options in this section (ie. sound,
         music, etc).
    
    [6]  Brings up a little list of the developers and engineers.
    
    [7]  Exits the menu. Pretty self explanatory but it's much easier just
         pressing the B button to return to the game.
    
    [8]  This is the menu cursor. Move it with the directional pad and press the
         A button to select an option.
    
    [9]  The amount of HP Goku currently has. You start off with only 105 points
         but it will grow as you gain levels.
    
    [10] The amount of Ki Goku currently has. You start off with only 100 points
         but it will grow as you gain levels.
    
    [11] The amount of time you have spent playing the game. It will continue
         ticking off even when you are in the menu. A pretty useless feature that
         is also found in the Pokemon games but it's helpful in case you're
         trying to go through the game as fast as possible.
    
    [12] The level Goku is currently at. Obviously, you start off at 1 and gain
         levels as you gain experience.
    
    [13] The amount of experience points Goku has from defeating enemies and
         monsters.
    
    [14] The amount of experience points required to advance to the next level.
    
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      < 2.3- Basic Strategy >
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    DBZ: Legacy of Goku works like most other games. You take a certain
    character and lead them through environments in which you have to kill
    enemies while at the same time, avoid being killed as well. In game, the
    health and Ki bar are at the upper left hand corner of the screen. Your
    health is the red bar and your Ki is the green bar. Both bars serve different
    purposes however. If you get hurt by an enemy, the red bar will go down. If
    you use any Ki attack, the green bar will go down. If you run out of health,
    Goku will die and you lose the game. However, the other bar works a bit
    differently. Instead of dying from losing all Ki, you are consequenced by a
    short period in which you must wait for the bar to recharge before you can
    attack. Nevertheless, it recharges pretty quickly anyway.
    
    Most enemies can be killed just by punching them or pelting them with Ki
    beams. Some enemies like the Wolf can be defeated easily while others like
    the Namekian Dinosaurs are rugged and extremely hard to kill. When you do
    get the Solar Flare technique, killing enemies will become considerably
    easier as all you need to do is blind them and attack them a bit and then
    fall back when they regain themselves. Also, the harder the enemy, the more
    experience you gain. I'll get into it in the next paragraph.
    
    Goku, at first starts with 0 experience at level 1. Although the second
    level is a given (you get it after giving the magazines to Roshi in the
    beginning), the rest of them requires you to "kill" an enemy. While crabs and
    Wolves give small quantities, the larger monsters give many more points. The
    maximum level is 25 although you won't be reaching that area until the later
    parts of the game towards the end. For more information, see the enemy list
    and/or the level gain and experience section.
    
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    --< 3- Ki Abilities >--------------------------------------------------------
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    Apart from Goku's ability to punch enemies, you are able to use three Ki
    moves. You start off with only one however but learn the rest later on.
    
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      < 3.1- Ki Blast >
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    |-------------------------|  The Ki blast is Goku's starting Ki move and at
    |                         |  the very beginning of the game, it really isn't
    |          ###########    |  very useful. Ki blast has different power levels
    |        ###$$$$$$$$$$#   |  depending on how long you charge it. The
    |      ###$$$$$$$$$$$$#   |  smallest ones do extremely little damage while
    | ######$$$$$$$$$$$$$$#   |  the larger ones are a trifle bit powerful. At
    |      ###$$$$$$$$$$$$#   |  level 1, it will take up half your Ki bar just
    |        ###$$$$$$$$$$#   |  to release a full sized Ki blast. Because of
    |          ###########    |  this, you will have to resort to small to medium
    |                         |  sized blasts which do less damage. In fact, it
    |=========================|  may be best to avoid using this move at all
                                 until you reach at least level 5 where Ki blasts
    don't need any charging. Also, the full blasts will travel across the entire
    screen unless it is blocked by some obstacle while the smaller blasts can
    only travel a short distance. The power of the Ki blast will increase as you
    gain more and more experience. One full Ki blast is roughly equal in power to
    one punch. At times, you may feel it's best to pelt enemies from a distance
    instead of resorting to close range combat. A good alternative to punches but
    avoid overusing it or using it when it isn't needed.
    
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      < 3.2 - Solar Flare >
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    |-------------------------| The second Ki move doesn't inflict any damage on
    |                         | the enemy but makes punching or attacking them
    |                         | muy, muy facil (very, very easy). What solar
    |         #######         | flare does basically is release a bright ball
    |       ###$$$$$###       | of energy that will momentarily blind and stun
    |      ##$$$$$$$$$##      | any enemies in the vicinity. The more Ki you put
    |      ##$$$$$$$$$##      | into the blast, the longer enemies will be dazed
    |       ###$$$$$###       | and blinded. Despite what you may think, solar
    |         #######         | flare is really extremely useful considering that
    |                         | your punches are usually better than Ki moves and
    |=========================| a quick blindness would do you wonders. As you
                                continue through the game, you will learn to
    use this move all the time. After mastering it, the rest of the game becomes
    a cakewalk if you decide to take your time. Unlike the Ki blast, the solar
    flare does not grow in power or ability. This means even at level 25, you
    still will have the same amount of power as if you were at level 5.
    
    You get this move after completing the Forest Village area. Head to the
    old man's house and he'll open a gateway to Raditz for you. Walk up to the
    glowing blue exit and he will tell you to wait and teach you this move right
    before you leave.
    
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      < 3.3 - Kamehame Ha >
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    |-------------------------| Goku's most powerful move, the kamehame ha is
    |                         | very powerful even if it isn't charged up. Like
    |                ###      | the Ki blast, the kamehame ha has different
    |                  ###    | stages. The first is a little line that does
    |   ###################   | marginal damage, the second is a larger bar that
    |   ###################   | does about half to three quarters the damage of a
    |                  ###    | punch, the third does about the same damage as a
    |                ###      | regular punch, and the last in which Goku
    |                         | actually yells the famous saying is extremely
    |                         | powerful. Despite its power however, the kamehame
    |=========================| ha does not have very good range like the Ki
                                blast even at its strongest level so you may have
    some trouble actually hitting an opponent unless you use the solar flare
    first to blind them.
    
    You get this move after completing King Kai's challenge. Punch Bubbles (the
    monkey), and then use the mallet to hit Gregory (the flying insect).
    
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    --< 4- Level Gain and Experience >-------------------------------------------
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    To get stronger, Goku must gain experience to raise his level. In all, there
    are 25 levels and more than 3,500,000 points. Here's a list depicting each
    level.
    
    Level 1 ~                  Level 2 ~                   Level 3 ~
    -------                    -------                     -------
    Experience: 0              Experience: 350             Experience: 500
    HP: 105                    HP: 200                     HP: 325
    Ki: 100                    Ki: 150                     Ki: 200
    Flight: 6                  Flight: 7                   Flight: 8
    
    Level 4 ~                  Level 5 ~                   Level 6 ~
    -------                    -------                     -------
    Experience: 900            Experience: 1600            Experience: 3200
    HP: 435                    HP: 600                     HP: 900
    Ki: 300                    Ki: 350                     Ki: 1000
    Flight: 9                  Flight: 10                  Flight: 11
    
    Level 7 ~                  Level 8 ~                   Level 9 ~
    -------                    -------                     -------
    Experience: 6500           Experience: 12800           Experience: 25600
    HP: 1100                   HP: 1300                    HP: 1500
    Ki: 1000                   Ki: 1000                    Ki: 2000
    Flight: 12                 Flight: 13                  Flight: 14
    
    Level 10 ~                 Level 11 ~                  Level 12 ~
    --------                   --------                    --------
    Experience: 30400          Experience: 44000           Experience: 100000
    HP: 1700                   HP: 2000                    HP: 3000
    Ki: 5000                   Ki: 6000                    Ki: 7000
    Flight: 15                 Flight: 18                  Flight: 21
    
    Level 13 ~                 Level 14 ~                  Level 15 ~
    --------                   --------                    --------
    Experience: 140200         Experience: 180800          Experience: 257680
    HP: 4000                   HP: 5000                    HP: 6000
    Ki: 8000                   Ki: 9000                    Ki: 10000
    Flight: 25                 Flight: 30                  Flight: 33
    
    Level 16 ~                 Level 17 ~                  Level 18 ~
    --------                   --------                    --------
    Experience: 355360         Experience: 410720          Experience: 500000
    HP: 7000                   HP: 8000                    HP: 9000
    Ki: 18000                  Ki: 25000                   Ki: 45000
    Flight: 35                 Flight: 40                  Flight: 45
    
    Level 19 ~                 Level 20 ~                  Level 21 ~
    --------                   --------                    --------
    Experience: 630000         Experience: 800000          Experience: 900000
    HP: 10000                  HP: 20000                   HP: 40000
    Ki: 60000                  Ki: 65000                   Ki: 75000
    Flight: 50                 Flight: 55                  Flight: 60
    
    Level 22 ~                 Level 23 ~                  Level 24 ~
    --------                   --------                    --------
    Experience: 1000000        Experience: 2200000         Experience: 3100000
    HP: 50000                  HP: 80000                   HP: 100000
    Ki: 95000                  Ki: 110000                  Ki: 120000
    Flight: 70                 Flight: 80                  Flight: 90
    
    Level 25 ~
    --------
    Experience: 3600000
    HP: 150000
    Ki: 150000
    Flight: 99
    
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    --< 5- Walkthrough >---------------------------------------------------------
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    Here's the list of objectives that show once you complete them in the quests
    section of the main menu. Certain objectives are not required to complete the
    game by the way. Major spoilers from this point onwards! I will also
    highlight important text that are of course, spoilers.
    
      -  Roshi's Magazines
      -  Found Dino Egg
      -  Saved Lost Girl
      -  Saved Old Man
      -  Recovered Toy Boat
      -  Flowers for Sue
      -  Returned Kitty
      -  Defeated Raditz
      -  Defeated Snake Queen
      -  Gathered Spirits
      -  Ate Yemma's Fruit
      -  Caught Bubbles
      -  Konked Gregory
      -  Saved Lost Boy
      -  Found Capsules
      -  Stopped Robbers
      -  Defeated Nappa
      -  Defeated Vegeta
      -  Saved Saplings
      -  Namekian Artifacts
      -  Defeated Recoome
      -  Defeated Burter
      -  Defeated Jeice
      -  Defeated Captain Ginew
      -  Defeat Frieza
    
    Keep in mind that if you have low health and don't want to use any healing
    items, simply save and restart the game. You will start off with full health
    and even healing items that you have already picked up will be regenerated.
    You can gain experience the same way by saving and exiting. Enemies will also
    be back and if you ever find yourself at a level lower than what I expect,
    just do that and kill enemies to level up, save again and turn off, and kill
    enemies again. Therefore, the more times you save and leave the game, the
    higher Goku's experience will be. Try to stay on my track though without
    being too weak. An easier alternative would be entering and/or exiting the
    building as it will have the same effect.
    
    If you have trouble, there is one invincibility code you can use for the
    story mode. However, don't just go and use it just like that as it takes away
    the replay value of the game. Anyway, press these buttons quickly at the
    beginning cutscene. When you hear a little ding, the code has been activated.
    
    Up, Down, Left, Right, B, A
    
    Enjoy...
    
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                            - - - Roshi's Island - - -
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    "Our story begins with our humble hero, Goku. It has been a long time since
    he has last seen his childhood friends, and so he has decided to meet with
    them at the house of his old Martial Arts master. Coming along with him is
    his young six-year old son, Gohan..."
    
    You start the game off on Master Roshi's quaint little island. You can
    explore the area if you wish as there is nothing immediate that you really
    have to accomplish. Head inside his house and walk up to the refridgerator,
    the closet, or the stairs to hear some of Goku's funny dialogue. By the way,
    if you are having trouble entering the house, remember to walk up the stairs
    and then enter. It's only common sense after all. Anyway, after exploring a
    bit and talking to some of the people around, speak with Master Roshi and
    he'll tell you that he has lost his magazines. These magazines are the pieces
    of paper on the beach with the girl's faces on the them. Now, what exactly
    is our master seeing in them?
    
    If you are having trouble, the first one is to the right of Master Roshi near
    Gohan (better not let him see it!). The second one is left and a bit up from
    the Kame House. It's just lying there so pick it up. And finally, the third
    is inside the house so you will have to (gasp) walk inside the house and pick
    up the magazine that makes itself pretty obvious. When you are ready, talk to
    Roshi three times to give him every one of them. You will get two Senzu Beans
    for healing and on the third, some Herbs and 350 experience for a level up,
    yay! Soon after that, Roshi will go *gasp* and Goku's brother, Raditz will
    appear.
    
    Well, that was an interesting family reunion. Raditz will kidnap Gohan on the
    spot and while our heroes are standing there speechless, a familiar Namekian
    makes his way onto the scene.
    
    Anyway, your nimbus cloud will pop up like always. Talk to your friends if 
    you wish but when you are ready, walk over the cloud and press A to skip the 
    little picture thingy.
    
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                                - - - Forest - - -
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    You arrive at your little house in the middle of the forest. Head to the
    back of the house and talk to your wife if you wish but she'll just nag you
    to go on. Anyway, kill the squirrels around for a bit of experience and
    continue down. Goku will remember Chi Chi telling him about snakes although
    I have never actually gotten bitten by one. Follow the path until you reach
    the crab across the small creek. Throw Ki blasts at it from across the creek
    to kill it without taking any damage and continue east into the little area
    leading to a pond. Kill every crab here and level up. If you continue north,
    you will come across some stairs leading up to a platform with snakes on it.
    Kill them for some experience if you wish and head back down. Stick to the
    east wall and continue north. Head up the stairs and blast the obstruction
    out of the way. Kill the wolf and continue forward to find a Senzu Bean lying
    on the ground. You have probably lost some health to the enemy so use your
    only herb if you need to.
    
    Head back down the stairs and continue west past the little rises in the
    ground. Eventually, you will come to a wolf and a few snakes. Try to avoid
    getting bitten too much by running back and forth or flying. Punches are
    effective and you should reach level 4 after clearing the area. Continue west
    to get to the path to the next area. Before going, I would suggest exploring
    the rest of the forest and picking up herbs (the ferns on the ground). When
    you are ready, head back to the path leading out of this area and into the
    darker part of the forest.
    
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                             - - - Forest Pt. 2 - - -
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    As soon as you enter, don't move left or right but forward without turning.
    Goku will take you into a secret path among the trees to a stone on the
    ground. Pick it up and head back. Now that we are back here, continue north
    and to the left a bit and head up the steps to the frantic mother
    pterodactyl. It seems that she has lost her egg. Well, let's help her.
    Anyway, head down the steps and continue west until you see a break in the
    trees on the southern border. Head into that and navigate through it until
    you reach another area with another stone. Pick that up too and exit. It
    would be a good idea to save now in case you die.
    
    As you advance west, a wolf will jump at you. Kill it the best you could and
    go up the steps to the north leading to a kind of a grassy area. Continue and
    ignore the first set of steps. Continue west and you should soon be assaulted
    by three or four wolves. Defeat them the same way you always do but try to
    isolate them so you only fight one at a time to avoid losing health. Heal
    yourself as needed but try to avoid using up all your Senzu Beans. After
    defeating them, continue west and head north up the set of steps. A wolf will
    jump you so defeat it with a few punches. Advance west and blow up the bushes
    with Ki blasts when you see them so you can continue north up and around to
    a clearing with Tien and Yamcha. Kill the lone wolf and the snakes if you
    wish. Talk to both of them to receive 500 experience each!
    
    Okay, after talking to them, you should be at level 5. If you are a level
    short, that's fine. Continue east and blow up the rocks with a few Ki blasts.
    If you want the flight charge, continue south, if not, continue east. As you
    enter the next area, a wolf will run at you and bite you. Punch it a few
    times to down it quickly. Now, take a moment to look around. To the north
    are two bushes and a boulder. Blow them up and continue through. Kill the
    wolf here and pick up the stone. After this, you should have three stones.
    Now, advance back to where you killed the other wolf and head east to get to
    the waterfall. Continue and you should reach a gap that is inaccessible as of
    now. However, use the R Button to fly across it. We are near the egg.
    
    Ahead of you is a flight charge that you should pick up. Ascend the stairs
    to be greeted by an angry pterodactyl that seems to want the egg all to
    himself. Now remember, the egg is your top priority so before you go and
    fight this heathen, fly past it quickly and run for the egg. Then fly back
    and fight it. This fight is really quite hard as you're not very strong
    right now. Avoid getting too close to it and fire Ki blasts at it. When it
    flies dangerously close, fly past it and run for the flight charge and
    repeat until it's defeated. If you lost any health, feel free to use an herb
    or two. Now, when you're ready, head back to the mother pterodactyls nest.
    I assume you know where it is. If not, backtrack through all my directions
    and you should find your way back. When you return the egg, the mother will
    be quite ecstatic. Completion of this will get you 350 experience which
    should bring you to the next level. Anyway, walk back down the steps and
    continue west heading up the steps we took before.
    
    Continue west and kill the pesky wolves if they show themselves again (they
    will only appear if you have left the game since the last time you killed
    them). Continue however, instead of heading north like last time, take the
    south fork to come to another clearing. Kill all the enemies in the area and
    notice the man on the small island and the three blue circles in the water.
    Talk to the man and it seems that he's stuck on the island. You offer to fly
    but the old man doesn't like that either. Hmm, I wonder what we can do with
    the three stones and those three blue circles. Well, walk up to the closest
    one and press A to place a rock there. Press it two more times to create a
    bridge. The man will be happy and you'll get some experience plus a speed
    boost. Now, head back to the beginning of the stage.
    
    Continue west this time ignoring the steps. If you haven't already killed
    the hungry wolves here, get them now. Walk past the dinosaur skeleton and
    kill off the other wolf to reach a river blocking your path. Goku will
    sense a powerful presence on the other side. Fly across it to reach the
    other side and a dinosaur directly ahead. Killing this thing
    will not be easy first of all. The best strategy would be to not get close
    it. The single flight charge is there for a reason. Fly away and
    continuously launch Ki blasts at the reptile and fly past it when it gets
    too close. Eventually, it will collapse and 600 experience points is yours.
    Continue through the path to the west to enter the Forest Village.
    
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    Start by going up the steps that shows itself pretty quickly. Kill the wolf
    at the top (by now, the process should be effortless) and enter the house at
    the top. Talk to the wise old man and he'll tell you that he can help you but
    you must help him first. Oh that's just SWELL. Exit the building and kill the
    wolf (again?) descending the steps. Follow the path south until you reach a
    fairly large house. Talk to the boy outside and blow up the box also in front
    of the house with a few blasts and pick up the herbs. Now, enter the house
    and exit and the box will appear again. Destroy it and pick up the herbs
    again. Repeat this until you're full. Now, head inside the house and talk to
    the man to find out his little girl is missing. Well, let's go then!
    
    Exit the house and follow the path up a little bit and continue west and you
    should reach another large house. Nothing interesting here so continue north
    and ignore the two bushes. Continue west until you reach the second set of
    steps. Head up and meet Yamcha and Puar! Talk to them and receive 500
    experience each. Continue east following the path as it winds until it
    reaches a grassy clearing. Kill the wolf as you walk as well by the way.
    Continue west and you should see the girl. Talk to her and destroy the
    boulders south of your current location. Continue that way and you should
    soon reach another pterodactyl. Kill it the same way you did before and
    continue until Goku brags that he could fly to the ledge ahead. Fly to it
    and pick one flower. Fly back and you should see Yamcha and Puar. Fly to
    their ledge and continue back to the girl's house. Talk to the father and
    get 500 points!
    
    Exit the building and continue west ignoring the path and you will reach a
    little boy who seems sad. Talk to him and it seems that kid that we met
    before threw his boat onto the island. Simply fly to it and return it to the
    boy. Head back to the little girl's house and talk to the boy that threw the
    boat and he'll ask for flowers you picked (snicker) earlier. Give them to
    him for some more points. Now is the time to head back to the old man's
    house for our final thing to do. Well, his cat seems to be missing.
    
    Exit and kill the wolf again... As soon as you descend the first set of
    steps, head west and fly across the gap. This is just a shortcut we'll use
    for the time being. Continue ignoring the path south and head up the steps.
    Blow up the rocks and retrieve the cat by talking to it. Fly back to the
    old man's house and he will be extremely happy in seeing his cat back. Now
    that we have helped everyone really, the man will open the portal for you.
    Walk up to it and just as you're about to go, he'll teach you solar flare
    finally. Now, enter the mouth and prepare for Raditz.
    
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                              - - - Crash Site - - -
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    Here we are, Raditz's crash site. Before we continue, if you are missing any
    health, save and turn off and turn back on to get back to full health. There
    are many herbs in the area that you can pick up. In the area is Piccolo who
    urges you to hurry up. Notice how he uses the magical word "we." However, you
    won't be getting any of Piccolo's help so you can forget about this. In fact,
    all he does is stand there while you are out there killing yourself. Anyway,
    continue forward to reach the crash site. Gohan is standing by and you can
    talk to him if you wish but he doesn't offer much help yet. When you are
    ready, talk to Raditz to initialize the fight.
    
    You WILL have trouble with this infuriating loudmouth if this is your first
    time through. You may recall Raditz from the beginning of the game and yes,
    he kidnapped Goku's son. Since he can chop away your life pretty fast with a
    few punches, you'll have to resort solar flares constantly. Try to charge up
    the beam far away from Raditz so he doesn't run up to you and smack you
    before you have a chance. There are many flight charges around the area and
    you can "fly" away from him every time he gets close. Watch out for his Ki
    blasts as well. If you get hurt, pick up one of the many herbs around. Defeat
    him to get your son back and 4000 experience!
    
    Piccolo finally gets off his fanny and walks up while you hold Raditz by his
    arms.
    
    And that's it, that's the end of your life. Gohan will sympathize deeply
    but Goku is gone. Okay, if you have to weep, do it now.
    
    Wait, did he mention afterlife? Well, it looks like your not all that dead
    at least.
    
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                              - - - The Afterlife - - -
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    Well, you should definitely save right now! Anyway, talk to the old Namekian,
    Kami and hear some bad news. Now walk up to the giant. This is King Yemma
    in case you were wondering. If you actually listened to the Namekian, you
    learn that you must head onto the Snake Way to get to King Kai who will be
    there to train you. Your so called friends are collecting the Dragon Balls
    for you to wish you back. Wow, that's really something. Take the right door
    (it is sized for the giant) to get onto Snake Way.
    
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                               - - - Snake Way - - -
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    Snake Way is really quite long. Start walking north along the path and try
    to avoid touching the spikey sides if you don't want to take damage. You
    can even fly across a few of the gaps as a shortcut if you wish. After a bit
    of walking, you'll come across a strange woman with snakes in her hair
    (well, maybe that is her hair). Talk to her and she'll attack you!
    
    This strange lady wants to eat you?! Well, just try to keep your distance and
    launch Ki blasts like crazy. She's pretty easy and when she gets close, use
    your special solar flare thingy. If she takes a bite out of you, you lose a
    quarter of your health. You can bypass this boss if you want by running away
    from it or by not talking to it at all! However, you're missing out on a
    valuable 3500 experience.
    
    As you walk, you'll eventually reach a point where Goku loses his balance and
    falls off the ledge. Uh oh, what will happen now?
    
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    What in god's name? Oh my god, I know Infogrames was trying to base this game
    for kids but this is just pushing it. In case you were wondering, HFIL is
    actually HELL and that's where Goku falls. Well, after falling all that
    distance, this place does look like hell after all. Continue south killing
    the spirit blocking your path and advance. You will reach a fork. Take the
    east one and you should reach the HFIL Health and Fitness building. Goku will
    make a witty remark. Continue and you should find a blue devil standing
    there. Talk to him and he'll exclaim he lost the spirits. Well, there are
    three in all so let's get collecting!
    
    Turn around and continue north until you reach the fork again. Head west this
    time to immediately meet another fork. Take the north path and fly up to the
    part of the ledge without any spikes blocking it. By the way, there's a
    spirit pretty immediate up there so if you wish, kill it from the bottom of
    the ledge before you ascend. On the same screen, you should see a motionless
    version of a spirit to the east and south. Walk up to it and talk to it to
    get it to follow you. Now head back to the blue devil we talked to before by
    flying down and heading back. Upon giving it back, the guy will be happy to
    see it and you will win yourself 500 experience points. For the second one,
    head all the way back to the start point and head east past the large, burnt
    trees until you reach a red version of the devil we talked to before. He'll
    show off and disappear saying you can't catch him. Oh well, south is a
    fountain of blood in case you were wondering. Continue east until you reach
    a corner area where the ledge above is missing those spikes. Kill the spirit
    quickly and advance west to find the second spirit.
    
    I assume you remember how to get back. Anyway, talk to the blue one again to
    receive another 500 points. The last one is fairly easy to collect as well.
    In back of the devil is a ledge. Fly up there and kill the two spirits
    quickly. Luckily, these aren't as aggressive as wolves so killing them would
    be considerably easier. Now, head west and continue along the edge of the
    area south turning at the bend. When you finally reach a clearing, head
    north killing whatever spirits appear in front of you until you reach the
    motionless spirit. Talk to it like before and head back to the devil to
    receive your final 500. Goku will ask the creature about food (how can you
    think about food at a time like this?!) and the creature will tell you to
    distract the red devil. We already did so continue back to the beginning of
    the stage.
    
    From there, head east past the familiar trees and walk along the fountain of
    blood. When it's possible, head south and Goku will make a humorous
    statement. Continue south all the way until you can't any longer and head
    west. Fly up the ledge without the spikes and kill the spirit blocking your
    path. Head west and take the south fork when you reach it. The fruit is
    ahead. Talk to the guard and he'll say there's a magical barrier. Luckily,
    we already distracted the red devil so you can just trot up the steps and to
    the fruit. The red devil will make an appearance and open a little gate for
    you. However, the gate sends you all the way back to the beginning of Snake
    Way.
    
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    Okay, so the red devil sent you back to the beginning, that's okay. I mean,
    we can walk right? Anyway, this time around, there will be many flight
    charges scattered throughout the path so you can fly to each platform
    easily. After a bit of walking and some flying, Goku will reach the end and
    claim that he sees King Kai's planet off to the left. Ready some flight
    charges and fly north and a bit to the left to reach King Kai's planet.
    
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                             - - - King Kai's Planet - - -
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    Walk north and a bit to the right and you'll meet the one and only King Kai.
    Along with him is a monkey (Bubbles) and a flying insect thingy (Gregory).
    Before continuing, head inside his house if you want or check out the planet
    a bit as you won't have a chance later on. When you're ready, initialize
    the training by talking to King Kai.
    
    If you didn't know by now, Bubbles is the monkey. Now, he'll run away but you
    can easily catch up to him by flying. There are many flight charges scattered
    through this area as well. Fly after the monkey and punch him when you have
    the chance. It might take a while but you should eventually get him. Give
    Bubbles a nice sized lump on the head and King Kai will have another
    objective for you!
    
    Strange guy this Kai is, eh? Well, now the flying insect will take flight and
    you have a large mallet to smack it around with. It's a just a little bit
    faster than Bubbles so you should have no trouble. Fly after it until you get
    a chance to hit it and wham! Gregory will protest but King Kai interrupts.
    
    You learn the kamehame ha finally. However, in reality, Goku learns this move
    much earlier from Master Roshi. Aha, guess some things can't be helped.
    Anyway, we're off to Kami's Lookout for a little bit.
    
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    Head forward and talk to Kami and Mr. Popo if you want. You don't have to
    listen to Mr. Popo but Kami informs Goku that he must hasten to the
    wastelands and fight off the Saiyans.
    
    Head west and north to find the familiar talking cat, Korrin. He'll give you
    a senzu bean. Head back south a bit and turn to the west. Goku will state
    that he can fly to Earth from here. Walk forward and leave the lookout.
    
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    Kami refers to this place as the wasteland but it doesn't look that polluted
    or anything. More like Siberia or some other northern Russian locale.
    Continue south and be attacked by three wolves. The bushes contain two herbs
    that you can pick up if you want. After collecting them, head west and come
    across a dinosaur on the ice pond. Defeat it the best you can. Also, north
    of the dinosaur is a ledge with a little boy on it. Kill any wolves in the
    area and fly up there and bring the boy back down. He appears to be lost
    (from what he said) so we have to bring him back like times before. Now, kill
    whatever opposition is in your way and head south to enter the city.
    
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    I was at level 11-12 by now. If you aren't, you better kill some enemies for
    it. If you don't know how to level up easily, read the paragraph below the
    objective list towards the beginning of the walkthrough. Walk back, kill
    whatever, walk into the city, and walk back again killing whatever
    regenerated. By the way, this is one of the better spots to level up so
    don't be afraid to level over the average mark.
    
    Now, when you're ready, head south down the road and you should soon reach an
    intersection. The bank is to the left but we're not going to pay attention to
    it yet. Head east instead and head inside the first house. Talk to the lady
    and return the little boy for a capsule. Now, head out of the house and west
    until you reach the bank.
    
    What do you know, a bank robbery has just occured. However, there's not one,
    but three baddies you will have to kill. Now, these robbers aren't exactly
    the smartest criminals you have ever met. I mean, they have just robbed a
    bank and their walking around in front of it with everyone around. What are
    they doing? Sightseeing? Anyway, punch or Ki blast one to start a fight.
    Watch out for their guns and you should have little trouble.
    
    Now you can head along the road north and turn west at the intersection. Head
    into the first house to the left of the entrance (it has a box to the right
    of it containing an herb). Talk to the nerdy looking kid and give him the
    capsule that you received from the lady. There's another one you can find and
    give him if you would like but it's completely optional. Anyway, if you want
    to find it, head west from the house until you can't go any further and head
    south. Along the hedge wall is a large cluster of bushes. Under them is a
    red flight charge and another capsule. Give it to the person to get a senzu
    bean. Now exit and head south along the road and exit to the military base.
    
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    Since you rescued the boy, the guard will let you. Simply follow the road
    and you will be contacted by King Kai.
    
    That helps us a lot. Looks like we'll have to rush a bit (not literally of
    course). The soldiers around don't really help you any way so continue until
    you reach the exit and leave the area. Prepare yourself for the terribly
    difficult fight ahead.
    
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    Well, it's not exactly the military base but what else do I have to call it?
    Walk north a bit and talk to Gohan and Krillin. It seems the rest have
    already died. There's no need to rely on them anymore and Gohan and Krillin
    can't do jack anyway. Walk north and talk to Nappa. You can try to speak with
    Vegeta but he's too arrogant to fight you now. Instead, talk to the balding
    man and initialize the fight.
    
    Nappa really isn't too hard. He doesn't use any form of strategy but he will
    chase after you and attempt to throw useless Ki blasts at you. All you 
    really need to do is solar flare at range or throw Ki blast and then fly 
    away when he gets near. You should be faster than he is by now so just run 
    or fly off the screen if you are in need of healing. Nappa won't follow you 
    unless you make yourself that obvious.
    
    Here's the real deal. If you haven't already, heal yourself completely and
    ready yourself as he comes at you. Luckily, you won't need to talk with him
    to trigger the fight as most of the time for Raditz or Nappa, they can get
    a cheap hit on you just after the text box. Anyway, Vegeta will need a lot of
    hits to go down so you'll have to be patient with your punches and avoid
    rushing. Take your time with solar flare and time your punches correctly.
    Vegeta will also use Ki blasts except his are blue (I like them better) and
    he only needs to charge them for a second before firing. When the text box
    comes up once, that means you beaten Vegeta to a pulp... halfway.
    
    Well, he's a bit stronger now to say the least. Ki blasts do more damage and
    punches take away about a third of your health. Still, the fight should be
    fairly easy. I was able to get through this without losing any health at all.
    However, Vegeta still appears to be alive.
    
    Following is a rather humorous sequence. Vegeta turns into a giant monkey and
    smacks the living crap out of Goku just like that.
    
    Yajirobe will come and cut off Vegeta's tail!
    
    Gohan than transforms into a similar monkey and does the same thing Vegeta
    did to Goku knocking Vegeta down pretty easily. 
    
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                                 - - - Namek - - -
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    Goku, welcome to Namek. Now that we're here, let's get moving. Head north up
    the ramp and talk to the Namekian in front of you. He tells you that he needs
    saplings to plant new trees. Look like Frieza and his gang have really done
    something here. Anyway, there are three saplings in all but before we look
    for them, head inside the house. Another sad Namekian will beg you to find
    the artifacts and place them in the shrine. Hmmm, Goku accepts so exit.
    
    Head east and continue along the bottom of the ledge. Kill the pterodactyl if
    you want. There's another Namekian ahead so talk to him if you want but he
    provides no help. Continue west past the destroyed house and kill the guard
    quickly. They aren't too hard but very annoying. The first sapling is right
    by him so pick it up. North is a ledge, pick up the flight charge if you need
    it and fly up there. Continue north to another destroyed house. There's a
    little boy inside that you could try to talk to if you want but there's
    nothing you can do about him.
    
    Exit and kill the enemies in the area. Here's another place we can level up.
    Enter and exit the building and kill all the monsters until you reach level
    14. When you're done, head east from the house and head up the path. Destroy
    the boulder and continue. Blast the pterodactyl and dinosaur up ahead and
    continue north to reach the second sapling and a guard. Kill him quickly and
    pick up the baby tree. Advance west now and kill the pterodactyl blocking
    your path. At the end of the path, there will be a dinosaur and another
    pterodactyl for you to kill. It shouldn't be too hard but watch your health.
    West is another sapling with a guard. Kill him and pick it up.
    
    Now, with three saplings, we can head back to the Namekian's house. There are
    three craters around the house that you are supposed to plant the saplings
    in. Walk up to each one and press A to place them in. Now, head to where you
    found the third sapling and walk up the path to the north and west of it to
    enter the next area, the Namekian Shrine.
    
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    Continue forward and pick up the herbs. The temple is ahead but we won't be
    entering it now. Instead, head west and kill the enemies around. Here's a
    nice place to do some leveling up. Now, head north up the path and kill the
    guard that attacks you immediately. There are two more enemies on the ledge
    and they may or may not attack you with Ki blasts. Try to kill them the best
    you can with losing the least amount of health. Head north up the ramp that
    the two guards were just on and advance forward and a bit to the left as the
    ledge allows. Kill some more guards and head north and then east along the
    bottom of the upper ledge. Along the way, you'll see a red jewelike object
    on the ledge. Fly up there and pick it up. From here, continue east and kill
    the dinosaur that appears. Continue that way and head south when you can't
    continue east any further. King Kai will contact you.
    
    Continue south and around. Fly to the ledge north and kill the guard quickly.
    Still heading north, you'll come across another dinosaur. At your current
    level, you should lesser trouble slaying it. Pick up the flight charge if you
    need it and hoard the blue artifact. The last artifact can be found in the
    shrine and that's where we'll drop off all three. Throw a Ki blast at the
    boulder on the same screen to reveal a senzu bean. Continue back to the
    entrance and enter the old building.
    
    This temple is like a maze. When you enter, you notice that can't exit.
    Anyway, continue forward to reach a large Namekian statue. These are
    confusing but they do aid in finding the artifact. Notice the dragon ball
    he's holding and how it has one star on it. The next statue we'll find will
    have a two star dragon ball and so on and so forth. Anyway, there's a white
    teleporter in front of it that you should step in. Now, head south a bit
    around the blocks ignoring the yellow teleporter. Instead, kill the guard and
    continue in the same direction until you reach a green teleporter that you
    should bypass as well. Kill the guard in front of you and head north to reach
    a statue of a hand and a statue of a similar figure we saw before. Before we
    continue, I would like to tell you that the hand has a meaning other than
    decoration. Head right in the direction it's pointing to find a secret
    passageway leading to the third and final artifact!
    
    Head back to the statue and continue south back to the green teleporter next
    to the flight charge. Go through and head north towards the three starred
    dragon ball statue. Head west from this sculpture and head south at the fork
    while killing off the guard. Pay no attention to the hand and step in the
    orange warper. The next Namekian statue is south from here. Kill the guards
    and head towards the southeastern corner to reach the yellow teleporter. Head
    south and turn left at the first turn. Pass the first intersection and bypass
    the orange teleporter as well until you reach the white warper. By the way,
    we won't be seeing the five star dragon ball this time. The statue is through
    the passageway to the north first one from the white teleporter if you were
    wondering.
    
    Head north and kill the guard while emmerging at two statues. Continue north
    in between them and take the white teleporter which will finally warp you to
    our objective. Advance north to reach a statue of some Namekian idol or
    figure and notice the three color coded circular markings around the the
    statue. Walk to each one and press A to place the artifact in their rightful
    place. Gaining some speed and a lot of experience, Goku claims that he heard
    something to left. A new white teleporter will appear to the west of the
    statue. Take that one and continue north ignoring the white teleporter. Soon,
    the path will widen up and you'll exit the temple... finally! Before you go,
    you should save the game.
    
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    You'll appear in front of all your allies and even Vegeta who has somehow
    taken sides with you. Talk to them if you want to but continue north and a
    bit to the west and talk to the purple alien. This is Ginyu and you will be
    fighting him later on but as of now, he doesn't want to. Geez...
    
    Continue west and kill off the guard quickly. Head north from where you met
    him and fight the dinosaur. From past experience, this should be a simple
    process for the most part. Gain some experience and head east a bit and walk
    up to the red-headed Recoome. Talk to him to initialize the fight. He's a bit
    cocky don't you think?
    
    Recoome basically is another version of Vegeta. Defeat him the same way but
    he is a bit faster. A while back, you had a lot of trouble defeating the
    Saiyan Prince but a few level ups make all the difference. You'll need a few
    hits to knock him out but he's both slow and stupid so you can take him down
    easily. Continue up the path to the next plateau after killing Recoome to a
    purple headed freak. Talk to Burter to initialize the second battle out of
    three.
    
    Burter will be pretty simple. Just avoid getting too close to him if he
    isn't blinded and use Ki moves a lot. Kamehameha does wonders against this
    member. Apply the same strategy as before and Burter will fall like his
    brother. Now, continue back down the plateau and head to the east a bit.
    Fight the guard along the way and advance until you reach another Ginyu Squad
    member, Jeice. Again, stupid, cocky text that really makes you want to
    throttle him!
    
    I really don't have much to say this time around either. Jeice is easy
    but can take a few more hits. Kamehameha works great as it cuts away health
    and Jeice has a lot of that. Just apply the same strategy and you'll be fine.
    Anyway, Captain Ginyu will get all annoyed and you can finally fight him!
    
    Well what do you know? It seems you have angered the so called master of the
    Ginyu Squad. Nevertheless, put him out of his place and knock him into the
    ground. Pretty simple fight for the most part. He'll be downed fairly quickly
    and you get some new bragging rights. It will take quite a lot of punches and
    Ki blasts but if you are patient, he'll die.
    
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    Ugh, a greatly annoying part of the game is about to come up pretty soon.
    Anyway, what you have to do is hop from island to island until you reach
    Frieza's ship. You appear in front of a building with a guard right by you.
    Kill him and enter the building. The two boxes towards the end contain herbs
    if you care to collect them. Exit and head east through the path to another
    guard and a flight charge. Notice the narrow strip of land to the far east.
    Fly there and pick up this flight charge. Fly to the next strip of the land
    to the east and repeat until you can't go any farther.
    
    Along the way, you'll meet a few pterodactyls so be careful around them.
    When you reach that point, fly north to a large strip of land with a
    building on it. Kill the guard in front and enter the structure to find
    another guard. Defeat him for the experience. Exit the structure and head
    around the building advancing north. Kill off another guard and head a bit
    to the west to find two more guards. Now that we cleared the area, we can
    continue to Frieza's ship. Head back in front of the building and continue
    east through the path to reach Frieza's ship.
    
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    As you probably expected, this place is full of Frieza's guards. As soon as
    you enter the area, you should notice many already ahead of you. Keep in mind
    that along with the normal guards, there are "elite" guards that don't carry
    helmets. These guys can chop away your health pretty quickly but they give
    three times the amount of experience than the regular ones. Because of the
    amount of enemies around, solar flare works wonders in times of chaos. It
    will take a while but eventually, you'll beat up all of them and gain a few
    levels. You should be around 23 or 24 but we can train later anyway. Head to
    the front of the structure which is really Frieza's ship and Goku will see
    that he can fly through the top of the ship. Do just that. Walk up and talk
    to everyone if you wish. Notice that they are all outfitted in special armor
    now.
    
    If you still wish to train (which is highly, highly suggested), head over to
    the door that the three are grouped around and fly to exit the building
    and fight all the baddies once more. Leveling up shouldn't be too hard and
    since we are almost at Frieza, level up to 25 just for the heck of it. When
    you're ready, head back inside by flying through the hole at the top and head
    all the way to the east and enter the rejuvenation chamber.
    
    If you really want to train some more, head back but for most of you, walk
    into the machine to initialize healing.
    
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    Vegeta, Gohan, and Krillin are grouped in front of you. Before you continue,
    pick up the herbs and the flight charge right by you. Then head north and
    King Kai will wish you luck.
    
    When you are ready, advance east and a bit to the north and prepare for the
    final battle with Frieza which is horribly overrated.
    
    Sigh, just another obstacle really. Since you already have the ultra-cheap-
    thing-that-makes-fights-easier solar flare, this battle is yet another one of
    common. This battle is a bit more climatic than the others and it's
    interesting to say the least. After you punch him a few times, he'll morph
    into his next form which means that you are one third through killing him.
    
    Frieza does a heck lot of damage now so you'll need to rely on Ki blasts and
    solar flares. A few more punches to push him into his final stage!
    
    Uh oh, he called you a monkey. Now doesn't that just make you so mad? Now he
    looks really freaky with that strangely shaped head. Be patient and strike
    when you can to avoid getting too hurt. Eventually, you'll hurt him so much
    that he morphs into his regular form and the environment changes drastically
    to a barren land with strikes of thunder and lava flowing everywhere. Krillin
    walks up and tries to help you but Frieza knocks him down. Goku gets so
    pissed that he turns Super Saiyan!
    
    With that, your speed increases and you must now put Frieza down like any
    other battle. It's simple. Really!
    
    Congrats on beating DBZ: The Legacy of Goku! Enjoy the credits. The End!
    
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    --< 6- Enemy List >----------------------------------------------------------
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    The world of DBZ is vast and full of different monsters and enemies. These
    enemies are listed in order of appearance.
    
    Snakes ~
    ------
    
    Basically the same thing as the below except uglier and more dangerous...
    maybe. The truth is, I never got hurt by snakes before even when I try to
    step on them the best I could. In the beginning of the game, you may recall
    Chi Chi warning you about the snakes but no matter how hard I try, I can't
    even get one bite out of the wormy critters. Like the squirrels, they give
    tiny experience so just bypass them without worry.
    
    Experience: 5 points
    
    Squirrels ~
    ---------
    
    These cute little rodents (okay, squirrels aren't rodents, give me a break)
    give off 5 experience so you might want to kill them for whatever little they
    give. Although it's very cruel to kill cute animals like these (=P), you
    might not even care. Squirrels can't exactly do anything to you anyway so if
    you want to, just bypass them unless you want the puny five experience
    points.
    
    Experience: 5 points
    
    Crabs ~
    -----
    
    Hmm, seafood! But wait, these crabs are just about as large as Goku himself.
    Gohan REALLY has been feeding the crabs way too much. Anyway, these crabs
    appear around the pond by your house and will actually hurt you if you pose
    a threat to them. Although they are really quite bad fighters, they can
    inflict some damage on you if you're not careful. With that, crabs also give
    about 14 times more experience then snakes so you actually have a reason to
    kill them.
    
    Experience: 70 points
    
    Wolves ~
    ------
    
    These don't exactly look like wolves (more like cats to me), but I'll just go
    with the crowd and refer to them as wolves. Anyway, they are pretty tough at
    first when you have no solar flare move to help you out so you will have to
    resort to punching and praying you don't get hit. It's also a good idea to
    run away from them or fly over some obstacle like a river to trap them on the
    other side while you chuck Ki blasts there way. The AI in this game isn't too
    great and the wolves will just run around on the other side until they are
    finally diminished.
    
    Experience: 70 points
    
    Pterodactyls ~
    ------------
    
    Appearing early in the game and making appearances throughout the rest of the
    game, these pterodactyls (it took me at least 5 minutes to scrounge up the
    dictionary you know) are annoying at first but will soon become easier as you
    gain levels. Also, the ones found on earth are easier to defeat than the ones
    on Namek although the Namekian version gives 700 more experience which makes
    sense. It's a good idea to throw Ki attacks at these too but they can fly
    over obstacles which makes killing them a bit harder. Nevertheless, there's
    nothing a little solar flare can't do.
    
    Earth Version Experience: 300 points
    Namek Version Experience: 1000 points
    
    Dinosaurs ~
    ---------
    
    These are one of the more difficult enemies. It's first appearance is by
    the mother pterodactyl where you gave it its egg across the river. These
    lumbering giants aren't very fast but they are rugged, durable, and pack a
    powerful punch whenever they get to you. My strategy at first would be to
    constantly move away from it and using whatever space you have to pelt it
    with Ki projectiles. The kamehame ha is especially effective on these guys so
    use it whenever possible. Also like the pterodactyl, there are two different
    versions that give different experience levels. But still, the latter is more
    powerful of course.
    
    Earth Version Experience: 600
    Namek Version Experience: 4000
    
    Spirits ~
    -------
    
    These white blobs of the HFIL aren't too hard to defeat at all yet they give
    some experience. They are really quite shy and won't attack menacingly. My
    strategy would be to use solar flare and run up and punch them. Since they
    aren't that dangerous, a few punches (depending on your level) should be
    enough to down them quickly.
    
    Experience: 1000
    
    Saiya Jin Guards ~
    ----------------
    
    First appearing on Namek, these guys are quite hard really. First of all,
    they are capable of using Ki blasts so you will have to be careful around
    them. Second of all, they can pack quite a powerful punch. Wielding Saiya
    Jin armor and a strange looking helmet, you will easily be able to
    distinguish these from the pack. Like all the others, solar flare makes the
    job much easier. At the end of the game, you will meet some of these guards
    that don't wield helmets! These are more powerful then the rest and give a
    whopping 20,000 more experience.
    
    Experience: 10000 (30000 towards the end of the game)
    
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    Raditz ~
    ------
    
    You WILL have trouble with this infuriating loudmouth if this is your first
    time through. You may recall Raditz from the beginning of the game and yes,
    he kidnapped Goku's son. Since he can chop away your life pretty fast with a
    few punches, you'll have to resort solar flares constantly. Try to charge up
    the beam far away from Raditz so he doesn't run up to you and smack you
    before you have a chance. There are many flight charges around the area and
    you can "fly" away from him every time he gets close. Watch out for his Ki
    blasts as well. If you get hurt, pick up one of the many herbs around. Defeat
    him to get your son back although Piccolo kills you.
    
    Experience: 4000
    
    Snake Queen ~
    -----------
    
    This strange lady wants to eat you?! Well, just try to keep your distance and
    launch Ki blasts like crazy. She's pretty easy and when she gets close, use
    your special solar flare thingy. If she takes a bite out of you, you lose a
    quarter of your health. You can bypass this boss if you want by running away
    from it or by not talking to it at all! However, you're missing out on a
    valuable 3500 experience.
    
    Experience: 3500
    
    Bank Robbers ~
    ------------
    
    When you find yourself back on Earth after having to live through King Kai's
    training, you fly down to this city and what do you know, a bank robbery has
    just occurred. However, there's not one, but three baddies you will have to
    kill. Now, these robbers aren't exactly the smartest yahoos you have ever
    met. I mean, they have just robbed a bank and their walking around in front
    of it with everyone around. What are they doing? Sightseeing? Anyway, punch
    or Ki blast one to start a fight. Watch out for their guns and you should
    have little trouble.
    
    Experience: 1500 (each robber gives 1000 experience so 1500 + 3000 = 4500)
    
    Nappa ~
    -----
    
    Haha, Nappa in this game really doesn't look like he is supposed to. For the
    most part, his head is too circly (Like Krillin's) and where is the
    moustache. Oh well, Nappa really isn't too hard. He doesn't use any form of
    strategy but he will chase after you and attempt to throw useless Ki blasts
    at you. All you really need to do is solar flare at range or throw Ki blast
    and then fly away when he gets near. You should be faster than he is by now
    so just run or fly off the screen if you are in need of healing. Nappa won't
    follow you unless you make yourself that obvious. Defeat him to trigger
    Vegeta.
    
    Experience: 20000
    
    Vegeta ~
    ------
    
    Here's the real deal. If you haven't already, heal yourself completely and
    ready yourself as he comes at you. Luckily, you won't need to talk with him
    to trigger the fight as most of the time for Raditz or Nappa, they can get
    a cheap hit on you just after the text box. Anyway, Vegeta will need a lot of
    hits to go down so you'll have to be patient with your punches and avoid
    rushing. Take your time with solar flare and time your punches correctly.
    Vegeta will also use Ki blasts except his are blue (I like them better) and
    he only needs to charge them for a second before firing.
    
    When the text box comes up once again, that means you beaten Vegeta to a
    pulp... halfway. The arrogant bastard will concede that you were stronger
    than he thought. Well, he's a bit stronger to say the least. Ki blasts do
    more damage and punches take away about a third of your health. Still, the
    fight should be fairly easy. I was able to get through this without losing
    any health at all.
    
    Experience: 30000
    
    Recoome ~
    -------
    
    The first boss after a while. Talk to Recoome to initialize the fight.
    Recoome basically is another version of Vegeta. Defeat him the same way but
    he is a bit faster. A while back, you had a lot of trouble defeating the
    Saiyan Prince but a few level ups make all the difference. You'll need a few
    hits to knock him out but he's both slow and stupid so you can take him down
    easily.
    
    Experience: 40000
    
    Burter ~
    ------
    
    If you defeated the above, Burter will be pretty simple. Just avoid getting
    too close to him if he isn't blinded and use Ki moves a lot. Apply the same
    strategy as above and Burter will fall like his brothers.
    
    Experience: 70000
    
    Jeice ~
    -----
    
    I really don't have much to say this time around either. Jeice is easy
    but can take a few more hits. Kamehameha works great as it cuts away health
    and Jeice has a lot of that. Just apply the same strategy and you'll be fine.
    
    Experience: 70000
    
    Captain Ginyu ~
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    Well what do you know? It seems you have angered the so called master of the
    Ginyu Squad. Nevertheless, put him out of his place and knock him into the
    ground. I found this fight considerably easier than the rest not because of
    the actual gameplay but on how much I hate this guy. He is really an arrogant
    braggart that needs a good beating. Haha, nevermind, just smack him a few
    times to down him.
    
    Experience: 90000
    
    Frieza ~
    ------
    
    Sigh, just another obstacle really. Since you already have the ultra-cheap-
    thing-that-makes-fights-easier solar flare, this battle is yet another one of
    common. This battle is a bit more climatic than the others and it's
    interesting to say the least. Frieza will go through his three forms like in
    the cartoon and you will gain experience every time he grows. When the
    environment turns barren and arid, Krillin will walk and try to protect you.
    Frieza kills him and Goku gets quite infuriated causing him to go SSj with
    extra speed to defeat the ugly monster. Use that to your advantage as the
    rest of Frieza is weak.
    
    Experience: 1400000 in all (every form added together)
    
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    --< 8- Item List >-----------------------------------------------------------
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    There are only a few items so this list won't be terribly long.
    
    Flight Charges ~
    --------------
    
    Goku is one of the few people on Earth that is capable of flying. However,
    flying is obviously tiring and you'll need flight charges constantly to
    refill your meter. Each flight charge plays the same role but there are two
    different kinds. One has a green tinge and the other a red. The latter
    refills more charges however so there is a difference. These are basically
    orbs on the ground. They do regenerate after a little so wait around a bit if
    you need more.
    
    Herbs ~
    -----
    
    Herbs are pretty common. They mostly appear in boxes, under bushes, etc.
    They will heal only a quarter of your health which makes them useful although
    the senzu beans do a lot more healing. Herbs appear on the ground as ferns
    or some dark patches of grass with a bit of red dots (flowers or berries?).
    You are capable of holding six at any given moment.
    
    Senzu Beans ~
    -----------
    
    Although they heal fully, they are much more rare and it would be in best
    interest to save these the best you can. They can be found in the same types
    of locations herbs can be found in (exp. under bushes, rocks, boxes) and they
    appear to look truthfully like a little green pile of turd. I'm not kidding,
    it isn't shaped like a bean but more like the above description. It's also
    small so try not to mistake it for another similar looking grass thingy.
    
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    --< 9- Version History >-----------------------------------------------------
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    Version 1.0 - Completed everything. Don't expect another update anytime soon.
    
    Version 1.1 - Removed the ugly ASCII you "used" to see at the top.
    
    Version 1.2 - Legal Information updated. 
    
    Version 1.3 - Removed the dialogue portion of the walkthrough. 
    
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    --< 10- Credits and Thanks >-------------------------------------------------
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    See ya around and thank you for playing Dragonball Z: Legacy of Goku. The
    following have helped in the creation of this guide by inspiring me or giving
    me information. Thank you!
    
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    Vegita - Took some unopinionated information from his guide. I hope you don't
    mind. In the meantime, check out some of his great work.
    
    Infogrames - For releasing a great line of games including some of my all
    time favorites (this game isn't one of them).
    
    FCB and FCSB - Home of all the great FAQ writers and a few newbies. Thank you
    for giving me a reason to write.
    
    - All outside sources which have contributed to the making of this guide in
    some form have been cited in this section. Any sources that have provided any
    information at all are listed in the credits. I am not taking credit for
    others hard work and I hope they do the same. Not giving proper credit is
    plagiarism and it's against the law.
    
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