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               Dragon Ball Z: Bukuu Tougeki - FAQ/Move List.
                         Written By: Kain Stryder.
                     E-Mail Address: ssj4kain@aol.com.
                        Walkthrough Version: Final.
                          Last Updated: 5/14/07.
                        System(s): Gameboy Advance.
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| [ I. Introduction ] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ INTR1 ] |
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| [ II. Current Updates ] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ CURUP2 ]|
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| [ III. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions.) ] . . . . . . . . . . [ FAQ3 ] |
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| [ IV. How To Play ] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ HOTP4 ] |
|    A. Controls And Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ COAM4.1 ]|
|    B. Story Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ STOMO4.2 ] |
|    C. Z Battle Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ ZBAMO4.3 ]|
|    D. Challenge Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ CHAMO4.4 ] |
|    E. Free Battle Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ FRBAMO4.5 ]|
|    F. Training Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ TRMO4.6 ] |
|    G. Remote VS. Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ REVSMO4.7 ] |
|    H. Option Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ OPMO4.8 ] |
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| [ V. The Playable Characters Of The Story ] . . . . . . . . . [ TPCOT5 ]|
|    A. Gokou . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ GOKO5.1 ] |
|    B. Gohan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ GOHA5.2 ] |
|    C. Piccolo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ PICC5.3 ] |
|    D. Kuririn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ KURI5.4 ] |
|    E. Vegeta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ VEGE5.5 ]|
|    F. Trunks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ TRUN5.6 ]|
|    G. Ginyuu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ GINY5.7 ]|
|    H. Freeza . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ FREE5.8 ]|
|    I. Dr. Gero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ DRGE5.9 ]|
|    J. No. 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ NO185.10 ] |
|    K. Cell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ CEL5.11 ]|
|    L. Buu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ BU5.12 ]|
|    M. Gotenks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ GOTE5.13 ]|
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| [ VI. Technique List ] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ TECLI6 ] |
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| [ VII. Secrets ] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ SECR7 ]|
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| [ VIII. Credits ] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ CREDI8 ]|
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| [ IX. My Words ] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ MYWOR9 ] |
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NOTE: I've added a Search Engine into all my FAQs now. To use this, if 
there's something you wish to find instantly in my FAQ, in the above 
table, on the left is the name of a section or sub-section. To the right 
is a weird code, like GOK5.1. Basically, if you wish to go to the section 
where I tell you about Goku under The Playable Characters Of The Story, on 
your Keyboard, hold Ctrl and then hit F and a window will open. Type in 
GOK5.1 and hit Find Next. It'll bring you to that section instantly. The 
code to reach the Table Of Contents is just that: Table Of Contents. I 
hope this makes browsing my FAQs easier for you. Enjoy!

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= I. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ INTR1 ] =
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Hello there and welcome to Kain Stryder's FAQ/Move List for Dragon Ball Z: 
Bukuu Tougeki, the latest DBZ game to be released. Yeah, once again, I'm 
back doing another DBZ game, so, as usual, I'll help you get through the 
game, learn the basics and hopefully master it all within due time. As 
usual, though, this guide is to ONLY be on GameFAQs and NO other site 
unless I state otherwise. This is also to remain free and not be sold for 
profit of any kind, nor is it to be stolen and be used for someone else's 
own personal gain for glory, money, etc and it's not to be edited in any 
way, shape or form. Just please respect that, it's all I ask and in 
return, well, you get to use my guide, so, yeah, I think that's fair. 

Well, thanks for hearing me out on that and without further delay, let's 
get cracking on possibly the best DBZ game ever, Dragon Ball Z: Bukuu 
Tougeki! Enjoy it and I help my guide helps you! (Note: This game is also 
known as Dragon Ball Z: Super Sonic Warriors in the United States, Canada, 
Mexico and Europe. This game and that one are the EXACT same games, 
except for a few minute changes that won't change the over all gameplay of 
the game itself, so don't worry.)

Update: This Walkthrough is now available at IGN, Neoseeker and any other 
sites I've allowed via E-Mail to host this file. If I did not give you 
permission to host this FAQ on your site, then you're hosting it illegally 
and if you're reading this on a site with any variatin of "cheat" in its 
name, please notify me so I may take the necessary action. Thanks.

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= II. Current Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ CURUP2 ]=
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5/14/07 - Just writing in to let any readers know if they E-Mail me any 
questions or comments, that my address still works. My willpower to write 
walkthroughs over the last few years died, mostly to college and real 
life, but I may just start this up again. Feel free to write in, thanks.

5/21/04 - As of now, this Walkthrough is complete, as I've just finished 
all of Section IV. How To Play. Other than that, this guide has been 
marked as the final version and if I ever need to update it again for 
whatever reason, I will, but until that time, everything's complete, so, 
enjoy. Until I next update...later!

5/16/04 - Sorry for the lack of updates. I recently attended E3, so, that 
took up my free time for a while. As it stands, I decided to remove the 
Walkthrough portion of this guide, as it's Pointless. I was originally 
doing it for "translations" of the Story Mode, but since the game is 
coming out rather soon to the United States, there's no need. Either way, 
I'll finish up Section IV. How To Play this week and then this guide will 
be as complete as possible. So, until then, later.

5/2/04 - Alright, I wrote the "walkthrough" and I use that term really 
loosely, for Gokou's Story, as well as the Technique List, which is 
completed. Other than that, nothing else is new, but rather soon, I'll get 
down to finishing off Section IV. How To Play, as well as doing the rest 
of everyone's "walkthrough" for their Story Mode. Until then, I'll catch 
you later. Enjoy!

4/6/04 - Well, I started this walkthrough a little over a week ago and 
since then, I've mainly only gotten the Move Lists for each character 
done. I need to get Section IV, VI and VII completed, since that's all 
there is left to do, but I do want to do a "walkthrough" for the Story 
Mode, since some people may want to know what the hell's going on at some 
parts of it. Either way, expect this all done soon, just depends on how 
busy I get, but in the meantime, there's a full Move List up for each 
character, so, that should help you with the majority of the game. So, 
until I next update, enjoy!

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Q. Is this game coming out in the United States?

A. Actually, yes it is. I believe it'll be titled as "Dragon Ball Z: Super 
Sonic Warriors", though it'll have a few changes to it. I'm rather sure 
they'll replace the Introduction and Ending theme songs of Cha La Head Cha 
La and We Were Angels with FUNimation's shit music. Plus the voice actors 
I'm sure will replace the Japanese ones as well, so, yeah, there's what 
you can expect. I suggest just buying the Japanese version, since you 
really don't need to know Japanese to play this game and even with Story 
Mode, you basically can figure out what's going on without reading any of 
it.

Q. I don't understand a few of the names you use in your walkthrough! 
Also, why are most of your attacks in Japanese? Why aren't they in English 
like on the show???

A. Alright, simple answer. I tend to go by the Japanese names and not the 
horrid translations that FUNimation did. Sorry, but I experienced this 
version first long before I experienced the dub, so, I'm more familiar 
with these names than whatever the dub named them as. Also, this is a 
Japanese game after all. I'm using what the game has the name's as, 
(Except for the attacks. I got those names from the Daizenshuus. You have 
to love those books.) so, sorry if I don't have something as Krillin or 
Goku. Deal with it.

Q. [Add in random question that's answered right here in the walkthrough]?

A. Look in the walkthrough. Christ, I didn't write this whole thing to 
have someone who was too lazy to browse my walkthrough, (Which, by the way 
has a search feature, so don't say "I can't find it!", because, $20 says 
I can type in what I want to find and in 2 seconds find it, bucko.) E-Mail 
me and waste my time with something that's answered here. If you bother 
E-Mailing me a question that's answered here in the walkthrough, don't 
expect a reply. Sorry if I sound like an ass, but in the past, you will 
NOT believe how often I get this crap.

Q. Are there any hidden characters besides the ones you can buy and unlock 
in the Store?

A. No.

Q. How do I beat [random character here]?

A. This is a fighting game. Fight them. If you can't win, learn some moves 
with your fighter, practice and try again. I can't offer much more 
strategy than this, folks.

Q. I can't perform Desperation Moves! Whenever I hit the buttons, (Read: 
Keyboard keys.) nothing happens! Why?

A. Simple. Your keyboard can't take more than 2 keys being held down at 
once. Also, you wouldn't have this problem if you owned the actual game, 
so, buy it and problem solved.

Q. Is there a reason why you don't have a Story Mode Walkthrough?

A. It's not needed. Even if you want a translation of what's being said, 
just wait until the English version is released.

Q. Can we do Ki Struggles in this game?

A. No...well, sort of. If you and the opponent manage to fire a 
Desperation Move off at the same time, the blasts will collide and either 
cancel out or if one is stronger, destroy the one blast and keep going at 
the opponent.

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Alright, let's start with the controls for the game, shall we?

D-Pad - Used to move your character around the screen, as well as to 
browse Menus.

Select - Does nothing.

Start - Pauses the game while in a Battle and also confirms options.

B Button - Allows you to Grapple with the opponent and to also cancel out 
of Menus/options.

A Button - Allows you to perform a Knock Away attack that's very strong 
and to also confirm options.

L Button - Lets you change characters if you have more than one during a 
Battle. (Also used to browse some Menus by going to the previous Menu.)

R Button - Lets you Power Up and gain Ki while during a Battle. (Also used 
to browse some Menus by going to the next Menu.)

Note: For a more complete and detailed list of moves and functions, as 
well as for each character, head to Section V. The Playable Characters Of 
The Story and read there.

Alright, next, onto the Menus:

When you first load the game up, you'll see 7 Dragon Balls, to which you 
can rotate and select a area to go to and play. Here's a rundown on each 
area, but after this entire section, there's a very detailed list below 
telling you all about each one:

Story Mode - Allows you to play through 8 Battles as a character and 
witness a story just for them. Depending on who you play as, you could 
end up going through the DBZ Story or just seeing a "What if..." scenario.

Z Battle Mode - Let's you fight against 8 opponents either by yourself or 
with a team. Though, with a team, your total Level can't exceed 4, so, you 
can have all Level 1 characters or 2 Level 1 characters and 1 Level 2 
character and so forth. At anytime, though, just hit the Start Button to 
not choose any more characters and to fight with who you've chosen 
already. Beating this Mode will only get you a score and a place of rank, 
so, do this only for fun if you wish.

Challenge Mode - Probably the best way to get Points to unlock characters, 
this Mode pits you against teams of certain characters one at a time. As 
you defeat each team, new teams are unlocked and the harder the team, the 
more Points you get. Again, you can't go over the Level 4 limit with your 
characters, so be careful.

Free Battle Mode - Eh, this is just a fun little area to play in. There's 
no limits to your Levels, so, go nuts. All you do is select your team and 
your opponents and have at it.

Training Mode - Basically, you're given a training session on the game's 
mechanics and how to fight. Follow the instructions and do what you're 
told to get through the Tutorial. Also, if you just want to train yourself 
on fighting, you can also do that.

Remote VS. Mode - Your basic Versus Mode, where you can link up and play 
against a friend.

Option Mode - Lets you change the game's Difficulty, unlock new characters 
or just view Rankings of various scores you've gotten in different Modes 
in the game.

Alright, that covers a quick overview of each Menu Option. Next up, let's 
take a look at the screen of when you're engaging in a Battle and what 
each thing is, starting from the top left and going clockwise:

Scouter - Lists your current Level for that character, such as a Level 1 
Gokou, along with your Ki Percent and a arrow showing you where the 
opponent is currently, as well as if you have enough Ki to perform a 
special attack and where the attack will go if you perform it now. For 
example, if the arrow is Pointing to the east, your attack will go to the 
east. To gain more Ki, hold the R Button down until you reach your desired 
amount or 100%.

Health Bar - A blue bar that represents your energy. If this empties, you 
are done for.

Battle Gauge - Represents how much damage you can take from blocking 
before you or the opponent is "dizzy". If you block too much, you'll 
become dizzy and the opponent can basically knock you around the screen 
like a pinball. During this time, if the opponent or you happen to be hit 
just as the ball reaches the middle again, which signals when the 
character regains control of themselves, they'll be sent flying into a 
structure or some rocks for some decent damage. Just be careful not to 
block too much within a short amount of time. To know when you or an 
opponent is dizzy, the bar will turn green, so at that time, either pray 
you recover fast enough or just go nuts if this happens to the opponent.

Rush - Appears when you hit the opponent more than once. It basically just 
lists how many attacks you got off in a row. Also known as a Combo.

Well, there you go. Rather basic stuff for a basic, yet fun Fighting game. 

And with that, the Controls and Menus are covered. Onto the next section...

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Story Mode is just what the name means: A story. Basically, you pick a 
character to play as and you go through the game, fighting 8 Battles, each 
getting harder and harder as you go along. Depending on who you play as, 
you'll either see the normal DBZ Story, such as if you played as Gokou, 
you'll see the events play out as normal. Though, if you play as, say, 
Ginyuu, a character who isn't around past the Freeza Saga, then a "What 
if..." story begins. Rather fun to see play out and each character has a 
ending, with a select few even having a Secret Final Battle, but ONLY if 
you don't lose a fight once against anyone. Just note, though, that not 
everyone has a Secret Final Battle. 

Other than that, after you see the ending, if and when you unlock the 
Museum, you can view the endings whenever you wish. This is the basic Mode 
of play in the game, just like in any Fighting game, so, partake in it to 
get a quick laugh or two over some of the odd things that take place with 
most of the characters that shouldn't be around at some times. Each story 
is presented by a quick talking by the characters, then a Battle, more 
talking, another Battle, etc. Though, do be sure to go through as everyone 
to just see each stroy and to be able to play as everyone...once you 
unlock them all.

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In this Mode, you choose from a One on One fight or a Team Battle. Either 
way, you pit yourself up against 8 different fighters/teams and have at 
it for fun. After reach Battle, you get a score based on how well you did. 
There's no hidden meaning to this and it doesn't unlock anything if you 
get a really high score; it's just for fun. It's also not a Level Up Mode 
where you can get stronger and stronger, so don't think that. Despite what 
Mode of play you pick here, you can't exceed Level 4 total with your Team, 
although this doesn't really apply to a One on One fight, so don't worry. 
With a Team Battle, you can only have, say, 2 Level 1s and 1 Level 2 and 
so forth, since they equal Level 4 total. Of course, if you want just, 
say, one or two characters for a Team Battle, select them and then hit the 
Start Button to instantly begin playing.

After each Battle, you are ranked on the following for your score:

Life Remain
Time Remain
Max Combo

These _somehow_ reflect your Battle Power, which is the over all score of 
your performance in the Battle. Over all, a fun little game, so, play it 
and see how high you can get your Battle Power.

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Ah, the best way to score Points so you can unlock other characters and 
features to the game. Basically, once again, you are limited to having 
your team not exceed Level 4, so, choose wisely. Once you acquire your 
team, you will have to fight one team before you can go onto the other. As 
you beat more and more teams, more are unlocked until you unlock the final 
one. Here's a list of all the teams you fight and how much Points they 
give you:

Note: Just like in Z Battle Mode, after each Battle, you're given a Rank 
based on how well you fought.

Z Soldiers Team

Gokou Lvl. 1.
Piccolo Lvl. 2. 
Kuririn Lvl. 1.

Points: 50.

Freeza Team

Freeza Lvl. 3.
Ginyuu Lvl. 2.
Vegeta Lvl. 1.

Points: 200.

Android Team

Dr. Gero Lvl. 2.
No. 18 Lvl. 2.
Cell Lvl. 2.

Points: 250.

Vegeta Team

Vegeta Lvl. 2.
Trunks Lvl. 2.
Gotenks Lvl. 2.

Points: 250.

Son Team

Gokou Lvl. 2.
Gohan Lvl. 2.
Gohan Lvl. 3.

Points: 300.

Majin Team

Buu Lvl. 2.
Buu Lvl. 3.
Vegeta Lvl. 3.

Points: 350.

Villain Team

Freeza Lvl. 3.
Cell Lvl. 3.
Buu Lvl. 3.

Points: 400.

Super Saiya-jin Team

Gokou Lvl. 3.
Vegeta Lvl. 3.
Trunks Lvl. 3.

Points: 400.

So, there you have it. Obviously the best way to get Points is to fight 
either the Villain or Super Saiya-jin Team over and over.

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A rather basic and simple Mode. You have free rule over your team this 
time with no Level restraints. Once you select your team, you select the 
computer's team and then you both have at it. After the Battle, you'll get 
a Rank and then you can set up for another Battle. Not much else to this 
area, so, head here for just some old school bashing of one another when 
you get bored.

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Probably the most complex Mode in the game, if you don't know Japanese. 
When you first start out, you can either do Practice or Tutorial. I'll 
start with Practice first:

Practice:

Again, as you start with Practice, you can only have people on your team 
with a total Level that doesn't exceed 4. Afterwards, you'll see the 
following set up:

Training Start - Begin your training.

Opponent - Select your opponent by using the D-Pad and his Level.

Stage - Select the Stage you want to fight in. I unfortunately can't read 
much Kanji, so, you'll have to just pick something and go with it. Though, 
Namek, Porunga (Area of Namek with Porunga in the background.) and Cell 
Game are areas that you can go to that I can read.

Difficulty - Select the Difficulty of the computer, but if you don't want 
them to fight back, just choose Off.

Ki - Choose to have your Ki at 0%, 50% or 100%. If you do it at 0%, it's 
going to be you charging up over and over in a real fight, but with 50% or 
100%, your Ki will never go below that, so it's helpful if you just want 
to test your Desperation Moves.

Battle Gauge - Set the Battle Gauge however you want, incase you want to 
easily knock your opponent around for practice in that. Move it to the 
right for the opponent and to the left for you, incase you want to be hit 
around or something.

Reselect Characters - Select this to go back and choose a different team.

Main Menu - Choose this to go back to the Main Menu to select a different 
Mode of play.

Ok, that covers the Practice Mode. Now, for the Tutorial:

Tutorial:

As you start this, you'll be given 6 different Tutorials to go through. 
Here's what you have to do in each one:

Tutorial 1 - Movement.

Objective #1 - Jump on Piccolo. Basically, just move over towards him, use 
the Up Button and land on him.

Objective #2 - Get into the air and just double tap each direction on the 
D-Pad so you sprint around in the air. Just keep doing this to clear this 
part.

Objective #3 - Same as the last one. Just repeat and fly around until you 
clear it.

Objective #4 - Rather easy. You have to catch Piccolo, so just use the 
Bukuujutsu Rush and tag him.

Tutorial 2 - Hand To Hand Combat.

Objective #1 - Use the B Button to Grapple and keep hitting Piccolo until 
you clear this.

Objective #2 - Use the A Button to use the Knock Away and keep hitting 
Piccolo until you clear this.

Objective #3 - Use both the A and B Buttons to attack Piccolo with. Make 
sure you do Grappling and Knock Aways until you clear this.

Objective #4 - Tap the D-Pad in the direction of Piccolo twice and then 
use either the A or B Buttons to attack him. Keep doing this until you 
clear this part.

Tutorial 3 - Ki Combat.

Objective #1 - Just hold the R Button down and get your Ki to 100%.

Objective #2 - Hold the R Button down and press the B Button over and over 
to fire the Renzoku Energy Dan at Piccolo. Keep doing this and recharge 
your Ki when needed until you clear this.

Objective #3 - Hold the R Button down and press the A Button over and over 
to fire a Ki Blast at Piccolo. Keep doing this and recharge your Ki when 
needed until you clear this.

Objective #4 - Hold the R Button down and hold the A Button to release a 
Super Ki Blast at Piccolo. Keep doing this and recharge your Ki when 
needed until you clear this.

Tutorial 4 - Desperation Moves.

Objective #1 - Just use Gohan's Kamehameha by holding the R Button and 
then pressing both the A and B Buttons and you'll clear this.

Objective #2 - Go near Piccolo and hit both the A and B Buttons to do a 
Grab move and you'll clear this.

Objective #3 - As Gokou this time, charge up your Ki to 100% and while 
you're still holding the R Button, press the L Button to use the Kaiou-ken 
and you'll clear this.

Tutorial 5 - Switching Characters.

Objective #1 - Just hit the L Button to change your character to Gokou and 
you're done.

Objective #2 - Same as the above, only be moving this time when you hit 
the L Button and then you're done.

Tutorial 6 - Battle Gauge.

Objective #1 - Piccolo will be blocking the whole time, so, just assault 
him until the Battle Gauge is all the way to the right and breaks, making 
Piccolo dizzy and then you're done.

Objective #2 - Same as the above, only this time, after Piccolo becomes 
dizzy, hit him until you clear this.

Objective #3 - Same as Objective #1, only this time, when Piccolo becomes 
dizzy, hold the Direction you're facing him in and hit the A Button to 
knock him into a pile of rocks. If this doesn't work, just make sure you 
hit him JUST before the ball gets back to the middle of the Battle Gauge.

And there you have it. That's all there is to the Tutorial. I hope it 
helps you.

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- G. Remote VS. Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ REVSMO4.7 ]-
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In this Mode, you basically link up with a friend and play against each 
other. Of course, you need a GBA Link Cable, 2 GBAs and 2 Dragon Ball Z: 
Bukuu Tougeki Game Paks. If you select this Mode by mistake, just hit the 
Start Button to exit it, but if you are in this Mode, after the game 
confirms the other player, you'll both select your fighters and duke it 
out.

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- H. Option Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ OPMO4.8 ]-
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Not alot here, except for a few Options you can change around and/or view 
your Ranks in various areas. Here's what each section is:

Setting - Lets you change the following:

Difficulty - Change it anywhere from Kids, Easy, Normal, Hard or Hell. 
Obviously Kids is the easiest and Hell is the hardest.

BGM - Choose to have the Background Music either On or Off.

SE - Choose to have the Sound Effetcs either On or Off.

Shop - As you acquire Points in the game, go here to unlock Characters 
and other things. At the bottom right hand of the screen is how many 
Points you currently have and at the bottom left hand of the screen is the 
page number you're on out of 15 of the total pages.

Ranking - Shows you the Ranks you've acquired through the various Modes of 
play throughout the game. To browse the lists, use the A Button.

Museum - Once you unlock this from the Shop, you can look and listen to 
the following:

Voice - Listen to 180 different voices from the game.

BGM - Listen to 25 of the Background Musics from the game.

SE - Listen to the 54 of the Sound Effects from the game.

Pics - View the 23 different images from the game, from the backgrounds to 
each character's ending.

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= V. The Playable Characters Of The Story . . . . . . . . . . . [ TPCOT5 ]=
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- A. Gokou . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ GOKO5.1 ]-
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The main character of Dragon Ball Z, Gokou yet agains takes over the role 
of the average fighter. With no ups or downs to him, he's the middle man 
this time, having no real strengths or weaknesses, except for the ace up 
his sleeve, the Kaiou-ken. His Renzoku Energy Dan takes 7% of Ki per each 
shot and it doesn't home in on the target, but it does somewhat good 
damage if it hits. His Ki Blast attack normally is somewhat fast and sort 
of homes in a little, costing 20% of Ki, but with his ultimate Ki Blast, 
it's VERY fast and can pack a good punch. Although his main Desperation 
Move is the Kamehameha, he does come armed with the Genki Dama when things 
start to not turn in his favor. A great all around fighter, but there's 
better. His rate of gathering Ki is about average, though. Even in Level 2 
and 3 with Super Saiya-jin, his attacks aren't that different...

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Throw - A + B Buttons, tap A or B Button to release the opponent. (Make 
sure you aim at the ground for them to hit or else this will do no 
damage to them.)
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.
Kaiou-ken - 100% Ki, Hold R Button + Press L Button. (Repeat to turn it 
off.)
Shunkan Idou - 25%+ Ki, Hold L Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you 
want to go in.

Desperation Moves

Kamehameha - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right or Below the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Kamehameha - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.
Genki Dama - 100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1, except minus the Kaiou-ken.

Desperation Moves

Kamehameha - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right or Below the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Kamehameha - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves:

Same as Level 1, except minus the Kaiou-ken.

Desperation Moves

Kamehameha - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right or Below the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Kamehameha - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.
Shunken Idou Kamehameha - 100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

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- B. Gohan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ GOHA5.2 ]-
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The other main character of Dragon Ball Z and Gokou's Son, Gohan is one 
hell of a talented fighter, but chooses not to fight unless he absolutely 
is forced to. That, though, is when you'd DEFINITELY hate to be the 
opponent. In this game, Gohan shows he's no slouch and even though his 
first two Levels he's a shrimp, his third makes him shine in all his glory 
and like Gokou, he's rather well rounded, even if he is lacking in 
Desperation Moves. Like Gokou, his Renzoku Energy Dan and Ki Blast each 
take 7% and 20% of Ki and both are like Gokous: They don't home in, but 
the Ki Blast is fast and powerful. Though, his Renzoku Energy Dan is not 
fast at all, so be careful, but in Level 3, it really picks up. His rate 
of gathering Ki is rather average, though. Other than that, he's a rather 
average fighter like his dad, but good for those who like Gohan...

Note: If you have Gohan Level 1 or 2 in your team and a character is 
defeated and he comes out next, he gets a slight power up due to his 
anger.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Head Shot - A + B Buttons.
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Kamehameha - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right or Below the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Kamehameha - 100% Ki, Left, Right or Above the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1, except his "Head Shot" is now called Backhand.

Desperation Moves

Kamehameha - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right, Above or Below the opponent, R Button 
+ A And B Buttons.
Chou Kamehameha - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.

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Ah, the lone warrior who's managing to keep up with the Saiya-jin's 
Strength. Piccolo is one hell of a warrior and its shown throughout the 
Dragon Ball story. Being a genius when it comes to combat, his arsenel is 
filled with a wide and amazing list of abilities, far outdoing Gokou and 
the others in some areas. Hell, the guy can even reincarnate himself in a 
utter last ditch effort. (Piccolo Daimaou, anyone?) In the game, Piccolo 
is not only above average, but he's fast, skilled and his Renzoku Energy 
Dan homes in on its target, making him dangerous in the right situation. 
His rate of gathering Ki is a bit above average, which is damn good. 
Although, his Ki Blast only costs 16% of Ki to do, it's still about as 
strong as Gokou and Gohan's.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Arm Extend - A + B Buttons.
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Makankou Sappo - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Makankou Sappo - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + 
A And B Buttons.
Chou Gekiretsukoudan - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Renzoku Senkou Dan - 50-99% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

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One of the strongest Humans on Earth and the best friend of Gokou, Kuririn 
has forever attempted to keep up with his friend, despite his limitations. 
A determined, witty and the comic relief fighter in the series, Kuririn, 
even though he falls behind rather fast, manages to keep up rather well 
and even remain as a key fighter in major fights, though, he's never that 
helpful. Unlike Tenshinhan and Yamucha, Kuririn throws everything aside 
whenever the odds are not in his favor and tries his best, even if he may 
die. If it weren't for the many times he's done this, well, things would 
be VERY different and some Battles may have been forever changed. 

In the game, though, he is one HELL of a fighter. Being short and fast, he 
lacks over all strength and his Renzoku Energy Dan only takes 6% of Ki to 
do, with his Ki Blast taking only 15%, but it homes in, which is VERY 
good. His rate of gathering Ki is rather average and at Level 3, his Ki 
Blast no longer homes in on the target...ah well. Armed with a good amount 
of special moves, even having the aid of Gohan and Tenshinhan, Kuririn, 
despite his actions in the show, shines brightly this time and even though 
he's not the best, he can still hold his own.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Taiyouken - A + B Buttons.
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Kakusandan - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Gohan's Energy Dan - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Renzoku Kienzan - 50-99% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Kakusandan - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Tenshinhan's Kikoho - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Renzoku Kienzan - 50-99% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

Level 3 Attacks:

Same as Level 1, except for:

Potential - 100% Ki, Hold R Button + Press L Button. (Can't be turned off 
and it lasts for about 20 seconds.)

Desperation Moves 

Kakusandan - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Genki Dama - 50%-100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Renzoku Kienzan - 50-99% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

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The proud and honorable Prince of the Saiya-jins, Vegeta always strives to 
be the best, but no matter how hard he tries, he's always one step behind 
Gokou. Although he's one HELL of a fighter, he does have an edge over 
Gokou, which is he won't hesitate to destroy his enemy and he doesn't 
believe in mercy at all. While the merciful trait has almost killed Gokou 
more than once, it's also what saved Vegeta the one time he was defeated 
on Earth. In the game, though, Vegeta is another average fighter, but he 
has short range attacks, with some rather heavy Ki ones. Taking 7% of Ki 
for his Renzoku Energy Dan and a whopping 25% for his Ki Blasts, which 
neither of them home in, when they do hit, they pack a HUGE punch. He 
gathers Ki at a average rate, which sucks, since he needs alot to pull of 
his Ki Blasts. Either way, he's a great fighter, especially with his 
Desperation Moves and like in the show, he's not someone to underestimate.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Stunner - A + B Buttons.
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Final Flash - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Chou Final Flash - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Gyarikkuho - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Bakuhatsuha - 100% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Big Bang Attack - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Final Flash - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Gyarikkuho - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Bakuhatsuha - 100% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Final Flash - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Chou Big Bang Attack - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + 
A And B Buttons.
Gyarikkuho - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Self Destruct - 100% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons. 
(Note: This does not kill Vegeta nor does it hurt him.)

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Throughout Dragon Ball Z, there's two versions of Trunks. One is the from 
the future where the Androids run free and cause chaos, the other is a boy 
who's been spoiled rotten. In this game, you play as the one from the 
future that's not so bright. The son of Vegeta, he has barely any traits 
of his father and acts more like his mother, in his manners and actions. 
He's kind, like Gohan, since Gohan was the one who trained him, but unlike 
Gohan, he will fight if there's trouble and will not hold back. In the 
game, though, he's one hell of a fighter, though he relies on his 
Desperation Moves for the most damage and even his Sword. 

His Renzoku Energy Dan costs 7% of Ki per each use and doesn't home in and 
his Ki Blast takes 20% to do, though if you do a quick one, it's not 
powerful and will even explode a short while after being fired for a land 
mind effect. He's a decent fighter, but unless you get in close to fight 
or use his Desperation Moves a hell of alot, then you'll have a hard time 
with him.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Slice 'N Dice - A + B Buttons. (Note: This is a VERY good, yet cheap 
attack.)
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Burning Attack - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right, or Above the opponent, R Button + 
A And B Buttons.
Chou Burning Attack - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Masenko - 100% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

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The leader of the Ginyuu Special Force, Ginyuu is one HELL of a fighter, 
despite his skills in the series for the time he was around. Being the 
strongest fighter that works for Freeza, he was easily taken down by 
Gokou, Kuririn, Gohan and Vegeta. In the game, though, he's just amazing, 
sporting all kinds of attacks, with everyone except Burta helping him when 
he needs it. His Renzoku Energy Dan costs 8% of Ki and it's homing to 
boot, plus it's fast. As for his Ki Blast, it's decent and costs 24% of Ki 
to do and it packs a very good punch to it. He can gather Ki at about a 
average rate, which sucks since he needs alot of Ki to pull off his Ki 
attacks. Not to mention, though, with the help of his men in his later 
Levels, Ginyu and his Special Force is a force not to be messed with.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Pile Driver - A + B Buttons.
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Eraser Cannon - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.
Crusher Ball - 50% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Switch - 50%-100% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons. 
(Note: This attack switches the Level and Ki Levels with the opponent if 
it hits them. This can be good or bad, so be careful.)

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1, but his "Throw" is now Kanashibari No Jyutsu, which has 
Gurd come in and hold the opponent in place while Ginyuu attacks them.

Desperation Moves

Reacoom's Eraser Cannon - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R 
Button + A And B Buttons.
Jace's Crusher Ball - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Switch - 50%-100% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons. 
(Note: This attack switches the Level and Ki Levels with the opponent if 
it hits them. This can be good or bad, so be careful.)

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 2.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 2.

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The evil tyrant that was once feared throughout the Galaxy as the 
strongest being, Freeza had it all, except eternal life. Heading to Planet 
Namek to obtain the Dragon Balls and get just that, his plans were foiled 
thanks to Gokou and company. Even though he was defeated, he's still one 
HELL of a great fighter, sporting a ton of attacks and just a over all 
tough cookie. His Freeza Beam (This is what his Renzoku Energy Dan is.) 
takes up a whopping 16% of Ki per shot and it doesn't home in, while his 
Ki Blast takes only 20% of Ki to perform, but it also doesn't home in. 
Both of them are rather powerful and with his variety of Ki attacks, 
going up against Freeza will not end easy. He gathers Ki at a average 
rate, which doesn't help since he needs ALOT to do any Ki attacks. Even 
with this limitation, Freeza is possibly one of the best fighters in the 
game.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Hokakukondan - A + B Buttons.
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.
100% Power - 100% Ki, Hold R Button + Press L Button. (Can't be turned 
off.)

Desperation Moves

Daichiretsuzan - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Flaming Headbutt - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Death Ball - 100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons. (If 
the opponent dodges the attack, the Death Ball hits the ground and the 
opponent has 45 seconds to defeat you or you win, due to the planet 
"exploding".)
Psychokinesis - 50-99% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

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- I. Dr. Gero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ DRGE5.9 ] -
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The head Scientist of the now dead Red Ribbon Army, Dr. Gero survived the 
assault made by Gokou years ago when he was a kid and ever since then, 
he's held a psychotic grudge on him, vowing to someday get revenge and 
kill him. After being warned by Trunks about him, since the real timeline 
had Dr. Gero's Plan working, Gokou and the Z Senshi prepare for the 
Androids and end up foiling his plans in the end, but not after a long 
and grueling battle that did indeed end with Gokou dying. Although he's 
strong, he's nothing compared to the Z Senshi and his other Androids and 
even in the game he's not the best fighter, but depending on how you use 
him, he could be quite deadly. 

His Renzoku Energy Dan costs only 6% of Ki to do and it homes in, plus his 
Ki Blast costs 16% of Ki to do, which are semi strong, but they aren't the 
best and they don't home in. Due to not being able to gather Ki, since 
he's a machine, he has to steal it from the opponent or absorb their 
attacks. In his later Levels, he can slowly gather Ki, but it's VERY slow. 
An average fighter over all, if you can use him well, he can be quite 
deadly.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Absorbtion - Hold R Button. (If used while a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast is fired at you, when it hits, you'll absorb it and gain the Ki.)
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Power Absorbtion - A + B Buttons. (Gives you 50% of Ki.)
Hikou Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Energy Blast - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.
Chou Energy Blast - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Eye Beams - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons. 
Shougekiha - 50% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

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- J. No. 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ NO185.10 ]-
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One of the deadly Androids that plagued Trunks's Timeline and even in the 
other timeline, No. 18 is the strongest one next to Cell...for the time 
being. Even stronger than her brother, No. 17, No. 18 make look like a 
frail girl, but she managed to take down Vegeta with ease, while No. 17 
handled the other Z Senshi with no effort himself. After being absorbed by 
Cell so he could reach his Perfect state, she was somehow vomited up after 
a hard blow to Cell by Gohan and has since become one of the good guys. 
Although in the game, she's far from good, but she does have a happy 
ending. A talented and fast fighter, she's not terribly strong, but with 
her infinite supply of Ki, she can forever pump out Renzoku Energy Dans 
and Ki Blasts for 0% of Ki, though, neither of them home in.

Though, she can't gain Ki either and in order to perform Desperation 
Moves, she has to assault her opponent until her power builds up high 
enough to do so. Even though she has unlimited Ki, her Ki attacks aren't 
that powerful, but she's fast and can deal out decent damage, but there's 
better fighters. She may sound cheap with the unlimited Ki thing, but 
trust me, it's not as great as it sounds...

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Taunt - Hold R Button. (Nothing, really. No. 18 just tosses her hair back 
and laughs.)
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Knee Kick - A + B Buttons. 
Hikou Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Energy Blast - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right, Above or Below the opponent, R 
Button + A And B Buttons.
Chou Energy Blast - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Energy Blast - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right or Above the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Energy Blast - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
No. 17 & No. 18's Barrier - 50% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

Level 3 Attacks

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Energy Blast - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.
Chou Energy Blast - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
No. 17 & No. 18's Barrier - 50% Ki, Below the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
No. 16's Hell's Flash - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

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Said to be the perfect fighter of all time, Cell is the artificial 
lifeform created by the cells of the greatest fighters in the Galaxy. 
Having the cells of Gokou, Kuririn, Tenshinhan, Vegeta, Freeza, Piccolo 
and some others, you'd think he'd be unstoppable, but, he wasn't. Even 
though Gohan defeated him, he's still a very dangeorus and skilled 
fighter, though he doesn't truly shine in this game. His attacks are 
rather limited to Gokou's and he's not as strong as he should be. His 
Renzoku Energy Dan only costs 7% of Ki, but it doesn't home and his Ki 
Blast takes 20%, but it doesn't home either, unless he's at Level 3. As 
for gathering Ki, he does it at a average rate, but over all, Cell's a 
good fighter in all areas, even though he kind of lacks in Desperation 
Moves and could've been made out to be so much better...

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Bear Hug - A + B Buttons. (Like Trunks's Throw, this is cheap, but DAMN 
good, hitting 8 times.)
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Kamehameha - 50-99% Ki, Left, Right or Below the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Chou Kamehameha - 100% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And 
B Buttons.
Barrier - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1, except he now has Shunkan Idou. 25%+ Ki, Hold L Button + 
D-Pad in the direction you want to go.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

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A Demon that's been sleeping for centuries, thanks to energy taken from 
Gohan, Babidi, the son of Bibidi, the being who made Buu, revived him. 
The greatest threat Earth has ever seen, this time, even Gokou and Gohan 
weren't even a match for him: together. It took a fusion of Gokou and 
Vegeta, plus a Galaxy Genki Dama with Gokou in SSJ and Porunga refilling 
his energy to take this bad boy down. Even though he was defeated, I'd say 
Buu was the ultimate fighter in the series, due to his abilities. Like 
Cell, he can regenerate, he's the strongest fighter and his attacks are 
deadly. Oh and he's as insane as they come. His Renzoku Energy Dan only 
takes 7% of Ki, but it doesn't home in and his Ki Blast takes 20% of Ki to 
do and it also doesn't home. 

He gains Ki, though, at a above average rate, which is good and some of 
his special attacks are very deadly, not to mention he can slowly heal 
over time, making him nearly unbeatable in certain conditions. Over all, 
possibly the perfect fighter in the game, but not completely perfect...

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Energy Dan - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Henka Beam - A + B Buttons. (Buu turns the opponent into a cookie version 
of themselves. They can't attack for a certain amount of time, but they 
can move around. If they are hit once, they return to normal.)
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Kamehameha - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Shougekiha - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Chou Shougekiha - 100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Self Destruction - 100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons. (Note: This does not kill Buu nor does it hurt him.)

Level 2 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Same as Level 1.

Level 3 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Same as Level 1.

Desperation Moves

Dimensional Portal Cannon - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R 
Button + A And B Buttons.
Shougekiha - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B Buttons.
Genocide Attack - 50-100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.
Self Destruction - 100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons. (Note: This does not kill Buu nor does it hurt him.)

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The fusion result of Goten and Trunks, even though Gotenks is an amazing 
fighter, he's also cocky as hell and childish. Making up more useless 
attacks than actually fighting, he was the secret weapon in defeating Buu. 
Although he did really well, mainly with the Galactica Donut, Gekitotsu 
Ultra Buu Buu Volleyball and the Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack. Able to even 
go SSJ3, Gotenks is definitely a force to be reckoned with and despite his 
childish appearence and actions, remember, looks can be deceiving. For his 
Renzoku Energy Dan, aka Renzoku Shine Shine Missile, it costs only 6% of 
Ki to do it and they're INSANELY fast, but in the middle of homing kind 
of, along with his Ki Blasts costing 16% of Ki to do and they are homing. 
He can gather Ki at an alarming rate and he's probably the strongest 
fighter hands down, especially with his Desperation Moves. 

His only downside, though, is depending on his Level, the fusion will run 
out after a certain amount of time. The higher his Level, the longer it'll 
last, but once you see the countdown appear, you'd better win or else 
Goten and Trunks will seperate and "die". Over all, though, he's a great 
fighter and probably even the best one, but like the others, he has his 
downsides, so, if you use him, make sure you can win fast and unlike 
Gotenks, don't goof around.

Level 1 Attacks:

Normal Moves

Grapple - B Button.
Knock Away - A Button. (Note: If you use this on a Renzoku Energy Dan or 
Ki Blast your opponent fires at you, if you time it right, you can knock 
it back at them.)
Ki Shield (Block.) - Hold A/B Button. (B Button for weak attacks, A Button 
for strong.)
Power Up - Hold R Button.
Renzoku Shine Shine Missile - Hold R Button + Tap B Button.
Ki Blast - Hold R Button + Tap OR Hold B Button.
Galactica Donut + Gekitotsu Ultra Buu Buu Volleyball - A + B Buttons. 
(Gotenks traps the opponent in a Ki ball and this allows you to knock 
them around for a short period of time.)
Bukuujutsu Rush - R Button + Hold D-Pad in the direction you want to go 
in.
Dodge/Rush - Tap D-Pad in the direction you want to go twice.

Desperation Moves

Dimensional Portal Cannon - 50-99% Ki, Left or Right of the opponent, R 
Button + A And B Buttons.
Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack x1 - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + 
A And B Buttons.
Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack x4 - 100% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A 
And B Buttons.
Galactica Donut - 50-99% Ki, Above the opponent, R Button + A And B 
Buttons.

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= VI. Technique List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ TECLI6 ] =
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Interested in knowing what a certain move does or who can use it? You've 
come to the right place. Below are all the Techniques in the game, a 
description for each and the characters that can use them. So, here's the 
list of each Technique in the game:

Arm Extend - An attack where the user extends their arm, grabs the 
opponent, drags them in close and then kicks them away.
Who Can Use It?: Piccolo.

Bakuhatsuha - A Desperation Move where the user fires a very large Ki 
Blast at the opponent from just two fingers. Requires 50% of Ki per each 
use.
Who Can Use It?: Vegeta.

Barrier - A Desperation Move where the user throws up a Barrier around 
them, protecting them from all attacks, as well as hurting anyone who 
comes near them. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Cell.

Bear Hug - An attack where the user grab the opponent in a bear hug and 
crushes them multiple times.
Who Can Use It?: Cell.

Big Bang Attack - A Desperation Move where the user fires a gigantic Ki 
Blast at the opponent from one arm. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Vegeta.

Bukuujutsu Rush - A basic move where the user engulf themselves in Ki and 
uses it to propel themselves towards the opponent for a surprise attack 
and/or to instantly get close to attack. Requires 10% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Everyone except Dr. Gero and No. 18.

Burning Attack - A Desperation Move where the user fires a gigantic Ki 
Blast from their hands. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Trunks.

Chou Gekiretsukoudan - A Depseration Move where the user gathers Ki in 
their hands near their chest and then launches an amazingly large ball of 
Ki at the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Piccolo.

Chou Big Bang Attack - A Desperation Move that's much stronger than the 
original. The user gathers more energy and releases a stronger Ki Blast. 
Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use it?: Vegeta.

Chou Burning Attack - A Desperation Move that's much stronger than the 
original. The user gathers even more energy this time and releases a 
stronger Ki Blast at the opponent. Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Trunks.

Chou Energy Blast - A Desperation Move that's stronger than the original. 
This time, the user gathers more energy than before and throws the giant 
ball of Ki at the opponent. Requires 100% Of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Dr. Gero and No. 18.

Chou Final Flash - A Desperation Move that's much stronger than the 
original Final Flash. The user gathers even more energy and attacks with 
an even stronger blast. Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Vegeta.

Chou Kamehameha - A Desperation Move that's stronger than the original. 
The user gathers more energy and throws it at the opponent. Requires 100% 
of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Cell, Gohan and Gokou.

Chou Makankou Sappo - A Desperation Move that's stronger than the 
original, the user gathers more Ki than before and attacks with a much 
stronger spiral beam. Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Piccolo.

Chou Shougekiha - A Desperation Move that's more powerful than the 
original. The user gathers more energy than before and fires the attack at 
the opponent. Requirest 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can use It?: Buu.

Daichiretsuzan - A Desperation Move where the user sends a giant wave of 
Ki from their fingertips at amazing speed at the opponent. Requires 50% of 
Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Freeza.

Death Ball - A Desperation Move where the user throws a giant Ki Ball at 
the opponent and if the opponent doges, the attack hits the planet. Due to 
this, if the opponent does not defeat you within 45 seconds, you win.
Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use I?: Freeza.

Dimensional Portal Cannon - A Desperation Move where the user fires a 
gigantic Ki Blast from their mouth. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Buu and Gotenks.

Dodge/Rush - A basic function which lets the user move away quickly or get 
close to the opponent semi fast, if they don't wish to spend 10% of Ki to 
use the Bukuujutsu/Hikou Rush.
Who Can Use It?: Everyone.

Energy Blast - A Desperation Move where the user launches a giant ball of 
Ki at the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Dr. Gero and No. 18.

Eye Beams - A Desperation Move where the user fires Ki from their eyes 
over a small area around them. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can use It?: Dr. Gero.

Final Flash - A Desperation Move where the user cups his hands and 
releases a giant Ki Blast at the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each 
use.
Who Can Use It?: Vegeta.

Flaming Headbutt - A Desperation Move where the user engulfs themselves in 
Ki and then charges head on at the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each 
use.
Who Can Use It?: Freeza.

Galactica Donut - A Desperation Move where the user throws a ring of Ki at 
the opponent that traps them in place and allows the user to attack them 
for a short amount of time. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Gotenks.

Galactica Donut + Gekitotsu Ultra Buu Buu Volleyball - An attack where the 
user traps the opponent in the Galacitca Donut and then is able to knock 
them around for a few moments.
Who Can Use It?: Gotenks.

Genki Dama - A Desperation Move where the user gathers Ki from all over 
the planet and focuses it into a giant Ki Ball and then throws it at the 
opponent. Requires 50% (Kuririn.)/100% (Gokou.) of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Gokou and Kuririn.

Genocide Attack - A Desperation Move where the user launches a whole bunch 
of Ki Blasts into the air than come raining down seconds later, homing in 
on the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Buu.

Gohan's Energy Dan - A Desperation Move where the user calls in Gohan to 
attack with a large Ki Blast. Requires 50% of Ki per use.
Who Can Use It?: Kuririn.

Grapple - A basic attack where the user launches an assault of punches and 
kicks on the opponent.
Who Can Use It?: Everyone.

Gyarikkuho - A Desperation Move where the user cups their hands to the 
side and releases a Ki Blast from above down onto the opponent. Requires 
50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Vegeta.

Head Shot - An attack where the user slams the opponent in the head with a 
punch, stunning them.
Who Can Use It?: Gohan.

Henka Beam - An attack where the user turns the opponent into a cookie, 
making them unable to do any action except move around for a short while.
Who Can Use It?: Buu.

Hikou Rush - A basic move where the user propels themselves towards the 
opponent for a surprise attack and/or to instantly get close to attack. 
Requires 10% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Dr. Gero and No. 18.

Hokakukondan - An attack where the user surrounds the opponent in a ball 
of Ki and then launches them at the ground.
Who Can Use It?: Freeza.

Jace's Crusher Ball - A Desperation Move where the user calls in Jace to 
have him use his Crusher Ball on the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each 
use.
Who Can Use It?: Ginyuu.

Kaiou-ken - An ability where the user amplifies the Ki in their body, 
increasing their over all power, but taking a staggering decrease in 
Health constantly. Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Gokou.

Kakusandan - A Desperation Move where the user fires off a Ki Blast, that 
comes back down in multiple shots that home in on the opponent. Requires 
50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Kuririn.

Kamehameha - A Desperation Move where the user cups their hands to the 
side, gathers energy and then release the attack at the opponent. Requires 
50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Cell, Gohan and Gokou.

Ki Blast - A strong, medium sized ball of Ki that has a few levels of 
power and that is launched at the opponent. The longer charged, the 
stronger the attack, but there's a limit to how much damage it can do. The 
amount of Ki used varies on the user.
Who Can Use It?: Everyone.

Ki Shield (Block.) - A defensive move where the user puts up a Ki Shield 
to defend themselves from Ki Attacks.
Who Can Use It?: Everyone.

Knee Kick - An attack where the user graps the opponent and then knees 
them in the stomach, which launches them away.
Who Can Use It?: No. 18.

Knock Away - A fierce attack which when successful, launches the opponent 
away from you.
Who Can Use It?: Everyone.

Makankou Sappo - A Desperation Move where the user builds up energy in two 
finger tips and then releases a devestating spiral beam that can pierce 
anything. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Piccolo.

Masenko - A Desperation Move where the user launches a large Ki Blast at 
the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Trunks.

No. 16's Hell's Flash - A Desperation Move where the user calls upon No. 
16 to have him do his Hell's Flash on the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per 
each use.
Who Can Use It?: No. 18.

No. 17 & No. 18's Barrier - A Desperation Move where the user calls upon 
No. 17 to help put up a Barrier to hurt the opponent if they are near them 
or if they decide to get near them. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: No. 18.

Pile Driver - An attack where the user grabs the opponent and then pile 
drives him into the ground.
Who Can Use it?: Ginyuu.

Potential - An ability where the user releases their hidden powers, 
increasing their power for a 20 second period. Requires 100% of Ki per 
each use.
Who Can Use It?: Kuririn.

Power Absorbtion - An attack where the user grab the opponent and then 
fills up 50% of their Ki and slightly hurts the opponent.
Who Can Use It?: Dr. Gero.

Power Absorbtion - An ability that allows the user to absorb Ki thrown at 
them and then add it to their own total amount. (At higher Levels, it 
allows the user to slowly gain Ki from the air.)
Who Can Use It?: Dr. Gero.

Power Up - A basic ability where the user summons Ki to stock pile to 
attack with when necessary.
Who Can Use It: Everyone except Dr. Gero and No. 18.

Psychokinesis - A Desperation Move where the user levitates rocks off the 
ground and hurls them at the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Freeza.

Reacoom's Eraser Cannon - A Desperation Move where the user calls Reacoom 
in to have him fire his Eraser Cannon at the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki 
per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Ginyuu.

Renzoku Energy Dan - A basic Ki Attack where the user launches a massive 
assault of rapid fire Ki Blasts, either homing or non-homing, on the 
opponent. Amount of Ki used varies on the user.
Who Can Use It?: Everyone except Gotenks.

Renzoku Kienzan - A Desperation Move where the user creates multiple 
Kienzan and launches them at the opponent. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Kuririn.

Renzoku Senkou Dan - A Desperation Move where the user launches a ton of 
small Ki Balls that surround the opponent and then close in all at once 
for a devestating finale. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Piccolo.

Renzoku Shine Shine Missile - A basic Ki Attack where the user launches a 
massive assault of rapid fire Ki Blasts, either homing or non-homing. 
Amount of Ki used varies on the user. (Note: It's the same as Renzoku 
Energy Dan, but this is the name Gotenks calls it.)
Who Can Use It?: Gotenks.

Self Destruction - A Desperation Move where the user gathers all the Ki in 
their body and releases it in a massive explosion around the entire area 
around them. Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Buu and Vegeta.

Shougekiha - A Desperation Move where the user blows wind around them, 
which makes the area around them explode. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Buu.

Shunkan Idou - An ability where the user can teleport around the 
battlefield, going away/behind/near the opponent instantly. Requires 25% 
of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Gokou.

Shunken Idou Kamehameha - A Desperation Move where the user prepares a 
Kamehameha and before firing it, teleports using Shunken Idou in front of 
the opponent and blasts them Point blank. Requires 100% of Ki per each 
use.
Who Can Use It?: Gokou.

Slice 'N Dice - An attack where the user slashes constantly at the 
opponent numerous times with a Sword, then fires a Ki Blast at them.
Who Can Use It?: Trunks.

Stunner - An attack where the user punches the opponent, stunning them 
momentarily.
Who Can Use It?: Vegeta.

Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack x1 - A Desperation Move where the user creates 
a Ghost of themselves and has it launch itself at the opponent for damage. 
Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Gotenks.

Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack x4 - A Desperation Move that's much stronger 
than the original. The user gathers more energy this time and creates 
three more Ghosts to attack with. Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Gotenks.

Switch - A Desperation Move where the user switches Ki and even Levels 
with the opponent. Requires 100% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Ginyuu.

Taiyouken - An attack where the user uses Sunlight to blind the opponent, 
making them paralyzed for a few seconds.
Who Can Use It?: Kuririn.

Taunt - Not much of a move, but the user swipes their hair back and laughs 
at the opponent.
Who Can use It?: No. 18.

Tenshinhan's Kikoho - An attack where the user calls in Tenshinhan to have 
him attack with his Kikoho. Requires 50% of Ki per each use.
Who Can Use It?: Kuririn.

Throw - An attack where the user grabs the opponent by the legs and spins 
around and then releases them, throwing them towards whatever.
Who Can Use It?: Gokou.

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= VII. Secrets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ SECRE7 ] =
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During each person's Story Mode, if you can beat each fight without losing 
once, after the credits, you may enter a final Battle with them, but not 
all the characters have one. It's mainly the villains of the series, 
though.

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= VIII. Credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ CREDI8 ]=
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Well, here's where I give credit to the ones that helped make this guide 
possible. Here's the following people:

Banpresto/Arc System Works - For making possibly THE best DBZ fighting 
game ever to be made. I really enjoyed it and you guys did an amazing job 
on it. If you ever make another one, I hope it's even better than this.

Akira Toriyama - For creating Dragon Ball of course and also having this 
game made. If it weren't for him, this walkthrough wouldn't be here right 
now. So be thankful. 

Myself - For actually sitting down and doing this walkthrough. It was 
hell, but it was worth it. 

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= IX. My Words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [ MYWOR9 ] =
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Thanks for reading my walkthrough first of all. I sure hope it helped you. 
If you wish to submit something to this walkthrough, send it to 
ssj4kain@aol.com and label the subject as "Submit-Bukuu" and as nothing 
else please. It isn't too hard and I'm not asking for alot. If you have 
any questions regarding this game, also send them to me and label the 
subject as "Question-Bukuu" please. Again, not asking much here and it 
isn't hard to understand. Now for the legal stuff. 

This guide was created by Kain Stryder. It is not meant to be used on any 
other site besides GameFAQs and any other site I've deemed to have it 
hosted on. It's not to be edited in ANY way for other use. (Unless I give 
permission to do so.) I did not create, nor take in participation of 
creating Dragon Ball Z: Bukuu Tougeki. I am not affiliated with 
Banpresto/Arc System Works nor the team who made it. I also don't have the 
rights to it. I am a writer simply giving out information to other gamers 
of Dragon Ball Z: Bukuu Tougeki.

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