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    Usernamehere's Potara Effects Guide
    Hello and welcome to my Potara Effects guide for Dragonball Z: Budokai
    Tenkaichi 3. 
    I'll be providing information on the different Potara as well as my personal
    thoughts on their effects and some suggestions for using them.
    Table of contents:
    	1. Version History
    	2. Info on Potaras
            3. Potara List
    		-Ability Type
    		-Skill Type
    	4. Notes
    1. Version history
    1.0 - December 12, 2007
    -Newly created.
    1.1 - December 15, 2007
    -Corrected the information for the Satisfying Blow potara. Thanks Joe Lang!
    -Cleaned up some grammatical errors.
    1.2 - December 27, 2007
    -Corrected some more information for different potaras.
    -Corrected a couple of grammatical errors.
    1.3 - January 3, 2008
    -added some info to the Quick Charge potara.
    -fixed a few more errors.
    1.31 - January 9, 2008
    -fixed a few things
    1.4 - March 11, 2008
    -corrected the information for Emperor's Aura (finally). Thanks Shippo!
    2. Info on Potaras
    Potaras are items you equip on a characters to improve their capabilities.
    These effects can range from increasing their brute strength to giving them
    unique abilities.
    Each item takes a certain amount of ability spaces. The stronger items will
    naturally require more spaces. There are also items that provide strong
    increases or abilities at a low cost. However, they will generally come with
    a penalty of some kind.
    Still, there are many to choose so there's bound to be an item that's adapted
    to your fighting style.
    Note: I will not do the strategy-type Potaras. The game gives good enough
    descriptions. The way they work is that the AI will be SLIGHTLY altered. They
    won't obviously favor anything but they WILL fight a bit differently.
    3. Potara List
    I will display every Potara in the following format:
    -Item Name (and allegiance if applicable)
    (how many ability spaces they take)
    (general description and personal comment)
    with that said, here is the list.
    Ability Type
    Neutral Items
    -Attack Up
    the space cost is proportional to the stat boost.
    This increases your melee damage and that of your small Ki attacks. More
    damage is always good and while the higher levels take more space, you
    don't get any penalties.
    Here is testing damage with Early Goku's primary melee chain on
    Early Piccolo:
    base damage : 1890
    Level 1     : 2150
    Level 2     : 2390
    Level 3     : 2630
    -Defense Up
    the space cost is proportional to the stat boost.
    Obviously enough, you take less damage. However, high defense doesn't
    really help you all that much. Depending on your character, you would be
    better off getting more life bars instead. At least these Potaras don't
    have any actual penalties.
    Here is testing damage with Early Goku's primary melee chain on
    Early Piccolo:
    base defense : 1890
    Level 1      : 1820
    Level 2      : 1750
    Level 3      : 1640
    -Ki Power Up
    the space cost is proportional to the stat boost.
    This is very useful. On characters with slow charging, this will turn 
    the tide real quick-like. If you can fit these, You're definitely getting
    a big advantage without any penalties.
    The speed benefits were tested with SSJ3 Goku.
    base charging : 7 seconds
    Level 1       : 5 seconds
    Level 2       : 4 seconds
    Level 3       : 3 seconds
    Note: After testing with Early Goku, I stopped getting benefits after
    level 2. This means you are wasting spaces on characters with good natural
    -Super Up
    the space cost is proportional to the stat boost.
    Not quite as useful as better Ki charging but you still get noticeable
    benefits from stronger B2 attacks. Characters that already have a good
    charging speed can really benefit from this. You don't get any penalties
    with these, either.
    The damage bonuses were tested with Early Goku's Kaioken attack.
    base damage : 8000
    Level 1     : 9000
    Level 2     : 10000
    Level 3     : 11000
    -Attack +2 & Defense -1
    Costs 1 space
    Nice for what it costs. You'll get a good payoff if you're good at combos.
    The defense penalty is practically negligible if you're any good at timing
    your counters.
    -Defense +2 & Attack -1
    Costs 1 space
    Meh. Sure, you take less damage but, in my opinion, attacks in this game are
    already relatively weak compared to the previous game so you're not getting
    much of a benefit.
    -Ki Power +2 & Super -1
    Costs 1 space
    You get a small drop in B2 power but you can throw out more of them. It's
    a nice trade-off if you use a chargeable B2 because they have high natural
    power but a fixed-damage B2 with weak damage may suffer a bit.
    -Super +2 & Ki Power -1
    Costs 1 space
    Good if your character already has a good charging speed. End Piccolo
    could benefit form this because he already charges fast and his Special
    Beam Cannon deals great damage on its own. Dr.Gero and Android 19 could
    also take advantage of this since they get most of their Ki from grabbing.
    Good Only
    -Attack +3 & Super -1
    Costs 2 spaces
    If you like melee combat, you'll like this one. You lose a bit of B2 power
    but you max out your melee damage while saving one space for another item.
    That extra space could be used to either compensate the loss of B2 power or
    to make your melee even more dangerous.
    -Defense +3 & Attack -2
    Costs 1 space
    I think the penalty almost cancels out the advantage. Sure, you take less
    damage but your melee damage takes a drop. You should only use this if you
    plan on fighting with B2 attacks a lot. The low cost will guarantee a good
    selection for B2 usage.
    -Ki Power +3 & Defense -1
    Costs 2 spaces
    Pretty good. You get a lot of extra charging speed with a small defense 
    drop as your only penalty. If you don't care for the penalty, get this over
    Ki Power +3. The free space can only help.
    -Super +3 & Ki Power -2
    Costs 1 space
    The damage increase is nice but the drop in Ki charging speed is nothing to
    ignore. If you're good at managing your Ki however, give it a try. It's still
    a major increase in B2 damage for only 1 space.
    Evil Only
    -Attack +3 & Defense -2
    Costs 1 space
    Whoa, you get a big increase  in melee damage but you take more damage too?!
    Who thought that one up? I only see this working on natural brickwall 
    fighters. At least they don't get stunned from melee hits and they tend to
    have high natural health.
    -Defense +3 & Ki Power -1
    Costs 2 spaces
    I suppose if you want to focus more on melee, you could try this so you have
    extra Potara space for a good melee item but besides that, you're not getting
    much of an advantage. Though you could take this over just Defense +3 if
    KI management is your forte.
    -Ki Power +3 & Super -2
    Costs 1 space
    Basically, you're getting penalized for the only reason you would ever
    increase your Ki charging speed. Unless you like to use the Dragon Dash a
    lot, I don't see how you could benefit from this. I guess Cell's first form
    could use it since he has the powerful Special Beam Cannon and atrocious
    Ki charging.
    -Super +3 & Attack -1
    Costs 2 spaces
    Great if you don't care much for melee combat. Users of evil characters
    might prefer this over Super +3 for extra space. You're getting great B2
    attacks with a potentially negligible penalty depending on your combat
    Skill Type
    Costs 1 space
    Useful on characters without natural flight, obviously. It fixes their
    weird floating when you try to rise or drop in the air and it helps them
    fight on maps like Kami's lookout or Ruined Earth. Personally, I think they
    should've thought of this back in the prequel.
    -Unleash Latent Power 1-3
    Costs 2, 3 and 4 spaces respectively
    Your base Ki goes up by one bar per level. The penalty says your Ki charging
    speed drops. This may sound bad but keep in mind that your base Ki will
    recharge on its own. You basically become an android that can charge KI.
    Potentially useful, especially if your character has a high enough base KI
    so you don't need to use the highest level.
    -Ki Control
    Costs 2 spaces
    If you like to fly around a lot, this could be useful. You're basically
    getting double Ki available for Dragon Dashing all over the place. Just
    make sure the defense penalty doesn't bite you in the ass.
    -Dragon Dash Mastery
    Costs 4 spaces
    On one hand, you can Dragon Dash to your heart's content. On the other hand,
    you become worse in clashes. Considering there's a small defense penalty,
    this could put you in difficult situations. Unless your fighting style
    focuses on defensive fighting, ignore this. Not really suited for offense.
    -High spot, Essence of Sight
    Costs 1 and 2 spaces respectively
    This makes it easier to manually teleport during melee attacks. There's a
    damage penalty with regular combo hits to compensate the increased ease of
    getting behind the opponent. If manually teleporting are part of your,
    tactics, this item may be worth considering. Just make sure you have the
    damage penalty in check.
    Essence of Sight is an improved version of High Spot. For an extra space,
    you can spam the manual teleport to your heart's content. Just make sure to
    vary your timing because if the opponent picks up on it, he'll counter your
    teleports and YOU'LL get back attacked.
    -Warrior Lineage
    Costs 2 spaces
    This reduces the Ki consumption for the teleport during a melee rush or when
    you activate the automatic melee counter (/\+O or O during a melee combo).
    The bonus for the teleports is nice but the other one isn't really that
    useful because no one is stupid enough to hit you after you're in the counter
    stance for 5 seconds...
    -Halo/Demon Seal (one is good-only, the other is evil-only)
    Costs 4 spaces
    If you like to spam B2 attacks, this makes it much easier. However, you get a
    noticeable penalty to your health. You lose an entire life bar. It's not a
    bad item for characters with high natural life but even the average character
    will find the loss of life a bit of a strain. You also get a small loss in 
    Attack. If you don't mind losing more Potara spaces, you can compensate with
    Master Roshi's training. You'll need to be creative with your one space
    -Satisfying Blow
    Costs 1 space
    This item makes your B2 attacks deal their normal damage even if the opponent
    increases his brute defense with items. For example, Defense +3 would be
    nullified if you equip this item. On the other hand, your Ki charging speed
    takes a dive. It might be good for optimal B2 damage but besides that, just
    use Super Up or something else that helps your B2 attacks.
    -Active Heart, Indomitable Fighting spirit (good-only)
    Costs 1 and 2 spaces respectively
    This makes your Ki recover faster when you do melee combos. The next one will
    recover even more. However, keep in mind that you'll only notice a difference
    if you get your groove going. Short combos won't make a difference in your KI
    recovery in the long run.
    -Mind Breaker, Gigantic Power (evil-only)
    Costs 1 and 2 spaces respectively
    If you're good at guard breaking, use this. You'll take off a bigger chunk of
    KI from the opponent. Gigantic Power will take off even more. I recommend you
    use Gigatic Power because you're much more likely to knock them into forced
    KI recovery mode where they can't do anything at all.
    -Rising Fighting Spirit
    Costs 1 space
    This gives you your full Ki capacity right off the bat. With this, you can
    use any B2 right off the bat. Great to get an early advantage. Not much else
    you can do with that much Ki early on.
    -Secret Measures
    Costs 3 spaces
    your B1 capacity is maxed out from the start so you can either transform or
    use B1 abilities form the beginning. However, your B1 gauge will take longer
    to fill up so don't spend it all in one place. Good for characters like
    Mid Goku so you can build up the mother of all Spirit Bombs very quickly.
    -Prood of Friendship
    Costs 1 space
    With this, you can tag out at any time from the start. The only use I see
    from this is to pair it up with Savior so your partner starts in Max Power.
    Besides this, there's no real tactical value I can notice. Make sure that
    it's the partner you're tagging to that has Savior or else you won't be in
    Max Power when they come in.
    -Dende's Healing Ability, Eternal Life
    Costs 2 and 4 spaces respectively
    This item gradually recovers life during the battle. However, even
    Eternal Life doesn't recover very fast. Couple this with defense enhancing
    items so your at least GET the chance to recover something.
    -Tension Up, High Tension
    Costs 2 and 3 spaces respectively
    These are different versions of the earlier "Unleash Latent Power" items.
    They don't penalize your Ki charging speed but they recharge slower. It
    depends on your preferences. Do you prefer faster active of passive KI
    -Water Blessing (evil only)
    Costs 1 space
    If you go for a swim, your health and Ki will slowly recover on their own. 
    While the game doesn't give any penalties for the item itself, remember the
    penalties of actually BEING underwater. That is, slower Ki charging and
    slower movement. Some maps obviously don't have water but when there is,
    it's a good idea to try this since it costs so little.
    -Spiritual Control
    Costs 3 spaces
    This is pretty nice for characters like Mid Goku so you can power up the
    Spirit Bomb that much faster. Or for characters who have useful B1 abilities
    so you can use them even more. It's a bit pricey at 3 spaces however. Still,
    there are no penalties to it.
    -Lover of Justice, Evil Ambitions (one is good-only, the other is evil-only)
    Costs 2 spaces
    This is a cheaper version of the above item. Except you lose a bit of
    charging speed. Also, Devilman's UB will do different damage depending on
    your character's allegiance. Still, it's not a bad item to try for the cost.
    -Dragon Heart, Dragon Beat
    Costs 2 and 3 spaces respectively
    If you can dodge a B2 or UB by timing the O button, you'll get a B1 stock for
    free. However, your B1 gauge will fill up a bit slower. Dragon Beat, for one
    more space, doesn't have this weakness. A useful item if you're good at
    dodging attacks.
    -Dragon Spirit, Confidence (evil-only)
    Costs 2 spaces and 1 space respectively
    These items will make your B1 gauge recover a bit faster. Not all THAT useful
    but it's there. If you're not good at deflecting little Ki blasts, this can
    help compensate for the B1 gauge lead the opponent might have. Confidence
    takes one less space to equip but it'll take longer before you can tag.
    Not recommended in team battles.
    -Battle Control
    Costs 1 space
    In team battles, this is useful. You can tag faster so if you have a big guy
    you'd like to bring in, this is the item you need. Potentially useful if you
    also equip Savior.
    -Kibito's Secret Art
    Costs 2 spaces
    Whoever you equip this on will recover EVERYTHING while on stand-by. This is
    obviously a team item so don't use it on duels. The B1 gauge recovery can be
    especially useful.
    -Persistent Threat (good-only), Miracle Master
    Costs 1 and 2 spaces respectively
    A life-saver in case you're knocked down and a B2 is hurling towards you.
    You will automatically dodge it as if you had Afterimage activated.
    The good-only item takes less space but your B1 gauge will fill up slower.
    Miracle Master takes more space but it has no penalty AND everyone can
    use it.
    -Exquisite Skill
    Costs 1 space
    This makes abilities like Piccolo's Kaikosen last much longer. This is
    especially useful on characters who have a chargeable move. Fat Buu for
    example will benefit from this since it gives you a chance to unleash a
    Kamehameha at full power. Also, as a nice bonus, you GAIN resistance against
    paralysing B1 abilities! Pretty nice for B1 users and appropriate characters.
    -Quick Return (good-only)
    Costs 1 space
    A handy item for the good guys. This makes it easier to recover from being
    stunned by a guard break. Your Ki will regenerate noticeably faster which
    will help reduce oppotunity damage. If you can't afford Guard Master, this is
    a good alternative.
    -Unleash KI, Power of Rage, Dragon Power
    Costs 1, 2 and 3 spaces respectively
    These will ease the burden when engaging in B2 struggles of melee clashes out
    of Dragon Dashes or melee B2 attacks. Dragon Power especially will make you
    a beast in such situations. It's a bit pricey at 3 spaces but you can almost
    defend by attacking when you use those. Couple with B2 damage boosting items
    so your opponents (the human ones at least) will fear even RISKING engaging
    in clashes of any kind.
    -Latent Energy!
    Costs 1 space
    Raises your defense by +1 everytime you lose a life bar. It's not really that
    useful because the damage isn't reduced by anything worthwhile. Still, it may
    be useful on characters with a lot of health to spare.
    -Fighting Spirit!
    Costs 1 space
    This increases your Ki charging rate by +1 for every life bar you lose. This
    can help you turn the tide with B2 spamming if you're getting beaten and it
    only takes one space.
    Costs 1 space
    Your B2 and UB attacks will increase by +1 everytime you lose a life bar.
    If you want a painful counter-attack, this is the item you need. You can
    easily add a few thousands of damage to your B2s after receiving an
    Costs 1 space
    Your melee attacks rise by +1 for every life bar you lose. It's good if
    you're a melee nut but even after losing a lot of life, your melee won't deal
    that much damage.
    -Hatred of Saiyans (evil-only)
    Costs 1 space
    Ugh...it doesn't cost much to equip but the Ki regeneration this grant is so
    minor you might as well not even bother. The only redeeming feature is that
    you can stack it on top of High Tension or something similar.
    -Blast Attack 1-3
    Costs 1, 2 and 3 spaces respectively
    The first one slightly increases the speed of your little Ki blasts. The
    second one increases their damage. This is more useful if you ask me...The
    third one however, increases their speed some more, increases their damage
    AND makes them cheaper to use. Use the third one if possible. Stick with the
    second one if you can't. Best used on characters like Vegeta who fire a lot
    of blasts before needing recovery.
    -Guard Master
    Costs 2 spaces
    You are immune to guard crushes. You'll still take some damage, mind you, but
    you don't even NEED to bother with aiming your guard anymore. However, it
    won't prevent guard breaks from B2 rushes slamming into you so be careful.
    Assist this item with Quick Return if you want to protect yourself against an
    unforeseen forced recovery.
    Costs 1 space
    If you're facing a character who uses energy volley B2 attacks and you're
    good at timing your teleports, this will make it a little easier. If you
    avoid the first blast, you avoid the whole volley.
    -Warrior's Will/Evil Pride (one is good-only, the other is evil-only)
    Costs 1 space
    when you block, you will take even less damage than you already do. However,
    blocking in this game already absorbs a crapload of damage compared to the
    prequel so the usefulness of this item is questionable. Use it if your
    opponent likes to use UB attacks a lot since this will reduce the damage that
    gets through a bit further.
    -Perfect Guard
    Costs 2 spaces
    Absolutely no attack will hurt you as long as your guard button is held down.
    However, this doesn't prevent guard breaks so be careful on that front.
    Couple it with Guard Master so that you become even more of a defensive tank.
    -Sparking Plus
    Costs 3 spaces
    Your Max Power mode lasts longer. This is pretty good if you would rather use
    the Max Power-exclusive combos and extra chasing and vanishing smashes
    instead of using your UB right away.
    -Style of the Strong/Emperor's Aura (one is good-only, the other is 
    Costs 4 spaces
    The good guys' version is sort of a combo between Sparking Plus and Super +2.
    That's right, You get the efficiency of a 5 spaces item with a 20% rebate.
    Just keep in mind that the Bonus damage only applies to your UB attack.
    The evil version is a bit weird. It basically enhances your ability to stun
    brickwalls when you're in Max Power. This way, even brickwalls that get
    "reinforced" during Max Power can be stunned if you use this item. The best
    way to benefit would be to either use it on characters who can already stun
    brickwalls or to combo the item with Draconic Aura.
    -Miracle Sparking
    Costs 3 spaces
    With this, you'll automatically get the Aftermiage B1 effect while you're in
    Max Power. However, your B2 and UB attacks will weaken somewhat and Max Power
    doesn't last as long. At least you're that much harder to touch during your
    Max Power so be as agressive as you can.
    Costs 1 space
    Give this to the person you're switching with so they start in Max Power.
    From there, do whatever it is you do in Max Power. It's a nice item for the
    -Light Body
    Costs 1 space
    The opponent's small Ki blasts can't stun you as easily. For those alone, you
    become a brickwall. For one space, this is pretty useful because opponents
    can't interrupt your melee attacks with little Ki blasts. You can even keep
    charging without getting stunned so you can reach Max Power more easily.
    It's a good item for 1 space.
    -Power Body
    Costs 4 spaces
    Basically, you become a brickwall except for little Ki blasts. Personally, I
    think this item is kinda crap. Opponents will simply try to stay away from
    you and spam ranged attacks. You won't be fighting, you'll be chasing. Also,
    there's a small penalty to your defense so attacks will hurt a bit more. I
    just don't think this is worth taking considering the space cost...
    -Ultimate Body
    Costs 5 spaces
    You straight-out become a brickwall. Small Ki blasts and melee attacks won't
    stun you as easily. You take a little more damage but you'll be able to
    strike back more easily. Much better than Power Body. Use this if you can.
    -Draconic Aura
    Costs 3 spaces
    This makes you able to stun brickwalls. It will be as if you were fighting a
    normal character. I prefer this over the previous items because while they
    make you a brickwall, they don't let you stun them. This item does so it
    forces both of you on equal footing. Also, it costs 3 spaces which is much
    better than the others.
    -Master Strike
    Costs 1 space
    This will give a smallish increase to all your melee attacks. However, you
    lose a chunk of damage with your B2 and UB attacks. It also weakens your
    throws too so only use this if you're great at doing combos.
    -Master Blast
    Costs 1 space
    This is like Blast Attack 3 except it only costs 1 space and your melee
    attacks become weaker. If you prefer using Ki attacks over melee combat, give
    this a try. The penalty isn't THAT bad but it might be annoying if you're
    forced into melee combat so use caution.
    -Master Throw
    Costs 1 space
    Your throws will do double damage. Sounds nice, doesn't it? The thing is,
    your small Ki blasts do less damage, take more energy AND you can't shoot as
    many. Still, it's a nice item to use on physically strong characters who
    already do good damage with their throw. Such as the brickwalls. Also, your
    small Ki blasts still hold tactical value to stun the opponent and create an
    -Charged Attack
    Costs 1 space
    Your combos do a little less but you'll be doing more damage by smacking them
    across the level. This is purely a preference issue. Take it if you like
    smash attacks.
    -Quick Fast Attack
    Costs 1 space
    The opposite of the previous item. Your combos will do more damage at the
    cost of smacking them as hard. Take it if you like combos.
    -Dragon Break, Dragon Crush
    Costs 2 and 4 spaces respectively
    These will let you chase the opponent either one or two more times after you
    smash them. However, keep in mind that chasing them uses Ki so don't dry
    yourself up too quick.
    -Vanishing Break, Vanishing Rush
    Costs 2 and 4 spaces respectively
    These give you either one or two more vanishing attacks. I prefer this over
    the previous items because vanishing attacks don't use KI. Take these if you
    like to smack them around repeatedly.
    -Combo Master
    Costs 1 space
    This makes your combos stronger. There are no penalties either. However, you
    must really be a combo master to get full benefits from this because the
    increase only really happens after a lot of hits. I do mean a lot of hits.
    -Quick Charge
    Costs 1 space
    This is a must-have for characters with chargeable B2 attacks. Your charging
    time is cut in half so setting up your attack becomes that much easier.
    However, it also becomes easier to overcharge so just keep an eye out for
    that chime. Overcharging means you won't do optimal damage.
    -Super Senses
    Costs 1 space
    Your lock-on will return faster if you somehow lose it. However, you 
    shouldn't need this because your opponent will usually be chasing you down
    after you lose your lock so you'll regain it on close proximity even from
    back attacks. It's kind of pointless.
    -Broly's Ring
    Costs 1 space
    This prevents your character from transforming. You're probably wondering
    what the heck anyone would do with this. You can use it to restrict only one
    character instead of the whole team. It's an alternative to turning off
    transformations, basically.
    -Namek Power, Earth Power, Universal Power
    Costs 1, 3 and 2 spaces respectively
    Your abilities will all increase if you're on the correct map. Namek and
    Earth and obvious enough. Universal is most likely the rest of the maps in
    the roster.
    -Aura Charge (color)
    Costs 1 space
    This changes the color of your passive aura. If you charge, it'll be the
    character's natural color. As a bonus, you start the battle with an extra bar
    of KI. Besides that, it's purely for fun.
    -Master Roshi's/King Kai's Training
    Costs 2 and 4 spaces respectively.
    One gives you an extra bar of life and the other gives you two. I prefer this
    over defense increases. However, characters with high natural health could
    benefit more from defense but it's generally hard to go wrong with more
    -#18's Kiss
    Costs 7 spaces
    This insanely pricey item lets you chase the opponent AND vanish attack them
    two more times EACH after you smash them. Of course, only take this if you
    actually LIKE to do those attacks. You better like them a lot because that's
    all you'll get.
    -#17's Scarf (PS2 Disc Fusion unique)
    Costs 7 spaces
    This is Ultimate Body and Draconic Aura packed into one package. You also get
    a minor defense loss. Only use this if you like close combat because that's
    all this item is good for. At least you'll be able to fight any character on
    even grounds.
    -Medicinal Machine (PS2 Disc Fusion unique)
    Costs 7 spaces
    This is Eternal Life, High Tension and a restricted Kibito's Secret Art all
    rolled into one package. While fighting, your character will recover life and
    Ki. When you tag him/her/it out, those recovery effects will remain.
    Personally, I would rather not recover anything during the fight but get back
    my B1 gauge during stand-by.
    -Launch's Support (Aquired at 100% potara completion except disc fusion ones)
    costs 2 spaces
    This item's only unique effect is that just unlocking it lets you earn more
    Z points than usual. In-game, this will increase your KI charging speed.
    That's pretty much it.
    4. Notes
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