Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiya-Jin
For the Super Famicom (Super Nintendo)
Produced by Bandai

Items FAQ 
Written By Vegita, Guardian Of Destiny (VegitaBOD@aol.com)
Version 3.1415

Sections: 

I    - Introduction
II   - Restoration Items
III  - Card-Changing Items
IV   - Character-Effect Items
V    - Miscellaneous Items (Sellable)
VI   - Miscellaneous Items (Unsellable)
VII  - Various
     A   - Frequently Asked Questions
     B   - Revision History
     C   - Thanks
     D   - NO Thanks


-----------------------Legend of the Super Saiya-Jin-----------------------
     -------------------------I: Introduction-------------------------
-----------------------Legend of the Super Saiya-Jin-----------------------

Welcome!  I am Vegita, Guardian Of Destiny, and I see you want help for the
Super Famicom game "Legend of the Super Saiya-Jin".   Well, you've come to the
right place, because this game was the first Dragon Ball game I ever owned,
beat, and wrote a FAQ for.   I have owned this game since 1993, and was the
basis for my very first website (let us never speak of that site again,
please).

First off, let's get one thing straight: Even though I am Vegita, I will try to
write from an un-biased point of view (although I still think I'm the best at
everything).   Second of all, if I catch anyone copying all or part of this
FAQ, ANY part of this FAQ (not counting little sentences like "First off,
let's get one thing straight), I will destroy you.   I will rip you limb from
limb like the excessively weak individual you are, and then I will sue you for
copyright infringment.   Third of all, I do not own the rights to this game,
the names of the characters in this game or FAQ, or have any ownership 
whatsoever of this game (except for the cartridge sitting in my room, that is).
Those are the property of their respective owners.

Please Note - if you write to me, asking a question (or questions) that ARE
answered in the FAQ, I will simply reply with "Your answer lies in the FAQ,"
and point you to where it is.

Hey folks, if you're going to write me about this game, I must insist that you
put, in the subject header of the e-mail, the name of game that you are writing
about.  I am tired of having people write me, asking about games that I've 
written for, but they never tell me WHAT game they need help with.  This will 
help me in identifying what game you are talking about, and will also help me 
weed your e-mails out from the Spam I constantly receive.  If you do not put
the name of the game in the Subject header, then I may not read your e-mail at
all; I get a lot of spam, and people like trying to send me viruses, so if you
don't do something that will actually help me in determining whether or not
your e-mail is legitimate, you can only blame yourself.  Also, do NOT send me
any e-mails.  I WILL NOT OPEN IT.

Great, now that we have that settled...let's get to those items, eh?  Each
section begins with a list of the items in that category, along with brief
descriptions of the effects and how much they cost (if any).  These are
followed by more detailed descriptions of the cards, what they look like,
what they do, and where you can get them (if necessary).  Got it?  Good.


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     ----------------------II: Restoration Items----------------------
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Name                       Effect                         Cost

Bulma           -          Gives 25 HP back.              3 Points
Kamesennin      -          Gives 50 HP back.              6 Points
Kami-Sama       -          Gives Full HP back.           10 Points
Puar (Pool)     -          Gives 10 Ki back.              4 Points
Mr. Popo        -          Gives Full Ki back.           10 Points
Senpyou         -          Gives Full HP and Ki back.    20 Points
ShenLong        -          Gives Full HP and Ki back     60 Points
                           to everyone.

Bulma:  Woman with purple-ish hair and a yellow shirt/jacket.  Bulma is/was the
   first woman ever seen in Dragon Ball, and the second person seen overall.
   This item will restore up to 25 lost hit points.  Very nice in the first
   couple of chapters of the game, but a tad outdated by the time you reach
   Namek.

Kamesennin:  Old, Bald man wearing sunglasses.  This item will restore up to 50
   lost hit points.  Better than a Bulma card, and slightly more useful.  You
   might actually want to keep these around when you hit Namek.

Kami-Sama:  Wrinkly Green man with antenna. This man is God himself (literally)
   and restores ALL your lost hit points.  They can be used to give Gohan,
   Gokuu, or Vegita a level-up (if their life it below 5).  They're fairly
   cheap, too, which makes them absolutely indespensable.  Always make sure you
   have at least 1 with you.

Puar/Pool:  Odd looking blue-ish cat with a bluish-white face and no nose.
   Puar/Pool (could be translated either way) restores 10 Ki points.  These are
   relatively common to win from battles, so you're bound to have some handy. 
   Sadly, you don't use your Ki attacks very often, so these aren't as useful
   as you might think.

Mr. Popo:  Stark-black man with no nose, red lips, and a turban.  Mr. Popo is
   God's right-hand man.  His item will completely restore your Ki points.
   Very nice indeed, especially for the Vegita fight (Gokuu using a Genki Dama
   costs quite a bit).

Senpyou:  A blue cat with a nose (his eyes are closed) and a staff.  Senpyou is
   the cat at the top of Karin Tower, and the holder of the Senzu seeds. That's
   what this item is, actually.  Senzu seeds are the magical food items that
   completely restore your hit points AND ki points.  VERY nice.

ShenLong:  A large Dragon.  Shen Long (Jackie Chan's name in Chinese) is the
   dragon called up when all 7 dragon balls are gathered.  Shen Long, in this
   game, completely restores ALL characters' hit points and Ki.  VERY 
   expensive, but also VERY nice to have for the Freeza fight.


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     --------------------III:  Card-Changing Items--------------------
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Name                       Effect                         Cost

Enma-Daiou      -          Changes one card's attack      15 Points
                           to Max (Z).
Uranai Baba     -          Changes one card's defense     15 Points
                           to Max (Z).
Son Gokuu       -          Changes one card to max        40 Points
                           attack and defense, and 
                           allows character to attack 
                           everything.
Piccolo         -          Changes one enemy's attack     20 Points
                           and defense to one.
Kame            -          Randomly changes cards'         6 Points
                           attack and defense ratings.
Chi Chi         -          Changes any card into a Ki     12 Points
                           attack.
Oolong          -          Changes all cards into new      4 Points
                           ones.

Enma-Daiou:  Large Pink-ish man with a horned hat and a beard.  Enma-Daiou, the
   gatekeeper of Heaven and Hell, is a VERY large man who maxes out one card's
   attack rating, making it a "Z" card.  This is a nice card, but it's not the
   greatest card out there.

Uranai Baba:  Old woman with a witch-like hat.  Baba is Kamesennin's slightly
   younger sister, and the item that bears her face makes one card's defensive
   rating a Z, or max.  This is better than the Enma-Daiou card, because while
   you can attack first and attack hard with Enma-Daiou, with this card, you
   might just survive long enough to attack again.

Son Gokuu:  Adult man with wild, black hair.  You should know who Gokuu is if
   you're playing the game, right?  This is an awesome item, because it makes
   the card you use it on have a max (Z) offensive rating, a max (Z) defensive
   rating, and allows the character that uses it attack every enemy in the
   group.  In other words, you have the highest defense, highest offense, and
   if there are 5 enemies you are fighting, instead of just hitting one of
   them, you'll attack all of them.  Very nice to have, but a tad costly.

Piccolo:  Green man with a turban.  The Devil himself (or, rather, his son).
   When Kami (God) became God, he had to exsponge all the evil from his body.
   All that evil became Piccolo Daimou.  Son Gokuu, as a child, defeated that
   incarnation, but before he died, Piccolo Daimou created 1 final offspring,
   which is this present Piccolo.  Piccolo and Kami's lives are intertwined; if
   one dies, the other dies as well (which is how Kami continued to live after
   Piccolo Daimou died - Piccolo Junior's existance continued the pairing).
   You should know what Piccolo looks like because he is one of the two
   characters you start with.  His item allows you to change one opponents
   attack and defense to 1 (the lowest possible), and changes the card style to
   a different one (if it was that person's style of attack, then it would
   change it so they would not be able to attack everyone).

Kame:  A brownish turtle with it's mouth agape.  Kame, Kamesennin's sometimes
   friend, changes ALL of your cards' offensive and defensive ratings.  This
   can be a blessing and a curse, but I usually prefer not to risk it.

Chi Chi:  A woman with long, black hair.  This card is VERY nice to have, since
   you pick which card you want to use it on (i.e., a VERY strong card can
   become a Ki card, if you choose).

Oolong:  Funny looking pig.  Ah, Oolong.  This item, along with Bulma and
   Puar/Pool, are THE most common items.  The Oolong card changes ALL your
   cards to a completely new set of cards.  That means new styles, new
   offensive, and new defensive cards.  These are surprisingly effective when
   you're fighting some of the later battles (and you have absolutely NO good
   cards).


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     -------------------IV:  Character Effect Items-------------------
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Name                       Effect                         Cost

Lunch           -          Allows attacker to attack      10 Points
                           all enemies with one attack.  
                           Note:  Sometimes, the card 
                           will fail, and Lunch will 
                           sneeze, turning back into her 
                           nicer, less violent self.
Kai-ou Sama     -          Raises the Power Rating of     20 Points
                           any character in a battle by 
                           25%.
Saichourou      -          Raises the Power Rating of     40 Points
                           any character in a battle by 
                           50%.

Lunch/Kushami:  A Yellow haired, severely P.O.ed-looking woman.  Kushami is a
   beautiful, innocent young girl with blue hair (not Bulma, though, because
   Bulma is FAR from innocent).  Unfortunately, whenever Kushami sneezes, she
   turns into the golden-haired woman, Lunch.  Lunch is BEYOND violent, and
   ALWAYS seems to have a weapon at hand.  Her(their?) item allows whatever
   character you use it on to attack every enemy in the group for 1 round.
   This is a VERY effective card, since it allows the character to use even
   Ki attacks on everything, with the cost of only 1 use.  Which means that
   TenShinHan is the ultimate warrior, since his 12 eyes technique cannot be
   dodged.

Kai-ou Sama:  A blue catfish-like man sporting sunglasses.  Kai-ou Sama is the
   ruler of the small planetoid at the end of Snake Road.  His item, whomever
   you use it on, raises their Battle Rating by 25%.  This is a VERY nice card
   to have, since before/during the Vegita & Nappa fight, they are fairly
   common to win from battles.  Unfortunately, you can only use one Power-Up
   card per person per battle, so decide carefully.  If you have 2 of these,
   you can use 1 on Gohan...but you won't be able to use the other on Gohan
   until you enter another battle.  You can use it on someone else, though.

Saichourou:  Gigantic, wrinkly green man.  You'll see a Kami item WAY before
   you ever see one of these (and besides, this man is easily 3 times the size
   of Kami), so there shouldn't be any confusion about which is which.
   Saichourou is the Namekian elder, and his card is easily one of the best in
   the game to have.  It raises your power rating by 1/2.  Wow.  That means
   that even if you've only got a power rating of 416, you power will jump to
   624, or 5000 to 7500 (and so on).  Geez, that's a lot.  As with the Kai-ou
   Sama card, you can only use this on one person per battle.


-----------------------Legend of the Super Saiya-Jin-----------------------
     ---------------------V: Misc. Sellable Items---------------------
-----------------------Legend of the Super Saiya-Jin-----------------------

Name                       Effect                          Cost

Scouter (Green) -          Allows you to see the Power     10 Points
                           Ratings of the enemies in 
                           three battles up to 23999.
                           Also allows you to see their
                           HP, Ki, and cards.
Scouter (Red)   -          Allows you to see the Power     20 Points
                           Ratings if the enemies in 
                           five battles up to 199999.
                           Also allows you to see their
                           HP, Ki, and cards.
Grandpa Gohan   -          Stuns an enemy.  Sometimes      20 Points
                           you get lucky and the enemy
                           is stunned for more than a 
                           round, sometimes they 
                           immediately come out of it.
Bubbles         -          Allows you to fly for a         10 Points
                           short period of time without
                           being attacked.
Yajirobee       -          Yajirobee attacks one enemy,    20 Points
                           either doing damage or 
                           stunning them.
Vegita          -          Good card to have if you are    20 Points.
                           weak and fighting a boss.
                           Calls Vegita in to fight with
                           you, but can't be controlled.
Buuku Juitsu    -          Flies you to the nearest        15 Points
                           Bulma House, Regeneration Pod,
                           or, if you are in a cave, the
                           way you entered.
Moon / Tail     -          During the fight against        80 Points
                           Vegita, when Gohan get's 
                           there, this will turn him into
                           a giant, raging Oorazu.  His
                           Power Rating goes up by 10.
Porunga         -          A large, green being with two  150 Points
                           ...um...holes in the side of 
                 its head that kinda look like ears.  It's a   
                 really big dragon-thingy, that grants you 3 
                 wishes when you use it in battle:  Full life 
                 to everyone in your group, a level up for 
                 all members of your group, and half life for 
                 the enemies you're fighting.

Green Scouter:  A Saiya-Jin piece of machinery.  They are all white, with a
   green screen that flips over the eye, which projects the readouts.  These
   are used to determine the power rating, Hit points, and Ki of the enemies
   you are fighting.  Unfortunately, they have their limits.  Once used, they
   only detect the next 3 fights before quitting, and if they try to register
   someone with a power rating over 23,999, then it'll explode.  This causes
   you to lose it.  Sorry...

Red Scouter:  Looks like a Green Scouter, but with a red readout screen.  This
   is just the same as the Green Scouter, except these also read the attack
   cards of your opponents, it will last for 5 fights, and it can't read over
   a 199,999 power rating without exploding.  Sorry...

Grandpa Gohan:  An old man with a white beard and a cap.  Not to be confused
   with Child Gohan or Kamesennin (another Gohan, another old man with a white
   beard).  This card stuns the enemy you use it on.  Sometimes, it remains
   effective for more than 1 round of fighting, while others snap right out of
   it and attack.  It's all random, but you're guaranteed at least one round of
   fighting with it (not counting characters that fight more than once per
   round, like Vegita).

Bubbles:  A brown monkey.  Bubbles, Kai-ou Sama's pet/friend, certainly is an
   odd character.  His item allows you to fly or walk for a period of time
   without being attacked.  Very nice during the Nappa/Vegita fight, since you
   have a certain amount of time to locate your friends before fighting Vegita,
   as well as its use towards locating Vegita and Gokuu in between their rounds
   of fighting.

Yajirobee:  A fat man with shaggy, long black hair.  Yajirobee's item only
   appears twice in the game (as far as I know), and isn't near as useful as it
   was in DBZ 1 for the Famicom.  His item summons Yajirobee, who attacks the
   target of your choice.  He's not that strong, either.  If you are fighting
   Vegita and he happens to go Oozaru during the fight, the Yajirobee item will
   cut off Vegita's tail, reverting him to his normal form.

Vegita:  Man with wild black hair and a LARGE widow's peak.  Vegita (my 
   favorite character, obviously) has a rather interesting item.  You earn it
   from him after you beat him on Earth.  His item allows you to call him into
   a battle, where he will fight alongside you.  He will stay for the entire
   round, but is uncontrollable.  At least he won't attack you...however, the
   card can only be used once, so make sure it's an important fight you use it
   on.  Also, the item automatically disappears once Vegita joins your party.

Buuku Juitsu:  A shot of someone (Gokuu?  Piccolo?  Vegita?) flying along with
   a large Ki field around them.  This card has 2 uses.  The first is rather
   pointless: where ever you are on the overworld map, it will take you to the
   nearest Healing place (Bulma's house, etc).  The Second, however, is more
   useful than the first: if you are in a cave, then this will allow you to
   transport out of the cave, returning you to the cave entrance.  It's good
   to have for the latter, but not the former.

Moon/Tail:  A shot of the moon/a Saiya-Jin's tail.  This card is given to you
   after you defeat Nappa.  Once you've used this card, Gohan turns into an
   Oozaru (or as some people like to call it, a "Giant Ape").  Once he has done
   this, his power is multiplied by 10, making him a match for Vegita.  The
   only problem with this card is, you get it after defeating Nappa, and if you
   didn't use it, you lose it after defeating Vegita!

Porunga:  A large, greenish-monster lookin' thing.  This item can only be used
   in battle, but grants you 3 wishes to be used at any time (you don't have to
   use them all at once):
   1)  It halves the life of all the enemies in the battle,
   2)  It restores the life of all the characters alive in the battle, and
   3)  It gives all the characters in the battle a level up (except 
       enemies).
   Ok, folks, here's how you get it: When Nail fights Freeza, hold out as long
   as you can.  If you can actually do 10 (or more) damage to Freeza, then when
   you summon Porunga, you'll get one of 2 choices: a Porunga card, or a 
   Moon/Tail card.  Either one is nice to have; on the one hand, you get that
   final level up for everyone easily, while on the other hand you have an
   awesome fighter in the way of Gohan for the final battle!


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     -------------------VI:  Misc. Unsellable Items-------------------
-----------------------Legend of the Super Saiya-Jin-----------------------

Name                       Effect

Dragon Radar       -       Used to locate the Dragon Balls on Earth 
                           and, later, Namek.  Once used, you can 
                           press the A button to zoom out a bit, then
                           again, then again.  Pressing it again will
                           take it back down to it's original scope.
Crying Gohan       -       Used in the fight against Raditz.  After
                           using this, at the end of the round, Gohan
                           flies out, and bashes Raditz in the chest.
Namekian Toad (1)  -       Feed this to Yajirobee, and he will give you
                           a Yajirobee Card.
Namekian Toad (2)  -       If Ginyuu tries to switch with someone, he's
                           a goner.
Dragon Balls       -       Collect these on Namek to call Porunga, the
                           Namekian Dragon, to grant your wishes.
???????            -       It's all messed up, and green.  When you use
                           it on someone, their life drops to 0.  

Dragon Radar:  Looks like a large watch, except instead of a watch face, it has
   a digital readout with a green grid and (hopefully!) green lights signifying
   Dragon Balls.  This is used to find the location of the Dragon Balls.  After
   you use it, by pressing the A button again, it will increase the readout
   radius.  You can do this two more times, but pressing it a fourth time will
   shrink it back to the original size.  You exit the readout by pressing the
   B button.

Gohan:  Small, crying child with a yellow and green shirt.  This item is
   required to beat the game.  You get it by travelling to Mr. Popo's house on
   the eastern side of the main continent.  Defeat the 4 Gold Cybermen, and you
   have the item.  The Gohan item is used against Raditz.  Simply use it during
   the battle, and at the end of the next round, Gohan will slam Raditz,
   stunning him.  At this point, Gokuu can now grab Raditz and hold him long
   enough for Piccolo to kill him.

Namekian Toad: Yes folks, not only does this item exist but it can be gotten
               TWICE in the game! Here's both of 'em! 
 
(1) Prior to the fight against Vegita and Nappa - Purchase a Lunch card,
     then visit Yajirobee. He'll tell you that Oolong is looking for some
     hentai pictures, so go visit Oolong and talk to him a couple of times.
     He'll take the Lunch card (that pervert!), and give you the Namekian
     Toad. Sadly, though, this item isn't used against Ginyuu at all. After
     gaining it, you are to take it to Yajirobee, who then (gulp) eats it.
     Awfully hungry, wasn't he? After eating it, you'll get a Yajirobee card,
     which I suggest you hold on to in case Vegita decides to turn into an 
     Oozaru... 
   
(2) In Saichourou's portion of Namek - Through your travels around the area,
    you'll find a house with a lone Namekian inside. This Namekian will give
    you some words of encouragement...however, if you happen to have both a Red
    and Green Scouter in your possession, this wily Namekian will trade you a
    genuine Namekian Toad in exchange for them. This particular Namekian Toad
    is used against Ginyuu - if, after Gokuu's defeat, he attempts a Body
    Switch, the Toad will intervene, causing Ginyuu to become a frog! Hazzah,
    that was an easy fight!

Dragon Balls:  One of seven yellow orbs, each with a different number of stars
   in the center (1-7).  The Dragon Balls are collected to summon Porunga on
   Namek.  The location of these can be found using the Dragon Radar.  And
   since Gohan has a Dragon Ball on his hat at the beginning of the game, that
   means you should easily be able to find him...

??????????:  Well, it looks like a green glitch.  As I stated above, here's
   what you you do to see what this is.  When you first touch down on Namek,
   fight until one of the enemies gives you a scouter.  Now, go fight Kewie,
   with the scouter on, so you get to see what his Power Rating is.  Then
   immediately use the Vegita card.  Vegita will come in, then it will give you
   the option to use some odd looking card.  It's all messed up, and green.
   And when you use it on someone, their life drops to 0.  What's the point of
   this item?  Man, what a weird item.  I REALLY don't know what to make of
   it...


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     --------------------------VII:  Various--------------------------
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If it don't fit nowhere else, it fits right here!  You betchie!

 =====================
_~A~  Revision History________________________________________________
 =====================

03-01-00:  Due to popular demand, I decided to make an items-only guide.
           It cuts down on the time needed to look up items and where to
           find 'em, so I guess it's helpful, eh?
07-04-02:  Happy Independence Day!  In honor of this holiday (which I have
           off from work), I decided to update and reformat this guide.
           2 years isn't THAT long to wait for an update, is it?


   ===========
___~B~  Thanks________________________________________________________
   ===========

~CJayC (CJayC@gamefaqs.com, www.gamefaqs.com) for putting this FAQ up.

~Al Amaloo (www.gamewinners.com) for being such a cool guy, and having a great
 site.

~Vertsk8pro@hotmail.com for giving me a heart attack with your childish "I
 stole your FAQ and sold it with my name on it" antics.  Because of that, I now
 do dozens of things to make sure people don't steal my work.  If they do, I
 know exactly what to look for to see if they took MY work or not.

~Clement Cheng, for the location of the first Namekian Toad.

~Curtis Hoffmann for further introducing me to the world of Dragon Ball.

~Dave Rutledge for thoroughly introducing me to ALL of the Dragon Ball games...
 I had no idea there were so many!  Plus, his Superpope techno is pretty good
 (check out the Metroid Remixes!).

~Everyone who informed me of the Porunga card and how to get it, as well as the
 location of the 2nd Namekian Toad.  You know who you are (too bad there are
 too many to list, or else I'd easily double the size of this guide!).

~Uh...I can't exactly thank God for the role he's taken in my life, because
 that would seem like I'm trying to force my religious opinions on someone else
 (which I'm not).  Therefore, I'd like to thank "Murray" for the role he's
 taken in my life (Murray, you know who you are).


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_____~C~  NO THANKS___________________________________________________
     ==============

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   Games Over                    http://www.gamesover.com/
   Mega Games                    http://www.megagames.com
   Square Haven                  http://www.square-haven.net
   Ultimate System               http://www.flatbedexpress.com
   VideoGaming.net               http://www.videogaming.net/
   Cheats.de                     http://www.cheats.de

(Taken from Jim "Red Phoenix" Chamberlin's FAQ Theft Guide, as well as added
onto.)

As I stated above, if you want to use one of my guides, I ask that you e-mail
me to gain my permission first.  I like to keep track of which sites use my
work, so I know where to send the updates, and it's a little difficult to keep
you updated if you don't e-mail me.

This FAQ Copyright Vegita, Guardian Of Destiny, July 2002