Burning Shoot

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The Burning Shoot (バーニング シュート, Bāningu Shūto) is a rush attack used by Pikkon. First, Pikkon shouts, "Don't run!" as he charges at the opponent and uppercuts them up into the air. Then, he powers fire around his body and charges up in the air at the opponent to kick them away. Finally, Pikkon charges after the opponent and back-hand slaps them down to the ground, inflicting a massive amount of damage.

Pikkon used this attack against Super Perfect Cell in Hell. After Son Goku easily defeated the Ginyu Force (minus Captain Ginyu), Super Perfect Cell stepped in to fight and attempted to attack Goku. However, Pikkon intervened and attacked Super Perfect Cell with the Burning Shoot rush, knocking him into the Blood Pond.

Burning Shoot is named in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series and is one of Pikkon's Blast 2 attacks. It also reappeared in Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World as Blazing Shoot.

It later appeared in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, with the name Burning Shoot back, as one of Pikkon's Super Attacks.