Guided Scatter Shot
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First, Piccolo charges up and fires several energy spheres randomly in his opponent's direction, disregarding accuracy and with no intent on actually hitting his enemy. Next, the multiple energy spheres are suspended in the air and completely surround his opponent using efficient Ki control. Finally, Piccolo commands the energy spheres, which change from a yellow to reddish color, to rapidly spin around his opponent and inevitably rain down on them with a vicious onslaught from every direction, filling the sky with a blinding light and inflicting a massive amount of damage.
Dragon Ball Z
Imperfect Cell Saga
Piccolo used this attack in his battle against Artificial Human No. 17. After No. 17 managed to dodge his Masenko and other energy attacks, Piccolo descended to the ground and fired his Scatter Shot up at No. 17. At first, No. 17 was clueless as to what Piccolo was doing, but was soon shocked to see Piccolo's blasts surrounding him. Piccolo then blasted No. 17 with the Guided Scatter Shot, creating a huge explosion. Piccolo believed he had defeated No. 17, but as the smoke cleared, the Artificial Human used a barrier to block Piccolo's attack, much to the Namekian's dismay.
Vegeta used the same attack in his fight against Super Boo (Goten, Trunks, Piccolo, and Gohan absorbed), though the Majin was able to deflect this attack using an Energy Shield, sending the attack flying and creating explosions on the wasteland. Although Vegeta fired his varation of the technique, like a Full Power Energy Blast Volley, instead of a Continuous Energy Bullet.
It is named Hellzone Grenade in the Budokai video game series and the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series and is Piccolo's Ultimate Blast. It later appeared in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast and is one of his Super Attacks due to his Ultimate Blast being changed to the Makousen.
- 魔 (ma) = demon
- 空 (kū) = sky
- 包 (hō) = envelope
- 囲 (i) = range
- 包囲 (hōi) = siege
- 弾 (dan) = bullet