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I - Introduction
II - Game Story

III - Basics
A - The Game & The Menu
B - Controls
C - Ki Abilities
D - Items
E - Experience Chart
F - Quest List
IV - The Walkthrough 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
V - Enemies & Bosses
VI - Various

A - The Name Game
B - Revision History
C - Thanks
D - No Thanks

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Dragon-Ball-z: Legacy of Gokuu

By Vegita Guardian Of Destiny

I. Introduction

Welcome! I am Vegita, Guardian Of Destiny, and I see you want help for the Gameboy Advance game "Legacy of Gokuu". Hey, that's cool. I've been writin' guides for Dragon Ball games for quite a few years, so I feel I have a bit of a handle on this sort of thing.

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, inconsequential 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 infringement. Well, ok, maybe I'll just sue you, but if I got the chance I'd certainly go for the ripping of limbs from other limbs.

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 next to my desk, that is). Those are the property of their respective owners. This FAQ is wholly the property of ME, though, and If I find a website with this FAQ on it, and it has been changed in any way, does not give me proper credit, or is selling it without my knowledge and consent, then I WILL have my lawyers contact that site. Are we clear (this means YOU, Vertsk8!)? It's not just courtesy, folks, it's the LAW.

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 for my not reading it. I've given fair warning, so you cannot complain about it.

II. Game Story

Dragon Ball was a Manga (Japanese cartoon or comic) created by Akira Toriyama, an artist in Japan, in 1984. The manga, which dealt with an absurdly strong little boy named Gokuu (off of the Japanese stories of a monkey god of the same name), became wildly successful, and a cartoon version was put on the air in 1986. It ran all through the course of the show until the main character, Gokuu, finally grew to adulthood. This signified the end of Dragon Ball, but promised that something new would return next week in it's place. This new show: Dragon Ball Z.

Dragon Ball Z picked up right where Dragon Ball left off, with Gokuu as an adult. He has a child now, and his arch-nemesis, Piccolo, was as bad and mean as ever. This series introduced an entirely new set of characters, mostly from outer space, and revealed Gokuu's origins (he's from another planet too).

Dragon Ball was such a large success, before and during it's "Z" stage, so it was obvious enough that there would be video games made about it. There are RPGs, Fighting games, Strategy games, and even a few arcade games. However, Dragon Ball's reign of popularity eventually ended in Japan ni 1996, spanning 3 series (503 episodes all-told), 42 Manga volumes, several video games, tons of movies, and various other marketing ploys.

Enter the United States' amoration with the Japanese cartoon, the "Anime". There had been a number of anime brought over to the U.S., translated and dubbed with English vocals, to be viewed by the American Populace. However, none have every truly gained the critical foothold of becoming a popular TV series on their own. There have been shows that gained notoriety from their viewers, such as Speed Racer, a show who's "unique" blend of storytelling and overall style became a point of mockery. There were legitimate successes of certain imports, such as Akira and Princess Mononoke, but the holy grail of importing hadn't yet been breached - the discovery of the intensely popular show.

And then, Dragon Ball Z came to our shores.

Granted, Pokemon had its phase in the United States, and enjoyed a swell in popularity that rivaled that of our own TV shows. However, the market was too saturated with the Pokemon anime and Pokemon merchandising, thus killing the market too quickly. Dragon Ball Z started out with a modest following in the U.S., and has been steadily growing ever since. The surest proof of its success? At one point, Cartoon Network showed Dragon Ball twice every week day and occasionally on the Weekends as well, airing 10+ times a week. The fact that the majority of people weren't complaining about oversaturation - in fact, they wanted to see more of the show (thus the justification for having 3-hour block "DBZ Fests" on Weekends from time to time)! One could easily say that Dragon Ball's popularity is just as high as Pokemon's was. Now, with DBZ's success, comes a new wave of Video Games. Ladies and Gentlemen, this brings us to "Legacy of Gokuu", the first DBZ game in several years to be released.

Legacy of Gokuu starts off right where Dragon Ball Z did, with Gokuu arriving at his old Sensei's home for a reunion with some friends. However, the appearance of his brother, Raditz, spoils things as Raditz kidnaps Gokuu's son, Gohan. This sparks the long chain of events that the game travels, culminating in Gokuu's defeating of Furiza, one of the most powerful beings in the Universe and an all-around scourge. So let's get to that game now, shall we?

  Dragon-Ball-z: Legacy of Gokuu

Legacy of Gokuu


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